Social Media: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly.. & How It Affects Our Lives
Laura from Elemental Shift Co. Chatting About The Car Accident That Completely Changed Her Life
Today I brought one of my very best friends on to the show to chat all-things-social-media.
Samara and I often get together over coffee and chat about our lives. We discuss the highs, the lows, the bad, the good... and I really appreciate her as a friend because I never need to filter my conversations with her. It's 100% real talk and we simply chat about what's in our head and what's on our minds.
In the case of this weeks podcast, we decided to record our conversation about all-things-social-media. The idea came from an Instagram Detox that Samara was currently doing.
I know what you might be thinking...
Do we really need to detox from social media?
Is your relationship actually that bad with Instagram and Facebook (or whichever online platforms you frequent)?
How much of your day is spent browsing and scrolling?
...I’m sure Samara and I are not the only ones who have considered a lot of these topics.
Nimea Ariana on Serving Your Higher Purpose, Trying Ayahuasca & Being a Visionary Artist
Has there ever been an event in your lifetime that completely derailed the course of your life and set you off on an entirely new path?
Maybe it was a breakup, a career transition, losing a loved one, or in the case of this weeks guest Laura… a devastating car accident.
Laura experienced a major change in perspective after a car accident left her to discover who she was, what her purpose was, and what she was really here to accomplish in this lifetime.
TIPS FOR ENTREPRENEURS! Investing in Coworking, Which Monthly Subscriptions You Need, and Best Biz Podcasts!
This week on the show we have Nimea Ariana, a visionary artist who lives in Toronto. This episode is unlike any other in the archives, so you’ll definitely want to tune in!
From the moment I arrived at her home, I was AMAZED at her warm personality and welcoming spirit.
The June Motel on Reviving the Motel Industry, Wine & Good Vibes, Launching a Biz with your Bestie
On today's MINI-Episode of Visionary Life I'm discussing,
Top 3 Online Tools Every Business Can Benefit From
Why I pay to work from a co-working space (when I could techincally work from home in my pyjamas!)
Top Podcasts That Can Help You Uplevel Your Online Business & Marketing Strategy
Why it doesn't matter if you work 2 hours per day or 8 hours per day... and what the REAL focus of your day should be
Basd Body Care on Launching a No B.S. Beauty Brand & Finding Fulfillment Through Entrepreneurship
This week on the show we have Sarah Skalsh & April Brown, the founders of The June Motel (aka The June).
As longtime friends, April and Sarah decided on a whim to purchase the former Sportsman Motel in Prince Edward County. They haven't been "moteliers" for long, but the reviews on their Motel are in and they are RAVING!
The decor of this place is dreamy, and the good wine & good vibes are the icing on the cake.
Sarah & April completely redesigned the vintage motel and re-invented the experience of what staying at a Motel looks like. What a visionary endeavor, if I have ever seen one!
Visionary Travel with Kelsey & Dave
A few weeks ago I had the chance to sit down with Ashley Meston & Phil Lebeau who are the founders of Basd Body Care.
Basd Body Care is a line of organic, plant-basd, cruelty-free products. Ashley & Phils vision behind basd was to be transparent, to use only ingredients they were proud of, and to create a brand that celebrates and nourishes all bodies.
Knowing how much insight they would have in the realms of sales & marketing, entrepreneurship, and living in an inspired state everyday; I knew that you would all love listening to this podcast episode as much as I loved recording it for you.
In this episode we chat about:
Why consumer education is imperative in marketing and sharing your business
Rituals that help Ashley and Phil perform as high level entrepreneurs
What they love most about being CEO’s of their own life + biz
The best beauty app that everyone should download immediately!
The importance of post secondary education in today’s self-taught era
What experience do you really need to launch your own business
The early stages of developing basd and the idea for a brand + culture, first and foremost
And so much more!
Connect with basd on their website or on Instagram.
Kara Foley on Navigating The Gifts Life Gives Us, Moving from Big City to Small Town, and Launching a Yoga Studio
We are back from our European adventures and wanted to share an episode today that focused on #VisionaryTravel.
Today we DO have a special guest and that’s my fiancee Dave. We sat down on one of the last days of our trip to have this 30 min conversation, over a glass of wine in France. It was so fun to have this type of conversation with my guy.
We talk about:
How we met (surprise surprise, it was while travelling)
Encouraging each other to continue pursuing travel at every stage of our lives, whether solo or together
Our adventures living & working in Swizterland
Being persistent in the pursuit of what you want
The benefits and challenges of falling into routine while living in Toronto
The main differences we noticed in European culture
Should you live to work, or work to live?
Taking chances and trusting your gut when traveling
Our desire to explore every corner of the earth, and follow the stars
Cheryl Torrance (aka The Dancing Chef!) on Being Rich (not in the traditional sense), Living on the Streets & Why Happiness Trumps All
Today’s guest is Kara Foley.
Some of the words I would use to describe Kara include kind, a total boss babe, hard working, compassionate, and just a beautiful soul to be around.
And let me tell you, the challenges and unexpected bumps in the road over the past few years could have completely de-railed Kara, yet somehow she continues to move forward. To see her challenges, to face them, and then to fuel her fire with them.
Kara is the founder of Physio Bodhi; a wellness shop, yoga studio, smoothie bar, health clinic, and holistic space in Deep River, Ontario.⠀
We chat about:
- all things spiritual
- finding community after moving to a small town
- what wellness hacks are REALLY necessary to live a healthy life
- what prompted her to take her yoga teacher training and launch a studio of her own
- managing the health of her family despite some major challenges
- keeping the vibes high and healthy for everyone who is in her presence
She’s truly a superwoman if I’ve ever seen one. Let’s get into it, here’s this weeks episode with Kara Foley.
Darielle Teitelbaum on Being a Spiritual Lawyer, Protection of your Intellectual Property Online & More!
Thanks @chef_inked for being 1 of my first 10 guests on the Visionary Life Podcast. I loved this real-talk interview that went down in Cheryl's spin studio, Torq ride in Toronto.
We chat about the moment we lost our jobs together, why happiness is more important than luxury cars & vacation homes, and feeling rooted in online and offline communities.
(those are the words of Cheryl!)
Is Your Hardware Half Alive?
Darielle is a corporate lawyer (& a spiritual one - which we chat lots about!), and she’s the founder of Awe Legal which stands for Athletes, Wellness Professionals and Entrepreneurs. Awe Legal is awhich is a boutique law firm based in Toronto & online.
I loved this conversation with Darielle. Her and I met less than 1 year ago through the gym that we both teach indoor cycling at here in Toronto and I’ve been in AWE (sorry bad pun) of her business since meeting.
We chat about her career evolution from working TIRELESSLY at a criminal defense firm, to her travels where she was enlightened about spiritual law, and also about things every influencers or ambassador should consider before signing with a brand.
I love how Darielle is challenging the traditional paradigm of what we expect in a lawyer and is instead paving her own visionary path using her skills and infusing her passion for wellness. She’s so approachable, knowledgeable and I know you’ll learn so much from her.
Becka Crowe (aka Going Grainless) on Being Let Go From A Dream Job, Intention Setting, & Re-Branding Your Business
It's a solo episode today!
As I navigate some major tech issues, launching a new website, and growing my business - I thought I would jam on some current topics that are my reality. I hope you enjoy this audio hangout with me!
In this episode, I chat about...
- the comparison between my dead laptop and our bodies
- upgrades to our health + career that need to be made
- my desire for constant change, and why being stagnant scares me
- our job of continually evolving
- what's a life without health?
- signs that you need to change your job
Laura Hughes on Fusing Modern Medicine & Ancient Wisdom
Today on the show, we have Becka Crowe!
Becka is the blogger behind the holistic lifestyle blog Going Grainless & she is the co-host and producer of the Vibe Tribe Wellness podcast
Her and I share a similar story in our career paths– namely, being let go from “dream jobs” and finding the silver lining in moving on from them to find what we were REALLY here to do.
Becka has a passion for real food, holistic health, personal growth, non-toxic beauty, developing grain free recipes and so much in between.
Mariah Craig on Living w/ Lyme Disease, Shifting to a 100% Plant Based Diet, and Launching Her Biz
Do you have any interest in the following topics:⠀
-- finding ways to practice your job 'outside of the 4-walls'⠀
-- shifting career paths ⠀
-- Naturopathic Medicine⠀
-- for my entrepreneurs; how to stay inspired to get stuff done w/o a boss looking over your shoulder⠀
-- energy healing, spirit guides, and intuition⠀
-- self-help junkie⠀
-- the beautiful self-directed health care community that is doTERRA⠀
-- network marketing for professionals⠀
-- crystals & mediums & essential oils⠀
Okay, chances are you said yes to one of the above. Soooo I think you're going to love this interview with @drlaurahughes. She's a PhD holder, Naturopathic Doctors.. and then heard the call of Doctor-Heal-Thyself and she radically changed her mind + body + life.⠀
I'm grateful to our mutual doTERRA businesses that brought us together for this enlightening convo. Go check it out!
Robyn Baldwin on Living as an Alpha Female, Managing Multiple Sclerosis & Juggling FT Work & Side Hustles
Today on the show we have Mariah Craig from @socialbynature_ ⠀
Mariah and I have known each other since our days working at Vega and since then-- we’ve remained good friends and supported each others entrepreneurial journeys through the highs, the lows and the in-betweens (and there have been MANY for both of us!).⠀
Both of us had struggles with our previous jobs. Dabbled in many business ventures. And have ultimately found our true calling through much experimentation.⠀
Courtney Fonseca on being 50% Tupac, 50% Deepak & a Mothr Hustlr
Robyn Baldwin is our guest this week!
If you don’t already know Robyn-- she is a Podcaster behind the Alpha Female Podcast. She runs a lifestyle blog over at robynbaldwin.com. She wrote a book called Love Lost Life Found. She’s incredible talented at managing multiple passions such as working full-time at her day job, managing her side hustles and projects, oh ya.. and she's planning a wedding and managing to take care of herself in the process.
This week on the Visionary Life podcast we have my beautiful friend @courtneyfonseca. ⠀
Self-described at 50% Tupac, 50% Deepak, and a Mothr Hustlr.⠀
As a mama of 2 boys, a wife, and the woman behind the brand new wellness collective @hustlandflow I am soooo excited for you to listen to this episode.⠀