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Boldly honest insights, inspiring life advice, wisdom, and mentorship from someone who thrives despite a devastating past. Hear jaw-dropping stories, lessons learned, occasional salty rants, with refreshing perspectives that will improve your own life and the world around you. BOLD PERSPECTIVES is a podcast for those seeking to live a better life and make the world a better place. Hosted by SAMANTHA POSTMAN, gain real and relevant knowledge, insight and a completely out-of-the-box perspective on how to shift your beliefs about relationships, parenting, work-life, and communities.


Samantha is flipping the format, letting her guests interview her on the spot, giving them free access to her mind! This results in unscripted conversations full of wisdom, authenticity, and discovery! Success depends on an openness to learn, problem-solve, and make better decisions. In fact, the quality of your future life depends on how you react to new information.


Tune in to BOLD PERSPECTIVES to learn and build skills of awareness to become the problem solver others look to. Samantha Postman is an avid storyteller, TEDx speaker, passionate learner, teacher, deep thinker, observer, traveler, blogger, CEO, entrepreneur, life and business coach, tax expert, farm wife of over 27 years, and a proud mother of three thriving young adults.


Samantha’s life has not been simple or easy. At age of 10, she lost her beloved stepfather in a 7-car pile-up just 3 days before Christmas. She suffered severe bullying in school, death threats, and even lost her sister to a lifelong battle with drug addiction. At 35, in the prime of her life, she was struck down by a crippling disease that forced her to close her successful tax consultancy and give up all of her precious life-giving activities. It took years to heal physically, emotionally, and spiritually. With over 30 years of diverse volunteerism, she credits the charitable sector with helping her thrive despite her broken past. Not only is she a seasoned survivor of these so many personal and professional tragedies, she has leveraged her tenaciousness to become an advocate for many.


Samantha is vibrant, innovative, inspiring, and resilient. She has travelled extensively, intimately connecting with individuals of diverse backgrounds, cultures, beliefs, and social and economic backgrounds, meeting people where they are to create interpersonal connections with a positive collective impact on each other’s lives. Her ability to connect with people in a genuine way makes her a beloved friend and leader. Samantha’s ability to motivate and empower others, combined with her powerful mind, compassion, testimonies, experience, curiosity, education, and vast array of acquired skills give her the unique ability to lead and inspire others.


She is the Founder and CEO of SmartArrow, Inc., an ideation, innovation, and product development company specializing in cross-sector solutions. Samantha is a partner in a multi-grain farm with her husband, co-managing operations and heading up finances. Before, she owned a tax consultancy, where she worked intimately with a multitude of diverse people providing her a familiarity of a wide range of industries and organizations. It’s where she has seen and heard it all - from foolish to wise, young to old, poor to rich, divorced to married. Now, having been through the toughest life, survived, and thrived, Samantha is on a mission to help you improve your own life.


BOLD PERSPECTIVES is not your usual transformational and self-development podcast.


Discover life-changing solutions to success and well-being that took Samantha a lifetime to learn, test, and refine.


Tune in and join Samantha as together, you will discover, explore, and grow your personal and professional self through bold perspectives. Subscribe and get ready to improve your life.


Transcripts @ https://samanthapostman.com

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Your perspective isn’t the only one out there. Understanding that and knowing how to shift your perspective in order to relate and connect with other people is very important. In this episode, Samantha Postman continues her conversation with Tre Ammatuna, frontend engineer at Amazon Web Services, as they share their thoughts on perspective shifting and how it connects to each of their fields. Samantha uses her background in photography to explain the value of having multiple perspectives and why it empowers diversity of thought and practices empathy. Tre, likewise, shares how learning how to shift and recalibrate at a moment’s notice is vital both in software development and life in general. Samantha also gives real-life examples on how perspective shifting can better not only one-on-one communication but can even extend to how we create systems and build stadiums. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!http://samanthapostman.comJoin the Samantha's Community today:Samantha Postman TwitterSamantha Postman LinkedinSamantha Postman YouTubeLife-Changing Writing Course Ship 30 for 30(Promo: $100 off enrollment with this link)
Refining your message so that you can get it across is very important. This is why Twitter requires 250 words so that people don't just start rambling. You need to clearly get out there so that you can get proper feedback. Join your host, Samantha Postman, and her friend Tre Ammatuna in a conversation about refining your message and connecting with people. Tre is a software engineer at Amazon AWS and he believes that receiving the proper feedback is everything. Listen to the conversation and how it's important to really refine your message. So join in as Samantha talks about the energies of life, the rhythm of music, and much more.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!http://samanthapostman.comJoin the Samantha's Community today:Samantha Postman TwitterSamantha Postman LinkedinSamantha Postman YouTubeLife-Changing Writing Course Ship 30 for 30(Promo: $100 off enrollment with this link)
Mentoring the next generation can be a difficult but uplifting experience. In this episode, we discover mentorship insights and experiences as our host, Samantha Postman, sits down for a talk with Justin Furtado, Co-Founder and Captain of Empowerment at EmPact. Samantha and Justin talk about mentorship, what they learned as both mentor and mentee, and paying it forward. A discussion on teachability and reciprocation is also featured in this conversation. Here is a great-jumping off episode, especially for listeners who wish to develop their mentorship skills. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!http://samanthapostman.comJoin the Samantha's Community today:Samantha Postman TwitterSamantha Postman LinkedinSamantha Postman YouTubeLife-Changing Writing Course Ship 30 for 30(Promo: $100 off enrollment with this link)
Drug addiction kills not only your body from the inside but also hits your mental capabilities in the most severe ways. As it pushes your life into further crumbling, so are the lives of the people around you. In this second part of her conversation with David Kimbell, Samantha Postman turns the tables to share the life of one of her most beloved persons in the world: her sister. She looks back on the crazy coincidences that led her to this sibling from a different mother. Samantha reflects on helping her sister with drug addiction, whose life ended in the most depressing way. She also shares the lessons from this meaningful phase in her life, from responsible parenting, the dangers of comparison, to the power of healing that leads to self-growth.LLove the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!http://samanthapostman.comJoin the Samantha's Community today:Samantha Postman TwitterSamantha Postman LinkedinSamantha Postman YouTubeLife-Changing Writing Course Ship 30 for 30(Promo: $100 off enrollment with this link)
With the human mind being bombarded with different beliefs and opinions here and there, it's all up to you to determine how to manage them. By gaining better perspectives on every topic out there, you can achieve better decision-making and critical thinking skills. Joining Samantha Postman for a diverse discussion about the most important issues is David Kimbell. Together, they determine the right time and place to use labels, as well as how the admirable #MeToo Movement gave birth to a dreadful monster. David and Samantha also dissect today's public school system, explaining the lasting impact of age group segregation and shared language on kids. Samantha even shares her passion for photography and how it opened her eyes to appreciating life's beauty, which is best seen at 10D/HDR. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Transcriptions @ http://samanthapostman.com. Join the Samantha's Community today:Samantha Postman TwitterSamantha Postman LinkedinSamantha Postman YouTubeLife-Changing Writing Course Ship 30 for 30(Promo: $100 off enrollment with this link)
What is writing if not expression? Get ready to hear a bold perspective that would have writing redefined as something beyond just scribbling words or typing letters on sheets of paper. Frustrated by her inability to type her thoughts efficiently in a writing exercise, Samantha Postman thought of doing something unique that would lead her to an epiphany about the art and action of expression. Struck by the profoundness of these realizations, Samantha gets bravely vulnerable in sharing her journal with us in this episode. A journal is private and sacred, but Samantha believes that this one has something to teach all of us. Listen in and be inspired to take your expression to the next level. Look up Roam Research to learn more about the app she uses to journal. Skip to 12:28 to hear just the audio journaling.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Transcripts available @ http://samanthapostman.comJoin the Samantha's Community today:Samantha Postman TwitterSamantha Postman LinkedinSamantha Postman YouTubeLife-Changing Writing Course Ship 30 for 30(Promo: $100 off enrollment with this link)
People often ask Samantha how she has done it all and well. For the overachievers and the ambitious, she shares tips on how she accomplished so much, developed a life-long marriage and raised 3 thriving young adults. Remember, we only have a limited time on this Earth. So how can we do it all in our lifetime? Samantha Postman ponders on this question and provides three tips that can help you live your best life. She shares some of her personal experiences that helped her realize the important things in life, how always looking forward and not looking back took her to where she is now. We can never take back wasted time. We have to live every moment like it is our last. Listen to what Samantha has to say as she guides you to do it all. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Transcripts available @ http://samanthapostman.comJoin the Samantha's Online Community today:Samantha Postman TwitterSamantha Postman LinkedinSamantha Postman YouTubeLife-Changing Writing Course Ship 30 for 30(Promo: $100 off enrollment with this link)
When you put things to paper, it is said that you remember them better, especially if you’re a visual person. From a therapeutic standpoint, this allows you to see things better—even emotions or words that can sometimes be hard to grasp. Samantha Postman finds drawing and photography as some kind of therapy for herself. Still with Dr. Ayomide Adebayo, they pick up from where they left off in this third part of their special series by discussing how drawing and photography allow us to process things better from seeing them in a different light. What is more, they also talk about how we magnify the very people who have contributed to who we have become. Join Samantha and Dr. Adebayo as they take us through their thoughts and wisdom on life and expressing it in ways that are natural to who we are.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Transcripts available @ http://samanthapostman.com
We have always been told to identify our strengths and weaknesses and work on those weaknesses to become a well-rounded person. But isn’t that an exhausting way to do things? Wouldn’t it be better to focus on our strengths instead? Samantha Postman shares this epiphany of hers with Dr. Ayomide Adebayo in this second part of their conversation, which also leads to a number of very interesting deep dives. Among other topics, you’d be amazed just how much a tax accountant like Samantha has in common with a psychologist like Dr. Ayomide. They also talk about cultural metaphors, relationships, and so much more! Join in for a fascinating conversation that opens your eyes to a slew of bold perspectives on things that really matter.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Transcripts available @ http://samanthapostman.comJoin the Samantha's Online Community today:Samantha Postman TwitterSamantha Postman LinkedinSamantha Postman YouTubeLife-Changing Writing Course Ship 30 for 30(Promo: $100 off enrollment with this link)
Be enriched from Samantha Postman’s conversation with Dr. Ayomide Adebayo as they enjoy a very raw conversation about culture, mentorship and diversity. Dr. Ayomide is a Nigerian psychiatrist who works in England and he joins Samantha to share his thoughts on very diverse topics. Samantha starts by talking about her tax accountant journey and how not a lot of people realize that there’s psychiatry in this type of work. She opens up about writing and posting about the MeToo Movement on her twitter and sparking up a conversation to her connections on social media. They also talk about mentorship and how people, especially women in corporations are afraid to mention mentorship and what we should be doing about it. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Transcripts available @ http://samanthapostman.comJoin the Samantha's Online Community today:Samantha Postman TwitterSamantha Postman LinkedinSamantha Postman YouTubeLife-Changing Writing Course Ship 30 for 30(Promo: $100 off enrollment with this link)Join the Samantha's Online Community today:Samantha Postman TwitterSamantha Postman LinkedinSamantha Postman YouTubeLife-Changing Writing Course Ship 30 for 30(Promo: $100 off enrollment with this link)
In this final lap of Samantha Postman’s conversation with Casey Juanxi Li, they finally get into Casey’s cool initiative called Podding Labs, a cross-promotion community that connects indie podcasters with each other so that they can get the tools they need to thrive so that they can rock at what they want to do. Why did Casey choose creating a platform like Podding Labs instead of starting a podcast on her own? What does creative vision mean to her and how does this initiative fit into it? Tune in to learn more.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Transcripts available @ http://samanthapostman.comJoin the Samantha's Online Community today:Samantha Postman TwitterSamantha Postman LinkedinSamantha Postman YouTubeLife-Changing Writing Course Ship 30 for 30(Promo: $100 off enrollment with this link)
We live in a society where changing direction in the face of insurmountable odds is seen as quitting or being a failure. But when you come to think about it, isn’t that a smart move? When everything is stacked up against you and there is no way you can succeed while following the same path, then it is time to pivot. As Casey Juanxi Li says, “There is no point in beating your head against a wall or going up the path of most resistance.” Continuing with this conversation, Samantha Postman elaborates on how pivoting has figured throughout her journey. Samantha and Casey also explore other interesting topics, including generational issues, finding your podcast niche, how to have good discussions and more. Listen in and treat yourself with an overflowing amount of bold perspectives that might just make your day.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Transcripts available @ http://samanthapostman.comJoin the Samantha's Online Community today:Samantha Postman TwitterSamantha Postman LinkedinSamantha Postman YouTubeLife-Changing Writing Course Ship 30 for 30(Promo: $100 off enrollment with this link)
Did you know that a very large proportion of podcasters have less than a thousand listeners? It makes you wonder why someone would pick a format that has requires quite a bit of work and commitment for a not-so-wide reach. Samantha Postman knows there is so much more to podcasting that meets the surface, as she shares with her guest, Casey Juanxi Li. Flipping the usual interview format, Samantha shares with Casey why she thinks podcasting is the most efficient way to repurpose content into multiple channels and platforms while really only doing the work for one. They also share their bold perspectives around remote work, the limited opportunities for women to grow, redefining the concepts of career and progress, and more. Stay tuned for some absolutely valuable nuggets from this conversation.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Transcripts available @  http://samanthapostman.comJoin the Samantha's Online Community today:Samantha Postman TwitterSamantha Postman LinkedinSamantha Postman YouTubeLife-Changing Writing Course Ship 30 for 30(Promo: $100 off enrollment with this link)
Being bold is a prerequisite to success. After all, we thrive when we learn to overcome the tough aspects of life. If you are seeking life-changing knowledge so you can live boldly and fearlessly, then you are in the right place! Samantha Postman welcomes you to the Bold Perspectives Podcast, where she gathers bold and diverse insights and experiences that can show you how to be happier, healthier, and live better. Join her in this pilot episode to find out the exciting things coming your way!  Transcripts available @ http://samanthapostman.comJoin the Samantha's Online Community today:Samantha Postman TwitterSamantha Postman LinkedinSamantha Postman YouTubeLife-Changing Writing Course Ship 30 for 30(Promo: $100 off enrollment with this link)
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