A World Empowered Dialogs (aka AWE’d Cast) is here to uplift, inspire, and empower. Sharing stories and conversations with NPO founders, and thought leaders, bringing people closer together, and empowering change.
Topics ranging from Suicide, Addiction, Mental health, Environmental Conservation, Economics & Global issues; always with an optimism for positive improvement.
Disclaimer: There’s a good chance this episode may be highly triggering for some. I recognize and am sensitive to how tender and emotional some of the issues addressed within are, and it’s important to note that equality, rights, and justice are very important to me. The purpose of this message is to hopefully open hearts, inspire humility, and have every person examine some of the areas where we’ve been expressing Conditional Compassion, so we can all take steps toward healing communities and rebuilding connection. It’s my hope that this intent is clear throughout this message. Enjoy! www.aWorldEmpowered.com
In this episode A listener (Sheila) writes in with a hilarious and slightly terrifying story of her trip to the ER, and shares a message of being careful about the things we ingest, whether that’s information or foods, and choosing the people we allow to put things in our “fridge”.
In this Empowered Fable BC shares his experience, and the lessons learned, when he almost lost his index and middle fingers on his left hand to a tablesaw accident, when he was a woodworker. Listening to your intuition to keep you out of dangerous situations, and actually following through on the things we Know we need to do. BC states that “awareness that doesn’t alter behavior serves no useful purpose.”
This is the speech given to the Empowering your Dreams workshop. In this BC talks about the 2 causes & #1 reason people don’t achieve their dreams, the 3 ways to overcome fear, and guides you through an inner child meditation to help you reconnect to that part of you that still believes Everything is possible, and magic exists. Hope you enjoy!
Today I get to sit down with my friend Jim Heckel, the president and co-founder of the non-profit Think Humanity. A Colorado based NGO, Think Humanity was established in 2007, and provides desperately needed services to the people of Uganda. We get to discuss everything from outer space to the essential connection between all humans; but primarily we talk about the value and importance of (and what it means to have) a Global Mindset. Please visit their website and contact through www.ThinkHumanity.org
In today’s adventure I ride my motorcycle from Ostional back to Tamarindo in Costa Rica, crossing three croc infested rivers, almost running over a snake, and narrowly avoiding hoards of spiders. Listen to the end for the moral of the Empowered Fable.
We get the chance to sit down with the incredible Betsy Cairo in today’s episode. Betsy has a diverse resume, and excellent insights regarding reproductive health, gender equality, the psychology behind today’s social trends, and moving toward a more humanistic viewpoint. As an author, speaker, mother, wife, professor, scientist (and PHD holder), as-well-as business owner, founder of the non-profit “Look Both Ways”, AND TEDx speaker, you’re bound to glean a powerful perspective from this conversation. Contact Betsy at: https://www.lkbthwys.org/ And listen to her Podcast at: https://lkbthwys.podbean.com/
Betzy Sanchez Valdez of “Be Empowered” joins us today, to share her story of coming to America as an undocumented immigrant, and the power of authenticity through the sharing of our deepest stories. As long as we are wearing masks, people cannot see our authentic selves. And if we’re not willing to expose our vulnerability, true connection will be stifled. And isn’t authentic connection what we are all searching for? Contact Betzy at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Today we speak with the founder of Good Bridge Community, Raychel Kelly. Raychel’s fascinating life experience had set her on a path to service of others, and we think you’ll enjoy this raw and honest conversation... moving beyond pain, loss, and struggle, to help make a difference in the lives of others! Contact Raychel at: mailto: email@example.com
Sosamma Samuel-Burnett, founder and president of G.L.O.B.A.L. Justice, joins us today, to share an incredibly inspiring message of our ability to make a difference in the world. She shares the how and the why, we should care about the struggles people face in cultures around the globe. And, most importantly, of listening-to and following your souls’ calling. To find out more about GLOBAL Justice, or contact Sosamma please look here: www.globaljusticeonline.org. Sosamma@globaljusticeonline.org
BC the founder of A World Empowered confides his life changing experience with Becka. Listen to this inspiring account of overcoming addiction, and share a message of hope that our addictions don’t have to control our lives.