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Discovering your brand, finding your purpose with Sashka Hanna Rappl

What if finding your purpose is your purpose…right now. There’s a lot of talk (some of it here) about finding your purpose, discovering your passion, pursuing your dreams and I know that frustrates you if haven’t found that golden nugget you want to chase down yet. I’ve totally been there, at the Christmas dinner table surrounded by family when someone asks, “so what are you doing with your life?” and you kind of shrug and laugh it off, “who knows?” but you secretly want to find a corner to scream in. Maybe it’s time to take a step back...

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Communication is a dance with Jay Holman

Forget perfect. We’re not looking for black and white, we’re not looking for the script…with me everything’s based on improv comedy, the whole Yes-And philosophy.” Meet Jay Holman, music and dance instructor who believes in deliberate living, love, and leaving people better than he found them. Most of us struggle with communication skills. We believe our partners are mind-readers or that people just don’t understand us. You know what? They don’t understand you because you’re not communicating clearly. Yeah, it’s as simple as that. Jay teaches communication skills through dance, particularly west coast swing and blues, and he’s all...

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Free your mind with Ben Gerbrecht

If you think 50,000 thoughts a day (or 70,000 or 12,000, depending on where you look), how many of those thoughts are useful and how many are you wasting on things that don’t matter? Ben Gerbrecht is deep into figuring out life stuff, particularly the mind-body connection or how what you think affects how you feel. He’s a practical goal-setter who practices the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) and meditation to help him set and reach his goals. It’s helped him become more confident (definitely a requirement for his stand-up comedy!), less reactive, and more in control of how to goes...

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What it’s really like to be a digital nomad with Amy Mitchell

Ever wondered what it would be like to be able to make money while you travel? Amy Mitchell, of Do What You Want, has spent the last two years working remotely from beautiful places like Bali, Portugal, and Nicaragua. While the experience has been totally amazing, you should know that it’s not all sun tans and margaritas. In this episode of the Own Up Grown-Up podcast, Amy shares what it’s really like to be a “digital nomad”. If you know what you want to do then don’t wait. Just start putting something in action. You’ll wish you would have...

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