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Eudaemonia

Author: Kim Forrester

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Add a dose of goodness to your day and explore what it means to thrive in life. Kim Forrester interviews world-leading experts and takes a deep-dive into the characteristics and daily habits that can boost your physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being, and help you flourish.
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Carl Honoré is an award-winning writer, broadcaster and TED speaker. He is the voice of the global Slow Movement, and author of several best-sellers. including In Praise of Slow.  Carl’s message is simple but game-changing: To thrive in a fast world, you have to slow down. In this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Carl to discuss the art of slow living, and to explore how we can flourish when we enjoy life at its most fulfilling, most authentic pace. This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com. 
Belinda Kirk is a British explorer, author, and motivational speaker. Belinda is the founder of Explorers Connect, a social enterprise that connects people to opportunities for adventure and expedition, and she is the founding campaigner of the Adventure Revolution.  In this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Belinda about the importance of adventure, and discusses why it is that we thrive more when we embrace our discomfort zone and seek out challenge.This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com. 
Dr Ian D. Brooks is the CEO and Founder of Rhodes Smith LLC. Prior to starting Rhodes Smith, Ian spent 25 years improving individual stories within various Fortune 500 companies, either internally or as a consultant. Ian’s latest book is simply titled Intention. In this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Ian to talk about the importance of living with purpose and focusing our intention for positive transformation and greater well-being. This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com. 
Eboni Adams Monk is a Transformational Leader, author, Yoga Teacher, and wisdom-keeper. After immersing herself in indigenous cultural and spiritual traditions, Eboni became a strong advocate for the preservation of indigenous culture and philosophy. In this episode, Kim Forrester and Eboni discuss the inherent value of personal expansion and transformation, and explore how a willingness to grow is vital if we truly want to thrive. This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com. 
Daniel Munro is a Confidence Coach, best-selling author, and Director of both The Inspirational Lifestyle Ltd and The Brojo. His latest book is titled The Naked Truth: Using Shameless Honesty to Enhance Your Confidence, Connections and Integrity. In this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Dan about why integrity, truthfulness, and shameless honesty are vital elements of greater well-being and a thriving life. This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com. 
Madeleine Black is a Glasgow-based public speaker, courage cultivator and author of the memoir, Unbroken. Her personal story is one of sexual violence and trauma, and, ultimately, healing, forgiveness and profound personal courage. In this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Madeleine about what it means to cultivate courage and find the inner strength to heal, forgive, share our story, and thrive. This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com. 
Professor Richard Kearney holds the Charles B. Seelig Chair of Philosophy at Boston College and is international co-director of the Guestbook Project, which promotes peace through storytelling. He is the author of over 25 books on European philosophy and literature, including his latest title, Touch: Recovering Our Most Vital Sense. In this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Richard about the power of touch, embodiment, and physical connection in a flourishing life. This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com. 
Shannon Hayes is a sustainable farmer, entrepreneur, author, café owner, and CEO of Sap Bush Hollow Farm in New York State, USA. She is the author of several popular books, including her latest title, Redefining Rich. In this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Shannon to explore what it really means to prosper in life and to learn how we each make better choices to invite true wealth into our lives and our world. This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com. 
Dr Dawna Markova is co-founder of the Random Acts of Kindness movement and the Worldwide Women’s Web, a former senior research affiliate of the Organizational Learning Center at MIT, and author of a treasure trove of books including, I Will Not Die an Unlived Life, and her latest title, Living a Loved Life: Awakening Wisdom Through Stories of Inspiration, Challenge and Possibility. In this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Dawna, to explore how we can harness an authentic sense of purpose, momentum, and passion to live a more flourishing life. This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com. 
Scarlett Lewis is a mother, accomplished artist, and founder of the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement, which she created in honour of her son who was killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre of December 2012. Scarlett is the author of Nurturing, Healing Love: A Mother’s Journey of Hope and Forgiveness. In this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Scarlett to explore how we can each amplify peace, embrace compassion, and consciously choose love in our lives and our world. This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com. 
Fabiana Fondevila is an Argentinian writer, speaker, ritual maker and teacher, helping individuals bring forth their best selves with wonder and enthusiasm. Fabiana’s new book is titled, Where Wonder Lives. Practices for Cultivating the Sacred in Your Daily Life. In this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Fabiana to discuss the power of amazement and awe, and to learn how a sense of wonder can help us flourish in life. This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com. 
Polly Campbell is an author, podcaster, and speaker who writes and talks about practical personal development, delivering science-based strategies and research in a down-to-earth style. Polly’s fourth book is entitled You, Recharged. In this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Polly about the importance of vitality and explores the ways we can each recharge, revitalise, and reinvigorate our zest for life. This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com. 
Mike Fairclough is an internationally acclaimed educator and is regarded as a thought-leader in the field of character education. He is the author of two books, including the newly released 'Wild Thing: Embracing Childhood Traits in Adulthood for a Happier, More Carefree Life'.  In this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Mike about how we can boost our well-being by embracing play, imagination, and a child-like enthusiasm for life. This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com. 
Kute Blackson is a beloved inspirational speaker and transformational teacher. He is author of the bestselling book, You.Are.The.One., and the newly released title, The Magic of Surrender.  On this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Kute about the profound power of surrender, and explores how we can live more flourishing lives by learning to ‘let go’. This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com. 
Dr. Nicole Avena is a research neuroscientist and a pioneer in the field of food addiction. She is the author of several powerful books including Why Diets Fail, and her brand new title, What to Eat When You Want to Get Pregnant.  On this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Nicole about nutrition, and learns how we can best nourish our bodies, boost our brains, and super-charge our sense of health and well-being.This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com. 
Laura Tremaine is a Los Angeles-based writer and podcaster. In her blog posts and on her podcast, 10 Things To Tell You, Laura introduces topics that help women connect more deeply with others. Laura has just released her first book Share Your Stuff. I'll Go First. On this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Laura to explore how we can live happier, healthier lives by embracing vulnerability, openness, and a willingness to share. This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com.
Phyllis Kahaney and Rachel Epstein are both leaders in the field of mental imagery and visualisation therapy, and co-authors of the new book, Reversing the Trauma of War. On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Phyllis and Rachel to discuss the healing power of mental imagery, and to explore how visualisation can set us free from the past and help us live a more present, more fulfilling life.  *This episode concludes with a free mental imagery practice.*This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com.
Giovanni Dienstmann is an international author, meditation teacher, and self-discipline coach. He is trained in a wide range of modalities, including mindfulness, Zen Buddhism, and Mantra Yoga, and he is the author of the best-selling book, Practical Meditation. On this episode, Kim Forrester and Giovanni explore the concept of self-discipline and discuss why an unwavering commitment to our authentic goals and values is vital, if we truly want to thrive. This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com.
Rabbi Simon Jacobson is considered one of the greatest scholars and most sought-after speakers in the Jewish world. He is the author of the best-seller, Toward a Meaningful Life, and Founding Dean of The Meaningful Life Center. On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Rabbi Jacobson to explore the concept of a meaningful life, and to learn why nourishment of the soul is vital if we want a flourishing life and a thriving society. This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com.
Alanna Fincke is an integrative health coach, resilience expert, and Senior VP and Director of Content at meQuilibrium. Alanna’s focus is on making the sciences of resilience and cognitive behavioural therapy accessible and understandable for everyone. On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Alanna to explore the topic of energy and to discuss how we can each boost our natural vitality for a truly thriving life. This episode is made with love and without expectation. If you like what you hear, you may consider supporting Kim's work at buymeacoffee.com.
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Todd Forrester

An excellent and inspiring podcast on leadership.

Mar 7th
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