072: How a life-changing event led to an awakening for Home Franchise Concepts CEO Shirin Behzadi

Hell Yes Lifers, today my guest on the podcast is Shirin Behzadi. Shirin is the CEO of Home Franchise Concepts (HFC), one of the world’s largest franchise businesses. HFC’s three brands include Budget Blinds, Tailored Living and Concrete Craft. Under Shirin’s leadership, the company has seen a 71% increase in sales since 2015 and is on track to reach $700 million in systemwide sales in 2018.

As an entrepreneur herself and mother of two, Shirin has dedicated her life to helping franchisees including “Momtrepreneurs,” enterprising Millennials, veterans and boomers, realize their financial and personal dreams.

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071: How to Authentically Connect with Influencers with Rise25 Cofounder John Corcoran

Hell Yes Lifers, today my guest on the podcast is John Corcoran. John is one of the co-founders of Rise25, a company that helps conference organizers and software companies increase engagement, revenues, and referrals through VIP events. John is also the creator of Smart Business Revolution and the Smart Business Revolution podcast and he has written for Forbes, Entrepreneur, Business Insider, Lifehacker, The San Francisco Chronicle. He is also a former Clinton White House Writer and Speechwriter to the Governor of California.

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070: How to Master the Power of Productivity with Matthew Wilson

Hell Yes Entrepreneurs, get ready to geek out on productivity tips, because today my guest on the Hell Yes Life podcast is Matthew Wilson, the founder of 3x5goals.com.

Matthew has spent more than 10 years studying the principles behind effectively managing time, being productive and working toward the achievement of goals. He has tried a variety of different methods but found them complicated and overwhelming. One day he picked up a 3x5 card and decided that if it didn’t fit on there, it wasn’t important.

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069: Why I created the Hell Yes 10, a Quest-Driven Mastermind for Hell Yes Entrepreneurs

In this short solo episode, learn about my new exciting offering for Hell Yes Entrepreneurs, the Hell Yes 10, a 90-Day gamified, quest-based mastermind group for purpose-driven entrepreneurs that will help you expand your impact and win the biggest quest of your life.

If you’ve got a major business quest you want to complete in 90 days, and you think you’ve got what it takes to be a member of the Hell Yes 10, then visit hellyes10.com to learn more and apply to join the group.

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068: The Firebox Principle: The 7 Drives That Fuel Every Entrepreneur with Matt Brauning

Hell Yes Entrepreneurs, I’m excited because today my guest is Matt Brauning. Matt is a best-selling author, speaker, seminar leader and a master trainer of NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming).

Matt was a self-made millionaire by the age of 25. He is the founder of Evolution Seminars and has spoken and taught all over the world on the subjects of Leadership, Communication, and Presentation Skills.

He hosts The Purpose Driven Entrepreneur podcast, was mentored by Tony Robbins, and was filmed in the movie “The Journey” with Brian Tracy and Bob Proctor, and consults with fortune 100 companies on Leadership.

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067: What is a Hell Yes Entrepreneur?

Hey there Hell Yes Lifers. On today’s solo episode of Hell Yes Life (the first of Season 3), I talk about why I’ve decided to focus the podcast on a specific target audience: Hell Yes Entrepreneurs.

We’ll talk about what it means to be a Hell Yes Entrepreneur, some of the key characteristics, as well as some of the challenges we face as “HYEs”. I’ll also give you some examples of guests I’ve had on the show who fit the HYE profile (hint: just about all of them do).

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066: How to Live the Bucketlist Lifestyle with Chase Boehringer

Hey there Hell Yes Lifers, I’m excited to share with you my first interview episode of Season 3 of the Hell Yes Life podcast (now coming to you in both audio and video). My special guest is Chase Boehringer, founder of The Bucketlist LifestyleChase is great guy who went from crippling depression to travelling the world and checking off the boxes of his own bucket list. He’s now a world traveler, world record holder, and he’s even appeared (and won) on the Price is Right!

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065: Flow or No

This week, we talk about the concept of "Flow or No."

 

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064: The Power of No

This week, I talk about the power of giving and receiving No's.

 

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063: Black Panther, Elon Musk, and the Power of Creative Visioning

This week on the HYL podcast, we talk about the power of creative visioning, and I offer up a few examples. First, I tell you a bit about a vision board I recently completed and what it includes. (See the link to a video that shows you how to do it yourself below, and check out the image on the episode page to see my vision board.)

 

I then talk a bit about a few examples of visioning I've seen out in the world over the past few weeks - one was at the Black Panther movie, a second has to do with Elon Musk's rocket launch a few weeks ago, and the third is related to something school shooting survivor Emma Gonzalez said in her speech last week.

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062: Why Stories Are Killing Us…And How They Can Save Us

Listen in as I break down how stories are screwing with your brain, manipulating your attention, and ruining your life. Oh, and by the way, they can save us too! 🙂

 

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061: A Few Thoughts on The Last Jedi

Today on the HYL Podcast, I'm chiming in, somewhat belatedly, on the latest Star Wars movie, The Last Jedi. As you may or may not be aware, this movie has sparked a lot of diverse opinions, with some people saying they thought it was the best Star Wars movie ever while others are saying this movie marks the death of the new trilogy and Star Wars in general. 

 

As a life-long Star Wars fan, I couldn't resist adding my two cents to the pile, so take a listen to my thoughts about the movie, plus my recommendation about the one thing I think you should do if you hated The Last Jedi (or any other creative work for that matter).

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060: Why You Need to Set Boundaries with Crazymakers

In this episode, I talk about a topic that I have discovered (over the course of recording this episode) that I am passionate about, and that topic is...well, if you read the title of the episode, you know what the topic is: Crazymakers and how to set boundaries with them. In truth, we only start to touch on the actual boundary-setting piece, but I think this is a good primer on a topic I'll likely return to again in the future.

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059: On Finding Your Voice

Today on the podcast I wax rhapsodic on the topic of finding one's voice...or more specifically, my voice. Why are we doing what we're doing? Is it to get more likes or followers? Or is it because it's what we really think or care about? Are we asking ourselves the dream-killing question "What will they think of me?" or are we asking: "What do I think of me? What do I want to do? What do I love?

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058: Lessons from the Sh*tstorm

On today's episode, I check in with an update about the family crisis I'm in the midst of that caused me to pause the podcast at the beginning of November. Over the course of this rather long, rambling episode, I also talk about some of the lessons I've learned so far from going through one of the most challenging times in my life. 

 

Toward the end, I go over the parameters of this "Season 2" of the podcast (Short version: I'm in Minimum Viable Podcast mode, and the only rule is, there are no rules.)

 

The overall theme of this season of the podcast is: Adversity, so please feel free to send me your stories about how you faced or overcame adversity and the lessons you learned.

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057: Hitting the Pause Button

This week on the Hell Yes Life podcast, I announce that I'm going on hiatus for awhile, and leave you with some  thoughts on what it means to live a Hell Yes Life to ponder during the break. Thank you for a great first season of the podcast,  and see you in 2018!

 

 

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How to Rise From the Ashes and Transform Your Life with Giovanna Capozza

Giovanna Capozza is my guest on the Hell Yes Life podcast this week. Giovanna is a Master Life Coach, Emotional & Spiritual Intelligence Educator and Mind/Body Expert. She began her spiritual and personal development journey over 20 years ago and now acts as a catalyst for the transformation of the mind and the belief systems that hold you back and sabotage your life, relationships and businesses.

 

In 2013 Giovanna shifted her focus to work predominantly with women who are ready to start playing a bigger game and living a bigger life.

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How to Make Enemies with the Present Moment (and 2 Ways to Stop)

This week on the Hell Yes Life podcast, I'm doing another blogisode. It's called "How to Make enemies with the Present Moment, and 2 Ways to Stop. Feel free to listen to the episode, read the post below....or both! We'll be back next week with another interview episode.

How to Make Enemies with the Present Moment (And 2 Ways To Stop)

 

Here's the thing about deciding to pursue your dreams: As soon as you do, you may well find yourself making enemies with your present circumstances.

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Lessons from Little Ones with Nick Britton

Nick Britton, author of Lessons from the Little Ones is my guest this week on the Hell Yes Life podcast. Nick has held many positions in his life –he is a former football player and military academy graduate—but he says his one of his favorite jobs has been as a preschool teacher.

 

Listen in to my conversation with Nick as we discuss what children can teach us and how we can access the positive innate childlike qualities like spontaneity, determination, presence, and curiosity that are inside all of us.

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053: 3 Steps to an Intentional Life with Diane Forster

Diane Forster is an intentional living expert and the best-selling author of “I Have Today: Find Your Passion, Purpose and Smile…Finally!” She is the Founder of “I Have Today” focused on helping women live empowered, fulfilling lives through books, digital programs, speaking, live events, coaching, mentoring, and webinars. 

 

Diane is also a certified coach, mentor, and mastermind facilitator in NLP. She works with clients privately on their professional and personal goals, with High Level Mastermind Groups, and with Couples to “fix” their marriage.

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052: How to Awaken Your Creative Consciousness with Breaking Into Brilliance Author Lynn Singer

Note: Click here to access my bonus interview with Lynn Singer about the process she went through to create her multi-media project, Breaking Into Brilliance.

 

Hell Yes Lifers, today my guest is Lynn Singer. Lynn is an actress, renowned voiceover professional and voice coach, and also the author of a new one-of-a-kind multimedia project called Breaking Into Brilliance: An Awakening of Creative Consciousness.

 

Lynn describes Breaking Into Brilliance as an interactive, animated, emotional, online experience masquerading as a book.

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051: Spreading Positivity through PEAR Cards – with Nathan Anderson and Matthew Roberts

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Today my guests on the Hell Yes Life podcast are Nathan Anderson and Matthew Roberts. Nathan and Matthew are the founders of PEAR cards, and PEAR stands for Positive Engagement and Response.

 

Nathan and Matthew created PEAR cards, a card-based activity for families, friends, coworkers, classrooms, or any social situation to help create positive communication.

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050: 7 Inspiring Stories from the First 50 Episodes of HYL

Hello Hell Yes Lifers and welcome to episode 50 of the Hell Yes Life podcast!

 

To celebrate our 50th episode, I have put together a collection of some of my favorite stories from the first 49 episodes. All of these stories are about turning point moments where the teller faced some sort of challenge and learned something from it.

 

In this episode, you’ll hear stories from Quito Keutla, Peter Feysa, Felice Cohen, Kathy Tuccaro, Dave Sanderson, Cathy O’Dowd and Chris Ballew.

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049: From the Presidents to Caspar Babypants: How Chris Ballew Found His True Calling as a Children’s Singer

In this episode of the Hell Yes Life, I speak with Chris Ballew as he recalls his meeting with Madonna while performing in the band The Presidents Of The United States of America. Chris talks about his experiences with Beck, in both performing and learning from the singer songwriter. Chris discusses The Beatles and their influence on his own career, how he dealt with fame and popularity, as well as how he went from famous rock star to children’s singer songwriter.

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048: The Ego’s Code: Understand the Truth Behind Your Negativity with Clayton John Ainger

Hell Yes Lifers, today my guest is Clayton John Ainger.

 

Clayton is a six-time award-winning author of the book, The Ego’s Code: Understand the Truth Behind Your Negativity. In the book, Clayton explores the spiritual reasons for negativity, its purpose and where it comes from. He explains the effect on the physical body, the mind, and how it impacts on your life. Based in the United Kingdom, Clayton is also an internationally recognized psychic medium, spiritual teacher and spiritual coach.

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047: The Road Out of Victim Town

[Today's episode is a blogisode - a podcast episode based on a blog post. You can feel free to listen to the episode, read the post below, or both!]

 

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I'm having a William S. Burroughs moment, or something like that but without the psilocybin.

 

I am holed up in a motel in Anaheim California and I am in the midst of writing my first book in the next five hours or bust.

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046: How Can I Help You?

This week, we're doing something a bit different. Instead of the usual Tuesday interview episode, I'm checking in with an update about the show and my recent trip to Anaheim, California for the Podcast Movement 2017 conference. I then pose an important question to YOU, my treasured and valued HYL listener. 

 

And heck, I guess I'm going to blow the suspense in case you don't want to listen but still are interested in offering feedback.

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045: How Tiny Leaps Can Lead to Big Changes with Gregg Clunis

Gregg Clunis is an entrepreneur, podcaster, and consultant and the host of Tiny Leaps, Big Changes, a top-ranked podcast that is focused on making personal development simple and, as Gregg says, “less ‘fluffy’”. In Gregg’s own words: “Personal development has become about saying things that sound nice, but aren’t rooted in any practicality. I started this podcast as a response to what I felt was a rotting personal development industry. Since then it’s grown into a larger community of people around the world who want to change their lives but realize it will take one step at a time to get there.”

 

On the episode, we talk about:

 

· How and why Gregg dove into the world of podcasting

 

· Why he thinks just talking about finding your passion and the work you love can be dangerous

 

· How he decided to create a podcast that focuses on the day-to-day things we can do to improve our lives

 

· Why he thinks the personal development industry can be elitist and that personal development itself is “just your life”

 

· Plus a HYL exclusive announcement about an exciting development in Gregg’s life.

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044: Mastering the Craft of Creativity with Comedian Bob Stromberg

Bob Stromberg travels continually performing his very unique blend of original story, standup and shtick. His work has leftlasting impressions on Fortune 500 companies, raised multimillions for nonprofits,garnered literary and theater awards and broken box office recordsin the US and Europe. The London Times said “ He’s a genuinely funny man”.The Chicago Sun Times called him, “… a mesmerizing physical comedian.”

 

Bob has joined a very small group of elite artists who have stayed prolific and profitably busy for over forty years.

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043: How to Achieve Financial Freedom with Tim Rhode of 1 Life Fully Lived

Tim Rhode is the founder of 1 Life Fully Lived, an organization he says he created in order to change the lives of millions of people across the planet by offer a hand up, instead of a handout. 

 

Tim says he got off to a slow start in life. He barely graduated from high school, and never went to college. At 25, Tim was a part-time grocery clerk and he also painted addresses on people’s curbs so he could buy diapers for his kids.

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042: How a 65-foot Wave Changed Brenna Hindman’s Life (HYL Stories #1)

Hell Yes Lifers, today I’m offering up a new kind of episode. It’s called HYL Stories. I had a conversation with Brenna Hindman a few weeks ago and she told me a story about a boat trip that completely changed her perspective on life. I thought it might be worth sharing her story with you. So for this episode, Brenna tells her story, and then I ask some questions afterward. Please go to the contact page on HellYesLife.com and let me know what you think of this format.

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041: #MyDreamIs: How Tay and Val Inspired Thousands to Follow Their Dreams

Award-winning filmmakers, Tay and Val left successful media careers, closed their production company in Singapore, wrapped work on their nationally televised television series P.S. I’m Sorry, and set off to travel the world by bicycle for a documentary project to inspire dreams.

 

Six years, three continents, more than 400 public talks and national radio and TV appearances in twelve countries, and 2 TEDx talks later, Tay and Val settled in the Pacific Northwest and became City Artists of Seattle.

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040: Your Hell Yes Relationship: How to Move from Selfish to Sacred with Kendra Cunov

 

Today my guest on the podcast is teacher and coach Kendra Cunov. Rich Litvin, Author of “The Prosperous Coach” calls Kendra one of the most powerful coaches & leaders he knows.

 

Kendra Cunov has been teaching, facilitating, and (most importantly) practicing Authentic Relating & Integral Circling for the last fifteen years. She works with organizations, leaders & coaches and has consulted for companies such as Genentech & is currently on staff for 4PC, an elite mastermind for the top 4% of coaches in the world, which was founded by Rick Litvin.

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039: How Origami Artist Ross Symons Attracted 100k+ Instagram Followers, One Fold at a Time

Ross Symons is an origami artist who lives in Cape Town, South Africa. Three years ago, Ross was working in a 9-to-5 job as a website developer, and he was miserable. He decided to dedicate the entire year of 2014 to improving his origami skills and sharing it with world. That’s when he started his popular Instagram account, where he folded and posted a different origami figure every day of the year. He increased his following on this account from just 120 to over 100,000 in under 18 months.

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038: Finish the Sandwich

On this FreeFormMonday (FFM) episode, we talk about the theme of finishing what you start. I talk about a strange habit I noticed last year when I was working with a coach and the mantra I started using to break the habit. I also talk about one of the big practices I've used to increase the likelihood that I'll finish a project.

 

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037: From Nepal with Love: How Jeff Rasley Found a Life of Adventure and Service in the Himalaya

Jeff Rasley is an avid outdoorsman and recreational athlete who has trekked or climbed in the India-Nepal Himalayas almost every year since 1995. He is author of nine books including "India - Nepal Himalayas In the Moment" and "Bringing Progress to Paradise: What I Got from Giving to a Mountain Village in Nepal". Jeff is president of the Basa Village Foundation, which funds culturally sensitive development in Nepal. He is also U.S. liaison for the Himalayan expedition company Adventure GeoTreks Ltd.

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036: On the Grateful Dead, having fun, taking small steps, and more

In today's episode (FreeFormFriday #3) I talk about my recent and unexpected fascination with the Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia's outlook on life, where his top priority was having fun. But first, I discuss some recent steps I've taken toward my Hell Yes dream of being a professional speaker.

 

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035: From Finance to Founding Tough Girl Challenges: Why Sarah Williams Chose a Life of Adventure

 

Today my guest is Sarah Williams. Sarah is the host of the the Tough Girl Podcast. After working in finance for 8 years, Sarah quit her job and spent 18 months travelling the world, climbing Kilimanjaro, backpacking around South America and going skiing. She used this time to help her decide what she wanted to do with her life. Not long after, she launched her podcast.

 

Sarah says the mission of the podcast is motivate and inspire women and girls.

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034: On Time, Money and Donald Trump

On this Free Form Friday episode, I'm on the (side of the) road and going rogue, talking about time, money and Donald Trump.

 

 

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033: Step 5: Take Your Hell Yes Action (5 Steps to a HYL)

Today we talk about the fifth and final step in the 5 Steps to a Hell Yes Life process. Congratulations! You made it through all 5! (You did listen to the other four, right? 🙂 In this episode, we review the 5-step process, hear some wise quotes about taking action, discuss the meaning of the saying "throwing your hat over the fence", and go over several ways you can take meaningful action toward your Hell Yes Life today!

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032: 50+ Vacations in 5 Years: How to Run a Successful Business While You Travel the World – with Millie Leung

 

Today my guest is Millie Leung. Millie is an entrepreneur, author and international speaker. She is also a wife and a mother of two young girls. She runs a successful business from her mobile phone and laptop and has been on over 50 family vacations in the last five years. Her passions include entrepreneurship, financial education and personal growth. Her book 'Mind and Money Makeover' launched in July of 2016 on Amazon.com and has achieved Best Seller status in three categories.

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031: From 0 to 3.5M Facebook Followers in 3 years: How to Attract a Massive Social Media Following with Steven Aitchison

 

Steven Aitchison is a speaker, coach, writer, author, entrepreneur and Facebook expert. Steven has amassed an online following of over 3.5 million followers. Originally starting his business in personal development, his expertise in social media, blogging, coaching, and growing an online business has become highly sought after, leading him to create Your Digital Formula, a program for entrepreneurs to grow their online presence and grow their business. Steven’s network of heart-centered entrepreneurs reaches over 100 million people a day with their unique messages, while also helping entrepreneurs grow their audience and their individual business.

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030: How Cathy O’Dowd Climbed Mount Everest, One Step at a Time

 

Cathy O’Dowd is the first woman in the world to climb Mount Everest from both its north and south sides. She was also on the mountain in 1996 during the infamous storm that took the lives of several people and inspired the book Into Thin Air and the movie Everest.

 

In the late 1990’s, Cathy was completing her master’s degree in Media Studies in South Africa, when she saw a newspaper advertisement for a place on the first South African Everest expedition.

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029: Why Every Moment Matters with Miracle on the Hudson Survivor Dave Sanderson

 

On January 15, 2009, Dave Sanderson was the last passenger off the back of US Airways Flight 1549, the plane that crashed into the Hudson River, which is best known as the “Miracle on the Hudson”. Dave was largely responsible for making sure many others made it out safely.

Since that day, Dave has gone on to become a motivational speaker and author. Currently, Sanderson averages over 100 speeches a year for major corporations across the United States as well as overseas.

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028: How Olympia LePoint Overcame Mathaphobia and Helped Launch 28 Space Shuttle Missions

 

Olympia LePoint is an internationally-recognized science leader who helped launch NASA’s Endeavor, Discovery, Columbia, and Atlantis space shuttles, part of a career total of 28 space shuttle launches. And yet, Olympia’s road to success wasn’t a straight one. Despite growing up in challenging circumstances and failing algebra and geometry in high school, Olympia persisted toward her vision of working at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

With some help from teachers and others along the way, Olympia went on to earn a Bachelors of Science Degree in Mathematics, and a Master’s of Science Degree in Applied Mathematics and to graduate in the top five of her class at California State University Northridge.

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027: Step 4 – ID your Hell No’s (5 Steps to a HYL)

 

Today on the Hell Yes Life podcast, we delve into Step 4 of the 5-Step Hell Yes Life process, which is "ID your Hell No's". In this step, we take a look at (cue scary music) YOUR PAST (ahhh!) and how it may be affecting you in the present. We discuss triggers and how to recognize when you've been triggered, codependency and how to deal with that question that so often stops us in our tracks: "What will they think of me?" We also touch on a few of the tools I have in my toolbox to identify past patterns and deal with them on a daily basis. 

 

(Note that while I have had a lot of experience working on myself, I am not a licensed psychologist, therapist, or anything like that, so take anything I say here with a grain of salt, and consult a trained professional if you're feeling depressed, etc.)​

 

 

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026: Why Britany Felix Ditched the 9-to-5, Hit the Road, and Started Living Unconventionally

Britany Felix, host of the travel podcast, Living Unconventionally, is my guest on today's show. In the Spring of 2016, Britany Felix and her husband quit the highest paying jobs they’d ever had, sold almost everything they owned (including their home), and began traveling the Western United States in their RV. Britany is also the owner of Custom Podcast Editing where she helps everyday people discover the power of podcasting and how to get their message out into the world.

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025: On Cutting to the Chase, Creative Distraction, Having Fun, and More (FreeFormFriday #1)

In this first edition of what I'm calling FreeFormFriday, I talk about the ideas of creative distraction and cutting to the chase, as well as doing little things to have fun and come alive throughout your day. Are you busying yourself with things that really don't matter because you're secretly avoiding the big, risky thing that could really move things forward? Have you given up some of the fun things you used to do because you've decided "I'm too old for that" or some other excuse?

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024: How Driving the Biggest Truck in the World Helped Kathy Tuccaro to Dream Big

Kathy Tuccaro is the author of the upcoming book “Dream Big! Overcoming a Lifetime of Trauma and Abuse That Led to Dreams of Success.” In addition to being a motivational speaker and author, Kathy works full time as a heavy equipment operator, and part of her job is to drive THE BIGGEST TRUCK IN THE WORLD! She drives a 400-ton Caterpillar truck up in the Alberta Oil Sands in Canada. (Check out the picture below of Kathy and this truck.

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023: Carlyn Montes de Oca on Why She Created “Dog as My Doctor, Cat as Nurse”

Today on the Hell Yes Life podcast, I’m excited to have as my guest animal advocate Carlyn Montes De Oca. Carlyn is animal-human health expert, speaker and author of the brand new book “Dog as My Doctor, Cat as My Nurse: An Animal Lover’s Guide to a Healthy, Happy, and Extraordinary Life.” Carlyn is a former film editor and she has worked on such classic movies as "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" and "Three Men and a Little Lady".

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