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Just Stay Curious with Gillian St.Clair

Listen in as Gillian St.Clair talks to women from all over the world. They'll be discussing many aspects of their lives- the good, the bad, and everything in between. As these women talk about their hardships, moments of clarity, and lessons learned, they'll also be delving into a seriously important topic: self-love. Hear self-love defined from women in all walks of life, get tips to include in your own self-care routine, listen to inspirational quotes, and add a few books to your must-read list. These interviews are raw and inspirational. When women are brave enough to listen to other's stories, they start to gain the courage to share their own.
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Mar 31, 2017

Kamila Gornia lived a life of glitz and glamour as a photographer for parties of the rich and famous. She long had a premonition where she believed she wouldn’t live past the age of 21. On her 21st birthday, she was involved in a car accident with a drunk driver. This led to a complete re-evaluation of what she was supposed to be doing with her life.

Q & A

Why do you think self love is important?

Self love is important to me because it allows me to operate at my higher capacity so I can do the work that needs to be doing.

What was the number one thing that was holding you back from accepting self love?

Feeling like in order to accept myself I needed acceptance from others.

Who is one person who has changed your life for the better?

My mom.

What is the best advice you have ever received?

“Focus on one thing at a time and don’t give up immediately if something doesn’t work. Persistence is going to pay off.”

What is a self care habit that you practice regularly?

Journaling.

Can you share a resource, an app or a tool that we can use to build our selfcare practice.

I use an app from Amazon Prime to stream self guided meditation.

Do you have a favorite quote?

“Whether you think you can or you think you can't you're right.” Henry Ford.

What book are you reading right now?

Tools of Titans, Tim Ferriss.

What is the one thing that you are most passionate about?

The thing that I am most passionate about is helping other people get their own what's sitting inside of them into the world.

Guest Bio

Kamila Gornia is the "Blow Up, Scale Up" Marketing Strategist who helps entrepreneurs blow up and scale up their businesses to become true leaders online. By teaching her clients and community how to leverage their own natural personalities into strategic marketing campaigns that are both profitable AND fun, Kamila is proving over and over again that if you can dream it, you CAN really achieve it!

 

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Mar 29, 2017

Ezzie’s personal career began as a lawyer. While she enjoyed the busy practice, she was out of touch with her body and her self. Searching for a deeper purpose and meaning, Ezzie began exploring other options. As she journaled, she would look up at the moon. This led to a natural curiosity on how the moon influences people. She began counseling others. This began as a side business. She was delighted to meet others and discover the possibility of coaching others full time.

Q & A

Why do you feel self love is important?

This is the best route to be able to be in the world, and to be yourself, and to have that healthy self respect. And to really be able to make smart choices in your life about who you spend your time with.

What was the number one thing that was holding you back from accepting self love?

I think a lack of awareness. I don’t think I necessarily had the emotional tools.

Who is one person who has changed your life for the better?

Kevin Farro, one of my coaches.

What is the best advice you have ever received?

Question everything.

What is a self care habit that you practice regularly?

I meditate every day.

Can you share a resource, an app or a tool that we can use to build our selfcare practice.

“I feel like such a luddite! I feel the best resource is meditation, and for that you can just use your breath.”

Do you have a favorite quote?

“The body is the mind in 3D.” Buddha.

What book are you reading right now?

Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.

What is the one thing that you are most passionate about?

I love helping women to really see the potential for their lives, and then take the practical steps towards realizing them.

Guest Bio

Ezzie Spencer is an author, speaker and coach. Her book is published in 2017 and entitled An Abundant Life: Flourishing with the Cycles of the Moon. Her practice, Lunar Abundance, marries intellect with intuition and has reaped results for many women, through one-to-one coaching sessions and through the support of a flourishing online community at www.lunarabundance.com and @lunarabundance on Instagram.

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Mar 27, 2017

Rose Jewell grew up in New Mexico. Not wanted by her parents, Rose spent several years being raised by her grandmother. When her grandmother had a stroke, Rose and her grandmother returned to her parents’ home, where they lived in a shed out behind the house. Then, Rose began caring for her younger siblings. Over the years, Rose has taken in literally hundreds of foster children, following her calling. A special bonus: Rose Jewell is host Gillian Rodriguez’ grandmother.

Q & A

Why do you think self love is important?

You have to love yourself before you can love others. I really believe that. I really do.

What was the number one thing that was holding you back from accepting self love?

My parents. I will always say that, Gillian. It was my parents. I felt like a nonentity in that particular part of my life.

Who is one person who has changed your life for the better?

My grandma, because she didn't give up. She would make do with whatever was there and be grateful for it.

What is the best advice you have ever received?

To be proud of myself and don't ever let anybody pull me down.

What is a self care habit that you practice regularly?

I get up in the morning and get myself ready for the day.

Can you share a resource, an app or a tool that we can use to build our selfcare practice.

Don't listen to all the negative voices around you. Know yourself, even if you have to get a book on positive thinking that can help you through that. You are special. You are here on this earth for a reason. God doesn't make mistakes.

Do you have a favorite quote?

“To Thyself Be True.”

What book are you reading right now?

100 Things to Always Remember and One Thing to Never Forget, by Douglas Pagels.

Mar 24, 2017

Alexis Donkin was raised the child of two ordained ministers. She got her Master’s Degree in 2008, and set off on two moves with her husband. At 37 weeks of pregnancy, Alexis’ husband lost his job. This and the birth of her son culminated in a serious clinical depressing. Always a doer, Alexis set out on a journey to break free of her depression and rise above. During this process, she was able to rediscover herself.

Q & A

What was the number one thing that was holding you back from accepting self love?

I was telling myself an unworthiness story.

Who is one person who has changed your life for the better?

My husband. Because he's been so incredibly supportive, no matter how wild or how deep the rabbit hole goes.

What is the best advice you have ever received?

Consider “What would make life more wonderful now? How can we make life more wonderful now?” I think just thinking about that and letting that question sit with you, you start, as you mentioned earlier, your brain starts answering it.

What is a self care habit that you practice regularly?

I meditate. I meditate every day. Sometimes I meditate for just a few moments and other times I will sit and meditate for half an hour to an hour.

Can you share a resource, an app or a tool that we can use to build our selfcare practice.

For creatives, there is a book called, “Life without Envy.” I also like meditating to chimes and bowls.

Do you have a favorite quote?

“There are more things in heaven and earth than found in your philosophy.”

What book are you reading right now?

I have a stack of books that are sitting on my dresser right now. I very rarely read books, but I do love this poetry magazine “Rattle.”

What is the one thing that you are most passionate about?

Spreading unconditional love. It's very important to me for other people to feel to feel and experience.

Guest Bio

Alexis Donkin is a life coach & intuitive helping creatives build lives of unconditional love through coaching, readings, classes, books, and talks. Alexis is the creator of The Compassion Letter weekly newsletter, and the online course, The Heart Unboxed: How to Love the Unloveable, as well as host of the Intentional Writer Interview Series.

 

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Mar 22, 2017

Lara Ledsham was the very first guest on Just Stay Curious. She returns to discuss how her 2016 has been. Launching her coaching practice while remaining full time employed, Lara overextended herself, and became sicker and sicker. Her doctor encouraged her to take some time off. Lara, predictably, refused, explaining how work “needed” her. Her doctor responded by informing her that continuing down her current path would only lead to her becoming a professional patient. She is now taking some time off to recover. Lara is working to incorporate self love and self care by making changes to her life. Lara is also making this a project a group effort. She is taking suggestions for self love and self care, sharing publicly her process, and acknowledging successes and failures.

Lara is also planning on returning to coaching, on her own terms. She feels in the last year she was given too much advice from others, and forgot to listen to her own voice. She intends to start again, in alignment with her own values and beliefs.

Q & A

What is the best advice you have ever received?

I should make sure that I can incorporate self-care part of what I'm doing in my daily life in business. By Gillian Rodriguez.

Do you have a favorite quote?

"No matter who says it to you, it has to resonate in your heart.”

What book are you reading right now?

The Year of Living Danishly: Uncovering the Secrets of the World’s Happiest Country, Helen Russell.

What is the one thing that you are most passionate about?

Right now, I am most passionate about getting well. My overall thing I'm passionate about is kindness to all things on the earth.

Guest Bio

Lara helps women who are lost and unhappy discover what they need to do to fall back in love with their life and empowers them to do it.

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Mar 20, 2017

Katie started in her early 20’s, working in digital marketing and pursuing a master’s degree. She became physically sick, she says, because she was ignoring her true calling. She began to heal her relationship with sisterhoods. She developed some online friendships, reaching out to others as a vulnerable being. This led to building trust, which led to more vulnerability. Katie worked to develop fun rituals, such as bathing with white rose petals on “Moon Monday.” Along the way, she was led to her own priestess awakening.

Q & A

Why is self love so important?

Self-love, for me, is absolutely the foundation to my work so it has to be in place. If that foundation - if there's a crack in that foundation, nothing else is functioning on top of it.

What was the number one thing that was holding you back from accepting self love?
Unnecessary programming from childhood and from some aspects of our society that are not built to support empowering women.

Who is one person who has changed your life for the better?

My Partner, Ben.

What is the best advice you have ever received?

Feel your feelings.

What is a self care habit that you practice regularly?

Nourishing morning drinks.

Can you share a resource, an app or a tool that we can use to build our selfcare practice.

The timer on my phone. It helps me create a container of time, so I can give myself X amount of minutes to fully give myself permission to do something. 

Do you have a favorite quote?

“I am the creatrix of my every precious moment.”

What book are you reading right now?

The Sophia Code, by Kaia Ra and Creating Money, by Sanaya Roman.

What is the one thing that you are most passionate about?

That sense of remembering. When I see that activate in others, especially women.

Guest Bio

Katie is a spiritual revolutionary, writer, and priestess. She helps those awakening ignite the power within to clarify their service and activism in the world. Her sacred contract with the divine is to encourage and empower men and women to create new paradigms of thinking, feeling, and serving.

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Mar 17, 2017

After a car accident, Michelle developed fibromyalgia. Michelle found traditional medicine, including pain meds, weren’t working for her. Michelle and her doctor put her in therapy, both to learn how to change her Type A personality, but also to learn about self care. This led to pain management mostly through yoga, working out, and eating well. As Michelle mastered her own self care, she began coaching others, first at her gym, and now with executives.

Q & A

Why is self love important?

Self-love is important because if you don't take care of and love yourself, how can you really think you can love someone else?

What was the number one thing that was holding you back from accepting self love?

Probably feeling selfish.

Who is one person who has changed your life for the better?

My son. Wanting to be a better person and a better example for him.

What is the best advice you have ever received?

I think probably to follow your passion and believe in yourself.

What is a self care habit that you practice regularly?

Taking a bath with Epsom salts and lavender.

Can you share a resource, an app or a tool that we can use to build our selfcare practice.

I use meditation.

Do you have a favorite quote?

No excuses. Get out there and get moving.”

What book are you reading right now?

The Big Leap.

What is the one thing that you are most passionate about?

Life

Guest Bio

Michelle is the mom of two boys, and also health and wellness coach.

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Mar 15, 2017

Susan was in the corporate world for 20 years. During a challenging time, she sought the services of an executive coach to discover tools and techniques to address her work challenges. She started by adjusting her mindset, and going in to work with the idea of learning from challenges, rather than letting challenges define her. In the end, her coaching led her to leave her corporate job, and start a coaching practice of her own.

Q & A

Why is self love important and what was the number one thing that was holding you back from accepting self love?

I didn't realize that I wasn't doing that… When a friend of mine asked me what I was doing for self-care, I answered I don't do that on a regular basis. Everybody else came first and I came last. Now, I recognize that self care is so important.

Who is one person who has changed your life for the better?

My coach was a pivotal person to help me get my confidence back.

What is the best advice you have ever received?

“Don't look out the rearview mirror all the time.”

What is a self care habit that you practice regularly?

I have a new shower. I love to just stand in the shower. It is a great place to think. That is one of my favorite things to do.

Can you share a resource, an app or a tool that we can use to build our selfcare practice.

I have taken to bullet journaling. There is are some formal ways of doing bullet journaling, as well as creative ways of doing bullet journaling, with markers and coloring. That has really been an interesting thing for me. I've never really thought of myself as being creative.

Do you have a favorite quote?

Be willing to let go of who you think you should be, in order to be who you are.”

What book are you reading right now?

Three Simple Steps, by Trevor Blake.

What is the one thing that you are most passionate about?

I am passionate about leadership development, but I would say the biggest thing would be coaching. Just how it can change people’s lives.

Guest Bio

Susan is now an executive leadership coach after spending 20+ years in corporate roles for a global organization. She knew that she wanted to do something to work with leaders to help them build their confidence, navigate challenges and achieve success. She is passionate about helping women position themselves for success and reach their potential.

 

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Mar 13, 2017

Rosetta Magdalen thought she had made a good choice in her selection of a husband. She discovered her husband led a secret life, in a long term relationship with another woman. This led her to question her choices, and how she missed the signs. Along the way, she discovered the importance of recognizing the difference between wanting someone and needing someone. After years of struggle after her divorce, she discovered some methods and techniques that helped her deal with the emotional trauma. Discovering that it worked for her, Rosetta reached out to other women to see if her method would work for them.

Q & A

What was the number one thing that was holding you back from accepting self love?

I feel that the one thing holding me back was something I carried with me from my childhood. It was the message that I was never good enough. That I was never perfect enough to be worthy of love.

Who is one person who has changed your life for the better?

That would have to be my grandmother. Because she was the heart of our family, and she was the person who believed in me. She gave me permission to make mistakes.

What is the best advice you have ever received?

The four questions to use when something is upsetting you: number one, is what I am thinking true? Two, can I absolutely know it's true? Three, how do I react or feel when I believe the upsetting thoughts that I am afraid might be true? Four, who would I be without that thought?

What is a self care habit that you practice regularly?

I stay in bed for 30 minutes, and I do a meditation which is not traditional. I mentally and silently repeat an affirmation in my mind for 30 minutes. The words I am saying remind me that the universe is loving and supports me and is on my side in everything I do.

Do you have a favorite quote?

“What other people think of me is none of my business.”

What is the one thing that you are most passionate about?

Predictively, what I am most passionate about is my coaching practice. It is just because, for me, the divorce seemed such a failure and such a drop off the cliff. And what it ended up being was the greatest blessing of my life.

Guest Bio

Rosetta Magdalen coaches divorcing women to feel powerful, lovable, and become the women they always meant to be. She created The Dynamic Divorcee Method™ (a breakthrough system for quick post-divorce emotional healing) when she found it unacceptable that the healing process following divorce was so long and painful. Rosetta is a contributor to The Huffington Post, as well as a prolific creator of free content which can be found at TheDynamicDivorcee.com.

 

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Mar 10, 2017

After being struck by lightning, Sabrina hermitted for a three year period. She engaged in deep self study. She committed to healing herself, exploring shadow work. She also began studying Kundalini Yoga. This allowed her to prepare herself for a queendom. Along the way, she learned patience, boundaries, faith, trusting the process, and honoring the journey. She found her purpose, helping people clear their energy within and make peace with their past.

Q & A

What was the number one thing that was holding you back from accepting self love?

Not feeling like I was worthy of receiving self love.

Who is one person who has changed your life for the better?

Deepak Chopra.

What is the best advice you have ever received?

“Take it one step at a time.”

What is a self care habit that you practice regularly?

I sage myself every day.

Can you share a resource, an app or a tool that we can use to build our selfcare practice.

Music is the greatest self care you can do. Part of that self care is to dance.

Do you have a favorite quote?

“The best is yet to come.”

What book are you reading right now?

A Course in Miracles.

What is the one thing that you are most passionate about?

Seeing people and watching people live their passion and live their purpose. I am really passionate about helping people get there.

Guest Bio

 

Sabrina Riccio is the internationally known Soulistic Alchemist + Spiritual Mentor behind Shamanessa Goddessa. Empowering souls to be real, be authentic, and embrace vulnerability, Sabrina believes we anchor the Sacred Reunion of the Divine Masculine + Divine Feminine within ourselves through radical forgiveness + self-love. Leading groups at some of the world’s greatest festivals including Burning Man, Bhakti Fest, and Desert Hearts, her passion for Kundalini Yoga, Spirit Medicine, and self-study has allowed her to support those who are on the path of living + creating a conscious life. She is the host of the Sovereign Goddess Podcast, inspiring medicine women + goddesspreneurs build their queendom with grace.

 

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Mar 8, 2017

Michelle was finishing graduate school when the market crashed. Instead of a job in Rome, she was offered a job in Detroit with the same company. Michelle moved on to Colorado, where she successfully nurtured a non-profit for many years. Michelle became ill, and was forced to resign. She spent a year nursing herself back to health. During this time, she discovered the importance of self care and self love.

Q & A

What was the number one thing that was holding you back from accepting self love?

That nobody told me it existed. I didn’t know about it, so I didn’t know I was holding back from accepting it.

Who is one person who has changed your life for the better?

Two of my closest girlfriends. We get together at least two weekends a year.

What is the best advice you have ever received?

“Baby steps.”

What is a self care habit that you practice regularly?

I really am in to Indian medicine.

Can you share a resource, an app or a tool that we can use to build our selfcare practice.

Actualize.org’s YouTube Page.

Do you have a favorite quote?

“I'm sorry for the things I said when it was winter.”

What book are you reading right now?

Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself.

What is the one thing that you are most passionate about?

Being outside. The water, the mountains, just moving and interacting with nature.

Guest Bio

Michelle Warner is an Online Business Strategist for entrepreneurs ready to experience the power of massive leverage. She's been in the digital marketing game for over 10 years, has been the CEO of a 7-figure tech startup and loves nothing more than growing businesses. She's also passionate about the outdoors and spends her downtown exploring the mountains and rivers around her Colorado home.

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Mar 6, 2017

Laura went from circus arts to human development professional, exploring the full range of what it means to be a human being. She found peak experiences allow us access to a different kind of universal intelligence. During a difficult time, while recovering from an accident, found herself lamenting what she couldn’t do, rather than focusing on self love acts she could do. Laura was reminded every crisis is an opportunity for growth.

Q & A

Who is one person who has changed your life for the better?

I have to give a shout out to one of my primary influences and ongoing mentors Bill Plotkin.

What is the best advice you have ever received?

We have an evolutionary urge to become to become more and more and more of who we are. You follow your longings and your fears - particularly the place of where you're longing and your fear meet, which will take you right to the edge if you are becoming.

Can you share a resource, an app or a tool that we can use to build our selfcare practice.

One of the places I go to refuel is the Bioneers website and their podcasts.

Do you have a favorite quote?

Earth, isn’t this what you want? To arise in us, invisible?
Is it not your dream, to enter us so wholly
there’s nothing left outside us to see?
What, if not transformation,
is your deepest purpose?

What book are you reading right now?

The Dream of the Cosmos, by Anne Baring.

What is the one thing that you are most passionate about?

All of our potentials, all of our very human capacities, I am wanting to evoke potential. I am wanting to stir things up.

Guest Bio

An internationally recognized social artist and an advocate of the Earth, Laura Larriva Page blends her deep love of archetypal and developmental psychology, dance, mythology, ecology, and the study of many nature-based traditions into powerful, embodied explorations of Soul. All designed to coax the whole human experience back from cultural exile, and to catalyze deep, systemic shift in the lives of leaders.

 

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Mar 3, 2017

After 17 years as a corporate attorney, Andrea realized she was no longer happy or fulfilled with the work. Additionally, over the years, she developed a few challenging illnesses, including sever dizziness. The dizziness forced her to take three weeks off work. The first morning away from work, Andrea realized she didn’t want to be an attorney anymore. Andrea took some time to assess her situation, and developed a plan to become a digital nomad. Now , she travels the world, exploring new places and working remotely.

Q & A

What was the number one thing that was holding you back from accepting self love?

Not feeling like it was actually something that was possible for me. Especially working as a lawyer, I just thought this was how life was. I had to work very long hours to get paid well. In the space, it was just what you put up with. 

Who is one person who has changed your life for the better?

I've had so many wonderful people. I think I'm going to group all of my coaches into one bundle. I have had a couple of career coaches along the way. They each made life significantly better.

What is the best advice you have ever received?

“Keep it simple, stupid.”

What is a self care habit that you practice regularly?

My exercise routine in the morning. There are sometimes when I really don't want to do it. But as soon as I put my music, I am just in the zone. It is wonderful to be able to use my body in that way, and see the ways my body is improving.

Can you share a resource, an app or a tool that we can use to build our selfcare practice.

I am a fan of the Pomodoro Technique, which advocates 25 minutes of work followed by a short break. There’s an app called Tomato Timer that helps with that.

What book are you reading right now?

The Time Out Guide to Uruguay.

What is the one thing that you are most passionate about?

My photography. My volunteer work with rescue animals. Traveling, and working with business owners to grow their own businesses.

Guest Bio

Andrea Jordan is a business strategist for entrepreneurs, creatives & adventurers. With a rare combination of expertise in corporate law and business coaching, together with a degree in accounting, this woman knows her stuff! She is also a digital nomad who has made a commitment to support the communities she lives in by volunteering at animal shelters as she travels throughout Latin America.

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Mar 1, 2017

Christa suffered postpartum depression.  At the same time her marriage was failing.  She lost her sense of self.  In an attempt to return to her happy life, Christa took the unusual step of exploring what she used to like.  At 270 pounds, she became a fitness coach.   She also started journaling.  She is now empowered to help others.

Q & A

Why do you believe that self love is important?

Self-love is everything. You cannot pour yourself into other people until you pour into yourself.

What was the number one thing that was holding you back from accepting self love?

The one major thought that I kept having was I didn't deserve it. I didn't deserve to feel love, because I wasn't this mold or that mold or I didn't look like this.  For me it was a lot of "I don't deserve it."

Who is one person who has changed your life for the better?

There have been a lot of people. I have found friends online. I have coaches.  I have some mentors locally who have really helped. I have found a huge network of people who I have never even met in person.

What is the best advice you have ever received?

You have to love yourself before you can love anyone else.

What is a self care habit that you practice regularly?

Journaling. Journaling is key.

Can you share a resource, an app or a tool that we can use to build our selfcare practice.

Calm, for meditating. That's a great one. I also have the Danielle Laporte’s Truth Bombs. Those are two of my favorites.

What book are you reading right now?

Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself, by Joe Dispenza.

What is the one thing that you are most passionate about?

Helping other women.

Guest Bio

Christa Pepper became a Personal Trainer when she weighed 275lbs.  Christa believes health and fitness is so much more than what Pinterest shows us - it's self-love, it's confidence, it's living into our strengths.  Christa’s life mission is to inspire and empower women to live their best life, starting with overcoming the limiting beliefs we put on ourselves.

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