Bleep Bulimia Episode 11 with Lisa Arnold Portrait Photographer and Podcast Host of How do You Want To Be Seen

How Do You Want To Be Seen?  What a lovely question and one that Lisa asks her clients during the introductory session. From a small used camera that she received as a gift at 17, Lisa found it to be such a great experience to photograph everyone.  From there she began photographing wedding and learning […]

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LIFT Your Story with Sarah Santacroce Founder of Gentle Busines Revolution

In our Podcast we didn’t really didn’t have the opportunity to touch on Sarah’s background, however we thought it was worth mentioning in these notes. On her website sarahsantacroce.com, Sarah describes herself as ” I’m a Hippie turned Business Coach”  She goes on to share the following:  “I grew up in a peace & love environment called […]

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LIFT Your Story with Vamsi Pannala Virtual Summit Coach Podcaster Marketer and Entrepreneur

What is this “shiny object syndrome?”  Vamsi asked himself if it was some kind of disease?  He says that it is a disease and it is worse because it squeezes out your time which is valuable and your time, and put your efforts to absolutely no results. After losing a job, it was a decision […]

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LIFT Your Story with Terry B. McDougall Executive And Career Coach and CEO of Terry B McDougall Coaching

When asked to tell us something interesting, Terry shared that she lived in 40 different places before she was 11.  With her father working for AT&T burying telephone lines, this took them to many different places.  Terry said they lived in a trailer that was hitched to the truck to take them to the next […]

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Bleep Bulimia Episode Seven with Sandhya Ramautar Art Psychotherapist Model Maker and Podcaster

When her father, the partriarch of the family, passed away seven years ago, Sandhya used art to get through her grief and the feeling of the family dismantling.  The impact this had on Sandhya inspired her to pursue her studies in art psychotherapy. Sandhya explained that she internalized her emotions from her loss.  On her […]

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