In other words, we all need to be involved and do our homework if we want to continue to enjoy the social and political freedoms that we have come to expect from our brilliant and unique democracy. I’ve created the syllabus and the ‘Cliff’s Notes’. The rest is up to all of us to implement them.

As a part of our series about women who are shaking things up in their industry, I had the pleasure of interviewing Kelly Riordan.

Kelly Riordan, Founder of Wewilldecide.com is a typical frustrated voter that knew she could create a better way for the…


Trade Caffeine for Sea Moss Smoothie — Caffeine is a stimulant, potentially causing jitters and anxiety. Sea moss gel contains naturally energizing nutrients like Vitamin B2, Vitamin B12, Calcium, Chromium, Magnesium, and Zinc. Consuming it daily mixed into a smoothie helps you stay healthy and alert.

As a part of my series about the “5 Things Anyone Can Do To Optimize Their Mental Wellness”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Imani Francies.

Imani Francies writes and researches for the life insurance comparison site, QuickQuote.com. …


Be open. — Life is full of ideas, experiences, and perspectives, and yet there is an aspect of our brains and nervous systems that craves predictability and certainty. Sometimes this need for certainty can create a sort of tunnel vision, one in which we see what we expect to see.

As a part of my series about the women in wellness, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jennifer Bloom.

Jennifer Bloom is a poet, singer, scholar, and mother who believes that well-being thrives when we recognize and embrace our interconnection with all beings and the ecosystem of the planet. Jennifer…


Invest in your team’s development! Make sure you have the right people in the right seats. Identify and play to their strengths and support their limitations. Create a common language that is understood by all. Hone in on what is important to them and how you can best support their values while having them support your business — it should always be a mutually beneficial agreement.

As part of my series about “5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Started Leading a Cannabis Business” I had the pleasure of interviewing Ashley Hill.

Ashley Hill is a native Californian…


Think bigger faster! Thinking too small is one of the biggest challenges of our society in my opinion. Not believing in our own abilities and being afraid of failure stops a lot of people from living their best lives.

As a part of our series about women who are shaking things up in their industry, I had the pleasure of interviewing Marina Worre — Founder & CEO of Worre Studios; Creator of The Most Powerful Women in Network Marketing Event; Co-Founder & CEO of Network Marketing Pro, Inc.

When the global Covid-19 pandemic forced her to make a major pivot…


“What’s simple to you is incredibly difficult or mind blowing for someone else”

As a part of our series about women who are shaking things up in their industry, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jane Baker.

Jane The High-Ticket Disruptor, is powerhouse high-ticket sales expert, 8-figure serial entrepreneur, two times №1 best selling author, was nominated as one of the UKs top100 female entrepreneur, and philanthropist who counts celebrities and FTSE/FORTUNE 500 companies as clients.

Thank you so much for doing this with us! Before we dig in, our readers would like to get to know you a bit…


Do not be afraid to seek YOUR optimal health, not someone else’s definition thereof. Most of my patients were women who had seen many providers before seeking care a little outside of the standard medical model.

As a part of my series about the women in wellness, I had the pleasure of interviewing Kim Desch, NP, GM of Bravadough!.

Prior to starting her two companies Wild Flour Bakery and Bravadough!, Kim was a nurse practitioner for 28 years focusing on women’s health and autoimmune diseases. Her emphasis was on dietary intervention and the use of targeted nutraceuticals to help her…


Like physical wellness, mental wellness fluctuates. There are good and bad days, and there will be times when things get progressively worse to the point that requires urgent attention. We need to acknowledge the frequency, if not inevitability, of bad days so can address them when they do come and prevent mental illness from setting in as a result of delaying needed care. Silence can turn a mental issue into a mental illness.

As a part of my series about the women in wellness, I had the pleasure of interviewing Michelle Lemming of Texoma Health Foundation.

Michelle grew up in…


Dr. Bertrand: When you have a problem, don’t cover it up, look for its cause and fix that. My dad studied two years of engineering before he became a brain surgeon. As I was growing up, he would tell us about what he was working on, what had been done before and why it had failed, what was behind the problem and what needed to be done to fix it. He used to punish me for misbehavior by sending me up to my room, which was his library. When I was punished (which happened often), alone in my room, I…


Even with the mass introduction of the COVID-19 vaccine and potential herd immunity predicted in the coming months, the pandemic is going to continue to rule our travel plans for the next year or two. As travelers gear up for summer trips, it’s going to be important for them to become familiar with the destinations they’re interested in visiting — much more than they would need to be in a regular travel season.

As part of my series about “developments in the travel industry over the next five years”, I had the pleasure of interviewing David Alwadish, CEO and founder…

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Candice Georgiadis is an active mother of three as well as a designer, founder, social media expert, and philanthropist.

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