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Courageous Living

Sarah Tolbert & Heidi McLain

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Certified Life Coaches, Sarah Tolbert and Heidi McLain, have joined coaching forces to talk about the typical issues people face from day to day. The Courageous Living Podcast is about you and acting purposefully in spite of fear. Our goal is to share with you information, skills and techniques to help you live a more joyful, purposeful, and fulfilling life.
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I blew up my life: career, relationship, home, booze, fitness and lifestyle. I couldn’t be happier. A daily dose of ordinary courage can lead to extraordinary change. Join me, Linda McLachlan, and my diverse and inspiring guests for stories of conscious, everyday courage. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
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Welcome to Suzanne Says...Courageous Conversations About Life and Living. Host Suzanne Bird-Harris talks with friends and colleagues about what lights them up, their fears and flaws, who they’ve been, who they are, and who they are becoming. You know...the stuff that makes and breaks us. If you are hell-bent on wringing every last drop of awesome out of this life and the time you have here, this podcast is for you. More at SuzanneSaysPodcast.com.
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A Canadian, an American and a Brit walk into a bar… for a light-hearted discussion about alcohol. Our experiences of it and our social obsession with it. Are you into it, or over it? Host Linda McLachlan and friends, Vijay Chavda and Ryan Geismar chat about how alcohol has played a role in their lives - from childhood to parenthood. How have things…
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Cindy Villanova is a daughter, sister, mother, and grandmother. She’s an author, consultant, entrepreneur and public speaker. She’s also a seventh degree black belt, master instructor and the owner of a martial arts studio in Austin, Texas. Cindy’s parents were a mixed race couple in the early 1960s in southern California. They faced prejudice but …
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Jean-Sébastien Cournoyer aka ‘JS’. He’s a son, brother, husband and father of 5 children. JS is a venture capitalist and entrepreneur. He’s the co-founder of Real Ventures and Montreal Startups. Both are early-stage venture capital firms that backs entrepreneurs and build the ecosystems in which they thrive. JS has primarily worked with entrepreneu…
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Anne Bokma is a daughter, sister and mother. Anne’s also an award-winning journalist, writing coach, workshop leader and author. Anne is also the founder of Hamilton’s popular 6-Minute Memoir live storytelling event which has also become a podcast, also called the 6-Minute Memoir. Growing up in a fundamentalist sect, the Canadian Reform Church, her…
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Amy Conway-Hatcher is a mother, daughter, wife, sister and middle child, attorney and a former Federal prosecutor. After 6 years as a prosecutor, Amy moved to private practice eventually becoming an equity partner in one of several firms that make up what is known as ‘Big Law’. These large legal entities with sometimes thousands of lawyers and offi…
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Author, Public Speaker, Podcaster, Owner of the Architect's Table, and Life Coach LaToya Knight shares her courageous story of overcoming cancer. If you want to improve your relationship you can go to Amazon and purchase her book "No More Settling: Finding Wholeness in Relationships" And women if you want to improve your relationship with God LaToy…
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J. Paul Nadeau is a brother and father. He’s the son of a violently abusive, alcoholic father. At 7 years old he decided he wanted to be a police officer so he could arrest his own father. Life in school was not much better as Paul was conditioned to believe he was worthless and incapable of amounting to much. At 16, his father killed himself with …
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Niti Nadarajah is a sister, daughter, and Senior Counsel at Philip Morris in Australia. She worked as a lawyer in private practice in Australia and the UK before moving in-house to Philip Morris. She is the mother of four babies. She has a 7-year old daughter and a 2-year old son. Between their births she experienced the anticipatory joy of pregnan…
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Mr. Gohl passed away peacefully on January 13, 2022. He was 100 years young. He is reunited with his beloved Marjorie and missed by his loving children, grandchildren, former students and friends. Rest in peace, sir. Season 1, Episode 10: 99 Years Young Ron Gohl was 99 years young as of August 4, 2020. He was a son, father, grandfather and WWII vet…
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Stefan de Villiers is a son, brother, husband and fur daddy to two dogs, Lola and Lucy. He has a masters degree in clinical social work and he’s a podcaster. He was born in Canada to Afrikaans parents. Growing up, his family moved back and forth between Canada and South Africa four times which caused a first layer of tension around his identity. He…
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Lohifa Pogoson-Acker is a mother, sister, daughter, entrepreneur, social activist and in Linda’s mind, the unofficial Mayor of Hamilton, Canada. Born in Nigeria, Lohifa came to Canada at 16, via the UK. Her parents were professionals and she’d had some opportunities to travel but she was excited about this new adventure, embracing a new country, di…
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Ellen Lettrich came into my world billed as "flaky, but you'll love her!" The second part is true, but Ellen...flaky? Absolutely not. Too many irons in the fire? Maybe...but busy people get things done, and Ellen. Gets. Shit. Done. She's the type of woman who has to take action when she sees a problem she can solve. Even if it means a career change…
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Irene Kabot has done a lot in her life and now, at 69 and retired, she's still asking, "What's next?" She was a physical education teacher in New York City Public Schools. She helped to build four water wells in Kenya through fundraising, which is how I met her. She contacted me to build a website for the wells project called Wells of Love and Hope…
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Martin Parnell is a father, husband, grandfather, son, and brother. In 2001, Martin lost his wife Wendy to cancer. Almost a year later, his brothers challenged him to run a marathon. As a highly competitive trio they decided to take it on. He strapped on his running shoes and quickly discovered how hard a challenge like this might be. He was 47 yea…
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In the second half of my late, late-night conversation with my friend, Gail Oliveira, we get a little...candid?...about our conundrum of being single at this stage of our lives. We talk about how we go about figuring out what we want in a partner and discuss examples we've seen in other relationships. I tell the story of my grandma Maysel's second …
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It's always a trick to connect with my friend, Gail Oliveira because there's a helluva time difference between Oklahoma and Okinawa, but boy howdy...when we do? We go all over the place in the conversation! We were finally able to connect on a late Saturday night (for me) and a lazy Sunday afternoon (for her) and the result is another 2-episode con…
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Beth Riungu is a mother, sister, daughter. She’s been a registered nurse, a chef, administrator and is now developing a business as a soul midwife or death doula. In her twenties she traveled to Africa to learn more about her Kenyan father. As she shared in her blog, her blended Scottish-Kenyan ancestry meant she was “neither a local nor tourist, s…
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Ernie Louttit’s a son, brother, father and soon, a Moshum or ‘grandfather’. He’s a Missanabie Cree from Northern Ontario. He grew up in a town call Oba, about 1,000 kilometers or a 12 & a half-hour drive north of Toronto, Canada. While now it is a place where he goes to heal his soul, it was a rough start. He dropped out of school and started worki…
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My friend, Charline Touchard, lives and runs her business traveling around the country in an RV. When I asked her my opening question (who are you?) - wow, did I learn a lot! Not least of which is how much we have in common despite the fact that she's married (I'm not), she doesn't have kids (I do), and she takes everything (including her kitchen s…
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My friend Brook Packard is a creative dynamo. She's an introvert, a thinker, a musician, a writer, an activist... the list goes on and on. This is why I found her answer to my first question (Who are you?) so interesting. And from there we talked about our shared perspective as introverts, saying YES more often to and in life, and the many and vari…
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Dr. Cynthia Miller is a daughter, sister and mother. She’s a designer, visual artist, whitewater river guide, adventurer, healer, author and PhD in Cellular Transformation & the Psychology of Change. She is the daughter of one of the scientists responsible for creating the bombs, Fat Man and Little Boy dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima respectively…
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Ruth Guerriero is the Senior Director of Clinical and Non-Residential Services with Genesis Women's Shelter & Support in Dallas, Texas. She is an advocate for families that experience Domestic Violence providing services for thousands in the community. Ruth shares what life is like for her clients and what resources are available to those who are e…
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Tisha Latham is an extraordinary mom of 3 who not only is a survivor of domestic violence, she is a domestic violence advocate helping others who are going through their own journey of pain. She shares her courageous story of survival and what helped her get through the opposition she faced and how she rebuilt her life after abuse and homelessness.…
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Marty dropped a bomb at the end of the last episode (the first half of our conversation) and that's where we pick up here. He explains why he calls me his "wife from another life" and we talk about past lives, childhood memories, and the looming presence of death as a constant reminder to create lives we really love and want to live. Marty and I ca…
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Daren Blakely is first class all the way. He is a loving Husband and Father, a Veteran, Author, Ministry Leader, Finance Manager and Business Manager. He leads with kindness and by example. Throughout his life he has faced opposition with courage and grace. He survived the loss of his high school sweetheart who passed from Pancreatic Cancer, and th…
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Marty Marsh is definitely one of the souls I was meant to find and know in this lifetime. I know this because in our very first conversation I felt like I was talking to someone I already knew really well. That was back in 2008 or 2009...neither of us can remember exactly. A fellow empath, Marty and I talk about energy, what connects us as people, …
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John Ruffolo is a father, son, a first generation Canadian, an avid cyclist, and member of Les Domestiques a philanthropic cycling team. He is an entrepreneur’s entrepreneur. In the business world, John joined OMERS Pension fund over a decade ago, and founded OMERS Ventures, a private equity fund established to back promising Canadian companies Not…
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I met Bill in person for the first time in September of 2016 when I took him to dinner on his birthday... in Portland, Maine. Odd, because he lives in St. Louis, Missouri, and I live in Tulsa, Oklahoma. We tell you that story, of course, but that's not the invitation he and I talk about in this conversation. The invitation Bill accepted takes him 7…
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James and I met about a year ago in an online group. He is hands down one of the most creative people I know. He also has one of the most... unique (yeah, I'll go with that LOL) ...brands I've ever come across. Over the last year, I've had the pleasure of getting to know the man behind the brand and I couldn't wait for this conversation! Listen in …
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Nikia Hammonds Blakely is the founder of IChampion Publishing, Author of "The Fight: Chronicles of a Champion", Co-Author of "Crosses & Crowns", Public Speaker, Singer, Wife, Mother, and 2 Time Breast Cancer Survivor and Advocate. She is courageous and remarkable in her personal and professional life and is led and sustained by her husband, family,…
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Questioning the meaning of life, who we are, why we're here, the role of religion in our story, how our identities are formed are but a few of the topics Landon Porter and I explore in this conversation. As you'll hear him point out, he and I have much in common and are alike in many ways. Yet we are radically different, too, and that is due to our…
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Meet my bestie, Kim Donavan. I love talking to Kim because ... well, you'll soon see why. In this conversation, we cover everything from dating to how we've grown over the years to 'selfish' as a compliment and more. As someone who often doesn't know what I really think until it comes flying out of my mouth, Kim is my safe place to express myself a…
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Lori and I have known each other for years, yet even I didn't know how her childhood cat had first modeled for her what she wanted to do for others as a vocation. In this conversation, we talk about how difficult it is to separate who you are from what you do, how entrepreneurship has changed us, and our shared perspective that our beautiful brains…
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She’s also the mother of a son who went through 5 cancers: 3 times with childhood leukemia and 2 times with adult tongue cancer. When her son Ryan was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Standard Risk with (CNS) Central Nervous System involvement at age 2, she dug in. She drew from her deep faith, family and friends for what was a fight for…
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