Amiga, Handle Your Shit


Trust and Surrender to Find the Magic

Ep. 30
Life is too short for tunnel visions, and if we open our eyes and our minds to all the possibilities in front of us, we can begin to see the unlimited magic that we all have inside.Today’s episode is a bit different than what you’re used to. I’m spicing it up by getting in the guest’s seat! And I thought, who other than my dear friend, Ashley Gonor, would be better to interview me? She’s the host of her own podcast, Uncover Your Magic, and she’s got a natural way of leading inspiring conversations. I’m telling you, Amigas, you’re in for a treat!We talk a little bit about my journey of being a lawyer more than I had set out for myself when I started, how personal development courses taught me to trust my inner spirit and let it lead the way, and how we can find magic in everything that surrounds us if we change the way we look at things.Tune in to Episode 30 to learn that you have the potential to become whoever you desire. We’re not short on tips either on how to handle your shit - they’re sprinkled throughout the entire episode, so pay attention!In This Episode, You Will Learn:When the student is ready, the teacher appears. It’s never too late to bring magic into your life. (04:49)A tunnel vision limits your possibilities. (12:30)Surrounding yourself with like-minded people is so empowering. (16:20)When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change (24:44)Why I decided to start the Amiga, Handle Your Shit podcast and the hidden magic behind it. (31:33)Trust and follow your intuition, even if you don’t know where it takes you. (42:16)Life is unlimited and we can do, be, or have anything we want. (48:18)My tips for you, Amigas, to handle your shit. (50:32)Connect with Ashley:WebsiteFacebookInstagramRaising Confidence Free MasterclassUncover Your Magic PodcastLet’s Connect!WebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInJackie Tapia Arbonne websiteHow To Handle Your Shit Amiga & Have a Better Life! - Free masterclass

Ho'oponopono Prayer With Jackie Tapia

Season 1, Ep. 29
Last Sunday was Mother’s Day, a special day to celebrate all the hard-working mamasitas out there. Being a mother is the most rewarding, but let’s admit it, also the most difficult job in the world. Our kids are the joys of our lives, but we need to be honest with ourselves and accept that sometimes joys are accompanied also by downsides. We can feel tired, stressed out, sad, or even resentful toward others or ourselves. This is why we need to learn to let go and embrace everything life pushes in our direction.Today I want to talk to you about forgiveness. Forgiveness is not easy. There is not a switch that we can turn on or off and magically say “I forgive you”. Forgiveness is more a process of introspection and acceptance. We need to look inside ourselves, accept our resentment and consciously decide to let it go. Years ago I came across a powerful Hawaiian prayer called “Hoʻoponopono prayer” that gave me a way to easily do this introspective process and forgive.Are you feeling resentful toward someone and you don’t know what to do? Are you having trouble forgiving yourslef for something you have done, said, or thought? Do you want to learn a trustworthy way to forgive and let things go? Then you came across this episode for a reason. Tune on to find out how a simple prayer made of just 4 easy steps can change your life for good and finally embrace your life.In This Episode You Will Learn :Why I decided to share this prayer with all of you. (1.40)Which are the 4 steps of the Hoʻoponopono prayer (6.37)What will happen if you allow yourself to forgive. (8.35)Let’s Connect!WebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInJackie Tapia Arbonne website

Serving, Not Selling with Veronica Franco

Ep. 28
Do you know the difference between selling and serving? Today’s episode will teach you the importance of leading your personal and professional life with the mission to help others.I am joined today by my sister from another mister, Veronica Franco. Veronica is a VP of Sales for Provident Title Company, an incredible wife, mother, and inspiration to all Latinas out there. Veronica’s background growing up in California and Mexico with parents as immigrants taught her the values that she lives her life by, which fuels her success.Veronica has been in the title industry for the past 26 years and has accomplished so much throughout her career. What makes Veronica’s success different in her sales career is that her approach is not about selling but instead, serving. Listen up, Amigas, and take notes on Veronica’s amazing tips so you can invest in yourself and build the career you are capable of!Tune in to Episode 28 to learn about Veronica’s background growing up in California as the daughter of Mexican immigrants, how she built her successful career, and what her tips are for Amigas to handle their shit!In This Episode You Will LearnAbout Veronica’s background (5:35)What it means to serve instead of sell (12:24)How Veronica’s values were established (14:56)Why it’s important to invest in yourself (28:34)Veronica’s tips for Amigas to handle their shit (31:45)Connect with Veronica:LinkedInExecutive Leadership Development ProgramInstagramLet’s Connect!WebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInJackie Tapia Arbonne websiteHow To Handle Your Shit Amiga & Have a Better Life! - Free masterclass

Autism Awareness With Linette Falcon

Season 1, Ep. 27
Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech, and nonverbal communication. According to the National Autism Association, autism affects an estimated 1 in 54 children in the United States today. Because Autism is a spectrum disorder, it can range from very mild to very severe and occur in all ethnic, socioeconomic, and age groups. Generally, males are four times more likely to have autism than females.In our society, there is still a lot of stigmas and prejudice surrounding Autism. The belief that people on the spectrum can’t adjust to our “neurotypical world”, that they don’t have socials skills, and that they can’t contribute to society is shared by numerous people oround the world. Now it’s time for a change and acceptance, and the only way to do it is through proper education.April is Autism Awareness month, so I thought it would have been very important having a special guest talking about this important topic. Today’s guest, Linette Falcon is an independent, Spanish-speaking living trust consultant. She's also the founder of Helpers Of Mankind, a non-profit association helping children with AD/HD Autism spectrum. Linette’s son was diagnosed with Autism when he was 7 years old. After the diagnosis, Linette started studying this condition and with her strength and determination, was able to find the perfect treatment to help her son striving.Life’s not always easy, sometimes it puts us in a front of difficult situations that seem impossible to overcome. If you want to learn how to handle your shit even in the most stressful situations, join my “How to Handle your Shit and live a better life Masterclass”. It will take place on April 27, at 6 pm, April 29, at 6 pm and Friday, April 30 at noon, and the best thing of all, It’s absolutely free! Just click the link below and join me in this adventure.JOIN THE MASTERCLASSSome Questions I Ask:How did you come to the conclusion that there was something happening, that your son wasn't meeting the markers of development? (13.04)Did you have to follow a different treatment plan after your son was diagnosed with Autism? (19.20)What kind of resources do you have in your nonprofit? (40.28)In This Episode You Will Learn :What Linette did after the diagnosis and how she found the perfect treatment for her son. (19.33)How following a special diet can help kids with Autism. (26.50)What Linette’s no-profit Helpers For Mankind does. (41.18)Connect with Linette:InstagramWebsiteFacebookLet’s Connect!WebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInJackie Tapia Arbonne website

Mind, Body, and Meteorology with Vera Jimenez

Ep. 26
What has your family sacrificed for you to follow your dream?I am joined today by an amazing friend of mine, Vera Jimenez. Vera is a Senior Meteorologist at KTLA Los Angeles. She is also a real estate investor, healthy living advocate, business mentor, and traffic reporter. Vera was born in Mexico and is a prime example of a badass Latina making the most out of life!Vera has 20 years of experience in front of the camera and has mastered the habits to look, feel, and perform her best on TV. She teaches others how to age gracefully and take care of themselves, because physical and mental health go hand in hand. Vera believes we can all flourish by being good to ourselves, our community, and our planet.Tune in to Episode 26 to learn about Vera’s experience growing up, how she pursued her dream of being a meteorologist, and how she finds time to pursue multiple passions.Some Questions I Ask:What happened after you got your first job and your residency? (14:12)How do you find balance? (36:06)What are your tips for how an Amiga can handle their shit? (43:18)In This Episode You Will LearnAbout Vera’s upbringing (5:00)How Vera pursued her dream of being a meteorologist (20:06)The importance of internal work (27:20)To be confident in your accomplishments (42:20)Connect with Vera:FacebookTwitterInstagramLet’s Connect!WebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInJackie Tapia Arbonne websiteHow To Handle Your Shit Amiga & Have a Better Life! - Free masterclass

Write Your Own Authentic Story with Janna Lopez

Season 1, Ep. 25
Have you ever experienced a breakthrough? A moment in your life when you felt the necessity to change something and you said to yourself, enough is enough, I'm done, I'm ready to move on with something new? If the answer is yes, I am sure you know how difficult it must have been for you in that moment. When you accept this acknowledgment, your life changes in a way. You need to be 100% honest with yourself and accept that in order to embrace a more positive future, you need to go through some darkness.Today’s guest, Janna Lopez, a successful author, podcaster, and coach, will tell us how she was able to deal with the darkest moment in her life, and how only by being honest with herself and accepting the pain, she was able to move on and create a new life for herself.Janna Lopez has recently published her first book called “Me, My Selfie and I: a midlife conversation about loss, Identity, rief, and seeing who you are. She hosts a weekly podcast called Identity Talk. She teaches weekly writing workshops. Jenna's life, passion, and work consistently revolves around expression through words and images.If you want to order the life you want and transform the way you think like Janna did, Join my “How to Handle your Shit and live a better life Masterclass”. It will take place on April 27, at 6pm, April 29, at 6pm and Friday, April 30 at noon, and the best thing of all, It’s absolutely free! Just click the link below and join me in this adventure.JOIN THE MASTERCLASSSome Questions I Ask:How did the writing come about? Was this a dream of yours? (12.36)How were you loved and understood in your writing? (18.15)Are there any other tips that you have on how an Amiga can handle her shit? (39.04)In This Episode You Will Learn :How Janna discovered she was a writer (12.45)Janna most recent breakthrough (21.08)When and where Janna’s next writing retreat will take place. (36.36)Connect with Janna:InstagramWebsiteStart Your Writing JourneyFacebookLet’s Connect!WebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInJackie Tapia Arbonne website

Connecting Latina Consumers and Communities with Danay Escanaverino

Ep. 24
Do you suffer from Imposter Syndrome? Look no further than this episode to remember that no matter what you’re doing, you deserve to be there!I am joined today by Danay Escanaverino, an incredible woman who is a proud Cuban immigrant. Danay is a Latina Entrepreneurs speaker, CEO, and founder of LunaSol Media, and founder of LatinaMeetup. At LunaSol Media, Danay leads a talented group of highly experienced online marketers in delivering measurable results for their clients.Danay’s unique career path includes launching a successful affiliate network through acquisition; developing an integrated marketing plan to bring together a suite of merged brands for a large interactive marketing agency, and breaking into the online Hispanic and Latino markets. Danay lives in gratitude every day, taking opportunities as they come and making them her own.Tune in to Episode 24 to learn about Danay’s background, the road trip that changed her perspective, and how she built her career!Some Questions I Ask:What made you settle down after the road trip? (11:22)What do you do at LunaSol Media? (18:26)What are your tips for Amigas to handle their shit? (28:08)In This Episode You Will LearnAbout Danay’s background (4:23)The incredible road trip Danay’s family went on (9:45)How Danay became involved in marketing (14:10)What Danay’s vision is for her future (24:26)Connect with Danay:TwitterWebsiteInstagramLet’s Connect!WebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInJackie Tapia Arbonne website

Triumphing Trauma with Veronica Ramos Clark

Ep. 22
Do you have a history of alcoholism or abuse in your family?I am joined today by the amazing Veronica Ramos Clark, a woman with an inspiring work ethic who has overcome so much. Veronica has a Master’s of Health Science in Counseling Psychology and has focused her career on Psychology and Addictionology, specializing in alcohol and drug abuse. She is the owner and founder of Fresh Start Counseling Services. Veronica is also an author and graduate of Jack Canfield’s Train the Trainer certificate program.Veronica Ramos Clark grew up in a dysfunctional household with an alcoholic and abusive father. Today, Veronica is using what she learned through her experience to help her clients overcome their traumatizing experiences. Throughout this episode, Veronica explains the details of her childhood, how she rose above the family dysfunction, and how she is empowering her clients to do the same.Tune in to Episode 22 to learn about Veronica’s traumatizing childhood, how she found her purpose, how to identify alcoholism tendencies, and more!Some Questions I Ask:How has your childhood shaped your career? (6:00)Can you share a moment when you knew this was a serious problem? (13:56)Can you tell us about your company? (22:11)Can you talk about your latest book? (34:45)In This Episode You Will LearnAbout Veronica’s background (3:30)How Veronica managed to change her mindset (10:50)What Veronica’s purpose is (21:20)About Latin culture and addiction (29:45)Veronica’s tips for Amigas to handle their shit (36:30)Connect with Veronica Ramos ClarkLinkedInInstagramFresh Start Counseling Services WebsiteLet’s Connect!WebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInJackie Tapia Arbonne website