Category Archives: Lifestyle Design

Angie Sanchez

EP 021 – Angie Sanchez – Be the Leader of Your Own Life

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Who is Angie Sanchez?

Angie is a truth junkie, movement enthusiast and certified health coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition.

She runs a program called True You which helps her clients feed their bodies with ‘primary food’ to fuel their success.

Angie’s primary foods may not be what you would expect at first. Her focus with her clients is feeding them the appropriate emotional foods through relationships, physical activity, career and spirituality to live the lifestyle they desire. Read More

Alexi Panos

EP 018 – Alexi Panos – I’mperfect

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 Who is Alexi Panos?

Alexi Panos is an inspirational vlogger, speaker and co-founder of The Bridge Method and The Bridge Experience.

She was named 1 of 11 Noteworthy Millennials by the Huffington Post and recently published her first book 50 Ways to Yay which can be found in bookstores across North America.

She is the co-founder of a nonprofit organization called E.P.I.C. (Everyday People Initiating Change), which provides clean water to people in the developing world. Read More

Filip Sierpinski

EP 014 – Finding What You Love, Boundaries & Why Being Picky is Good with Jordan Gray

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Who is Jordan?

Jordan is a sex and relationship coach. Jordan has published several books on Amazon which have become Amazon best sellers.

Why did I bring Jordan onto the show?

I brought Jordan onto to the show due to his outlook on emotions, relationships and people. I knew that having Jordan on the show would lead to a rich conversation that would provide listeners with valuable insights about how to live a more purpose-filled life.

Jordan’s work has been featured on BBC, Entrepreneur and Business Insider. Jordan launched his consulting business 3 years ago and now does over 6 figures in revenue annually via his coaching and blog. He has millions of monthly visitors to his website and has illustrated the content he creates is having a positive impact on people’s lives. Read More


3 Truths to Pursuing a Career of Passion over Money

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Remember that time when you said to yourself, “When I get this, I’m going to be so happy,” and then you got it, but you still weren’t happy.

Yeah, that happens to us. More than we’d like to admit. But that’s reality.

It’s a little sad isn’t it?

So what’s the answer? If getting shit is not the answer to our happiness what is?

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5 Ways to Silence your Inner Critic

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Most of the time, when we look into the mirror, we are the hardest on ourselves.

We carry with us all of our past experiences, our triumphs but also all of our failures. These are the moments that have shaped us; these are the moments that have made us the human beings we are.

Not all of the moments that have shaped us are beneficial to our existence. Some of them can be quite detrimental, leaving us scared and wounded. These moments can be more difficult to put behind us. Read More

New Years Goals

7 Ways to Make Your Goals Stick in 2016

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At Christmas it seems like you can never get away from John Lennon’s song “So This Is Christmas.

“And so this is Christmas and what have you done? Another year over, and a new one just begun.”

This song has become synonymous with the year ending. Every time I hear it, it triggers a series of thoughts that makes me think back and reflect on the past year. It makes me think back to all the goals I have achieved and the ones I didn’t. Read More

Steve Jobs

How to Change the World – A Note from Steve Jobs

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“When you grow up, you tend to get told that the world is the way it is and your life is just to live your life inside the world, try not to bash into the walls too much, try to have a nice family life, have fun, save a little money. But that’s a very limited life. Life can be much boarded, once you discover one simple fact, and that is, everything around that you call life was made up by people that were no smarter than you.

And you can change it, you can influence it, you can build your own things that other people can use. The minute that you understand that you can poke life and if you push in, something will pop out the other side, that you can change it, that you can mold it, that’s maybe the most important thing, is to shake off this erroneous notion, that life is there and you’re just going to live in it.

Versus embrace it, change it, improve it, make your mark on it… however you learn that, once you learn it, you’ll want to change life and make it better because it’s messed up in a lot of ways. Once you learn that you’ll never be the same again.”

– Steve Jobs Read More

Filip Sierpinski

Episode 7 – Eating Healthy with Nutritionist Valerie Piccitto

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On this episode you will hear from Valerie Piccitto who is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Culinary Nutrition Expert, health blogger and recipe developer. She is passionate about food, obsessive about clean skincare and has a zeal for healthy living.

Valerie will provide you with insights to eating healthy and how to make your diet a positive impact on your life.

Her blog is full of healthy recipes she develops and pictures of the food she makes. I recommend checking out the Roasted Garlic & Butternut Squash Mac & ‘Cheese’ or the Peanut Butter & Chocolate Pie (and who said eating healthy is boring?). Read More


5 Ways to Make Your Ideas Come to Life

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Have you ever come up with an “idea” but struggled bringing it to reality? We’ve all been there at some point.

We all get good ideas. Yet our follow-through can be a flop.

We struggle getting our ideas to become a reality for a variety of reasons: fear of failure, worrying how others will react to our ideas, and not taking enough action are only a few to list. Read More