All tagged Season 2

Episode 78: Unconventional Nutrition Advice with the Disobedient Dietician Amber Gourley

Do you feel energized EVERY moment of EVERY day?

Today’s episode is with The Disobedient Dietician, Amber.  She is a registered dietician, cooking fanatic, Ironman finisher, and totally obsessed with learning. She believes that nutrition alone has the power to prevent, reverse, and decrease the severity of symptoms of almost all diseases and conditions.  I asked her all the questions about how to get better energy and we even talk about pooping today.

You can reach Amber at:

Have you ever tried to lose weight and did everything right, only to find the scale budge a measly one pound?  Do you feel like food is serving an emotional need for you, rather than nourishing your body?  I know I have been there and still cycle in and out of this depending on the season of life.  Today’s episode will give you a new perspective on food.  Remember, I am not a doctor and do not play one on the internet and today’s episode is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease and you should always talk to your doctor about what is right for your body.  

In this episode you will learn:

  • Holly’s story of 3 knee surgeries, a heart surgery and having children and how this resulted in losing her health

  • The power and energy of food and how it can live in our body

  • Holly’s story of not being able to lose weight despite doing everything “right”

  • How releasing her emotions helped her to release 40+ pounds

  • How to ask your body questions about what it needs

  • Learning to respect your body

  • The difference between peacefully challenging your body vs manipulating it when you are changing your health habits

  • How to figure out your motives and get honest about your body

  • What to do when you feel like food is an idol

  • Holly’s thoughts on whether to use apps like MyFitnessPal

  • Becoming aware in what your body needs

You can reach Holly on Instagram @hollyreneexo

Episode 76: Abundant Parenting with Leah Recor

Have you ever screamed at your kids, “GET IN THE CAR?”  If you are a parent and you answer no, you are actually an alien because we ALL have done this.  Parenting and growing your net worth is like trying to make your kids a sandwich while your manicure dries and every move you inspect whether you smudged them.  It’s just not that easy - but when you know how to speak to your children and assess their needs, it goes a ton better.  I have been implementing the principles of this episode since we talked and my relationship with my kids has improved greatly. I know yours will too:

What you will learn:

  • How your actions, words and thoughts model for your children what they should think and say

  • How to create abundance in your parenting immediately with mindset hacks

  • How to support a child’s creative flow

About Leah:

Author of “Where the Light Is... A Parent’s Guide to the Law of Attraction,” and best selling author of “When I Rise, I Thrive,” Leah Recor is a mother of two young girls who turned personal traumatic experiences into her mission to help other struggling parents. Having grown up with a mother who battled cancer from an early age, Leah is driven by a holistic path of shared knowledge through a team of experts to nurture children’s lives and wellbeing, psychologically and nutritionally. Her new book (to be released spring 2019) introduces small easy practices to parents that provide a practical approach to alleviate a child or parent’s anxieties. Her online workshops help lessen the guilt and regret many parents feel to better connect with one’s children and build healthier relationships. Co-Founder of Little Legacies LLC, a nonprofit serving children at Tanager Place amongst other non-profits nationally, Leah also mentors children facing serious illness, trauma and special needs through various creative writing exercises. She is available for onsite presentations of The Abundant Parent to organizations and corporate entities.

You can reach Leah at:

Episode 75: Back to School Tips For More Ease

Are you and your kids crushing back to school habits?


Haha.  Mine have issues every year.  *Insert sigh* 

One year we even had so much trouble we needed to have my son go into a therapy group to deal with school anxiety and type A pressure on himself.  In this episode I talk about that experience and all the ways I have found to help kids get back into a routine AND also give some of my feedback and tips on what The American Association of Pediatrics has to say about how to help your kids be safe and healthy mentally and physically this year.

Episode 74: Imagining New Possibilities with Stephanie Domrose

Today you will meet Stephanie Domrose.  She is a beauty expert who after 13 years in a traditional salon setting, changed her whole life to create a possibility for herself where she can live a life that has purpose, passion and meaning.  She created Embeau where she helps people with empowerment coaching and still does wedding beauty services.  

You will learn:

  • How your environment affects your self-awareness

  • How to live “balanced”

  • How to create momentum in a new endeavour

  • Her story of leaving an abusive marriage and unfulfilling career 

About Stephanie:

Stephanie is an empowerment coach and beauty entrepreneur and founder of the e-course Choose Your Story: A Course About Creating Your Life On Purpose.  

She empowers women through online education, one on one coaching, her award-winning bridal beauty business, and inspirational story-telling.  Stephanie lives in a constant state of transition- insisting on intentional growth and change in order to live her most fully expressed life.

Find Stephanie at:, Instagram: @embeaumn

Episode 73: 10 Fixes for Overwhelmed Moms

I’ve heard of underwhelmed. I Know overwhelmed. But, can you just be whelmed? Sometimes all it takes is making a list and sticking to it, to go from overwhelmed to , “I can do this.”

Here’s my list:

  1. Perspective

  2. Get better organized - Hey, Siri!

  3. Turn off phone from dinner to bed

  4. Cry in the shower

  5. Journal

  6. Wake up 30 minutes before kids

  7. Turn off Netflix

  8. Tell yourself, “You. Are. Awesome.”

  9. Rely on God

  10. Eat right *scratch that* Drink a smoothie!

Episode 72: Starting a Business in Your 20s with Chiara Milford

Today you will meet Chiara Milford.  She shares her success story of starting a business at age 20 that has been successful for 10 years and how she is now scaling into the online space!  I love following her on Instagram for her tips on social media and her realness and accent if I am honest, lol.  She is a business owner of 10 years in event furniture hire and now Instagram Mentor. You can find her with her head down and bum up in her garden most days and on the weekend out on the road delivering some wedding furniture too!

When not working you can find her down at the dog park walking her fur baby, sitting in the sun with a cold beer, and a chicken parmy in our local beer garden or supporting the husbo at his local music gig.

She is mostly known for being a furniture supplier for weddings (she is still doing this but it’s a side hustle now!), for #buckingthetrends and for posting way too much about our fur baby.

The things she is most passionate about in life are making sure my little fam bam is happy and spending quality time together, educating small businesses about how to make the most out of instagram for business and providing exceptional customer service to my brides and industry pals. And lastly trying to finish her home renos which have been going on for like 5yrs! 😂 #nevergonnahappen

You can reach Chiara at:


Episode 71: Get Paid To Post with @sarahs_reads

What if you could decide one day over a night of drinking that you were going to get paid to read books?  That is what @sarahs_reads did.  She loved her job and loved how good she was at it, but she had a dream people!! 

A dream we all have (those of us reading this) in creating a life for ourselves that involves freedom and financial success.

She hired a publicist, created an instagram account and went for it.  She shares on the podcast today how to do that.

In this episode you will learn…

  • How to price your post

  • How to get noticed

  • How to engage with trolls

  • How to take pictures

  • The mindset required to be successful

Episode 70: Growing Big by Delivering on Your Promises with Karen Walker

How do you prepare for growth in your organization so that you can continue to deliver on the promise of the problem you're solving for your customer? This is what we are chatting with Karen Walker about today.  Karen is an expert on organizational growth.

In this episode you will learn:

  • How to determine if you're solving the right problems happening in your business

  • Creating space for creativity instead of doing tasks should be hiring out

  • Creating an organization or you're paid to know what to do not paid to do the tasks

  • Creating an anchor of knowing why you need to change in order to grow your income

  • How to handle raw emotions of the team when you discuss a “why”

  • Building trust with your customers and your team

  • Team member success = success for you

Karen Walker is an executive coach and consultant who advises CEOs and senior leaders on thriving in hyper-growth. She has worked with clients including Aetna, AWS, Pfizer, JPMorganChase, and BMC Software, as well as Inc. 5000 startups. 

Karen is also a  board advisor, keynote speaker, and the author of No Dumbing Down: A Guide for CEOs on Organization Growth. As employee 104 at Compaq, Karen helped lead the then-fastest growing company in American history, growing it from $0 to $15 billion in revenue.

Karen has been published in Harvard Business Review’s Ascend, and quoted in publications such as The Wall Street Journal and The San Francisco Chronicle.

Karen has a B.S. degree in engineering from Texas A&M University and graduated from the ODHRM program at Columbia University. She has served in an advisory capacity to startups,Rice University, and Texas A&M University, and on the executive board of The Alley Theatre. 

She resides in Jupiter, FL, although she can most often be found aloft in seat 2C.
You can reach Karen at

Episode 69: How I Made $1,500 on Facebook Marketplace in One Week

I am on a mission people. I AM DETERMINED TO LIVE A MORE SIMPLE LIFE. I am sick of all the shizzzzz around me all the time and the drawers full of crap and the kitchen full of gadgets I never use. I am sick of all the clothes in my closet I don’t wear and I am most of all sick OF. ALL. THE. TOYS. NO. ONE. PLAYS. WITH.

Like for reals. GET OUT OF MY HOUSE.

I am moving in 2 days and I am making sure none of that stuff is coming with. I decided to try my luck with Facebook Marketplace and I ended up making $1,500 in one week. And let me tell you this before you get any ideas. Most of my stuff is mediocre. It’s not like I am selling fancy stuff. In fact, the fancy stuff I am trying to sell isn’t selling. So if you are an average person, doing average living, you probably can make up to $1,500 or more just getting rid of stuff you aren’t using laying around your warehouse.

Here is why you want to listen though. Facebook Marketplace is hit or miss. There are some tricks you want to implement to make your item sell for more. After some trial and error I figured out some ways to increase your revenue and provide more value for the person buying. Enjoy this week’s episode.

Head over to the Net Worth It Facebook Here is why you want to listen though. Facebook Marketplace is hit or miss. There are some tricks you want to implement to make your item sell for more. After some trial and error I figured out some ways to increase your revenue and provide more value for the person buying. Enjoy this week’s episode.

Head over to the Net Worth It Facebook group this week to be in on the discussion about Facebook Marketplace.

Episode 68: How to Start a 501c3 and Restore Hope with Annette Houston

Today you will meet Annette Houston, the executive director of Ms. Houston’s Caring Hands Inc.,  an organization she started herself.  What is so amazing about this compared to anyone else who has started an organization is she filed for 501c3 with little to no experience on how to and figure it all out herself.

She started  this organization because of her past experience as being in foster care, being a mom at 15, and coming from a abusive home . She was diagnosed with chronic depression but never gave up on her dream of giving back to the system that raised her. Her goal is to give the support and understanding that she wanted when in a time in her life where she felt alone, unwanted, abandon, and actually hated herself. She wishes she had the support and understanding that she now gives to the young mothers she works with. Her life experiences taught her the true effects that physical, sexual, and mental abuse can have on a person.  She believes you never get over the trauma but you find a way to live with it.  She suffered all forms of abuse but she feels the emotional abandonment, and mental abuse is what hurt her the most and had the worst affects on her life.  Abuse left her so vulnerable, but she fights to be all she can be despite it all.

You can reach her at: