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Bedtalks Episode 41: Love, Laughter & Legacy – An Interview with Melissa Rivers

Bedtalks Episode 41: Love, Laughter & Legacy – An Interview with Melissa Rivers
K & I have been meeting and interviewing some amazing people. Our goal remains to bring you valuable and useful content. We were beyond thrilled when Melissa Rivers agreed to be a guest on our show. Melissa Rivers is famously known for being a co-host of Fashion Police and the daughter of the legendary comedian, Joan Rivers. While Melissa's mom Joan Rivers set the stage for many of the comedians we see today - Lily Singh, Leslie Jones, Chelsea Handler, among many others. Melissa is no shrinking violet. She is extremely accomplished in her own right. Melissa Rivers has many accolad...
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Bedtalks Podcast 39: The Lesson of Self-Love; Naysha’s Powerful Transformation through Self-Love

Bedtalks Podcast 39: The Lesson of Self-Love; Naysha’s Powerful Transformation through Self-Love
K and I had the pleasure of interviewing Naysha Sonet. Naysha is from the beautiful and #3 ranked country of happiness, Norway. However, even though Naysha lives in one of the happiest countries, she didn't always feel happy with herself. After being in a relationship where she expressed that she love someone who didn't reciprocate or express the same feelings, she had to learn how to find someone she had lost in the process, herself. We crossed paths as I followed Naysha's personal journey and transformation via self-love. She has insight and wisdom that belies her age. I was impressed and...
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Why COVID-19 Is Changing You

Why COVID-19 Is Changing You
Things have gotten real. Our new norm is bringing out the best and worse in us. COVID-19 affected China in the latter part of 2019, and then it started spreading across the world. One thing about a crisis is the sad fact that until everyone feels vulnerable, no one truly feels vulnerable. The Empathy Connection As humans, it’s natural for some of us to be more empathetic than others. But, often, genuine empathy doesn’t emerge until we have personally experienced the same pain or setback, which helps us to understand and connect when we see a similar pain in someone else. It’s normal. Whe...
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Bedtalks Relationship Podcast Ep. 25 – Thoughts vs Feelings – Finding Your Balance Between the Two

Bedtalks Relationship Podcast Ep. 25 – Thoughts vs Feelings – Finding Your Balance Between the Two
Hey Ya'll We're back with a new episode of Bedtalks. This week's topic is, "Thoughts vs Feelings - Finding Your Balance Between the Two." Your thoughts and feelings are important. Fiding the balance between the two can be complicated. Listen in as K and I discuss why the two are so interconnected. We also discuss what happens when you lean into one more than the other. We hope you enjoy this episode! Until next time, XoXo Please also remember to subscribe to future Bedtalk podcast episodes on the Anchor app, iTunes, Google Podcasts, and Spotify. Get ...
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How You Can Turn Your Heartbreak Into Happiness

Being heartbroken is one of the worse feelings you can experience. It seems as though everything stands still for a moment and you can easily feel engulfed in a number of feelings including sadness, despair, hopelessness, and just raw emotional pain. However, even in the midst of these feelings, there are ways you can turn your heartbreak into happiness. Jessica Williams and I sit down to have an honest and straight-forward discussion about this topic along with some other ways to help you totally change the way you think about heartbreak and your perspective on life! Listen in to the sh...
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5 Powerful Lessons Losing Can Teach You

5 Powerful Lessons Losing Can Teach You
I have been watching a new documentary on Netflix called Losers. It showcases individuals who were extremely talented, worked hard at their craft for many years and while sustaining some level of success, missed out on winning what would have put them at the peak of their aspirations. We often focus on winners, but we don’t focus on the journey of losses, often times significant ones, that these individuals experienced along the way. One friend of mine would often say to me that you will get a 1,000 no’s before you get a yes and while the number is extreme, I think this metaphor has some trut...
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Figuring Out Who You Are First—The Know Yourself Podcast

Figuring Out Who You Are First—The Know Yourself Podcast
  I had the pleasure of joining Dan Udale on the Know Yourself podcast. Here is what he had to say about our discussion. Hey you! Yeah you! I have really got a treat for you today 🤩 I met a Lady called Elizabeth Overstreet on Twitter who is a Love Coach and Relationship Expert ❤️ This was such a great episode because of he energy, enthusiasm, and passion that Elizabeth has for helping people understand themselves and relationships to find the love of their life🙏 . Having Elizabeth on Know Yourself was such a different dynamic because I haven’t covered off relationships before and is...
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This Is How To Beat Self-Doubt When You Feel Like It’s Beating You

This Is How To Beat Self-Doubt When You Feel Like It’s Beating You
I’m not sure about you, but sometimes there is a nagging voice in my head that is constantly trying to shake my self-confidence. I come to learn it’s normal and every one of us has probably had that feeling or moment at one time or another where you felt lost, incomplete, or like your life wasn’t heading in the right direction. The next time you feel as though you are going to freak out and your inner voice becomes too loud to bear, here are some proven techniques to help you beat your self-doubt. I’m not sure if you have heard of Mel Robbins. She is a motivational speaker, serial entrepren...
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7 Reasons Why You Should Never Give Up — Even When You Really Want To

7 Reasons Why You Should Never Give Up — Even When You Really Want To
Life can be tough and wrecked with chaos, happiness, frustration, and despair all at once or in successions. When things are going bad, it can seem like it is never ending and it can be tough to see your way through a situation. In these moments, it is so easy to become depressed, worn down, and just feel like you can’t take it anymore. We live in a world of constant instant gratification, so when your needs are not being quickly met, it’s easy to want to throw in the towel. But when you have these moments, I want you to think of your scenario a little differently. It will go against yo...
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