Antoinette Beauchamp talks about Intuitive Scheduling and the ability to trust your inner compass for timing on meetings, launching projects and how to calendar your time in general. She talks about how to avoid burnout, understanding the different cycles that you experience during the day, and scheduling tips that allow for flashes of insight.
John Tabis, owner and founder of Bouqs - an online flower delivery company, talks about how what started as a way to highlight the positive qualities of his friend’s flower farm in South America evolved into a desire to change the entire floral industry. John opens his heart and shares his experiences with balancing business, family and personal survival. He talks about investors, disrupting the floral industry, challenges in business and the power of questioning yourself.
In this short episode, Katie Hess talks about her recent experience preparing for and doing a TEDx talk. She speaks about how to work with your fear of being seen and shares what flower essences she used leading up to the talk, and how your body sometimes has a mind of its own and what to do about it.
In this episode I sit down with JeremyIssakhrian, Co-Founder of Seven Teas. We talk about how being vulnerable helped him pivot into his wildly successful tea business. I caught up with Jeremy while he was traveling in a van with his wife Whitney, where he’s growing his tea business by day and enjoying hot springs by night.
In this episode I talk to Sarah Simon, The Mint Gardener, about her mindfulness practices of being a watercolor artist, a gardener and a mother. We chat about creativity tips, pro-mom tips for creative kids, how to dissolve your inner critic and make a space that inspires you to create. We talk about how she got a book deal from Instagram, how she chose a publisher and how she designed her book tour. We talked about painting and drawing with watercolor, gouache and ink, whether for joy, business or processing life’s challenges.
Clare Chiang of Singapore interviews me about one of my favorite topics: business. We talk about how my businesses have grown & changed with me, dance as a method for exploring our personal edges, interesting things about Singaporean business culture and how spending time in Asia is life-changing.
Do you ever read see one of those instagram profiles or food blogs that are exquisitely styled, with gorgeous colors and recipes? Do you ever wonder what goes into that and how much time it requires to develop a body of work around food, social media and blogging?
In this episode, I talk with chef Laura Wright about her experiences creating a blog that showcases her seasonal vegan recipes including beautiful photographs and captivating stories.
In today’s interview, I talk with Sarah Von Bargen of Yes & Yes Blog about money as a path to transformation, self-discovery, and self-care. I love her approach to money, and the methods and practices she shares that bring more happiness into your life by being empowered in your personal finances.
I talk with Bob Zimmerman about his travels and his work all over the world in the hospitality industry. From Hong Kong to Bali, Hawaii to Machu Picchu, he talks about his path in sustainability & spirituality.
Ian Thompson is a former advertising and marketing executive from the UK and Hong Kong who has since opened a health store with his wife. Together we discuss the more subtle aspect of running a business. We discuss some of the most important, down-to-earth and least sexy sides of running a successful business.
Dr. Sarah Villafranco is the founder and CEO of Osmia Organics and a natural skin-care expert advocating for cultivating joy and health every day. Together we talk about her journey from being an ER doctor to growing her own sap + skin care company, fear, trust in business, beauty and the complexity of aging.
Sean Tierney is the host of Nomad Podcast, founder of Nomad Prep E-Course, alumni of Remote Year and the director of sales for Page.ly. He has traveled to 24 countries in the last two years. Together we talk about remote work, the joy of traveling, minimizing regrets and the nomadic lifestyle.
Zou Xou was created and founded in New York City by Katherine Theobalds. Inspired by the artistry of local Argentinian shoe design, Katherine cultivated her vision for fashion footwear and launched her bran din 2015. Together we talk about using fashion as a tool of healing and transformation, where she gets inspiration for her brand and the challenges of starting a business.
Ksenia's life mission lies in connecting people to their hearts: through healing food, events and a refreshingly wholesome approach to digital storytelling. Together we talk about social media, creating valuable content for media platforms and how Ksenia was led to her path.
Katie Hess + Ksenia Avdulova of Woke & Wired podcast + @breakfastcrminals instagram teamed up at Animamundi Apothecary in Brooklyn, New York to host a sacred ceremony + live Q&A episode. Starting with a grounded flower elixir + cacao/açai ceremony, followed by questions around topics like: conscious entrepreneurship, wellness hacks, + intuitive leadership.
Diane Read's mother + grandmother taught her first to look to spiritual wellbeing for beauty. After leaving home, going to design school, years of travel and living in London and Hong Kong, Diane moved back and began focusing on her own wellness. If you don't know Diane, she is simultaneously one of the most gentle, yet fiercely determined people I know!