[LISTEN] Catch me raw and real on Real Talk Radio

One of my favorite things in the entire world is having deep and inspiring conversations with thoughtful, inquisitive people. People who aren’t afraid to ask big questions, share truthful answers, get curious about their personal hows and whys, and seek to find meaning in the midst of this wild human experience. A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of being interviewed by one of these amazing people, Nicole Antoinette. Nicole is the creator of Real Talk Radio, the home of unfiltered conversations. For each episode of Real Talk Radio Nicole - a writer and recovering perfectionist - sits down with a wide range of people (athletes, writers, entrepreneurs, parents, coaches, spiritual teachers, artists) to dive into the truth of what’s really going on in their lives.

Real Talk Radio digs into all the behind the scenes, juicy stuff like fear, secret dreams, guilty pleasures, self-care practices, and day-to-day routines - not to mention a deep look into what it takes to get from where we are to where we want to be. The goal is for each episode to feel like a sigh of relief, reminding you that we’re all just doing the best we can, and that no matter what we’re in this together.

In our episode Nicole and I dove straight into vulnerable subjects like sex, money, relationships, worthiness, food, and health. We talked about my divorce, recovering from illness, breaking out of the pattern of associating money with personal worthiness...and that was just the beginning!

I can't tell you how much I enjoyed this conversation and how grateful I am to Nicole for creating a beautifully produced podcast that gets to the heart of what we’re each seeking in this life.

To listen to the episode, click on the image below.


After you listen I’d love to know, “What one liner gave you the biggest sigh of relief and why?”

Lots of love and here’s to being our real and raw selves,


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