Soulful Series

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Soulful Series features award-winning authors who have written a memoir or non-fiction motivational book, and have an uplifting message to share. 

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Please note: We’re currently booking months out and will require a physical copy of your book at least 30 days before your scheduled interview.


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Alisha Fernandez Miranda

In this fun chat, Alisha Fernandez Miranda, author of My What If Year, talks about the year she paused her executive position to take on a series of internships in theater, fitness, art, and hospitality. This courageous journey allowed her to explore the question, “What if?” and follow the roads untraveled. Alisha reminds us that it is never too late to take a chance on yourself!

Renee Linnell

Magic, miracles, travel, and romance — oh my! In this episode, Renee Linnell, author of Still on Fire sits down with me to share her journey since her previous memoir, The Burn Zone. Walking us through what she learned about herself through romantic partners, opt-outs, near-death experiences, and travel, she shares how she learned to find herself and follow the signs of the Universe to live her best life!


In this episode, I speak with author of Plus-Size: A Memoir of Pop Culture, Fatphobia, and Social Change, Mekdela. This real conversation gets down to the nuts and bolts of the structure of society, recognizing all systems of oppression, and the role each of us individually have in questioning everything. Mekdela inspires us with new thoughts on media literacy and capitalism, and their linkage.

Elizabeth Gould

If you’re looking to connect with your inner wisdom, then you’ll be inspired by this conversation with writer, Stanford graduate and former non-profit director, Elizabeth Gould. It is Elizabeth’s joy to help women and girls understand and appreciate the intelligence of the female body, and how it connects us to the cycles of the natural world. In this episode, she talks about her two decades of experience as a mother, teacher, and menstrual advocate and how this led to her book, The Well of Truth, which incorporates her love of art, travel, mythology, goddess traditions, trees, storytelling, and the moon.

Diane Dreher

The Tao of Inner Peace has been re-written and re-edited multiple times, but author, researcher, consultant, and Psychology Today blogger, Diane Dreher, says it is still timeless. In this episode, she talks to me about the way of the journey, the cycles of nature, and gives us some tips on how to stay centered. Most importantly, learn how inner peace within us creates peace around us.

Lynne Twist

In this episode, we’re whisked away into the life and journey of Lynne Twist. For more than 40 years, Lynne Twist has been a recognized global visionary committed to alleviating poverty, ending world hunger and supporting social justice and environmental sustainability.

From working with Mother Teresa in Calcutta to the refugee camps in Ethiopia and the threatened rainforests of the Amazon, as well as guiding the philanthropy of some of the worlds wealthiest families, Lynne’s on-the-ground work has brought her a deep understanding of people’s relationship with money. Her breadth of knowledge and experience has led her to profound insights about the social tapestry of the world and the historical landscape of the times we are living in.

What would your life be like if you committed to something larger than yourself? Find out Lynne’s newest book, Living a Committed Life, demonstrates the power of dedication that goes beyond the self and teaches how to live a committed life that enables you to draw on resources and capacities from your most authentic self. In five parts, Lynne Twist shows how to make and keep commitments, engage in individual and collective action, and discover ways to connect and collaborate to make a difference.