Kim Seltzer is a certified style and confidence coach who has helped thousands of people find love, connection, and success using her signature formula, “The Charisma Quotient,” which helps people with body language, first impressions, and self-image. Do you think putting on a red dress could change your life? Today’s guest makes a really good…
Happy Thanksgiving, for our US listeners, and for our international folks happy gratitude today to you! Today I have something special to share from myself and a few of our GFR SQUAD members. This short bonus episode is here to fill your cup, to highlight how feeding your soul feeds your mission, and give you…
Maureen Vincenty is a former NASA scientist who became so fixated on preventative medicine and nutritional therapy that it morphed into an eating disorder that threatened her life.
Have you ever felt like you were living a double life? Are you currently presenting yourself to the world in one way while hiding a whole other part of who you are, what you do, or how you think?
Maureen started college as a pre-med student but when her mom was diagnosed with cancer, she was so disillusioned with the gaps in the healthcare industry, she switched to geology because, “rocks and planets and stars were a lot safer than people.” But her medical research didn’t stop there. She had a secret obsession with figuring out why her mom got sick, which led to her using her body as a science experiment.
In this week’s episode of the GFR Show, Maureen and I talk about her orthorexia (and explain exactly what that is), and she shares details of how her struggle with the disorder gifted her with the empathy and experience she needed to become the thriving transformative health coach she is today.
This one was really special for me. I saw a lot of parallels between Maureen’s story and my own, and was inspired to Get Fucking Real and share some personal parts of my journey that I’ve never talked about before. It’s raw and vulnerable, and I hope it empowers you to own and embrace all the authentic parts of you.
Today on the GFR Show, we’re excited to feature Justin Womack, a digital marketing specialist, an authority-building expert and co-host of the Marketing Geeks podcast.
Question: what if you were driving down the road and saw a car ahead of you lose control and sink into a murky swamp? Would you risk your life to save the driver? Well, a man named Jerry did and that’s why Justin Womack is still here today.
In this episode, you’ll hear about Justin’s incredible rescue and recovery, as well as the monumental transformation that happened in his life and business after this seemingly insurmountable wormhole moment took him to the literal brink of death.
This one really rebirthed my faith in humanity, and Justin’s account of how this harrowing experience gave him immense empathy and removed his fears and limiting beliefs around what he couldn’t do is beyond inspirational. Please, enjoy!
Today, your host Lisa Cherney digs deep into GFR Commandment #8: Know that sometimes “stopping” is the most lucrative action to take, which is something she knows from her personal experience and those of her clients over the last 20 years.
Is there something you’re doing in your business or your life that doesn’t feel good anymore (if it ever did)? Can you imagine taking a break from it or stopping it all together? If not, tune in to hear Lisa explain how to challenge those voices that are telling you to just keep going.
In this episode, Lisa shares stories of times she put a stop to things that weren’t working for her, including shutting down her 7-figure business, and how things moved forward in a bigger way as a result. Tune in to learn the 3 different levels of stopping, and get clear on where you need to put on the brakes in your biz.