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Welcome to episode # 76My guest Julianne BoschJulianne is a mother, wife, author, coach, and a well-travelled ex-pat. When she turned 50 and saw her children had grown up, Julianne realized that she needed to do something different and exciting to give herself a new purpose. She gathered all the memories and notes she'd collected while living in different countries and wrote her first book. It's called How A Mother Took Her First Step On The Moon - A Mother's Keepsake Journal, a collection of uplifting true stories and an empowering workbook for parents. Julianne is now working on book number two, How She Took Her First Step On the Moon - A Mother's Keepsake Journal of Interviews. It explores mothers' advice from around the world. Where her husband's work takes him, Julianne comes along. She has the best of both worlds: a hugely fulfilling job, and she gets to travel with her partner of 28 years.Let's enjoy her story.To connect with Julianne:'s book: How A Mother Took Her First Step On The Moon  BEHAS TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to episode #75My guest, Morgana RaeMorgana is the international #1 best-selling author of Financial Alchemy: Twelve Months of Magic and Manifestation. A pioneer in personal development for over 28 years, Morgana writes, speaks, and coaches from a desire to empower idealistic entrepreneurs, artists, healers, and humanitarians. She is widely regarded as the world's leading relationship-with-money coach for her groundbreaking approach to love-centred wealth building.Morgana's fans call her the Money Goddess because of the many documented stories of clients manifesting unexpected income within hours of changing their relationship with money. Morgana is also 26 weddings deep into getting married 100 times in 100 countries to one man.Connect with Morgana Morgana's free Money Love assessment BEHAS TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to episode #74My Guest, Reece Koch She is a young Canadian-Irish citizen passionate about the intersection of technology, entrepreneurship, and impact. Reece works in London as a consultant with Deloitte. I became curious about her when I stumbled onto her website, where she combines her resume, projects, achievements, blogs and travels. I love the concept; her style and love for travel resonated with me, and her site gave me many ideas to improve my website. Having her as a guest on BEHAS was the next natural step. Here is Reece, sharing her journey. Let enjoy!  Her website: TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to episode #73My guest Agape GarciaOctober was first declared National Domestic Violence Awareness Month in 1989 in the USA. Since then, October has been a time to acknowledge domestic violence survivors and be a voice for its victims. Domestic violence is prevalent in every community and affects everyone regardless of age, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, gender, race, religion, or nationality. Domestic violence can result in physical injury, psychological trauma, and even death. Physical violence is often accompanied by emotionally abusive and controlling behaviour as part of a much larger, systematic pattern of dominance and control. The devastating consequences of domestic violence can cross generations and last a lifetime.Although there has been substantial progress in reducing domestic violence in the USA, an average of 20 people are physically abused by intimate partners every minute. This equates to more than 10 million abuse victims annually. 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have been physically abused by an intimate partner, and 1 in 5 women and 1 in 7 men have been severely physically abused by an intimate partner. Millions of Americans live in daily, silent fear within their own homes. In addition, every year, millions of children are exposed to domestic violence. Domestic violence incidents affect every person within a home and can have long-lasting negative effects on children's emotional well-being and social and academic functioning.Agape is the Executive Director of "Confronting Domestic Violence, Inc." Helping real-time victims with real-time resources! Be Your Incredible Self (BYIS) best describes Agape's tenacious attitude towards empowering herself and others. Over the past 35 years, Agape has navigated through domestic violence, privacy, safety, vulnerability, and the mindset to endure personal adverse events in life. Agape shares what Post-Traumatic Growth, or PTG, is, her own experience in the early days of her life and how it affected her as a human being. She also shares how she overcame a tumultuous childhood, a double attempted homicide while eight months pregnant, and the subsequent physical and emotional ordeal. Agape's journey demonstrates the possibility of the resilient human spirit and the importance of how our community can help us survive and thrive.Her personal journey of post-traumatic growth has led Agape to dedicate her life to developing transformational programs, various forms of coaching, and certification courses and establishing a nonprofit to help real-time victims. Her commitment is to provide lifelong transformational habits that can restore your powerful internal sense of control. One of her personal statements, 'You don't live anywhere but in your head,' is why some of her laser-focus teachings are on aligning your mental and emotional belief system.Agape's personal mission is to help lead others in transforming their survival of Domestic Violence (DV) into Post Traumatic Growth, and to mitigate the depletion of resources for real-time victims. Sharing her story is empowering so many others.Let's enjoy Agape's story.  To Connect with Agape: TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to episode #72My guest José Ignacio GuzmánJosé is a geoscientist and certified professional coach who balances his time in retirement between meditation, service, writing, and coaching. His story, "Murmurs of the Inner Voice," is about existential questions he had at a young age and how a book suggested by a stranger gave him the answers he needed and helped him awaken his life purpose. He shares how he overcame significant challenges and turned them into opportunities by listening and following his inner voice of intuition.He helps professionals and executives pivot into their next chapter in life, whether it be retirement, a new career, or a business venture. He is one of the contributing authors of the best-selling anthology Turning Point Moments.Let's Enjoy Jose's story.  To connect with José, you can join his Facebook community, "Successful Professionals Who Embrace Change" or write to: jose@newshorescoaching.comThe book: Turning Points Moments BEHAS TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to Episode #70My guest Mike ThomsonMike is an entrepreneur, matchmaker, sales professional, storyteller, father, and athlete with a natural curiosity about people.He has been in the recruitment agency industry for thirteen years and launched SPARK at the end of 2021 to change how top talent can be attracted. He came to BEHAS to explain how he is on a mission to change the way organizations hire. Let's imagine if companies still marketed products or services exclusively using flyers and coupons through the mail. That's how companies recruit with job descriptions that have not changed their style in decades. Interesting concept? Many of us have been thinking this way for a while, and I am glad Mike is here to share the mission. Let's enjoy! Connect with Mike: www.sparkrecruiting.caBEHAS TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to episode #71My guest Leigh HearlLeigh is a fiercely determined, energetic woman, author, TEDx Speaker, wife and mother. Like many others, Leigh lived through some trauma. She found a pivotal moment in her life to break the silence, which started with saying these six little words to a friend. "I need to tell you something." This was the very beginning of her healing journey. Now she is on a mission to help others break their silence, start their healing journey, and share their secrets safely in a truly unique way.Laws silence some people. Some wish to protect the privacy of the ones they love. Others cannot bear the pressure and judgement of public life. For many, an echo of their fear, doubt or shame silences them. Leigh founded Meg Heart, a Social Enterprise committed to giving a voice to those who have been silenced and shedding light on critical societal issues. The voice of Meg Heart speaks for them.  Leigh is sharing her story with us. It's about a secret she kept hidden for many years for fear of judgment and to protect her children. Leigh believes in the power of real stories' ability to change the world. I couldn't agree more. This is another powerful story.  Let's enjoy She lives in Australia with her family. Meg Heart's first book, Carbon Under Pressure, is a real and raw story about Rose. A mother wakes to a nightmare and is thrust into a race to save three lives. Let's enjoy Leigh's story.Send Audience To: TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to episode #68My guest James HeppnerJames likes to think of himself as an artist of experience. His passion is to create transformational experiences for himself and others to explore what it means to be Fully Alive. He is a results coach and founder of the Weekly Wins and Losses podcast. He helps people in their journey to embracing all of life - both wins and losses equally. His life worked until it didn’t. Performing life instead of living nearly cost him his business, investments, children and marriage. He flip-flopped between being restless/bored and anxious/depressed. He has spent the last decade designing a life of gratitude not in spite of the losses he had to endure but rather because of the losses he has utilized well. This is James' story; let's enjoy it!To connect with Jameswww.jamesheppner.comBEHAS TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to Episode #67My guest Ryan LindnerRyan is a personal development specialist and author. He's worked as a behavioural coach all over the world. Ryan talks about how two sudden, unexplained cardiac arrests at a young age taught him how to prioritize his time and energy. This is Ryan's story, a message of self-acceptance.In Ryan's book, "The Half-Known Life," he challenges the conventional thinking of success, identity, and personal change. Priorities change when time becomes precious.Let's enjoy his story.To connect with Ryan: TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to episode 66My guest Kathleen Donnelly IsraelKathleen is a young 70+-year-old widow. She's an artist who has come on to share her journey with us. For 17 years, Kathleen cared for her sick husband and took the time to study online with many enlightened thought leaders and healers. She hoped to heal herself from her childhood traumas and to find help dealing with the challenge of having a sick husband through spiritual philosophies.  After her husband passed, she decided to walk El Camino de Santiago (500 miles across northern Spain) on her own. While on the walk, she found herself, without having intended it, sharing her spiritual philosophies and learnings with those she met along the way.Upon her return home, she deiced to write her book "Wisdom on the Camino: A Spiritual Journey Sharing Forgiveness and Possibilities to Inspire the Rest of Your Life."  Let's enjoy her story.  To connect with Kathleen: TEAM: - to share your story.BEHAS TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to Episode #65My Guest, Dawn BarclayDawn is a woman of many talents with a flexible mindset that always likes to try new things. She shares her passion and love for travelling, and her immense creativity for writing characters brings her to the show today. Dawn is an award-winning fiction and nonfiction author who provides professional content creation, editing, ghostwriting, and writes for special needs and family travel columns. Dawn has also travelled the world and loves to rescue dogs.She has eight books under her belt as either author or anthology editor. Her romances include The Queen of Second Chances and Simple Tryst of Fate. Her award-winning psychological thrillers include Expired Listings and Saving Grace. Dawn's upcoming book: Traveling Different: Vacation Strategies for Parents of the Anxious, the Inflexible, and the Neurodiverse is essentially the ASD travel bible.Let's enjoy Dawn's Story.For Dawn's Books and Website: TEAM: - to share your story.BEHAS TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to Episode #64My guest Filimon MaezaFilimon is a 17-year-old high school student who hosts a teen mental health podcast called "The Brief Dive." BECAUSE EVERYONE HAS A STORY, Filimon has a story to share of when his parents told him that they were all moving. While it was not too far away, this was still going to be outside of Filimon's comfort zone. This experience taught Filimon the importance of the mind and how it can be used for either one's advantage or disadvantage. He believes that optimizing your mind for future success is vital. Let's enjoy his story. The Brief Drive: TEAM:  - to share your story.BEHAS TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to Episode #63My guest Amanda Penny Amanda is a 17-year-old and the teen podcast host of "Amanda's World." She is not an ordinary teen; her life comes with struggles, but her dynamic, energetic and go-getter personality keeps her strong and resilient. She is entirely self-taught and directly produces and manages her podcast independently. When it comes to social media and podcasting, Amanda has a lot of experience. BECAUSE EVERYONE HAS A STORY, Amanda is here with big future dreams to share her story about why she started her podcast. Let's enjoy her story.  Amanda’s World: TEAM:  - to share your story.BEHAS TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to episode # 62My guest Angela LawsAngela is the Community Manager at TrustedHousesitters, and she has a fascinating lifestyle. She is an expert at driving brand awareness and leveraging community spirit. Angela encompasses the warmth and spirit of the pet-loving community's heart. After retiring at age 65, Angela joined TrustedHousesitters as a founding member of the platform and a full-time house and pet sitter herself. She chose to sell her permanent home and begin house and pet sitting full-time for eight years. This episode is about her story since she started TrustedHousesitters, her lifestyle and what the company is all about. Angela is an advocate for her work and the house and pet sitting lifestyle. You can tell how much she loves what she does and how grateful she is to be able to follow her passions and find her purpose. Angela has appeared on the famous BBC red sofa to discuss her retirement departure to pursue her passion. She has also featured in publications such as Virgin, The Telegraph and Financial Times as a guest author and interviewee. She received the 'Community Manager of the Year' Drum award in 2018. I am flattered she shared one of her many stories with us. Let's enjoy her story. How to connect with Angela and Instagram @trustedhousesitters Facebook @TrustedHousesittersTwitter - Angela @TrustedAngelaTwitter - THS @Housesitting Angela LinkedIn Angela In the news...BBC News - Why I left retirementThe Telegraph - Retirement in the modern age Virgin - How young employees are helping to upskill digital Britain Tech Pixies - Meet the Woman who BUSTS the Myth of AgeismFinancial Times - Digital DivaBEHAS TEAM:  - to share your story.BEHAS TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to episode # 61My guest is Fred Rutma. Fred is a former college instructor, intermittent fasting coach, brain trauma and multiple deaths survivor. He just finished writing his medical trauma memoir "The Summer I Died Twenty Times" no one so far has had a story like Fred's. Even doctors don't believe it. His story goes beyond resilience. Today he is sharing a few details about his experiences, deaths, brain traumas, attempts at recovery, repeated medical errors, defective pacemakers, and overcoming adversity. But he's leaving plenty for his book readers. During this process, he discovered a potent prophylactic medicinal tool, intermittent fasting. Fred narrates this with great Jewish humour. Fred told me, "if we are supposed to make lemonade out of life's lemons, then I am making the best lemonade ever produced."Let's enjoy his story!To connect with Fred: #fasting #trauma BEHAS TEAM:  - to share your story.BEHAS TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to episode # 60My guest Kristen Donnelly. Kristen is an international empathy educator, a TEDx speaker, one of The Good Doctors of Abbey Research, and COO of their parent company.  She has decades of experience helping people understand the different concepts that could change the world, and she unapologetically and passionately loves to share about it.  Kristen lives just outside Philadelphia with her husband, surrounded by piles of books, especially romance novels. She reads 300 to 400 books a year.  Before our conversation, I watched her TEDx talk and I better understood where she was coming from.  She is here to share how she became the passionate, intense, and talented woman she is today.  I think you’ll find this conversation with Kristen to be enlightening. Let's enjoy her story.      To connects with Krista: TEDx: TEAM:  - to share your story.BEHAS TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to episode #59My guest Andrew Hallam Andrew is a Canadian personal finance journalist, speaker, and author of three books, Millionaire Teacher, Millionaire Expat, and Balance. His books are about how to invest and spend for happiness, health, and wealth. Andrew’s love of travel started when, at age 12, his parents encouraged him to take an educational trip to the Mediterranean. His early respect for money started not much later, probably because his parents expected him to pay for his college education.One day, sitting on a friend’s patio after finishing a bike race, he realized that travelling, swimming in tropical waters, riding his bike, meeting fascinating people, and working as little as possible was his life’s dream.At 19, he met a mechanic who happened to be a millionaire and taught him that one doesn’t need a high-paying job to build wealth. The concept is to make money work hard for you instead of working hard for your money. So before his 20th birthday, he started to invest. By the time Andrew reached his late 30s, he had enough money to retire. He kept working, though, as he knew it gave him more options. Twenty years later, he and his wife Pele are now living a nomadic life for the last eight years. He still works hard, but not as often. His love for travelling, swimming in tropical waters, riding his bike, and meeting fascinating people is now his reality.This is his travel story. How it all started and where he has been.  Let’s enjoy his story.  https://andrewhallam.comBEHAS Team to share your story. BEHAS TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to episode #58My guest Ann HinceAnn is an Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) expert, the author of A Pathway to Insight, and much more. In her book, she details her journey and breaks down the steps she took to attain what she calls Insight, or the ability to see within the body. Ann has developed the ability to sense inside her body and release physical tension stored in her connective tissue using the focus of her mind solely.Ann wants us all to know that we have this incredible power; it means going further with practices that you are probably already doing. The key is practice. Ann believes changing what is on our inside will change what we see on the outside so that we can change our personal and collective worlds.I am fascinated by Ann's story, and I admire her immensely. Ann has a YouTube channel; see the link below. She is here to share her method in great detail. To me, the most critical aspect is her character. Her desire for growth, perseverance, and discipline. Her desire to change her life and even bone structure. We all want to change or improve, but very few are willing to put the effort toward greatness. Ann never doubted. She wanted a happier life, and she did the work. Let's enjoy her story.  Website: book: A Pathway to Insight @ann.hinceBEHAS TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to episode #57My guest Tim HealeTim is a former British Army Officer. He started as an infantry soldier and worked his way to become a PSYOPS Operator. Tim has vast experience and was sent on seven different operational deployments.  He is a rugby fanatic and used to play scrum half, then also played American football for Milton Keynes Pioneers. He is an accomplished skier that competed several times at the British Telemark Championships. Tim is also a hang gliding instructor and an experienced sailor who has spent considerable time sailing around the British Isles with his wife and Artie, the ship's cat. And that's not all. He additionally has a podcast, "The Tim Heale" - Ordinary Peoples' Extraordinary Lives. The idea behind his podcast is a little like mine. To leave a legacy for future generations to know what life was like in our times.As you can imagine, Tim has many stories to share. Today he talks about his last eight years in the Army as a Unit Welfare Officer for London Central Garrison. How his role functioned, and who he was helping.   Let's enjoy Tim's story. To connect with Tim: & Daniela’s episode: TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
Welcome to episode #56My guest, Nicole Dauz.Nicole is a self-care advocate, caregiver coach, author and speaker who chooses happiness despite her circumstances.Experience is her teacher as the mother of a neurotypical son and a daughter with a rare genetic disease and autism. She approaches self-care in a liberating fashion that gives us all permission to take time for ourselves.She’s the founder of Selfcare4Caregivers and honours the role of the caregiver by helping them recognize their worth and their true gifts. She provides them with the tools and strategies needed to shift them from feeling stressed and overwhelmed to regaining control of their lives and feeling gratitude and joy. Her mission is to change the story around caregiving and celebrate the journey.Nicole blogs regularly at She published her first book, Self-care: From the Trenches…with Love, Humour & a Kick in the Pants, in November 2021.Let’s enjoy her story. @nicoledauz BEHAS TEAM: - to share your story.@behas.podcast
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