Born in the Bronx New York Booker graduated from Delaware State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Fashion Merchandising. After working as a freelance clothing designer for several urbanwear companies Booker created his own collection of women’s streetwear. Parental obligations became a prority and to provide stability for his son and daughter he sacrificed his dreams of designing to become a juvenile counselor for the New York City Department of Juvenile Justice. His new book details the journey of transformation in himself as he struggled with a system that is broken, an administration that prevented rehabilitation of the… [read more]
This is a total experiment and a passion project. It’s called “America Stories” and is inspired by the Langston Hughes poem “Let America Be America” and the 2016 Presidential campaign theme of Donald Trump, “Make America Great Again.” These stories will be done one per month as long as people are enjoying them. So please leave your comments on the show notes page at http://wholebeinginc.com/wbz132 or wherever you found this! Alba’s experience as a Mexican immigrant is unlike the stories most told of “illegal immigrants” and yet it shares many of the same fears. Listen and draw your own conclusion about… [read more]
Kristen Kalp is a poet, author, podcaster, and inspiration extraordinaire. She joins me to kick off this new season on bravery. You can find more about Kristen here. Download the show here. Listen: Please share this with a friend, leave a rating or review on itunes, and join me on instagram or facebook.
It’s a short and sweet episode! How do you embody health? It starts with a simple question. Need some help getting the answer? Let’s chat. Or you can learn more about how I work 1:1 with people here. Download here. Listen
This episode is sponsored by Heart of Money. Learn more here. Class starts January 16. Addiction. In 2014, 21.5 million people struggled with addiction. I suspect more than that then and even more now. Our guest today is Jeff Finlin. He has battled addiction, winning and losing multiple times. He has written a book on what he considers the missing link in the battle- a powerful tool to overcome addiction. Yoga. Jeff’s book is 365 Days of Recovery Yoga. You can find out more about Jeff here. Please share this episode with someone who needs to… [read more]
Upper Limits. They’re like The Universe saying, “Oh yeah? You want that goal? Okay, how about now?” while handing you a big ol’ challenge. But sometimes they can be sneaky and happen when you least expect them! What are upper limits and how to move through them today. Download here Listen here: If you need some help with your upper limit, let’s chat! Don’t forget, subscribe or rate/review here and be sure to share this with a friend!
Got big goals, visions, plans for 2017? Ready to break old patterns and really shine? Elisha Halpin joins us to talk about how patterns are more than they seem and how to break free. We talk about: Most challenging personal patterns to break and why. Advice to help them break patterns. Clearing patterns stuck in the body. Upper limits. Societal pattern stuckness. You can find out more about Elisha and her programs here: www.elishahalpin.com Sponsor: Desire Map for 2017. Journals, planners, and programs to help you set new patterns and Goals with Soul! When you purchase, it supports the show!… [read more]
Manifestation has become all the rage. We’re told, just visualize it and you’ll get it, think and grow rich, you have the power. But what happens when what you want, you don’t get? You feel awful. Agnes Kowalski joins me to discuss why manifesting DOESN’T work and what the secret is to making it work. We also talk about anger, money, and victim thinking. This is a fun episode I suspect you’ll want to share with several people! Agnes Kowalski is a psychotherapist versed in the cutting edge knowledge of the most effective mindset shifting techniques. She has successfully guided… [read more]
Steve Mattus joins us to discuss money and our relationship to money. Steve has spent the past 15 years helping hundreds of business owners find a balanced way to develop their business, grow their revenue, and expand their contribution, all the while staying authentic to who they are and keeping balance with the important priorities of life which occur outside the business. He is a coach, the Community Manager and Director of Education for Heart of Business. The link for the Heart of Money class we discussed is here. I’d recommend doing the tool Steve offers when you can be… [read more]
This is a short and sweet episode on our current state of affairs, bigotry, tolerance, and the sweet spot of change. I’d love to hear what you think. Download here Be sure to share it with a friend and leave a rating/review here (both are REALLY important to keep this show going!)