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Danny Greeves is a UK-based confidence coach and hypnotherapist who helps individuals build greater self-confidence. His recently published book is entitled Six Steps to Self-Confidence.On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Danny to learn more about the power of self-belief and self-assurance, and to discuss how we can each build confidence and boost our well-being. 
Robert Strock is a renowned teacher, psychotherapist, and humanitarian. He recently developed the Awareness That Heals program - an expression of the tools that Robert has developed over a lifetime of inspired self-exploration. On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Robert to learn how self-awareness and a friendly mind can help us rise above our challenges, and flourish. 
Dr Lindo Bacon is a celebrated scientist, author, professor, speaker, and advocate for body liberation. Their latest book, released this month, is titled Radical Belonging: How to survive and thrive in an unjust world (while transforming it for the better).On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Lindo to discuss the vital importance of acceptance, acknowledgement and profound belonging. 
Peta Sigley is Co-Founder and Chief Knowledge Officer at Springfox, previously known as The Resilience Institute in Australia, and she is the voice of the Resilience Real-Time podcast. On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Peta to discuss how profound self-care can help us build resilience and live happier, more fulfilling lives. 
Ryan Stanley is a life purpose, business and internal corporate coach, and author of Be Patient, Be Present, Be Joyful, which he describes as a first aid kit for the emotional bumps, scrapes, and bruises of life.On this episode, Kim Forrester and Ryan discuss the importance of patience, and why nurturing a sense of serenity is vital for personal growth and well-being. 
Lauren Popish is the founder of The Wave Podcasting, which offers podcasting support and resources for womxn. Through her work at Wave, Lauren aims to empower womxn to rise above imposter syndrome and anxiety, and boldly share their voices.On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Lauren to discuss why authentic self-expression is vital if we truly want to thrive. 
Katherine May is a celebrated British author whose journalism and essays have appeared in a range of top tier publications. She is the author of several books, including her most recent title, Wintering: How I learned to flourish when life became frozen. On this episode, Kim Forrester and Katherine explore the importance of rest, retreat and repair, and discuss how our well-being is enhanced when we fully accept the fallow seasons of our lives. 
Eve Turow-Paul is a globally recognized thought leader on youth food culture and the impact of the Digital Age. Her latest title, Hungry, explores the link between modern food culture and our inherent yearning for greater connection and meaning. On this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Eve about what it means to truly nourish ourselves and explores how we can better satisfy our hunger for physical, spiritual, and emotional well-being. 
Kim Carey is a spiritual mentor and host of the popular YouTube channel, Intuitiview where she explores current affairs and topical subjects through the lens of spirituality and positivity. In her videos, consultations and courses, Kim aims to demystify spiritual experience and inspire others to trust their own instinctive knowing. On this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Kim Carey to discuss how we can build happier lives and a better world by tuning into our inner GPS, and trusting the quiet voice within. 
Blake Snow is an executive content advisor, writer, and recognized journalist who has published feature articles for top-tier US media, including CNN, NBC, and National Geographic. He’s also the author of Log Off: How to Stay Connected after Disconnecting. On this episode, Kim Forrester and Blake discuss why it’s vital for our well-being that we minimize our online activity and connect more mindfully with our real-world lives. 
Charles Fowler is chairperson of the Human Values Foundation, and member of the Steering Group of UK Values Alliance, which is the driving force behind World Values Day, held in October each year. On this episode, Kim Forrester and Charles discuss why a flourishing life is more attainable when we recognise, reflect on, and practice our personal value system. 
Muhammad Lila is a global correspondent and news anchor renowned for producing compelling stories for CBC, ABC News and CNN. In 2019, Muhammad founded Goodable, a multi-platform network devoted to good news. On this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Muhammad about the concept of applied humanity and discusses how we can become more compassionate, kind, and connected with the people of our planet. 
Dr. Elise Bialylew is author of the bestselling mindfulness meditation book, The Happiness Plan and she’s the founder of Mindful in May, the world’s largest online global mindfulness campaign. On this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Elise about the incredible benefits of mindfulness and learns how we can each enjoy more ‘presence’ in our daily lives. 
Dr. Anita Sanchez is a transformational leadership consultant, speaker, coach and author of the international bestselling book, The Four Sacred Gifts: Indigenous Wisdom for Modern Times. On this episode, Kim Forrester and Anita take a deep dive into the power of indigenous wisdom, and discuss how these ancient concepts and practices can help us live happier, healthier and more harmoniously. 
Courtney Carver is a celebrated simplicity expert, author of two books, including Soulful Simplicity, and founder of the fashion minimalist challenge, Project 333. On this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Courtney about the power of simplicity and explores how we can liberate ourselves from the relentless pressure to be more, have more, and do more, in our search for a fulfilling life. 
Gary Metivier is an Emmy award-winning Executive Producer, author, creative consultant, and seasoned news anchor with more than 20 years’ experience in broadcasting. He is also the founder of The Heart of the Story video series and podcast. On this episode, Kim Forrester and Gary discuss the importance of inspiration and explore how we can tap into positivity and passion to live a more fulfilling life. 
Irene O’Garden is a distinguished American poet and author who has won or been nominated for prizes in nearly every writing category. Her latest book, released just this month, is Glad to be Human: Adventures in Optimism. On this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Irene about the importance of optimism, and how we can become happier and healthier by celebrating what Irene calls ‘the radiance of human existence’. 
Dr. Diane Hamilton is an award-winning speaker and nationally syndicated radio show host based in Arizona, USA. She writes and speaks on business, leadership, emotional intelligence and curiosity, career, and education, and she is the author of several popular books including her latest title, Cracking the Curiosity Code. On this episode of Eudaemonia, Kim Forrester connects with Diane to explore the concept of curiosity, and to learn why it’s easier to achieve our goals when we actively seek out our discomfort zone.
Thom Bond is a thought leader, author, activist and founder of the New York Center for Nonviolent Communication. He is the creator and leader of The Compassion Course, which attracts thousands of participants from around the world. On this episode, Kim Forrester and Thom explore how applied compassion can help us create a more peaceful and sustainable existence, on both a personal and social level. 
Paul Fishman is a self-love coach, outrageously sassy blogger and host of The Road to Self-Love podcast. Through his work, Paul aims to empower others to love themselves, build self-confidence, ditch the people-pleasing and live the life of their dreams. On this episode, Kim Forrester and Paul discuss the importance of self-love and explore why loving ourselves fully is key, if we truly want to flourish. 
Jo Berry is a British peace activist and public speaker with an incredible personal story of tragedy, courage and reconciliation. She is the founder of the non-profit organisation, Building Bridges for Peace. On this episode, Kim Forrester chats with Jo about how we can draw upon empathy, acceptance and reconciliation to generate greater peace in our lives, and in our world. 
Brian Aylward was awarded the title of Canada’s best stand-up comic in 2016. He has been a comedian for the past 15 years, and performs regularly to sold-out venues across Canada, Asia and the Pacific. On this episode, Kim Forrester sits with Brian to discuss the benefits of laughter on our well-being, and to explore ways we can adopt a more light-hearted, more humorous approach to life. 
Lindsay Recknell is a speaker, facilitator and educator, based in Calgary, Canada. Drawing from her personal experiences as the wife of a recovering alcoholic, Lindsay provides a range of courses, seminars, blogs and podcasts that teach people how to use hope to motivate and propel action. On this episode, Kim Forrester and Lindsay discuss why harnessing hope is vital if we want to live an inspired and fulfilling life. 
Dr. Donna Hicks is an Associate at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, a renowned international conflict resolution specialist, and the creator of the Dignity Method for conflict resolution. On this episode, Kim Forrester and Donna explore the elements of dignity and discuss why honouring dignity – both our own, and others’ – is an essential element in any life well lived. 
Rob Lawless is a social innovator and the unique man behind the Robs10KFriends project. His goal is to meet 10,000 strangers, and encourage others to take the initiative and establish more new relationships. In this episode, Kim Forrester and Rob chat about the importance of social connection and discuss why becoming an active participant in a broader community is vital if we truly want to thrive. 
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Podcast Details

Created by
Kim Forrester
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Nov 24th, 2020
Latest Episode
Nov 24th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
56
Avg. Episode Length
32 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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