• Candace Gish

    Episode 849 with guest Sheila Vaske

    Sheila Vaske is a published and bestselling author, designer, creative and entrepreneur. She is the former CEO of V’Enza, the inspirational brand of jewelry and accessories. She is the mother of two daughters most would describe her as creative, intuitive, and passionate. Ms. Vaske is a healer and empath, through the power of the mind and soul. These qualities havedriven her to rise above during the most difficult times along her life journey. Whether her influence is through her books, inspirational cards, and her newly published journal, you can book her for speaking engagements and podcast appearances. Sheila is real, raw and genuine. Most of all she is determined to…


    Episode 848 with guest Teresa Paul

    Teresa is an insurance professional, blogger, freelance writer, author, entrepreneur and autism advocate. She is the lead author in an upcoming book, Our Life with Autism: Stories from the Inside. She is currently seeking autistic individuals, parents, and siblings of autistic individuals to share their journey and suggestions to help others. Teresa is a former six-year board member of the Autism Society of America Central Illinois Chapter. She is a single parent to her two sons, Sean and Nick, who reside with her in Taylorville, Illinois. Teresa has a passion to advocate for autistic individuals and their families by providing knowledge to access community services and financial solutions to bring…

  • Joyce Benning

    Episode 847 with guest Deborah Perdue

    Deborah Perdue is the author of five books on Gratitude, www.graceofgratitude.com. She teaches workshops, classes and facilitates retreats. It is her passion to help others transform their lives, as she has transformed her own through her spiritual path, and the power of being grateful! Ms. Perdue is a licensed practitioner for the Center for Spiritual Living in Grants Pass, Oregon. She is also a book designer.

  • Candace Gish

    Episode 846 with guest Rhonda Armour

    Real life and real coaching. Rhonda understands the demands on time, feeling torn between career and home life. Nutrition, exercise, and overall self-care, often fall last on a long list of priorities. She lived this life, but chose to make her own magic and share that to empower other people. Rhonda offers nutrition and lifestyle coaching that blends with your life. She creates an accountability system that works for the individual, developing specific techniques and queues that work just right for her clients. Rhonda wants to end that roller coaster of health, and the shout of internal voices that question your willpower, capability, and commitment from programs that simply haven’t…

  • Joyce Benning

    Episode 845 with guest Deb Matlock

    Deb Matlock grew up in the mountains of Colorado and is deeply committed to nurturing the connection between people, animals, earth, and spirit. She has spent twenty-five years working as a professional environmental and humane educator and naturalist. Additionally, Deb offers shamanic- style spiritual guidance, animal communication, nature connection workshops, and retreats through her business, Wild Rhythms. She is passionate about helping people find connection and deep spiritual meaning in their lives and in the places where they live. Deb holds a Master of Arts in Environmental Education from Prescott College and is pursuing her doctoral degree in environmental studies at Antioch University New England.

  • Joyce Benning

    Episode 844 with guest Nancy Lee Gerson

    With limited horse riding experience, and no formal equestrian training, native New York attorney, Nancy Lee Gerson, travelled to Colorado on a whim, to attend a women’s retreat with horses. She spent five days riding and communing with a special horse named Cherokee, who became the ambassador for Nancy’s life-changing, serendipitous journey, guided by interspecies connections and inspiring synchronicities.

  • Candace Gish

    Episode 843 with guest Laura Di Franco

    Laura Di Franco, CEO of Brave Healer Productions, specializes in publishing and business strategy for holistic health and wellness professionals. She has a 30- year background in holistic physical therapy, 14 years training in the martial arts, and has published over 40 Amazon bestselling books, including 9 of her own.Shes a spoken-word poet, lover of dark chocolate, and has a contagious passion for helping you share brave words build your business.

  • Christina Spoletini

    Episode 842 with guest Jo-Anne Kobylka

    Amassing prestigious credentials over time in business administration, Human Resources, physical education and theology, Jo-Anne Kobylka was determined to follow her life’s purpose,guiding others on their spiritual journey to lead their best life.Dawning within the mind of this enlightened altruist, however, was the realization that she possessed a very unique, intuitive understanding of life energy and its transformative power.When she had the opportunity to study Reiki, Jo-Anne was in her true element. She became a master, using her innate gift for healing to support the seriously ill.

  • Candace Gish

    Episode 841 with guest Kristina McKean

    Kristina McKean is the founder of The Elephant Project and is on a mission to educate children & families about animal cruelty through her line of cuddly plush stuffed animals! Kristina has doubled down on her life-long passion for animal protection and wildlife conservation by creating this luxe line of plush stuffed animals and donating 100% of all net proceeds to the aligned, on-the-ground non-profit organizations that directly benefit the toys’ real-world counterparts. To date, Kristina and The Elephant Project have helped aid in the rescue and protection of hundreds of elephants, while fostering numerous orphaned elephants, increasing family education around the ethical and physical complexities of elephant tourism, and delighting children the…

  • Candace Gish

    Episode 840 with guest Maxwell Ivey

    Born into a family of carnival owners in Texas, USA, Maxwell Ivey lost his sight at age 12. Having a natural gusto for life, Max graduated college and became heavily involved in the Eagle Scouts. He also worked in the family business alongside his brothers until his father succumbed to lung cancer. Faced with his own mortality, Max made some life-altering changes. He underwent gastric surgery and lost over 250 pounds. He started his own business, buying and selling amusement rides, and learned how to blog using software for visually-impaired people. Overcoming many obstacles, Max made a name for himself online and now shares his experiences on The Blind Blogger.…

  • Joyce Benning

    Episode 839 with guest Beth Lauren Parrish

    Beth Lauren Parrish is a Certified Level 3 CHA Riding Instructor and Level 1 Certified Equestrian Tai Chi Instructor. She has taught thousands of lessons for the past 20 years across the United States, and now teaches worldwide remotely. Beth has an unrelenting passion to improve her life and anyone else’s life that she comes into contact with. With her business, Inspired Riding, Beth has created courses, meditations, and a journal for Inspired Riders to help them become more confident and connected with their horses. She teaches equestrians to trust their intuition and have conversations with their horses telepathically, which sets up each horse and rider to have the best co-creative dances possible.