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E65 – Reinventing Yourself After Falling Down with Damion Lupo

MEET DAMION LUPO: Best Selling Author in personal finance and retirement planning, host of the Transformation Nation podcast, owner of 30+ companies and founder of his own martial art – Yokido ®. The only thing Damion really fears is REGRET. His formula for success AND a fulfilled life by making tons of mistakes as quickly…

E63 – Speak Your Truth with Michelle Khouri

MEET MICHELLE KHOURI Michelle Khouri is an arts and culture writer and the host of The Cultured Podcast, a weekly show that unearths intriguing perspectives in art, theatre, travel, design, and literature while digging at the roots of what inspires us. Aside from her work as a storyteller, Michelle helps businesses bring their narratives to…

E62 The Business of Adult Films with Tasha Reign

MEET TASHA REIGN A 2014 UCLA graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Women’s Studies, Reign has been outspoken about her support for women’s rights and women’s sexual freedom as well as an advocate for normalizing sexuality and advancing the rights of sex workers. She played a pivotal role in helping defeat the anti-porn Prop. 60…

E61 – How To Follow Your Intuition with Rachel Archelaus

MEET RACHEL ARCHELAUS: Rachel Archelaus is the founder of the Intuitive Art Academy where she teaches people how to have a two-way conversation with their intuition. She is an internationally known spiritual teacher and business mentor to lightworkers. Her latest book, Intuitive Art: Have a Two Way Conversation with your Higher Self, released this year.…

AYA059 – Self Book Publishing with Julie Broad

MEET JULIE BROAD: Julie Broad is an Amazon Overall #1 Best Selling Author, an International Book Award Winner, and recipient of the Beverly Hills Book Award for Best Sales book. As an entrepreneur and successful real estate investor, she was also awarded the Top 20 under 40 Award. Her latest venture, Book Launchers, helps entrepreneurs…

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