Conversations About Leading In Truth



"Conversations about Leading in Truth" showcases embodied leaders who are the real deal to share their truth with you. I am asking them to get raw and real about their struggles, their successes and what is required for us to make a global shift right now together.My intention is for you to leave inspired to keep on your path of self-realization and personal growth. For you to hear other people be authentic and vulnerable so you know that you are not alone.


  • Episode 4: Taking Off The Mask ... Vulnerability Is Your Greatest Strength

    09/10/2013 Duración: 47min

    My three favorite women leaders have a discussion with me about our favorite topic: VULNERABILITY I learned how important vulnerability was to having my deepest desire from these ladies. That desire is to be connected. We want to be seen, heard and valued, but we are scared to actually allow others to see the deeper aspects of ourselves. When we let go of the fear and open up, the connection we crave is actually available to us. In this episode: * We explain the difference between authenticity and vulnerability * The importance of vulnerability in your relationships * We actually walk the walk and each share something most vulnerable for us in the moment! Meet our guests: Johanna Lyman is the Producer/Director of Opening Pandora’s Box: Stories of Truth and Hope. This is a revolutionary theatre performance that shines the light of truth on our stories of shame in order to help both the performers and the audience find the gifts and the hope at the bottom of their stories. When she’s not producing a perform

  • Episode 3: Discovering Your True Feminine Essence with Shakti Malan

    08/10/2013 Duración: 25min

    Vulnerability has an edge. And I'm committed to blowing right through it. Day after day I'm stretching myself to speak my truth like never before. Here's my edge: I really want to talk about sex. Shame around sexuality. Pleasure in sexuality. My own journey in coming to embrace my sexuality. The connection between sexuality and spirituality. It's scary to talk about this type of intimacy in public. We've been conditioned to keep quiet. And yet I feel that our sexuality is access to our essence, the truth of who we are. Last night I sobbed uncontrollably after a "pleasure session". It came from deep within. No thoughts or images came with it. Just feeling. It ripped through me. I simply let go and rode wave after wave. It felt like the biggest release of my life. Perhaps from years of suppressing myself. Perhaps lifetimes of repression. There is no coincidence this came up and out yesterday. Whatever this is stored deep inside of me is directly connected to what's in my way from fully expressing my

  • Setting Your Foundation To Lead In Truth

    25/09/2013 Duración: 01h04min

    This conversation felt sooooo good with Ellen Smoak! Smoking HOT! What you'll get from this episode: * How to turn a break up into an opportunity for self-discovery * Ellen and Tanya's self-care and self-love rituals for powerful, busy women * How to identify if you are experiencing the 5 stages of grief for the loss of your own identity * How to get to a place of acceptance and allowance when you are feeling like everything has fallen apart About Ellen Smoak: Ellen is an Internationally Acclaimed author, speaker, and celebrity interviewer who’s work has been featured on ABC, NBC, Yahoo, and FOX. A South Carolina native gone California in her early twenties, Ellen combines her East Coast sensibility with her West Coast spirit to teach, inspire, and guide people towards long-lasting change in their love lives. Her book, Breakups Are A Bitch, But Getting Over Him Doesn’t Have To Be! rapidly became the go-to guide for people all around the world suffering through the pain of a breakup or divorce, and she now