In this episode, we talk love, music, and living your truth with soulful songstress, Erona.


Guest Bio:

Music has never been a stranger to Erona. It began as a choir solo with 300 back up singers at age of 10 and she has not stopped since. Though influenced by artists like Billie Holiday, Janis Ian, Jeff Buckley, and Paula Cole, music, to her, was no longer about telling someone else's story, but rather living her own. A soulful song or a deep blues groove allow her to share her stories this far.

For more information, please visit Erona’s website: erona.bandcamp.com

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In this episode, we discuss:

Music:

Adele

Janet Jackson

Debbie Gibson

Alanis Morissette

Jeff Buckley

Paula Cole

Sarah McLachlan

Tori Amos

Maroon 5

John Mayer

Books:

On Death and Dying

The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom

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In this episode, we discuss all-things travel-hacking, and seeking more adventure in life with my guest, Chris Backe. Inspiration. Guaranteed. 

Guest Bio:

Chris Backe is the blogger behind One Weird Globe and the founder of Choose a Way books. His travel blog focuses on the weird, bizarre, and offbeat destinations around the world. Since 2008, he's lived in Korea, Thailand, Colombia, Ecuador, and traveled across Europe and South America. He’s written about 20 travel guides and itineraries, mostly about Korea and Southeast Asia When not traveling, he enjoys swing dancing and reading about geeky stuff.

For more information, please visit Chris' websites:

oneweirdglobe.com

chooseaway.com

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In this episode, we discuss:

Books:

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change by Stephen R. Covey

Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

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In this episode, we’re talking all things entrepreneurship and inspiration. Join me for a conversation about following your passion, with my guest Jessica Ornstein. Inspiration. Guaranteed. 


Guest Bio:

By the time Jessica was 7 years old, she had lived in three countries and seven US states. Along the way, she developed an appetite for adventure and a passion for getting to know people from diverse backgrounds. After studying International Relations and Business at USC in 2013, she began her career as an investment banker in Los Angeles. After a year and a half of banking, she decided she wanted to experience a new place in the world and also explore a new field of finance, so she took a job at a venture capital firm in Berlin. Now she is back in Los Angeles producing a film, building an app and launching a lingerie line.

Growing up with a younger brother with special needs, Jessica has made it a lifelong priority to help others - particularly adults with special needs. She is currently working with Shemesh Enterprises - a farm in Malibu that employs adults with special needs - to help build their business operations in order to become financially self-sufficient.

For more information, please visit Jessica's website: tselmuun.com

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In this episode, we discuss:

Books:

Esther Perel : Mating in Captivity - Unlocking Erotic Intelligence

Charities:

Best Buddies

Ted Talks:

Manal al-Sharif : A Saudi Woman Who Dared to Drive

Esther Perel: The secret to desire in a long-term relationship

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My guest today is all about style, and she wants to help you find yours. We talk about how style is way more than the color of your hair or the clothes on your body, its really about love for yourself. She’s also got some amazing perspective on entrepreneurship and starting your own business. You are going to love my conversation with Stylist, Tiffany Renee. 


Guest Bio:

Tiffany Renee, owner of Tiffany Renee Salon, has had a passion for all things hair since Barbie has been with Ken. Growing up in Philadelphia, in a household of all women, in a family full of hair stylists, she naturally developed a fascination for hair artistry. As years progressed, friends and family served as salon patrons and Tiffany began to notice how people would leave with a bit more pep in their step than what they had before they sat down. She noticed that when someone’s outward appearance was pleasing to them, people genuinely felt better. Affecting this type of change in an individual is precisely what motivates Tiffany to do the work she does.

She began her study of Cosmetology in high school and earned her Cosmetology License shortly after from Empire Beauty School. After earning her license she began to work in diverse salon envirnments giving her the knowledge and understanding of caring for all types of hair. She has gone on to become a Certified Colorist and healthy hair enthusiast to all that cross her path. In 2014, Tiffany Renee’ Salon was established to provide people a place to enjoy a quality salon experience unique to an individuals style, budget, and hair care needs. It also serves as the place where people literally and figuratively let down their hair and are able to be themselves in every way, a place where an individuals unique beauty is explored and celebrated.

For more information, please visit Tiffany's website: tiffany-renee.com

In this episode, we discuss:

Books:

Women Who Run with the Wolves

Music:

Jazmine Sullivan

Ted Talks:

Brene Brown : The Power of Vulnerability

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