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Conversations with entrepreneurial-minded individuals who are designing the lives of their dreams, and doing their part to make the world a better place.

February 29, 2016

Kimi Dawn : Exploring The Mind-Body Connection

In this episode, we dive further into the mind-body connection with Yoga Instructor Kimi Dawn. Inspiration. Guaranteed. 


Guest Bio:

California-based certified yoga teacher, Kimi Dawn, has been practicing yoga for several years, exploring a variety of yoga disciplines and is focused on the therapeutic and nurting modalities in which yoga can bring balance, peace and healing into her student's busy lives. Her approach focuses on the intuitive movement of each unique body, mindful of anatomical variations, Kimi Dawn, teaches slow, deliberate sequencing to allow time for experiencing the postures, checking in and being in the center of strength and acceptance of the body.

Kimi Dawn's offerings lead students back to themselves; with the possibilities of rediscovering their innate wisdom through meditative movement and breath. She teaches yoga in studio environments, city organizations, donation based park and private/small group sessions.

Certified through Tamal School of Yoga; Tamal Dodge & Sesa O'Connor (200 hours of Vinyasa Flow) and Silk Roads Sangha; Daniel Hickman & Denise Antonini (200 hours Mulit-disciplinary Yoga). Kimi completed 1st and 2nd degree Reiki training with EarthSoul Holistic Healing and an 8-week "Daily Love Mastery" life coach course with Mastin Kipp, founder of The Daily Love, in 2014. Influenced by master teachers, Kimi Dawn has practiced with Seane Corn, Annie Carpenter (35 hours of SmartFLOW training), Kathryn Budig, Brian Kest, Ashley Turner, Saul David Raye, to name a few. She's been practicing from Thailand to Italy and wants to share it all with you.

For more information, please visit Kimi’s websites:

kimidawn.com

yogatrippin.net

Kimi’s Twitter

Kimi’s Facebook

Kimi’s Instagram

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In this episode, we discuss:

The Miracle Morning

Mastin Kipp : Daily Love

Elizabeth Gilbert

Brene Brown

Mirror Work : 21 Days to Heal Your Life

Danielle LaPorte : Desire Map

MIR Method

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February 22, 2016

Loui Pacheco : Live Your Moment

In this episode, we talk about getting (and keeping) the body you want, taking risks, and following your passion with Fitness Trainer Loui Pacheco.


Guest Bio:

Born in Puerto Rico and raised in Tampa, Florida, Loui Pacheco was born to be on stage. Loui began performing as a classical musician at the age of 10. He began as a Trumpet player but later ventured on as a Vocalist. With music playing such a big role in his life, he began to experiment with different styles and sounds and ultimately discovered his passion for creating movement.

His interesting and unique execution as a dancer and choreographer led him to Miami, Fl where he worked on projects ranging from live stage shows to ad campaigns. Some of his credits include Olga Tañon, Cindy Crawford, Superbowl XXXV, Apple Inc., the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, the famed Fontainebleau in Miami Beach, and Latin Music Award Show, Premio Lo Nuestro.

Fast forward a couple of years and you will find him rocking a different type of stage. Loui now brings that Miami heat to the Fitness world. With 10 years of experience as a professional dancer, he fuses his love of dance with a strong passion for fitness and health.

Loui currently resides in Los Angeles, CA where you can catch his weekly classes at Rise Nation.

For more information, please visit Loui's website: louipacheco.com

Loui on Instagram

Loui on Twitter

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In this episode, we discuss:

Books:

Marc Ecko : Unlabel

Diana Nyad : Find a Way

Music:

Sia

Shakira

Ted Talks:

Diana Nyad : Never, Ever Give Up

Podcasts:

Lewis Howes School of Greatness

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February 15, 2016

Courtney McClean : Laugh Your Way to Success

In this episode, I chat with Actress/Musician Courtney McClean about following your dreams and pursuing your passion, no matter the cost.


Guest Bio: 

Courtney McClean (born McLean) is a comedic performer/writer, musician, storyteller, actress, and co-host of the upcoming podcast "Bits & Ask." A native Californian, Courtney was raised in Orange County, spent a few years in San Diego, then a few years in New York City, then a few more years in the Twin Cities, MN. She's now currently based in Los Angeles, CA, and plans on staying there.

Courtney has also authored numerous songs, stories, and jokes and presented them on stages all over North America. NYTheatre.com said she is “funny and endearing with a seductive twinkle in her eye,” and Twin Cities’ Metromag.com said Courtney “is uproariously funny… a superb storyteller.”

Her band Courtney McClean & The Dirty Curls, pioneers of naughtybilly (dirty & bluegrassy comedy music), was recently crowned City Pages’ Music Artists of the Year 2014. 89.3 The Current’s Local Current Blog coined The Curls “Minnesota’s most ribald bluegrass group” with the release of their debut album on Stand Up! Records, “This One’s For Dad.” Andrea Swensson, The Current's Local Show Host, was the City Pages Music Editor when she called The Dirty Curls “Irresistible,” and Lucy Michell, then of Lucy Michelle and the Velvet Lapelles, said live on stage that Courtney was “the Peaches of bluegrass.”

Courtney has read alongside Ileana Douglas and Michael Urie in Minneapolis’ edition of Celebrity Autobiography, and had a story published in the anthology “Dirty Girls Come Clean.” Her comedic bluegrass stylings have charmed the crowds at the Hell Yes Comedy Festival in New Orleans, and at Stand Up! Records' Akumal Comedy Festival (in Akumal, Mexico, duh). She has been heard on the radio on San Diego’s old Star 100.7 FM, and Minnesota Public Radio, Twin Cities’ KFAI and myTalk107.1, as a frequent contributor to "Laughing Matters" with Robert Baril on MN's AM 950, and countless podcasts including her stint as a co-host on the Twin Cities' Hit Show. In 2011, Courtney was #52 of the Twin Cities’ City Pages 100 Creatives.

For more information, please visit Courtney's website: courtneymcclean.com

Courtney McClean and The Dirty Curls : YouTube

Courtney McClean and The Dirty Curls : Facebook

In this episode, we discuss:

Books:

Come as You Are: The Surprising New Science that Will Transform Your Sex Life

The Highly Sensitive Person

The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom

The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles

Music:

Magic Spell : This Is The Kit

Tori Amos

Alanis Morissette

Podcast : Conversations With Alanis Morissette 

Comedy:

Maria Bamford

Chris Maddock : Point of Entry

Broad City

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