JOURNEY FORWARD®with Joree Rose will bring you interviews, personal anecdotes, science-backed tools and inspiration to help you consciously create the life you want to live. You’ll hear how Joree was able to turn her life around, push past the fears, anxieties and old, out-dated stories that she thought defined her, and find her true happiness, and how you can do the same!! Through the foundation of mindfulness, meditation, and mindset, sprinkled with just the right amount of spirituality, laughter, and pixie dust, Joree will guide you to get unstuck from what’s holding you back from living in alignment with your heart, mind and values.
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114: Regulate, then Resolve

114: Regulate, then Resolve

In this week’s episode, I talk about a theme that keeps coming up in my work with clients, which is how to manage through difficult moments when there is high emotion or conflict. Oftentimes we feel that when we are in conflict – a disagreement, fight, a transgression – we need to solve it, ideally right then and there. The problem is that in that moment, when the emotions have taken over, we can’t access the tools to be able to get to resolution or connection. We’ve got to regulate before resolving. This can be easier said than done, though with awareness, we have greater ability to see that when we are stuck in the spiral of emotions we literally can’t access the tools to get to a productive conversation. And regulation simply means to calm the brain and the body…and in this episode I teach you how to do all of this! It’s a game changer!

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113: The Power of Cauliflower

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In this week’s episode, I talk with the inspirational Amy Lacey, who founded Cali’flour Foods and believes that eating healthy should taste as good as it makes you feel. Amy is one of the 23.5 million people suffering from an autoimmune disease, and after being diagnosed with lupus in 2010, she realized she needed to change her eating habits. With that in mind, she set out to recreate foods that no longer worked for her, and over recent years what started off as a necessary step in her own health has become her life’s work. In this conversation, Amy vulnerably shares her story, and how she believes her past pain and difficult emotions may have contributed to her physical health as an adult, and the work that she has done to create lasting change in her life, and in the lives of others! The amazing feedback she’s received from the people whose life and health was positively impacted by eating her products contributed to the immense success that her modest company has grown to become. Keeping her core values of passion, product, people, pay it forward and perseverence, at the forefront of life and business has kept her grounded, centered and focused on what is most important. Amy now helps guide others in launching their food products, as she continues to live a life that is healthy and balanced, both inside and out.


More about Amy: She is a national best-selling author of Cali’flour Kitchen and The Clean Switch. Her Cali’flour products have won numerous awards, have been featured on the Dr. Oz show, in Food & Beverage Magazine, GQ, and OK! magazine and as one of “Whoopi’s Favorite Things” on The View. Cali’flour Foods is a two-time Clean Eating magazine award winner.



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112: I Am Unique, But My Problems Are Not

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I vulnerably share with you my journey…not only so you can get to know me a bit more (if you are newer to the podcast…) but so that you can see why I am so passionate about teaching what I teach. I so deeply believe that growth and change is possible, and that we have the ability to push past what holds us back, so we can live a fulfilling life. I have literally broken through my barriers that I believed were stuck in stone, and as it turns out, once I broke through, there was no stopping me. In addition to serendipitous events that were signs from the Universe reminding me that I was on the right path, I learned new habits and new patterns in how I viewed the world, and more importantly, how I viewed myself. In addition to a massive mindset shift and pushing past self-doubt, the practices of mindfulness and meditation gave me the tools and framework to know what to do next in each moment. And this is my journey forward…are you ready to journey forward in your life? Join me! 

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111: Engaging in a Post-Covid World

A year ago we were in a huge unknown when Covid hit, and now we are in another huge unknown in how to engage in a “post-Covid” world. While we are still in the midst of the pandemic, with many people getting their vaccine, it brings the question of “how do I live my life now that I’m vaccinated?” For many people they are wanting to jump right back into “normal” life – but the reality is, there is no normal life to go back to, and we are in the midst of creating our new normal. In this episode I talk about the ways in which we can consciously and intentionally decide how to move forward, with greater discernment, getting off autopilot and into a more values-driven, aligned way of living our lives. While many may not consider how to live any differently, many people are concerned with new social norms, how to engage around other people, not knowing what is safe or not, and simply how to determine the pace in which they want to be living. At the core of these decisions is knowing your values, drawing boundaries and practicing self-compassion. No one on this planet is immune from these questions, as we are all affected by this process, but not everyone is going to be intentional in how they engage in a post-Covid world…are you?


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Download this worksheet to help you uncover your core values.

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110: The Keys to Cultivate a Thriving Relationship

You know that love isn’t enough, right? It’s a hard and inconvenient truth that love in and of itself is not enough to carry a relationship through the ups and downs and vicissitudes of everyday life. And yet, there is no rule book handed to couples on the onset of a new relationship that will clearly guide them in how to manage micro transgressions, poor or ineffective communication, how to reduce the resentment over time, how to reconnect when feeling disconnected, what to do when old traumas resurface, or how to integrate the changes that naturally occur as we age and grow. Relationships are hard. Period. In fact, I’m surprised that they even work at all since we are a bevy of emotions, conditions and environments that impact our ability to show up for ourselves, let alone for our partners. And yet, there are tools that we can learn. In this week’s episode, I talk with Liz Earnshaw, a marriage and family therapist, who is training in Gottman therapy to guide couples in the research-based tools that will create the possibility to thrive in your relationship. It’s a fun, insightful and necessary conversation that I think anyone in a relationship needs to listen to.


To learn more about Liz: Elizabeth Earnshaw, LMFT, CGT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Gottman Therapist. She is also a mom, wife, friend, daughter, sister and colleague – navigating her own relationships just like everyone else.


In addition to writing about relationships on instagram @lizlistens and contributing to online publications like mindbodygreen, Elizabeth is currently writing a book about interdependent relationships that will be published next year.


Elizabeth maintains a private psychotherapist practice for individuals and couples in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (A Better Life Therapy), teaches and trains therapy graduate students and postgraduate students, and runs monthly courses “Love Lessons 365” available online. She frequently speaks to classes, podcasts, and other audiences about building healthy relationships.





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109: Core Beliefs, Primal World Beliefs and Mindset

In this episode, I talk with my fiance, Dr. John Schinnerer, host of the podcast The Evolved Caveman, about new research in the field of primal world beliefs, which asks the question “Is the world good or bad?” We delve into deep conversation about core beliefs (which are your beliefs you have about yourself, others, and the world) and these primal world beliefs, and some of the categories that fall under the primal world belief, such as, “do you believe the world to be safe or dangerous?”, “full of abundance or scarcity?”, and “do you believe the world to be ever-changing or static?” We take these big concepts and make them digestible in applying them in everyday situations and examples both from our own lives, our relationship and what we see with clients. Through this complex and insightful conversation John and I share how awareness is always the first step to change your mindsets or core beliefs that no longer serve you, and why being curious about your beliefs matter. 


To learn more about John: www.theevolvedcaveman.com

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108: Never Say Never

I’m assuming that anyone listening, one time or another, swore that they would never do something, that they one day ended up doing. Well, I have too. Twice in fact. And in this week’s podcast episode I’m going to share my story of what I swore I would never do, twice, and how it came to be that that old narrative no longer applied. It’s an interesting moment in our lives when we have the opportunity to question our narratives, and get curious about whose voice it is that we are actually hearing (it’s likely someone from when you were younger; in my case, my mom’s). And when we can let go of that voice and outdated narrative, then we have the opportunity to truly live intentionally, based on who we are in the here and now, rather than who we thought we were supposed to be. And you know what that equals?? Freedom and authenticity!!!

If you’d like to Journey Forward with me to Miraval in Tucson, AZ in September 2021, get yourself on the waitlist, since my first retreat sold out!! Click here!

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107: Happily Even After Divorce

In this week’s podcast episode, I interview Renee Bauer, a divorce lawyer whose practice guides people in how to be happy even after their divorce. This is an informative and yet important conversation on not only the dissolution of a marriage, but in the various ways couples can go about the process. Renee’s straight-forward approach is in part due to her personal experience of being twice divorced, and her wealth of knowledge brings insight, a plan and a strategy to help people forge into the next chapter of their lives. She has created an amazing divorce course that walks you through the steps anyone would need to know to give them confidence and clarity, which is so important during an emotional time. If you’ve been through any stage of divorce, or know someone who has or is currently going through it, you won’t want to miss this episode. 


Renee’s bio: Ms. Renée Bauer is an award-winning divorce attorney, published author, and founder of the family law firm, Bauer Law Group.Renée’s insights are sought after by local, national and international media outlets, podcasts, and conferences where she speaks on co-parenting, blended family dynamics, relationships, and the art of reinvention. As an accomplished litigator, she boldly educates and inspires women to reclaim their right to happiness through her online course, the d∙course and podcast, Happy Even After.

Despite being a self-proclaimed introvert, Renée believes doing uncomfortable and hard things is something we all have the capacity to breathe though. Her need to share her message is greater than her fear of speaking in crowds. Stay tuned because being on stage as a Tedx speaker is on her short “to do” list even if she is going to have to take lots of deep breaths for that one. Once private and reserved, Renée has stripped away the photo filters to talk candidly about the shame and guilt most women feel in their lives so they can find their own version of Happy Even After.


Connect with Renee on social media:

IG: @msreneebauer

FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/happyevenafter


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106: We Aren’t Going Back to “Normal” – And That’s Okay

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It’s now been officially one year since Covid impacted all our lives; a year ago today was the first official day of remote learning and working from home. On that Monday morning, we all thought it was going to be a break for 2-3 weeks – I don’t think we could have comprehended that an entire year would go by in which we were limited in how we lived our lives. On this anniversary, I first want to honor, send compassion and big hugs to those who suffered illness and/or loss in the past year. And I also want to acknowledge that this year has been a great big pause, in which I believe, the Universe called upon to be more mindful and intentional in how we live our lives. While it’s really easy to dwell in the pain and discomforts of the past year, in this episode, I invite you to look back and consider what gifts you received? What did you learn about yourself, your strengths, values, needs, ways in which you live your life that perhaps you’ve been too busy or on autopilot to notice and pay attention to? Additionally, as vaccines roll out and schools are heading back, I also share some tools for re-entry and how to move forward in your life more consciously and intentionally.

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105: Parenting From the Male Perspective

In this week’s episode, I talk with Eli Weinstein, who is a therapist in New York, and also host of the podcast The Dude Therapist. Eli vulnerably shares how his struggles with bullying and ADHD as a child helped to deepen his own emotional and self-awareness. This “superpower” is the foundation of humanness that he brings to all aspects of his life, especially into his work with clients to create authentic connection, but especially into his parenting of his young daughter. Eli also shares how the family values of compassion and helping others instilled in him growing up, influences the lens through which he moves through the world. The bulk of our conversation centers around parenting from the male perspective on how showing up, being present, and  being consistent (though not perfect) can lead to developing greater value and worth in your children.


Eli’s bio:

Eli is a LCSW who has worked in a psych hospital, intense outpatient clinic and currently works in a community clinic in Queens. He created ELIvation to fill a need to help those in struggling times and add some extra inspiration and motivation into everyday life.

Eli has been featured on Kelly Clarkson show, IVF Warrior, Fruitful, Breaking Taboo and on multiple podcasts ranging from parenting, relationships, mental health, and infertility. His main goal is to help people on their journey to add support, care, empathy, expertise, and insight.

He runs events, seminars, and individual coaching on topics from mental health awareness, public speaking coaching, relationship coaching, and confidence-boosting.


To learn more about Eli, check out: 

Website: https://www.elivation.org/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eliweinstein_lcsw

Podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedudetherapist

The letter I wrote to my daughter during Covid: https://joreerose.medium.com/a-letter-to-my-daughter-during-covid-28daacea1e6c

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104: The Real Meaning of Mindful Communication

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Language holds a lot of power, and especially as a therapist, I’m nitpicky on the words that we speak – both aloud to others, as well as the language we speak in our own minds. I know that while it’s not always easy, effective communication is possible, and in this episode I’m going to guide you through the tools you can cultivate so you can feel seen, heard and validated, as well as do the same for others. I share both well-known, as well as my own, tangible frameworks that you can practice to make your communication more effective, productive and kind. To me, the crux of mindful communication is to truly speak your truth, unapologetically, and say what’s on your heart; often we go into communication to try and get the other person to change or do something, which can often leave us feeling unfulfilled in the exchange. When we are being mindful of our words, our intentions, our body language and our needs, our communication becomes much more clear, clean and concise. It’s a practice to learn how to stay present, be curious about the stories we are telling ourselves, as well as how to regulate our emotions and thoughts during conversations, and it’s possible. 

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103: Dethrone Your Inner Critic

In this episode, I interview Joanna Kleinman, who is a therapist that helps people understand how to manage their minds so they can design a life that they love. So many of us get stuck in the belief system that if I change my external circumstances, then I’ll feel differently internally, only to realize that that’s not the answer. You have to be able to take responsibility, accountability and ownership of your life, otherwise you’ll get stuck in a cycle of blame and externalization, and ultimately will stay stuck. Joanna helps us to understand how to get out of this cycle through what she calls the 4 steps to dethroning your inner critic, which is also the title of her new book. This is a fantastic conversation and I hope you enjoy!


If you want to learn more about me and how I can work with you, check out www.joreerose.com. And thank you to all of you that have been part of me Journey Forward community. As a thank you, please download this free gratitude meditation, that goes along with my new book, A Year of Gratitude, which you can purchase here on Amazon.. And if this podcast has inspired you in any way, I’d be so grateful for you to give it a rating and/or review!! Thank you so much!


Joanna’s bio: With over 20 years of experience in therapy and life coaching, Joanna Kleinman (LCSW) is a nationally recognized expert in personal transformation. She guides her clients away from the comfort zones that keep them safe and small and into their Authentic Selves, the place where purpose, innovation, and fulfillment live.


Through her signature Dethroning Your Inner Critic online and in-person programs and her unique M.I.N.D. Method, Joanna’s moment-to-moment interactions boldly model this shift first hand. With equal parts heart-based presence and laser-sharp focus, she interrupts “business-as-usual” to help people to uncover deeply rooted blind spots, question what is held as “the truth”, and relentlessly step into their brilliance.


To learn more: https://www.facebook.com/DethroningYourInnerCritic/


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102: The Importance of Holding Two Truths at Once

The ability to hold the paradox of two truths at the same time is a valuable skill and tool, and something that I work with a lot of my clients in being able to do. Research shows how being able to believe two things at the same time not only makes for a great leader, but also in how you are able to be empathetic and compassionate towards others. In this episode, I delve deeper into not only what it means to hold two truths, but how to be able to practice this. I cover the roadblocks you may encounter that keep you stuck on the negatives in your life that may prevent you from seeing another point of view, how to be able to shift your mindset and how to differentiate between different emotions so you are able to feel multiple things at once. Of course, mindfulness and acceptance are at the root of this and hopefully this episode will inspire you to see yourself and your patterns more clearly so you can be open and intentional in how you respond to what is arising. 


If you want to learn more about me and how I can work with you, check out www.joreerose.com. And thank you to all of you that have been part of me Journey Forward community. As a thank you, please download this free gratitude meditation, that goes along with my new book, A Year of Gratitude, which you can purchase here on Amazon.. And if this podcast has inspired you in any way, I’d be so grateful for you to give it a rating and/or review!! Thank you so much!

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101: Acupuncture For Your Home

As a gift to you, please download this free gratitude meditation, that goes along with my new book, A Year of Gratitude, which you can purchase here on Amazon. I hope you enjoy both!


In this week’s episode, I talk with Patricia Lohan, who as a Feng Shui master helps women create their homes to be a place of abundance and flow; she explains how the energy in your home impacts everything from your health, wellbeing, relationships, career, and finance. Being a woman who learned to surrender to what was being presented to her along her journey, she followed the breadcrumbs in her path, ultimately leading to her own alignment. As a Reiki master, sound healer and yoga teacher, she uses influences from all these modalities to help her clients create complete alignment. Patricia says if there is an area of your home in which something isn’t working, or is continuously stuck or cluttered, it could impact other areas of your life. I hope you enjoy this insightful and fun conversation!


Patricia’s bio: Patricia Lohan is the creator of Powerhouse 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. She 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 helped thousands of people across the globe embrace feng shui and create lasting changes in their homes, lives, and businesses. Patricia has seen firsthand the power of the mind, surroundings, and inner healing, clearing and aligning everything so it works holistically. To learn more: https://patricialohan.com/ and https://www.powerhousefengshui.com/powerhouse-sales-page


Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/groups/powerhousefengshui

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/PatriciaLohan.RestoringYouBack.ToHarmony/

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/lohanpatricia/

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100: What I Learned the Day I Found My Lost Diamond Earring

This is my 100th episode!!!! Thank you to all of you that have been part of this Journey Forward with me!!! As a thank you, please download this free gratitude meditation, that goes along with my new book, A Year of Gratitude, which you can purchase here on Amazon.. And if this podcast has inspired you in any way, I’d be so grateful for you to give it a rating and/or review!! Thank you so much!


You’re gonna love this episode; I share one of my most favorite stories of when I realized just how determined I am, and how that helped me to shift out of old stories and limiting beliefs that I wasn’t capable of, smart enough or strong enough to accomplish what I put my mind to. Once that mindset shifted, there really was no stopping me. And the outcome of me making this shift? I am living an authentic life, in which I feel strong, confident and capable of managing anything that comes my way, whether it’s not believing my ruminating thoughts, not getting stuck in overwhelming emotions or moving more mindfully through difficult situations. And if I can do it, so can you.

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99: Uncover the Core Beliefs Holding You Back

In this week’s episode, I talk with Lilia Nivarrete, who is a transformational business coach helping female entrepreneurs achieve their highest level of success. Lilia shares her journey from being miserable and out of alignment to embarking on a self-development discovery that helped her not only make money, but from a place of being healed from the old stories that used to hold her back. She now guides women how to gain a deeper understanding of the root of the message and your core beliefs, and see how that impacts what isn’t working in their lives. When you can heal the old pain, the abundance begins to flow in all areas of your life.


Free breakthrough session booking link: https://go.oncehub.com/LiliaNavarrete

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/lilia.navarrete.at.ryise

Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/coachingmoneymindset/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/navarreteliliacoach/


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98: Creative Ways to Integrate Gratitude

Life is hard, and the lens through which you view the world and your experiences matter. While you can’t always control what arises, you have 100% control over how you respond and what you do with how life unfolds. It’s not just about mindset, it’s about making it a conscious practice. In this week’s episode, I share some of my favorite ways to bring gratitude into your life, that are taken from my new book A Year of Gratitude. There are some traditional ways you may think about practicing gratitude, such as reflecting on what you were grateful for from your day, but I’m delving further into 12 different ways that you may not have considered as helpful tools for bringing gratitude into your daily routine. I love that there are so many creative, thoughtful, and even healing ways to bring more awareness, gratitude and appreciation into our lives. I hope this episode inspires you in new and thoughtful ways!


The book is officially on sale Tuesday Jan. 19, so you can order your copy here or the Kindle version.


If you want to read an article I wrote about this same topic as well, you can check it out on Medium


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97: How to Find Your Path in the Dark

There have been plenty of experiences in my life in which I learned to trust my intuition and gut for guiding me on my path. Sometimes in fact, when I could rely on logic and reason, my inner light was still the north star that led me in the right direction. In this episode, I share one of my favorite stories in which this was highlighted in the most beautiful of ways, and I share the metaphors, lessons and the ways I learned to navigate forward even when I wasn’t sure what was right in front of me. And now, almost more than ever, this is an important reminder as we continue to forge ahead into 2021 with almost as many unknowns as 2020 ended with. 


And I am excited that you can pre-order my new book – A Year of Gratitude – on pre-order here. 


Order Kindle version of my book here


And if you like what you hear, and want to be part of my Journey Forward community, visit www.joreerose.com or join my Journey Forward Facebook group.

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96: Why Being Values-Driven Matters

The new year is a time when many people often set new goals for themselves, and then just a few weeks later, fail at meeting those new resolutions. So this year, I invite you to set intentions, rather than be attached to goals, and allow the path to shift and move in a way that is in alignment with you. One of the ways to do this is to be values-driven, and allow your values to be what guides your decisions, your choices and your actions. In this episode, I walk you through some different ways to uncover your core values and how to create a clear vision of the future you’d like to create.


To download the list of core values, click here 


And I am excited that you can pre-order my new book – A Year of Gratitude – on pre-order here: https://amzn.to/2Jpwu7f


And if you like what you hear, and want to be part of my Journey Forward community, visit www.joreerose.com or join my Journey Forward Facebook group.

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95: Recognize, Release and Renew

In this week’s episode I finish up our mini masterclasses in mindfulness, in which I talk about the power of letting go of what is no longer serving you so you can create the lasting positive change that you are seeking in your life. The foundation to this is awareness – when you begin to recognize your habits and patterns that have kept you on autopilot, you can begin to choose to live more consciously, and in alignment with who you want to be. In addition, when you practice shifting the lens through which you see the world through gratitude, and honest self-reflection, you can have greater ability to make the baby steps to let go of the shit that is holding you back so you can journey forward to living your best, authentic life. 


Buy my new book – A Year of Gratitude – on pre-order here: https://amzn.to/2Jpwu7f


I’m hosting my yearly end of the year workshop Let Your Sh*t Go (which this year of course will be a virtual zoom event) on Wednesday Dec. 30 at 10am PST. Click here to register


And if you like what you hear, and want to be part of my Journey Forward community, visit www.joreerose.com or join my Journey Forward Facebook group.

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94: Let Your Presence Be Your Present

So often we focus on “stuff” rather than what’s really most important. During the holidays, it’s so easy to stress over how to find the perfect gift for the people we care most about, and what we often fail to recognize is that the most valuable present we can give others is our presence. Especially this year, now more than ever, our presence is a valued commodity that we truly can put no price on. In this episode, I share the value of presence as we continue to wrap up our mini masterclasses in mindfulness. 


I’m hosting my yearly end of the year workshop Let Your Sh*t Go (which this year of course will be a virtual zoom event) on Wednesday Dec. 30 at 10am PST. Register here:  https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=17719296&appointmentType=18892514 


And if you like what you hear, and want to be part of my Journey Forward community, visit www.joreerose.com or join my Journey Forward Facebook group.

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93: The Deepest Wisdom You Can Practice

One of the hardest and yet most powerful practices in mindfulness is the practice of equanimity. This is mental calmness despite what is arising around you. It is radical acceptance at the deepest level, and when you can come to accept what it is – even if you don’t like what is – things begin to shift; you are no longer stuck in cycles of judgment and reactivity. This provides you freedom because you are no longer dependent on external circumstances to determine your mood, your emotions or your present moment experience. Equanimity does not mean you don’t care; in fact, it’s the deepest wisdom to acknowledge that “it is what it is.” It is the ability to see things as they are, without instantly judging it as “good or bad” or “positive or negative.” Equanimity can also serve to regulate our nervous system, helping us to stay calm even in overwhelming situations. 


I’m hosting my yearly end of the year workshop Let Your Sh*t Go (which this year of course will be a virtual zoom event) on Wednesday Dec. 30 at 10am PST. Register here:  https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=17719296&appointmentType=18892514 


And if you like what you hear, and want to be part of my Journey Forward community, visit www.joreerose.com or join my Journey Forward Facebook group.

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92: The 3 Practices You Need to Practice Right Now

Suffering exists; it’s the first Noble Truth as defined by the Buddha and mindfulness offers the pathways out of that suffering. In this week’s episode, I share how and why compassion, self-compassion and lovingkindness are practices that you need to be practicing right now. While these tools don’t negate the pain or challenge in your life, they simply offer a different lens through which to see the world, helping you shift your focus of attention from rumination into a softening of mind, heart and spirit. Especially as we are closing out the end of 2020, probably one of the most difficult years we’ve collectively experienced in our recent memory, it’s more important now than ever to maintain your emotional and mental health as a foundation of your physical health. No matter where you are, or what your situation, compassion, self-compassion and lovingkindness are always available to you; the key is to remember to practice, which I will guide you through during this episode.


If you like what you hear, and want to be part of my Journey Forward community, visit www.joreerose.com or join my Journey Forward Facebook group,

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91: What Does Ghosthunting Have to do with Mindfulness?!

In a continuation of mini master classes in mindfulness, this week’s episode I talk about how to be more mindful of your thoughts. I see people most getting stuck in one of two areas (or both!): their emotions and their thoughts. When we get stuck in our thoughts, we ruminate, the thoughts never seem to slow down, we get caught in a cycle of reactivity, we believe our thoughts as truth, we focus on the negative, we don’t know what to believe when we think one thing and feel another…and so much more! But when we are able to simply observe the thoughts, and see them for simply what they are, the less power they have over us. I take you on a journey through a time I went ghost hunting in New Orleans to demonstrate the power of mindfulness when related to our thoughts. 


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90: It’s So Much More Than Just an Attitude

You often hear the phrase, have an attitude of gratitude…and while your attitude and mindset are important factors of how you bring gratitude into your life, what’s more important is your action. In this week’s episode, another mini masterclass in a mindfulness practice, I talk about the power of gratitude, the research that backs it up, and some of my favorite ways to practice being more grateful, not just this week for Thanksgiving, but for all year long.


If you like what you hear, and want to be part of my Journey Forward community, visit www.joreerose.com or join my Journey Forward Facebook group,

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89: Get Unstuck; How to Move Through Your Emotions

In a continuation of each episode through the end of December, I’m offering a mini masterclass in the application of mindful tools to help you get unstuck and journey forward to living your best life. In this episode, I talk about how to get through the tunnel of emotions from which you are stuck. It is said that emotions have a cycle, and emotional exhaustion, burnout and feeling overwhelmed doesn’t come from the emotion itself, but from our inability to let the natural cycle of the emotion complete. There is a beginning, middle and end, and we tend to not know how to move ourselves through. Mindfulness – the ability to be present, increase awareness with compassion, acceptance, equanimity, observe what’s arising, respond and not react – are all great ways to begin being with whatever emotion is present. But if that’s not helping, and you’re still feeling stuck, then what? Tune in to hear me go through 7 tangible tools to help you move through your emotions, as outlined in the new book Burnout, by Emily and Amelia Nagoski.


To learn more about mindfulness and how to apply it to your life, visit www.joreerose.com or join my Journey Forward Facebook group,

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88: Let it Be Okay, to Not Be Okay

It’s an easy pattern to get stuck in our thoughts and in our emotions…mindfulness can help free us from that old pattern. We are not often taught to manage our emotions…we cling to positive emotions, and resist difficult emotions. So a big question is, How do I manage emotions when they take over? How can I sit in the discomfort without denying, resisting or ignoring what’s arising? Equanimity is a tool to help: it’s radical acceptance. 

We often don’t know what to do with our emotions – and yet, the only way out is through. The key is to acknowledge the emotion and then pause to decide what to do with it. But allow yourself to feel what you feel; you don’t have to act on it immediately. 


Want more guidance in how to do this? Join my FB group where you’ll get daily tips and tools in bringing more mindfulness into your everyday life. Click here to join the FB group: join my Journey Forward Facebook group,

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87: Get Out of Your Head, and Into Your Body

This week’s podcast episode is a continuation of these mini “masterclasses” in mindfulness I’m doing from October through the end of December. Mindfulness is a practice to help get you out of your head (where we tend to overthink, over-rationalize, over-analyze almost everything!) and get into your body where you can not only get into the here and now, but where you can learn to embody your experience and trust your intuition. Our Western culture socializes us to believe logic and reason, and while that’s helpful, it often serves to dismiss the message the body is telling us, often taking us out of alignment and into cognitive dissonance (where you think one thing, but feel another). This episode covers four different areas of body awareness as it relates to mindfulness – mindful movement, sensations, intuition and the mind/body connection.


If you’d like to be in greater community and conversation on how to integrate all aspects of mindfulness into your life, please join my FB group: join my Journey Forward Facebook group.


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86: Awareness Sucks

Awareness sucks. Why? Because with awareness comes responsibility. Awareness is hard – it’s like holding the mirror up to our own selves, and our contributions to the areas of our life that we are struggling with. Without awareness, it’s easy and possible to stay stuck in whatever spiral of reactivity you are currently in. It’s easy to externalize, blame, judge, and not take action towards creating the change that you most need and want in your life. 


But yet with awareness, we give ourselves the opportunity for change. With awareness you gain greater clarity and with that insight, you are on the path towards greater peace, happiness and joy. It’s not a direct path – it does take work. But it is the path out from being stuck and ultimately towards the life you want to be living. So…if you don’t want to do any of the work, and you would rather stay in frustration and reaction, then don’t be aware. But if you want to have the freedom from judgments, from anger or depression, from sadness or anxiety, from fear or expectation, then start with awareness – and this episode will show you how.


And to join my 5-day meditation challenge in my FB group, this week Oct. 26-30, click here to join my Journey Forward Facebook group,

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85: You Don’t “Do” Mindfulness…

Mindfulness isn’t something you add to your “to-do” list – it’s something you have on your “to-be list.” But before I go more into that – oops! I forgot to share in last week’s episode one of the most common myths I hear about meditation that often stops people before they start. After I cover that final myth, in this week’s episode I delve into the differences between mindfulness and meditation. People often use these words and practices interchangeably, which is inaccurate. And knowing the difference matters; they are related, but are two different things. In a nutshell, think of meditation as going to the gym and mindfulness as being able to have the strength and endurance for whatever you want to do in your life. I go into great detail of what this means and how it looks in your everyday life.


And join me for a 5-day meditation challenge that I’m doing between Oct. 26-30. Join my FB group for all the details. Click here to join my Journey Forward Facebook group,

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84: Breaking the 12 Myths of Meditation

Meditation has so many myths that prevent people from cultivating and maintaining a practice. In this episode, I go through 12 different reasons that stop people before they are starting to meditate. I see meditation as the root of all wellness; it’s the ability to be observant without judgement. When we are able to strengthen that muscle, we are more resilient with all of life’s challenges. I hope that hearing me debunk these myths will allow you to find ways to bring meditation into your life. Join me at the end of October, for a 5-day meditation challenge.

To join me in my Facebook group where I’ll be leading the challenge: Click here to join my Journey Forward Facebook group, to participate in a community interested in gaining tools to be more present and calm.

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83: How to Attain Emotional Wellness

Emotional wellness is not the absence of struggle or things going wrong; it’s having the ability to know what to do when things are out of balance and the resources draw upon when you need more tools. Wellness implies that things always have to be positive, whereas balance can allow for both positive and negative experiences to be present, and knowing how to get to equilibrium. Cultivating and maintaining a mindfulness practice is the root of how to create wellness. I am here to help guide you in mindfulness being attainable, relatable and integratable. In this episode, I talk about how you can maintain presence, focus, attention, ability to make discerning decisions…Know that mindfulness is all about reducing your suffering regardless of what is arising…you’ll learn how to dodge the curveballs life throws you with greater wisdom, not with denial or judgment. At the root, observe without judgment, but judgments are tricky because they inform our values. The intention is to stay in the observer mind; stay in awareness, and practice equanimity, which is an evenness of mind, or in other terms, radical acceptance. Mindfulness is not something to add to your to-do list it is something you add to your to-be list; you integrate into your life, increase your quality of presence, and show up moment to moment in your life. It’s not rumination or what ifs…Join me at the end of October, for 5-day meditation challenge.

To join me in my Facebook group where I’ll be leading the challenge: Click here to join my Journey Forward Facebook group, to participate in a community interested in gaining tools to be more present and calm.

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82: Connect with Your Angels, Spirit Guides and Intuition

This is a fascinating conversation with Julie Jancius, who is an Angel Medium, and works with her clients in finding connection with those who have passed. Julie had an awakening moment in which she had an experience with her dad, who had passed, in which she felt the nudge she no longer could ignore. Tuning into the intuition that she had otherwise dismissed, she learned her gift for connecting with angels and spirit guides, and now teaches people not only to develop the skills to be more open, but she also helps connect people to the messages that their spirit guides want them to hear. This conversation becomes personal to me as she receives messages that my own dad, and great-grandmother, want me to know.


To learn more about Julie, or to make an appointment with her: https://theangelmedium.com/


Follow her on IG: https://www.instagram.com/angelpodcast/

And FB: https://www.facebook.com/angelpodcast/

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81: Creating an Intimate, Connected and Passionate Relationship

The good news is – to have the relationship you want, and crave, is possible! All the skills to have ongoing passion, connection, intimacy and vulnerability are learnable! Today’s episode is with Alexandra Stockwell, a relationship and intimacy expert who guides couples in how to up their relationship game, no matter how long they’ve been together. She also covers the six steps have uncompromising intimacy so any couple who has the desire to create a conscious partnership can. Anyone who has struggled in creating or maintaining the relationship they want needs to listen to this episode.


To learn more about Alexandra, visit: www.alexandrastockwell.com

Download a chapter from her book, Uncompromising Intimacy: https://chapter.alexandrastockwell.com/


Follow her on FB: https://www.facebook.com/alexandra.stockwell.7

and IG:


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80: You Don’t Find Yourself, You Create Yourself

I am excited to finally release this episode with Heather Quisel Brown (which we recorded pre-Covid!), in which we talk about all things from grief, loss, resiliency, entrepreneurship, motherhood and love. Heather is not only an inspiration, but a motivation, in how to live life fully and embracing all it has to offer, in both business and love. If you have ever felt stuck because life threw you curve balls that you never saw coming, or were unsure how to build the life you want to live, then this episode is for you. Get ready to get inspired and start building the life you were meant to live!


Heather’s Bio: 

Hi. My name is Heather Quisel.

In 2010, I was a virtual nobody with no sales or marketing background, and no business starting an online business. I had zero social media presence (not even a MySpace account), but I had a strong desire to learn to make people come to ME to buy my products and programs.


In the past decade, I’ve created two powerful and profitable online businesses, one that’s created over $2.5 million in product sales.


Just this January, Russell Brunson invited me to speak at Funnel Hacking Live 2020 (with 5,000 people in the audience) to share my experience and wisdom in creating an online presence that sells, simply by sharing my unique story. When the #1 internet marketer invites you to speak on one of the largest stages in the marketing world, then goes on to call you his “favorite speaker” of the event, you know you’re doing something right.


To learn more about Heather: www.heatherquisel.com

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79: The Implications of Not Practicing Self-Care

Here is the free training video on how to cultivate more peace and calm in your home, due to Covid-related struggles: https://joreerose.com/peacefulschooltraining/


Doors close to the Journey Forward to a Peaceful and Productive School Year membership for parents is closing on Sept. 15 – join now before it’s too late! https://joreerose.com/peacefulschoolmembership/


And Click here to join my Journey Forward Facebook group, to participate in a community interested in gaining tools to be more present and calm.


September is self-care awareness month, and in this episode I talk about the importance of bringing more self-care into your lives, especially now more than ever. We are in the midst of a long-term struggle with all that 2020 has brought with it – Covid, remote work/distanced learning, extreme weather, BLM, social/civil unrest, political divide – it is a lot! And for many of us, especially women and moms, it is hard to know how to take care of ourselves when we are in the midst of caring for so many people around us. But if we are not taking care of ourselves, we are not role modeling a boundary in which we value ourselves, and we end up being depleted, which is of no help to anyone. And yet for many – especially women and moms – we feel selfish or guilty when asking for/needing self-care, and so this episode talks about the ways in which we can release any old stories of “mom as martyr” or feeling like we need to put everyone ahead of ourselves. No is the time to create new, more mindful and compassionate patterns.

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78: Lessons Learned from a Mom of 18

I’ve launched a monthly membership for parents to gain tools to mindfully manage the Covid-related stressors we are experiencing this upcoming school year. Here is a link to watch a free training for parents to gain tools to immediate implement to create a more calm and peaceful home environment as we get ready for remote/hybrid learning: https://joreerose.com/peacefulschooltraining/


But don’t miss out on joining the year-long parenting membership: https://joreerose.com/peacefulschoolmembership/

Doors close to the membership Sept. 15th! 


And Click here to join my Journey Forward Facebook group, to participate in a community interested in gaining tools to be more present and calm.


For all you mamas out there, this interview with Jenn Taylor is going to give you inspiration for sure!!! Jenn is mom to 18 – yes, you read that right, 18. Her heart is huge, and her love and care for the kids that have come into her life knows no boundaries. And she also figured out the life hacks to make it work – while also showing up authentically, knowing her strengths, knowing her boundaries and how to ask god help. Jenn shares her beautiful and practical wisdom that not only allowed her to manage all her kids, but gave her the ability to manage her own life as well. I felt a deep kinship with Jenn as soon as we connected, and I hope this conversion inspires you to gain some insights as to how to get through all the parenting challenges, especially during Covid. 


To learn more about Jenn: Jenn Taylor is Mom Of 18, The Naked Podcaster, Coach, Speaker, and Author. Learning the story behind the person is a true passion. Jenn has 15+ years in the foster care sector as both a parent and a trainer, has written a blog for over 8 years, had her podcast for 3 years, and is a published author of a self-help memoir “Hello, My Name Is… Warrior Princess”. Jenn is also a partner to an amazing man in Reno, NV, a runner, minimalist, and healthy lifestyle enthusiast.


To follow Jenn: 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/momofeighteen/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/momofeighteen/

Website: http://www.momof18.com

Podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-naked-podcaster

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77: Self-Care for Parents; Mindfulness for Kids

I’ve launched a monthly membership for parents to gain tools to mindfully manage the Covid-related stressors we are experiencing this upcoming school year. Here is a link to watch a free training for parents to gain tools to immediate implement to create a more calm and peaceful home environment as we get ready for remote/hybrid learning: https://joreerose.com/peacefulschooltraining/


But don’t miss out on joining the year-long parenting membership: https://joreerose.com/peacefulschoolmembership/

Doors close to the membership Sept. 15th! 


In today’s episode I talk to Helen Maffini, who is the founder of MindBe Education, an organization dedicated to bringing mindfulness into families and education for young kids. This is a timely conversation as we are heading back to school, and due to so many Covid-related stressors, families are in more need of tools to manage stress, anxiety and overwhelm more than ever.


To learn more about Helen and her upcoming Neuroscience Preschool Summit (in which I am a speaker on!), check out: https://mindbe-education.com/

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76: Stop Throwing Darts at Yourself

Link to watch training for parents to gain tools to manage stressors of upcoming school year of remote/hybrid learning: https://joreerose.com/peacefulschooltraining/


Coupon Code: FREETRAINING2020


Link to join year-long parenting membership: https://joreerose.com/peacefulschoolmembership/

Becoming a founding member and get exclusive pricing through Aug. 21!


Today’s episode talks about the Buddhist notion of the 1st dart and the 2nd dart. The 1st dart is just what life throws at you, it’s the curveballs. The 2nd dart, and the subsequent ones thereafter, are the ones you throw at yourself, which actually increase your suffering. An example would be: the 1st dart = worldwide pandemic. The 2nd dart = you getting angry, frustrated, not accepting it, waiting for life to “go back to ‘normal’”, getting impatient or yelling at your kids, shutting down emotionally…you get the idea.


In an effort to decrease our suffering, and therefore become more resilient, we need to increase awareness of when we are throwing 2nd darts at ourselves. We can’t change anything without being aware first.


Our ability to be aware of our 2nd darts, not only helps us manage the curveball easier, but also helps to role model to others to acknowledge and honor what they are feeling, rather than assuming that you always need to put on a brave face.


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75: The #1 Way to Have a Peaceful & Productive School Year

When the school year ended last year, for many of us – kids and parents – it felt like a state of chaos and confusion; there was no working model to know how to deal with the challenges due to Covid. For some, it felt like a staycation, and for others, deep depression and anxiety set in. And I feel like no one thought we’d be starting off this new school year facing big hurdles with remote or hybrid learning, a loss of many sports and extracurriculars, and a whole family working from home.


When stress, anxiety and overwhelm are present, patience, calm and presence are compromised, increasing the overall tension in the home, and ultimately creating the exact opposite conditions necessary to be able to maintain focus, attention and learning.


If you are a parent, and are feeling this anxiety and stress about the pending school year, then this episode is for you. I talk about the ways that you can begin to shift the entire culture in your home to ensure an environment in which tension is lowered and patience and calm is increased. And most importantly, if it’s not for the culture in your home, and the deepened connections for your family members, then it’s for your kids to have their brains primed for learning in a remote setting.


And if you are interested in participating in my iin-depth training on how to Journey Forward to a Peaceful & Productive School Year, click here


Click here to join my Journey Forward Facebook group, to participate in a community interested in gaining tools to be more present and calm.

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74: The Importance of Gut Health

If you’re wanting to be healthy from the inside out, then this episode is for you. In this episode I interview Tina Anderson, who not only has developed her own line of probiotics, but explains the gut/brain relationship. There’s so much important information on how to create a lifestyle change that is good for your overall health. 


Tina Anderson’s journey into the world of health had a unique start and some unusual turns. She began her career as a trial lawyer who specialized in settling cases by bringing both sides together, a personal passion of hers. Once her second child arrived, Tina left that high-stress job behind so she could focus on her family. Luckily, she was still able to use her considerable legal skills to point her career in a new direction as the in-house counsel for a family pharmaceutical company. But what Tina saw there made her change direction again. Frustrated by the many abuses in the pharmaceutical industry, Tina turned toward the field of natural health, and found her life’s work. She channeled her energy into learning all she could about disease prevention and good health maintenance. That led her to discover the importance of gut health and how connected and crucial it is for overall health and wellness. To share her discovery with the world, Tina along with her husband created a unique supplement that contains the superior probiotic strains of renowned researcher Dr. Simon Cutting. By promoting gut health and probiotics, Tina shares her passion for wellness, helping others live their best physical and emotional lives. 


Follow Tina: 

insta – @justthrivehealth

FB – @justthrive

Twitter – @justthrivehlth


Visit www.justthrivehealth.com and input code FORWARD which was created for our Journey Forward® listeners – receive a 15% one-time discount code good through Sept. 4, 2020

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73: Why Self-Compassion Matters

Do you have a loud inner critic? Do you get caught in cycles of beating yourself up in your own mind? Do you treat others kinder than you treat yourself?


You’re not alone. We aren’t taught or role modeled how to practice self-compassion. We aren’t socialized in knowing how to be kind to ourselves, and many of us have a loud inner critic. We also aren’t good at nurturing our needs the ways that we may nurture others. 


In this interview with Mindful Self-Compassion teacher Natalie Bell, we discuss why self-compassion is such an important practice especially now more than ever in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, and how being kinder to yourself right now can shift your life towards being happier, more peaceful and content, despite what is going on around you. 


Natalie’s Bio:


Natalie is the founder of Mindful Wellness, a training and coaching platform to help people find their own source of calm, clarity, and inner resilience. She is the creator of the Thrive Inside Program for Personal Resilience to build an inner voice of support and compassion. As a leading teacher of mindfulness and self-compassion she works with individuals and companies teaching people to be able to manage stress and develop a system of inner support and acceptance. Natalie’s approach brings the benefits of meditation into the practical realm of our daily lives teaching us to discover calm and balance in a common sense, relatable manner.


You can find out more about what Natalie teaches here, www.nataliebell.com


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72: Mindset is Everything to Get Unstuck

I wouldn’t be in the business I’m in if I didn’t believe change and growth is possible. And I would not be where I am now (after having changed and grown a ton) if I didn’t believe change and growth was possible.


And at one point in time; I didn’t believe it – I wanted to, but my mindset feared change. I felt the unknown was scary and therefore it was easier to stay stuck than it was to face the big black abyss of the “what-if?” future. And that perceived sense of safety and security was just that: a perception. But once I was able to shift my mindset, I no longer feared growth and change and instead it became exciting and full of possibility!


If you need to learn how to create forward movement towards who you want to be, rather than be resigned to the way things are, then this episode is for you.


To download the free E-booklet, Take a Mindful Minute, click here.


And if you want guidance, resources and community, join my Journey Forward® facebook group. 


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71: Validation then Rationalization

Relationships are hard; all kinds, including parent/child, friendships, co-workers and of course, romantic partners. 


In my work as a therapist, I see some constant themes that continue to pop up as being a source of disconnection: emotions are not validated, emotional outbursts are dealt with through reactivity and punishment or consequence for “negative behavior” or emotions are attempted to be logicalized. 


And guess what? None of this works. Disconnection ensues and the relationship doesn’t feel safe. In this episode, I talk about how to have curiosity, empathy and compassion for the emotion driving the behavior rather than focusing on the behavior itself, and which of the Four Agreements you need to keep in mind at all times. 

To join my Facebook group for daily meditations and mindfulness videos: https://www.facebook.com/groups/173854486658557/?hc_location=ufi

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70: Why I Need to Start Practicing Mindfulness Right Now

Here is the link to join the online free virtual summit, Surviving to Thriving, how we can grow through adversity: https://theultimaterelationship.com/survivingtothriving/


And please join my Facebook group for daily meditations and mindfulness videos: https://www.facebook.com/groups/173854486658557/?hc_location=ufi


What even is mindfulness and why does it matter? It’s so simple, but it’s not easy!


Mindfulness is paying attention to what is happening right now – thoughts, emotions, sensations in your body, distractions around you – and just noticing it, without judgment. Normally when we get distracted, the thoughts or emotions take over our awareness and we lose focus and get out of the present moment. 


And why does this matter? Cause we are missing our lives – we are missing what is important and are not able to easily sit with what is hard, or just be with what is. Mindfulness is a skill and practice that works! It helps you live a more full and present life, allowing for greater presence, compassion, empathy, connection, resilience, happiness…all because you are able to be with what is.


So much easier than done, but amazing mindfulness teacher Cory Muscara is here to tell us more about how to integrate mindfulness tools into our everyday lives.


Cory has been named as one of the nation’s top mindfulness leaders; his meditations have been heard more than ten million times in over a 100 countries. The recent release of his book Stop Missing Your Life: How to Be Present in a Deeply Un-Present World, has become an instant best-seller and for good reason! It clearly outlines the benefits and ways that you can slow your life down to become more intentional and present.

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69: Creating Your Best Marriage…It’s Possible!

Here is the link to join the online free virtual summit, Surviving to Thriving, how we can grow through adversity: https://theultimaterelationship.com/survivingtothriving/


And please join my Facebook group for daily meditations and mindfulness videos: https://www.facebook.com/groups/173854486658557/?hc_location=ufi


Today’s episode I welcome marriage experts Tod Jacobs and Dr. Peter Lynn, who come to us all the way from Jerusalem, and who for the past 15 years, have prepared hundreds of individuals to develop a mature and idealistic version of marriage. Their credentials span much deeper than you’d think! With a background in finance and investigative journalism, Tod was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and Emmy Award. Peter’s background includes Positive Psychology, architecture and athletics; these guys are the real deal!

Their approach — which combines practical and mystical Jewish wisdom (and yet in our interview is taught with a secular approach) with Positive Psychology –- has helped hundreds of couples develop and put into practice an idealistic vision of marriage as the primary vehicle to create wholeness, meaning, purpose and happiness. 

Tod and Peter focus on helping perfect the character issues that lie at the core of a successful spouse — giving, empathy, staying power and commitment to help build the other. Married, single, young or old –- their insights can help your relationship flourish. 

We know how hard relationships can be, so if you are ready to help your relationship be the one you’ve always dreamed, then this episode is for you!

Learn more about Tod and Peter’s book: https://www.amazon.com/Not-Partnership-Getting-Marriage-Wrong/dp/0578448645

20% OFF Our New Book: Not A Partnership–coupon code: groupmember

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68: Sex and Dating in the Age of Coronavirus

Here is the link to join the online free virtual summit, Surviving to Thriving, how we can grow through adversity: https://theultimaterelationship.com/survivingtothriving/


And please join my Facebook group for daily meditations and mindfulness videos: https://www.facebook.com/groups/173854486658557/?hc_location=ufi


Sex and dating has always been hard…but now add it a pandemic, what are the rules? How do you create new boundaries? What is it supposed to look like?


In this fun, insightful and important conversation with Elise Schuster and Francisco Ramierez, we openly talk about all the things that people are likely feeling, but not knowing how to say it. And they are the perfect people to be guiding us…both have Master’s in Public Health and are passionate about talking with people openly about sex and their relationships.

Whether it is learning how to have a hard conversation about the whereabouts of someone you’ve recently started dating (cause now, it’s not just about safety regarding STI’s; it’s now a bigger deal with shelter-in-place orders!) or how to keep your sex life spicy after being in lockdown with your partner 24/7.

The struggle is real! And Elise and Francisco bring realism, humor and deep insight into how to communicate with awareness and compassion, while honoring your sexual needs.

Learn more about the app they created to give people the space to ask questions that they aren’t sure where else to turn: https://okayso.co/

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67: The Answer to Everything

Here is the link to join the online free virtual summit, Surviving to Thriving, how we can grow through adversity: https://theultimaterelationship.com/survivingtothriving/


And please join my Facebook group for daily meditations and mindfulness videos: https://www.facebook.com/groups/173854486658557/?hc_location=ufi


In this interview, which is the final interview from our Surviving to Thriving summit my fiancé Dr. John Schinnerer (and host of the podcast The Evolved Cavan) and I, talk from our areas of passion and expertise. 


I share why I think mindfulness is the answer to everything, and how to cultivate a practice that will lead to living fully, with lasting happiness, inner peace, and authenticity, focusing also on areas of parenting. 


And John shares his passion for teaching men the tools to be successful and happy both at work and at home. Teaser: the way men have been socialized to be successful has not given them the skills to be great husbands; it’s not their fault but it is their responsibility to learn!)

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66: The Future of Men

Here is the link to join the online free virtual summit, Surviving to Thriving, how we can grow through adversity: https://theultimaterelationship.com/survivingtothriving/


And please join my Facebook group for daily meditations and mindfulness videos: https://www.facebook.com/groups/173854486658557/?hc_location=ufi


This week’s podcast episode is with Jed Diamond, who was one of our guests on the Surviving to Thriving Summit.


Any man, or someone who is in a relationship with a man, will definitely not want to miss this interview.


Over 50 years ago, Jed began his professional career with the promise to his newborn son that he’d be a better father than what his father was. As a therapist, author of 16 books (so far!) and founder of MenAlive, Jed has delved into the field of masculinity. He is dedicated to teaching men how to heal men from their detachment of their emotional experiences to allow them to be more involved in their own lives, as well as more connected to their loved ones. Some of Jed’s well known book titles include: Male Menopause, The Irritable Male Syndrome, The Enlightened Marriage, and his newest one, 12 Rules for Good Men.


In this interview, Jed guides us through the 4 questions:

  1. Am I living a fully authentic life? 
  2. Am I loving deeply and well? 
  3. Am I engaging the social issues of my time? 
  4. Am I making a positive difference in the world?


Link for free giveaway: https://menalive.com/menalive-giveaway

Learn more about Jed: www.menalive.com

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65: How to be abundant in your mindset and relationship to money

Here is the link to join the online free virtual summit, Surviving to Thriving, how we can grow through adversity: https://theultimaterelationship.com/survivingtothriving/


And please join my Facebook group for daily meditations and mindfulness videos: https://www.facebook.com/groups/173854486658557/?hc_location=ufi


I am bringing back to the podcast my friend and awesome money mindset coach Emily King. This interview was actually part of our Surviving to Thriving free online summit, in which you can still access the 30 amazing interviews! This interview was too good not to share on multiple platforms!!


Emily brings simple, practical and yet awesome tools on how to shift your mindset, relationship and ultimately your abundance when it comes to your money and success, especially right now when times are uncertain. If you struggle with abundance, or with how to get out of old, outdated patterns of thinking about money, Emily will help to change that for you! 


To learn more about Emily, visit: https://www.therichwoman.ca

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64: Healing America with Congressman Tim Ryan

Here is the link to join the online free virtual summit, Surviving to Thriving, how we can grow through adversity: https://theultimaterelationship.com/survivingtothriving/


And please join my Facebook group for daily meditations and mindfulness videos: https://www.facebook.com/groups/173854486658557/?hc_location=ufi


This interview with Congressman Tim Ryan was recorded for our free online summit Surviving to Thriving that launched on Monday May 11, and this aired on Day 5 of the summit. It was such an inspiring interview that I knew I needed to have more platforms for it to be heard.


Congressman Tim Ryan is in his 18th year of serving in the U.S. Representatives in northern Ohio, where he has made it his passion and his purpose to heal America.

Years ago he discovered mindfulness as a personal practice and has brought the tools of mindfulness into his professional leadership. Not only has he created mindfulness programs within Congress, including meditations and training, but he is committed to bringing greater awareness and compassion into all aspects of our country. 

Tim has recently rereleased his book Healing America, demonstrating how we can create lasting positive change in ways that everyone benefits, from education, farming, support of our veterans, our leaders and our families.

Tim’s interviews offer great hope for how mindful leadership has the power to change our nation, and especially during this time of the pandemic can allow us to come together in unity and support of one another. 

Don’t miss this, as I’m sure it’ll offer tools for renewal of spirit as well as practical ways for you to make change in your local communities.

Follow him on twitter and Instagram at @reptimryan

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63: What Does it Mean to Go From Surviving to Thriving?

Here is the link to join the online free virtual summit, Surviving to Thriving, how we can grow through adversity: https://theultimaterelationship.com/survivingtothriving/


And please join my Facebook group for daily meditations and mindfulness videos: https://www.facebook.com/groups/173854486658557/?hc_location=ufi


May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we have an opportunity to bring awareness and less stigma to the emotional and mental experiences that are just part of being human. While some suffer more than others,especially now during this pandemic, no one is immune from feeling their emotions a bit more strongly. In this episode, I talk about the various ways that we can use our challenges as points of growth; and to break an assumption many people are having, this does not mean that you necessarily have to go learn a new language or have a huge project accomplished at the end of quarantine. Perhaps the best way for you to thrive right now is to slow down and just practice self-care. And to kick off our online summit, Surviving to Thriving, which goes live today, I talk about the various ways in which you can grow through adversity in your relationship right now, because anything that was just bubbling under the surface is now exposed. What a great time to slow down, connect and put some conscious effort and attention into your relationship. You have the time! Be well!

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62: Boost your mental health during the pandemic

Here is the link to join the online free virtual summit, Surviving to Thriving, how we can grow through adversity: https://theultimaterelationship.com/survivingtothriving/


And please join my Facebook group for daily meditations and mindfulness videos: https://www.facebook.com/groups/173854486658557/?hc_location=ufi


How fitting is it thatMay is Mental Health Awareness month, as we are all now, and in this week’s episode, I talk about mental health and all the various ways that it can look for different people. There is no one definition of what it means to have mental health and yet it is so easy to get stuck in unhealthy habits and patterns in reaction when feeling “negative” emotions. To me, mental health is not the absence of “negative” emotions such as anger, sadness, fear, anxiety, depression (or so many more…); it’s the ability to see, name, and sit with the emotion that is arising and not reacting to it, pushing it away or being in resistance or denial of it. I talk about the many areas in our lives in which struggle due to the coronavirus is bringing up additional challenges and offer tools for how to maneuver through these difficult times. 

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61: #1 Relationship Advice: Talk About the Thing

Link to join my Journey Forward® Facebook group for daily meditations and mindfulness teachings: https://www.facebook.com/groups/173854486658557/?hc_location=ufi


In this episode I interview Shaun Galanos, a relationship and love coach who helps people develop emotional intimacy tools for themselves and their partners. We talk about love, sex, intimacy, communication, dating in quarantine, oh, and peanut butter! He has an honest, straightforward and fun energy in giving people advice on how to thrive in partnership, and shares his #1 tip that he gives to everyone he works with. It is: “talk about the thing.” As Fred Rogers says, “everything mentionable is manageable” and Shaun brings this wisdom to help uncover the root of where couples and their intimacy gets stuck. If you want to thrive in your relationship (current or future!) you won’t want to miss this episode.


Learn more about Shaun: Shaun Galanos is a love coach, host of The Love Drive podcast, and lives with his partner and his dog in Montreal, Canada. www.thelovedrive.com





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60: Find Your Passion, Find Your Purpose

Link to join my Journey Forward® Facebook group for daily meditations and mindfulness teachings: https://www.facebook.com/groups/173854486658557/?hc_location=ufi


In this episode, I interview Lindsay Weisner, a clinical psychologist, who works with suicidal teenagers, and has also co-authored a book on finding the steps towards lasting happiness. The majority of our conversation revolves the topic of suicide, as we both have a close relationship to it; my dad commit suicide when I was 10, and her mom has attempted – unsucessfully – 9 times. We talk about the shame and the stigma that can easily come with the reality of someone close to you having either died or been close to it. Her mother’s experience has given her great compassion to work with teenagers who are suicidal, and she knows the value of giving them a safe place to talk about their thoughts, emotions, and even intentions. In addition to her important work with teenage suicidality, Lindsay shares that her favorite tip in the book co-authored, The Ten Steps to Finding Happy, is to find your passion and your purpose. This is a great reminder for all of us to focus on during the pandemic.


To learn more about Lindsay: Lindsay Weisner is a clinical Psychologist in Long Island, New York. She graduated from Georgetown University in 1999 and was awarded a fellowship in child development at the NIH/NICHD. She received her doctorate from C.W. Post, LIU, and went on to pursue post-doctoral training at the American Institute of Psychoanalysis. Dr. Weisner is the current host of the Neurotic Nourishment Podcast, the author of the Psychology Today Blog The Venn Diagram Life, and the co-author of the book Ten Steps To Finding Happy. This book will be released on March 20, 2020, in accordance with the United Nations International Day of Happiness.


You can find her on Instagram @psychshrinkmom

On YouTube

@Dr Lindsay Kallen Weisner

And on iTunes on the Neurotic Nourishment Podcast

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59: The Silver Lining of Coronavirus

Link to join my Journey Forward® Facebook group for daily meditations and mindfulness teachings: https://www.facebook.com/groups/173854486658557/?hc_location=ufi


In this episode, I interview Robert Strock, a licensed therapist, who offers beautiful wisdom for guiding deeper awareness of our emotions, and our ways to respond to them. Especially at this time of the coronavirus, these tools and perspectives are profoundly powerful as we not let our emotions define us, while learning how to strengthen the mind to be kinder to ourselves, as well as actively creating the silver lining that can come from this time in our lives. The silver lining starts with asking ourselves, “what is the next good thing I can do in the next 30 seconds that will be kind to myself?” He believes that emotions are a terrible barometer for how we are feeling, and it’s more important what we do with those emotions. Right now we are all getting time to practice this new response pattern that can serve us now, and when life returns to our new “normal.” 


Robert’s bio: Robert Strock, L.M.F.T., has maintained a private psychotherapy and spiritual counseling practice for nearly 50 years. He is the originator of “Humanistic Spirituality,” an innovative form of spiritual psychology which evolved over many decades of spiritual practice, a time during which he encountered profound numinous experiences coupled with the greatest physical and emotional challenges of his life. 

Awareness That Heals began taking a deeper form when Robert courageously navigated the depths of despair following a kidney transplant which resulted in complications from the medications required to maintain his surviving kidney.  In his own words, “What this book fosters is an awareness that sees both our deep emotional challenges and triggers our caring heart to support healing at the same time.” 

Robert has served as chairperson for the Center for Authentic Living, which is recognized as a leading counseling practice for the Southern California business and entertainment communities.  Twenty years ago Robert co-founded and today co-chairs The Global Bridge Foundation whose vision and mission is to contribute to the creation of a more compassionate, just, and peaceful world that honors the dignity of all beings.  Global Bridge partners with other foundations to address global warming and the alleviation of poverty in underserved communities. Robert is also the originator of Psycho-Economics, a creative system of principles and practices designed to align financial objectives with one’s most essential core values.

For more information about Robert Strock, his book and philanthropic work please visit:  www.awarenessthatheals.org, www.humanisticspirituality.org, and www.theglobalbridge.org.

Link to the 75 emotions and healing qualities: https://www.awarenessthatheals.org/introspective-guides/

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58: We’re All In This Together

The title says it all, and in fact, what a serendipitous time for my interview with guest Mike Robbins, who just authored a book by this same title. While the focus of the book is not surviving a pandemic, the tools in which we can come together and rise stronger are a universal theme that we talk about. Covering areas of how to get through all that we are experiencing right now, I am sure that you’ll find this episode just at the right time to gain extra insight, tools, mindfulness and awareness, along with the reminder that together we can be stronger. Mike is a renowned speaker and writer, always sharing prolific ways in which everyday experiences can create moments of wisdom and growth.


Link to join my Journey Forward® Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/173854486658557/?hc_location=ufi


Learn more about Mike: Mike Robbins is the author of five books, including his latest, We’re All in This Together: Creating a Team Culture of High Performance, Trust, and Belonging. He’s a sought-after speaker and consultant who delivers keynotes and seminars for some of the top organizations in the world. For the past 20 years he has partnered with clients like Google, Wells Fargo, Microsoft, Schwab, eBay, Genentech, the NBA, the Oakland A’s, and many others. Mike is a regular contributor to Forbes, hosts a weekly podcast called We’re All in This Together, and his books have been translated into 15 different languages. For more info about him and his work, visit https://mike-robbins.com


Follow him on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikedrobbins/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mikerobbinspage/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mrobbins/

Check out Mike’s new book you can get on preorder: https://mike-robbins.com/together/

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57: The Resilience Effect

In this episode, I talk with Francis Piche, who has made it his life’s work to focus on resilience and mindset. I love the definition he shares, that resilience isn’t necessarily about “bouncing back” after adversity, but rather, it’s about how you “bounce forward”. We all have an opportunity to choose our response to what curveballs life throws at us, and mindset, along with the framework of tools will help you to get there. Francis shares many aspects of how to bring more resilience into your life and the power that it can have on you, including how to attain lasting happiness. At a time that the world is craving healing, it feels like we are all going to be put to the test of our own resilience, so this feels like a timely, and timeless, topic.


To join the Journey Forward® Facebook group where you can receive daily meditations and mindfulness tools with Joree: 



To learn more about Francis:

Francis Piché is the host of The Resilience Element Show that explores how individuals can follow their heart to accomplish their dreams despite delay and adversity encountered along the way.

Raised in Quebec, Francis began cutting his teeth in sales at just 8-years-old by going door-to-door selling products for charities and fundraisers. Pounding the pavement pounded into Francis a love for connecting with people and fueled his meteoric rise to top sales performer status at multiple international corporations, including Xerox.

Soon after, Francis realized sales teams driven by numbers and dollar signs alone resulted in individuals who felt defined by numbers and disillusioned by signs of despair. Refusing to believe that making massive money and having huge happiness must exist in opposition, Francis embarked on a journey to discover the key element to sustained and sustainable satisfaction in life. His answer? The Resilience Element.

Hoping to share his resilience revelation with the world and help others discover it for themselves, Francis created The Resilience Element Show. Each episode contains inspiring and entertaining interviews with celebrities and remarkable leaders as they explore the ups, downs, do’s and don’ts on the journey to following your heart and making it big.


Follow Francis: 

https://theresilienceelement.com – Website. Complimentary Quick Start Guide Available

https://www.facebook.com/theresilienceelement/ – The Resilience Element FB Page

https://www.facebook.com/groups/159371571259999/ – The Resilience Element Documentary Community

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56: The Universe is Calling…How are You Answering?

I believe that we are being called upon by the Universe to slow down and reflect upon how we’ve been living our lives, and choose a new, more intentional way of being. For some, this is like a gift of time; for others, it’s been the very thing they’ve been living distractedly and defending against. Regardless, now is the time to face what’s hard to face, and choose how we can best be during these uncertain times. In this episode, I talk about the various aspects of how to integrate tools of acceptance, allowing, being present (and more!), and how these are the very tools to get us all through these universal challenges we are facing as a humanity.


If you are needing extra support right now, please email me at [email protected]


Some links I mention in the episode:


Body Scan meditation: https://joreerose.com/bodyscanmeditation/?fbclid=IwAR3GH7mN_vRgCWijXGINO0pwwanvQj0i2f3eWnBBkaynHBTRGqBJkzgozzk


Link to join my Journey Forward® Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/173854486658557/?hc_location=ufi


Link to my KTLA tv spot talking about Disaster Anxiety: https://ktla.com/morning-news/dealing-with-disaster-anxiety-with-therapist-joree-rose/

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55: Managing Overwhelming Emotions

In light of the coronavirus, this is going to be the first of many episodes in which I’ll be offering you tools to manage your overwhelming emotions at this time of unprecedented worldwide pandemic and self-quarantining.


It’s only natural for us all to be experiencing some degree of anxiety, fear, sadness, loss, confusion, overwhelm during this time. There is so much unknown, there are so many plans that we’ve had to cancel or postpone, there is loneliness, isolation and of course our emotions will be along for the ride. Having tools to know what to do when these emotions start to take over will be more helpful now than ever. In this episode, I interview psychotherapist Hilary Jacobs Hendel who guides us through a framework known as the change triangle to map where our emotions are, and how to notice when our inhibitory emotions (such as anxiety, shame and guilt) or defensive emotions (such as depression, resistance, addiction, denial, etc…) are blocking us from feeling our core emotions (joy, sadness, fear, anger, disgust or excitement). I also add the framework of mindfulness for how we can name our emotions to be able to calm our brain and body.


To learn more about Hilary and her work: Hilary Jacobs Hendel, LCSW, takes the complex world of emotions and makes them easy to understand and work with for greater peace, calm and confidence. She is the developer of the Change Triangle tool for emotional health. Hilary is also the author of the award-winning self-help book on emotions called, “It’s Not Always Depression: Working the Change Triangle to Listen to the Body, Discover Core Emotions, and Connect to Your Authentic Self” (Random House, 2018). She is a certified psychoanalyst and AEDP psychotherapist and supervisor. She has published articles in The New York Times, TIME, Oprah, Salon, and professional journals. Hilary also consulted on the psychological development of characters on AMC’s Mad Men. Hilary’s blog on emotions and how to use them for wellbeing is read worldwide. For more FREE resources on emotions and emotional health, visit: www.hilaryjacobshendel.com


Website: www.hilaryjacobshendel.com

Blog: https://www.hilaryjacobshendel.com/hilarys-blog

Facebook: Facebook.com/AuthorHilaryJacobsHendel

Twitter: @HilaryJHendel

Instagram: Hilary Jacobs Hendel

The Change Triangle YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxRHckyznerWhoSkPBozgfA

Order It’s Not Always Depression: Working the Change Triangle to Listen to the Body, Discover Core Emotions, and Connect to Your Authentic Self (Random House, 2018): https://www.amazon.com/Its-Not-Always-Depression-Authentic/dp/0399588140/ref=tmm_hrd_title_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1571581643&sr=8-1

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54: Mindful Arts for Kids

In this episode, Andrew Nance talks about his passion for bringing mindful creative play to kids in schools. With a previous long-term career in theater, Andrew has developed programs to bring into schools teaching mindfulness through various aspects of the creative arts. He explains ways that parents can incorporate some of these practices with their kids at home, and the benefits received through the creative process for tapping into their emotions, their breath and their body. Every kid (and parent!) could learn how to utilize these tools for not only emotional regulation, but to deepen one’s own self-awareness, presence and creativity. This is really a beautiful episode!


Andrew’s Bio: Andrew Nance is the Founder and Lead Trainer for Mindful Arts San Francisco (MASF). Additionally, he offers trainings and assemblies around the globe for libraries, schools, and school districts to provide the principles of mindfulness to students and staff. His mindfulness training comes from Mindful Schools, Spirit Rock Meditation Center, Omega and Esalen. A graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, for almost two decades, he was the Conservatory Director of The New Conservatory Theatre Center, providing educational theater experiences for thousands of Bay Area youth and adults.


He is the author of four Mindfulness books, the popular PUPPY MIND, & MINDFUL ARTS in the CLASSROOM, THE LION IN ME, is published by Parallax Press. THE BAREFOOT KING is ready for pre-order (Shambhala /Bala Books. Release date, MAY 2020). Contact him at: [email protected]


Learn more at:www.mindfulartssf.org

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53: What’s Holding You Back?

Yeah!! This episode marks my 1st full year complete of having my podcast and I wanted to do not only an episode of reflection, but of some of the roadblocks that I’ve overcome to reach and accomplish my goals over the past year. I could have had so many things stopping me: not being ready, not knowing how, feeling self-doubt, or believing old stories of “I can’t do that.” And I chose to look past all of those and instead focus on my vision, my passion and my impact I could make on others by providing an outlet for my voice. So as you listen, I ask you to reflect on your past year, make note of your accomplishments and what you are grateful for. And then, coming from that positive mindset, ask yourself what your roadblocks are moving forward, and let those simply be moments to pause and gain clarity, rather than stop and lose momentum. I believe in you! You got this!! (Whatever this may be…) 🙂


And for being a loyal listener, I’m offering a free gift of my online course titled Redefine Yourself – it is a short, 7 session course, each only about 5 minutes long, that guides you through uncovering where you are stuck in your life (whether it be outdated habits, unskillful patterns or old limiting belief systems) and walks you through a framework of cultivating deeper awareness and compassion in shifting your relationship to what’s holding you back. Then, you will connect with your values as the basis for intention setting in creating a lasting path towards change.

Link: https://joreerose.com/online-courses/

Coupon code: freegift

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52: The Joy of Missing Out

How often are you so busy with the minutiae of your life that you feel like you are missing out on what is most important? Life is not going to slow down on it’s own, so it’s up to us to find ways to beat the busyness of everyday life with managing careers, parenting, relationships, the house, self-care…the list goes on! Well, thankfully Tonya Dalton has written the new book The Joy of Missing Out in which she has created frameworks and systems as life hacks to not only save us time, but allow for more joy. Everyone needs these tools!


Learn more about Tonya: Tonya Dalton is a productivity expert, author, speaker and founder of inkWELL Press Productivity Co, a company centered around productivity tools and training. She released her book, The Joy of Missing Out, with Harper Collins in the fall of 2019, which has been named a top ten business book of the year by Fortune Magazine.


Tonya’s messages about business management, productivity, and the pursuit of passion have impacted thousands and inspired her to launch her podcast, Productivity Paradox which has surpassed more than a million downloads. Her podcast regularly ranks in the top 50 of all business management podcasts on Apple Podcasts.


Tonya has been featured on Real Simple, Entrepreneur, Inc., Apartment Therapy, Lauren Conrad, and Fast Company among other places. Tonya has received the  Enterprising Woman of the Year Award and has been named North Carolina’s Female Entrepreneur to Watch by The Ladders.


Follow Tonya: 

Website: https://www.joyofmissingout.com/

The Joy of Missing Out book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R4T8YVQ/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1Tonya Dalton Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tonya.i.dalton/Tonya Dalton 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tonya.i.dalton/

inkWELL Press Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/inkwellpress/

inkWELL Press Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/inkwellpress/


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51: The Ultimate Relationship is Possible

In this week’s episode, I’m talking with my fiance, John Schinnerer, about some of the ways to have the Ultimate Relationship. We have recently launched our couple’s coaching package, and of course, are super excited about our retreat coming up in Costa Rica, Sept. 12-19, 2020. We are going to be doing multiple episodes together, but in this first one, we start off talking about the tools of capitalization (matching your partner’s positive good energy), making repair attempts, and tools for effective communication. Be sure to stay tuned for our upcoming episodes together, and if you want to work with us, or hold your spot for our retreat, click here: www.theultimaterelationship.com


To learn more about John: www.theevolvedcaveman.com

Or follow on IG: @theevolvedcaveman

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50: Are you MAD? (Making A Difference)

This interview with John Shearer comes all the way from Australia, where he shares his inspirational story of his journey towards lasting wellness, and now how he is MAD (making a difference!). Many years ago, he got into an accident that left him with many physical injuries, deep mental suffering, and even shock treatments to help with his suicidality. A chance visit by an old friend changed his life forever on Mental Health Day in 1997. This led John to a “spiritual awakening” where he realized that he didn’t have to believe the prognosis that all the doctors had given him that he’d never be able to work again or go off meds. Mindfulness provided him what he never thought he could have – his life back. And he has now dedicated his life to providing others the tools to live their best, healthiest life. 


John’s Bio: John Shearer is an Australian Mindfulness Master, Intuitive Life Coach, Peer Support Specialist, Hypnotherapist and ACT Therapist. (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) He has vast experience coaching, teaching and mentoring people (including youth), especially those who have been diagnosed with more serious mental ‘illness’. Over 1 million people ‘like’ his facebook pages, Mindfulness Mentor and Spiritual Mentor. He is the founder of mindfullyMAD.org (mindfully Making A Difference) and the Mindfulness Mentoring Institute.




Connect with John:




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49: Are you ready to take sexy back?

Alright ladies – this one is for you! I could have talked to Alexandra Solomon for hours – no wait, make that days!! We cover so much juiciness in this episode about all things relationships, sex, and even how to talk to your kids about sex. I absolutely love when I come across brilliant people, putting forth amazing work, in a relatable and attainable way, and Alexandra is the real deal! Highlighting her new book, Taking Sexy Back, we focus a lot of how women can embrace themselves and their sexuality in a healthy, positive, and fun way. And teaser…you’ll want to listen all the way through to the end…there’s talk about the clitoris that I promise you, you won’t want to miss!


Alexandra’s bio: Dr. Alexandra H. Solomon is the author of Taking Sexy Back: How to Own Your Sexuality and Create the Relationships You Want (New Harbinger; February 2, 2020)  and Loving Bravely: Twenty Lessons of Self-Discovery to Help You Get the Love You Want (New Harbinger, 2017), as well as the author of articles and chapters for leading academic journals and books in the field of marriage and family. She is  a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at Northwestern University, a lecturer in the School of Education and Social Policy at Northwestern University and a licensed clinical psychologist at The Family Institute at Northwestern University. Dr. Solomon maintains a psychotherapy practice for individual adults and couples, teaches and trains marriage and family therapy graduate students, and teaches the internationally renowned undergraduate course, “Building Loving and Lasting Relationships: Marriage 101.” Dr. Solomon is a highly sought-after speaker who works with groups including the United States Military Academy at West Point, Microsoft, and The American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, and she is frequently asked to talk about love, sex, and marriage with such media outlets as The Today Show, O Magazine, The Atlantic, Vogue, and Scientific American.    


IG: @dr.alexandra.solomon

FB: Dr. Alexandra Solomon

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48: What You Gain When You Lose

You guys – this is seriously an inspirational conversation I had with Brianna Bernard. She was a week postpartum with her son, having gained over 75 pounds in her pregnancy, when she realized she needed to make a massive change in her life. Through inspiration and then taking action, over the next few years, she lost over a 100 pounds, got divorced, became a personal trainer, is a happy single mom, and even made it into People’s magazine yearly issue on people who’ve lost over 100lbs. What she gained, is so much more than what she lost, and it is such an inspiration to hear her journey forward of perseverance and finding herself – her power, her joy, her sense of self, her career and her strength. 


Brianna’s bio: After gaining 70 pounds during her pregnancy, Brianna Bernard’s weight escalated to 245 pounds. With a newborn baby and a failing marriage at home, find out how Brianna took control of her life, changed her habits and mindset and lost 100 pounds in one year, launched a successful fitness business and created the life of her dreams!



Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/briannabernard100

Instagram: www.instagram.com/briannabernardfitness

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47: Reparenting the Child Within Us

How is the emotional conditioning that came about in our first 6 years of our lives determining the lens through which we see the world through today? When we can unwind that conditioning from our early childhood that did not serve us, we can create transformation today and allow ourselves to deeply connect to our true essence. In this interview with Ashley Avinashi, who created Raising Humanity, which is an international organization created transformative healing for parents to return to their best selves, we talk about how we can heal our inner child so we can show up fully and whole. She has created this community and transformations, even for adults who are not parents themselves, but are in need of healing. In our state of challenged humanity right now, this is both powerful and necessary for our collective healing. 


Ashley is a certified as coach practitioner and in conscious parenting, as well as transpersonal therapy, along with a best-selling author of the book, Ignite Your Parenting.


Learn more at www.raisinghumanity.com

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46: What Masks Are You Wearing

We all wear masks. And for different reasons. But at what point are our masks no longer able to hide what we are really feeling? Who is it that we are really hiding from? Ourselves, or the rest of the world? In this emotional, powerful and compelling interview with Ashanti Branch, founder of the Ever Forward Club, he talks about his journey from a middle school teacher to finding his purpose connecting with inner city youth to help them not only feel heard and seen but to give them the courage to look beneath their masks and even the courage to remove it. He’s committed to the #100kmasks challenge to help people over 100,000 people all over the world remove their masks. Are you ready to look beneath yours?


Ashanti’s bio: Mr. Branch, born and raised by a single mother on welfare in Oakland, California, took the road less traveled to get out of the ghetto and attended one of California’s premier engineering colleges, California Polytechnic – San Luis Obispo. Ashanti studied Civil Engineering and worked as a construction project manager in his first career. After tutoring struggling students and realizing his true passion was teaching, Mr. Branch changed careers. He had suddenly found the “fire” that was missing in his life and he hoped to ignite a similar enthusiasm in his young students.

In 2004 as a first year teacher, Ashanti started The Ever Forward Club to provide a support group for African American and Latino males, who were not achieving to the level of their potential. Since then, The Ever Forward Club has grown to serve both young men and women and become a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. The Ever Forward Club has helped 100% of its members to graduate high school and 93% of them have gone on to attend college.


With over 19 years mentoring youth and 10 of those years as a math teacher educating inner city youth, Ashanti was awarded with a Fulbright Exchange Fellowship to India, a Rotary Club Cultural Ambassadorial Fellowship to Mexico and a 2010 Teacher of the Year Award from the Alameda-Contra Costa County Math Educators.

Mr. Branch is on a mission to change the way that students interact with their education and the way schools interact with students.


Learn more about EverForward: https://everforwardclub.org

And watch this video on how people are becoming aware of their masks : https://youtu.be/ETI2cNgAoaw

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45: Stop Missing Your Life

We all move too fast. We all are on autopilot. We often don’t know how to slow down. And the impact of these habits or patterns is that we miss out on our own lives. We miss out on what’s going on around us and what’s happening inside of us. How we relate to what we are experiencing, impacts the experience itself. In this interview, with an old friend of mine, Cory Muscara, talks about the implication on our health, happiness and ability to be present when we practice the tools of mindfulness and meditation.


Cory’s bio: Cory Muscara is an international speaker and teacher on the topics of presence and well-being. He believes that when people are deeply fulfilled, they are a better force in the world for other beings, the environment, and their communities. For several years he taught mindfulness-based leadership at Columbia University and currently serves as an assistant instructor of positive psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2012, Cory spent 6 months in silence living as a monk in Burma, meditating 14+ hours per day, and now aims to bring these teachings to people in a practical and usable way, presenting to schools, organizations and healthcare systems, as well as through workshops and retreats for the general public. Named by Dr. Oz as one of the nation’s leading experts on mindfulness, his meditations have now been heard more than 10 million times in over 100 countries. Cory is host of the popular daily podcast, Practicing Human, and the author of Stop Missing Your Life: How to Be Deeply Present in an Un-Present World.


Cory’s Links:



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44: Let Your Sh*T Go

Joree guides you through how to let your shit go in preparation for not just the new year, but the new decade. She guides you to reflect back on not only 2019, but the whole decade, and take a compassionate look at what isn’t serving you and what you need to release in order to allow you to bring into your life what you need to live fully and authentically in the new year to come. The best way Joree has found to let her shit go is to create ritual and practice; after meditation, write down the things that you want to let go of and release it to the Universe. Tune into this inspirational episode to prepare you for this New Year.


And if you want extra guidance and tools to continue to Journey Forward® in the new year, check out what Joree is offering with her online coaching, courses and retreats.




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43: The process of becoming unHidden

In this interview with Rob Kandell, he shares how his journey has led him to coach men in how evolve and break from the outdated rhetoric and socialization in which they’ve been modeled.  He’s showing men how to live up to the bar that their women are raising for them. From understanding the culture of entitlement that men historically and culturally have had, you can see how it’s negatively impacted the quality of healthy relationships. If you are in a relationship with a man, or you are a man who seeks to be in a healthy and effective relationship, then this interview is worth your time. 


Rob’s Bio: Robert Kandell is an interpersonal communication expert, speaker, podcaster and the author of the bestselling book, unHIDDEN: A Book for Men and Those Confused by Them. Since 2002, Robert’s mission has been to help people find themselves and use their internal power to live their best lives. He has helped thousands of students up-level their communication, leading them to live more balanced, energized, connected and purposeful lives.Robert is a veteran of many worlds, having moved seamlessly from corporate America and the startup world, to becoming an authority in the personal development sphere, to building an international 8-figure business and authoring a bestselling book. He is the host of the podcast, Tuff Love, where he puts his compassionate, hard-hitting insight to work helping people move forward in their lives with clarity. He has been described as “part football coach, part loving dad and part slightly crazed drill sergeant”. His style is challenging, fraternal, highly rewarding, and definitely not for the faint-hearted.

Website & Social Media Links:


Website: https://www.robertkandell.com 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kandellconsulting / https://www.facebook.com/robert.kandell Twitter: https://twitter.com/Robertkandell @RobertkandellInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/robert.kandell/ @robert.kandell

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42: How to be a Spiritual Entrepreneur

You are the expert on yourself and when you realize that you’re not wrong, in the eyes of others or yourself, everything shifts. Despite a history of trauma, and 2 death experiences, Angelina Lombardo shares her courageous journey in how she healed and used her awareness to shift how she moves through the world, and how that ultimately has led to her personal and professional successes. This compelling interview demonstrates how to truly never give up, and how through healing and perseverance, your awakening – both literal and spiritual – will guide you to your highest self. 


Angelina’s Bio: Angelina Lombardo is a bestselling author, relationship and trauma expert, and the “entrepreneur whisperer.” She specializes in helping people identify, refine, and accomplish their dreams by combining her unique skills as a spiritual leader, business maven, coach, and healer. Through a diverse journey, both practical and mystical, Angelina has leveraged experience as a chef, midwife, and builder of several successful businesses in her coaching and leadership career. She is a heart-centered hustla’, driven to bring about positive change on the personal, local, and global levels – all while living into each connected moment.

Having spent the last twenty-eight years as an entrepreneur, she knows not only the ins and outs of building and managing a successful business, but also how to integrate and align that business with her heart and soul. She’s discovered how best to position her businesses as complementary components of her successful and fulfilling life, and is a natural conduit for sharing those lessons with her family, friends, and clients.

As a trauma-informed coach, she’s acquired the kind of expertise that can only be gained by going through fire, which informs her work at every level. Through sacred, radical leadership, and a results-oriented approach, she balances her effective process with a knack for tailoring her guidance specifically for each unique individual she interacts with. 

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41: How Do You Master Your Energy?

Everything in the world is energy and we have the capacity to either lean into the energy around us, and have it propel us in our lives or our businesses for the better, or we can be victim and think the world is just happening to us. But when you realize the power you have in shifting your relationship to the energy, you gain control of your life. In this interview with Tamara Arnold, she shares how listening to the messages she was receiving is what allowed her to get out of her “depression chair” and harness her awareness and energy into doing one thing each day to make her life better today than it was yesterday.



Tamara’s bio: Tamara Arnold is a three time International Best Selling Author, Mamapreneur, Mental Health Advocate, Energy Reader and Spiritual Badass. Creator of the Own Your

Intuitive podcast, and founder of The Chakra Business Academy, Tamara helps empaths, healers and coaches create space within themselves to hold success so they can make a bigger impact on the world with their stardust. 


Through her work, Tamara teaches her clients how to remove blocks, stop self sabotage, and gain clarity in each energy center in the body. 


Tamara lives in St. Catharines, Ontario with her husband, four kids, chihuahua Lily and black cat Salem. She loves New Kids on the Block and is a huge YA fantasy novel book nerd.


Social media links: 




Tamara is happy to offer a free copy of my book The Magical Business Method if that works for you. It ties into the energy of the chakras and how to use them in business. Www.tamaraarnold.ca/freebook

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40: Find Your Awesome!

In this episode of Journey Forward®, Joree interviews Kelsey Abbot – an instigator of joy!! We talk about the ways to embrace your uniqueness, how to not need to fit the mold of what others expect of you, and embrace your awesome authenticity. And when you can quiet your inner critic’s negative energy, and instead transform your inner critic to be your inner superhero, you can transform your relationship yourself and ultimately find your awesome!

Kelsey’s Bio: Kelsey Abbott is a Confidence Coach & Instigator of Joy, writer, speaker and host of the Find Your Awesome podcast. She helps spiritual adventurers remember who they are and why they’re here so they can uplevel with ease. She helps them learn to really truly love themselves, shed the shoulds, embrace their own unique greatness and SPARKLE. 

Kelsey studied at the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (IPEC) where she

earned certifications as a Certified Professional Coach, Energy Leadership

Master Practitioner and COR.E Performance coach. She also studied at the

Applied Neuroscience Institute, earning her NeuroPositive Certificate in using neuroscience to change how the brain processes challenges.


Before becoming a Confidence Coach, Kelsey was a nationally-recognized science writer and

marine biologist, working in DC, Seattle, Hawaii and Barbados, training

dolphins and studying killer whales in the process. A competitive swimmer for

most of her life, Kelsey transitioned to triathlons where she now competes at the national and international level.


After a decade in Maine and 16 months of traveling around the U.S. in a small camper, Kelsey now lives in Sarasota, Florida with her husband and dog.   


Website: https://www.kelseyabbott.com/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kelseyabbottcpc/

The Find Your Awesome Podcast:https://www.kelseyabbott.com/podcast

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/findyourawesome/

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39: Thanksliving

During the holiday season, especially Thanksgiving, it’s often more heightened in our awareness to be grateful. It is after all, a holiday all about giving thanks. But what about a gratitude practice all year round? Or more importantly, living in thanks?? Generally as soon as Black Friday comes around, we are rushing to buy more of what we probably don’t need and have forgotten about appreciating what we already have. In this episode, Joree talks about the power of gratitude and suggests ways to embody it as a daily practice, beyond the holiday season. 


In case you don’t know what to be grateful for, here’s some suggestions: https://www.dropbox.com/s/alxgcz7dkqspkzp/100%20things%20to%20be%20grateful%20for.docx?dl=0

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38: Your Last Bad Day

I love this conversation with Michael O’Brien in which he shares his journey forward after having been in a bad biking accident when he was 33 years old, and how this woke him up to live on purpose. His subsequent positive mindset created a shift all areas of his life and career. (And so fun that I got to share the meaning of the number 33, and its power in numerology, which fits so well into the big picture of his story!) He turned this hardship into triumph and inspires others through his coaching.


Michael’s Bio: Michael O’Brien is the Chief Shift Officer at Peloton Coaching. He has a unique mixture of “in the trenches” executive healthcare leadership expertise and an inspirational story that he calls his Last Bad Day story. It helped him shift his perspective on what is possible at work and in life. 

Today he elevates successful corporate leaders and their teams by preventing bad moments from turning into bad days and has shared his story with TEDx, ABC, Entrepreneur, Fast Company and with companies like Novartis, Pfizer, and Brother International. 

Michael’s a strong male ally for women’s leadership and empowerment causes. He’s the first male President of a Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association chapter and gives all the proceeds of this award-winning, best-selling memoir, Shift: Creating Better Tomorrows to World Bicycle Relief. They help girls conquer the challenge of distance by providing mobility and access to education, healthcare, and the market.

Also, here is a link to his new book, My Last Bad Day: https://www.mylastbadday.com/get-your-copy 

It’s a great holiday gift and you can use the code: “Shift” to get a break on the S & H. The actual book is free.

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37: The Power of Forgiveness

In this compelling interview, Orlando Bowen shares the ultimate courage in his journey forward as he shows the true power of forgiveness. Having used his professional football career as a platform for creating positive change in conversation with the police force and the community, he found himself brutally attacked by an off duty officer, threatened his life, ruining his football career, and ultimately lead him to his true life’s mission. His inspiring story begs you to question how you can, or have the possibility to, truly practice forgiveness and choose compassion over hate. 

Orlando’s bio: Orlando Bowen M.Sc., B.Sc.


Orlando Bowen’s mission is to inspire people to be GameChangers in the lives of others. GameChangers influence the path, perspective or possibilities for others and inspire people to see beyond their circumstances as they pursue excellence.


Orlando has been motivating corporate audiences for years through keynotes and through his role of founder and Executive Director of One Voice One Team Youth Leadership Organization. He equips people to get off the sidelines and become GameChangers in business and life.


Orlando has been recognized for his work by; Being awarded a QUEEN’S DIAMOND JUBILEE MEDAL, a national HARRY JEROME AWARD, a national CANADIAN YOUTH LEADERSHIP AWARD and is the feature of a nationally televised W-5 documentary entitled Personal Foul.


To book Orlando for company/organization keynotes and workshops, please visit www.orlandobowen.com/booking/


To inquire about school programming, please visit www.onevoiceoneteam.org

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36: Stop Saying “Don’t Worry” To Your Kids

As prompted by the recent wildfires raging through CA, I have been speaking a lot about how parents can talk to their kids about how to manage difficult emotions. It’s a typical parenting response to say, “Oh don’t worry – everything is going to be fine,” and when parents say that to their kid, they fail to connect compassionately with their child, and completely overlook what their child is feeling. The last thing a child is going to do is not worry just because you told them not to worry. This episode is full of valuable information on how you can learn a new set of effective, compassionate parenting tools so you can communicate with your child in a way that makes them feel seen, heard and validated. 


If this spoke to you, I’d love to hear a comment in the reviews. And I recently was on KTLA morning news talking about this very topic. Here’s a link to my complete segment: https://ktla.com/2019/11/03/dealing-with-disaster-anxiety-with-therapist-joree-rose/

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35: Does Your Relationship Need a Reset?

If you’re in a relationship, you need to listen to this conversation. Jen Elmquist imparts so much wisdom regarding how to thrive in your relationship, how your relationship will grow, evolve and change over the course of its life, and how you can help prevent it from becoming stagnant. Also, make sure you tune in until the end; Jen shares her framework on the different stages that relationships go through – which is something I think everyone can relate to – and when we are armed with this information, the better we can navigate the unknown waters ahead.


Link: jenelmquist.com


Throughout two decades of professional experience, Jen Elmquist, LMFT has established the ability to motivate and transform individuals, couples, and audiences of all ages. By tapping into her background in communications, media, and mental health, she develops and delivers innovative, outcome-based programs to generate positive learning environments and enhanced personal growth. 

Jen’s work includes teaching, coaching and therapy for adults and adolescents in clinical, corporate and educational settings, along with a specialization in couple relationships. She is an AAMFT Nationally Approved Supervisor and an Adjunct Faculty member at Saint Mary’s University, Graduate School of Health and Human Services in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She currently provides consulting services out of her company, Restoration Productions.

In 2017 Jen launched her first book, Relationship Reset: Secrets from a Couples Therapist that will Revolutionize Your Love for a Lifetime which received a Benjamin Franklin award from the Independent Book Publishers Association. 

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34: Let ‘Taking Action’ Be Your Goal

I absolutely love a conversation in which I’m inspired to start taking action towards change! And better yet – I love it when it’s fresh, new info presented in an attainable, straightforward manner. Irene is full of such simplistic wisdom, including how to use mindfulness as a practice into healthy eating and ultimately creating a healthy life. And the best part of her frameworks from which she teaches?? Food is not the first thing to create awareness around!! Tune in to find out how to start creating lasting, healthy change right now! 


Connect with Irene:

www.irenepace.ca (complimentary book download from here!)






Irene’s Bio:

Irene Pace is a Registered Dietitian, author, and speaker with over 15 years of experience helping people like you make the changes that matter most. With her confident, easy style, she’ll empower you to see and leverage the skills you already have to improve your eating, your body, and your life.


From advanced clinical work at a lead trauma hospital to helping coach hundreds of women online with a world-class Precision Nutrition, Irene’s unique cross-industry experience shines through in her simple yet effective, practical approach. 


She’ll cut through the obstacles and confusion holding you back, and shape a clear path from eating struggle to serenity!

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33: Be an Inspirator of Your Own Life

This conversation with Erin Kreitz Shirey is so full of inspiration as she talks about what it means to be an Inspirator! This word made up by her young daughter, means to have inspiration and be a motivator in one! With a background in fitness and wellness, Erin brings these tools to all the women she works with, to help empower others to be their best selves! As she says, the inner work transforms the outer work, in all that we do, and know that you are the magic ticket for all the changes you want to make! Erin encourages others to get comfortably uncomfortable so you can start to create change, to step into your bliss.



Find out more about Erin at: erinkreitzshirey.com

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32: “And, not But…”

This conversation is with the amazing and insightful Silvy Khoucasian, who imparts beautiful wisdom and tools on how to create effective and healthy relationships. Bringing her personal experience of being raised within two different cultures along with being an introvert and sensitive person, she, along with her training, uses an intuitive approach to help couples connect, be vulnerable and thrive. A big focus of our conversation is on boundaries, and Silvy highlights invaluable tools that any couple can implement as soon as they’re done listening. And the title of this episode highlights one of my most favorite awarenesses that I learned while in my couple’s therapy, and this shift in language is the #1 thing that can impact your thinking and communication.


Silvy’s Bio:

Silvy Khoucasian earned her Master’s Degree in Psychology from Phillips Graduate Institute, and her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Silvy was born in Saudi Arabia and immigrated to the United States at the age of 4 years from Syria with her immediate family. Silvy also has a rich background in the theatrical arts as well as in film production. She has always been drawn to the field of Psychology and continues to learn from those she admires in the field. She currently works as a relationship coach and supports singles and couples by offering them practical tools for the real world.

Silvy’s boundaries program: https://bryanreeves.com/boundaries-silvy/

Silvy’s Instagram link :https://www.instagram.com/silvykhoucasian/

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31: Intuitive Eating and Gut Health

I love this conversation with Jayne Williams!  Tune into our talk about how to change your health and your body, starting with mindfulness awareness. She gives super helpful information including the 5 foods to bring into your diet that will naturally improve your gut health. 


Jayne’s Bio:


Jayne Williams, C.H.H.C, A.A.D.P, N.L.C


Jayne is a Certified Integrative Health and Nutrition Expert and long-time advocate of health and nutrition. Having suffered for many years with gut and stress related issues, Jayne empowered herself to learn everything she could to get healthy and, in turn, has made it her life’s work to help others to do the same. She now helps her clients improve their health in a clear-cut attainable approach, by gradually introducing healthy eating habits and living practices specific to their body and lifestyle. Most importantly, she works with each client to create a personalized plan of action that supports both their short and long term health goals.  


Jayne is a former fitness instructor, journalist and served as the CEO of the American Red Cross in South Central Connecticut overseeing various health care programs and classes. She received her training from The Institute for Integrative Nutrition and is a Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner through the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. Jayne is currently pursuing her Masters of Science in Nutrition and Integrative Health from Maryland University, is ACE Trainer Certified, Nutritious Life Certified, and has an additional Certification in Gut Health. 


Originally from Connecticut, Jayne now lives in Orlando, Florida with her daughter and husband.



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30: Money, Mindset & Magic

Tune into a fun and enlightening conversation with Emily King, a wealth and abundant coach, who shares the tools on how to use your power of mindset, and a bit of woo-woo, to bring into your life what you most want. 


Emily’s Bio:

Emily King is a wealth & abundance coach and founder of The Rich Woman. Since 2015 she’s worked with 100’s of women to help them create a loving relationship with money so they can massively increase their income and their impact!

She’s a self-proclaimed money manifesting master and she’s on a mission to help women across the world live their best ever “Rich Woman” lives – a life of financial freedom, fulfillment and fun. 

When she’s not coaching her tribe of Rich Women, you can find her hiking the trails with her hubby and their miniature wiener dog, Charles.

Learn more at: https://www.therichwoman.ca

Instagram: https://instagram.com/therichwoman.inc?igshid=1j7ao83l5mkm1

Download an abundance meditation: https://emilyking.kartra.com/page/jiP9   Facebook page is: www.facebook.com/emilykingco 

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28: There is no rule book for parenting

September not only is self-care awareness month, but as all kids are now back in school, it’s a time for parents to reground and center themselves in preparation for the busyness that the school year brings. Parents have really great intentions, but often poor execution as they lack the tools to parent effectively to the kid they have, not the one they hoped, wished, or thought they had. Joree delves into tools to help parents parent effectively and compassionately. 



To check out her booklet, Take A Mindful Minute, which offers parents and kids the opportunity to build a joint mindfulness practice, click here to download if for free: https://joreerose.com/download-free-booklet/

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27: Unf*ck Your Intimacy

I’m talking about sex again!! In this conversation with Faith Harper, we talk about sex, intimacy, trauma, relationships and everything in between! Faith is not only an expert in the field of sex and therapy, but she normalizes all human behavior and frames it in a way that is so fun to talk about (she says the F-word a lot!). If you want to be able to show up more authentically in your relationships, and more importantly, with yourself, you’ve got to work through your shit. 

Faith’s Bio:

Dr. Faith Harper is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Board Supervisor in the State of Texas, with postdoctoral certifications in Nutrition (ACN) and Sexology (ACS). She is the bestselling author of UNFUCK YOUR BRAIN, as well as a continuing series of books on various topics within mental health, from Microcosm Publishing. Dr. Harper presented at the TedX conference in San Antonio in 2013 on the topic of “Shame, Sex, and Silence.” A (mostly) complete record of her work can be found at www.theintimacydr.com

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26: Let’s Talk About Sex

In this titillating conversation with writer and sex researcher Melanie Curtin, we talk about all things sex. Her research has uncovered some trends that you’ll want to know about – whether you’re a man or a woman – and how you can learn some ways of communicating with your partner to have a pleasurable and connecting sex life. Definitely don’t miss this episode!!


Melanie’s Bio:


Melanie Curtin is a sex researcher with a Master’s from Stanford. She uses data to help men and couples communicate about sex with one another so they can have hotter sex, more frequently. Melanie is also a columnist at Inc., where her pieces have garnered over 10 million pageviews worldwide, and she has been published or seen on TODAY, HuffPost, Forbes, Business Insider, The New York Observer, and more.


You can find Melanie at: http://www.melaniecurtin.com


And she’s made a promo code for the Journey Forward® tribe called JOURNEYFORWARD. It’s for $100 off the course (which is $497)! Find out more in her website 

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25: What Will Ever Make You Feel Good Enough?

In this interview with Marci Nevin, we talk all things health, nutrition, fitness, healing yourself, mindfulness, self-discovery and all that evolves when we are on that path towards growth. When we are unhappy in our own lives and bodies, it can be easy to use food and exercise to feel better about yourself, though that may only solve a very small piece of where we are stuck. 


Marci’s bio: Marci is a health and wellness coach in Northern California. For the past 12 years she has worked with clients both in person and online, empowering them to rewrite the stories that no longer serve them and overcome the limiting beliefs that hold them back from  becoming the best versions of themselves. 


From a young age, Marci struggled with poor body image and low self worth, which manifested as disordered eating and exercise addiction later in life. She was always searching for something outside herself to make her feel whole and complete, not realizing that what she really needed was within her all along. 


As a result, she developed and autoimmune disease and additional health issues that compromised her quality of life. After years of struggling to get answers through traditional doctors, she began the journey of learning how to heal her body, mind, and spirit holistically. 


Today, Marci believes that self care, stress management, and daily mindset practices, along with proper nutrition and intelligent strength training, are at the foundation of people becoming their most authentic selves. She is passionate about sharing these tools to help others heal from their struggles so they can live balanced, fulfilled lives.  


You can find more of Marci’s work and learn about her services at www.marcinevinfitness.com and on Instagram @marcinevin

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24: The Gift of Awareness

I have to say, this is one of my favorite conversations! Kylie and I talk about all things awareness, spirituality, getting unstuck, alignment, existential crises…and so much more. 

Kylie’s Bio:


Kylie McBeath is the Co-Founder & Chief Visionary of digital wellness community, Zura Health, a Certified Holistic Health Coach, Co-Host of the Zura Health Podcast, Speaker & Writer. She is a multi-passionate, creative being whose mission on this planet is to empower women (and men) with the tools, support, wisdom, and resources they need to live happy, healthy and fulfilling lives. Ultimately, her mission is to raise the consciousness of the entire planet through a higher health & emotional IQ!

Connect with Kylie:  www.kyliemcbeath.com and www.instagram.com/beingisbeautiful

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23: Delving Deeper into Self-Compassion

Even though I recently did an episode on self-compassion, I wanted to delve in deeper because I see it as a place where many people get – and stay – stuck. My goal and purpose in the work that I do is to help you get unstuck from all the habits, patterns, mindsets, old stories or outdated belief systems that are getting in the way of you living your best life. I believe it’s your birthright to be happy, and I want to help guide you there!


Additional tools I’m offering for self-compassion:


Miraval Retreat Tucson, AZ Sept. 8-11, 2019 – https://joreerose.com/retreats/tucson-2019/


Miraval Retreat Austin, TX Oct. 13-16, 2019 – https://joreerose.com/retreats/austin-2019/


If you want to download my Top 10 Tools for Self-Compassion that you can immediately begin to implement, click here: https://joreerose.com/free-10tips


And lastly, if you haven’t already, join my exclusive Facebook group, Journey Forward®: https://www.facebook.com/groups/173854486658557/

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22: Healing through mindful movement

Tune into a fun and insightful interview with Kate Moyer, a yoga therapist, who combines modalities of yoga and mindfulness to heal others. Whether it be old traumas and/or physical pain, or other emotional triggers, we can tune into the mind/body connection and observe how all our shit shows up and often gets stuck in the body. With this awareness, the healing and release can begin. 


Kate’s Bio:

Kate Moyer, E-RYT & C-IAYT also trained in Trauma Sensitive Yoga & Mindfulness based Self-Compassion, has taught yoga for the last 12 years with 4 of those years focusing on group and individual yoga therapy. Her passion is to help people connect their mind and body to promote balance and healing. Kate tailors every session to the individual needs of the client and teaches tools to help with stress and its effects on the mind and body. She believes that anyone can learn to be calm and relaxed with practice.


Free Gifts for you from Kate:

  1. If you subscribe to the ABC’s of Happy you will receive a FREE guide to mindful living
  2. If you use discount code: Journey Forward® you will receive $5 off of any purchase from the ABC’s of Happy. This includes products, private sessions, and online classes. (minimum purchase of $10; one time use per customer)
  3. Kate would like to invite listeners to join any ‘Waking up Together’ online meditation/relaxation class for FREE. All you have to do is choose what date you’d like to join (Sunday’s at 8 p.m. CT) then email Kate the date, your name, and that you are a Journey Forward® listener. 
  4. Kate invites you to be a part of the ABC’s of Happy private Facebook group where she hosts a live talk/meditation on the letter from the ABC’s of Happy she is currently practicing.
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21: Do You Know Your Number on the Enneagram?

I love understanding myself, others, relationships, dynamics…you name it! I also love having a framework for having ways to delve deeper into ourselves, to ultimately know ourselves, and what drives our motivations, patterns of behavior or our deeper drives. This fun, enlightening and informative conversation with Pam Johnson gave me great insight into all the above, and even more so, how this knowledge can aid not only in our healing, but help guide us in our journey forward.


Pam’s Bio: Pam Johnson is a Conscious Community Leader, Life Leadership Coach and Speaker who helps individuals make sense of their reality (themselves, their teams – even their families) using Enneagram wisdom.  The Enneagram is a personality map of consciousness that illuminates autopilot patterns. At a deeper level she helps people to stop bulldozing their dreams and start accessing and using their intuition to direct their lives into living in alignment with their highest values.  This allows us to wake up, show up and “Transform on Purpose” becoming CEO’s of our own lives. Pam has been featured in the “Give Love” documentary and “Your Healthy Living Radio Show”. Pam leads individuals through group coaching programs (Become the CEO of your LIFE), individual group coaching programs (SoulPATH), mentors coaches (The Deep Coaching Institute) and Conscious Community Circles (The Deep Living Institute).”

Three opportunities to work with Pam this fall: 

October:  “Become the CEO of your LIFE”:  https://tinyurl.com/y5gbh332 (Remote Group coaching program – by application only)

October:  Deep Living Circle:  https://tinyurl.com/yye69byf (In person conscious community circle – limited spaces available)

September:  SoulPATH:  https://tinyurl.com/y6dkle5a (1:1 coaching program)


Click here to receive free audio on discovering your enneagram type!


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20: Discovering You 2.0 – Life After Divorce

Join in the conversation with my friend Wendy Sterling who is thriving after divorce and is now coaching women to do the same. After being blindsided by her divorce, Wendy chose to use this opportunity to find the best version of herself amidst the most challenging time in her life. We talk through the steps that women can take so they can do the same, and not let this life transition hold you back from living your best life.


Wendy’s Bio:

Wendy Sterling has devoted her life to empowering women: helping them build confidence, heal wounds and feel unapologetically happy while discovering their best life. As a CPCC and ACC certified coach and soon to be published author, Wendy has gleaned her knowledge and skill from specialized education and a long professional career. More importantly, her distinctive coaching style was born from her own experience of walking through the darkness of divorce from which she emerged stronger, shameless and motivated to ensure NO woman walks the path alone. Wendy uses her life experiences and certifications to transform the lives of women navigating divorce through 1:1 coaching, group coaching (founded Divorce Rehab), workshop leading, and speaking opportunities. Wendy believes that although every woman’s experience is unique, with the right set of tools we may conquer anything.


Facebook: www.facebook.com/wendytsterling

Website: www.wendysterling.net

Instagram: www.instagram.com/youtwopointo

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19: Independence, Freedom and Autonomy

Joree muses and reflects on the 4th of July about what our personal freedoms looks and feels like: Independence – what does that mean to you? What were your visions of what it meant to be independent growing up? Was it freedom to make your own choices, or having your own thoughts? Was it able to go somewhere or do something on your own? Was it in relation to freedom to be yourself – separate from your family, religion or expectations placed on you?

Or do you consider the freedom you have within your own mind? Do your thoughts take over and define you? Are you free from anxiety, stress, depression, body-image issues, self-worth, or habits of being in bad relationships. What about freedom in how you spend your time? Do you have a job that you love or fulfills you or do you feel stuck and confined in shoulds?

What about your relationships with a partner, spouse or loved one? Are you free to be you? I know that all relationships come with compromise and boundary setting, but to what extent are you free to be you? What does independence look like in relationships or in your family, how to be free from negative thoughts or emotions that might rule you and how to be free from toxicity in our lives.


After the free association of thoughts regarding freedom and independence, Joree offers a framework to help you get unstuck from those patterns that might be holding you back. This 6-step guide will help you live your life fully and freely.

Download the free guide now: Get Unstuck. Stay Unstuck. Be Happy. https://joreerose.com/free-e-booklet-guide/

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18: Mindful Self-Compassion – Interview with Natalie Bell

I have a conversation with my friend and colleague Natalie Bell, who teaches Mindfulness Self-Compassion. She shares wonderful insights on how to cultivate these tools that allow us to heal, be free from our inner critic, and be able to shift our mindset towards how we treat ourselves with greater kindness. 


Natalie is the founder of Mindful Wellness, a training and coaching platform to help people find their own source of calm, clarity, and inner resilience. She is the creator of the Thrive Inside Program for Personal Resilience to build an inner voice of support and compassion. As a leading teacher of mindfulness and self-compassion she works with individuals and companies teaching people to be able to manage stress and develop a system of inner support and acceptance. Natalie’s approach brings the benefits of meditation into the practical realm of our daily lives teaching us to discover calm and balance in a common sense, relatable manner.


With over 25 years of experience Natalie has been featured on the Today Show, Travel and Leisure, the LA Times, MSNBC Your Business, and Thrive Global for her passionate embodiment of presence and compassion. She has brought her work to Fortune 500 companies, CEOs and organizations like NBC Universal, the Milken Institute, Getty Foundation, Wharton, and many others.


Natalie is a faculty member of UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center, MARC, as a certified mindfulness teacher. She is one of a distinguished group of certified Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) teachers and serves on the Healthcare Advisory Board of the Center for Mindful Self-Compassion working closely with MSC founders Kristin Neff and Chris Germer.


You can find out more about what Natalie teaches here, www.nataliebell.com


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17: Meditation is Your Relationship to Life Itself – Interview with Leah Santa Cruz

Tune into my conversation with Leah, who is a yoga and meditation teacher living in Bali. She had beautiful visuals and descriptions on how to bring meditation into your life.



Leah’s Bio: Leah Santa Cruz is a teacher at The Yoga Barn in Bali, specializing in Meditation, Mindfulness and Intimacy. She empowers men and women around the world with tools to regain inner clarity, fulfilling relationships and ecstatic joy.


With a background in psychology and neuroscience, alongside a decade working in fast-paced careers for Microsoft and tech startups- Leah understands the devastating effects that overwhelm, past traumas, anxiety and fears have on our inner peace and relationships. She offers solutions to overcome these blocks and thrive through meditation, tantra, mindfulness and emotional intelligence.


Her workshops help men and women strip away years of stress and strengthen their capacity for deeper intimacy, happiness and love.


You can find me on Instagram: @lesant or at my website: www.leahsantacruz.com



Leah has two upcoming offerings:


1) a 100-hr Meditation and Yin Yoga Teacher training in Bali. Sept 4-15th: https://yogaeastwest.com/yin-meditation-100-hour/

2) an 8-day Meditation and Yoga retreat in Tuscany, Italy. Sept 28-Oct. 5th: http://www.vinoandvinyasaretreat.com/

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16: Travel, Adventure, Falling in Love and Matching Tattoos

Tune into to hear Joree and John’s first conversation on how they met, fell in love and took the most epic adventure to Thailand. But even more, learn how these two professionals, a Marriage and Family Therapist and a Psychologist, navigate their relationship in the most real, authentic and inspiring ways.


Dr. John Schinnerer coaches men to perform at their peak from the boardroom to the bedroom.  Dr. John graduated from U.C.  Berkeley with a Ph.D. in educational psychology.  He was an expert consultant for Pixar’s Inside Out.  He has spoken to organizations such as Stanford Medical School, U.C. Berkeley, Kaiser Permanente, Sutter Health, Gap and UPS. He has been featured in national media such as U.S. News and World Report, Readers Digest, and SELF Magazine. Dr. John has worked with Army Rangers, Navy Seals, entrepreneurs, and executives from dozens of Fortune 500 companies. He wrote the award-winning book, “How Can I Be Happy?” His areas of expertise range from high performance, to stress management, to positive psychology, to anger management, to creating happy, thriving relationships.  Over 10,000 people have taken his online anger management course. He recently recorded micro courses on anger management and forgiveness for Simple Habit; they have been listened to over 55,000 times in the first 4 months. Dr. John hosts a podcast to help men evolve, The Evolved Caveman. Visit GuideToSelf.com to learn more about Dr. John.



FB: TheEvolvedCaveman

IG: TheEvolvedCaveman

LinkedIn: DrJohnSchinnerer

Twitter: JohnSchin

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15: What You Seek is Seeking You

After more than 5 years of being on her Journey of self-discovery, mindfulness, meditation, growth and awareness, Joree got divorced, and for the first time in her life started dating. After the initial excitement wore off, she ultimately felt less than enthused with the men she was meeting. Until one day, a quote by the ancient Sufi poet, Rumi, shifted her mindset from resigned to hopeful, as she set intentions for what she wanted to bring into her life. With the clarity of her needs defined, Joree meditated on, then released it, to the Universe…only to meet John 10 days later. Manifestation at its finest!!

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14: What’s Your Board, What’s Your Cushion?

Joree continues to share her Journey of how she got to where she is today by continuing to tune into and say YES to the synchronicities the Universe kept offering to her. In a series of events, that took place over the course of 2 years, Joree found herself on a spiritual retreat that single-handedly changed her life forever. Tune in to hear Joree’s most life-changing moment, and how you can embody this awareness for yourself.

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13: What Kind of Person Do You Want to Be?

In this interview, Elisha Goldstein shares that in each moment of each day, you get to choose who you want to be, how to be more intentional about where you want to focus your mind, and ultimately what kind of life you want to live. But before delving a mindfulness practice, Elisha explains how we have to tap into what we want to feel as a result of practicing mindfulness….tuning into that will help give you the motivation to stick with your intentions. I’m so excited for this conversation with Elisha and hope you enjoy!

Elisha’s bio:

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Elisha Goldstein, PhD is founder of The Mindful Living Collective – the central online mindful space to find the teachings, practices and tribe to up-level your mind, your life and business. He is also the co-founder of The Center for Mindful Living in Los Angeles and creator of the 6-month online coaching program, A Course in Mindful Living. His books include Uncovering Happiness and The Now Effect, A Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook and MBSR Everyday.  In an increasingly fragmented society, he is working to bring people together so they may motivate and inspire one another in far-reaching ways.  


To learn more about the Center for Mindful Living, visit: https://www.mindfullivingla.org/

To learn more about Elisha’s coaching program, visit: https://acourseinmindfulliving.com/

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12: It’s MY Time

After my light starting going on, I was attuned to the Universe giving me signs. And then the light went on with less frequency, and a NEW Universe sign started appearing with incredible regularity. THIS meaning was even more powerful than my light…and it continues to this day. To me, it’s all a sign of awareness, and the universe asking me, “Joree – are you being aware? Are you paying attention?” Oh, and btw, when you’re done listening to the episode, check out the exact length of it…that is case in point right there! Synchronicity happens!!

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11: My Light Will Not Go Out

Have you ever had a serendipitous event that you believed to be the Universe giving you a sign? And if so, how did you interpret the message? What did you do with it? Hear Joree’s pivotal story of what turned out to be one of the most significant, spiritual experiences she’s ever had, and how she used it to help her Journey Forward®.

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10: Self-Love is the Best Diet

Joree is so excited to host her first guest, Jessica Scott, who is a life coach for women, inspiring them to live a life in alignment with their heart and soul. Tune in to hear Jessica’s Journey Forward® in realizing that having the “ultimate Instagram body” not only didn’t bring her happiness, but it actually prevented her from living fully and freely. This life-changing shift has positively affected all areas of her life, and after having gained weight, Jessica has never felt happier, more present and more connected, enabling her to fully engage  life. And now she is coaching women how to find their true vibrational peace and happiness, including in their parenting.


Here is Jessica’s bio:


Jessica Scott is a former fitness coach with her bachelors in Biology/pre-Medicine and a degree in mortuary science! She is a nationally qualified figure competitor and ran a successful online fitness coaching business for 5 years. A year and a half ago, her heart lead her elsewhere after a radical spiritual awakening and she stepped away from fitness coaching completely and began mentoring women in her online courses where she shows women how to listen to the unique hollering of their heart and become who they are here to be at a soul level. She is also the co-CEO of Sakred, a woman owned company that creates frequency infused MCT oils that just launched in November 2018. She lives in the country in Illinois with her partner Rick and her 5 year old daughter Scarlett, who in many ways was the impetus of her shift from body centric to soul centric living. Follow her on Instagram or Facebook at @jessicascott

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8: You Don’t Look Buddhist

Buddhism is not a religion, but rather a way of being; it’s a set of tools based in a framework to reduce our suffering and how to be in the present moment. Joree will share her condensed Buddhism 101 to highlight the fundamentals to give context and meaning to the roots of mindfulness practice. This episode will cover the 4 noble truths and the challenge of rumination.



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7: See The World with Beginner’s Mind

When we can view what’s around us as if seeing it for the very first time, we get to experience true presence and unfiltered awareness. Hear about my journey to Ecuador into the Amazon Rainforest for a week with my 13-year old daughter, where we volunteered in a village and immersed into the Kichwa culture, and how this concept of Beginner’s Mind influenced every aspect of our adventure.

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2: What’s Your Story?

The story in which we define ourselves can often be limiting in who we allow ourselves to become. I used to operate out of an old story that no longer served me, and it kept me stuck, but I didn’t know who I was without my story. I feared the unknown and thought if stayed in the “known”, then I’d be happy – until one day I shifted my mindset and was able to trust that unknown held the possibility of happiness, peace, fulfillment and personal freedom.



What defines you? Are you staying stuck in your story out of habit, or fear of change?

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1: Welcome to Journey Forward®

Is there something in your life that just isn’t working? Are you wanting to make change, but just aren’t sure where to start? Well, there are no accidents and I believe that you’ve tuned in to today’s podcast because you are ready to get unstuck and live your best life.

At the root of creating lasting change you’ll be able to bring more mindfulness into your life, which I define as living with greater awareness, attention and intention. It’s time to get off autopilot and get into the driver seat of your own life. It’s time to allow and accept your thoughts and emotions as they arise, without letting them take over. It’s time to stop looking backward and ruminating, and now is the time to Journey Forward® with an open mindset, living within your values, to living fully, freely and authentically.

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