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Dec 4, 2018

You're in for a treat because my guest is extraordinary. I love her and love everything she talked about. When I think about a neuroscientist, I think about somebody who is a nerd and sits in a lab, whatever interesting imagery comes to mind. She's got the smarts and the fire. She is a wonderful, fun human being that is super wise and is going to teach you how to improve your brain and your memory. Mostly what she's focusing on is how you can stand out, how you can enter a conversation and have people remember you, how you can do a presentation and have people remember you and retain what you told them. This is the key to success because when you are top of mind, people want to work with you, people want to engage with you. How do you stay top of mind? How do you grab someone's attention?

In the past, I don't know why maybe it's my personality, I used to draw attention regardless of what I did. My friends in high school, they could sneak in late and nobody noticed but as soon as I do it until this day, everybody notices it. I'm an attention magnet somehow and in the past, I try to dim it. Sometimes I still do, but the more I talk to more interesting smart people, successful high achievers and all those freaking unbelievable experts that are here, the more I get that getting attention is not necessarily a bad thing. You want to channel it to do good in the world. You want to channel it to a place where it influences your success and the success of the people that are around you and that are working with you. We’re going to learn more about that. Do you want to learn how to be more magnetizing and how to influence people for good and be a force for good?

Carmen Simon is a cognitive neuroscientist, author and Founder of Memzy, a company that uses brain science to help corporation create memorable messages. Carmen consults with major corporations on human memory and on decision making processes and has developed a science-based method that helps people become memorable and drive a desired action. She's worked with AT&T, Google, Cisco, HP, McDonald's and so many more amazing brands. She's also a guest lecturer at Stanford University and speaks frequently on the importance of using brain science to craft communication. She is fantabulous. Also, I would love to hear from you if you are enjoying this. If you feel like it is valuable, then go ahead and give me a five-star review and tell me why you liked it. If you don't like it, don't tell anyone. Just kidding. Being a podcaster, it’s sometimes lonely on the other side. I want to hear and be engaged with you. If this knowledge that I bring to you contribute to your life, inspires you and something that you love and fills your heart with joy, then I would be so grateful to hear from you and connect with you.

Nov 27, 2018

Human as we are, we are born to live with a number of emotions. But at the end of the day, it is up to us to choose which ones should stick. Someone who chooses happiness and joy is Molly Mahar, coach, entrepreneur, and founder of Stratejoy. She talks about how you can start claiming your joy and your truth, allowing that to manifest greatly into all aspects of your life. Embracing the power of sisterhood, she encourages women to come together and take ownership with their emotions—finding that confidence and learning how to live with the variety of feelings we have in our daily lives. She also speaks about what women struggle with the most, how to build trust, and how to learn the skill of focusing yourself on what’s good.

Nov 20, 2018
In a world where you are doused with more and more information and everybody's got opinions and they tell you what to do, it’s time for you to listen to your inner voice, your inner intuition, and your inner guide that will lead you to the path. It's good to get advice from smart people, but at the end of the day, you want to be true to yourself. Sometimes the voice of intuition is not very loud and it's easier to believe or follow others. You have to train yourself daily to listen to this voice several times a day. YouTuber and speaker Candace van Dell talks about intuition and how you can train yourself to listen to your intuition. Candace is certified in spiritual psychology, reiki, yoga, holistic nutrition, health and wellness.  She provides a deeper and holistic understanding and spiritual perspective on everyday issues and empowers you to follow your inner guidance which she calls the “wise guide inside.”
Nov 13, 2018

What are you afraid of? It's okay to have fears because we all have them. Everyone does. There are the common fears like fear of rejection and fear of failure, and there are so many other fears that people are afraid to admit in public or in person. You could be so consumed with your fears that you close the doors of possibility. Entrepreneur, award-winning pianist, and bestselling author Ravé Mehta will teach you how to open those doors and hack your fear and flow state. He discusses the three pillars of fears and how to powerfully go back to the present and eliminate that possibility of future failure or the fear of failure. He also touches on how you can go back into being present and shares some techniques that will help you when you are dealing with fear. 

Nov 6, 2018

We are living in a very special time where every day there are amazing new technologies that can improve life like cryotherapy chambers, light therapies, and neurofeedback. We're going to talk about neurofeedback with Dr. Andrew Hill who is one of the top peak performance coaches in the country. He holds a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience from UCLA’s Department of Psychology and continues to do research on attention and cognition. In addition to founding Peak Brain Institute, Dr. Hill is the host of the Head First podcast. He is a lead neuroscientist at TruBrain and the lecturer at UCLA, teaching courses on psychology and neuroscience. Dr. Hill teaches on how to improve your brain using neurofeedback.

Oct 30, 2018
People struggle the most with love and money, and the key to unlocking these is through childhood and family healing. Success coach, family constellation therapist, and energy healer Hanna Bier works with women and helps them be more confident, successful, and live the life they always liked to live and turning to the confident women they are destined to become. Her concept of the family constellation is the idea that there are a lot of things in your DNA or in your energetic field that do not belong to you and they affect you. By rearranging those energies from the past, from your family, it will help you move forward and be more successful in your life. 
Oct 23, 2018

We all want to achieve something in life. Yet we fail at them because of the lack of willpower. Fortunately, Eli Shahaf has hopes for all of us. He believes that willpower is a learned skill, which you can train to be stronger and stronger. Eli is a life and business coach specializing in achieving long-term results, and CEO and founder of WINNER'S HABITS LTD. He talks about the things that keep us from our goals, from low self-esteem to limiting beliefs. He delves into NLP, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, discussing the different positions we take in our lives and where we can change and improve. Rounding it back to having a willpower of steel, he shares his personal journey while sharing its real meaning of being able to create everlasting massive action.

Oct 16, 2018

Jenny Fenig, creator of the Get Gutsy movement, is a coach to spiritual women on a mission. Urging you to listen to your body in relation to the cycle of the moon, she talks about how that connection could help your business and overall life. She shares how a business has to be the reflection of your soul while laying down the ways and tips you can find your unique ability and convey it online. Inspiring and empowering women, she also discusses the problems she commonly sees among women in terms of having a successful business, their worth, and building a strong brand. Tying all of these with the moon cycle, she guides you to work through priorities and know your calling.

Oct 9, 2018

I have with me a 24-year-old veteran of the FBI. This man is the real deal. He is an international hostage negotiator and he knows how to win in negotiating. His stories are off the hook and his methodology of finding the Black Swan, a small piece of information that has a huge effect on negotiation, is extraordinary. He's been featured in TIME, Business Insider, Entrepreneur, CNN, ABC and so many more and now on my show, Stellar Life. I am so honored. You have to read his book and learn from him because these skills of negotiating can help you in everything that you do in life. I've read his book, Never Split the Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It, and I highly recommend you getting it. Without further ado, onto the show.

Oct 2, 2018

Do you have money blocks? Do you know that even billionaires have money blocks? You're in good company. Sometimes it's good to get extra help and external help to help you with those blocks when it comes to success and it's an interesting combination. You do need to know all the tools and how to do it in Facebook Ads, how to build a community and you also need the mindset. From a personal experience and what I believe in, everything starts in mindset and 80% of your success is mindset. That's why I invited Pamela Bruner to be on the show. She is an author, a coach and a speaker. She conquered her own fears around money and she teaches conscious entrepreneurs to build six and seven-figure businesses by combining effective strategies with cutting-edge mindset tools. She's the co-author of Tapping Into Ultimate Successand she also owns a digital marketing agency. I hope you will enjoy this show as much as I did.

Sep 25, 2018

Go inside your subconscious mind and create connections and heal past traumas as Charlie Morley shares his expertise on lucid dreaming. As a bestselling author and teacher of lucid dreaming and shadow work, he takes us into a deeper understanding as well as the benefits that lucid dreaming has to offer. He combines his knowledge on Tibetan Buddhism to talk about the spiritual side of lucid dreaming, tapping into the idea of “oneness” as well as the dimensions of reality. He also talks about how things get into dreams such as nightmares and traumas. Providing a beginner’s guide on how to lucid dream while discussing the benefits of nap, he urges us to create a dream plan and with it find healing not only emotionally and mentally but physically as well.

Sep 18, 2018

Channeling her inner goddess and empowering women to do the same, Lauren Friedman talks about how fashion and style should bring out that authenticity in you. She is an author, illustrator, stylist, and blogger who creates stories with her outfits. She talks about how women are made to feel small in the patriarchal society and how we can fight back by embracing our vulnerabilities and listening to our inner voices, carrying them out into the world. Discussing also subjects like body shaming, she inspires women to be comfortable with who they are. She also offers some great style tips that can up your style, wardrobe and fashion game that all women can really appreciate.

Sep 11, 2018

We are all human. We all want the same thing. Your worth is not in direct correlation to how much money you make. Your worth is the person that you are, the gift that you are to the world, your love and your kindness. This is not a cliché, this is the truth. You are worthy just because of who you are. Personal development coach Christian Mickelsen shares his rags to riches story and talks about inviting money and miracles into your life. He is a leading authority on personal development and personal coaching and is the author of four best-selling books, including Abundance Unleashed and Get Clients Today. For over eighteen years, he has helped hundreds of thousands around the world experience the life-changing power of coaching. He is on a mission to get the whole world coached because if we all get coaching, we will become better people and the world becomes a better place.

Sep 4, 2018

One in three women have experienced either domestic violence or sexual abuse, and sometimes they go together. A lot of us have some kind of sexual trauma from the past. Regardless of where you are right now, there is always a way for you to have more pleasure. There is always a place for you to heal, let go and embrace the past as a gift rather than punishment. Whatever you've experienced in the past, you can heal it and move on. Kristina Campbell is an empowerment and pleasure guide. She’s inspired to help women cultivate their sexual freedom and authentic sexuality as a means to healing, wholeness, and connection with spirit. Kristina shares how she has healed her own sexual childhood traumas through a multidisciplinary approach, including therapy, energy work, and sacred sexual practices.

Aug 28, 2018

Some reach a point in their life where they feel disembodied. The mind and the body seemed to be so out of sync that it begins to take a toll on the person’s life. By becoming physically active, you may just get yourself out of that rut. For Cecile Raynor, that happens to be through dance and yoga. Teaching one of the best-kept secrets of performers and Olympic athletes for 25 years, the Alexander Technique, Cecile shares how reconnecting mind and body through dancing and yoga has helped her overcome body image issues. As a Thai Yoga therapist and Reiki practitioner also, she advocates for the total body intelligence, helping people feel more embodied and confident in life.

Aug 21, 2018

In this day and age, becoming a successful coach takes more than knowing how to talk with your client; it is also about learning your know-hows as a marketer. Coaching and marketing needs to go hand in hand now for your business to thrive and for you to continue inspiring people. That is the alchemy of marketing. Let's face it, getting in to all of this can be overwhelming. Dov Gordon lays down the basics to marketing. Known as the Alchemist Entrepreneur, he goes down to the core without all the fillers and offers a more systematic approach to getting your true message connect to your clients and even ideal clients. Dov shares some much needed insight to understand why one method or path didn’t work out and how to overcome them. 

Aug 14, 2018

Influence is undoubtedly a very important world in the business. It's what measures your success. How you reach other people and create an impact on their lives shows the value of what you do. But not everyone can get this right. Some fail to give the right kind of influence that it ends up ruining the reputation. Master publicity strategist and consultant, Jill Lublin, breaks down business influence and how to do it the right way. Talking about being known and finding your unique self, she gives some great advice that will inspire you to reach out and create a good message. Jill says we should align our energy with other people when it comes to networking and going through all the ropes of getting our business out. She shares some tips on confidence and fear to help resonate our own brand and help foster the kind of value that we can offer to the people.

Aug 7, 2018

There are laws in the universe that govern the way we experience our lives and they're in operation 24/7, 365, whether we know it or not, understand it or not, like it or not, just like gravity is in operation all the time. Valerie Sheppard says it doesn't matter what culture you're from or where you live on the planet. You are held by the law of gravity to the earth. Laws like the law of gratitude, the law of resistance, whatever you resist persists, whatever you're grateful for, you have end up having more to be grateful for, there are laws like that. When you work in harmony with the laws, then your life can be easier and you flow into success rather than struggling and striving up the mountain towards success. Valerie brings that energy into the world and she shares her book, Living Happy To Be ME, which outlines the four-step process to happiness. Valerie truly believes there is no other way to happy. The true, lasting happiness that never goes away comes from doing this dance with ourselves.

Jul 31, 2018

Creativity is the purest expression of our divinity. It is a source of energy as people learn to express themselves authentically. Catalyst for creativity Adam Roa says we are all creative. We're all able to unlock our inner artists and express ourselves. As we are doing that, we are expressing the highest frequency that we're able to tap into. The cosmic philosophy is that what we're facing on the planet right now and a lot of the issues that we're seeing are asking for new ways of being and new systems to be designed that will work for everyone. In order to do that, we get to create from higher levels. Adam believes that creative energy is important and that is why he uses it and helps activate it in others.

Jul 24, 2018

Do you feel like you’re overwhelmed with things to do, but can’t get caught up because you blink and the day is over? If so, this is the episode for you! Here to dig into amazing and potentially life-changing tips is the incredible Erin Falconer. She’s a partner and editor-in-chief of Pick the Brain, and cofounder of I’m excited to share this stimulating conversation with a wonderful human being who will help you refocus and reorganize your mind so you can breathe, enjoy life, do less, and achieve more.

Connect With Erin:

Pick the Brain
@erinfalconer on Twitter
Erin Falconer on Instagram
Erin Falconer on LinkedIn

The Mission Log:

  • [02:01] - Erin starts things off by sharing a bit about herself, and how she has accomplished so much in a relatively short time.
  • [05:50] - Has Erin always been an extremely productive person?
  • [07:02] - We hear about what Erin does to avoid slipping into negative old habits.
  • [09:38] - Is there a way to change things so you start enjoying doing the things that you generally don’t like?
  • [12:12] - Orion talks about Dr. John Demartini and his Value Determination.
  • [14:40] - Does Erin think that procrastination and empowerment are related when it comes to women?
  • [18:33] - Erin shares her thoughts on gender imbalances and personal safety factors in various parts of the world.
  • [19:34] - In her blog, does Erin talk about these kinds of issues?
  • [21:05] - Erin particularly likes writing about women and her experience as a woman across various careers.
  • [23:32] - What is the biggest professional struggle that Erin has overcome in her life so far?
  • [27:12] - People think that success is a straight line, Orion points out, but it usually involves some detours.
  • [30:52] - What does Erin do every day to motivate herself or center herself?
  • [33:05] - Erin emphasizes how important it is to find humor in things and to smile.
  • [37:03] - Orion used to take improv classes, and talks about fun how the experience was for her.
  • [40:16] - The brain starts to take you away from who you really are, Erin points out, so you need to find moments of true instinct to reconnect with who you really are.
  • [41:05] - What are some of Erin’s top productivity tips?
  • [43:55] - Erin shares her advice for someone who has a hard time saying “no” to other people, or focusing on their own goals.
  • [48:00] - Orion shares that she uses the metaphor of putting your own oxygen mask on first before helping others a lot in her practice.
  • [50:46] - What are some technical tools or apps that Erin uses for productivity?
  • [55:47] - Where can listeners find Erin to learn more or work with her?

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Jul 17, 2018

Rene Brent is a certified clinical hypnotherapist and the #1 international bestselling author of the book How Big Is Your BUT? A former ICU and ER nurse, Rene is passionate about helping her clients to use the power of the deep inner mind to release blocks and reach personal and professional goals. If you’re ready to break your patterns and reprogram your own mind for success, this is the episode for you!

Connect With Rene:

Rene Brent Hypnosis
Practice Happy Now
@ReneHypnosis on Twitter
Rene Brent Hypnosis on Facebook

The Mission Log:

  • [04:55] - Rene shares a bit about herself from her personal perspective, and explains the path that she took to discover hypnotherapy.
  • [07:38] - We hear about Rene’s first experience with hypnotherapy.
  • [08:59] - What does it mean when Rene says that the mind will never be something it disagrees with?
  • [10:28] - Rene talks about what “living on the outside” is, and why it’s a problematic way to go through life.
  • [12:40] - Why does Rene think hypnotherapy and NLP can be so powerful?
  • [14:36] - We learn more about how hypnotherapy and NLP work, and how quickly they can be effective compared to traditional therapy.
  • [1729] - Rene shares a story that surprised even her about a 9-year-old client who was frequently getting stung by bees.
  • [20:03] - For people who aren’t familiar with the terms, what are a “pattern interrupt” and “neuroplasticity”?
  • [21:49] - Rene walks listeners through a specific technique for dealing with experiences of fear or stress.
  • [24:52] - Orion talks about the 40 Years of Zen program that she did in Seattle.
  • [28:37] - We learn what Rene would do if she were working with Orion, based on the story that Orion has just shared.
  • [31:22] - Rene explains that all hypnosis is ultimately self-hypnosis, and she just helps to guide people.
  • [32:42] - Does Rene feel like she has solved and eliminated all of her own echoes?
  • [34:59] - Rene talks more about hypnotherapy, explaining that it should never tell you what to feel or think, and that the mind won’t take you anywhere you don’t want to go.
  • [37:56] - Orion points out that stress is considered an okay thing to say, and Rene points out that our society is much more fear-based than others.
  • [40:34] - We hear about Rene’s book, and what the “But” in the title refers to.
  • [42:35] - What were Rene’s own big “but”s? And what created her own breakthroughs?
  • [45:43] - Rene shares some powerful tips for increasing your confidence and allowing yourself to be seen.
  • [48:54] - What are Rene’s three top tips to living a stellar life? #1. Gain awareness. #2. Take care of your body. #3. Don’t forget to have fun!
  • [52:16] - Rene talks about where listeners can find her to learn more or work with her.

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Jul 10, 2018

Kelly Lynn Adams joins me in this conversation to teach you how to be a leader. Kelly is a certified leadership and life coach, writer, speaker, and founder of The After 5 Club, a movement that helps women juggle responsibilities and grow their side hustles. She has helped thousands of women build smart and sustainable businesses and redefine success through shifting their mindset. She helps her clients increase their confidence and step into their divine power.

Connect With Kelly:

Kelly Lynn Adams
Kelly Lynn Adams on Instagram
@KellyLynnAdams on Twitter
Kelly Lynn Adams’ Facebook fan page
Kelly Lynn Adams on Facebook
Kelly Lynn Adams on YouTube

The Mission Log:

  • [03:58] - Kelly introduces herself and talks about her history in the coaching industry.
  • [04:45] - What is the biggest obstacle for women who want to start their own business while working a 9-5 job?
  • [07:50] - Kelly talks about the gap that she bridges between what women say they want and what they actually do.
  • [12:14] - Orion talks about Dr. Demartini’s value determination, which you can take on his website.
  • [14:05] - What does Kelly see as success? In her answer, she talks about a specific goal she set, and how she felt when she achieved it.
  • [19:04] - Orion responds to Kelly’s answer about what success means for her, and explains the value of taking time to relax.
  • [23:12] - Kelly talks about a point in her career when she was working too hard and ended up in the hospital.
  • [27:18] - What does Kelly see that women are lacking in when it comes to understanding how powerful, smart, wise, and wonderful they are?
  • [33:39] - We hear more about Kelly’s and Orion’s experiences with horses.
  • [37:07] - Orion shares more extraordinary experiences that she has had with animals.
  • [39:11] - How does Kelly help her clients achieve life-work balance?
  • [43:12] - Kelly tackles the question of how making money is a spiritual thing, pointing out that it’s a way of honoring your worth.
  • [46:23] - What are Kelly’s three top tips for living a stellar life? #1. Manage your mindset and what you’re consuming on all levels. #2. When you think you have surrendered, surrender some more. #3. Slow down to speed up.
  • [49:58] - Kelly lists some places where people can find her online to learn more about what she does or work with her.

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Jul 3, 2018

Have you ever felt pulled in so many different directions that you were completely overwhelmed? Mary Shores is an expert in personal development, as well as a businesswoman who developed a roadmap for how to take control of your life. She generates pragmatic solutions for people who are freaking out or feeling stuck. Mary blends personal experience with her extensive knowledge of neuroscience and human behavior to guide businesses and individuals to their ideal life.

Connect With Mary:

Mary Shores
Mary Shores on LinkedIn
Mary Shores on Facebook
@mary_shores on Twitter
Mary Shores on Instagram
Fearless Ambition group on Facebook

The Mission Log:

  • [04:43] - Mary introduces herself, talking about starting her first company as well as a tragic personal loss.
  • [06:34] - How did Mary deal with everything, and shift from loss and trauma into building her own business?
  • [10:05] - The starting point to change the feeling of unworthiness is to think about empowerment, Mary explains.
  • [13:58] - Orion reiterates and expands on what Mary has been explaining about needing to actually do the work. She then talks about an exercise she does involving her chakras.
  • [17:36] - What are Mary’s rituals? She answers, then takes a moment to dig into the neuroscience of gratitude.
  • [22:00] - Mary talks about her daily desires at the moment. Orion then shares her own current desires.
  • [24:19] - We go deeper into the topic of affirmations, with Mary talking about the importance of creating affirmations that resonate with you.
  • [29:31] - From Mary’s perspective, it doesn’t matter whether someone takes a scientific path or a spiritual path. She then discusses the placebo effect.
  • [31:42] - What is the “core four,” and how can we implement that? Mary answers, then shares her own “core four” with listeners.
  • [35:23] - Mary talks about what she has learned through healing, and points out that you cannot protect your heart and be emotionally available at the same time.
  • [39:49] - We learn about the difference between a “core four” and a goal.
  • [44:00] - How does Mary turn an emotion that might get into the way into something cleansing?
  • [48:39] - Mary shares her thoughts on communication and connecting better with other people.
  • [52:13] - What are Mary’s three top tips to living a stellar life? #1. Always shed the layers of who you are and uncover the person who you are meant to be. #2. Pay attention to your emotions. #3. Focus on what you want instead of what you don’t want.
  • [53:44] - Mary lists some places to find and connect with her. She also offers listeners a free gift!

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Jun 26, 2018

When it comes to your work in the world, you can’t spend too much energy worrying about being liked. When you’re operating in the role of a leader, odds are people will either love you, or won’t like you at all. Jeffrey Van Dyk joins me today to share this and many more insights into leadership. In our conversation today, we’ll talk more about leadership, as well as how to upgrade from a wound-driven operating system to a purpose-driven operating system, finding and connecting with your tribe, and how to bring who you truly are into your work and into your life.

Connect With Jeffrey:
Jeffrey Van Dyk on LinkedIn
@jeffreyvandyk on Twitter

The Mission Log:

  • [02:56] - Jeffrey starts off the conversation by telling us a little bit about himself.
  • [04:20] - Who are the people who have influenced Jeffrey the most as far as what he teaches today?
  • [08:17] - Orion shares her story of wanting to be liked when she came to the United States after spending several years in Japan.
  • [09:56] - Jeffrey ties what Orion has been saying into the concepts of magnetism and marketing.
  • [15:32] -- If we stay on the surface level of the drama of struggling against ourselves, we can stay stuck there for years, Jeffrey points out.
  • [19:02] - All of our wounds have both an expiration date and a purpose, Jeffrey explains, and explores how he reacted to his own wounds.
  • [22:12] - Jeffrey points out that there’s a void that occurs when something is painful and it doesn’t make sense.
  • [24:23] - We learn more about how our wound-driven operating system works, and that it’s fueled by reactivity.
  • [28:12] - Jeffrey explains what he meant by saying that what used to be purposeful can become poison.
  • [31:16] - We hear about Jeffrey’s experience with his parents when he was young.
  • [33:45] - How do you clean out your emotional wounds?
  • [37:01] - Jeffrey talks about moving from a wound-driven operating system to a purpose-driven operating system.
  • [40:44] - We hear about a few specific sessions and conversations that Jeffrey has had with clients.
  • [42:56] - Orion talks about the shadow work that she does with her clients.
  • [44:19] - What are Jeffrey’s three top tips for living a stellar life? #1. Grace, and remembering that there is a redemptive love in the world. #2. If you feel alone or like you don’t belong, recognize that you do have a tribe. #3. Realize that it’s not all work.
  • [47:01] - Orion reveals that she just came back from Budapest, and points out that she has achieved a lot just because she took some time to have fun.
  • [47:35] - Where can people find and connect with Jeffrey?

Links and Resources:

Jun 19, 2018

Lisa Shield posted her first online profile when online dating was still considered taboo. She went on a hundred first dates, one after another, over the course of the next two years. Finally, she met and married the love of her life. 16 years later, she still describes herself as one of the happiest women on the planet. Her success led her to become one of the first dating and relationship coaches in the nation. She’s a sought-after relationship expert who loves helping couples and singles use their emotional nakedness to attract and keep a life partner.

Connect With Lisa:

Lisa Shield
@LisaShield on Twitter
Lisa Shield on Facebook
Lisa Shield on LinkedIn
Lisa Shield on Yelp

The Mission Log:

  • [03:26] - Lisa talks a bit about herself and how she got to the point where she is today as a love coach.
  • [06:54] - We learn that Lisa’s first husband, who she was with for 13 years, was a pathological liar.
  • [08:14] - When Lisa started coaching, no one else was doing it and she had to do it on her own.
  • [08:34] - What does Lisa think has changed the most between the time she started coaching and now?
  • [10:38] - Lisa talks about whether people are commitment-phobic these days.
  • [12:32] - Orion shares the story of finding her own soulmate, and the total surrender involved in the process.
  • [15:23] - Lisa brings us into the world of a 40-year-old single lady in the big city, whose competition is the young girls, who hangs out with married friends with kids.
  • [20:02] - When you have such a fixed idea of what you think you need, you shut yourself off from possibilities that you haven’t even considered.
  • [23:41] - Lisa shares her thoughts on women who live more in their masculine energy.
  • [27:46] - What are some of Lisa’s top tips for dating?
  • [30:49] - When you meet your soulmate and really fall in love, you’ll never have enough time with him, Lisa explains.
  • [33:45] - Lisa’s work is called “emotionally naked dating,” she reveals, and talks about the process that she walks her clients through.
  • [35:15] - What are some ways of communication that don’t sound needy or desperate?
  • [37:40] - Lisa describes some destructive behaviors.
  • [41:48] - We hear about Lisa’s rules for sleeping with guys, including her theory that you need to share your head before you share your bed.
  • [44:40] - What is “good company” for a man? In her answer, Lisa emphasizes the importance of mirroring a man’s masculinity back to him.
  • [47:21] - Orion shares a tradition that she and her husband do every night before bed.
  • [49:08] - Lisa talks about how she brings the agreement of not taking anything personally into her relationship.
  • [53:35] - What are LIsa’s three top tips to living a stellar life? #1. Do not quit until you find your man. #2. Grow, grow, grow. #3. Gratitude. Be grateful.
  • [56:53] - Where can listeners find Lisa to learn more or work with her?

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