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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Vanessa Ferlaino, author and activist, shares what it means to be human, the importance of self-compassion and self-love, creating change, and a call to humanity.
Vanessa Ferlaino is an author, artist, and activist changing the world one day at a time. She believes that only when we hear ourselves, can we make a difference in our lives and the world around us. At the age of 27, she has many accolades. She spent 10 years in medtech and tech as an award-winning corporate innovator, investor, executive, and advisor. The headlining speaker for Google x Women Techmakers April 2022 and Authority Magazine’s “Social Impact Author” creates impact by challenging what it means to be human. Her book debut, “Human”, a read that will inspire you to be your truest self, is available on Amazon and select Chapters Indigo locations. Follow her on Instagram @vanessaferlaino or subscribe to her email list at vanessaferlaino.com so you don’t miss the release of her music or the launch of her next big philanthropic project – both coming in summer 2022!
Julia Kristina is the author of Drive Your Own Darn Bus, a therapist, a master mind-management coach, a researcher, a speaker, and the creator of the Breakthrough Coaching Program.
In this fantastic chat, Julia shares guidance on how to handle life’s challenges. This chat is eye opening and life-changing! Manage the thoughts that are holding you back, gain perspective, and be the director of your own life in order to live more fully and freely. Julia focuses on how to make being human a little easier and a little better.
Pamela joins me to talk about her book Threads of Yoga and ways to deepen one’s mindfulness.
Pamela Seelig is a yoga teacher based in New Jersey. She began her yoga and meditation journey in 1991 when an illness interrupted her Wall Street career. Along with helping recovery, the impact of her meditation led to a lifelong pursuit of perceiving and sharing yogic wisdom through practice, teaching, and writing. She completed her teacher training in 2006 at Integral Yoga Institute in New York. Pamela considers Swami Satchidananda, the founder of Integral, as her primary teacher (root guru), but she has trained with many of the top yoga luminaries in the world today. Pamela is a fervent student of yoga and continues to deepen and expand her yogic knowledge and understanding. Along with Hatha yoga, Pamela also studies Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras and is a certified Raja Yoga instructor. While grateful for so many brilliant teachers along the way, she regards the practice itself as the greatest teacher. She lives in New Jersey where she practices yoga, teaches yoga workshops, writes, and empty-nests with her husband, Bob, and dog, Bodhi.
Erica Terblanche, the author of Run for the Love of Life, has won some of the world’s most iconic multi-day endurance runs including Racing the Planet’s 7-day race in the Sahara Desert. She is the founder of Teach a Girl to Fish, Thrive Guru, and Thrive Run Club. Erica has 20 years of business strategy experience and holds degrees in Engineering and Psychology and Master’s degrees in business and positive psychology.
In this chat, Erica shares how running changed her life and gives great advice for anyone who wants to feel alive, inspired, and filled with renewed enthusiasm.
Signe Myers Hovem
Signe Myers Hovem, the spiritual counsellor, talks about her book The Space In Between: An Empath’s Field Guide and shares what it means to live as an empath.
Signe Myers Hovem has created homes on five continents over twenty years, raised four uniquely sensitive children, pursued a special education lawsuit appealed to the US Supreme Court, volunteered in a hospice in Texas and an orphanage in Azerbaijan, worked as a spiritual counsellor in Houston Texas, and taught workshops and training in the art of being an empath and the power of language in many countries around the world. She splits her time between Boulder, Colorado, and Oslo, Norway.