S06 | 04 – Hope in Sight with Dr. Tim Saltys

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There is possibly no hope more potent than one that promises to give you back something you thought you had lost. And that’s something Dr. Tim Saltys, our guest this week specializes in. As a chiropractic neurologist he has helped people regain not only the function of their limbs but also their hope. As someone who swore never to be …

S06 | 03 – Planting Seeds of Action with Lauren Herschel

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Lauren stands as a great example of how seeds of action can slowly plant themselves into our lives which then bloom into the initiatives we take to pay forward to those around us. This is how Lauren became the first anonymous kidney donor in Calgary when she donated her kidney to a total stranger. Join us as we talk about …

S06 | 02 – Illuminating Your Path with Josephine Tite

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“Hope is just enough light to illuminate the path you’re on so you don’t have to sit in complete darkness.” Our guest this week wants to ensure that everyone has a sense of meaning and purpose when they take their last breath. Josephine Tite works with the elderly living in home facilities to make their time there as meaningful as …

S06 | 01 – Fueling Compassion Through Resiliency with Dr. Laura Hambley Lovett

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Trigger Warning: This week’s podcast contains mentions of sex-trafficking, domestic abuse, along with mentions of oppression and possession of women. If that is something that causes you distress or you are not currently in the state of mind for that at the moment, take your time listening to this week’s episode! When you feel ready and prepared, we hope you’ll …

S05 | 12- Living a Purposeful Life with Hung Nguyen

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Finding purpose in life is a journey, some may even call it an…amazing race? Well, this week’s guest is no stranger to races or to hope! From her parents’ story of seeking refuge after the Vietnam War to the 5-weeks that changed her life, Hung has found hope through her trials and tribulations. Join us as we dig deep into …

S05 | 11 – Raising Hope with Dan Tricarico

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Who doesn’t have bad days? Whether it’s a stressful week, a bad day, or just overwhelming anxiety, it can get pretty hard to stay hopeful. Well, our guest this week may have a way of changing the way we look at the stressors in our lives as he teaches us what it means to be “zen” and what it means …

S05 | 10 – Be a Catalyst for Hope with Denise Summers

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One thing that’s become abundantly clear to the world this past year is that mental health does not discriminate. Anybody in any situation is susceptible to experiencing mental illness, addiction, abuse, or any other sort of trauma. Denise Summers joins us on the podcast today to explain that this is exactly why hope is a necessity. Everybody needs to have …

S05 | 08 – Be the Author of Your Own Story with Genevieve Graham

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Have you ever been paralyzed by the fear of failure? Sometimes, that fear keeps us from taking opportunities that come our way. We miss out on pieces of ourselves and what we could be. Today we are joined by author Genevieve Graham, and her question is, What’s the alternative? What is actually holding you back from following your passions? If …

S05 | 07 – Embracing Your Journey with Kendra Reddy

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I think hope has a PR problem. Part of that? People tend to have this idea that having hope makes your life all sunshine and rainbows. But the truth is that the journey of hope isn’t always easy and it doesn’t look the same to everyone. It’s personal and ever-changing. Everyone’s definition of hope is different. You need to find …