Interviews

December 3, 2015
Fonda Clayton

How To Access Your True Personal Power with Fonda Clayton

In Episode #2 Heather Poduska interviews Fonda Clayton Smith is a best selling author of Stop Giving Your Power Away and creator of The Juicy Life©. As a Visionary Partner, Fonda believes personal freedom and vision are essential to creating a life and legacy that lights you up. She has helped thousands of her clients have breakthroughs around unprocessed emotions and to tell the truth about themselves and their life visions. She teaches women how to be in their bodies authentically and possess their true personal power. Often women feel they have to compromise and she believes you can have both: a fulfilling personal and professional life. “When we tell our truth, we are powerfilled and unstoppable.” She helps women tell the truth about what they desire for their lives so that they can make a big difference, increase their income or purpose and help change the world. Her mission is to assist women live with confidence and ease. This usually means unlearning things that society has dictated what it means to be a woman.      
November 15, 2015
Michelle Vandapas

Changing The Consciousness Of The Planet Through Business, Profit and Purpose with Michelle Vandapas

In Episode #1 Heather Poduska interviews Michelle Vandapas about changing the consciousness of the planet through business, profit and purpose. Michelle Vandepas, bestselling author and TEDx speaker, works with those called to change the consciousness of the planet. She teaches others to use marketing within their core strengths, realizing their own big dreams and fulfilling their purpose and mission through entrepreneurship. A successful business consultant, she has started three multimillion-dollar companies and her in her purpose and profit podcast talks with others making a difference. Next year she will appear in a documentary film, “Wisdom from Thought Leaders,” alongside Sting and the Dalai Lama. A doctor of divinity, she brings a spiritual bent to her work. Michelle studies tai chi for meditation in motion. She’s been married 34 years (!), is a mom to one daughter, grandmother to six, and has been a foster mom to ten.      
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