In The Rising Podcast

In The Rising Podcast

Bettina M. Brown, physical therapist, reveals her personal and professional experiences as a physical therapist regarding choices that make one’s personal, physical, emotional and psychological health a priority in today’s environment, that contains constant distractions and self-deprecating messages. She discusses tips and techniques that help you demonstrate your self-worth through frequent and intentional acts of self-love and care so that your body can thrive in its optimal state of well-being. She discusses how all dimensions of self-acceptance will improve your relationship with yourself, as well with others, so that you can develop deeper, more meaningful connections with friends and family that are equally fulfilling. She’ll discuss how creating effective habits and routines to attain your ideal life through habits that produce and sustain a lifestyle of health through a lens of the whole-body perspective. Walking into a room with positivity, self-respect and confidence is the best outfit that one can wear and is always in style! Hit subscribe and get ready to make choices to live a life aligned with your own light. The views presented on this podcast are those of Bettina M. Brown, MPT, CWS, CLT and are for entertainment purposes only, with no medical advice provided. For full terms and conditions please see


November 22, 2022 16 min

Dr. Vic Manzo is a dynamic author, speaker, podcaster and business coach. He is also a chiropractor who is specialized in pediatrics. He opened his own business and continued to expand his reach, but found a great love in helping other entrepreneurs swim through bad advice. These bad suggestions include "sleep faster and grind more."

Dr. Vic shares how the body is wise and has learned to work all the time, but with less effo...

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My guest today is Susan DeLorenzo is a 16 year breast cancer survivor.  In our conversation today, she shares her experience from diagnosis, treatment and recovery and how her support system was structured. She shares how she discovered how to best listen to her body and how she wants to help others through difficult circumstances. Susan has a large heart and it is apparent in the way she speaks and the gentle caution she has with ...

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Jessica Johnson is a lighthearted and humble woman who shares her frustrations and initial fears starting her own business. She shares how she has always loved the use of words and how she combines left and right-brained activities to bring her joy, follow her passion, and build her business!

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Philippa Gregory is an author of several historical fiction books, including The Other Boleyn Girl. This book was converted into a movie by the same name starring Natalie Portman and Scarlett Johannson.  Philippa graduated from the University of Sussex and received a PhD  from the University of Edinburgh.  Her books describe the stories of well known and less known women of history.   

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 Dr. Steven Hetts is Chief of Interventional Neuroradiology at the UCSF Mission Bay Hospitals.  He founded the  Interventional Neuroradiology services at San Francisco General Hospital. Dr. Hetts describes how to create better outcomes after having a stroke and the importance of immediate medical attention.

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Does Life always give you lemons? Is the idea of making lemonade a good one? What would be possible if we change our perspective of what failure is and what it means to one of a lesson?

My guest today is Justin Skinner, and he shares his views on this topic based on his own life experiences.

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Have you been bullied? Has someone you love been bullied?  Kayla Taylor shares the story of her children going through such situations at school and how friends and family responded to it. Kayla put a great deal of research and love into this book as she hopes to help other parents help their own children should they have learning differences or be sought out to bully. 

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Chancellor Jackson played football for several years, including while in college. Chancellor shares how his life faced some "stops," but he looked forward to living abroad in China. He has fallen in love with writing and now has his own publishing company.

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I enjoyed my conversation with Anthony Poponi. Anthony uses humor and science to share the importance of being happy RIGHT NOW, and not just when you achieve goals.

Learn More about Anthony here.

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EA Csolcovits is such an interesting guest to have on a show. He has energy and he has the most wonderful stories.

And those stories are full of conviction, passion and curiousity!

EA, has he is often referred to as, is a curious person that loves to learn how people transform into who they are. One of such stories when he was not yet 20 shaped the rest of his life.

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Have you ever wondered what the whole "Law of Attraction" chatter is all about?  Have you heard that we are supposed to manifest our lives, and you look around and wonder how you are supposed to do this?

My guest today is Laura Chung, the author of How to Manifest, Make Your Dreams a Reality in 40 Days.  Laura shares a day by day plan that includes an exercise each day to help you achieve the life you want!

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Two women, Shaunna Edwards and Alyson Richman collaborate on a book, The Thread Collectors, a mix of historical fiction, love and connection.

Shaunna Edwards received her BA in literature from Harvard College and a JD from NYU School of Law. She has been a corporate lawyer, and uses this experience to now work in diversity, equity and inclusion.

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Are you the black sheep in your family? Are you enjoying something in life and your family just can't accept it?

My guest today is Corbie Mitleid, a psychic and author. She has given thousands of readings per year, and yet, some of her family struggles to accept that. Corbie is also  A Certified Tarot Master, psychic medium, teacher, and ordained minister. Her belief in God and that she 100% accepts herself and this is so obviou...

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JP McLean is a dynamic speak and engaging author. She began writing as a past-time, in an effort to write about an image that she had in her mind. She was once fearful that she would run out of ideas to write and diligently kept a journal.

What she found out was that she loved to write and the ideas kept coming. 

She shares her vision for writing and that she would write despite the size of her audience.

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Krystal Jakosky is an author and writer who lives in the incredible state of Colorado. She feels joy and happiness and takes on each day with intention.

She has learned to take in every experience with a "yes, and" 
- Yes this is happening
-And I have something to learn here.

But, guess what, this was not always the case. Krystal had her own very dark place that she rose up from, day by day until she became a different person....
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Guy Windsor is an instructor and researcher of renaissance martial arts. He was awarded a PhD by  Edinburgh University for his research in historical combat systems.  Guy shares his personal story of listening to his "inner voice" that told him that he will leave his home country to start  The School of European Swordsmanship in Helsinki, Finland.

He has continued to publish podcasts and books on the art of swordsmanship. He...
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Jen Nash is an executive coach, speaker and author, who enjoys talking about building small connections to gain incredible outcomes.

Jen calls herself a Connector In Chief, and shares many of the ideas from her book - an Amazon Best-Seller. 

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The Big Power of Tiny Connections: How Small Interactions Spark Awesome Outcomes

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"Life isn't easy!"

How often have we said this in our day-to-day life?

Is life difficult because of circumstances, or is it difficult because we are not choosing to see the joy and blessings in our life?

I know that may sound like woo-woo of foo-foo talk, but what if we took a moment to stop and think about how we are really living our life. Jamal Jivanjee has done this after his own experiences with trauma in his life.


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Dr. Shani Fox is a Physician, coach, speaker, and cancer survivor expert.

In Episode 154 of In the Rising Podcast she shares how the stories of those going through breast cancer impacted her.  This impact changed her views and opened her eyes to the other ways that women can be supported during breast cancer.




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 Per David Edwards "Surprising foundations to get more done, feel more connected, and stay balanced in a rapidly changing world. "

Mr. Edwards shares his view of what challenges most people have to generate the personal drive to direct their own life.  He has been a CEO for several years in health care.

His book  “New You! Who Knew?” covers principles and values that can change your life!

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