• She Who Overcomes Podcast

    82: The Choice to Heal (Book Foreword with Raychel Perman, Part 1)

    Your ability to overcome and rise up is directly related to your choices. Specifically, the choice to grieve and the choice to heal. Grief and healing are equal parts tough and tender. They require vulnerability and tenacity. But they are not the same. They cannot be skipped. And, you will often find yourself walking both paths at the same time. Today's podcast episode is part 1 of the brand new foreword for the second edition of the book, She Who Overcomes. We pray this encourages you today...

  • Podcast Series: Monday Peptalk,  She Who Overcomes Podcast

    80: The Truth About Getting Unstuck

    Feeling stuck lately? It's time for some tough love TRUTH! A few weeks ago Raychel and I did an impromptu Monday Night Peptalk LIVE video on Facebook. We shared the truth about success, the truth about building resilience, the truth about our mistakes and what we are learning from them. We shared the truth about getting unstuck and friend...you must listen to this. It's the tough love from a coach that you need! Grab your coffee and a pen and paper and glean some wisdom from our mistakes, from our stories, and from our experience of getting unstuck...

  • She Who Overcomes Podcast

    79: Debunking the Myths of Financial Planning with Adam Lucas

    "90% of financial planning is building habits." These are the wise words of my friend, Adam Lucas. We met via LinkedIn and thought a podcast episode about the myths of financial planning would be a great resource to you! Adam is a Financial Advisor with Northwestern Mutual in Denver, Colorado. Adam and his wife, Emily, have a unique view of financial planning due to Emily having cystic fibrosis. This conversation is full of encouragement, tips, and truth about what it takes to gain control of your finances and build for your future.

  • She Who Overcomes Podcast

    78: Rachel Linden, Author of The Enlightenment of Bees

    In December of 2020, I stumbled upon a book called The Enlightenment of Bees by Rachel Linden. Nestled within the bookshelf like a hidden treasure, it jumped out at me because of the vibrant yellow and white coloring on the cover. Reading the description on the back cover sealed the deal that this was the book for me in this season. It simply read this, "In a romantic adventure across the globe, The Enlightenment of Bees beautifully explores what it means to find the sweet spot in life where our greatest passions meet the world's greatest needs."