The Sensitive Rebel

The Sensitive Rebel

You go against the grain and you want to make a difference, but you struggle to stay on course in a world full of norms and noise. It’s hard to change the world when it touches you deeply, but that sensitivity can be a superpower. You’re a sensitive rebel…and this podcast is for you.

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October 27, 2021 85 min

Darren Joe is an entrepreneur, writer, and podcast host. In 2012, he started Touch MBA, which has helped thousands of applicants worldwide get into the world’s top business schools. He hosts the Touch MBA Admissions Podcast, one of the top-ranked MBA podcasts. As well as ASE, a podcast which explores how self-employed creators and entrepreneurs manage their well-being and do their best work. In April 2021, he published his first bo...

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Laura Tucker is a writer, photographer, podcaster, and recovering coach. She and I connected a while back, and in discussing our ideas about personal growth, coaching, gurus, and more, came up with the idea of a podcast swap … and then took it to another level by swapping the guest & host roles. So, in this episode, Laura took the host chair and interviewed me!

Here’s some of what we talked about: 

  • How I accidentally became a pro...
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    Daniel Arthur Smith is a USA Today & Wall Street Journal best selling author, who’s titles include Spectral Shift, Hugh Howey Lives, The Cathari Treasure and The Somali Deception, among others.

    He also curates the short fiction series Tales From The Canyons of The Damned.

    Daniel was raised in Michigan and graduated from Western Michigan University where he studied philosophy. Along his career journey he’s worked as a bartender, ...

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    Dr. Joyce Mikal-Flynn is a Professor in the School of Nursing at California State University, Sacramento (CSUS). She received her Doctor of Education from St. Mary’s College and Masters of Science in Nursing at CSUS, focusing on trauma-informed care with an emphasis on building resilience and post-traumatic growth (PTG).

    She developed the word Metahabilitation, to describe a more optimistic and productive outcome in the aftermath o...

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    Joe Perrone is an executive consultant who helps business owners and professionals find freedom from stress & overwhelm. He is an expert in creating free time and eliminating burnout.

    Topics covered in this episode:
    Joe’s professional journey and eventual burnout.
    His recovery and pivot from auto repair to consulting & coaching.
    The importance of coaches having coaches
    Why a service mindset is critical for success
    The power of ...

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    My guest today is Kim Chernecki, CEO and Founder of Freedom Street. Kim is Canada’s leading expert on helping high-performing freelance executives, consultants, coaches and other experts to land lucrative corporate contracts. She is the creator of the Land Corporate Contracts Fast-Track System, and is a top-rated sales performance executive, facilitator, coach, advisor, speaker and strategist.

    She has worked 'shoulder-to-shoulde...

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    Frank Haberle's debut story collection, Shufflers, about minimum wage transients during the Reagan era, will be coming on September 1, 2021 from Flexible Press - https://www.flexiblepub.com/shufflers and can be pre-ordered now through www.indiebound.org and other outlets.

    His short stories have won awards from Pen Parentis (2011), Beautiful Loser Magazine (2017) the Sustainable Arts Foundation (2013) and the Rose Warner Prize ...

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    July 13, 2021 74 min

    Note:  This episode discusses a number of sensitive topics (sexual assault, substance abuse, suicide) and contains a lot of explicit language.

    My guest on this episode is Adam M. Lamb. Adam is a speaker, author, coach, and consultant to the hospitality industry as an expert in mental health and wellness, addiction, organizational culture, and mentorship. Known as “The Quantum Chef”, Adam has been a professional chef for over thirty...

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    As the chief learning officer of Summit Success International, Doug Brown manages the learning programs for Summit Success and also coaches lawyers, entrepreneurs and C-Level executives who are determined to make more money in less time so they can live the life they want and deserve.

    Initially inspired to pursue an entrepreneurial path from witnessing his mother sell Tupperware, Doug has spent the last 25 years working as an attor...

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    My guest for this episode is Tzeli Triantafillou. Tzeli is a Toxicologist and a Stress Resilience and Wellness Speaker and Coach. Using the same critical thinking that allowed her to synthesize cancer drugs in the laboratory, she founded MyndZen.com to be the bridge from stress and burnout to your most healthy, whole, powerful self. She helps clients use science and neurobiology to conquer toxic stress, defeat burnout, and live the...

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    My guest for this episode of The Sensitive Rebel is Dr. Serena Sterling.  Serena is a certified Life Coach who holds a masters degree in International Journalism and a doctorate in clinical psychology, which she pursued because of her own experience of overcoming chronic fatigue syndrome and finding ways to alleviate her own chronic pain from years of living with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.

    In addition to her clinical work, whic...

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    This episode is a bit different. You’re going to hear a lot about sacred spaces, ritual, and prayer today … but in more of a spiritual sense, not a religious one.

    Dr. Tom Garcia describes himself as a shamanic teacher and spiritual guide with a unique gift for helping people clear away the blocks that keep them from reaching their dreams and experiencing peace and happiness.

    Through wisdom born of personal experience and genuine hum...

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    My guest for this episode of The Sensitive Rebel is author Milda De Voe. In addition to founding  Pen Parentis, a literary nonprofit that helps writers stay creative after having kids, Milda (also known as M.M. De Voe), is a Pushcart-nominated author of short fiction, with work in the Shirley Jackson Award-winning anthology Twisted Book of Shadows and in literary journals in Israel, Great Britain, Canada, and the US, and in the ant...

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    Regina Graziani, my guest for this episode, describes herself thusly: “I’m an attorney by education and training, and a mentor by passion. I love nothing more, if you don’t count calorie-free ice cream, than to assist learners to successfully transition into the legal profession and reach their professional goals. I am an advocate of, and have extensive experience, with paralegals and paralegal students, which is why I was chosen f...

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    My guest on this episode of The Sensitive Rebel is Krysta Dancy. Krysta is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and has over seventeen years of experience in the field of psychology and trauma. In her office in Roseville, CA she provides compassionate and evidence-based care for a variety of fertility-related mental health issues with special emphasis on trauma and birth (for both provider and patient). She also serves as Co-Di...

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    Today’s guest on The Sensitive Rebel is Bruce Ross.

    Bruce operates in the realm of the “inner game of leadership”.

    His proprietary approach to leadership development is research-based and has been honed over 37 years of working directly with the full spectrum of leaders: from emergent through to established.

    The resulting Flowpreneur framework integrates brain science and Optimal psychology directly into business to help leaders and...

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    My guest on this episode of The Sensitive Rebel is Walt Hampton. Walt is the Founder and CEO of Summit Success International, a global personal and professional development firm. He is also the President and COO of Book Yourself Solid® Worldwide. He’s an executive business coach, management consultant, and leadership trainer. Founder of the Consultant’s Success Formula®, Walt helps entrepreneurs and business professionals make the ...

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    My guest on this episode of The Sensitive Rebel is Anthony Stoker.  With over 25 years experience in the footwear industry, Anthony Stoker takes inspiration from the world of art and music, and works closely with an Italian family-run factory, to produce shoes worth cherishing. A collection imbued with captivating elegance, and founded on the values of longevity and reverence. Longevity; a quality that will last both physically and...

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    My guest on this episode of The Sensitive Rebel is David Martin. David is a consultant and business coach with over 25 years of experience helping entrepreneurs and executives achieve results that previously eluded them. Whether or not you're an executive or entrepreneur, David shares a lot in our conversation that will help sensitive rebels navigate the sometimes rough waters of life more effectively. We had a lot of fun riffi...

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    My guests on this episode of The Sensitive Rebel are Karen Betts & Hannah Howerton, the mother-daughter duo behind Lionel's Place and co-creators of the book The Little Lemon that Leapt. I've known them for a number of years and love what they're doing and the important messages they're bringing to the world about identity, self-acceptance, and value.

    Karen Sanders is the wordsmith and visionary behind Lionel’s P...

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