Change doesn’t happen on its own; it takes work and effort. And a little bit of hope and motivation. This week on the podcast, our guest, Chris Castelino, talks about the work he did to pull himself out of a long period of grief and inaction. And the results are amazing!
A youth in trouble isn’t a lost cause; they’re an opportunity for hope and leadership. That’s the mindset Tina Clem of Calgary Youth Justice Society has when working with youth who have been in the court system. And the language the youth gain through their work with CYJS is just what sets them on the right path.
Ryan Quinn joins the podcast this week to share how we can find hope and motivation by finding and focusing on our purpose.
Jessica Fraser and Lindsay discuss how you can make your dreams a reality, go on more adventures, and live your life in alignment with where you want to be.
Ashley Graham and Lindsay discuss recognizing your unique, conscious voice, and how you can use it to show up for yourself and others.
Scott Perry joins the podcast to discuss how you can uncover your values, distinguish your talents, and find where you truly belong.
Christine Powers joins Lindsay to share her story and inspire us to see the potential and opportunities in our lives, even when it all goes up in flames.
These negative feelings of anger and despair might seem discouraging to you, but Karen Styles joins me on the podcast today to share why they shouldn’t be.
What you’re seeing as frustration on the surface, could actually be a seed of hope inside of you, telling you that there are better things to come. Learn how to uncover that voice and find the motivation you need to make a change in your life.
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 …
“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 …
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