Sinopsis

A podcast about the power of story: how we can use our stories to empower us and take the prerogative to re-frame the stories that hold us back, all while celebrating the unique heroic journey we each take.

Episodios

  • Episode 153 Climb Every Mountain: the quest to do hard things – Interview David Roskelly

    Episode 153 Climb Every Mountain: the quest to do hard things – Interview David Roskelly

    06/11/2019

    Sitting atop the world at 29,029 feet elevation is not something everyone has on their bucket list, but David Roskelley had a whole lot more than just that day in 2013 on top of Everest. He also summited the other 8 highest peaks on the 7 continents, as well as the 7 highest volcanoes. Tune in for our talk about doing hard things.

  • Episode 152 What Do You Love About YOUR Life Story?

    Episode 152 What Do You Love About YOUR Life Story?

    23/10/2019 Duración: 21min

    Episode 152 What Do You Love About YOUR Life Story? Welcome back to the Love Your Story Podcast. Today we are talking about what you love about your life story. I walked the streets, with microphone in hand, of Salt Lake City, Utah to find out what people love about their life story. Today I want you to think about what you love about your life story. Today we celebrate the things that are going right. The seeds you've planted that have born good fruit. What seeds have you sown and what fruit have you harvested? Ponder on that, but stay tuned to hear what people on the streets said when I put the microphone to them. At the most basic level of the Love Your Story movement we talk about how we are responsible for creating our best life stories on purpose - because we can. We celebrate the law of the harvest. We don't get apricots because we plant lettuce. Your life looks the way it does because of your thoughts, your words, your actions. If you're getting lettuce and you want apricots well, plant apricot seed

  • Episode 151 Finding Your Way to Healing: Interview Bethany Wallace

    Episode 151 Finding Your Way to Healing: Interview Bethany Wallace

    09/10/2019 Duración: 45min

    As we share stories around the technological campfire sometimes it seems the main tale is about the character who causes the harm and their path to destruction or learning. But there is also the other side of the story. The story of the victims, those affected by the poor choices of others. Today’s guest had an alcoholic father, two alcoholic husbands, and survived multiple sexual assaults and exploitations before the age of 20. Stay tuned as we hear Bethany’s story of triumph and her path to healing - a 12-step recovery program giving her the strength and insight to overcome, forgive, learn and take action. Her path to healing and mine were different, but we are celebrating and discussing how our paths to healing are different for everyone. Your path will come if you are open to it.

  • Episode 150: The Happiness Guru Is In: Interview with Andy Proctor

    Episode 150: The Happiness Guru Is In: Interview with Andy Proctor

    25/09/2019 Duración: 42min

    Who doesn’t want to be happy? When you ask someone what they want in life, the most common answer is “to be happy.” Often the idea of happiness is considered one of chance, luck, or the blessed, but the truth is that your happiness depends only upon the story you create in your own mind about your life. Today’s guest is a certified positive psychology practitioner who has been teaching the science of human flourishing to mass media audiences for the past 5 years. He is the host of the More Happy Life podcast and has been featured in The New York Times, ABC News, Fox Business and many other national publications. He is currently on the board of TEDxBYU and is the director of the 1000 Words speaker series. Tune in to hear some tips on happy.

  • Episode 149 How is Your Life Like a Fairytale?

    Episode 149 How is Your Life Like a Fairytale?

    11/09/2019 Duración: 24min

    Once upon a time, there was you…. And then what happened? Tune in to hear what people on the street said when I asked them how their life was like a fairytale

  • Episode 148 Keys to Courage: Interview with Amy Perkins

    Episode 148 Keys to Courage: Interview with Amy Perkins

    28/08/2019 Duración: 28min

    Today I’m interviewing Amy Perkins, whose platform is the Keys to Courage. Tune in to learn from a lady who has learned to manifest powerfully, and let’s see if we can find some keys for writing the life story we want to live for ourselves.

  • Episode 147 Both Sides of the Story: Inside Adoption – Interview with Cherie Burton and Wendy Toomer

    Episode 147 Both Sides of the Story: Inside Adoption – Interview with Cherie Burton and Wendy Toomer

    14/08/2019 Duración: 45min

    Episode 147 Both Sides of the Story: Inside Adoption - Interview with Cherie Burton and Wendy Toomer When Cherie Burton was 25 she got pregnant and was abandoned by the father. Her decision to adopt out her baby daughter was accompanied by all the birth mother grief, stigma, shame, and judgment that often accompanies an unwed mother and “giving a baby away.” She showed up on the adoptive parents' doorstep when her daughter was just 3 weeks old and Wendy’s new family let Cherie wake her up and rock her back to sleep. Cherie is here today to walk us through her story of the decision of choosing adoption, the path of the toll that takes on the heart and mind, and the things she’s learned. The adoption was an open adoption and the adoptive family has always been open with Wendy about her birth mom. Cherie says “I learned we do not own each other. Parents merely have stewardship and a our souls are on “loan” from the Divine. We’re just all here to teach each other love, sacrifice, forgiveness, kindness and comp

  • Episode 146 Carpooling With Death: Finding Peace in Loss – Interview Margaret Meloni

    Episode 146 Carpooling With Death: Finding Peace in Loss – Interview Margaret Meloni

    31/07/2019 Duración: 44min

    We've all heard the saying that "death is a part of life," but that doesn't soften the blow of loss or drive away our fears of the unknown. Author Margaret Meloni lost her father, mother, and husband within2 years of each other and found that by using her Buddist techniques she could find peace amidst great loss. She shares how in her book and we get into some great discussion on the impermanence of life and how we can find peace and acceptance.

  • Episode 145 The Power of Story to Parent and Sell: Interview with Paul Smith

    Episode 145 The Power of Story to Parent and Sell: Interview with Paul Smith

    17/07/2019 Duración: 44min

    Paul Smith is in the house! Leading expert on how to use stories to parent, sell and excel in the business world. You won't want to miss this conversation with the author of three best-selling books on how to use story. Story power serves you best when you know how to use it. We're talking about giving your kids the courage to stand up in tough situations, explaining to a client what your business is about in a quick and memorable way, and creating a story around the item you're selling so it creates value. This is the big stuff people.

  • Episode 144 Novelty: Keeping Life Interesting

    Episode 144 Novelty: Keeping Life Interesting

    03/07/2019 Duración: 13min

    Bored? Been doing a lot of the same things lately? Talking to a lot of the same people? Dealing with the same old problems? The solution is novelty. Join us for the discussion on why we MUST have novelty in our lives to keep it fun, productive and healthy. This is the stuff good stories are made of.

  • Episode 143 Suicide Panel: “Stay in Your Body” Part 2

    Episode 143 Suicide Panel: “Stay in Your Body” Part 2

    19/06/2019 Duración: 36min

    Today is Part 2 of the Suicide Panel Discussion. This panel is made up of powerful influencers, and I must admit, just when I thought I knew what one of them was going to say, they surprised me with a different insight. I put together this panel because of my own shock at what is being called the suicide “epidemic.” Tune in for Part 2.

  • Episode 142 Suicide Panel: “Stay in Your Body”

    Episode 142 Suicide Panel: “Stay in Your Body”

    05/06/2019 Duración: 50min

    We all know those feelings of disconnect, alienation and even hopelessness. These are common human emotions. But what is happening that has propelled the idea of taking your own life as a possible solution? Current suicide rates have been referred to as an epidemic. What's going on? Today I have an amazing panel put together on the topic of suicide. These men and women have personal experience with suicide – either with family members or in Seth’s case, his own personal experience. We have put this panel together because we care. Because suicide as a supposed solution is out of control and we need to find answers, reduce shame, and shine a light of hope.

  • Episode 141 Healing Body and Mind: Interview Amanda Grow – Part 2

    Episode 141 Healing Body and Mind: Interview Amanda Grow – Part 2

    29/05/2019 Duración: 29min

    Join us for Part 2 of the Amanda Grow story. Did you know that the United States has the highest maternal mortality rate in the developed world? Because severe childbirth complications have become very rare, it is easy to forget that childbirth can be life threatening. Amanda Grow, a wife and mother of 4 children, experienced an extremely rare complication of childbirth known as Amniotic Fluid Embolism which has a mortality rate of 80%. Last week you heard about her rapid blood transfusion that nearly drained the hospitals blood supply and left her in a medically induced coma for a week. This week we'll get more of her story and talk about the importance of healing - both body and mind, and grieving the loss of who she was before the ordeal. Sometimes that's one of the most crucial parts of the process. Letting go of what was for what is.

  • Episode 140 Healing Body and Mind: Interview Amanda Grow – Part 1

    Episode 140 Healing Body and Mind: Interview Amanda Grow – Part 1

    22/05/2019 Duración: 26min

    Did you know that the United States has the highest maternal mortality rate in the developed world? Because severe childbirth complications have become very rare, it is easy to forget that childbirth can be life-threatening. Amanda Grow, a wife, and mother of 4 children – 1 daughter and 3 sons, experienced an extremely rare complication of childbirth known as Amniotic Fluid Embolism which has a mortality rate of 80%. Amanda's story today isn’t just about a miracle and the healing of her body. It’s also about the toll such an event takes on us mentally as well as physically, and today we’re looking at the total process of finding meaning in brokenness and the process of rebuilding.

  • Episode 139 Speak Your Truth – with Guest Co-Host Laurann Turner

    Episode 139 Speak Your Truth – with Guest Co-Host Laurann Turner

    15/05/2019 Duración: 28min

    Episode 139 Speak Your Truth - with Guest Co-Host Laurann Turner Welcome to the Love Your Story podcast. Today is episode 2 with co-host LaurannTurner on deck for another imporatnt LIFE hack conversation. Your hosts are: Lori Lee – author of LIFE – Living Intentional and Fearless Everyday: the 21 LIFE Connection Challenges and Laurann Turner  - author of: Every Single Day Today we are talking about Speaking Your Truth. What does it mean to speak your truth? Barbara De Angelis is an American relationship consultant, lecturer and author, TV personality, relationship, personal growth adviser and spiritual teacher. She said, “Living with integrity means: Not settling for less than what you know you deserve in your relationships. Asking for what you want and need from others. Speaking your truth, even though it might create conflict or tension. Behaving in ways that are in harmony with your personal values. Making choices based on what you believe, and not what others believe.”   I start out this audio con

  • Episode 138 You See What You Look For – with Guest Co-Host Laurann Turner

    Episode 138 You See What You Look For – with Guest Co-Host Laurann Turner

    08/05/2019 Duración: 17min

    Life Hack: You will see what you look for. If you want to be happy, look at the things that make you happy because those are the things that will then be magnified. If you're focusing on what's wrong instead of what's right, the wrong becomes magnified in your story, in your life, and in your mind. This is one of the easiest ways to direct your life. Tune in for my discussion with guest co-host Laurann Turner, author of Every Single Day.

  • Episode 137 Interview Christine McAlister: The Crossroads – Which path does your story take?

    Episode 137 Interview Christine McAlister: The Crossroads – Which path does your story take?

    01/05/2019 Duración: 28min

    Have you ever had something really horrible happen in your life, and you came to the understanding that your story could go one of two ways – you could hide, wallow, wear the cloak of victimhood, lose yourself in the sadness or self-loathing or embarrassment, or whatever emotion was kicking your ass at the time, or you could write a life story with a resilient main character? Today I talk with Christine McAlister as she tells her story of the full-term stillbirth of her first daughter and the crossroads she stood at. This episode is about the crossroads we all have to stand at in our lives.

  • Episode 136 Am I Worthy of Happiness? Love? Being Treated Well?

    Episode 136 Am I Worthy of Happiness? Love? Being Treated Well?

    24/04/2019 Duración: 35min

    Episode 136 Am I Worthy of Happiness? Love? Being Treated Well? In 1992 Wayne’s World came out. A silly show about 2 slacker friends who are trying to promote their cable show. One of their famous cult lines is “We’re not worthy.” They would sing out this phrase whenever something particularly good happened. We used to use this saying to elicit a laugh within our group of friends. I don’t know if any of us ever actually felt that way, we were just goofing around and being silly, but as I talk with people as I do my current work with story one of the primary issues that repeatedly pops up is that many people feel unworthy. Unworthy of good love. Unworthy of a good life. Unworthy of being treated well. They play small because they feel they deserve to be disregarded, heck they don’t deserve something better.  Whether it’s a voice in their head that capitalizes on mistakes they’ve made, or something they have marinated in over the years as others made thoughtless comments, these feelings are no joke. They create

  • Episode 135 Divorce Panel

    Episode 135 Divorce Panel

    17/04/2019 Duración: 43min

    Marriage and divorce are both common experiences in our culture. Ninety percent of people get married by the time they are 50, and 40-50% end up divorced. None of us get married with the intention of getting divorced, so traversing this slippery mountain slope is not something any of us come prepared for. Today I have asked 5 people who have been through divorce to sit on a panel and share their stories and advice on the topic of divorce. Tune in for some wisdom from people who have walked the path - Doug, Kathy, Jae, Rebekah, and Robb.

  • Episode 134 Living Intentional and Fearless Every day

    Episode 134 Living Intentional and Fearless Every day

    10/04/2019 Duración: 30min

    Episode 134 Living Intentional and Fearless Every day   Eleanor Roosevelt said, “in the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility.” In other words: Happiness is an inside job and we are VERY POWERFUL beings. Today we are going to talk about what it means to live intentionally and fearless and I’m going to tell you about a new tool to help you jump into that feet first. I was on a podcast interview with Emily and Erik Orton from New York last week. They are the authors of the book Seven at Sea. He is a screenwriter and one of his productions flopped – stayed open for only 5 weeks, and he had to take a temporary job in a high rise. His job gave him a view out the window of the Hudson River and he used to watch the sailboats sailing by. He started dreaming about what it would look like to learn to sail; to live life on your own terms. He wasn’t from the class of people who usually sail. His wife, Emi

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