Her Soulful Series Video Chats are aptly named as she draws out the insights, inspiration, and positive takeaways for readers.”
Thank you for filling that gap, and for building this platform for our voices.”
It was one of my favorite interviews as an author.
Popular speaker and success coach, Antonio Neves, talks about his book, Stop Living Your Life on Autopilot, a raw and inspiring how-to guide that will help you recommit to your life, find your drive, and take action to stay bold, honest, and accountable for lasting happiness.
Take stock of your life: Based on your last 30 days of work (or marriage, or parenting), would your company rehire you? Would your partner immediately recommit to you? Would your children want you to continue to be their parent? The easy answer is, “Absolutely!” But it’s probably not the honest answer.
Your life might read like a success story, and your parents and friends might even think you have it all figured out, but you have a secret: You’ve stopped caring about much of anything. You feel out of place in your own life. You’d rather binge-watch Netflix than think about what’s next. You’re living on autopilot. You have two choices: Experience a slow self-destruction, or commit to a course correction. The good news is, it’s never too late to find your drive again.
Popular speaker and success coach Antonio Neves is here to offer hard-won lessons and remind you that you do have a say—that you can reboot your life and find fulfillment right where you are. You don’t have to quit your job or move to Bali to follow your passion. You do, however, need to shift your perspective and commit to living courageously, replacing passivity with boldness.
Stop Living on Autopilot will guide you to confront hard truths about where you are and how you got there, inviting compassion, honesty, and accountability. There’s no better time than now to reevaluate your life and lay a stronger foundation for your next 30 days. Step by step, you can become an active player in your own life and rediscover what makes you great.
If you’re looking to embody your inner goddess, then you don’t want to miss this interview with the amazing Acharya Shunya, author of Roar Like a Goddess.
The first female head of her 2,000-year-old Indian spiritual lineage, Shunya reinterprets and recontextualizes ancient teachings for modern times, empowering people everywhere to lead fearless, fulfilled and enlightened lives.
A revolutionary revisioning of ancient India’s primary goddess archetypes, Roar Like a Goddess is a rallying cry for women everywhere to awaken their true nature. Throughout the book, Shunya honors her progressive Vedic/Hindu roots while breaking the shackles of tradition to bring modern-day women an inclusive, feminist spirituality. Sharing classic myths, original insights, and empowering practices, Shunya offers a profound process for awakening the many faces of goddess within.
Part 1 features the Goddess Durga—A role model who vanquishes internalized oppression, Durga teaches you how to take back your full feminine power.
Part 2 introduces the Goddess Lakshmi—Known for her beauty and generous spirit, Lakshmi guides you to cultivate unshakable inner contentment and soul-aligned abundance.
Part 3 celebrates the Goddess Saraswati—The ultimate teacher of our deepest journey to Self, Saraswati illuminates the gifts of wisdom, peace, and inner freedom.
E.K. Richards chats with me about her book Decode Your Darkness.
It is the inevitable human experience that we will encounter pain and trauma throughout our lives, but that doesn’t mean we must suffer an existence devoid of passion, joy, and healing. You deserve to feel genuinely alive, even when life seems overwhelming and hopeless.After spending more than half her life slumped under the heavy weight of depression, and anxiety—numbing herself just to get through each day— E.K. Richards knew something was terribly wrong, but just couldn’t put her finger on it. In her quest for understanding, she uncovered extensive childhood trauma and emotional wounds. Through therapy, self-exploration, and a huge heap of brutal honesty, she discovered how to connect with what she refers to as her “darkness” and finally began to truly experience life. With powerful and gentle perception, the author guides you through your own personal deep dive in the search for true and lasting emotional freedom. Discover how to:
• Live inside a moment instead of living through it.
• Use creativity to process and heal from trauma.
• Recognize, embrace, and explore the dark sides of your soul.
E.K. Richards is a creative junkie, dog lover, and connoisseur of emotions. She has a background in psychology, experience in crisis counseling, and an intricate understanding of emotions and trauma processing. One of her favorite passions is helping others find their own purpose and light.
E.K. Richards resides in Utah with her blended family and fur babies.
Abigail James is a well-known celebrity facialist, yoga teacher and YouTuber. Her book, The Glow Plan, is a practical skincare handbook that offers a holistic toolkit for inner wellbeing and outer radiance.
Abigail James wants you to use The Glow Plan to feel beautiful, inside and out. Beauty is not about perfection, but about feeling happy in your skin and the inner glow that comes from cultivating self-care. This book shows you how, presenting a 4-week programme to uncover your inner and outer radiance. Week by week, it offers simple but incredibly effective facial massage exercises as well as wellbeing tips that will ensure your inner calm shines through your skin.
You will learn how to:
–Optimize mental health through restorative mindfulness and self-care practices
–Improve your skin through movement using yoga and breathing techniques
–Get your skin glowing by following the 4-week facial massage programme which also targets specific problem areas such as neck and jawline, droopy eyelids, tired and lacklustre skin
Integrating practical facial massage with inspirational lifestyle tips, including nutrition advice and yoga techniques, The Glow Plan is a revolutionary programme for achieving healthier, firmer and radiant skin.
In this chat, Zibby talks about her memoir and candidly shares some of her memorable experiences and how they’ve influenced her writing journey, how books have played a prominent role in her life, and her thoughts on what makes great writing.
Zibby Owens is an author, podcaster, publisher, CEO, and mother of four. Zibby founded Zibby Owens Media, a privately-held media company designed to help busy people live their best lives by connecting to books and each other. One division is Moms Don’t Have Time To, the home for Zibby’s podcasts, publications (including two anthologies), and communities. The other is Zibby Books, a publishing home for fiction and memoir which she co-founded with Leigh Newman. Her award-winning podcast, Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books, has been downloaded millions of times. She is a regular columnist for Good Morning America, Katie Couric Media, and Moms Don’t Have Time to Write on Medium. Her upcoming memoir, Bookends: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Literature, comes out July 1, 2022 (Little A). Her first children’s book Princess Charming (Flamingo/Penguin Random House) debuted April 19, 2022, and will be followed by a second. She lives in New York with her husband and four children. For more information, visit zibbyowens.com and follow her on Instagram @zibbyowens.
Gabi’s strength is inspirational! She made some bold choices for her career and her family as a single mom. Later she marries the love of her life and in our chat she gives us great marriage advice.
Gabi Coatsworth was born in Britain, but has spent most of her life trying to figure out how America works by living here. So, if you find a British flavor in her books, don’t be surprised. She’s an award-winning writer, who’s had short stories and essays published in journals and anthologies, and her memoir, Love’s Journey Home, was published in May 2022 by Atmosphere Press.
She is active in the Connecticut writing community and runs several groups for writers, including a monthly open mic Meetup, a monthly Writers Rendezvous, and a weekly write-in.
If she’s not writing or traveling, she’ll be in her flower garden, wondering whether to weed, or relaxing with a book.