The "Grow Thru It" podcast is where I share personal life experiences and the stories of others who have grown through life's ups and downs and came out on the other side! Listen in, as you may become inspired to evolve into the best version of yourself.
In this episode, I candidly share my story of being a single mom, dealing with heartbreak and the devastation of realizing I was going to be a single mom, and how I grew through those challenges and was eventually able to have a healthier coparenting relationship with my son's father.
In this Episode I pressed record as me and a couple of girlfriends, Jacqueline Gragg and Chenoa Alamu were having a candid conversation on the road about our femininity. We discussed the various roles women have and how they can hinder us from being more feminine, but what we can do to shift that. Tune in!
Julia Myers is an experienced corporate training professional who also has expert level skills in real estate and spiritual coaching. She is a teacher by nature and lives to bridge the gap between knowing and unknowing in several different arenas. Julia studied Marketing at SIUC and later acquired a master’s in Training and Development from the same institution. Since, she has created "The 7 Day Spiritual Detox" & "Mastering Your Vision Board" Both of these courses can be accessed live and online cand has reached hundreds of people. These courses were designed to introduce individuals to the power of their subconscious mind and the law of attraction. While coaching and training, she also works as a Chicago Real Estate Broker who teaches her clients how to use real estate to create personal wealth. Julia Myers authored the eBook "4 Steps to Closed a Newbies Guide to Slaying Your First Home Purchase" that guides people through the purchase of their first home. When Julia isn’t training corporately, selling homes, or helping others find their way, she is reading books on the mind and spiritual law, attending seminars, or simply enjoying her husband, Rickey Myers. You can contact Julia at www.realestatewithjuliamyers.com or connect on Social Media. Instagram: @juliamyers_motivationalrealtor
Listen in as I share a transparent and vulnerable moment of when I shared with a dear friend and my life partner how overwhelmed I felt and how it was affecting me. I even tear up a bit on this episode!
Listen in to Part 02 of an ongoing interview with Chenoa Alamu as she continues to share her personal experiences with colorism as a black American woman and how those experiences affected her, but ultimately overcame and found love! Cheona is a violin instructor, symphony musician, homeschool mom of two and podcast host of the Black, White and in Color podcast. Cheona's opinions have been featured on CNN and Huffington Post.
Listen in as I share how I got so caught up in working and grinding that I got stressed and overwhelmed and almost missed the blessing right in front of my face. The lesson? To embrace the process so I never miss priceless moments that I can't get back! I hope this helps you to do the same!
Listen in to Part 01 of an interview of Chenoa Alamu as she shares her personal story of experiencing colorism as a black American woman and how those experiences affected her. Cheona is a violin instructor, symphony musician, homeschool mom of two and podcast host of the Black, White and in Color podcast. Cheona's opinions have been featured on CNN and Huffington Post.
Chesa Mendez is the owner and founder of Habits and Lifestyles, a sustainable lifestyle brand that specializes in creating and maintaining healthier habits which supports goals, healthier lifestyles, and creating the life you want! Listen in, as Chesa shares how she formed her own healthier habits after realizing she was living with brokenness and unhealthy habits due to childhood sexual abuse, and how she turned her new found knowledge and personal transformation into a business.
In this episode I share a story of when I recently ran into my former therapist in the grocery store. I also talk about the importance of not quitting or giving up on yourself. I felt it was the perfect time to get this message out while we are still only a few weeks into the new year. (It's still hard to believe it's a new year already!) Are you working on your new year, new you? How are you doing with sticking to your goals? I hope this episode helps you to remain inspired and encouraged to stay in action and to continuously work toward the best version of yourself in 2019!
Listen in to this interview of Chris Schmulbach, a professional athlete, coach and gym owner who found purpose after being diagnosed with a rare brain tumor. Chris shares his incredible story of not giving up, how he pushed through and came out on the other side of this life changing obstacle.