Healing Happens Within
Razi Berry

Razi Berry

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.

 

Do What Feels Right — Don’t Suppress Your Inner Self
Amanda Gates

Amanda Gates

Making the Maven Episode 129: Stop trying to fit in and start BEING your authentic self.

 

Amanda Gates always felt like a weird kid when she was growing up. Her mother was a full-on hippy who made her own clothes, soaps, etc. All Amanda wanted to be when she was growing up was ‘normal.’ However, when she built her first dream home, she was unhappy. Nothing felt right in her house, and that’s how she found herself getting into Feng Shui and slowly becoming a closeted (and then out in the open!) hippy. Find out more about Amanda’s journey on this week’s show!

Key Insights & Aha Moments

 

*How did Amanda become a woo-woo hippy?

*What was Amanda doing before she became an interior designer/Feng Shui hippy?

*Amanda explains what it was like wearing her mother’s home-made clothes.

*Amanda realizes that her husband, David, is an absolute saint for putting up with all her ‘hippy sh*t’!

*Amanda was such a closeted hippy for so long that when she was finally free to express herself, it was time to focus on her legacy and how she can serve others to the best of her ability.

*As women, we tend to push down our gut reactions. We want to ‘fit in.’

*When you start getting haters, that’s when you know you’re doing something right. You are living your authentic self unapologetically.

*What is Feng Shui?

*Amanda has been doing this for 20 years; she can see everything from financial issues to affairs just by looking at your floor plans. You bring your energy with you no matter how many times you move.

*On Amanda’s podcast and website, she shows you how you can read your own floor plan.

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

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.

You’re Not Crazy, You’re Passionate
Keith Norris

Keith Norris

Making the Maven Episode 126: There are no easy decisions in entrepreneurship with Keith Norris.

 

Keith Norris is the Founder and Owner of the Paleo F(x), a conference that not only focuses on the Paleo diet, but also on your physical health as well. The conference has been running consecutively for 8 years and it has grown substantially since its first event. On the show, Keith discusses the importance of setting a vision and being okay with the fact that it will change, and how he and his wife were able to prevail through hardship and achieve their dreams when it was so easy to make the excuse not to.

Key Insights & Aha Moments

 

*Check out Keith’s event, Paleo F(x), which will be going down April 27-29th!

*How did Keith get started in this space?

*Keith and his wife both left corporate around the same time and they set clear intentions for what they wanted their life to look like in the future.

*There were so many things happening around Keith and his wife’s life where they could have easily made an excuse not to pursue their passion but they stuck with it and kept pushing forward.

*How did Keith find the strength to keep going on when his daughter passed away?

*Keith knew he wasn’t crazy. He was passionate.

*You can’t surf on a flat sea.

*It’s important to have vision but keep in mind that your vision is going to change over time, too.

*There are no easy decisions in entrepreneurship.

*How much of a role does gratitude play in Keith’s life?

*Did Keith experience any bumps along the way when he launched Paleo F(x)?

*What kind of topics does the Paleo F(x) conference cover?