Unforgettable Conversations

Unforgettable Conversations

Unforgettable Conversations is the podcast that is your roadmap to resilience, sharing extraordinary stories from people, just like you and me who have weathered life's storms. You'll find inspiration and motivation in every episode!

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May 15, 2022 24 min

Have you ever been stuck, unable to get out of your own way? Have you ever been overwhelmed, trying to find that work-life balance? My guest today, Hollie Rumman is the host of You Can Do Amazing Things. In today's conversation, we'll talk about finding your passion, a positive mindset, building confidence, and creating good habits. Holly shares, many helpful tips, and strategies to get you from being stuck to becoming moti...

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A 5-minute guided meditation to renew, refresh and center yourself. We all need a little balance, a little more peace in our lives. 5-minutes twice a day will do wonders. Listen while sipping your morning coffee/tea, on your lunch break, in the car line at school, or after a stressful day.  Namaste.

https://myonlineretreat.org/

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If you could choose to live out the truest version of yourself in this lifetime, would you say YES? 

This episode is about awakening to the life that you're meant to live without all of the layers of crap that have been piled on us over the years. It's like peeling back the onion slowly to get to your truth, to how you want to live this life, how you want to be here.

 Learn how discovering your inner child can change your lif...

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April 24, 2022 12 min

It used to be that generations lived their entire lives in the same neighborhood. That's changed considerably and today, friends and family are scattered all over the world. Weekly Sunday dinners are few and far between, replaced by FaceTime and zoom calls. So it got me thinking. I wonder where everyone landed? I had an ideal childhood. I grew up on Long Island in New York.  We moved a couple of times during my years in grades ...

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April 18, 2022 28 min

 Lesley McShane is in perpetual motion. She is a seasoned cyclist, a producer, a wife, a mother, and an advocate for women over 50. She also hosts not one but two long-running podcasts, The Friday Night Beer Blog Podcast and the New Old You Podcast

In this episode, you’ll learn how to prioritize yourself, guilt-free!

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Melody Papaj is an artist, an author, an entrepreneur, and a boondocking septuagenarian whose journey has taken her from the comfort and trappings of Hollywood, California off the grid to a quirky little town in the middle of the Arizona desert known as Quartzsite..  In this episode, she shares the trials and tribulations of her life in her 1986, Shasta RV she calls nomad and that she lovingly describes as Breaking Bad on the outsi...

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April 3, 2022 41 min

Shattering the Silence of Sexual Violence

My guest Angela Rose, shares the story of her harrowing abduction at knifepoint in broad daylight by a man who was on parole for MURDER! 

Her story is one of incredible resilience. Today she leads the movement to create a world free from sexual violence & build communities to support survivors.

#ShatteringTheSilence #SAAM

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March 27, 2022 47 min

A 20-year veteran stand-up comedian Tim has entertained millions in legendary venues ranging from Radio City Music Hall to chow halls in Afghanistan. From his first time opening for the legendary Earth, Wind, and Fire in 1998, to his 6-year-run with international superstar Julio Iglesias, and a live stage interview with the cast of Modern Family, Tim has worked with some of the biggest names in music and entertainment.  He's en...

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Patricia Rossi had a rough start, overcoming a challenging childhood and dyslexia. Instead of discouraging her though, it fueled her flames of success and ambition. Today, she is a frequent speaker for top-tier organizations, including the NFL, Raymond James, Major League Baseball Moen, Bayer, and Hyatt. She is a featured business etiquette expert for Bloomberg, the New York Times, USA Today, Mashable, Monster.com, Chicago Tribune,...

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Becky Bortak, my guest today is a mom, a widow, a songwriter, and a Yogi who believes love conquers all. In today's unforgettable conversation we talk about her journey, navigating depression, divorce, finding love again, fertility issues, her husband's shocking diagnosis, and what she did to keep her sanity through it all.

On her website, My Online Retreat you'll find restoration for your body, your mind, and your soul...

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Jim Joseph is the award-winning author of Out and About Dad. In this conversation we get personal.  We talk about marriage parenthood, divorce,  self-discovery, finding love again, and being true to who you are. His journey hasn't been an easy one, but Jim shares all the highs and lows in this unforgettable conversation. 

https://www.jimjoseph.com/

Jim's Books

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Jim Joseph has been awarded numerous accolades throughout his storied career, including Entrepreneur of the Year, Agency of the Year, Most Creative Agency, Social Media Icon, Hall of Fame.

He is a global leader in brand marketing and communications, with years of consumer marketing leadership, and If running an agency wasn't big enough, he's also an award-winning author, blogger, professor at New York University, and he’s be...

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Audrey McClelland wears many hats and has navigated her life and career with vision and trust, following her heart and gut. She began her career in New York City, working in the fashion industry for designer Donna Karan.

Her personal life mirrors a Hallmark movie: leaving the big city for small town life,
meeting the love of her life in a chance encounter on the campus green, raising five children while creating a thriving online bus...

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The deck was stacked against her from birth and the rollercoaster of ups and downs that followed her throughout her life read like a Danielle Steel novel. Abandonment, adoption, motherhood, divorce, a brain tumor, the glass ceiling, several careers, reinventions, and
ultimately finding love at 30,000 feet.

ShannonTravels.com



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February 9, 2022 11 min

In part, one of my conversation with John Lewis, we talked about his son's suicide and how he navigated his grief on a personal level. today In part two, of this conversation about suicide I talked with Marci Wise, a licensed mental health counselor and author, who is devoted to helping empower clients to achieve their most fulfilling life.

The Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people ...

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John Lewis, a single father, lost his only son to suicide. He shares his journey as a single parent raising a son, his shock when he received that fateful call, and how he came to terms with such an unimaginable loss.

In this raw and revealing conversation, John shares all of his feelings and emotions with honesty and empathy.

SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

suicidepreventionlifeline.org

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Karen Putz is known as the passion mentor with a mission to help people unwrap their passions, at any age. She is an author, a sought-after motivational speaker, a wife, and a  mom to three children who all lost hearing when they were very young. Her family is one of only four in the world that share a rare gene. In this episode, she shares her incredible and inspiring story about losing her hearing, facing her fears, and following...

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Once in a place where she had zero spark, not even an itty bitty flame, my guest today suffered for years with poor health and an autoimmune diagnosis. Back in 2010 fed up with being sick, sad, and stuck, she took charge of her life and became a certified natural health professional. From there she learned about flower essences and saw what they did for her and at that very moment, she knew she needed to make a commitment to help o...

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January 17, 2022 45 min

Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, from all walks of life.  And my guest in this episode embodies the premise that ordinary people do lead extraordinary lives. She is the epitome of grace and generosity. It is my honor, and my privilege to introduce you to Jen Carlisle.    

kidney.org

organdonor.gov

Life Link Legacy Fund

Gabriel House of Care

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January 10, 2022 30 min

 In this UNFORGETTABLE CONVERSATION, I talk with Jennifer Walsh about nature and its impact on human and planetary wellness. We take a deep dive into nature therapy and how you can bring the health benefits of nature into your everyday life. 

You don't want to miss her Instagram feed and for daily inspiration.

Her new book Walk Your Way Calm teaches you how to tap into the stress-busting benefits of walking and gives you easy-to...

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