017: How to Find Your Voice and Speak Your Truth with Robert Galinsky

Today my guest is Robert Galinsky. Robert is a public speaking coach, spoken word artist, playwright, activist and, as he describes himself, a town crier. He currently teaches teenagers at Rikers Island Jail through the Literacy for Incarcerated Teens program and through GalinskyCoaching.com, and he is the founder of the Galinsky Vounteer Vanguard.

 

He is the Head Speaker Coach for TEDxTeen and TEDxFultonStreet and he is a contributing editor for the new site The Fresh Toast.

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016: Step 2 – Create your Cringeworthy Vision (5 Steps to a HYL)

In this episode of the mini-series, "5 Steps to a Hell Yes Life", we move on to Step 2, creating our Hell Yes Vision, or as I Iike to call it, your "cringeworthy vision" - a vision so big, it makes you cringe to think about sharing it with other people. You've heard me ask my guests what their cringeworthy vision is. Now it's YOUR turn. Once you listen to the episode and write for 10 minutes on your vision, I dare you to head over to the Hell Yes Life Facebook group and post your cringeworthy vision.

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015: How to Live Large with Less with Felice Cohen

Felice Cohen is the author of “90 Lessons for Living Large in 90 Square Feet (...or More)” which came about after a YouTube video of her 90-square-foot Manhattan studio went viral. According to Felice 90 Lessons is a want-to guide motivating others to “live large” in any sized space. Felice writes the blog “Living Large in Any Space” and has been a professional organizer for 20 years.

 

Felice is also the author of “What Papa Told Me,” a memoir about her grandfather’s life before, during and after the Holocaust. The book has been endorsed by author and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Elie Wiesel and has sold 30,000 copies around the world.

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014: How Music Can Help You Communicate and Connect with Ed Roman

Musician Ed Roman is definitely living a Hell Yes Life, and he’s doing it his way.

 

Ed is a getting-dirt-under-your-fingernails kind of guy. Raised on a farm in Ontario, Canada, one of his favorite sayings is “dirty hands make clean money.” Ed has learned how to unplug from online life and get out into three-dimensional world to do tactile things like gardening.

 

“It’s not what you believe. It’s what you do.” That’s what Ed’s grandmother taught him, and he lives by that credo to this day.

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013: How to Uncover your Passion through Life Purpose Alchemy with Lisa Cherry Beaumont

Lisa Cherry Beaumont is a Life Purpose Coach, Workshop Leader, and Author of bestselling book Life Purpose Alchemy: Discover what fulfils you and do what you love for a living. Using her unique 6-step system, Lisa helps people who are stuck doing work they don’t love, and those who find themselves hopping from one frustrating business to the next, to understand what’s meaningful to them so they can do work or create a business that makes them happy and keeps them motivated.

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