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Earn Your Happy

Get all the inside secrets and tools you need to help you bust through your fears, connect to your soul and get focused and clear so you can elevate your life, business and relationships… Listen in as Lori Harder, founder of the Bliss Project, 3X time fitness world champion, fitness expert and cover model, turned self love junkie - lifestyle entrepreneur and author digs in shares the goods! Each episode is designed to give you the tools, ideas, and inspiration to take action in your life. Tune in for an inspirational guest, a story or a "quickie" of motivation to get you out of a funk or blast you even further on your rockstar journey! Stop waiting until you are happy and go out and earn it! I promise to make sure we have some fun along the way - you can't take this life too serious. It's time to fall in love with the process and take back your control! Oh and please make sure to share the episodes that give you goosebumps and leave us a review!
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Apr 22, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Reaching out and connecting to people in REAL life
  • What Unfair Advantage is all about
  • What called Jen to making the event bigger than before
  • The loneliness epidemic
  • Providing value
  • Working alongside her life partner
  • Jen’s vision for her inner performer
  • Stories that come up for Jen as she expands + her badass list
  • When visualizing doesn’t go how you thought
  • What keeps you going and when to know to stop

 

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Show Notes

Jen Gottlieb is co-founder of Super Connector Media and host of Unfair Advantage Live, as well as the co-creator of Unfair-Advantage Live. Jen has used the media to build a multi 6 figure coaching business in the health and wellness space, being featured in popular media outlets for her incredible success. Jen now helps her aspiring business leader clients make the connections they need to go from FOMO to famous, and fast! This conversation with Jen was so great and so timely– I can’t wait for you to hear this one!

 

Question Highlights:

  • Why were you called to join Unfair Advantage?
  • Where’s the balance of connections and relationships in this media-heavy time?
  • What does it look like working side by side with your life partner?
  • What’s the biggest vision for your inner performer?
  • Do any stories come up for you while you grow and expand?
  • Have you had moments where you’ve visualized and it hasn’t gone according to plan?
  • When do you know to stop or pivot?

 

Between her 14-season run as a co-host on VH1 and her acclaimed starring role in a Broadway national tour, Jen Gottlieb is no stranger to the stage. Now, she’s teaching others how to become the star of their own show as the co-founder of Super Connector Media and host of Unfair Advantage Live.

 

Jen collaborates with life and business partner Chris Winfield to deliver Unfair Advantage Live, a 3 day live event in New York City that gives ambitious entrepreneurs an all-access pass to the couple’s extensive circle of media contacts.

 

Jen, herself has used the media to build a multi 6 figure coaching business in the health and wellness space. She has been featured on Good Morning America, CBS News, PBS’s Life and Living, Good Morning Washington, Bold TV and The American Dream. You can also find her in publications like Shape, Self, Women's Health, Well + Good and Thrillist just to name a few.

 

Drawing on her vast media network and her background in television, Jen now helps her aspiring business leader clients make the connections they need to go from FOMO to famous — fast, landing them spots on Entrepreneur, ABC, NBC, Inc Magazine, US News & World Report,  Forbes, Fortune and hundreds of other media outlets.


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Apr 18, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Being in solitary confinement
  • The pressure being the power
  • Choosing to believe what you hear
  • The why behind the events James creates
  • Perceptions and emotions
  • Why you should go to this amazing event

 

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Show Notes

Today’s quickie is a special one because I am sitting down with James Purpura, the co-founder and CEO of Powerful U, a personal evolution company with the goal to inspire people to tap into their potential. James’s story is a beautiful one of incredible transformation, growth, and perseverance, and I can’t wait for you to listen in on the conversation we have today. Chris and I will be speaking at the Powerful U conference, and have an amazing ticket price for all of our listeners– you don’t want to miss this one!

 

James and Steph’s journey of transformation is nothing short of extraordinary. Before they met 15 years ago, both of their lives had hit rock bottom. They were both financially, emotionally, and spiritually bankrupt. Life had beaten them down and shattered their self-esteem. At the lowest point in their lives, they met and were united by a shared vision of creating and becoming more. They started the only place they could by working on themselves and helping each other grow. They believed in each other but more importantly, they challenged each other every step of the way, and never settled.

 

Shortly after meeting, Steph wrote James’ first resume and taught him how to send an email. This began James’ unlikely career in technology. Around this time, they also started a family. Fast forward fifteen years, after many ups and downs and a lot of hard work, Steph and James recently sold their tech company, one of the world’s largest construction software companies. They now have five beautiful children and live an extraordinary life. Through this journey of self-creation, they developed a personal philosophy centered around perception. They believe perception, more than any other factor, will determine how someone’s life will turn out. James and Steph started Powerful U as their way to give back to the world. They believe that through the knowledge they accumulated on their journey they can help others live the life they desire. Their dream is to bring personal development to the masses by making it affordable and readily available to all seekers.


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Apr 17, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Seeing a dog-intuitive
  • Developing faith after leaving a religion
  • Boredom + if it’s part of the growth process
  • Advice around developing a solid crew of friends
  • Self-development burn-out

 

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Show Notes

Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! In today’s “questionably awesome” episode, Evans and I are talking about developing your faith after leaving a religion, wondering if misalignment is a part of the process for growth, advice around harnessing a solid friend group, self-development burn-out.

 

Review of the Week: From Chloe Tagan

“I’m really grateful to have found Lori’s podcast. The episodes are real, true, and also hilarious. I love the episodes with Evans, and also like your interviews or conversations with Chris. You are all so inspiring. As a new entrepreneur, I feel uplifted by your energy, and energized to keep believing in my dream, even if others think I’m crazy.”

 

Question 1: @elleryion

“How did you develop your own faith and beliefs after leaving a religion that you grew up in?”

 

Question 2: @corrieblissit

“Do you think boredom is a sign of being misaligned or just part of the process?”

 

Question 3: @hellofrankenbery

“What advice would you give to people who don’t have a solid friend crew that’s been around since the beginning of time?”

 

Question 4: @andi_ruth

“How do you know if you’re truly burnt out on self development or just self sabotaging?”


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Apr 15, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How Susan started her journey
  • Environmental detox
  • Getting back after a failure
  • The willpower of a woman + the lack of pleasure
  • Mind detox + finding out what you need
  • What we’re missing when it comes to diet + exercise
  • Working the through things that keep coming up
  • Susan’s morning ritual + back pocket thoughts
  • Showing up and being seen
  • Why the BARE process is so important to Susan

 

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Show Notes

I am beyond excited for you to hear today’s episode with Susan Hyatt, Master Life & Business Coach! Susan’s passion is to help women get MORE of whatever they crave. Can I get a heck yeah?! Susan and I are diving deep into how life, goals, and personal happiness are really running parallel to our thoughts and how we care for ourselves. In her new book, Bare, Susan shares a lot of vulnerability and also makes personal transformation achievable for all. This episode is so amazing and I know it’s going to have you ready for more in your on life!

 

Question Highlights:

  • How do you begin to understand new approaches when your environment reflects back something different?
  • What happens after the awareness?
  • What do you do after the failures to get back to where you want to be?
  • Do you have tips around really figuring out what you need?
  • How do you teach people to move through the things that keep coming up?

 

Susan Hyatt is a Master Certified Life and Business Coach based in Evansville, Indiana. She specializes in helping women get more of whatever they want—whether it’s more money, more media recognition, more pleasure, more passion, or more time to pursue meaningful goals.

 

Susan is the author of two books, Create Your Own Luck and BARE. Her work has been featured in places like O: The Oprah Magazine, Woman’s World, Cosmopolitan, and The Huffington Post. She’s the creator of The BARE Process, a trademarked system for upgrading your mental and physical health, building more energy and confidence, and creating the life that you want.


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Apr 11, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Being allowed to change
  • The tests that come into your life
  • Finding your people
  • The challenges that turn into habits
  • Supporting yourself during this time

 

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Show Notes

Today I am speaking directly to the people right in the middle, right where it starts getting scary in business and life where you feel like you can’t see the light at either end of the tunnel. Maybe you’re so far in it that you know you can’t turn back around, but you don’t know where to really go from here. This is for the person who isn’t thinking small anymore, but this new thing you are trying to create can’t totally support your new reality. So many people hit this space or this stage, and they turn and run back to the comfort that they know– today I’m sharing what can help you not turn back, but keep charging forward.


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Apr 10, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Stopping being a pushover
  • Balancing goals but letting go of the outcome
  • Finding a partner that you align with

 

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Show Notes

Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! In today’s “questionably awesome” episode, Evans and I are talking about being a pushover and how to stop, setting goals and letting go of the outcome, and I share how I found a partner that is in alignment with me.

 

Review of the Week: @SashaGold

“You make sitting in L.A. traffic tolerable. Lori and Evans feel like we’re already friends. You know when you’re like, “Get out of my head!?” Your episodes just seem to speak to me when I need it. I hope I can get my buns to Bliss one of these days so I can squeeze you both in a very non-creepy way. Cheers sisters! You gals are epic.”

 

Question 1: @cheyenneeejones

“I’m a pushover when someone wrongs me and apologizes. How do I stop?!”

 

Question 2: @carmenoling

“How do you balance setting goals and taking daily deliberate action vs. letting go of outcome?”

 

Question 3: @natrowephoto

“How did you find a partner who was aligned with you? Thanks so much <3”



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Apr 8, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • What is most exciting for Aubrey right now
  • The process of staying present
  • The ideas around validation
  • Achieving goals + then realizing they weren’t necessary for him internally
  • Aubrey’s recent car accident and what it taught him
  • What is challenging Aubrey right now in his open relationship
  • The work that Aubrey is doing that’s healing his younger self
  • Daily rituals that keep Aubrey feeling his best
  • Demanding the performer side to come out
  • Where Aubrey’s code comes from

 

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Show Notes

I am beyond excited because Aubrey Marcus is joining me on today’s podcast episode! Aubrey is the founder and CEO of Onnit, a lifestyle brand based on a holistic health philosophy he calls Total Human Optimization. Aubrey is also a well-known podcast host, NYT best selling author, and all around passionate human being. This conversation was absolutely incredible, and it really helped me break down my preconceived notions about people. More specifically, it served as a great reminder that everyone is on their own path and that it doesn’t have to be right for us for it to be right for others. I honestly can’t wait for you to dive into this episode and give you the opportunity to expand your mindset.

 

Question Highlights:

  • Where’s the place that doesn’t feel free for you?
  • Do you think it’s important to seek validation in order to understand you don’t need it?
  • What’s the main goal you achieved that you realized you didn’t need?
  • What did you learn from your accident that has created a theme for you?
  • What are you exploring right now?
  • Did your open relationship help you become a person who could be a better partner?
  • Is the work that you’re doing healing a younger version of yourself?
  • What do you believe you are really good at teaching? Why?

 

Aubrey Marcus is the founder and CEO of Onnit, a lifestyle brand based on a holistic health philosophy he calls Total Human Optimization. Onnit is an Inc.500 company and an industry leader with products optimizing millions of lives, including many top professional athletes around the world.  Aubrey currently hosts the Aubrey Marcus Podcast, a motivational destination for conversations with the brightest minds in athletics, business, science, relationships and spirituality with over 10MM downloads on iTunes. He regularly provides commentary to outlets like Entrepreneur, Forbes, The Doctors and The Joe Rogan Experience. He has been featured on the cover of Men’s Health, is the author of the life-coaching course Go For Your Win, and his newest (and first!) book is Own The Day, Own Your Life  from HarperCollins. If you ask Aubrey the cause he is most passionate about, it is raising awareness for psychedelic medicine, through organizations like MAPS.org and Heffter Institute. He is a 20 year native of Austin, Texas where he currently resides.


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Apr 4, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The importance of polarity
  • Where Chris got his positive mindset from
  • Creating an environment that works for you
  • The importance of a support staff
  • The blame game
  • Detaching from the emotions of a business outcome
  • People pleasing

 

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Show Notes

My husband Chris joins me in today’s quickie episode! I thought it would be fun to have Chris join me for some rapid fire style questioning. The two of us are talking about enjoying the moments where it feels like nothing is happening, because without that moment, there isn’t significance for the the other moment. We also dig into when and how Chris developed the positive mindset that he has, decisions that we all have to make, and releasing the emotional outcome from business and life decisions. This episode is full of SO many incredible tips that are going to change your mindset right now.


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Apr 3, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Working through low moods
  • How I got into speaking as part of my profession
  • The fears that crept in + how I moved past them
  • How wedding planning is going for Evans

 

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Show Notes

Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! In today’s “questionably awesome” episode, Evans and I are talking about working through low moods, how I got into speaking, and the fears that tried to stop me from doing what I knew I was destined to do.

 

Review of the Week: @elizabethd77: “Thank you! I feel like Lori is talking directly to me each and every episode, especially episode 345, which completely resonated with me. I am moved by her authenticity, her tenacity, and her compassion, and have felt the connection even through the podcast! I listen to the questionably awesome episodes with her assistant, Evans, every Sunday as I clean, and I cannot tell you how many times I have to stop because I’m laughing so hard. Truly appreciate each and every episode, and I will make it a point one day to meet the sunshine of my day. Thank you Lori for everything you do. Keep jammin!”

 

Question 1: @beyourownyou: “How did you get into speaking?”

 

Question 2: @kaylawilky: “Did you have any fears that got in the way of starting things?”


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Apr 1, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • What Jane loves about Sydney
  • Starting her business journey from accounting
  • What Jane’s rock bottom looked like
  • What Showpo is and offers
  • Starting a fashion business without money
  • Welcoming in big numbers in business
  • How Like Minded Bitches Drinking Wine came about
  • What Jane does in order to market her business + her advice to you
  • Finding a growth hack + finding people that are smarter than you
  • Getting to the next level in business
  • Failures that turned into successes

 

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Show Notes

Jane Lu joins me on today’s episode! Jane is the founder of Showpo, an online fashion retail empire. Jane previously worked in accounting and corporate finance, but after returning from a year abroad, was inspired to ditch the “cubicle life”, so she quit her job to start her own business. She had always had a sincere passion for women's fashion online, social media and entrepreneurship– it’s no surprise that Showpo is Jane’s creation! This conversation with Jane is SO great because she shares her business failures as well as her successes. You’ll love this one no matter where you are in your business!

 

Question Highlights:

  • How did you start this amazing business journey?
  • How long did you stay in rock bottom and what was the next step after finding a solution?
  • What is Showpo?
  • How did you become the person who could start to think of big numbers and just accept them?
  • How did you focus on what you wanted, and not get stopped up by outside opinions?
  • What should we know about marketing our business that we are missing?
  • How did you know that you hired the right people?
  • What advice do you have for the business person trying to get to their next level?
  • What are some big failures that turned into amazing lessons?

 

Jane Lu founded Showpo in 2010 from her parents’ garage. Jane previously worked in accounting and corporate finance, but after returning from a year abroad, was inspired to ditch the “cubicle life”, so she quit her job to start her own business. With much enthusiasm for entrepreneurship , she set off to start her first business, which failed spectacularly. However, Jane was undeterred and got right back on the horse, starting the online fashion brand, Showpo the following month. What started off with a laptop and two shelves of clothing is now an online global fashion empire,shipping to over 100 countries.

Through being disruptive in the retail space and capitalising on the use of social media, Showpo now boasts a cult social following of over 3.3 million engaged followers collectively and has a team of over 90 across Sydney HQ and Distribution Center. A regular keynote speaker, for some of Australia’s biggest brands and having fronted stages for audiences internationally, Lu’s expertise is unparalleled, and her tone of voice, is real and relatable. A prominent figure in the Australian start up scene, Lu has been nominated for numerous awards,taking home taking the title of Cosmopolitan’s Entrepreneur of the Year in 2015 and Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia in 2016.

Lu’s personal experiences led her to build her own entrepreneurial community, Like Minded Bitches Drinking Wine, which she co-founded with serial entrepreneur, Gen George. ​Together they have grown an active community of over 85,000 members.​​ Bringing women together to hear (and give) real, honest advice, to be inspired and to join forces - all over a good class of wine of course.With Lu at the helm, 8 years since its founding, Showpo owns its status as one of Australia’s fastest growing fashion e-commerce retailers. Recently awarded the highly coveted Australian Online Retailer of The Year Award and is on track to reach its goal of $100 million in revenue by 2020 with no external funding.


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Mar 28, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Ripping the bandaid off
  • A message that I received that sparked this topic
  • The takeaway of success
  • What fulfillment means for you
  • The question to ask yourself daily

 

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Show Notes

Taking the leap into your purpose is a little bit of a loaded statement, because it can mean so much, but it’s important to not allow overwhelm to sink in, because it isn’t all going to happen at once. More often than not, we know deep down what we want and need to do, but we look outside of ourselves for the validation that it’s okay to want those things and have those dreams. Today we are talking all about taking the big leap into what you know is your purpose here, in this life.


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Mar 27, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The two of us practicing our Italian
  • Returning to a positive mindset
  • Friend resets
  • Active waiting

 

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Show Notes

Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment!

 

Review of the Week: @lavenderlouise: “I don’t know which is the lion and which is the fox, but I love them both so much! The relationship reminds me so much of me and my best friend. When I listen to their episodes, I can’t help but smile and giggle– sometimes it’s giggling way after I’ve even heard the episode. I love the heck out of you gals! Thank you for being authentic and hysterical every episode! Xoxoxo!”

 

Question 1: @amandajoy_0: “Hello, hope all is well! I have a question or topic I would love for you to address on your podcast. When it seems things are going well according to plan, and you’re making progress, and that positive breakthrough might happen, why does it not work out? It feels like the rug is constantly being pulled from underneath me. How do you deal, and what do you do to return back to that positive mindset and know when something great will work out?”

 

Question 2: @westcoast_baygirl: “Is it okay to want a friend reset? I moved to a small town and surrounded myself with unlike people to keep myself company; I feel bad but I want more like-minded friends. Is that normal, or am I just a bitch?”


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Mar 25, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Sarah Nicole’s story + what caused her to make massive changes
  • Tips on shutting down the negativity looks like
  • Sarah shares the questions she is most asked
  • Sharing and connecting over her body
  • Deciding to use social media as a business
  • Where to start if you want to monetize your brand
  • What Sarah has learned most on her journey
  • Planning for the future
  • What Sarah is manifesting

 

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Show Notes

I first “met” today’s guest on Instagram, during a time when I so much needed to hear her beautiful message. Sarah Nicole Reynolds joins me on today’s episode, and we are talking all things forgiveness and freeing yourself! Not too long ago, Sarah Nicole embarked in a journey to better her life, losing 100 pounds, working through inner dialogue, and finding value within herself. Today, she helps others see and understand their worth, love their bodies, feel less alone in the world, and be ok with life's little shakeups.

 

Question Highlights:

  • Can you give us a few tips on what shutting it down and walking away actually looks like?
  • What’s a question you find people ask you the most?
  • What do you wish people would ask you more?
  • How did you decide to make this work your business?
  • Do you have any advice for those who want to monetize their brand, but don’t know where to start?
  • What has been one of the biggest lessons that you’ve learned?
  • How are you going to plan for your next explosive growth?

 

Sarah Nicole is a badass mama of 3 who likes to hype herself up in bios while talking in the third person. 5 years ago she embarked on a journey to get out of life's ruts and better her life. She lost 100lbs and went through massive life change with a divorce pushing her into new chapter of single motherhood. But like, a badass chapter. Since then, she met this bearded guy and he drank her poison and asked her to marry him. So she locked that down quickly and now they rock the whole chosen family thing! After struggling to find love for her body after losing all that weight, she worked through a lot of inner dialogues to discover the value and meaning behind self-love - and well, she thinks it's worth sharing about. By using social media as her journal, she loves helping others see and understand their worth, love their bodies, feel less alone in the world, and be ok with life's little shakeups.




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Mar 21, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The space I’ve been in lately
  • Balance between the extremes
  • The questions we need to ask
  • Fiercely saying no
  • What I’m learning right now
  • What has forced me to assess my life

 

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Show Notes

I’ve recently been giving myself some time and space to reevaluate what it is that I want, and it sparked a topic for today’s podcast: Happiness doesn’t last. I know that comes off as a really strong statement, but hear me out! Happiness comes and goes like the wind, so you might as well be doing something interesting in the meantime. By finding the balance between the extremes in my life, I’ve been able to learn so much about myself, deeply growing and evolving.


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Mar 20, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Whether having a college degree is necessary for success
  • Steps to take daily in order to make a difference in your future
  • Advice on resentment

 

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Show Notes

Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! In today’s “questionably awesome” episode, Evans and I are talking about whether or not a college degree is necessary for success, what steps to take daily in order to make a difference in your future, and advice on working through resentment.

 

Review of the Week: @sosweetshop: “I just wanted to say that episode 338 absolutely cracked me up! This is my favorite podcast. Every single awesome episode. Thank you Lori and Evans!”

 

@alacarpenco1 : “Is having a college degree necessary to be successful?”

 

@jojoknox2323 : “What is one step you can take each day to make a difference in your future?”

 

@andy_ruth : “I love helping others but when my DM and text get to be too much, I resent it. Advice?”


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Mar 18, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How Adam started spoken word poetry
  • Sharing his poetry
  • Judgement on himself and his writing
  • The vision stage + the creative process for Adam
  • Resetting the mindset you’re in
  • Turning something that isn’t working into an empowering belief
  • Hollowing out periods in life
  • Me stepping into my creative
  • What Adam is up to in his life outside of poetry
  • How Adam truly believes that anything is possible
  • Adam shares his spoken word poetry, You Are Who You Have Been Looking For

 

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Show Notes

I am beyond excited for you to hear today’s episode because I sat down with the incredible and transformational Adam Roa! Adam is committed to using creative energy to catalyze change on the planet, and he does so through a variety of artistic projects, sharing his learnings on his Youtube channel and podcast. Adam is on a quest to discover just what it means to be an empowered man, and is doing so with radical authenticity. Adam has served as an inspiration for me for quite some time now, and I know that in this episode he will move you in ways you didn’t think were possible.

 

Question Highlights:

  • Was there a period of time before you shared your poetry?
  • How did you keep writing without judgement?
  • How do you make your vision happen for you?
  • What advice do you have on resetting the space you’re in?
  • What belief do you create around something that isn’t happening to make it empowering?
  • What are all of the things you are doing right now?
  • Is there anything that’s coming up for you that you’d like to share?

 

Adam Roa is a transformational artist who is committed to using creative energy to catalyze change on the planet.  A modern day Renaissance man, Adam is constantly creating a variety of artistic projects, including conscious film, music, and spoken word poetry.  On a quest to discover what it means to be an empowered man, he is known for sharing his journey with radical authenticity on his reality-based Youtube show, "The Art of Choosing Love" as well as his podcast, "The Deep Dive with Adam Roa".


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Mar 14, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Quotes on fear
  • An inspiring SoulCycle experience I had
  • Giving myself the permission to push past the fear
  • Showing up to your vision

 

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Show Notes

FEAR. Let’s talk about it. If fear didn’t exist, I bet you that we all would be out there doing things that we WANT to be doing. We let fear guide us away from all of the things we want in life, and it’s about time we stop seeing it as something negative. Today I’m sharing how fear has held me back, and how I’m now using it as a positive tool to live the life I know I deserve. (And how you can, too!)


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Mar 13, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Some questionably awesome moments
  • Biggest takeaways from Bliss Project
  • If I’m going to write another book or not
  • Our thoughts on work / life balance

 

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Show Notes

Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! In today’s “questionably awesome” episode, Evans and I are talking about our biggest takeaways from Bliss Project 2019, if I’m going to write another book, and how to make a work/life balance achievable.

 

Review of the Week: @mel_yssa: “The past week’s Questionably Awesome episode 335 had me LITERALLY laughing out loud from the banter between Lori and Evans!!! In the mix of all the laughter and shenanigans, they always somehow find ways to drop some serious truth bombs and knowledge for their listeners. I always get excited when I see a new episode has been released and it goes to the top of m listening list! Thank you Lori and Evans for bringing laughter and enlightenment together in the form of an enjoyable and entertaining podcast.”

 

@jessicabrianne_: “Two biggest takeaways from Bliss?”

 

@jinelleanlea: “Are you going to write another book?”

 

@housecallswithnicole: “Is work/life balance truly achievable? How to make it happen?”


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Mar 11, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • The quiet power that Destinee holds
  • What Destinee does and how she got into it
  • Why Destinee was called to the “woo” entrepreneurs
  • The blocks her clients face + how Destinee helps
  • Skinny launching and who it’s for
  • How Destinee helps with the transitions of business
  • Destinee’s own inner work
  • Business coaching vs. life coaching
  • How Destinee manages it all
  • What has been coming up for Destinee
  • Adding more fun in her life

 

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Show Notes

I am thrilled to share today’s guest with you! Destinee Berman serves as an online launch manager for high level online entrepreneurs, and is a digital marketing visionary. Not only does Destinee help her clients been seen on a larger scale, but she truly helps them own their message. In this conversation, Destinee and I chat about owning your truth and incorporating that into whatever it is that you want to do. This episode is so amazing, and Destinee has so much knowledge– I know you’re going to love it!

 

Question Highlights:

  • Why were you called to help spiritual and holistic entrepreneurs?
  • What are the main blocks for your clients?
  • How do you help clients better manage their transitions?
  • Do you have anything you do to honor the difficult times?
  • What are your thoughts on business coach launches versus life coach launches?
  • How do you manage everything?
  • What’s the permission you need for yourself?

 

Destinee Berman has been called the strategist and “secret visionary” behind todayʼs most widely recognized online schools in the holistic coaching and mindfulness space.

Destinee specializes in helping spiritual practitioners get paid without selling out. She understands that many of them may shy away from charging for their spiritual and healing work, so she helps them grow their business in a way that is authentic, genuine, and most importantly, helps them serve even more people.

She has a deep understanding of digital marketing and launching through her 15 years in Silicon Valley managing clients like Twitter, HP, and Microsoft. Her consulting clients today include multiple six and seven figure online educators and healers, including clients like Stingʼs astrologer and bestselling authors who reach hundreds of thousands of followers.



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Mar 7, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Old default responses that lead to negotiating with yourself
  • The 80/20 rule
  • The need for perfection
  • Discipline habits
  • Stopping the internal arguments

 

Show Notes

Today I want to take some time to talk about something really important: the space between where you are and where you want to go. Each step of the process within this space is so different; from thinking about what you want, to planning what you want, creating a habit, and beyond. A lot of people, myself included, tend to get caught in this space and find themselves negotiating with their goals rather than working towards them. This episode intention is to help you recognize where you are negotiating with yourself, and inspire you to continue to push the needle in the direction of your goals.


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Mar 6, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Our favorite quotes of the moment
  • How Snacks, our resident squirrell, is doing
  • Keeping your mind and heart positive + peaceful
  • Ways to deal with negativity in your business
  • Misconceptions that others have of us

 

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Show Notes

Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! In today’s “questionably awesome” episode, Evans and I are talking about how we keep our minds and hearts peaceful, ways to deal with negativity, and misconceptions that others have of us.

 

Review of the Week: 1love444: “I love Lori’s podcasts for so many reasons. Not only does she pop on to share stories of success and failure, she reminds us constantly that there’s always time to be made for yourself (self-care) – which is so important in our technology obsessed, fast paced world. Thank you for all you do, Lori!

 

Question 1: @karenjanae: “What are your go to’s for keeping your mind and heart peaceful and positive?”

 

Question 2: @kspadalik: “How to deal with negativity in your business”

 

Question 3:

@Rebeccafalkner: “What has been a common misconception about you? (Now, or in the past)”


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Mar 4, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Moving to Hawaii and discovering new things
  • How manual therapy with Aaron works
  • Changes in his mentality he’s seen + shame
  • The topical layers we have and confront on our paths
  • Looking back at our journey to see how it’s all connected
  • What Aaron thinks pain actually is
  • Working with the beliefs of today
  • Making space in your day with things of value + noticing subconscious thoughts
  • Listening to the whispers + interrupting patterns
  • What’s most exciting for Aaron right now

 

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Show Notes

I am so happy to introduce today’s guest, Aaron Alexander! Aaron is a movement coach, manual therapist, fellow podcastor, and is the founder of the Align Method. The Align Method is a integrated approach to functional movement and self-care, and has helped THOUSANDS of people heal from pain and find health. I’ve been wanting to connect with Aaron for a while now, and in today’s conversation he taught me SO. MUCH. With Aaron, no topic is off-limits, and because of that, this conversation was so full of life. I know you’ll learn a lot from today’s episode!

 

Question Highlights:

  • Through the physical work you do, what have you seen change mentally?
  • Do you that we have to go through the difficulties in order to find out what our flow truly is for us?
  • What do you think pain really is?
  • How do you work with the beliefs around what people have come to believe in the world?
  • What’s the balance of doing too much and not enough?

 

Aaron Alexander CR, LMT is an accomplished manual therapist and movement coach with over 13 years of professional experience. He is the founder of the Align Method™, an integrated approach to functional movement and self-care that has helped thousands of people out of pain and into health. He hosts the top-rated Align Podcast featuring the biggest names in movement and wellness. Aaron’s clients include Hollywood celebrities, Olympic competitors, professional athletes and everyone in between. He teaches world-wide and resides in Venice, CA.


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Feb 28, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • A time where I was feeling disconnected
  • Equal energy exchange connection
  • Where we think our value comes from

 

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Show Notes

So many of us are confusing what connection actually means, leaving us feeling unfulfilled but not really understanding why. We crave connections... but are we confusing connection with coaching? In today’s quickie, I share my own personal journey through this feeling, and ways that I have worked through it.


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Feb 27, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Exciting news from Evans
  • What gives us hope in difficult times
  • The first team member I hired + the lesson I learned
  • Turning self-sabotage off + forgiving procrastination
  • Wisdom that has come through for us this week

 

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Show Notes

Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! In today’s “questionably awesome” episode, Evans is sharing some exciting news! The two of us also talk about what gives us hope in difficult times, the lesson I learned with my first hire, and turning off self-sabotage.

 

Review of the Week:

Desert-mama “Yesterday I had a Lori-a-thon and probably listened to like 5 podcasts. It was my soul food for the day, I laughed out loud to you and Evans (like I do every time!), I cried with Tracy O’Malley. She is such an amazing woman and her story speaks volumes on so many levels. Whenever I am needing some inspiration or some words of wisdom you are always here. Thank you! I feel like when I’m listening to you and Evans it’s like I’m in the room with two of my besties laughing along with you. I had the pleasure of meeting you last year at the women’s powerhouse event and I’ve been on board ever since. Best podcast ever!

 

Question 1: @heymadelyne: “What’s given you hope in your difficult moments (you know, the ones that feel hopeless)?”

 

Question 2: @meet_thefreemans: “What was your first team member to hire?”

 

Question 3: Alicia Carussi: “How do I turn off the self sabotaging and forgive the procrastination?”



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Feb 25, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • How Olivia and I connected
  • Where the name, VINA, came from + why it was created
  • How Hey! VINA works
  • Standing up for herself
  • The importance of human connection
  • The obstacle that Olivia is currently facing
  • Fears around loneliness
  • Turning envy into admiration
  • Seeking out specific friend groups
  • Lady bragging + why it’s important
  • The problems of privilege project that Olivia uses
  • Olivia and I share our lady brags

 

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Show Notes

If my message and book had a sister, she would absolutely be today’s guest! I am thrilled to share today’s episode with guest Olivia June, the founder and CEO of fried-finding app, Hey! VINA. Olivia is also the editor in chief of VINAZINE, and the brains behind LadyBrag.com, and her work has been featured in hundreds of popular media outlets. In her free time, Olivia volunteers as a mentor, empowering and inspiring young women in foster care. This episode will leave you feeling SO inspired and SO ready to connect with new people, I just can’t wait for you to give it a listen!

 

Question Highlights:

  • What is the story behind VINA?
  • What have you noticed in your life, through connection, how it’s affected this past year for you?
  • What is your biggest obstacle, and how are you going at it?
  • When you are looking for your life to go in a specific direction, do you seek out those types of people?
  • What do you think are some of the top blocks for women when it comes to connecting with other women?

 

Olivia June is the founder + CEO of Hey! VINA, the friend-finding app for women that connects, celebrates, and empowers women by helping them build their tribe, one right swipe at a time!

 

Launched in 2016, Hey! VINA has connected millions of women in 158 countries and is backed by Greylock, Tinder and NEA. Often referred to as the "Tinder for (girl) friends," Hey! VINA was named as a Best of 2017 by the App Store. Olivia is also the editor in chief of VINAZINE, a media outlet with stories and advice from and for women of the VINA community. In addition, she's the brains behind the LadyBrag.com platform, which encourages women to share their accomplishments.

 

A little background on Olivia's impressive career: She was the co-founder of the San Francisco wine events club, Ladies Who Vino, a community that's connected thousands of professional women over a glass of wine, and she spent and she spent six years in leadership of SparkSF, the largest philanthropic network of millennials investing in grassroots women’s organizations. Prior to dedicating herself full-time to empowering women around the world, she led community development at RocketSpace, held a marketing leadership position at General Assembly, and worked on the first American Bitcoin exchange, Tradehill. In her free time, she volunteers as a mentor to young women in the foster care system.

 

Olivia and her work have been featured in hundreds of media outlets including, ELLE, Cosmopolitan, Wired, The Atlantic, The Guardian, Paper Magazine, Glamour, Marie Claire, The Tyra Show, The Doctors, Fox News, Fast Company, Grazia, The Guardian, Refinery 29, HerCampus, Thrive Global, Vice, and many more


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