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The Art of Authenticity

A Health, Fitness and Religion podcast
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It’s time to get authentic - without the fluff. Laura Coe - coach, author, entrepreneur, and philosophy lover - interviews successful New York Times best selling authors, Ceos, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders to get honest, get specific, and go deep about what it really means to live an authentic life and have success. The Art of Authenticity is a real-world guide on navigating a life of meaning and success, despite what life throws at you.


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Silvy Khoucasian: Love with Integrity
Today we have a really special show in store for you! We welcome relationship coach Silvy Khoucasian to share her expertise and personal work with relationships. Silvy has her masters degree in psychology and is particularly interested and specializes in attachment and boundaries and how codependency arises in relationships. She helps clients to show up and stay authentic with their partners, a balance that most people will find to be a constant challenge, even with the best intentions. 
Hamilton Souther: Explore Consciousness with a Master Shaman
Hamilton has spent the better part of the last twenty years traveling inward and outward, exploring the Amazon and his and the greater consciousness and spirit. His tour company, Blue Morpho, offers spiritual journeys by way of plant medicines and is situated deep in the jungles of Peru. In our conversation, we cover all things shamanic, mystic and spiritual and Hamilton deftly articulates the sensitive and particular components of these concepts and his work. From assisting with addiction and depression to communicating with guides and energies, we cover it all! 
Michelle Tillis Lederman: The Connector's Advantage
Michelle Lederman has just released her new book The Connector’s Advantage: 7 Mindsets to Grow Your Influence and Impact. Named by Forbes as one of the 25 networking experts to watch. She’s a former NYU professor who has since made her mark as an accomplished speaker, trainer, coach and, of course, esteemed author. Her passion is really to help individuals and organizations build better relationships and achieve greater results through her company, Executive Essentials. Michelle has worked with an array of big-name organizations of all kinds, has been featured in The New York Times, and she’s here today to advise us on implementing the most important networking skills that she has learned over the years. Michelle shares with us what it means to be a connector, the different type of connectors, how we are to approach our networks and the mindsets that are required to become better at relationships on all levels. This thought-provoking conversation is guaranteed to pique your interest, so don’t miss out on this one!
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Feb 1st, 2016
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Jul 29th, 2019
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