Body Language Expert? Yes! RB Kelly is just that. I’m reminded of the scene in Little Mermaid when Ursula is convincing Arial to become human and she says “Never underestimate the power of body language” as she shook her enormous hips before stealing Arial’s voice. Arial then needs to convince Eric to kiss her without just any kiss, but true love’s kiss. Without Ursula’s ensuing interference she would have done just that - all without speaking a word. Body Language is oh so important in our romantic relationships, our business relationships, our friendships, even as a defense against would-be predators. RB is amazingly gifted in her training of speaking the right body language for corporations, for personal relationships, and even teaching teenagers how to talk to each other without using texts or Snapchat. This episode will teach you methods you can employ straight away to improve your relationships - my favorite was all about playing footsies! Come on in and enjoy this super fun episode with RB Kelly, THE Body Language Boss.
The Void is real, but it is not the end. Stephenie Zamora talks all about how we need to walk through our struggles and face our pain, instead of skirting the issue. We are meant to be happy, but sometimes we want to throw positive affirmations in the fire place and watch them burn. Difficulties are a certainty in our life, but Stephenie has found a way to help you through The Call of the Void with her brand new offering called Journey Mapping. She eats ice cream with a fork. She doesn’t use her pinkies for anything, even typing (yes, she knows that’s weird). She would make an excellent getaway driver, and I am honored to call her friend. Enjoy this upfront and honest talk about dealing with our challenges and know that there is hope no matter where you might find yourself in your journey.
“Actively loving ourselves in a society that does its hardest to tell us we need fixing is a major accomplishment. Saying “I’m worthy as I am” is pretty rebellious when every brand, every commercial you see wants you to believe you are too fat, too thin, too saggy, too perky, too old, too young, too grey or too vibrant to be whole.” This quote is by Sarah Sapora who is not afraid to be irreverent and bold in getting her message out into the world about self-love while at the same time showing grace, compassion and sensitivity to those in need. Sarah says that, “Life is meant to be lived. It is beautiful, messy, and colorful. It is our job to show up, live authentically, and spread the Love in whatever way we can.” Come join her at her table (or in this case this podcast) and “Rise the Eff Up!” If you love what you hear, please consider joining Sarah at her amazing Body + Love Workshop in Las Vegas next month! Just go to bodyloveworkshop.com and join the party! (Seriously amazing pricing on this by the way…check it out soon before the price goes up!)
Kindness has saved her, kindness lives through her, kindness is her career of choice. Brooke Jones is the Vice President of The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation and a known RAKtivisit (find out how easily you can also become a RAKtivisit by visiting randomactsofkindness.org). Get ready to feel love, kindness, maybe even cry a little at this very real discussion with Brooke and then learn how you can join the gang at RAK and have the opportunity to feel good, spread good, witness good…all in the name of kindness starting right here, right now!