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Back with another Beauty in Cancer Update! I have been out for a while and so many things have happened in the last couple of weeks. But everything turned out really great!
This week on The Dharma Project, Stephanie picked the brains of don Jose Ruiz, best-selling author, modern-day Shaman, and Toltec Master of Transformation.
This week on The Dharma Project, Stephanie talks to Holly Hollis Stars. She is a blogger, a lawyer, a devoted wife, and a cancer warrior. In this episode, they talk about her cancer journey and what happened to her and her husband during remission.
This week, Stephanie interviewed one of her friends and clients, Levi Lascsak. Levi is an Iraq Combat Veteran and previously worked as a pharmaceutical salesman. After surviving ulcerative colitis, he has transitioned his career to the real estate industry. Today, he runs a consulting company and multiple YouTube channels creating valuable content about the real estate business and coaching aspiring real estate agents.
This week, Stephanie had the opportunity to talk to Dr. Raymond Moody - a world-renowned scholar, a medical doctor, lecturer, and researcher. He is the bestselling author of many books, including Life After Life where he coined the term NDE or near-death experiences.
This week Stephanie is talking with journalist, host, actress and producer, Marisa Sullivan. She’s a spunky, highly successful entertainment journalist turned health writer.
This update was recorded June 18th. It was my second week of the new set of drugs that I am in. It's a roller coaster ride but in the end, I am grateful for everything that has happened on that week.
Kris is the founder of the Win The Hour, Win the Day philosophy, which helps entrepreneurs reclaim their life, by reclaiming their time.
This update was recorded on June first, the first Tuesday I haven't had a chemo treatment in 13 weeks. There have been ups and downs, but I'm feeling good!
Alison shares the story of how she opened her first store 18 years ago as a Merle Norman Cosmetic studio, (while still working full time as nurse at night) and has since grown Exit 16 to a full-service fashion boutique with three successful locations!
Having just completed my last round of weekly chemo treatments, so it was time to check-in and see how things are going and how my body is responding to treatment.
In today's update on finding the beauty in cancer I'm sharing what I've learned so far in this journey, some of the ways I'm choosing to approach treatment, and all the ways I'm working to take care of myself to give my body what it needs to fight this war.
I've completed seven rounds of chemo, and while I know I need that magic fairy dust (as I like to call it) to heal me, it's still hard to walk in those doors each week. Having treatment buddies go with me has helped... and so has dressing up in fun and crazy outfits to lift not only my spirits but those around me!
Not feeling well, pain, a trip to the ER, about three meltdowns, and being really scared. Some days, this is the reality of battling cancer.
Scott launched ScottieDTV on YouTube in May of 2010 talking about Hot Rods and Food! Since then he has grown his channel to over 206K subscribers with over 120 million views!
Have you ever had someone in you life who is going through a hard time, and you wanted to do something for them didn't know exactly what to do?
Chemo is fairy dust, liquid goal that will heal me. This was my though as I arrived to my first treatment dressed as a fairy in my blue wig, sequin top, and rainbow skirt!
I've been overwhelmed with gratitude by the outpouring of support I've received since my diagnosis, so I today I wanted to share an update on how I'm taking care of myself during this time in the hopes it helps even just one other person.
I recently got some news from my doctor that has changed the course of my life.
Indy has been a Leadership and Empowerment Coach for the last 16 years and recently released his book "Get Out of Your Head and Into Your Life" where he took his years of coaching experience and put it in a book to help people.
n this episode, Stephanie is talking with Taylor Alfonso, a wife, mother of two, and owner of Stella & Grace boutique in Slidell, Louisiana.
Tune in to listen as Stephanie and Jen discuss how failure was not an option from opening her first salon in the middle of a recession to being flexible in the face of COVID 19 and ending 2020 with a growth in profit—despite a two month shut down!
Listen as Jim shares how he views his blindness as an advantage, his thoughts on productivity versus activity, and where you can find good ideas, and so much more!
Brian shares how through mediation and connecting with his higher self, he was able to transform his life.
Sam talks about growing a YouTube channel almost overnight and what it took to build a massive audience in such a short amount of time.
Tune in to listen as Stephanie and John discuss learning from mistakes, why working with a team is important to success, how being open to critique doesn’t mean it’s easy to hear, the importance of being open to receiving as well as giving, and so much more!
Listen as Stephanie and Michelle discuss ways you can be prepared in case your home catches fire, how you can easily document all your belongings twice a year (and why you should!), ways the community helped in the aftermath of tragedy, and so much more!
Tune in as Steve relates his story of transition from working as an unfulfilled corporate banker to spiritual coach and entrepreneur, including how the death of his father sparked change and led him to pursue the interests and passion in life that he had set aside as a teenager.
This week is the final of our special episodes for breast cancer awareness month, and Stephanie is speaking with Integrated Wellness Coach and third generation breast cancer survivor, Paula Heard.
Today Stephanie is speaking with Certified Mastectomy Fitter, Susan McMahon for the third of our special October episodes highlighting stories around breast cancer.
Debra shares the story of how she was diagnosed with breast cancer nearly ten years ago as a busy teacher raising her handicapped daughter and three grandchildren.
This week Stephanie is talking with Survivor Sara Delancy about her story of being diagnosed with Breast Cancer and her journey through treatment over the last year.
Listen as Stephanie and Leah discuss listening to your intuition, making time for treatment when you’re already a busy working mom, navigating the confusing world of medical bills, tips for feeling better when you’re going through chemo and radiation, and so much more!
Listen as Stephanie and Philip discuss the impacts of a global pandemic on the travel industry, making the decision to start a travel agency, why travel is so important, and how to balance running his business with making time for family.
Listen as Stephanie and Katie discuss following your career to unexpected places, juggling life as a business person, wife, and mother of four, the importance to intentionally building a tribe of like-minded people, and more!
In an episode that goes deep on mindset, Cyan talks about his lifelong drive to realize his potential and how it led him to get started as an entrepreneur.
Lindsay shares what pushed her to pursue her passion of teaching yoga
In this episode Amanda and Stephanie discuss simplified living, the “new normal” post-covid, being an entrepreneur, time management, and so much more!
In this episode Stephanie and Caroline discuss what it takes to follow your dreams, getting outside your comfort zone, telling inspirational stories that change peoples’ lives, and more!
Ingrid and Stephanie discuss having the courage to do what you’re passionate about, balancing family and owning a business, and more!
They talk about the current information "overload" and how to filter through the most important information to really build your business to the level you desire.
Mandy Liz from Mandy Liz Photography talks about her "accidental business" and how she was able to quit her day job to pursue her dreams.
How does she do it all? Join us this week to hear some of Nicole's success secrets and how she manages to juggle her busy life so well!