Inspired Like Me with Jennifer O'Dell

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Jen speaks to Brian about the up's & down's of being born into the Hollywood life. Brian talks about how he's survived and become a better manager because of his past down falls and how being open, honest and living a kind vulnerable life-style is the only way to win. 
Jen talks openly about having a very weird few weeks in her life. She talks about learning how to sit in her pain, cry and move past those days into better more grateful fulfilled tomorrow's.  
Jen talks about her recent IG post and how it's okay to feel and be human and what she does to 'turn things around' in her life to create a better head space.  
Jen talks to friend and fellow actor Matt Cedeno about the every changing tides of Hollywood and their careers, family and the balancing act that has to take place. Matt also talks about his character on Power and working with 50cent. 
Jen and Josh talk about Mental Health and what that means. Does everyone have mental health issues? How do we deal with them? How do we deal and cope with others who have major mental health problems? This episode was also video recorded for Jen's IG and FB live feed/stories so please have a listen or a look in this case on either Jen's IG page @thejenniferodell or her Fan fb page.  
Jen brings back Ozzie Osborne and Josh Ritcher to talk about relationships and how we as women can do simple things to allow a man to move into his manly place and Josh reveals how he's been both the 'nice guy' and the 'bad boy' and what each of those moments in his life taught him.  
Jen was so impressed with Evan Ferrante's Tom Cruise impersonation on his IG page she contacted Evan to come on the show. They talk about his reluctant misadventures of an internationally acclaimed Tom Cruise impersonator from his college days and trying to get chicks then his journey to Hollywood and really making a huge career out of being NTC. 
Josh Ritcher - Author of Ship for Brains - shares his experience and studying of neuroscience and why understanding the brain and its functionality is so important to following a healthy way to empower your life and 'retrain your brain'.   He explains how the power of our thoughts can control our lives for the worse or the better and how to create 'space' to have conscious choice.  Josh also talks about how the modern world is triggering our stress hormones and toxic shame.Jen talks about her new friend called compassion and how it's allowed the hate and resentment to fall away.   
They talk about following our collective hearts to do what we all love and desire instead of what we've been conditioned to do in society. Belle also talks about her successful career as a Hollywood agent and manager but she reveals how there was still something missing in her life as she always wanted to be an inspirational intuitive counselor and is finally making it happen.  "We are the architect of our own fate"  They also talk about how The Hollywood Shift / Me Too movement is a bit of a tsunami affect but we are beginning to move out of it into better pastures.  Belle also talks about Weinstein, Louise CK and others that were taken down through Me Too as she was just interviewed about this very subject in the Me Too documentary. 
Jen speaks with transformational trainer and actress/producer/director/writer - Marjean Holden - who talks about the transformational trainings she's been doing all over the world - basically 'Waking People Up' to who they are and what they want to do with their lives at the inner core level.  They discuss how humans have been conditioned and/or controlled for hundreds of years by society and government to live a life of mundane work or just 'working to survive' instead of living a life of joy and purpose. 
Jen speaks with celebrity fitness instructor and owner of Pulse Fitness studio Mark Harari.  They talk about running a successful fitness studio in Los Angeles and why his method works so well. They also talk about how motivational weekends away are priceless for every person in every walk of life for their own personal discover and how they can help anyone get off their 'hamster wheel' of life or business that isn't moving forward or improving. Mark explains how complexity is the enemy of execution and moving forward and taking action is what it's all about. They also discuss how eating right and working out can be understood in simple terms and Mark also squashes the myth that women 'bulk up' by lifting heavy weights. 
Jen speaks with life and career coach Barbara Deutsch who created the Barbara Deutsch Approach.  Barbara talks about her own coaching method and how she becomes your own personal champion to believe in yourself and trust who you are to win at this game called life. 
Jen and Ozzie talk about the nice guy vs. the bad guy and why women like or are attracting the wrong kind of man and why the nice guys seem to finish last.  Both being single mother's of 2 boys they also talk about raising boys that'll soon become men in this world and talk about sex and how the subject needs to be spoken about more often so that our younger generations don't feel ashamed about sex when 'their time' comes around. 
Jen speaks with composer / musician Carlos Villalobos (Empire, La Esperanza). Carlos talks about how the music industry has drastically changed and how if we all come from a place of good intention and helping others everything changes for the better.  He credits his strong family upbringing to his solid state of mind and perseverance in a business that can be extremely fickle. 
Jen speaks with Alejandria Emelia Kate, author of Transformational Healing: Shifting Into an Uplifting Perspective, about her challenges, fears, and the power of positive perspective. Alejandria reveals her dark night of the soul and how she came to live in her truth. Honest, vulnerable, and straightforward, Alejandria shares the beauty of life's struggles and what they can teach us.
Kevin speaks about 'shifting ones own process' instead of continuing with the conditioned thinking we've been programmed with in order to live a full and prosperous life without emotional or even financial debt.  Kevin has a list of P's that he lives by in order to live a more prosperous and full life: prayer, priorities, patients vs. panic, perseverance, process vs. product, purpose and principles order for us to live a life with Pea'sOfMind and psychically fill the bank of life with a positive energy. Kevin also talks about the creation of his 5 Emmy award winning series After Forever on Amazon Prime and how listening to that inner voice can lead you to the glorious manifestation of work and life that's meant for you. 
Jen talks about the 'road rage' going on on the internet these days through our social media sites and how easily influenced we are these days by social media.  She invites everyone to take a stance against the hateful posts and re-posts and commit to non-violent actions and posts therefore spread the love, not the hate. 
Jen speaks with fellow actor and podcast host of Bottle Dog - Siaka Massaquoi. They talk about how the human race needs to come from a place of compassion and love these days and how there seems to be a movement towards that direction with people deleting their social media sites and learning to calm your inner beast. #CarCare instead of #RoadRage.  Jen talks about getting older and embracing it proudly. Siaka being 1st generation American (parents from Liberia) talks about the 'blame game' or 'race card' and how hard it is for him to justify his own success or downfall because of the color of his skin or Liberian family name. And they talk about the power of saying fuck it - just do it. 
Jen and Elizabeth talk about why finding the right coach for you is so important in Hollywood and finding out who you are, the real you, the human vulnerable you is what acting really boils down to in order to bring out the extraordinary gift of your audience 'seeing' you or whatever character your playing or whatever relationship you are in.  Jen reveals a lot of insight into her own Hollywood experiences when she first started out and how we should always stick to our gut instincts and be true to who you are. 
Jen speaks with heart and mind - life and relationship coach Ozzie Osborne. They talk about therapy,  being vulnerable is a good quality (thank you Brene' Brown), how Ozzie teaches both men and women to RISE together.  They talk about raising new world boys who will be men one day, putting yourself first is okay, unloading your 'resentment backpack' and how learning to 'let go' can feel soooooo good. 
Jen sits down with actress comedian Debra Wilson who gets candid about who she is, how the spirit world has impacted her life, self love and spreading the love on a higher vibration. 
In this first episode Jen talks about who she is and why she's created this new podcast.  We get to know a little more about her and her life to why's she's ventured into podcasting and what she hopes you'll get out of it. 
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Jun 3rd, 2019
Latest Episode
Feb 5th, 2020
Release Period
3 per week
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour

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