Crystal Robinson



Faced with immense hardship, basketball was her salvation. Meet Crystal Robinson, former WNBA player & coach, who found she could control the court and, as a result, her destiny.

Since leaving basketball, Crystal has partnered with incredible organizations, including Code Red and GoalFriends, to help others take control of their circumstances.

“…holding yourself accountable keeps you from making the same mistakes over and over again. …things don’t happen to me, I allow things to happen to me when I make choices and decisions to do things.” Listen in for Crystal’s powerful message.

Read: Finding Myself by Crystal Robinson

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Amelia Rose Earhart



Meet Amelia Rose Earhart, who, inspired by her namesake—and growing up believing she was related to the American hero—recreated her flight path, flying a single-engined plane around the world, but it was not without its turbulence.

“The only plane that never experiences turbulence is the one that stays locked up in a hangar,” Amelia says. “And that’s not what planes were built to do. All this engineering…It was built so that we could take flight. …I feel the same way about people. We were built to stretch far beyond the limits that we’ve set for ourselves.” Amelia shares her story of rising above the turbulence to inspire others to pursue their dreams.

https://www.eaglestalent.com/amelia-rose-earhart/

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Steve Schlafman



“I’m a recovering VC,” says Steve Schlafman. Branching off from his career as an investor, Steve entered the coaching world. Focused primarily on helping entrepreneurs achieve their goals, Steve found himself energized and made the leap to full-time coaching.

“I love working with entrepreneurs because… I believe that entrepreneurship is arguably the fastest path to having a big impact on the world,” says Steve.

Listen in to hear Steve’s story.

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Darlene Whitehurst



“Your dreams live at the end of your goals.”

Darlene Whitehurst is the founder of GoalFriends, an international community designed to “inspire and encourage women to come together to support each other…”

When she found herself facing duel tragedies that shook her world, Darlene found support in the  GoalFriends network that she had cultivated.

So, do you have goals? Learn more about how GoalFriends and its sister foundation in this episode of Live Your Best Life with Liz Brunner.

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Kari Warberg Block



A bottle of shampoo and a mouse launched this show’s guest onto her path and purpose. Meet Kari Warberg Block, a lifelong entrepreneur, who has overcome life’s challenges and business failures to ultimately find great success. Without compromising her deep value for nature, Kari built a $20 million dollar all-natural pest control company. Kari says that, through it all, she has learned to see a challenge as a gift, and takes the opportunity to learn from it.

Learn more about Kari: earthkind.com | Kari’s book: Gathering Around The Table

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Alexa Carlin



One percent! That’s the chance she had to live after going into septic shock. But, Alexa Carlin is a go-getter.

Starting her first business at the age of 17, Alexa has since pursued a passion to inspire others to grow in confidence and to follow their dreams. Defying the odds, Alexa recovered from her near-death experience.  She is an entrepreneur, speaker, and author who believes in the power of one. Be in the 1%— you are one person, one connection, one decision away from transforming your life. Alexa has done it for herself, and invites others to develop new perspectives and to overcome setbacks.

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Michelle Eades



How does exploring a past life help us to live our lives today?  Meet Michelle Eades, who has spent much of her life discovering pieces of herself – a collection from all of her lives. Connecting to your past lives, she says, can help you find peace and understanding in the present day.

“Everybody can access their own past lives,” Michelle says.  “A lot of it is just practice.” Listen in to hear Michelle’s story and how you can begin to delve deeper into your own history.

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Andrea Joy Wenburg



Andrea Joy Wenburg was not taught to speak up. She sought credibility, empowerment. She attended seminary, hoping to find the best way to live, but left with more questions than answers.

But, with time, Andrea found empowerment. She found credibility. She found her voice.

Andrea has dedicated herself to helping other people to find their voices as well through her company, and podcast by the same name, Voice of Influence.

“If I help other people who are specialists find their voice and be able to use it, then I am affecting climate change, then I am affecting gender equality in the world, then I am affecting all these other things. And it’s not because I have a specialization in those things. It’s because I’m just supporting those who are doing the work.”

Learn more about Andrea at voiceofinfluence.net and read her book, Unfrozen.

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Patty Aubery



Why is it so hard for us to give ourselves permission?

“I think it’s in our DNA,” says Patty Aubery. And to begin to make a change is “learning how to be more present in the moment and doing it with intention. And, I always say, grace.”

Patty is President of the Jack Canfield Training Group and helped develop the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series, but it would be years before she gave herself permission to publish her own books.

She believes in the importance of sharing goals and vision with others, because you never know who will help you to achieve them.

Be sure to check out Patty’s latest book, Permission Granted. You can also learn more about Patty at pattyaubery.com.

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Mary McManus



Despite vaccination, at the age of five, Mary McManus was diagnosed with Polio and was paralized from the neck down. Over time, Mary was able to regain movement, succeed in school, and pull herself above an abusive home life, only to be struck down again many years later with post-polio syndrome.

“I’ve got to choose,” says Mary. “Am I going to be in pain on the side of just withering away for the rest of my life? Or am I going to feel pain on the side of healing? I chose to feel pain on the side of healing.”
Facing the impossible, Mary set a lofty goal. She wanted to run the Boston Marathon. And, through passion and determination, she succeeded.

Mary has written five books, including her most recent book of poems, Hope is a Garden. You can learn more at marymcmanus.com.

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