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#15: From Anorexic Actress to Unapologetic Artist & Business Woman

Today I’m bringing on the stunning Sabrina Truscott, co-founder of Satori Method, and today she’s making a confession, something she’s never shared publicly before.

Let me ask you this, if you had bad things happening to you over and over again, would you think you’re somehow attracting them or that it’s your fault? 

This episode reveals the journey from self-deprecation and abusive of the self to soulful business bliss. This is a groundbreaking and healing interview about discovering purpose and passion beyond life’s trials and tribulations.

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She is smart, she is funny and she loves the word fuck. She has been mentoring 6 and 7-figure entrepreneurs for over 20 years. She coaches top coaches, teaches brilliant teachers and intuitively guides the most woo woo intuitives. She’s been a millionaire entrepreneur (for a minute) and a corporate flunky. And her GFR moments (in life and business) are countless, which makes her superbly qualified to host the GFR podcast! What she knows for sure...when you Get Fucking Real you make a bigger difference and have fewer regrets...period.

14 Comments

  1. Coby on 09/04/2019 at 3:15 PM

    I’ve studied with Sabrina and have found her to be so real and her story to be incredibly inspiring, reminding us that our story of healing and overcoming can help others.

  2. Joanna on 09/04/2019 at 4:06 PM

    A powerful conversation. Thank you Lisa and Sabrina. You are a natural teacher and storyteller Sabrina. I felt immersed in everyone of your shares. As a woman I empathize and feel so many of your heartfelt emotions. Thank you for your candor, raw expression and genuine desire to effect positive change in the lives of others. Your SPARKLE lights up the world. I feel blessed to call you teacher, mentor and Soul sister💚🙏

  3. Diana S. on 09/04/2019 at 4:48 PM

    I’ve studied business and video marketing with Sabrina, who makes learning fun and is so generous with her insider knowledge of the film industry. ONE EASY TIP from her helped me go from self-conscious to sparkling on camera in seconds!

    AND…Sabrina’s story helps me remember we all have struggles, no matter how beautiful or perfect things appear to be. It inspires me to strive for less judgment and more compassion, for others AND myself!

  4. Ms. Bonnie on 09/04/2019 at 5:22 PM

    Way to keep it real! Sabrina’s story is triumphant! I was raised in a Southern California beach town amongst the blonde beauty queens. I’ll admit to having my preconceived notions about the look. Sabrina has given me a huge shift in perspective. It is important to remember that all of us have pain in our lives. We, as women, must stick together…..all shapes, sizes and…..breeds! (Love this analogy in the interview.) Thanks so much for sharing.

  5. Ms. Bonnie on 09/04/2019 at 6:16 PM

    Sabrina’s story is one that needs to be told. Bravo! I was raised in a Southern California beach town, where the blonde beach beauty was definitely championed as the ideal. I think we do each other a huge disservice as women to only look at the outer beauty and not consider what is underneath. We all carry pain as well as triumph in a collective sisterhood. I love Sabrina’s analogy of people all being like breeds of dogs, lol! We are all human beings, so matter what shape, size or color of our coats.

  6. Claudine Paquet on 09/04/2019 at 7:33 PM

    Thanks, so much Sabrina for sharing your story. You are a great example of strength and vulnerability. It empowers us to step into our power. You are a great teacher, and I love your sparkle!

  7. Nancy Rose on 09/04/2019 at 8:20 PM

    Thank you so much, Sabrina, for sharing your story.
    Your courage is very inspiring to me and so many other women.
    I’m so blessed to have you as a mentor.
    Thank you for all that you do!
    Nancy Rose

  8. Kim DeClair on 09/05/2019 at 6:14 AM

    Sabrina is such a sweet soul and has always been a great inspiration to me. I’ve known her for quite a few years and while she has hinted about some of the things she shared, I had no idea of the depth of what she’d been through – it makes me love her even more.

  9. Andrea C on 09/05/2019 at 8:02 AM

    I am left marveling at the depth of realness that Sabrina Truscott shared. It’s tragic that the entertainment industry has such a dark side. As women we also don’t feel we’re enough. I’m so encouraged by Sabrina’s search and victory, to overcome personal challenges, and to find what it is that she was meant to do and maintain her integrity. Her story took me through a life’s adventure with twists and turns. Her way of relating to our sister hearts, weaving us through all the feelings, makes it like you’re right there hanging on every word. Sabrina is such a talented and powerhouse woman, I’m honored to hear the back story and realize that we all share this human-ness. Sabrina leads the way as an example. This was a valuable eye-opener! I loved this podcast!

  10. Beth Donnelly Feller on 09/05/2019 at 10:00 AM

    Sabrina, I listened to your story and experienced a true soulful connection. I felt a tear in my eye as you spoke about your progression through “not enough”, and self-judgement to your beautiful awareness of gratitude, insight, owning your value and, of course, the “sparkle” that you so graciously share with all of us. I am enriched by your presence in my life as a teacher and coach. I continue to tap in and connect to my “sparkle”…thank you so much!

  11. Darlene Maier on 09/05/2019 at 1:55 PM

    Sabrina has a powerful voice and I thank her for having the courage to stand up and tell her story. So much of her life resonated with my own. Being a “Fit Model” in NYC for so many years, I got to know the Garment Center quite well. l thought I knew how to deal with the same type of predators that Sabrina had to deal with but there was that day I let my guard down. We all know that it can be quite overwhelming to find the right job but suspected predators make our search that much harder. When our young people are thrown into the chaos of the working world, they may not recognize the signs of the predator. We have them in every facet of the working industry and believe me, I am quite qualified to talk to you on the subject.

  12. Kelly Bennett on 09/05/2019 at 2:08 PM

    Sabrina you have experienced many trials and tribulations. I appreciate your rawness expressing your experience in Hollywood and NYC. I have a much deeper understanding as to the reason behind the recent Women lead movement in the movie industry. I’m rooting for their successes. I’m grateful you are sharing your sparkle with others. I’ve personally gained from you sharing your value. In turn this has helped me to live more unapologetically me, while learning to honor my value. I appreciate your openness to share, receive, and deeply give to those who have the opportunity to work with you. Much love to you 💙.

  13. DTaRelle Tullis on 09/05/2019 at 6:49 PM

    WOWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!! AMAZING!!!!!!!!! I love how Sabrina Truscott is always true to herself, her real authentic and amazing self and makes no apologies about it!!!! She really does have a heart of gold and of true service. Her passion and honesty comes right through and she is like this all of the time. I have studied video marketing with her and she put all of her heart, soul and most importantly expertise !!!! in the course. And this wasn’t a six week course either. It was over a year of training and she was the same energetic, compassionate, encouraging and knowledgeable self from beginning to end . And she has a lot of knowledge and expertise that she doesn’t mind sharing. She is truly brilliant and can think faster than Savion Glover and Gregory Hines can tap dance and that’s fast. She is naturally talented and gifted like that. I loved this podcast!!!

  14. Nitsan Gaibel on 09/07/2019 at 8:53 AM

    Thank you, Sabrina, for sharing your experience, of someone wildly attractive. I always want to know how that feels. I forget that nobody escapes the immense challenge of being human. So disturbing to hear your stories of being pursued and molested. Fucking real. The brutality of predators preying on innocents. I celebrate the freshness you bring to your traumas and your victorious self-expression. Listening to you inspires me to jump into my own life.

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