Playlist · by Bethfratalia
10 episodes, 8 hours 45 mins
Navigating Marriage & Kids with Dennis Schoneveld
In this episode, Rachel and Dennis are on a super romantic couple’s trip to Bogota, Colombia (Disclaimer: Rachel’s passport was expiring and they used this as a frantic excuse for a date night getaway). As expected with Dennis on the show, you are in for another hilarious and slightly inappropriate episode. Rachel and Dennis discuss everything from their level of education and the education they hope Luna will have to vegan food and all the delicious things they are trying in Bogota and when they plan to have their next baby (although they disagree on it). Filled with other fun things, such as vomit and lice, you are sure to be laughing your butt off through out the entire show.
Away: Jen Rubio
In early 2015, Jen Rubio was racing through an airport to catch a flight when her suitcase broke, leaving a trail of clothing behind her. She tried to replace it with a stylish, durable, affordable suitcase — but she couldn't find one. So she decided to create her own. In less than a year, Jen and her co-founder Steph Korey raised $2.5 million to build their dream travel brand: a line of sleek, direct-to-consumer suitcases simply called Away. Jen's hunch that the brand would emotionally resonate with young, jet-setting customers paid off. Today, Away has become a cult luggage brand that has sold more than one million suitcases. PLUS in our postscript "How You Built That," how Jon Maroney made sledding easier for adults and more dynamic for kids with a pair of sleds that strap to your legs.
128: 10 SEO Strategies You Can Implement Today with Cinnamon Wolfe
Today on the podcast Cinnamon Wolfe, from Cinnamon Wolfe Co., returns to give us 10 SEO Strategies You Can Implement in Your Wedding Business!
130: Be Your Brand with Heather Dwight from Calluna Events
In today's episode, Heather is bringing her 16+ years of experience and sharing how we can and why we should "Be Our Brand" in the wedding industry. We discuss: - How to Find Your Why - How to Use Social Media in a Way that Serves our Business - Hiring a Team and Keeping Your Brand Integrity - AND MORE!
Sophia Roe: Chef, Wellness Expert, and Content Creator
Sophia Roe's passion for food and wellness started as a distraction from her tough childhood in the foster care system. Learn about her inspiring journey to becoming a chef, wellness expert, and thought leader.
SEO - Part Two
This is the second part of a five part series where I answer some of the biggest questions about SEO.
SEO - Part One
This is the first part of a five part series where I answer some of the biggest questions about SEO.
The Social Anxiety Toolbox
Boston-based clinical psychologist Ellen Hendriksen has become known for helping people through anxiety, which is something she has struggled with, too.Hendriksen wrote a book about it calledHow to Be Yourself: Quiet Your Inner Critic and Rise Above Social Anxiety. Our chief content officer, Elise Loehnen, asked Hendriksen to share the strategies she’s learned and tested to cope with social anxiety and move from fear and doubt toward authenticity and a genuine comfort with the person you are in the world. (For more, seeThe goop Podcasthub.)
Gwyneth x Dax Shepard: On Triggers and Self-Esteem
GP caught up with Dax Shepard at his studio and they covered a lot of ground: They talked about the roots of shame and fear, the things that they find triggering, and trying to figure out how to be intentional. They talked about what erodes self-esteem, what is erroneous to self-esteem, and what builds it. They swapped stories: relationship challenges, second chances at intimacy, navigating parenthood and fame. And they kept coming back to vulnerability—how to approach it, how to get comfortable with it, and what they’ve learned in the process. (P.S. On this episode, you’ll also hear a bit from Shepard’s right hand, Monica Padman. And as always, you can see more onThe goop Podcasthub.)
How to Become Your Future Self
“Nobody changes until they change their energy—and when you change your energy, you change your life,” says researcher and author JoeDispenza, DC.Dispenza’sworkexplores neuroscience, epigenetics, quantum physics, and consciousness. He’s become known for helping people heal in miraculous ways. (Hislatest book is calledBecoming Supernatural: How Common People Are Doing the Uncommon.) In this episode, he explains what at first appears to be magic, where science and mysticism intersect. It’s possible,Dispenzabelieves, to change the way you think, the way you act, the way you feel; to change your mind and body. The hardest part: not making the same choices you did the day before, choosing not to live by the emotions that keep you anchored to the past.“People wait their whole lives for something outside of them to change how they feel inside,”Dispenzasays. But priming your brain to be a map to a new future—that’s an energetic job in his book. (For more, see The goop Podcast hub.)
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