Healing Happens Within
Razi Berry

Razi Berry
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Making the Maven Episode 130: Where does healing really come from?

 

Razi Berry is the Co-Founder of Naturopathic Doctor News & Review (NDNR) and Founder of NaturalPath. At 25 years old, Razi was sick and going from doctor to doctor trying to find out why. No one could help and it got so bad that she decided it was time to fire all of them and start fresh… and that’s how she found homeopathy. Razi Berry started NDNR 14 years ago when she was fed up that there wasn’t an official journal showing case studies of how, and why, homeopathy works. On today’s show, Razi discusses the difference between a community and a movement, where she sees the wellness industry going, and why healing happens within yourself.

Key Insights & Aha Moments

 

*Thank you, Jessica, for your awesome review!

*Razi Berry starts her morning every day by hugging a tree in her yard.

*Razi used to look at her phone every morning instead and it really set a bad tone for her.

*Tree hugging isn’t some ‘woowoo’ thing. There’s actually real science behind this.

*Was Razi always like this as a child? How did she get started as a homeopath?

*Where does healing really come from? It doesn’t come from the doctor.

*Healing happens within.

*Why did Razi decide to start NDNR?

*With so much information out there, people are very distrustful (and with good reason). It’s more critical than ever to understand what motivates someone into taking action.

*Razi is not just creating a community, she’s creating a movement. What’s the difference between creating a community vs. creating a movement?

*What’s Razi’s movement about?

*Razi discusses some of her fears about Western medicine overtaking traditional/natural medicine.

*Razi has a gift for you!! Stay until the end to hear what that is.

 

Step Into Your Authentic Self
JP Sears

JP Sears
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Making the Maven Episode 128: Do not let fear paralyze you! Do not stop the work you are meant to do!

 

JP Sears is a popular YouTuber, emotional healing coach, and student of life. JP’s YouTube videos have often gone viral, reaching over millions of views. On this episode, JP Sears discusses fear, authenticity, and why you should take your own medicine when it comes to helping others. Help yourself, heal yourself, and if something doesn’t feel right, go towards the path that does.

Key Insights & Aha Moments

 

*If you like this show, please leave a review!

*JP explains his ‘inner mother’ about the monkeys in Costa Rica.

*JP is very authentic and in touch with himself. How did it all start for him?

*When JP had been attending college for all of 3 months, he dropped out.

*Don’t stay blind to the help that you, too, might need as you try to help others.

*The real learning begins after you think you’re done learning.

*If we stop becomes of our fears, we also stop the work. You have to keep going through the fear.

*How has JP’s relationship with fear changed over the years?

*When was the last time JP said no?

*Why did JP decide to start the YouTube channel?

*When you honor your authenticity, you win every time!

*What’s JP’s next 60ft cliff that he needs to jump off of?

*JP asks me what my 60ft cliff is!

Become a Super Connector and Help More People
Scott Gerber

Scott Gerber
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Making the Maven Episode 127: Real relationships take real time and you can’t cheat real time.

 

Scott Gerber is the CEO of The Community Company, an organization that builds and manages community-driven programs for media companies and global brands. Scott Gerber is also the co-author of Super Connector, which is what today’s show is all about! How can you be a super connector if you’re an introvert? What’s the difference between a connector vs. a networker? All these questions answered and more on today’s episode!

Key Insights & Aha Moments

 

*You will want to have a pen and paper for this episode!

*By the way! Thank you for leaving me reviews on iTunes. It really helps out the show.

*What’s Scott’s background and why did he get into networking?

*You don’t necessarily see an immediate return when you’re talking about building and creating long lasting relationships.

*Our society is so, so focused on the ‘now’ and how ‘instant’ things are. Relationships just don’t work that way.

*You can’t cheat in real time.

*Introverts actually end up being way better connectors.

*Leverage your strengths. If one-on-one conversations work for you, do that.

*Do a simple audit of yourself. Scott explains how.

*What’s the difference between a connector vs. a networker?

*How do you ‘convert’ a good relationship into a business relationship?

*If you have a bad gut feeling about someone, then it’s best that you trust it.

Meet Your Clients Where They’re At, and Then Heal Them
Dr. Deanna Minich

Dr. Deanna Minich
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Making the Maven Episode 120: You can’t force your clients out of their routine overnight.

 

Dr. Deanna Minich is an internationally-recognized teacher, author, scientist, speaker, and artist. She has more than 20 years of diverse, well-rounded experience in the fields of nutrition and functional medicine, including clinical practice, research, product formulation, writing, and education. On today’s show, Deanna shares how she helps her patients change bad health habits into good ones, how medicine and healing are an art, and so much more!

Key Insights & Aha Moments

 

*Are you struggling with your online marketing? Struggling to get clients? I have a webinar coming up for you!

*Deanna’s mother was a health nut and Deanna would rebel against that, which ended up causing some emotional eating issues for her while growing up.

*Deanna had to discover herself and through that, she found out what being healthy really meant.

*Shoutout to Dr. Jeffrey Bland for being Deanna’s awesome mentor.

*For health practitioners, how important of a role is science for them?

*There is an art to medicine and there’s an art to healing. It should really be called the healing arts. It’s not a ‘private practice.’ People aren’t ‘practice’!

*It’s important to have a 3-pronged approach. To be centered in the heart, grounded in the gut, and strong in the mind.

*Where are health practitioners weakest in this 3-pronged approach?

*When Deanna thinks of leaky gut, she thinks about leaky boundaries. Everything is connected.

*Whenever we have a personal crisis, we don’t want ourselves to suffer, but we also don’t want anybody else to experience what we’ve gone through, either.

*Why do people make such bad choices when it comes to food? Deanna still doesn’t completely understand why.

*Deanna is helping her clients bridge the gap between what’s the most important thing in their life to their health.

*At the end of the day, we have to meet with people where they’re at. You can’t force them out of their routine overnight.

*Get your clients to focus on one and only one thing at a time. If they try to change too much at once, they’ll lose focus.

*Deanna has a 16-week course on how to align foods with supplements available right now!

The Way You Serve Makes People Show Up
Elizabeth Rider

Elizabeth Rider
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Making the Maven Episode 116: The only person who is responsible for you is you. Start showing up and start serving.

 

Elizabeth Rider is a health coach, TV host, and wellness expert. She offers healthy recipes and straightforward nutrition advice that draws millions of inspired readers to her blog. Elizabeth is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post and her recipes have been featured on MindBodyGreen, Buzzfeed, and more. On the show, Elizabeth offers sage advice on how to keep your business and your dreams working for you, not against you.

Key Insights & Aha Moments

 

*For this episode, you definitely want to grab your pen and paper.

*Getting clarity in your vision and your purpose is the foundation of your business. Don’t skip this step! I’ve got a freebie that can help you get this step right from the start.

*How did Elizabeth get started as a health coach?

*Ultimately, it is not anybody’s job to believe in you, it’s only your job to believe in yourself.

*Why are people so afraid of getting started on their dreams? It’s because they’re afraid of what people will think of them.

*Remember, certainty is an illusion. So, it’s important to start feeling comfortable with uncertainty.

*We’re on this planet to shine, yet we create so much suffering for ourselves. Why?

*What’s your motivation for creating your business? If you do it just for the followers then it’s destined to fail.

*What are you struggling with right now?

*What happens if you want to help ‘everybody’? How do you handle niching down?

*Even if you have an online model for your business, you still need to do grassroots marketing. Shaking hands and looking people in the eye goes way further than a sales page ever will.

*How long did it take Elizabeth to build her business where it was no longer a struggle?

*If you feel like you’re struggling, you have to invest more in your education to help you get out of that trap.

*Elizabeth offers some actions steps on what you need to do TODAY to get a good start on your business.

*When it comes to confidence, the biggest thing you need to do is get to know yourself.

*When you’re starting out, just get your content out there. Don’t worry about the design of your website just yet.

*What’s next for Elizabeth?