Destinee Berman is a modern marketer and a seven-figure launch strategist for experts and educators. With 15 years of marketing experience in Silicon Valley with clients like Twitter, HP, and Microsoft, Destinee left all that behind to step into her calling more profoundly. She has since helped entrepreneurs multiply their income through online courses, and launched dozens of digital schools, generating 15M+ in revenue for the last five years.
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Jeff Walker is a Rhyme Master, Rap Coach, and Qualified Mental Health Professional with a Masters in Educational Psychology and Counseling. Jeff uses his unique healing techniques with clients across the world for over 15 years. He is the creator of Rhymecology, which uses the power of hip-hop lyrics and culture to help people express, discover, and re-create their stories.
“I allow the positive signs from the universe to be way bigger than my self-made fears.”
He has worked with various talented artists such as Black Eyed Peas, Will I Am, Jamie Foxx, Randy Jackson, and the list goes on. On top of that, he’s also released three books called Rhymecology: Using Hip-Hop To Heal, Rhymecology: The Art of Hip-Hop Lyrics, and The Book of Rhymes. So, it comes as no surprise that he’s been featured on different shows such as ESPN, 60 Minutes, Fox Sports, Inside the NBA, HuffPost, and more.
His talent and passion for lyrical rap have opened plenty of opportunities for him. In return, he wants to use Rhymecology as a platform to write, perform, and teach the art of hip-hop across the world. Writing has pulled him out from the dark times, and he hopes it’ll do the same for others.
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Therapy, a spoken word by Jeff Walker that started it all
Restless Soul album releasing on October 22
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Rhymecology: Using Hip-Hop to Heal
Rhymecology: The Art of Hip-Hop Lyrics
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Our guest for today's episode embodies what unconventional living is. For the past ten years, they've traveled the oceans powered by only the wind and the sun on their 53” sailboat named SV Delos. Living off the grid majority of the time, they make their electricity, water, and even moonshine on board.
Brian Trautman, along with his brother, Brady, wife Karin, and two kids, have sailed to 40 countries spanning six continents, crossing the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian Oceans in the process, and have traveled enough miles to circle the globe three times.
Grace Stephenson comes from the sex education and nonprofit world, with experience in womxn's health, LGBTQIA+ community services, and HIV/AIDS prevention and education. She turned her vision into a massive free online community for womxn, QTBIPOC, and the LGBTQ+ community.
The lack of freedom and versatility in the nonprofit world pushed this young entrepreneur to take on a path less traveled. The gap she saw in the service is the beginning of Glimmer.
Glimmer allows its members to have a community that makes them feel powerful, loved, and understood. It provides members the ability to explore inclusive education, virtual events, shops, and art.
"If you have a vision and you want to do something, do it. If I can do it, I feel like anyone can do it."
Alexandra & Sjanie, co-founders of Red School, and co-authors of the iconic and hugely celebrated book from Hay House, Wild Power, had a deep discussion about the importance of cyclical life and the magic of the menstrual cycle that awakens the feminine path to power.
They are pioneering the newly emerging field of menstruality, creating a new lexicon and approach to women’s health and wellbeing; creativity and leadership; and spiritual life based on the power of our menstruality consciousness.
She is a Board Certified Naturopath, author, speaker; Dr. Olivia Audrey is our walking MRI machine. Since three, she has displayed her gifts of precognition, medical insight, and quantum intuition. That has led her to work with various clientele, such as the British Royals, celebrities, celebrity athletes, CEOs, fortune 500 business owners, and companies. She recently wrote this children's book called Arthur fantastic, co-authored by the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson.
"If you have a desire, if you have a thought that this is what you want to do with your life and with your profession, then that means it's a done deal already. And you just have to align yourself with the path as it rolls out for you." - Dr. Olivia Audrey
The way she walks the talk, she's REAL. Kirsty Verity, the CEO of Amazon businesses and the co-founder of Real Coaching, sat down with us to talk about how her four week holiday off per year ignited her desire to radically transition from being a corporate marketing director to a multi-million dollar entrepreneur.
"So that's kind of what sparked my interest in essentially thinking about ways to get a high income or get an income that suited my lifestyle that allowed me also to travel as well."
The only difference between try and triumph is just a little "umph." And that is what Nate Setto is all about. An incredible pop and r&b artist, he grew up with a passion for music and began writing songs at seven. But before his career skyrocketed, he had to go through unconventional ways to make it happen.
With over 1.3 million views on YouTube, 36,000 followers on Facebook and 61.8K on Instagram, this Michigan native singer strives to inspire people. From creating party kind music to releasing a more personal song called "Novocaine," that talks about the struggle of anxiety, depression, and substance abuse, this artist did not navigate the field without insightful stories to share.
A father, a husband, son, an incredible business coach, and a business leader who started his first company at just 23 years old -- what hasn't Siimon Reynolds done? He built the 15th biggest marketing services group globally, consisting of over 54 companies in 14 different countries of over 6000 staff, and a recipient of many various awards.
How does he win fast in business and life?
Unexpectedly gaining weight? Too acidic? Keto not quite working for you? Struggling with sexual health issues? Having menopause from hell? You are not alone. In fact, there are many people who have hit a dead-end when it comes to
Please welcome the girlfriend doctor. Dr. Anna Cabeca. D. Anna is board certified in gynecology, obstetrics, integrative medicine, and anti-aging and regenerative medicine. She’s a two-time best-selling author, a mom, and a public speaker on the topics of menopause, hormone balancing, and sexual health. She is the girlfriend Doctor.
Taverns. Restaurants. Luxury limousines. Casinos. Car dealerships. Printing. Wholesale glass and mirror sales. These are just a few of the many business ventures Ron Coury, has built and sold in his lifetime. He started his business career in Las Vegas, Nevada before it resembled the booming tourist hotspot that it is today. In fact, Ron had a hand to play in shaping the city into the “Vegas” we recognize.
Tara MacLean has experienced a few game-changing synchronistic encounters of “right place, right time” in her successful career. In fact, these events came as a direct result of the way Tara has chosen to live her life, in deep and dedicated service to her own originality. She’s a juno-nominated artist, a zen meditator, a Mom of three whose career started with one fateful moment of leaving every ounce of her soul in a song that would change her life forever.
Beth Weissenberger is the master of seeing through bullsh*it, and helping people get to the other side. She is straight as an arrow. The co-founder of The Handel Group, a renowned executive life coaching company that works with people on personal and professional levels, Beth guides a team of coaches who help shift individuals from self-destructive cycles to places of personal integrity and accountability.
Taryn Brumfitt started her public career by doing things unconventionally. In 2012 she casually posted a photograph of what her body looked like years after competing in swimsuit competitions. With pure embrace, love and fearlessness she posted a nude photo that showed skin folds, cellulite and the realness of a woman’s body without the spray tan and photoshop. The act was almost as beautiful as she is. And it went viral. 100 million people kind of viral.
Since that day, Taryn has dedicated her life to sharing a simple message: get your relationship right with your body. She’s an internationally recognized keynote speaker, founder of The Body Image Movement, a best-selling author, creator of a documentary called Embrace, 2019 Australian of the year and a mother of three.
This week’s guest, Max Gomez, harmonized his degree in neuroscience, his love of breathwork and his entrepreneurial mind to create a platform where over 10 million people can harness the power of breath.
Imagine growing up in the birthplace of the nuclear bomb, where facilities that housed The Manhattan Project were as commonplace as the local football team. Now imagine that your first career is as a nuclear power engineer in this city. Your frame of reference for the world, your health and the health of the planet has a particular...nuclear feel to it.
This was the world that Eileen Durfee lived and breathed. That is, until her physical health declined to such a point where she was riddled with allergies, candida, psoriasis and was feeling sick and fatigued constantly. On this week’s episode of Unconventional Life, we speak with Eileen, who shares her journey back to the healthiest she’s ever been and the technologies she’d developed to do it.
What used to be relevant, what used to occupy our days no longer seem as important as they were 5 months ago.
Where to go from here? It’s rejig time and who betters advice to have in your pocket than Jane Deuber. Jane, this weeks’ Unconventional Life guest, has been building and accelerating businesses for over 30 years. She has dedicated her career to offering advice and pragmatic guidance to others trying to do the same. According to her. there’s never been a better time for individuals to launch a business, offer their skills and expertise to the world and to be happy doing it.
We’ve all got skeletons in our closets, monsters under our beds. For so many people this particular boogeyman haunts our minds, worries, and wallets...Scarcity mentality. This week’s Unconventional Life guest, Jolie Dawn, isn’t afraid of people’s scarcity skeletons. In fact, she approaches them with a level of compassion that acknowledges the scarcity, allowing each person to move beyond the place of lack and into financial abundance.
Prosperity meditation at min 14:50
Have you ever caught yourself tapping your toe feverishly and wondered how long it’s had a life of its own? Have you ever woken up on a Saturday morning and thrown on your favourite playlist to set the tone for your day? In its own mysterious way, music weaves itself into our lives and influences our experience of the world. This week’s guest, Tim Ringgold, knows this well and has been using it to cultivate a sense of presence and connection with his music therapy clients.
This week’s Unconventional Life guests, Ali Katz made her millions, felt the empty sting of accomplishing “success” without happiness and went on a journey of a lifetime to heal her relationship to money. With a healthy and balanced approach to how much money she really needs, she now feeds her soul in a way that’s placed her in a better position to be of service to the world.
Scott Shay is the co-founder of a bank, a two-time published religious author, and the descendant of an Auschwitz survivor. His life story is anything but conventional. Unassuming, driven to try things differently, and completely aware of the great blessing that is his life.
Shay’s life meets at a curious intersection. His bank was founded on a completely different model than the industry standard. He then chose to cultivate a side career as an author on the topics of Judaism and faith.
This week’s guest Lorna J. brings a twist to the usual line-up of podcast guests in a way that may very well leave you wondering what just happened. Don’t let your inner critic run wild just yet. For now, just listen. Her story is unusual. It came unannounced and could have you questioning...well, everything.
Magic Giant’s lead singer, Austin Bisnow, usually spends a lot of time on the road, sometimes playing up to 150 shows per year. 2020 has looked drastically different. Worms, dirt, and decay kind of different.
Direct and to the point, Amilya shares with Unconventional Life her suggestions for people during this co-vid time. She hopes that each person takes the time to re-evaluate their lives and offers a simple exercise that will help listeners to identify their purpose.
Best selling author, speaker, thought-leader and PAX community creator, Alison Armstrong, has spent the last 30 years researching what destroys, makes and builds partnerships.