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In this Episode, Esmie and Pam discuss: Pam's positivity, resilience, becoming an author and other things she's proud of. Challenges through childhood such as a dysfunctional family that scared her, facing emotional abuse, a mentally ill person in the household, along seeing abuse and addiction around her. Her athletic journey of being a runner. Th…
 
In this Episode, Esmie and Jen Discuss: Struggles Jen faced growing up. (Being a female over 6 feet tall, bigger than peers, an eating disorder and accepting herself,) Jen's Adulthood and the struggles. (Alcohol addiction, going to jail, hospital visit and learning self-love) How Jen overcame her struggles and discovered her passion. (Self- accepta…
 
In this Episode, Esmie and Alka Discuss: Challenges Alka faced as a child with being bullied, fitting in, weight loss and other physical concerns. Overcoming childhood challenges as a teen by working out. Struggles during adult life (bonding with family, entrepreneurship, client retention How Alka makes herself feel good with affirmations and her p…
 
In this Episode, Esmie and Bruce Discuss: Challenges Bruce face as a child. (Living in the inner city, single-parent home, an environment with violence and addiction and people burning down their property for insurance money) The risky adventures children take part in. (playing in abandoned buildings, stealing The time when Bruce joined a gang as a…
 
In the Episode Esmie, Ruth and Robert Verbree discuss: Challenges that Ruth faced. (Body image, stress and helping Robert through tough times) Challenges Robert faced (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, being shy, not being good at sports, thoughts of suicide, depression) Challenges with their baby's health and moving often. How Ruth overcame issues w…
 
In this Episode Esmie and Rachel Discuss: Rachel's journey through receiving her Ph.D. (Being an undergrad in biomedical science and dealing with rare blood abnormalities, teaching swimming and the struggle of being away from family) Details about Rachel's research on leaky vessels while attending Nottingham University. Rachel did not recover well …
 
In this episode, Esmie and Jim Canterucci discuss: What it was like for Jim to grow up in an Italian town as a child. How Jim was forced to quit running because he tore his anterior cruciate ligament? Jim's biggest challenge of adulthood, growing a business. How Jim's job experience and his first business helped him succeed in growing his second bu…
 
In this episode, Esmie and Jon discuss: Jon struggled with being shy as a child. The struggle Jon faces with living in the present moment and the struggle of keeping an audience entertained. How purpose and passion led Jon to become an Entrepreneur. Jon’s tips on how to have a great stage performance with visual punctuation, being natural, making a…
 
In this episode, Esmie and Mark discuss: Challenges Mark faced growing up, such as a perforated abdomen that almost killed him, growing up with a depressing background and suffering from depression. Mark's most significant accomplishment in life (dropping out of medical school twice and finishing and preventing others from committing suicide). How …
 
In this episode, Esmie and Perry Maughmer discuss: How Perry learned to become self-sufficient at a young age. He took care of his sister with cerebral palsy and growing up in a small town. Challenges of his adulthood: Job stability, fitting in, and showing empathy. The qualities of a good leader: Humility, emotional awareness, stewardship, showing…
 
In this episode Esmie and Mark discuss: Mark's mom saved him from a near-death experience as a child. He did not know enough about business when he started his business. Mark interviews his customers to develop new business. How to have a happy organizational culture? Avoid stress by doing work you love. Keep employees happy because they determine …
 
In this episode, Esmie and Lisa discuss: Challenges of adulthood. Growing up without riches How to have engaged employees and avoid having a toxic work environment? Tips on staying happy when you encounter toxic people. How to treat toxic people Key Takeaways: Never forget who you truly are. In life, it is important to know what is meant for your a…
 
In this episode, Esmie and Kerry discuss: How to get rid of shyness Body Language Basics Tips to entrepreneurs How important it is to do the things that you are passionate about Biggest Struggles / Challenges: Having low self-esteem and being bullied Key Takeaways: Encouraging people helps build their self-esteem, and they will learn how to take re…
 
In this episode Esmie and Gina discuss: Being different and how to handle criticisms? Spiritual DNA and different things a person’s body to plug them into the information of who they are. .Finding joy and happiness and staying in action. The biggest struggle: Not being understood and at the same time not being taken seriously. Key Takeaways: Take t…
 
In this episode Esmie and Teresa discuss: - Religion, Relationship to God and Faith - Being bullied and scared because of being different - Passions and finding the true meaning and your purpose in life - How to live a soul centred life and how to relieve stress - The biggest struggle: Wanting to do something different but scared of what other peop…
 
In this episode Esmie and Diana discuss: The effects of bullying on people Aging and how to stay young and healthy The importance of self-esteem, self-acceptance and self-love How to manage and relieve stress Key Takeaways: You don’t need validation from other people; learn to love, accept and be proud of who you are Enjoy life while you still can …
 
Esmie and Eva Discuss: Different health issues and career change. Self-care, alternative medicines and the things that our body truly needs. How important it is to have a positive mentality and mindset. A journey to success and how to rebuild your life. From a person with a very active lifestyle to a person who experiences different kinds of pain t…
 
In this episode Esmie and Susan discuss: A person's journey and purpose in life. The importance of healing, self-worth and self-acceptance. How to change someone's perspective and understanding your power as an individual. The struggles most people go through. How to overcome trauma such as suicidal ideation, sexual assault, doubts and fears. Key T…
 
Marian was raped at five years old by someone she knew. She was lonely and could not connect emotionally with her family. Marian developed jealousy patterns and did not want anybody to succeed. She became a school teacher and a midwife, but emptiness followed her. Marian felt that she was a drowning person. Her family did not know how to help her. …
 
Tom leads an exciting life. He was shy and started university at 16 years old. Tom joined the Dale Carnegie program, did cold calls, learned the business, and stretched outside his comfort zone at 23 years old. He failed in business but persevered and now helps entrepreneurs create high ticket programs that guarantee results. He helps the entrepren…
 
Kate LaBrosse had challenges in her life. As a young child, Kate was sexually abused by her stepdad. She suffered from nite terrors, anger issues and manifested lots of illnesses in her life. Kate was called "Crazy Kate." She was suicidal. However, she overcame a mental health disorder and medication-free for over 10 years. She works in the natural…
 
Michelle had challenges in her life, her husband died and she had to figure out how to support her children. She wrote the guide to help her clients manage challenges after a loss. Michelle will help you handle grief, loss, stress, and self care while you take care of everybody else. Contact Michelle today to help you with grief and loss. Michelle …
 
Marie-Elizabeth had challenges in her life. growing in a family that span 3 cultures and 3 countries. She did not fit in anywhere Marie-Elizabeth had challenges in her life. She grew up in a family that spans 3 cultures and 3 countries. She did not fit in anywhere she lived and did not feel she belong. As a child, She spoke a mixture of Swedish, Sp…
 
Kamala's parents did not want a girl, they wanted a boy. Kamala was a seen but not heard child, she was very quiet. She did not speak up for herself. Her family moved around lots which make it difficult for Kamala to make friends. As an adult, she was still insecure and would not step up for leadership roles, and did not go for the job she wanted. …
 
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