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Are you on a JOURNEY?   What's your relationship between your body, your mind and food? Are you working through challenges related to food, health and body image?  Society and social media send mixed messages that can impact our mindset and behavior.  JULIE BOUCHE has traveled this journey. and now helps others. JULIE is an Intuitive Eating Coach and Tiny Habits Certified Coach.  She helps people interested in transforming their mind, body and relationship with food.  Julie uses an intuitive, integrated approach to help others understand what to do when things get hard.  Our bodies know what we need......we're born that way.  We know what we need as babies... we cry when we're hungry, we stop when we're full.   We intuitively know what our body is asking us for. At some point in the process, we lose that.  Whether it's conditioning, or whether its family habits, or whatever it is...we lose that ability to kind of sense what our body wants and needs, and to respect it.  Intuitive eating is about coming back to us, coming back to ourselves.  Julie's Bio: Julie Bouche is an author (The Journey Blueprint), teacher (writing and literature), and all-around learning nerd.  Her own journeys have led her to becoming yoga, meditation, Intuitive Eating, embodiment (and a few more!) certified so she can share what has changed her life for the better.  Drawing from her time in the classroom, raising six kids, working in residential treatment, owning a small yoga studio, living in foreign countries, and life taking her in a completely different direction than she thought, Julie brings to any conversation an ability to get to the core of the issue and find the “and” behind the “either/or.”  As a student of journeys and the experiences that we have that are both unique and universal, her goal is to help support people in finding an empowered relationship with the process and framework of journeys and then begin creating the life they've longed for but couldn't seem to find.She can be contacted at julie@thejourneyblueprint.com.  Buy the book on Amazon or visit thejourneyblueprint.com.Tiny Habits & Strengths - Entrepreneurs Includes CliftonStrengths Managers Assessment + Tiny Habits TrainingSupport the show
JUNI FELIX was born into a whirlwind of trauma, abuse and poverty.    Her mother was adopted from Tokyo when she was 4 years old.  Juni says her mother never healed from her adoption abandonment wound.   She watched her Mom struggle with loss her entire life. Juni spent her entire childhood on suicide watch over her mother.   Today, Juni Felix is an advocate and champion for mental health, helping others begin their own healing journey.  JUNI calls trauma 'bad code in the brain." During our interview, Juni talks about her mother's death, her own sugar addition and lifelong healing journey.  Her story was featured in BJ Fogg's bestselling book, Tiny Habits:  The Small Changes that Change Everything. Juni is the bestselling author of You are Worth the Work – Moving Forward from Trauma to Faith, a member of Dr. BJ Fogg’s (Stanford University) Behavior Design Teaching Team, a C.S. Lewis Institute Fellow, speaker, radio and podcast host. In her spare time, she’s a distance runner, video gamer and sci-fi movie buff.  Juni's motto is “Kindness is a superpower”  She offers the following guidance: Be kind to yourselfSpeak the truth Learn who you areCelebrate your healing journeyAs a woman of faith, Juni explains that God is a 'systems guy."  Juni has offered our listeners “The Gift of Sorrow” eBook as a free gift.  The Password for the gift is FAITHFUL1Reach out to Juni Felix for more information or to volunteer to be a mentor.  Tiny Habits & Strengths - Entrepreneurs Includes CliftonStrengths Managers Assessment + Tiny Habits TrainingSupport the show
Yolanda J Nagy is the founder of Eatin' and Sippin' Locally LLC.  She's a Farmers Market Consultant and Social Media Manager.   A native Austinite, Yolanda showcases the best Texas markets, vendors and helps them build their business.  She also writes for Edible Austin, a magazine dedicated to the Austin local scene.    Yolanda helps Farmers Markets and vendors connect with their customers through social media. Her podcast, Eatin' and Sippin' Locally, features local farmers' markets and shopping tips.I had a great time talking with Yolanda.  We discussed her journey and how she helps entrepreneurs succeed.  Her message is Dream Big, Sell More, Eat Local.  During our interview, you'll hear the ice cream man drive by.... he's a regular in the neighborhood every Wednesday .  You can find out more information about Yolanda below: https://linktr.ee/eatinandsippinlocally www.eatinandsippinglocally.comOnline Course Learn Your Strengths & Create Tiny Habits for Success. Includes CliftonStrengths Top 5 Assessment +Support the show
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Mother's Day SpotlightOn this episode, I'm super excited to share this interview with my MOM - Joan (pronounced Jo Ann).   She talks about what it was like to be a woman in the 1950's.  During our conversation, Mom and I discuss the importance of family, travel, love and the power of choice.   Resilient My folks were from Cedar Rapids, Iowa and met in high school.  They started out with little money, worked hard and had to start over again in their 60's.   I've always admired their resilience.  CharacterI asked Mom to share some wisdom for her 5 grandchildren.   "If my grandchildren realized how important it is to be honest and decent, then that will get you through everything. ....""You are known by the friends you keep." "Don't hide your light under a bushel." Relationships"Every couple remembers the time that they fell in love.  It's always just a moment in time.'" For my Mom and Dad, their moment was at the top of a carnival Ferris wheel. You'll hear her relive the story.      "I remember the touch, the colors, the lights.."   "It just happens.." Tiny Habits & Strengths - Entrepreneurs Includes CliftonStrengths Managers Assessment + Tiny Habits TrainingSupport the show
Mom, Fitness Expert, Tiny Habits Coach Brittany Power is a powerful woman.  She is a mom of six ---3 sons from a previous marriage, 2 stepdaughters & a toddler.   Throughout her life, Brittany has used her struggles as life lessons. A Leukemia cancer survivor, she experienced the life changing loss of her younger brother and watched her Dad disintegrate from Alzheimer’s.   Brittany knows life is tough but women are tougher. Her success started with a rock bottom moment that was transformed because of habits & resilience. You'll hear more in our conversation.  You might want to take some notes. According to Brittany, PINK SPRINKLED DONUTS are a lot like LIFE. TINY HABITS FOR MOMSBrittany and her Mom, Linda Fogg-Phillips, created the course  Tiny Habits for Moms.   As a mother of 8 children, Linda knows how to design systems that work.   Brittany and Linda will teach you effective strategies you can use immediately.   In their course you'll learn:How to design habits that stick in 5-7 daysWhat has been successful for other moms in the top 7 areas you juggle as a momFun ways to teach your kids behavior changeYou can learn more about Brittany here.  Buy BJ Fogg's book - Tiny Habits: The Small Changes that Change EverythingTiny Habits & Strengths - Entrepreneurs Includes CliftonStrengths Managers Assessment + Tiny Habits TrainingSupport the show
Do you struggle with sugar?  Are you on a journey to live a healthier life?   This is the interview for you.   On this episode I talk with Certified Tiny Habits Coaches Andrea Spyros and Juni Felix. Juni Felix is a bestselling author of You are Worth the Work – Moving Forward from Trauma to Faith.  She's a member of Dr. BJ Fogg’s Stanford University Behavior Design Teaching Team, a C.S. Lewis Institute Fellow, and a radio and podcast host.Learn more about Juni at junifelix.com.   Behavior Design expert Andrea Spyros shows leaders and their teams a simple, science-based system to solve challenges with ease. Her keynotes and workshops help organizations break through the Myth of Motivation to see real results. Contact Andrea at Andrea.Spyros@TinyHabitsCoach.com and learn more on her website: AndreaSpyros.com Check out Juni & Andrea's new online course -    Tiny Habits for Sugar Free Living They'll help you create a Sugar Free Master Plan using an internationally proven method for behavior change called 'Tiny Habits.' I also recommend you buy BJ Fogg's book:  Tiny Habits: The Small Changes that Change EverythingTiny Habits & Strengths - Entrepreneurs Includes CliftonStrengths Managers Assessment + Tiny Habits TrainingSupport the show
Maci Wescott is a digital marketer and messaging strategist who brings words and solutions together like magic.  She works with clients on their copy, brand and launch planning.  I've experienced Maci's expertise first hand.   Maci dives deep to get to know her client and their business.  But that's not where she started.   Listen in and you'll hear how Maci took an unpaid internship that changed her career.  Since taking that leap, Maci has worked on more than 200 launches, some resulting in multiple six-figure success for her clients.  Her secret sauce is making sure  brand, values, and offers all align.What makes Maci super savvy is her understanding of her own strengths and how to leverage them for her clients and their businesses.  She learned about her natural talents by taking the Gallup CliftonStrengths assessment.  Maci helps entrepreneurs develop their brand ethos, create evocative messaging and refine their offers for maximum impact.  You can connect with Maci at: https://www.maciwescott.com/Tiny Habits & Strengths - Entrepreneurs Includes CliftonStrengths Managers Assessment + Tiny Habits TrainingSupport the show
Listen in as three good friends meet over margaritas and talk about family and the meaning of friendship. I've wanted to do an interview with my two friends - Wendy Conklin and Grace Capwell - for some time.  Wendy is the founder of Chair Whimsy.   Grace Capwell is a strategic communications leader.   Over the years we've shared our experiences as women......moms, wives, daughters, aunts and sisters.  We're all different ages and in various stages of our lives.   We met when our children were young and have been friends for years.   Wendy, Grace and I sat around the dining room table and shared dinner, margaritas and stories about friendship.   And yes, we laughed a lot.   Key Take AwaysGood friends happen when you least expect it. Be open to the possibilityYou don't need a lot of friends, one or two is all you needMake friends with  interesting people who are doers, go-gettersBe honest with your friends, tell them the pains not just the 'good' stuffLook for people who are real, down-to-earth and will meet you in the trenches Keep struggling until you find deep, lifelong friendshipsI'd love to hear your feedback about this episode.  You can connect with me via email at drjudyoskam@gmail.com.  www.judyoskam.com Tiny Habits & Strengths - Entrepreneurs Includes CliftonStrengths Managers Assessment + Tiny Habits TrainingSupport the show
Travel - Just do itTalking with Lea Lane is like having coffee or a glass of wine with a dear friend.  Interesting, educational and just plain fun. Over the years, Lea's been to more than 100 countries. During the pandemic she started her award-winning podcast, Places I Remember with Lea Lane.    Lea Lane has written more than a thousand travel pieces and columns, and contributed to Fodor’s guidebooks and Unofficial Guides. She’s authored eight books, including award-winners Solo Traveler,  Travel Tales I Couldn’t Put in the Guidebooks, and Places I Remember: Tales, Truths, Delights from 100 Countries.  I know that Lea has so many stories to share - which means I need to do a follow-up interview or meet her somewhere on the road.  I've got so many questions about how she navigated life as a wife, mother, communications professional, writer and now starting a podcast and Youtube channel......as she turns 80 years old!   I love this. Habits that work for Lea:  Work in the earlier part of the dayBalance your work and life (her computer is always nearby!)Stay curious Quotes:  People around the world are the same and can be a little different too.... we all love and care but we have little cultural differences.   Some of us have more luck than others, we were born in the right time and the right place.  So many times I have seen people who have been through many wars and many famines and this sort of thing and they're just like I am, they're  just not lucky and it makes you a better person if you realize this.   Prioritize what you want to do.  If you're comfortable, do it.  Realize that time is short - so find a way to get out and go.  Find someone to travel with or travel on your own. You can buy Lea's book - Place I Remember:  Tales, Truths and Delights from 100 Countries, on Amazon. Places I Remember with Lea Lane - Podcast Lea's Blog - Places I RememberLea Lane's column in ForbesBio InfoOnline Course Learn Your Strengths & Create Tiny Habits for Success. Includes CliftonStrengths Top 5 Assessment +Support the show
I'm honored to share this interview with my Texas State University colleague Dr. Cassandra LeClair.  She's an author, professor, communication consultant, and motivational speaker. Dr. LeClair's story is powerful. For many years as a child, Cassandra was the victim of sexual abuse.  For decades, she never told a soul. She shares the heartbreaking story of her abuse in her book Being Whole: Healing from Trauma and Reclaiming My Voice.Cassandra's mission is to educate individuals about how to have effective and healthy communication to enhance their relationships. She works to help others gain understanding of their communication practices to improve their connections with friends and family members, in the workplace, and beyond.In April 2018, Dr. Cassandra LeClair survived a car crash that not only broad-sided her daily existence, it sent her careening back to childhood trauma.  The car crash was the just the catalyst - the beginning of her journey to reclaim her voice.  Dr. LeClair spent her days teaching others to communicate effectively and share their stories all while keeping a devastating secret that prevented her from feeling truly whole and living an authentic existence. Check out Being Whole with Dr. Cassandra LeClair on your favorite podcast player.    You can buy Cassandra's book, Being Whole: Healing from Trauma and Reclaiming My Voice, here.  https://cassandraleclair.com/Tiny Habits & Strengths - Entrepreneurs Includes CliftonStrengths Top 5 Assessment + Tiny Habits MethodSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/storiesofchange)
 Pivot  (verb)     to make a significant change in position, strategy, or processOn this episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing Personal and Professional Development Coach Pam Danyluk from her office in Canada. Pam Danyluk is an engineer-turned-coach, with a life story full of pivots.Her personal experience with CliftonStrengths shifted the way she approaches not only her career, but the rest of her life as well.In addition to coaching individuals and teams, Pam has helped hundreds recognize and appreciate their innate talent through facilitating CliftonStrengths workshops, webinars, university lectures and group coaching sessions.Through her coaching practice - Awareness in Bloom - she uses her training and life experiences to help people transform their lives both personally and professionally.SPECIAL OFFER:   Connect with Pam for a FREE coaching session.  https://www.awarenessinbloom.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/pamela-danyluk/Tiny Habits & Strengths - Entrepreneurs Includes CliftonStrengths Managers Assessment + Tiny Habits TrainingSupport the show
Do you want to improve your public speaking skills?  In this episode, you'll learn 5 simple tips to help you become a more effective communicator.  Andrea Spyros, Behavior Design expert and Tiny Habits Certified Coach, shows leaders and their teams a simple, science-based system to solve challenges with ease. Her keynotes and workshops help organizations break through the Myth of Motivation to see real results in all areas of operation. Andy talked about her entrepreneurial journey and how she builds community in our season 2 interview (episode 34).  Because she's a professional speaker, I asked Andy to share some strategy about public speaking.  Practice Andy's tips and you'll most certainly improve your public speaking skills and increase your confidence.  #100%When she's not practicing her presentations, you can find Andrea Spyros painting, playing bass guitar, or amusing her friends with geeky math jokes. Contact Andrea at Andrea.Spyros@TinyHabitsCoach.com and learn more on her website: AndreaSpyros.comTiny Habits & Strengths - Entrepreneurs Includes CliftonStrengths Top 5 Assessment + Tiny Habits MethodSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/storiesofchange)
Adoption, Culture and FamilyOn this episode I was honored to interview Natalie Pappas.  She was adopted from the Hunan Province of China when she was two years old.   I was there on that September day.  My husband and I adopted our oldest daughter from the same orphanage.  A life changing event. Natalie Pappas created the online project Tiger Lily Stories to provide a space and a platform for adoptee voices and stories.  During our conversation, we talk about race, adoption and Asian American identity. Pappas graduated from The New School in 2019 with a degree in Literary Studies.  Natalie is passionate about fashion, photography, and writing and pursues these interests in her creative and professional work.  Tiger Lily Stories https://www.tigerlilystories.com/Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show
Andrea Spyros, Behavior Design expert and Tiny Habits Certified Coach, shows leaders and their teams a simple, science-based system to solve challenges with ease. Her keynotes and workshops help organizations break through the Myth of Motivation to see real results in all areas of operation. Spyros admits that she never really 'fit the mold.' She says her journey was messy.  You'll love her honesty and humor.   I think that's what makes her an effective, authentic communicator.  For Andy, community is everything.  As a successful business owner and entrepreneur, she created a vibrant community of artists. Now, she's sharing her expertise with the Tiny Habits coaching community - led by Stanford University researcher Dr. BJ Fogg.  During our interview she talks about how she instinctively blends strategic thinking and creativity.  She's learned to listen to her intuition and offers some guidance for our audience.  When she's not practicing her presentations, you can find Andrea Spyros painting, playing bass guitar, or amusing her friends with geeky math jokes. Contact Andrea at Andrea.Spyros@TinyHabitsCoach.com and learn more on her website: AndreaSpyros.com Tiny Habits & Strengths - Entrepreneurs Includes CliftonStrengths Top 5 Assessment + Tiny Habits MethodSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/storiesofchange)
On this episode you'll hear my interview with entrepreneur, author and fitness enthusiast Jack Lowe.  I reached out to Jack after reading an article on the Ageist media site.  I'm fascinated by his successful business career and what Jack calls his "end of career story. "  At almost 80 years old, he's on a mission to change the idea of aging.  Early this year, Jack Lowe released his new book Get Fit for Life: My Journey with Fitness, Health and Aging.  You can find the book on Amazon.  With a lifelong passion for health,  Jack was the driving force for the Fit for Life Foundation.   The organization was founded in 2020 to support lifelong fitness and health.Fit for Life Foundation Bio: Jack Lowe, Champion of the Fit for Life philosophyA successful entrepreneur and all-round athlete, Jack has been involved in amateur and professional sports for decades. He has climbed the highest peaks in Europe, Africa, and South America, and  traveled 22 countries by bike. He has sponsored cycling teams and helped lead basketball camps for youth in Switzerland. He has also participated for many years in a Geneva-based study on how aging athletes perform physically over time.Jack’s business and charitable activities span several continents, from Asia to Europe and North America. He is  President of Lomastar SA, a private equity fund advisory firm in Nyon, Switzerland, and the former Chairman of the VNH Foundation, a Zurich-based charity focusing on disabled children in Vietnam. From 2010 to 2014, he served as Chairman of Azure Partners, a Swiss asset advisory firm specializing in microfinance funds. From 2004 to 2008, he was  CEO of Blue Orchard Finance SA, the largest private microfinance lender in the world with assets in excess of 1 billion. As an entrepreneur, he has created a half-dozen businesses in his 50-year career. Jack lives in Switzerland, and he is fluent in English, French, Japanese and Spanish. He is 79 years old, and is married with three adult children and seven grandchildren. For more information: Fit for Life FoundationAgeist Magazine Tiny Habits & Strengths - Entrepreneurs Includes CliftonStrengths Managers Assessment + Tiny Habits TrainingSupport the show
On this episode, I talk with Anna Orenstein-Cardona. She's a London-based financial coach and an FEC certified financial educator. Anna is on a mission to close the gap in financial literacy. You'll hear about her fascinating journey and why she started her business, Wear Your Money Crown. I hope you enjoy our conversation.Key TakeawaysFor well being, we all need mental, spiritual, physical and financial health.Understand your financial behaviors.Financial freedom means having the choice to say 'no'.  'No' to bad relationships, bad jobs,  bad circumstances.  Financial savviness is a life skill.  Explore your transgenerational money beliefs.  BioANNA ORENSTEIN-CARDONA was born and raised in Puerto Rico. She grew up in a multicultural home, where although money was tight, love was plentiful. From a young age she was constantly coming up with inventive ways to raise and save money.Anna received her Bachelor of Science degree in Brain & Cognitive Sciences from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and for the past twenty-one years, she has worked on the trading floors of various large financial institutions, both on Wall Street and in the City of London. A fun fact is that in 2006, she was asked to advise Colin Firth in a trading scene for Born Equal, a television film directed by Dominic Savage for the BBC.Aside from her day job, Anna is an NFEC certified financial educator (CFEI) and coach who is passionate about closing the gap in Financial Literacy. She recently founded Wear Your Money Crown to empower others with the knowledge and tools to make smarter financial decisions, align their financial behaviors with personal goals, and take actionable steps to rule their finances.Anna is a Board member for the MIT Club of Great Britain and is actively involved in various charities, supporting both children and animal welfare. She currently lives in London with her two very special rescue cats and her Southern Gentleman husband. You can check out Anna's new book on Amazon.  The Tree of Hope: The Miraculous Rescue of Puerto Rico's Beloved Banyan. Website: https://wearyourmoneycrown.com/Follow on IG: https://www.instagram.com/wearyourmoneycrown/Join Anna’s email list & receive a Free PDF Guide (Top Tips for Financial Health) - https://successful-composer-5444.ck.page/ac0d024952Free Facebook Community - https://www.facebook.com/groups/wearyourmoneycrown Tiny Habits & Strengths - Entrepreneurs Includes CliftonStrengths Top 5 Assessment + Tiny Habits MethodSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/storiesofchange)
1000 Day Streak - September 24, 2021Athlete Sandra Mikulic is an inspiration.  She's been running  or walking 5 kms EVERY DAY since January 1, 2019.  Sandra keeps MOVING and encourages us to do the same. "I don't fear showing up.  I don't fear being seen."  Sandra Mikulic is a mother of 4, a Plus-size Athlete, full-time banker and advocate for all size athletes.  She wants all size athletes to be "fairly represented in media to change the stereotype that only " thinner" people can run or be athletic."She writes, "My mental health has drastically improved which is why I promote everyday movement for the improvement of mental health." "I now have a mechanism to deal with the lows of life, whereas before I didn't."I found my interview with Sandra to be inspiring and motivating. I've started my own fitness streak (biking as often as possible).Sandra on Change: "365 days is going to happen. Whether or not you like it. So 365 days from today is going to happen. But are you going to be the same person you were 365 days from now?  If you change one thing in your life on a daily basis, you will be different."During our interview Sandra mentions the book, The Body Keeps Score: Brain, Mind and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel A. van der Kolk.  Follow Sandra on Instagram You can checkout Sandra here.  Tiny Habits & Strengths - Entrepreneurs Includes CliftonStrengths Managers Assessment + Tiny Habits TrainingSupport the show
Many people search for their purpose.  For Mindy Henderson, purpose found her.  She gave her first speech at the age of 4.  Mindy was the Texas representative for the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Telethon.  I was honored to talk with speaker, author and coach Mindy Henderson about change, determination and life as an entrepreneur.     She was recently recognized by Austin Woman Magazine as a Woman to Watch.  About Mindy:Mindy Henderson is a Motivational Speaker, Writer, Coach, Host of “The Truth About Things That Suck” podcast and guest contributor of “Morning Motivational Tips” on CBS Austin’s “We Are Austin” lifestyle morning show.Living life from a wheelchair, the challenges Mindy has overcome have cultivated the very skills she needed to achieve almost every goal she's ever set for herself.  This makes her uniquely qualified to motivate others to see their potential. Despite living life from a wheelchair, on her list of credits are:• Bachelors and Masters degrees• A 15-year career in software, leading teams of highly skilled professionals• Multiple singing appearances on national television• A CD recorded with George Strait’s guitar and bass players accompanying her• A long list of public speaking credits, addressing thousands of volunteers of the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA), MDA staff and corporate executives• A one-on-one battle fought and won with the government of China and a successful trip to one of the least wheelchair accessible countries on the planet to adopt her daughter• A passion for making the impossible, possible.Mindy helps people see how to live more productively and positively, to roll with the punches and to work to accomplish all they are capable of.  Her mission is to move and inspire people to realize when they take responsibility, stop making excuses and OWN their adversity, they become better, stronger people and their potential is revealed. Host of “The Truth About Things That Suck” PodcastWebsite - www.mindyhendersonspeaks.com Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mindyhendersonspeaks/Tiny Habits & Strengths - Entrepreneurs Includes CliftonStrengths Managers Assessment + Tiny Habits TrainingSupport the show
Augusto Valverde is the creative force behind Global Child TV, the new generation world travel show that blends luxury, adventure and life lessons. He is also the founder of the BIG Foundation, a non-profit organization that brings together Christians, Jews and Muslims to help people in need, regardless of their faith or beliefs.Augusto Valverde grew in Mexico City and moved to Canada at the age of 19.  He returned to Miami where he launched SWAY Magazine and worked as it's Chief Editor.  Augusto became a top event promoter and was selected as the #1 event promoter in the United States by Telemundo,  He hosted a prime-time national daily show called La tijera in Telefutura.  After moving to the West Coast in 2009, he earned a UCLA certificate for Feature Film writing and honed his acting skills.  Augusto uses his life experience, travel adventures and degree in theology to connect and communicate with his audience.   You'll hear more about his journey during our Zoom interview.  You can check out Global Child TV and buy Augusto's new book below.  Global Child on Prime Video: https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B08HVZV3FL/ref=atv_dp_share_cu_r You can buy Augusto's book on Amazon - Global Child: Wisdom from Travel Adventures to Unlock Your Potential Tiny Habits & Strengths - Entrepreneurs Includes CliftonStrengths Managers Assessment + Tiny Habits TrainingSupport the show
I've been moved by recent violence and racism against our Asian American communities.  Years ago my husband and I adopted two daughters from China.  Our family is a blend of culture and color.  I found a thoughtful Facebook post by Asian adoptee Anna Rochelle Rangel.  I contacted Anna and interviewed her on Zoom.  Anna describes herself as  Phenomenally Asian & Proud Adoptee.Here's part of her Facebook post: The Asian American Experience to me is: •Staying small, invisible, out of trouble, & quiet •Being the Model Minority • Constantly being told I look like “insert any female Asian actor”•Down playing my experiences because someone else always has it worseAnna encourages all of us to speak out against hate and racism.  She offers the following suggestions for connecting with Asian American communities:  Reach out to Asian Americans.  Ask how they are doing.  Start a conversation.  Ask about their story.  Visit and support Asian-owned businesses. Share anti-racist posts in social media.Message your friends and family in the Asian community.Support the show
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