During this fast episode Lauri takes us through an exploration of the basic principles of creation or manifestation and explains the vibration that is created by different types of emotions. She also talks about unhappiness and it’s connection to our own uniqueness and SELF. In today’s world many of us show up in a costume day in and day out which places us in a contraction mode in which we are limited by what we can achieve, experience and feel. Lauri explores the 4 mindsets that keep you in “costume” and prevent you from being all you can be.
Lauri has been on a conscious awakened path for the past 11 years. From which she has created my own JOB (joy-of-being), expanding from a place of difficulty to one of flow and freedom.
Stephen and Loura explore two main takeaways from John’s episode and how they have played out in their careers:
They also talk about the importance of unpredictability in creating engagement and how little many “big” decisions really are in life.
John Mancuso, founder of JWM Wellness, has passionately been influencing people's wellness for over 12 years. Specializing in large group training, John will talk with us about building your community being authentic & consistent during these ever--changing times.
John shares his journey from a career with no passion to finding the place where he is a catalyst to help people be the best they can be. He shares how he has learned to take advantage of perceived setbacks like layoffs and pandemics to improve himself and his business. John talks about the importance of will power and why power and how consistency and commitment are the foundations of any type of success.
Both Loura and Stephen share their takeaways from the episode with Brandon including the importance of always being a beginner and how learning better active patience is serving them well.
Brandon Helm is a native of the Midwest and has spent the last 18 years living in Colorado Springs managing Community Associations. Brandon currently manages a large-scale community with more than 2,000 homes. Brandon has a wife of 18 years, Kelly and a 14 year old daughter and 12 year old son
Loura and Stephen discuss their takeaways from the prior episode with Alon Ozery. They talk about their paths to learning their true selves and ways they have learned to use and deal with ego.
Having built one of the most successful bakeries in North America, Alon Ozery shares his journey with us. He discusses the importance of continued self growth and how getting through the murky unknown allows you to say ‘It’s all okay’!
Loura and Stephen discuss their takeaways from the prior episode with Julianna. They share: 10 how her insights related to mindfulness have been instrumental in their lives; 2) whether the quote: “Your always in freefall and there is no ground” is inspirational to them and 3) how they’ve used awareness to help untangle the constrictions that impact the ability to follow your gut.