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D'Ana Joi

Are you someone who is passionate about so many things but abandoned most of them to niche your business? Multi-passionate people can often feel forced to conform to the standard business model of being an expert in one thing, which causes a lot of internal friction. As the word says, multi-passionates have many areas they […]

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how to be an active ally

The conversation surrounding racism and the destructive systems upheld by racism in the United States experienced a significant shift in the wake of the murder of George Floyd. From outrage to devastation to disbelief, the conversation surrounding racism has finally taken center stage. While there is a lot of support for the cause of fundamental […]

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Kyira Wackett

Do we have any control over the effects of negative experiences? Pandemic or not, how we handle the dynamics of stress has a huge impact on our mental health. Taking a deeper look at our own behaviors and tendencies as humans will allow us to make different and empowered choices in the midst of negative […]

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How to gain clarity and competence with focused action

In this time of COVID and working from home, people have gone back and forth between feeling clear and really focused, to not so clear and a little bit overwhelmed. Today’s podcast episode of the She’s Hungry Podcast is all about focused action. How are we going to gain clarity and competence with focused action? […]

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Your purpose is not a business or a destination, with Tanya J Miller

How to find your purpose? And what to do when you’ve figured out your purpose, but your job or life doesn’t align with it yet? In this episode, I talk about these important questions with Tanya J Miller of Tanya J. Miller, LLC and Talking with Tanya. She’s an author, speaker, coach, and strategist with […]

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  Christine and I have a candid conversation about how following her joy and her subtle curiosities around her joy have always lead her exactly in the direction she was meant to go. This intuition and trust she formed within herself has given way to a foundation that allows her to explore this “what’s next” […]

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Today I have an incredible conversation with Madison Eker (she/her) the Founder of Sum of Us Fest, the first ever wellness festival for womxn, trans, and non-binary folx. Madison Eker (she/her) is a trailblazer in the LGBTQ+ wellness industry and the visionary and CEO behind Sum of Us Festival and Sum of Us Virtual Festival. […]

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In today’s episode host, Cait Pearson covers the most common fears that come up when people are either launching or growing their podcasts. So many people heavily promote the “how-to” of podcasting, which is fine but the plan is only as great as the person feeling confident to execute it. This is where I begin. […]

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I learned so much about gut health in today’s interview with functional nutritionist Frankie Leigh. This is such an important topic that I know a lot of other women struggle with especially during times of stress. Frankie expresses how your body copes with stress from the things that you are eating and how stress in […]

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In this final guest episode of season two Cait Pearson talks with behavioral health coach, Kelley Hoag. Kelley is a behavioral health advisor with a master’s of science in a well applied behavioral analysis and a certificate in integrative nutrition as the founder of Root to Rise Health. She uses behavior change and holistic health […]

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Cait and Laura in this episode talk all about how self care has different meanings for each individual and how the “hustle” mindset might not be in your best intentions. Laura shares her self care tips and how this journey has changed her mindset and the way she looks at her past, present and future. By the end of this episode, you will really be able to view your schedule and priorities in a more intentional way to be able to choose yourself first, and make self care a daily routine.

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In this episode, Cait and Mack formed a true bonding talking about so many different topics that are important to hear no matter where you are along the Entrepreneurship journey. Mackenzie expresses what it’s like to write a Fiction book, why Fiction books are just as important to self-development books when it comes to internal growth, how to listen to your intuition to become more intune with your passion as a business owner, and how to remain creative in quarantine. For anyone listening who is a creative themselves or is wanting to begin following their passion, you’ll learn exactly how to get past any hangups to create the vision you have.

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