Find Your Awesome with Nikki Bruno


Nikki Bruno became a professional coach in 2016, after 15 years as an editor and writer in the book-publishing industry. She holds a bachelor’s degree in cultural anthropology from Princeton University and a master’s degree in teaching and curriculum from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Nikki has authored several books published by Capstone Press. A Boston-based single mom of two, Nikki loves scuba diving, international travel, salsa dancing, and helping women know and understand how incredible they are.

“This world would be a much better place—our planet would be a much better place—if women had more power of every kind. Inner power, social power… financial, political—every kind of power there is.”

- Nikki Bruno

Words matter—particularly to two word nerds. Nikki and I get right into the thick of what power means, what empowerment means and how it all relates to our awesomeness. She shares what she feels are the components of awesome and we dig into all the words: joy, flow, power and awesome.

“The tragedy is that girls and women start unlearning their power and being distanced from their power starting the moment they are born. […] And this happens with boys and men too.”

- Nikki Bruno

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Find Your Awesome with Brianna Rose


Brianna Rose is a Kundalini Business Coach, CEO of I Am Brianna Rose, and Creator of the Light Leader Movement. She teaches women entrepreneurs how to build impactful online empires through energetic mastery, kundalini, and aligned business strategy. In just two years, she has built a million dollar business and community of over 20,000 followers by using the strategies she teaches inside of her programs. Her approach to business is holistic and addresses the energetic and emotional relationship to success. Through her signature program “The Ascension Academy,” Brianna Rose has helped hundreds of women build sustainable, aligned and abundant businesses, each creating a massive impact on the world.

“When everything is unique to you and catered to you, the business is going to be so successful and so impactful.”

- Brianna Rose 

In this episode, Brianna starts us off with a definition of kundalini and how it helped her figure out what her true path in life is. We talk about how getting into alignment makes all the difference in owning our power and fulfilling our potential. We dig into the Chinese elements and then head down the rabbit hole that is human design. Buckle up kiddos, because this one is a fun ride!

“Think about what your body naturally wants to do and listen to that. […] Our body is always telling us what it needs, we just often times think too much and ignore that.”

- Brianna Rose

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Find Your Awesome with Walter Aguilar


Walter is a Certified COR.E Performance, Transition and Leadership Specialist (coach). He has supported many niches, from professional and competitive athletes and teams, to executives and business owners. He supports everyone from coaches to at-risk youths and adults, couples, students, and many others. A foster parent to a special needs boy from the age of 14 months to his current age of 19 years, Walter has experienced the tug of deciding to live from memory (ego) or inspiration.

“We carry a lot of our experiences physically.”

- Walter Aguilar 

We dive right in to the good stuff with this episode. We cover the value and the individualistic nature of grief, and the incredible importance of doing the inner work. We discuss the rampant impact of the “lack” mindset in the world today and the truth of what wisdom really is. Buckle up kids, because this episode delivers a never-ending stream of truth bombs and epiphanies and personal stories from Walter about the path he’s travelled.  

“Most people are under the illusion that they are making conscious choices. But what is actually happening is that they are making choices on how they feel in the moment. And how they feel in the moment is based on memory.”

- Walter Aguilar


“Even though we are all given life, we have to choose to love our lives—in spite of all the circumstances, in spite of all the lack, in spite of our imperfections that we see. If we can’t love ourselves, how can we love anyone else?”

- Walter Aguilar 

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Find Your Awesome with Patricia Lohan


Patricia Lohan is the creator of “Feng Shui Mastery” and author of The Happy Home: A Guide To Creating A Happy, Healthy, Wealthy Life. Patricia Lohan helps women make their home magnetic to money, luck, and blessings. Patricia shows you what they don't teach in school, what lies between the lines, your top-secret tool for success. She is a feng shui expert, a healer, and a passionate female entrepreneur who has shaped her dream life living in Bali with her husband. Patricia has a gift at making feng shui simple and easy to understand and implement. She has seen firsthand the power of the mind, surroundings, and inner healing, clearing and aligning everything so it works holistically.

“Your home also has a soul. Your home also has a personality. Your home has limits and blocks. Once we see them we can get the energy moving. That’s what this is about, it’s about acupuncture for your home.”

- Patricia Lohan 

If you’ve ever heard of feng shui and have wondered what it’s all about, this episode is for you. Patricia and I dive right in to this ancient Chinese practice of shaping your environment to better support your health and wealth. From adding a purple quilt to your bedroom to moving that knife block off the kitchen counter, Patricia talks through some of the ways she’s helped her clients—and the many stories about feng shui that aren’t accurate. If this episode resonates with you, please share it with it someone who you think should hear it, and please leave a review! 

“Bad feng shui, energetically, isn’t visible to the eye—you just feel it in your life and your bank account.”

- Patricia Lohan 

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Find Your Awesome with Tony Whatley

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Tony is a business mentor, serial entrepreneur, author of Sidehustle Millionaire and host of the “365 Driven Podcast.” He started his career in the oil and gas industry at the age of 18 and worked his way up to managing $100-million projects, while managing his own super successful businesses on the side. Tony eventually left the oil and gas industry and committed to becoming a fulltime entrepreneur, creating the life of his dreams and teaching others how to become the best version of themselves.

“Instead of saying ‘that’s too expensive,’ think about ‘how can I afford that?’”

- Tony Whatley

If you are looking for a string of unicorn bitch slaps, you’ve landed on the right episode. We start off testing the assumptions that people hold based on their earliest values, and we work our way up to the simple act of asking yourself what you want, what you really, really want. We talk about finding motivation and identifying the excuses that so often trip you up. Bring your notepad and your innermost desires and come ready to open up to some serious truth bombs.

“Real success comes when you can do things without being motivated.”

- Tony Whatley

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Find Your Awesome with Jessica Page


Jessica Page is the creator of Grind to Glory. She is an intuitive life and business coach and recognized internationally as an expert in the field of personal transformation. Jessica is passionate about helping entrepreneurs experience more joy, fulfillment, love, and abundance without being in the grind of working really hard, struggling and sacrificing.

Through her own story, Jessica shows us how grinding away and working hard is just one of the paths available to us as we work to manifest what we want. There’s another way. If you feel like you are stuck on a treadmill, grinding away on your climb to success, then this episode is for you.   

“You can actually try stuff on. You don't have to have it figured out beforehand, you just get in motion and it sorts itself out.”

- Jessica Page

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Find Your Awesome with Christine McAlister


Christine McAlister is an entrepreneur, business coach and the author of the #1 bestseller The Income Replacement Formula: Seven Simple Steps To Doing What You Love And Making Six Figures From Anywhere. An expert on turning tragedy into triumph, she founded her company, Life With Passion, after the full-term stillbirth of her first daughter, Maeve. She's been featured in Inc., Business Insider, The Huffington Post, and the Entrepreneurs On Fire podcast. Christine helps high-achievers all over the world replace their incomes (and then some!), and to quit and stay out of their 9-to-5 jobs by building businesses out of their passions.  

“Using the stuff that you are really naturally good at is what ultimately energizes you and gives you a business you love.”

- Christine McAlister

Christine and I dive right into this episode. We talk about the path she took to get where she is today and we touch on the challenges entrepreneurs face in focusing on their strengths rather than their weaknesses. And then Christine shares the experience that changed everything for her—the full-term stillbirth of her daughter Maeve. I hope this episode honors Maeve’s memory and the gifts that Maeve gave Christine. This episode is for you, humans. 

“A lot of times we make it too hard on ourselves – we think we have to beat ourselves up to improve our weaknesses. And what we know now is that that is a very outdated modality of performance.”

- Christine McAlister 

 “We all have a big range of things we’re passionate about for a reason, because if we all thrive and we all give back, the world is served. That’s why we have them. That’s why they are different.”

- Christine McAlister  

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Find Your Awesome with Jessica Broderick


Jessica grew up in Middlebury, CT and was always involved in sports, with a focus on swimming and running in high school. She also found the sport of triathlon in high school after attending some races as a spectator for her mom. She qualified for the Junior World Championships in 2009, and won Collegiate nationals as a freshman at the University of Colorado-Boulder, earning her a professional license. Jessica continued to train while earning a Bachelors degree in Journalism, and committed to the sport full time after graduating. Jessica earned National team status through performances including a World Cup podium at the Chengdu World Cup in 2014 and second place at Continental Championships. Jessica went on to race and earn three top 5 World Cup performances and race on the National team through 2016.  

Jessica took a much-needed year off from racing in 2017 and began coaching in the midst of a severe episode of depression. Coaching was a very natural process for her, and something she felt fulfilled by. She ultimately decided to return to racing in 2018, but despite renewed success, she decided to retire after her 2018 season, fully committing to listening to her heart and what truly makes her happy.  

“You can be healthy and fit; they are two very different things.”

- Jessica Broderick 

Jessica and I talk about what gives us a sense of identity and what it means to lose a part of what we feel makes us who we are. We dig into grief and how it’s a personal process, including Jessica’s process as she retired from professional triathlons. We also talked about finding out what brings you joy and going after it—and learning how to find balance in that passion. I invite you to listen in to our conversation, and please share your thoughts and takeaways on social media.

“It’s our own responsibility in life, as we grow, to figure out what those things are, for each of us, to help us stay healthy.”

- Jessica Broderick

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