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Believe it Achieve it is a weekly dose of sparkle to help guide you to living your best life mind, body and soul.

I am blessed with a passion to teach, guide, motivate, encourage, love, inspire and support other’s.

This is what my gift is to the world and this is what makes me fearless.

The purpose of my life is to be love and give love and do as much as I can for myself and others and enjoy every moment in life.

Are you ready to live you best life?



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Latest Episodes

Living in the Unknown & How We Can Help Our Friends in the Midst of Covid-19 with Dr. Janet Fienemann

This year has been an absolute whirlwind of emotions. Living in the midst of the current pandemic has brought with it feelings of stress, anxiety and grief, but there are ways that we can practice self care and learn to prioritise our needs, even in these confusing and uncertain times.In today’s episode, I’m joined once again by my friend and semi regular Co-Host, Dr. Janet Fienemann! We dive into how to cope with the newfound feelings of guilt and shame that the pandemic has brought out, ways we can help those around us who are experiencing feelings of depression, as well as how to break the cycle of living in verbally abusive relationships.Tune in to Episode 16 of Believe It, Achieve It for more helpful mental health and wellbeing insights!In This Episode You Will Learn:What a lot of people are underestimating about Covid-19 (2:20)Janet’s insights into the feelings of guilt and shame surrounding positive Coronavirus diagnoses & Ways to cope with those emotions (5:00)Why a fear of the unknown is so prevalent at the moment & How I’ve been feeling in isolation as someone who lives alone (9:26)Why I choose to limit my news intake & Why we need to learn to prioritise our own needs (10:43)How to navigate the complexities behind asking for help right now (12:49)How we can help the people in our circle who are experiencing feelings of depression (15:52)Janet’s experience with clients whose spouses are depressed (22:59)What we can do to better communicate with friends who have depression (24:10)How to break the pattern of being in verbally abusive relationships (27:10)Mental and physical exercises that can assist in alleviating stress (32:32)Apps and resources that assist with sleep (40:19)Connect With Nicole Windley:Email: coachnicolewindley@gmail.comFacebookBelieve It, Achieve It - Facebook GroupInstagramConnect With Dr. Janet Fienemann:Email: janet@drjanetfienemann.comWebsiteFacebookInstagramResources:Website: ‘Mental Health America’Website: ‘National Alliance on Mental Illness’ (NAMI)Website: ‘Talkspace’App: ‘Headspace’ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

43 MIN6 d ago
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Living in the Unknown & How We Can Help Our Friends in the Midst of Covid-19 with Dr. Janet Fienemann

Moving Through Life With Grace, Gratitude and Love

Today’s is going to be a little different. I had originally planned to have a guest on, but due to a few technical issues I’ve had to improvise and record a solo episode. Though I was disappointed my listeners didn’t get to hear the first recording, I wasn’t going to let those setbacks stop me from producing another great episode and sharing my values of gratitude, grace and love with all of you!I’m going to be diving in to what I’ve learned about my own strength through the challenges that lockdown has presented, why we should be focusing on our emotional fitness as well as a our physical bodies, and break down my personal mission statement in life and share how it’s made me into the person I am today.So tune in to Episode 15 of Believe It, Achieve It to hear more amazing insights into the world of personal development!In This Episode You Will Learn:How I’ve managed to improvise through the power of commitment (1:07)What this podcast means to me & Why receiving feedback from my listeners’ has been so inspiring (3:06)My personal turning point in deciding I was going to live my life to the fullest (4:24)What the adjustment to socially distanced workouts has felt like during lockdown & What it’s taught me about my own perseverance (4:58)Why I try to approach situations with levity and balance & How I project that into others’ lives (8:57)How choosing to live life with grace, gratitude and love can change our outlook (11:56)My personal mission statement (13:39)The power of practicing gratitude & Why suffering is so often a choice we make (14:07)The meaning behind my tattoos and their placement (16:50)How the term ‘Believe It, Achieve It’ was coined (18:29)Connect With Nicole Windley:Email: coachnicolewindley@gmail.comFacebookBelieve It - Achieve It Facebook GroupInstagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

23 MIN1 w ago
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Moving Through Life With Grace, Gratitude and Love

Throw Some Glitter on Your Trauma with Christina Barnes & Juli Sorg

What are you making out of your life?On this week’s episode, I talk with the hosts of the Post-Traumatic Glitter Disorder Podcast: Christina Barnes and Juli Sorg. These two women are inspirational, motivational, and sources of light in the world. But that doesn’t mean they’ve always had it easy; both women have had their fair share of trauma, and they’ve learned how to make the most out of life in the meantime.Tune in to hear about Christina’s journey of living with a difficult illness, how Juli and Christina came together to share their stories, and how they’re choosing happiness every single day.Life is what you dare to make it, so dare it to make it beautiful!In This Episode, You Will Learn:What is Post-Traumatic Glitter Disorder? (2:01)How Christina & Julie met and started their friendship. (2:08)Why Christina so deeply values meaningful connections and relationships. (8:05)What prompted the start of the Post-Traumatic Glitter Disorder Podcast. (11:55)What life can look like after working and moving through trauma. (19:36)Why finding your tribe can change your life trajectory for the better. (30:21)Connect with Christina & Juli:PodcastEmailInstagramJoin the Glitter GangConnect with Nicole:EmailFacebookFacebook Group: Believe It - Achieve ItInstagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

34 MIN2 w ago
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Throw Some Glitter on Your Trauma with Christina Barnes & Juli Sorg

Leading With Intention & Celebrating The Small Victories with Whitney Spotts

Joining me on the Podcast today is someone with an incredible story to share, Whitney Spotts! Whitney worked as a Physician’s Assistant in an ER before having a stroke that changed the course of her life. Her experiences have led her to adopting a truly admirable mindset and become an advocate for others who have been put under similar circumstances.In this episode, we discuss why practicing gratitude is so imperative, what it means to ‘become better’, and what Whitney’s rehabilitation was like after undergoing a major emergency surgery. So often, we believe that we aren’t capable of achieving what we set our minds to because of what we’ve been conditioned to think, but as Whitney shares throughout our conversation, ‘impossible is only an opinion.’ She is a prime example of how our circumstances do not define us and how we as individuals have more power than we tend to think.To hear more on Whitney’s amazing story, tune in to Episode 13 of Believe It, Achieve ItIn This Episode You Will Learn:Backstory on Whitney Spotts and what led her to where she is today (3:46)How Whitney’s stroke made her reflect on the pace her life was moving at (6:08)Whitney’s experience in the hospital and receiving surgery after the stroke (9:28)How the support from Whitney’s husband and daughter further strengthened her mindset going into emergency surgery (12:06)What the rehabilitation process felt like for Whitney (13:59)How Whitney’s recovery made her appreciate the small victories in her life (15:47)The mindset that brought Whitney to commit to becoming better instead of bitter (17:49)What ‘becoming better’ means to Whitney (19:52)How limiting my phone use has helped me stay present and connected (22:42)Why practicing gratitude is such a game-changer (24:22)A story from Tony Robbins’ recent ‘7 Day Comeback Challenge’ (30:01)What the acronym ‘B.E.F.A.S.T’ means & How it can help you spot a stroke (31:06)Connect With Nicole Windley:Email: coachnicolewindley@gmail.comFacebookBelieve It - Achieve It Facebook GroupInstagramConnect With Whitney Spotts:MediumResources:American Heart Association, First Coast GRFW 2020 - Whitney Spotts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

34 MIN3 w ago
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Leading With Intention & Celebrating The Small Victories with Whitney Spotts

How to Cultivate Positive Relationships with Dr. Janet Fienemann

It’s time for another Q&A with Janet Fienemann!This week is all about diving deep within, learning to listen to our inner voice, and finding ways to nurture ourselves no matter what obstacles come our way. Together, Janet and I answer questions around cultivating positive communities both online and offline, why it’s so important to care for yourself when life seems to get in the way, and what the path to healing from abandonment looks like.Tune in to learn how to set boundaries in various aspects of your life, create positive spaces, and start your own journey to healing from past hurt.Let’s make it an awesome day!Some Questions I Ask:How do you talk to negative friends without letting them bring you down? (2:25)How do you nurture a relationship with a loved one who is an addict? (10:49)How can I heal my heart from past abandonment? (16:10)In This Episode You Will Learn:Why it’s important to limit negativity in your life and surround yourself with the right people. (4:45)How to limit set boundaries for yourself around your interaction with negative energy. (6:37)Why it’s important to enter into relationships to give rather than to get. (16:21)What the journey to healing from abandonment practically looks like. (23:52)How to access your unconsciousness to effectively access and heal trauma. (26:38)Connect with Nicole:EmailFacebookFacebook Group: Believe It - Achieve ItInstagramConnect with Janet:EmailWebsiteFacebookInstagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

31 MINJUL 7
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How to Cultivate Positive Relationships with Dr. Janet Fienemann

Looking for Guardian Angels with Lizzy Harrington

Who are the guardian angels in your life?Guardian angels seem to always show up right on time when you need them most. For Lizzy Harrington, she found her guardian angel shortly after experiencing the loss of her child through stillbirth. This guardian angel took her hand, gave her support, and was always there to lend an ear.On this episode, Lizzy vulnerably shares her story of experiencing the loss of a child, the joy of being a parent, and the experience of caretaking for a child with Glycogen Storage Disease. She also shares what her emotional and physical healing processes have been like, and how she continues to live a thriving life.Tune in to hear more about Lizzy's journey thus far!In This Episode, You Will Learn:How Lizzy’s story begins. (3:12)How a guardian angel helped support Lizzy after her stillbirth. (14:14)How Lizzy learned to heal and start living again. (16:42)The mindset that keeps Lizzy upbeat and loving life today. (25:27)Connect with Lizzy:FacebookConnect with Nicole:FacebookFacebook Group: Believe It - Achieve ItInstagramEmail See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

33 MINJUN 30
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Looking for Guardian Angels with Lizzy Harrington

Winning Against All Odds with Kevin Parker

What limiting beliefs are holding you back?As Kevin Parker says, the only thing that can hold you back are the beliefs you hold in your head. But when you work on yourself, shift your mindset, and work on your weaknesses, you become unstoppable.On this episode, I talk with Kevin Parker about his life journey thus far. Now, Kevin is a speaker, author, and coach, but the path to get here wasn’t easy. At 10 years old, Kevin became addicted to drugs, which sent him down a dark path that nearly ended his life for good. While in recovery, he had to learn how to eat, drink, talk, and walk from scratch, as well as get his life in order. Now that he’s on the other side of his addictions, Kevin’s mission is to help others recover, thrive, and become ultimately unstoppable.Tune in to hear more about Kevin’s journey and how you can transform your life too.Some Questions I Ask:Tell us about Winning Against All Odds. (4:01)What would you say to someone struggling with an addiction today? (26:18)What are the 6 Human Needs? (27:48)How can listeners get in touch with you? (36:34)In this Episode, You Will Learn:How Kevin began his journey to recovery from his drug addictions. (4:06)What it was like for Kevin to learn how to eat, drink, talk, and walk again. (16:40)What the mental, emotional, and relational healing processes were like for Kevin. (18:47)How Kevin now helps individuals & families heal from addiction. (29:48)How Kevin became unstoppable. (33:56)Connect with Kevin Parker:WebsiteFacebookInstagramEmailConnect with Nicole:FacebookFacebook Group: Believe It - Achieve ItInstagramEmail See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

41 MINJUN 23
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Winning Against All Odds with Kevin Parker

A Bit Of Background On My Life

Today, it’s just me! I thought I would take some time to share my journey to getting where I am today and give my listeners a little more insight into my life. I’ve always been passionate about personal development and aim to support and inspire people who want to live their best life.In this episode, I get into how my family dynamics growing up affected me, what the turning point in my life was, and more on what I do as a Life Success Coach. My life has been a series of ups and downs and the experiences I’ve gone through have been a huge influence on the career path I’ve chosen.A huge inspiration behind the mindset I have today is Tony Robbins. His methods and techniques have been a turning point for me in how I approach those fears and allowed me to feel safe enough to let love into my life. I have learned to face things head-on and respond to adversity with a smile and dive into how I’ve recovered from and pulled myself out of a negative headspace.For those who are keen to hear more, tune in to Episode 9 of Believe It, Achieve It!In This Episode You Will Learn:Some background on myself & What I do as a Life Success Coach (1:24)What love means to me now and how my relationship with the word has changed (3:05)What my family dynamics were like growing up & Background on my family (5:11)How my family situation influenced my decision making as a teenager (7:41)How my sexual assault impacted my life (8:46)My experience in my first serious relationship (9:53)How the murder of my former partner impacted me (11:48)What my life was like after his murder & When I hit my breaking point (15:09)How I started to heal myself (19:16)How I discovered Tony Robbins & How he influenced my life (21:35)My personal approach to adversity and why I choose to stay positive (32:24)Connect With Nicole Winley:Email: coachnicolewindley@gmail.comFacebookBelieve It - Achieve It Facebook GroupInstagramResources:Seminar: “Unleash The Power Within” Tony RobbinsDocumentary: “I Am Not Your Guru” Tony Robbins See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

37 MINJUN 16
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A Bit Of Background On My Life

Breaking Free from the 24-Hour News Cycle with Dr. Janet Fienemann

How are you holding up?With everything going on in the world today, from the global pandemic to the protests throughout the United States, the 24-hour news cycle can be both overwhelming and triggering for many.In this episode, we’re addressing exactly that. Dr. Janet Fienemann joins me for another real and raw conversation. This time, Janet talks about how to grow and heal from past trauma, as well as learning to respond to inevitable triggers. We also discuss strategies for talking about race with children, and ultimately how to bring more love and gratitude into the world.Tune in to shift your perspective on the world and spark healing in your own life.In This Episode, You Will Learn:Why so many people are feeling triggered around the United States right now. (3:41)How to learn and grow after experiencing a tragedy. (8:11)How to talk about the racial protests and state of the country with kids. (17:26)How to experience gratitude and spread love throughout the world. (25:04)Connect with Nicole:EmailFacebookFacebook Group: Believe It - Achieve ItInstagramConnect with Janet:EmailWebsiteFacebookInstagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

29 MINJUN 9
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Breaking Free from the 24-Hour News Cycle with Dr. Janet Fienemann

Detox Your Life

Did you know that the majority of people, right now, have no idea what it feels like to be healthy?That is because we’re on toxic overload. Everything, from the air we breathe, the food we eat, or the cleaning solutions we use, is filled with toxins that affect our body and our immune system to a significant degree.In today’s episode, my guests, Chelsea and Rob, share with us ways in which we can change the statistics and move the needle to a more balanced and healthier life. They debunk myths, they give real-life examples of how essential oils prove to be helpful to our body, and they give us a glimpse of how they empower people to advocate for their own health.Chelsea and Rob Messer have a mission to change the health and lifestyle of the current generation so that we can save our future generation with natural solutions. They encourage people to not only live more naturally but use their passion to follow their dreams into the life they have always wanted to live. Chelsea and Rob have a passion for holistic health and wellness, with a focus on natural uses for essential oils as plant-based medicine.Listen to Episode 07 of Believe It, Achieve It, to learn the importance of living a natural lifestyle and eliminating, one step at a time, the toxins that invade our space.In this episode, you will learn:How I met Rob. (02:01)What a natural lifestyle coach entails. (05:04)The truth behind the myth that says, “Natural lifestyle is expensive”. (08:38)Two stories that show how a natural lifestyle also benefits your pets. (13:25)Our immune system is built to win against the natural enemies, but can only fight if we’re not suppressing it. (18:15)How to develop the mindset of living a natural lifestyle. (24:46)A story that dates all the way back to the bubonic plague that proves how efficient essential oils are to our health. (32:16)Connect with Rob & Chelsea:WebsiteInstagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

38 MINJUN 2
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Detox Your Life

Latest Episodes

Living in the Unknown & How We Can Help Our Friends in the Midst of Covid-19 with Dr. Janet Fienemann

This year has been an absolute whirlwind of emotions. Living in the midst of the current pandemic has brought with it feelings of stress, anxiety and grief, but there are ways that we can practice self care and learn to prioritise our needs, even in these confusing and uncertain times.In today’s episode, I’m joined once again by my friend and semi regular Co-Host, Dr. Janet Fienemann! We dive into how to cope with the newfound feelings of guilt and shame that the pandemic has brought out, ways we can help those around us who are experiencing feelings of depression, as well as how to break the cycle of living in verbally abusive relationships.Tune in to Episode 16 of Believe It, Achieve It for more helpful mental health and wellbeing insights!In This Episode You Will Learn:What a lot of people are underestimating about Covid-19 (2:20)Janet’s insights into the feelings of guilt and shame surrounding positive Coronavirus diagnoses & Ways to cope with those emotions (5:00)Why a fear of the unknown is so prevalent at the moment & How I’ve been feeling in isolation as someone who lives alone (9:26)Why I choose to limit my news intake & Why we need to learn to prioritise our own needs (10:43)How to navigate the complexities behind asking for help right now (12:49)How we can help the people in our circle who are experiencing feelings of depression (15:52)Janet’s experience with clients whose spouses are depressed (22:59)What we can do to better communicate with friends who have depression (24:10)How to break the pattern of being in verbally abusive relationships (27:10)Mental and physical exercises that can assist in alleviating stress (32:32)Apps and resources that assist with sleep (40:19)Connect With Nicole Windley:Email: coachnicolewindley@gmail.comFacebookBelieve It, Achieve It - Facebook GroupInstagramConnect With Dr. Janet Fienemann:Email: janet@drjanetfienemann.comWebsiteFacebookInstagramResources:Website: ‘Mental Health America’Website: ‘National Alliance on Mental Illness’ (NAMI)Website: ‘Talkspace’App: ‘Headspace’ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

43 MIN6 d ago
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Living in the Unknown & How We Can Help Our Friends in the Midst of Covid-19 with Dr. Janet Fienemann

Moving Through Life With Grace, Gratitude and Love

Today’s is going to be a little different. I had originally planned to have a guest on, but due to a few technical issues I’ve had to improvise and record a solo episode. Though I was disappointed my listeners didn’t get to hear the first recording, I wasn’t going to let those setbacks stop me from producing another great episode and sharing my values of gratitude, grace and love with all of you!I’m going to be diving in to what I’ve learned about my own strength through the challenges that lockdown has presented, why we should be focusing on our emotional fitness as well as a our physical bodies, and break down my personal mission statement in life and share how it’s made me into the person I am today.So tune in to Episode 15 of Believe It, Achieve It to hear more amazing insights into the world of personal development!In This Episode You Will Learn:How I’ve managed to improvise through the power of commitment (1:07)What this podcast means to me & Why receiving feedback from my listeners’ has been so inspiring (3:06)My personal turning point in deciding I was going to live my life to the fullest (4:24)What the adjustment to socially distanced workouts has felt like during lockdown & What it’s taught me about my own perseverance (4:58)Why I try to approach situations with levity and balance & How I project that into others’ lives (8:57)How choosing to live life with grace, gratitude and love can change our outlook (11:56)My personal mission statement (13:39)The power of practicing gratitude & Why suffering is so often a choice we make (14:07)The meaning behind my tattoos and their placement (16:50)How the term ‘Believe It, Achieve It’ was coined (18:29)Connect With Nicole Windley:Email: coachnicolewindley@gmail.comFacebookBelieve It - Achieve It Facebook GroupInstagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

23 MIN1 w ago
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Moving Through Life With Grace, Gratitude and Love

Throw Some Glitter on Your Trauma with Christina Barnes & Juli Sorg

What are you making out of your life?On this week’s episode, I talk with the hosts of the Post-Traumatic Glitter Disorder Podcast: Christina Barnes and Juli Sorg. These two women are inspirational, motivational, and sources of light in the world. But that doesn’t mean they’ve always had it easy; both women have had their fair share of trauma, and they’ve learned how to make the most out of life in the meantime.Tune in to hear about Christina’s journey of living with a difficult illness, how Juli and Christina came together to share their stories, and how they’re choosing happiness every single day.Life is what you dare to make it, so dare it to make it beautiful!In This Episode, You Will Learn:What is Post-Traumatic Glitter Disorder? (2:01)How Christina & Julie met and started their friendship. (2:08)Why Christina so deeply values meaningful connections and relationships. (8:05)What prompted the start of the Post-Traumatic Glitter Disorder Podcast. (11:55)What life can look like after working and moving through trauma. (19:36)Why finding your tribe can change your life trajectory for the better. (30:21)Connect with Christina & Juli:PodcastEmailInstagramJoin the Glitter GangConnect with Nicole:EmailFacebookFacebook Group: Believe It - Achieve ItInstagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

34 MIN2 w ago
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Throw Some Glitter on Your Trauma with Christina Barnes & Juli Sorg

Leading With Intention & Celebrating The Small Victories with Whitney Spotts

Joining me on the Podcast today is someone with an incredible story to share, Whitney Spotts! Whitney worked as a Physician’s Assistant in an ER before having a stroke that changed the course of her life. Her experiences have led her to adopting a truly admirable mindset and become an advocate for others who have been put under similar circumstances.In this episode, we discuss why practicing gratitude is so imperative, what it means to ‘become better’, and what Whitney’s rehabilitation was like after undergoing a major emergency surgery. So often, we believe that we aren’t capable of achieving what we set our minds to because of what we’ve been conditioned to think, but as Whitney shares throughout our conversation, ‘impossible is only an opinion.’ She is a prime example of how our circumstances do not define us and how we as individuals have more power than we tend to think.To hear more on Whitney’s amazing story, tune in to Episode 13 of Believe It, Achieve ItIn This Episode You Will Learn:Backstory on Whitney Spotts and what led her to where she is today (3:46)How Whitney’s stroke made her reflect on the pace her life was moving at (6:08)Whitney’s experience in the hospital and receiving surgery after the stroke (9:28)How the support from Whitney’s husband and daughter further strengthened her mindset going into emergency surgery (12:06)What the rehabilitation process felt like for Whitney (13:59)How Whitney’s recovery made her appreciate the small victories in her life (15:47)The mindset that brought Whitney to commit to becoming better instead of bitter (17:49)What ‘becoming better’ means to Whitney (19:52)How limiting my phone use has helped me stay present and connected (22:42)Why practicing gratitude is such a game-changer (24:22)A story from Tony Robbins’ recent ‘7 Day Comeback Challenge’ (30:01)What the acronym ‘B.E.F.A.S.T’ means & How it can help you spot a stroke (31:06)Connect With Nicole Windley:Email: coachnicolewindley@gmail.comFacebookBelieve It - Achieve It Facebook GroupInstagramConnect With Whitney Spotts:MediumResources:American Heart Association, First Coast GRFW 2020 - Whitney Spotts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

34 MIN3 w ago
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Leading With Intention & Celebrating The Small Victories with Whitney Spotts

How to Cultivate Positive Relationships with Dr. Janet Fienemann

It’s time for another Q&A with Janet Fienemann!This week is all about diving deep within, learning to listen to our inner voice, and finding ways to nurture ourselves no matter what obstacles come our way. Together, Janet and I answer questions around cultivating positive communities both online and offline, why it’s so important to care for yourself when life seems to get in the way, and what the path to healing from abandonment looks like.Tune in to learn how to set boundaries in various aspects of your life, create positive spaces, and start your own journey to healing from past hurt.Let’s make it an awesome day!Some Questions I Ask:How do you talk to negative friends without letting them bring you down? (2:25)How do you nurture a relationship with a loved one who is an addict? (10:49)How can I heal my heart from past abandonment? (16:10)In This Episode You Will Learn:Why it’s important to limit negativity in your life and surround yourself with the right people. (4:45)How to limit set boundaries for yourself around your interaction with negative energy. (6:37)Why it’s important to enter into relationships to give rather than to get. (16:21)What the journey to healing from abandonment practically looks like. (23:52)How to access your unconsciousness to effectively access and heal trauma. (26:38)Connect with Nicole:EmailFacebookFacebook Group: Believe It - Achieve ItInstagramConnect with Janet:EmailWebsiteFacebookInstagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

31 MINJUL 7
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How to Cultivate Positive Relationships with Dr. Janet Fienemann

Looking for Guardian Angels with Lizzy Harrington

Who are the guardian angels in your life?Guardian angels seem to always show up right on time when you need them most. For Lizzy Harrington, she found her guardian angel shortly after experiencing the loss of her child through stillbirth. This guardian angel took her hand, gave her support, and was always there to lend an ear.On this episode, Lizzy vulnerably shares her story of experiencing the loss of a child, the joy of being a parent, and the experience of caretaking for a child with Glycogen Storage Disease. She also shares what her emotional and physical healing processes have been like, and how she continues to live a thriving life.Tune in to hear more about Lizzy's journey thus far!In This Episode, You Will Learn:How Lizzy’s story begins. (3:12)How a guardian angel helped support Lizzy after her stillbirth. (14:14)How Lizzy learned to heal and start living again. (16:42)The mindset that keeps Lizzy upbeat and loving life today. (25:27)Connect with Lizzy:FacebookConnect with Nicole:FacebookFacebook Group: Believe It - Achieve ItInstagramEmail See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

33 MINJUN 30
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Looking for Guardian Angels with Lizzy Harrington

Winning Against All Odds with Kevin Parker

What limiting beliefs are holding you back?As Kevin Parker says, the only thing that can hold you back are the beliefs you hold in your head. But when you work on yourself, shift your mindset, and work on your weaknesses, you become unstoppable.On this episode, I talk with Kevin Parker about his life journey thus far. Now, Kevin is a speaker, author, and coach, but the path to get here wasn’t easy. At 10 years old, Kevin became addicted to drugs, which sent him down a dark path that nearly ended his life for good. While in recovery, he had to learn how to eat, drink, talk, and walk from scratch, as well as get his life in order. Now that he’s on the other side of his addictions, Kevin’s mission is to help others recover, thrive, and become ultimately unstoppable.Tune in to hear more about Kevin’s journey and how you can transform your life too.Some Questions I Ask:Tell us about Winning Against All Odds. (4:01)What would you say to someone struggling with an addiction today? (26:18)What are the 6 Human Needs? (27:48)How can listeners get in touch with you? (36:34)In this Episode, You Will Learn:How Kevin began his journey to recovery from his drug addictions. (4:06)What it was like for Kevin to learn how to eat, drink, talk, and walk again. (16:40)What the mental, emotional, and relational healing processes were like for Kevin. (18:47)How Kevin now helps individuals & families heal from addiction. (29:48)How Kevin became unstoppable. (33:56)Connect with Kevin Parker:WebsiteFacebookInstagramEmailConnect with Nicole:FacebookFacebook Group: Believe It - Achieve ItInstagramEmail See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

41 MINJUN 23
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Winning Against All Odds with Kevin Parker

A Bit Of Background On My Life

Today, it’s just me! I thought I would take some time to share my journey to getting where I am today and give my listeners a little more insight into my life. I’ve always been passionate about personal development and aim to support and inspire people who want to live their best life.In this episode, I get into how my family dynamics growing up affected me, what the turning point in my life was, and more on what I do as a Life Success Coach. My life has been a series of ups and downs and the experiences I’ve gone through have been a huge influence on the career path I’ve chosen.A huge inspiration behind the mindset I have today is Tony Robbins. His methods and techniques have been a turning point for me in how I approach those fears and allowed me to feel safe enough to let love into my life. I have learned to face things head-on and respond to adversity with a smile and dive into how I’ve recovered from and pulled myself out of a negative headspace.For those who are keen to hear more, tune in to Episode 9 of Believe It, Achieve It!In This Episode You Will Learn:Some background on myself & What I do as a Life Success Coach (1:24)What love means to me now and how my relationship with the word has changed (3:05)What my family dynamics were like growing up & Background on my family (5:11)How my family situation influenced my decision making as a teenager (7:41)How my sexual assault impacted my life (8:46)My experience in my first serious relationship (9:53)How the murder of my former partner impacted me (11:48)What my life was like after his murder & When I hit my breaking point (15:09)How I started to heal myself (19:16)How I discovered Tony Robbins & How he influenced my life (21:35)My personal approach to adversity and why I choose to stay positive (32:24)Connect With Nicole Winley:Email: coachnicolewindley@gmail.comFacebookBelieve It - Achieve It Facebook GroupInstagramResources:Seminar: “Unleash The Power Within” Tony RobbinsDocumentary: “I Am Not Your Guru” Tony Robbins See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

37 MINJUN 16
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A Bit Of Background On My Life

Breaking Free from the 24-Hour News Cycle with Dr. Janet Fienemann

How are you holding up?With everything going on in the world today, from the global pandemic to the protests throughout the United States, the 24-hour news cycle can be both overwhelming and triggering for many.In this episode, we’re addressing exactly that. Dr. Janet Fienemann joins me for another real and raw conversation. This time, Janet talks about how to grow and heal from past trauma, as well as learning to respond to inevitable triggers. We also discuss strategies for talking about race with children, and ultimately how to bring more love and gratitude into the world.Tune in to shift your perspective on the world and spark healing in your own life.In This Episode, You Will Learn:Why so many people are feeling triggered around the United States right now. (3:41)How to learn and grow after experiencing a tragedy. (8:11)How to talk about the racial protests and state of the country with kids. (17:26)How to experience gratitude and spread love throughout the world. (25:04)Connect with Nicole:EmailFacebookFacebook Group: Believe It - Achieve ItInstagramConnect with Janet:EmailWebsiteFacebookInstagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

29 MINJUN 9
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Breaking Free from the 24-Hour News Cycle with Dr. Janet Fienemann

Detox Your Life

Did you know that the majority of people, right now, have no idea what it feels like to be healthy?That is because we’re on toxic overload. Everything, from the air we breathe, the food we eat, or the cleaning solutions we use, is filled with toxins that affect our body and our immune system to a significant degree.In today’s episode, my guests, Chelsea and Rob, share with us ways in which we can change the statistics and move the needle to a more balanced and healthier life. They debunk myths, they give real-life examples of how essential oils prove to be helpful to our body, and they give us a glimpse of how they empower people to advocate for their own health.Chelsea and Rob Messer have a mission to change the health and lifestyle of the current generation so that we can save our future generation with natural solutions. They encourage people to not only live more naturally but use their passion to follow their dreams into the life they have always wanted to live. Chelsea and Rob have a passion for holistic health and wellness, with a focus on natural uses for essential oils as plant-based medicine.Listen to Episode 07 of Believe It, Achieve It, to learn the importance of living a natural lifestyle and eliminating, one step at a time, the toxins that invade our space.In this episode, you will learn:How I met Rob. (02:01)What a natural lifestyle coach entails. (05:04)The truth behind the myth that says, “Natural lifestyle is expensive”. (08:38)Two stories that show how a natural lifestyle also benefits your pets. (13:25)Our immune system is built to win against the natural enemies, but can only fight if we’re not suppressing it. (18:15)How to develop the mindset of living a natural lifestyle. (24:46)A story that dates all the way back to the bubonic plague that proves how efficient essential oils are to our health. (32:16)Connect with Rob & Chelsea:WebsiteInstagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

38 MINJUN 2
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Detox Your Life
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