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  • 133. Why Should Everyone Travel? - Brainz Magazine Exclusive Interview With Drew Binsky

    37:15
    Drew Binsky, a Phoenix, Arizona native, is one of the youngest people in history to visit all 197 countries in the world. He completed this goal at age 30 and is one of 225 people to do so. He works as a full-time content creator with an online community of over 10 million, and his videos have garnered more than 5 billion overall views. Drew first got the travel bug after studying abroad in Prague, during his junior year of college. Then, shortly after graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, he took a job as an English teacher in South Korea, where he lived for two years. During that time, he started a travel blog which evolved into making travel videos on social media. His main goal is to inspire others to travel because the world is a beautiful place and traveling is the best education that you can have.In this episode, we discover the following:Why should everyone travel?How can we become better travelers?What’s the secret sauce for getting as many eyeballs on our content?What are Drew’s most exhilarating, scary, and blissful moments on his travels?With podcast host: Mark SephtonHope you'll enjoy the episode!

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  • 132. What Are The Most Common Problems People Have With Money? - Brainz Magazine Exclusive Interview With Adele Tevlin

    40:23
    Adele Tevlin is the creator and founder of The C.E.O Blueprint, a Transformational Development Company. She is a behavioral expert and pattern interrupter who uses a masterful combination of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), neuroscience, spirituality, energetics and psychology to ensure clients achieve the transformation and breakthroughs they are committed to making in their lives. She changes patterns, beliefs and behaviors by helping people rewire their subconscious mind. Over the past 20 years, Adele has specialized in helping business owners, entrepreneurs, naturopathic doctors, physicians, lawyers, realtors (and more!) create and produce massive elevations in their leadership and performance. Not only does her work apply to the business environment, it allows her clients to incorporate her methodology into their personal lives and relationships. In this episode, we discover the following:What is a behavioral expert and pattern interpreter?What are the most common problems people have with money?How do we change our relationship with money?How can we change and heal our minds?With podcast host: Mark SephtonHope you'll enjoy the episode!
  • 131. What Is Nurse Coaching? - Brainz Magazine Exclusive Interview With Julija Lemenaite

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    Julija started her healthcare journey during the global health pandemic in March 2020. Caregiver burnout hit her hard- working in a Level One Trauma Center in Chicago and she knew she needed a shift in her career that was more aligned with your soul's purpose. Julija became an accredited Board-Certified Nurse Coach. After launching her online business, she quickly realized this was the type of nursing she was looking for all along! In this episode, we discover the following:What is nurse coaching?How to transition from being busy to being productive.Why pen and paper are so useful when we feel overwhelmed?How to find clarity when faced with complex and overwhelming tasksWith podcast host: Mark SephtonHope you'll enjoy the episode!
  • 130. What Turns Potential Into Ability? - Brainz Magazine Exclusive Interview With Pam August

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    Pam is an insight activator, curious co-creator, culture whisperer, and, according to her 4th-grade teacher, "the spice that every classroom needs" always learning and learning all ways. She knows a lot about the power of potential in work and life and, more importantly, how to connect it. Her expertise stands on a solid foundation, including certification in fitness and nutrition, a Bachelor of Adult Education, a Master of Arts in Leadership, and numerous facilitation and coaching certifications. It springs to life through her diverse experience of fitness teaching and nutrition counseling, award-winning learning facilitation in higher education, being a people and culture developer, and being the Director of Culture Activation at WestJet Airlines, one of Canada´s most admired corporate cultures.Today, she is a trusted partner for high-performance organizations worldwide through her firm, Connecting Potential. Pam expertly guides them and fiercely champions the potential already there in three dimensions of organizational performance: within us as individuals, between us in relationships and teams, and around us in this thing called "culture". Her range and depth of experience in each dimension give her a unique trifecta of expertise in the people and culture development space as she fluidly facilitates connections between them for exponential impact. Pam is also a sought-after speaker, known for her infectious energy and experiential, activational messages. Her first book, Potential – How to Connect What´s Already There for Exponential Impact, synthesizes her rich, lifelong learning into a simple yet powerful mindset shift, operating system, and core practice for individuals, teams, and organizations to navigate today`s uncertainty with greater energy, ease, and effectiveness.Daily movement and delicious food fuel Pam; yoga and contemplative practices ground her; a wonderful husband and adult sons burst her heart with gratitude, and she loves to laugh – a lot!In this episode, we discover the following:What turns potential into ability?How we can go deeper in our learning and development.Why organizational development is important in the workplace.How we can become more insightful.With podcast host: Mark SephtonHope you'll enjoy the episode!
  • 129. What Are Boundaries And Why Do Some Of Us Not Keep Them? - Brainz Magazine Exclusive Interview With Christina L. Woods

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    Christina L. Woods is an internationally recognized Clinical Hypnotherapist, Rapid Transformational Therapist®, Empowerment Coach, and Reiki Master who empowers women to recognize their worth, shed old programs, and align with their authentic selves. Combining her 30 years in corporate leadership, Christina has turned her personal triumph over adversity into a beacon of hope for hundreds of women worldwide. As the CEO and Founder of Wise Woods Hypnotherapy, Inc., Christina leads with the heart and has channeled her formidable experience in overcoming complex challenges into fostering the potential within others. Her combined expertise in hypnotherapy, coaching, and energy healing inspired her to create her signature approach, the Wise Woods Method, which guides clients all over the world on a truly profound journey of self-discovery and change. Christina has been honing her intuition and spiritual energy practice throughout her entire life, and she brings this experience, knowledge, and wisdom to every client, and audience she connects with.Christina is an esteemed speaker who has graced over 75 podcasts and radio stations internationally, sharing her expertise and inspiring change. You can listen to some of Christina’s interviews at the Peak Performance Life Podcast and The Gratitude Cafe. Her influence extends beyond individual sessions, having spoken to diverse assemblies of women, aiding them on their paths to empowerment, and leading teams through intricate corporate and personal challenges. In addition to her deep mindset and healing work, Christina works with the non-profit organization, Lotus Rising International, whose mission is to provide holistic wellness recovery programs for survivors of human trafficking.In this episode, we discover the following:What are boundaries, and why do some of us not keep them?Why willpower isn’t enough when trying to shift our programming.How do we create new neural pathways?How to align our lives with our hearts.With podcast host: Mark SephtonHope you'll enjoy the episode!
  • 128. The 7 Questions Dain Encourages Us To Ask In His Book "Being Essential" - Brainz Magazine Exclusive Interview With Dain Dunston

    35:28
    Dain Dunston is a storyteller, future-finder and CEO-whisperer who has been fascinated with the concept of elevated awareness and consciousness since he was in college. Dain grew up in a family surrounded by literature, art, and music, from Prokofiev to Bebop to Blues. His mother was a reclusive painter and his father was on the fast track to becoming a CEO by the age of 45. From his earliest memories, he found himself fascinated by two fundamental philosophical questions: “Who are we?” And “Why are we here?”Years of helping leaders build their self-awareness by learning to ask the right questions led to Dain’s most recent book, Being Essential: Seven Questions for Living and Leading with Radical Self-Awareness. Leaders may think they know what they need to do but don’t have a clue who they need to be. ‘Radical Self-Awareness’ is a game-changing mindset that unlocks a more effective, agile approach to life, love and leadership.Dain is the founding partner of Reservoir LLC, a company designed to bring deep resources to leaders, led by a coalition of some of the most respected leadership thinkers, authors and executive coaches in the U.S. and Europe. Dain lives in Wimberley, Texas, with his wife, writer and art dealer Jean Compton, and their dogs Jackson and Maya.In this episode, we discover the following:How we become radically self-aware.Why so many leaders may know what to do, but have no clue of what they need to be.The 7 Questions Dain encourages us to ask in his book 'Being Essential.'How we are often caught in two minds and how to be in the right mind.With podcast host: Mark SephtonHope you'll enjoy the episode!
  • 127. Brainz Podcast Special Edition - Master Your Energy: A Guide For Energetic Hygiene

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    This is a special edition of the Brainz Podcast with Kim Guillory.In this episode, Kim unpacks into the concept of 'energetic hygiene,' likened to physical hygiene but focusing on managing personal energy, moods, and emotions. She shares ways to maintain a positive energetic state, leveraging personal experiences and practical advice. Kim also covers her strategic action planning to elevate energy levels and avoid the metaphorical 'swamp' of negativity. Follow these simple steps to improve your emotional and energetic well-being for better business outcomes and personal growth.Listen and enjoy!Do you like the content? Don't forget to subscribe to the Brainz Podcast.