#Unbroken – Re-finding Happiness & Hope in Marriage After Infidelity

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In this episode Justin and Jessica both share with us their experience of facing infidelity in their marriage and what it took to find the strength to make it work and stay together. Justin and Jessica met early on in life and shortly after fell in love and decided to take the next step in dedication to each other and got married. However, Justin was struggling with internal feelings of self-doubt, fear and anxiety due to the pressures of his upbringing that Jessica was unaware of until it began to manifest in their marriage, and nearly ended their marriage. In this story Justin and Jessica combine their voices to openly and vulnerably speak about the struggles they faced in their journey to create the strong marriage they have today. A journey that includes a challenging childhood, depression, infidelity and dishonesty, and unconditional love and forgiveness. Join us in this episode to hear Jessica and Justin’s incredible story on how they were able to find happiness and hope again in their marriage when faced with infidelity.

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Surviving One of the Deadliest School Massacres in the History of the World. Peshawar, Pakistan- With Waleed Khan

On Dec 16, 2014 a terrible event occurred in Peshawar, Pakistan, which disturbed the country deeply. It’s effects were felt across the world and it turned out to be the 4th largest school massacre in the history of the world.  On this day a terrorist group of 7 men invaded an Army Public School of Peshawar and shot and killed 149 people. 134 of those lives lost were children between the ages of 8-18. 112 more people were injured. Waleed Khan is a survivor of the attack but did not get away unscathed, he suffered 6 bullet wounds to the face and 2 shots to the body. His doctors and family did not believe he would survive, but miraculously he did. He was 12 years old at the time. Waleed now is 17 years old, and today on this episode he shares his experience of that terrible day and what he had to deal with in the aftermath of it all. Waleed also discusses the amazing transformation he underwent once he discovered a new purpose that gave him hope and created a desire to use his experience to help change the lives of others by sharing his story, and a powerful message of peace. 

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Empowering Entrepreneurs to Leave Their 9-5 and Create Income Online- With Debbie Cromack

Debbie Cromack is a corporate lackey turned entrepreneurial renegade. She is an international best-selling author and Business Coach, empowering introverted female entrepreneurs to set up the foundation of their coaching business, implement a replicable sales process that feels good, and replace their corporate income so they can thrive in their business, quit their corporate job, and create a life they fall in love with every single day! If you’re done being an employee – making others rich! – and ready to make yourself wealthy in impact, income, and soul-happiness, Debbie is the coach for you! Debbie talks about the challenges she faced when building her online business while working 12-14 hours in a high-earning corporate position, and how she managed to transition successfully. This is a great episode for anyone interested in earning income online as a coach to learn what it takes to get started!

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From Victim to Victor, the Choice is Yours- With Jimmy DeFalco.

Jimmy is a recovering addict who grew up in a Wolf of Wall Street Environment. He watched his father make millions all while partying with drugs and alcohol on a daily basis. In 2008, Jimmy graduated from FSU expecting to take over the family business. Shortly afterwards, one of the largest recessions in the United States hit and his family lost everything….

He became depressed, $40,000 in debt to the IRS, became estranged from his father, and his brother went to prison. All of which culminated with a deadly drug addiction to Xanax and Oxycontin.  In November of 2015 he was involuntarily baker acted into a mental health facility and since then Jimmy has completely transformed his life. Through his story he strives to show that anything is possible by mastering your mindset.

Today, Jimmy is a mindset coach, TedX speaker, podcast host for “Jimmy D Radio”, and the father to two amazing boys, Anthony and Angelo.

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Why People Don’t Follow Their Dreams

I came out to meditate and reflect on the transition I am making right now. The last couple of weeks have been one of the most transformative moments of my life. When it comes to a position of financial stability, I had that, but what I was doing was unfulfilling. So, I am starting all over, and jumping into an industry I am unfamiliar with, leaving everything I once thought I wanted, and it is all quite unsettling.

Understandably, I have been feeling heavy in my heart and head, not exactly expressed by anything specifically, but just a conflict of sorts. At the same time, I am calm and at peace with my decisions, It’s an interesting blend of energy.

Humans have emotions and these emotions are powerful. They can prevent us from living out our dreams. And the strongest emotion is that of FEAR. There is truly only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: The fear of failure. But going out and meditating by the river today I watched the river and I learned something.

A river is forever ongoing, its nature is to run continuously, and without ceasing. The river might face disturbances in the form of rocks, boulders, or the edges of the land that serve as guides to keep the river on its path. When the river confronts those barriers, it becomes tumultuous and unsettled. Powerful. This agitation continues until the river has passed the barriers and then it returns to be calm, it’s natural state. Throughout its journey to its destination, which will be something larger than itself (a bay, ocean, or lake), the river will meet with many barriers in different forms. It will become agitated, but it will then pass and return to tranquility. But most importantly, the river never ceases to continue on its path of destiny. It is destined to become something grander than it currently is.

It’s the law of the World. Humans are part of nature, part of creation, and we all deal with change in similar ways. We become unsettled and agitated, but nature understands this is part of life and fulfilling our destinies. Rivers do not cease to run, and trees do not cease to grow. They do not fear failure. They adapt and they conform. Fear of failing is usually more significant than the failure itself. But I would much rather live my life as I dream, free and with a sense of high, than to live a life formed by fear and never truly living. Therefore, failing by default.