"Ordinary Habits, Extraordinary Life" with Maria Bailey

"Ordinary Habits, Extraordinary Life" with Maria Bailey

Ordinary Habits, Extraordinary Life. with Maria Bailey is about making ordinary life extraordinary, exploring the challenges of the daily grind and other life mysteries and ultimately offers inspiring and creative tools and techniques for building an abundant life. Through reflections from maria and lively conversations with masters in their field we explore edgy topics and uncomfortable assumptions that reveal the unconscious drivers of our habitual patterns that hold us back from finding the richness in ordinary moments. Using mind, heart and body perspectives she invites us to expand our views and access more of our untapped potential to live each ordinary moment into an extraordinary life.... Show More

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October 5, 2020 54 min
“We don't have to be better than anybody else. We just have to be better than ourselves.”

In this interview, explore these 2 key elements of creating habits:
Attention: “Attention is the fascinating part about curiosity and exploration. It is having a real sense of connectivity that can be transformative and practiced by anybody.”
• In entrepreneurship, it’s not about the start, but the process.
• A key to success is not...
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“I want to broaden my awareness of the world because it's a richer place in every moment. And the more I reach, the more I sensitize myself to what's going on around me.”

In this interview, explore building habits to:
• Stay open and sensitive to who you are at the moment, as opposed to what the culture you're immersed in says you should be doing. Ask yourself, “Is there something that feels more harmonious?”
• ...
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Imagine that something as simple as following your curiosity can lead to extraordinary connection and conversation at any moment.
Our guest for this episode is Runa Bouius, an author, executive coach, and consultant to visionary leaders, entrepreneurs, and people of influence. As a former CEO and serial entrepreneur from Iceland and the founder of the True Power Institute, she has been a featured speaker at The International Confere...
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Do you ever wonder where authors of personal development books go for help themselves?
Kelly Notaras is one of the go-to women for these authors, and she says,

“Practice making practice a habit. Make a practice of your spiritual connection to something larger than you. This to me needs to be a main priority.”


As author, book editor and founder of KN literary arts, an editorial book studio specializing in self-help, personal growth, an...
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What do you believe in that gives you the strength and courage to do what you do?

Compassion, says my dear friend Tara Baswani, an award winning performing artist, composer, experience designer/ director and culture strategist. A lover of nature and humanity with a gift of bringing art and civic justice together.

This generous, loving and rebellious woman - who has worked and collaborated with the great ones: National Geographic, D...
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February 23, 2020 53 min
“As the astronauts are tethered to the spaceship [so] they can float out in space, I have to be tethered to something or I will lose my mind. And what I'm tethered to is habit - I have to ground somewhere. So, I ground in my family and habits.”

Jeff Leitner is the guy the UN calls when they don’t know what to do. Get it? Now imagine diving into a conversation with this incredible human being!
In this podcast, Jeff plunges us ...
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In the face of a civilization that is faltering and in the process of collapsing, when you think of humanity as a whole, why is what you do significant?
In this heartfelt and riveting episode Rob McNamara invites us to attune to a life that matters and to death as the pathway into your own uniqueness which paradoxically becomes a gateway to more life.
Rob is an author, leadership coach, advisor and consultant with expertise in adult ...
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What are your money habits?
Can your relationship to Money be spiritual and practical?
This is not just any old money conversation. This is a sassy and soulful approach to the mixed messages we’ve grown up with about money.

Join my dear friend Bari Tessler, a financial therapist, mamaprenour, author and creator of The Art of Money, a year-long money school. A master and a poet when it comes to normalizing anything to do with money an...
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When we encounter difficulties in life, we think that life is working against us. And while it may be difficult and while it may be challenging, there's a lesson to learn in that process. When we embrace what we can learn from this problem, then we're able to come up with some solutions that work for us.
Luwanda Holliman is a retired Colonel from the United States, a logistics professional, culture shifts strategist, speaker...
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Ask yourself: What do I want? Then Just try it!
Cheo Pardo, A master in his own right, Latin Grammy Winner, father, mentor and dear friend shares with us:

Trying it means, take a “Me” moment, gather yourself, stop and appreciate whatever you can in your life and that will give you the strength to try it. Grow your resilience to be adaptive to all the things in your life that you can't control and ideally honest with yourself and ...
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In the world of art, Aithan Shapira would be considered Picasso’s grandson. He is an internationally acclaimed artist and Lecturer at MIT Sloan. Facilitator, executive coach, and founder of Making to Think, a pedagogy for change that is enabling global organizations, governments, and Fortune 100 leaders to create conditions—strategic, structural, behavioral—for enduring cultures of innovation.

True to his lineage, Aithan invites yo...
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What happens when you speak habits with my very dear friend and organizational psychologist Nina Jensen with 25 years specializing in conscious development processes?
Without missing a beat, we dive into Nina’s personal life about: French-fries, vision, and commitment.
In this interview:
Habits to reward ourselves
Unconscious habits made conscious
The Value behind your habits
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The difference between learning habits from our family of...
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