Let's Connect With Keith Macpherson
By Keith Macpherson
Join motivational speaker and author, Keith Macpherson every week as he initiates conversation with some of the world's most inspiring up and coming thought leaders, artists and motivators.
Keith Macpherson on Building Confidence
A solo episode of Let’s Connect is a real test of my confidence. Will I be good enough to carry the show? Will people like it? Is everyone laughing at me right now? How many times a day do you wonder if you measure up, or worse, convince yourself that you’re a total failure? The invitation in today’s episode is to start telling yourself a new story. This is the first show of 2021, so I thought it would be perfect to start the year by starting over. Confidence. I’ve spent a lifetime chasing how to live with it, authentically. Now, I want to help you find a way to stop second-guessing your every move. When I was in grade seven, I wanted so badly to be an actor. But something painful happened that made me start hiding and telling myself I wasn’t good enough. I will share that story in this episode. When did you start hiding and feeling like you weren’t good enough? I have a formula for self-assuredness to offer you today. It fights off the inner saboteur that wants to keep you feeling small, and it brings you back to the present, where your power is waiting. So let’s not wait another minute to get to them now, and leave what was then behind us. Connect with Keith Macpherson Website: https://www.keithmacpherson.ca Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/keithmmac Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithmmac/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keithmmacpherson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/keithmmac
January 4, 2021
Why People Heal with Bonnie Schroeder
Why do some people heal, while others don’t? Why are some of us content with just a little, while others can never be satisfied, no matter how much they get out of life? My guest today on Let’s Connect is someone I fondly call my ginger sister, Bonnie Schroeder, a healing practitioner who has traveled five continents over three decades working as a clinical researcher, in medical management, and doing energy work that merges science and spirit. Through this drawn-out pandemic, are you longing for a better moment than this one? Bonnie invites us to start small, taking baby steps towards ourselves with curiosity and heartfulness. Her deep call is to provide healing energy medicine, and how she works her magic is a little hard to pin down in words, but I have been through the energy work she offers and it is transformative. Resolve to be kind to yourself, starting today. Enjoy some music in this episode. And some more good news - the Making Sense of Mindfulness course has just been re-launched, and my personal gift to you is a free video workshop on stress and anxiety. Information on these offerings - and much more - can be found on my website, keithmacpherson.ca Bonnie is going to remind us now that our first relationship is with ourselves. Isn’t that a good way to look forward to 2021? Connect with Keith Macpherson Website: https://www.keithmacpherson.ca Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/keithmmac Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithmmac/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keithmmacpherson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/keithmmac
December 28, 2020
Keith Macpherson on Gift of Music
With Christmas just a few days away, I wanted to offer a gift from my heart to yours. This time of year, we have an opportunity to reflect on forgiveness and peace. As we’re all staying home, some of us suffering old hurts and new loss, I’m reminded that our souls - everyone’s souls - just need to breathe. We need to see the glory of the simplicity, harmony, and wonder of life, one day at a time. Whether you celebrate Christmas or another meaningful tradition, I believe it’s true that the power of music transcends whatever might try to divide us. The universal language of music is my gift to you today. You’ll also hear a contemplative reading of the work of Celtic mystic and poet John O’Donohue, my rendition of River by the great Joni Mitchell, and Maybe This Christmas by Ron Sexsmith, one of the nation’s best and most underrated singer-songwriters. I’ve also got a personal story to tell you about how the universe recently nudged me to pay attention to the call to give, wholeheartedly. My friends, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, and season’s greetings to you and yours. May we all take care of ourselves, and especially our suffering brothers and sisters. Love on, Keith Connect with Keith Macpherson Website: https://www.keithmacpherson.ca Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/keithmmac Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithmmac/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keithmmacpherson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/keithmmac
December 21, 2020
On Coaching with Karen Wright
What do you get when you put two professional life coaches and authors behind the mic at the same time? A provocative and inspiring conversation! As this episode of Let’s Connect begins, I burst at the seams in my excitement to announce a number of new projects that have been simmering on my creative stove for many months during the pandemic. I can’t wait to share these new offerings, all of which are about to be served up at the same time, as 2021 approaches. There’s definitely something in it for you. My guest on the show today is one of the most experienced, skilled, and respected executive coaches in the world. Karen Wright coaches executives and entrepreneurs around the world, helping them tune into that elusive combination of success, health, and happiness. Her book, The Accidental Alpha Woman: The Guide to Thriving When Life Feels Overwhelming couldn’t come at a better time. The book promises to help women stop feeling so alone and tired as they juggle it all. Full of relatable, practical wisdom from someone who’s been there, Karen joins me to share her own Accidental Alpha stories and the audacious hope she holds for her readers. Connect with Keith Macpherson Website: https://www.keithmacpherson.ca Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/keithmmac Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithmmac/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keithmmacpherson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/keithmmac
December 14, 2020
Keith Macpherson on Dealing with COVID-19
Right now, we’re all being brought together by something we don’t want to have in our lives. As we all navigate COVID-19, our individual experiences are unique. There are children learning from home while their parents try to juggle work and homeschooling at the same time. There are countless people who’ve lost their jobs and who aren’t sure how they’ll pay their bills. And there are those who mourn the loss of a loved one who was taken by COVID; a loved one who they didn’t even get to say goodbye to. In all of this, we feel it: sadness, fear, depression, worry, guilt, anxiety, and stress. What do we do with all these emotions? We can’t figure it all out, but we can accept ourselves for feeling what we’re feeling. And, we can move through COVID-19 in healthy ways that will support us. In this episode of Let’s Connect, I will help you move through it by offering some teaching on how to be with your feelings without allowing them to take over your mind, and your life. Connect with Keith Macpherson Website: https://www.keithmacpherson.ca Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/keithmmac Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithmmac/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keithmmacpherson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/keithmmac
December 7, 2020
Let’s Connect with Emma Glass on Human Design!
No one is you and THAT is your superpower. But how can you embrace your unique design when life’s experiences and relationships push you into self-doubt and fear of making bad decisions? In 1987, a Montréaler named Ra Uru Hu had a week-long mystical experience that birthed the Human Design System, which has been taught around the world. Human Design combines ancient mystical insights with personalized scientific data, and it promises to help people freely and unapologetically be themselves. On this episode of the podcast, my guest is Emma Glass, an Indiana-based Confidence and Human Design Coach, and parent of two young children. Emma primarily coaches mothers who want to experience life with calm confidence and total liberty from the confines of what other people think. I invite you to open your mind to explore a compelling path to personal growth that you’ve probably never heard of before. Let’s Connect with Emma Glass! Emma has a free E-book on Human design if you are interested in diving deeper into the concept Grab it here https://www.emmanellglass.com/ Connect with Keith Macpherson Website: https://www.keithmacpherson.ca Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/keithmmac Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithmmac/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keithmmacpherson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/keithmmac
November 30, 2020
Keith Macpherson on How to Deal with Difficult People
Are toxic people who refuse to respect your boundaries showing up in your face and stealing your peace? We’ve all been there. Maybe your mother-in-law tells you how to live your life. Maybe a partner or coworker keeps hurling hurtful words at you. Or maybe, you’re noticing a pattern with troublemakers who are inexplicably drawn to you and just won’t go away. Hearing “It’s not about you” or “Don’t take it personally” might not be especially helpful without getting more of an explanation. So, in this episode of Let’s Connect, I will explain, and share stories and tips to help you step into your power and find some lasting peace of mind. Connect with Keith Macpherson Website: https://www.keithmacpherson.ca Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/keithmmac Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithmmac/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keithmmacpherson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/keithmmac
November 23, 2020
Behind the Scenes Exposé with Alison Hall
Behind all the headlines are journalists who try to bring meaningful stories to life. In a world where it’s becoming harder and harder to know what’s real in the news, this episode of Let’s Connect is a chance to hear first-hand from a storyteller toiling in the trenches who works every day to separate facts from fiction. Alison Hall is a national correspondent with Inside Edition in New York. She’s covered top stories like the Harvey Weinstein and Bill Cosby trials, Black Lives Matter protests and even the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Megan Markel. Today, she’s on the COVID-19 beat. This is a wide-ranging, no-holds-barred interview. Alison shares her journey of dreaming about becoming an actress, to pursuing a journalism career instead, and she talks about why people gravitate to the most negative news they can find. Let’s Connect now to this behind-the-scenes exposé with Alison Hall. You can connect with Alison here https://betweenheadlines.com/ https://www.instagram.com/alisonhallreporting/ https://twitter.com/AlisonReporting
November 16, 2020
Keith Macpherson on How to go Inward
We’re living in a time where it’s becoming more and more difficult to discern what’s real and what’s a racket. The social networking systems we’re being informed by are feeding us a steady stream of content that complex algorithms have decided is what we’re craving. Perhaps most concerning is that so many of us are just going along largely unaware of the forces of manipulation that are competing for our headspace. So, how can we breathe, get still, observe, and be aware of the truth? What are the secrets waiting to be revealed to us when we go inward? And how do we even do that? With all that we’re witnessing right now in an unstable world, I’m ready to put the brakes on this roller coaster. I welcome you to join me now on Let’s Connect to share in a transformative reality check. A better reality really does exist above all the noise and chaos.
November 9, 2020
Matthew Ode on The Will to Survive
“Can I speak with you in private?” These are the chilling words that 24-year-old fitness trainer Matthew Ode heard from his doctor, before finding out that his body was being consumed by cancer. Matthew went into a coma. His organs started shutting down. Then he had a heart attack. It was looking dire. But he chose to fight for his life. In this week’s episode of Let’s Connect, we’re about to hear what it takes to shift from thinking, “Why is all this happening to me” to “How is Life Happening FOR me?” Matthew will share his ride from expected death to a fully alive life coach. And together, we’ll experience the soul and spirit connection that lives between the tragedies and triumphs of the human experience. Let’s get to Matthew’s incredible story. Let’s Connect! https://mattodespeaks.com/ https://www.instagram.com/matty_ode/ https://www.facebook.com/matt.ode.35 https://www.linkedin.com/in/matt-ode-64376715b/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmGlwQPM7jD-SX3C64rx1qw
November 2, 2020
Keith Macpherson on Let It Go and Let It Go
As I sat down to record this particular episode of the podcast, I had a major internal battle with myself. I was trying to be “perfect” and appear to have things all together, when inside of me, something just didn’t feel right! After 24 hours of struggling to get this podcast recorded, I finally came to understand what this inner battle was all about! I was distracted and preoccupied with all the noise around me (including my phone buzzing, my to-do list, and many of the habits that have unconsciously crept into my life over the past few months). I realized that I had lost touch with my inner spirit. In our world, there is so much emphasis on delivering results that we often lose focus of other important things that equally matter; our physical, mental, and emotional health. And in the process of getting to the end result, we can develop deteriorating habits that negatively impact not only our peace of mind but more significantly, our own productivity. How do we counter this? How do we let go to find space and foster a perspective of living mindfully? In this episode, I vulnerably share my own struggle with striving for perfection and offer some newfound tips that I am also integrating into my own daily life. When we sit down with ourselves, take a deep breath, and really open our minds; we find the space and ease that we need in order to get to the end result that we want. Join me as I sift through helpful tips to live life mindfully, and talk about negative habits to watch out for! In this episode of Let’s Connect; slow down, create space, and achieve freedom in a bustling world. Connect with Keith Macpherson Website: https://www.keithmacpherson.ca Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/keithmmac Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithmmac/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keithmmacpherson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/keithmmac
October 26, 2020
Dr. Paul Hokemeyer on Mental Health
Mental health is now a subject of open discussion, a dramatic change in the perception of what used to be an extremely sensitive topic. I have always been interested in the subject, especially as I learn to take care of my own mental health through meditation. In this episode, my goal is to find out as much as I can about mental health; especially the demographics. Here’s the important question: who is most likely to get depressed? According to an article on forbes.com, individuals belonging to high-income groups are more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety. To gain a deep and meaningful insight into mental illness, I invited Dr. Paul Hokemeyer, a psychotherapist who works with people and families in the United States, the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, and the European Union. He holds a doctorate in law, a Bachelor of Arts in economics, and a Master of Arts in clinical psychology with a focus on family dynamics. Dr. Paul’s work revolves around people who go through a silent but deadly crisis characterized by trauma, substance-abuse disorders, addiction, physical and emotional infidelity, personality disorders, and gender dysphoria. Strangely, most of his patients are either famous or wealthy. In fact, more often than not, they are both. Dr. Paul believes that there are an ingrained hostility and resentment towards the upper class. After all, they should have what it takes to be happy and healthy. Little do we know that their wealth is a blessing as much as it is a curse. It would appear that the underlying cause of a lack of access to proper mental health care lies in wealth itself. In fact, a counterproductive means of dealing with modern-day loneliness and depression is to invest in extravagant quantitative aspects of life, like fame, money, and validation, if only to achieve a sense of security. Dr. Paul advances a whole new different perspective on the demographics of depression: rich people can have it, too. In his emphatic words, every human being deserves culturally competent care. No matter who you are. Check out his book about this topic, Fragile Power, on Amazon! link here. Listen to the whole podcast here: *LINK* Connect with Dr. Paul Hokemeyer Website: https://drhokemeyer.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrPaulsFamilyValues/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/drpaulnyc/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr_paul_hokemeyer/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/drpaulnyc?ob=5/ Connect with Keith Macpherson Website: https://www.keithmacpherson.ca Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/keithmmac Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithmmac/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keithmmacpherson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/keithmmac
October 19, 2020
Keith Macpherson on Gratitude
How will you practice gratitude if you are facing a $30,000 house repair? This was Keith Macpherson’s personal experience when he was challenged to practice gratitude in his most challenging times, just like facing a $30,000 bill to repair his house in Canada. Keith lives in Winnipeg, Canada, and it's quite common for houses in Canada that shift foundations because the city was built on a waterbed system. Despite this, he calls himself lucky to have a moving house. Keith is a wide range reader, and the book by Florence Scovel Shinn about gratitude changed his perspective in life. Florence says, “Gratitude is the law of increase, and the complaint is the law of decrease.” And in the $30,000 bill that he’s facing for the repair, he sees it as a symbol of gratitude or thankfulness to whatever service is provided for him. Through and though, Keith continues to practice the law of gratitude and navigates and moves through life’s difficulties with a gratitude state of mind every single day. And on money, he says, “Financial Freedom is God's idea for a man what God has done before he can do for me and more opens doors.” Keith wants to know what you think about gratitude as well, and share your experience also. Drop it in the comments section or message him. Link below. Listen to the full episode here: *LINK* Website: https://www.keithmacpherson.ca Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/keithmmac Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithmmac/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keithmmacpherson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/keithmmac
October 12, 2020
Kat Trimarco on Discovering your True Self
In this episode, I’m joined by Kat Trimarco, a spiritual quantum teacher, life-coach, published author and public speaker. Kat Trimarco is an Evolutionary Thought Leader, Spiritual Quantum Teacher & Life Coach, published author & speaker.She teaches people to understand and work with Universal Laws, their thoughts, emotions, energies and different dimensions of consciousness to experience deep internal fulfillment as well as to manifest and co-create a beautiful life, actualizing & embodying their highest available timelines of reality into the physical realm. Kat has a certificate in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica, is a certified Coach, and the author of Self Approved - A guide to accepting, loving and expressing the person you truly are (Available worldwide on Amazon) Her work has been featured in major publications including Good Morning La La Land, LA Talk Radio, Thrive, Authority Magazine, Identify LA, Voyage LA, Best Self Magazine and Taylor Magazine and she has appeared as a keynote speaker at the world renowned Wanderlust Festivals. If you would like to learn more about Kat, visit her website at www.kattrimarco.com and follow on @Kat_Trimarco on Instagram and Facebook Find out more about Keith: Keith's Website: www.keithmacpherson.ca Keith's Instagram: @keithmmac Keith's Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWjeL-G-Oqt0Z7ut7SH_mDg
October 5, 2020
Keith Macpherson on Forgiveness
In this solo podcast episode, Keith shares his perspective on the powerful practice of forgiveness and speaks about a Mark Twain quote that deeply inspired him, "Forgiveness is the fragrance that the violet sheds on the heel that crushed it". Macpherson explains, If we want to be free, we must learn how to practice forgiveness in our lives. Keith also responds to a tough question from one of his podcast subscribers which asks, “can you have inner peace and still forgive? Listen, as Keith explains why you should forgive othersto free yourself! Keith also shares about the ancient Hawaiian perspective on forgiveness, better known as Ho’o Ponopono. Come to learn how forgiveness was seen in this healing culture. Episode Highlights • Forgiveness is an important part of being vulnerable. • "How can you find peace without forgiveness?" • Hawaiian practice called Ho’o Ponopono • Forgive and free yourself! Website: https://www.keithmacpherson.ca Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/keithmmac Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithmmac/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keithmmacpherson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/keithmmac
September 28, 2020
Hayley Gene Penner on People You Follow
In today’s show, Keith catches up with his friend, singer-songwriter Hayley Gene Penner. Hayley talks about growing up with a famous father, starting out in the music industry, and moving to California, where she underwent a six-year ‘boot camp’ immersion in L.A life. She describes the sense of emotional freedom she experienced during the process of writing her refreshingly honest memoir, People You Follow, and explains how telling her story has helped her to become more aware of her behavioral patterns and given her a valuable insight into her romantic relationships. Hayley hopes that her honesty and vulnerability will enable readers to relate to her experiences and learn something about their own behavioral patterns from her frank and funny book. If you would like to learn more about Haley, visit her website at www.hayleygpenner.com, read more about her book at www.hayleygpenner.com/people-you-follow, and follow @hayleygenepenner on Instagram. Find out more about Keith: Keith's Website: www.keithmacpherson.ca Keith's Instagram: @keithmmac
September 21, 2020
Keith Macpherson on Vulnerability
In this this episode, Keith talks about Vulnerability. He purposely has no guests today on the show and instead takes a personal deep dive into today’s topic. For those who are regular listeners, every second week of the month for this point forward, Keith will be doing this Q and A format and answer your questions along with sharing powerful insights and wisdom. On alternate weeks, Keith will continue to interview guests and share their stories with you. In today’s episode of Let’s Connect, Keith answers listener’s questions about vulnerability and self-love and gives his perspective on the topic. He reminds us that being vulnerable is about "putting yourself out there, literally taking your mask off, and showing and exposing who you are and your truth in the world. In this episode, Keith shares why he was so grateful for living in this world and how he almost didn’t make it here. Find out what limiting beliefs had been holding him back and how you can identify yours and release them. Today’s Episode highlights: Being vulnerable is one of the most courageous things a person can do and should practice in their life. On gratefulness: his mother was confronted by doctors about him, but his mom fought for his life. Back on his Canadian Idol days, which was the epitome of needing to be loved and seen, Keith realized there was more to life than trying to be famous. Quotes from Today’s episode: "Vulnerability is about putting yourself out there, literally taking your mask off, and showing and exposing who you are and your truth in the world" - Keith Macpherson "Anything that's coming up that feels edgy or uncomfortable or feels misaligned is most likely fear that's needing to be released" - Keith Macpherson. Keith Macpherson is a motivational speaker, life coach, and author of the book "Making Sense of Mindfulness. He was also the top 22 in the fourth season of Canadian Idol. He was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He demystifies the meaning and practice of mindfulness and offers concrete and practical tools and strategies to apply mindfulness to one's everyday life. Copies of “Making Sense of Mindfulness" are available at http://www.keithmacpherson.ca Website: https://www.keithmacpherson.ca Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/keithmmac Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithmmac/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keithmmacpherson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/keithmmac
September 14, 2020
Victor McGuire on Coaching for Everyone
In this week's episode, Keith has a powerful conversation with Victor McGuire, the founder and executive director of Coaching for Everyone, a new nonprofit startup whose mission is to make professional coaching services accessible to underserved and underrepresented groups. The nonprofit will focus on providing coaching and coaching training to Black, Latinx, and indigenous people of color, who may not normally get the opportunity to work with a coach. Victor and Keitha talk about the transformative role that coaching can play in people’s lives and how the process of being heard, supported, and encouraged by a skilled and creative coach can help provide clarity and maximize personal and professional potential. Check out coachingforeveryone.org to learn more about Victor’s vision and find out how you can get involved with his quest to make coaching accessible to all. Or you can contact Victor directly at email@example.com
September 6, 2020
Jessica Hendrick on Conscious Relationships
In today's episode, Keith is joined by Jessica Hendrick, a certified conscious relationship coach. Jessica assists clients who are experiencing challenges in their relationship by making them aware that, sometimes, their persistent relationship problems are not caused by external factors, but actually, they are the result of our own learned behaviors. Jessica shows that by focusing our attention on ourselves and committing to doing our own inner work, our relationship dynamics automatically shift. Through coaching her clients on how to change their perspective, Jessica is able to make them regain their power so that they can not only have a strong relationship with themselves but their loved ones and the world around them. If you would like to learn more about Jessica, visit her website at www.jesshendrick.com or follow @jesshendrick111 on Instagram. Find out more about Keith: Keith's Website: www.keithmacpherson.ca Keith's Instagram: @keithmmac
August 16, 2020
Kiirsten May and Alex Varricchio on Creative Thinking
In this episode, Keith’s guests are Kiirsten May and Alex Varricchio, the founders and owners of the award-winning Uphouse marketing agency. During their conversation, Kiirsten and Alex share some simple but effective ways to boost creativity and bring promising ideas to life. They talk about the importance of crafting authentic and compelling brand narratives and discuss their recently released book, The Proximity Paradox, which sets out their strategies for successful problem solving and fostering innovation through collaboration. To learn more about Kiirsten and Alex, visit the Uphouse Website, follow @uphouseinc on Instagram or get their book, The Proximity Paradox: How to Create Distance from Business as Usual and Do Something Truly Innovative Find out more about Keith: Keith's Website: www.keithmacpherson.ca Keith's Instagram: @keithmmac Pono Life Schools: www.ponolifeschools.com
August 2, 2020
Karla Dueck Thiessen on Mindful Breathing
Keith is joined this week by Karla Dueck Thiessen, a schoolteacher, author, and Reiki Master. Karla has been integrating mindfulness into her lessons for the past six years and has witnessed the positive effects it has on her pupils’ behavior and wellbeing. She believes that cultivating a mindfulness practice can help children’s emotional and intellectual development and she has recently written a book about her experience of teaching mindful breathing to schoolchildren. Karla also describes how Reiki, an energy healing technique, helped her body to recover from injury and transformed the way she views the world. To learn more about Karla get her book, It Starts With A Breath, (Buy book in Canada here) or visit her Facebook page. Find out more about Keith: Keith's Website: www.keithmacpherson.ca Keith's Instagram: @keithmmac Pono Life Schools: www.ponolifeschools.com
July 26, 2020
Dr Elizabeth Cronin on Coping with Anxiety
In this episode, Keith interviews clinical psychologist, mediation teacher and podcaster, Dr. Elizabeth Cronin. Dr. Cronin talks about helping people to understand the relationship between their thoughts, feelings and behavior and explains how therapy can teach us to identify and change negative thought patterns. She also discusses the benefits of incorporating mindfulness techniques into therapy and shares some simple tips for cultivating gratitude and finding peace in the present moment. To learn more about Dr Cronin's work visit her website, www.drelizabethcronin.com or follow @drelizabethcronin on Instagram. Find out more about Keith: Keith's Website: www.keithmacpherson.ca Keith's Instagram: @keithmmac
July 19, 2020
Denise Dudley on Positive Communication
In this episode, Keith is joined by psychologist, author, keynote speaker and career coach, Denise Dudley. Denise explains how to communicate effectively both in the workplace and in personal relationships. She stresses the importance of listening and paying proper attention to what others have to say and shares some practical career advice from her book, Work It! Get in, Get Noticed, Get Promoted. Keith and Denise discuss how to create a positive mindset, build confidence, and approach the future with optimism. To find out more about Denise, visit her website, www.denisemdudley.com, or follow @authordenisedudley on Facebook. Find out more about Keith: Keith's Website: www.keithmacpherson.ca Keith's Instagram: @keithmmac
July 11, 2020
Dr. Lori Whatley on Being Connected and Engaged
In this episode, Keith connects with clinical psychologist Dr. Lori Whatley, author of Connected and Engaged: How to Manage Digital Distractions and Reconnect with the World around You. Dr Lori discusses the impact that digital addiction has on our relationships, our productivity, and our wellbeing and provides practical advice about reducing our reliance on technology. She recommends committing to phone-free times during the day, banning the phone from the bedroom at night and setting aside specific time-periods to deal with emails. To find out more about how you can spend less time on your phone and improve the quality of your life and your relationships, visit www.drloriwhatley.com. You can also follow @drloriwhatley on Instagram or visit her Facebook page. Find out more about Keith: Keith's Website: www.keithmacpherson.ca Keith's Instagram: @keithmmac
June 28, 2020
Sophie Gray on Journaling Therapy
In this episode, Keith interviews Sophie Gray, creator of the DiveThru journaling app. Sophie reveals how she turned to journaling to cure the anxiety and sense of alienation she felt after building her successful fitness brand on Instagram. She is a firm believer in the process of putting her thoughts down on paper in order to gain greater insight, clarity and purpose in her life and she explains how journaling helped her to understand her emotions and reconnect to her authentic self. To find out more about Sophie’s journey and try out her journal app, Dive Thru, click here . Find out more about Keith: Keith's Website: www.keithmacpherson.ca Keith's Instagram: @keithmmac
June 14, 2020
Jane Helbrecht on Achieving Your Goals
In this episode, Keith chats to Jane Helbrecht, public speaker and partner at Acuity HR Solutions, about goal setting and leadership. Jane believes in setting audacious goals and achieving them by learning to abandon perfectionism and concentrate on getting things done. She understands that personal growth occurs when we dare to do something challenging or uncomfortable and that the process of identifying and working towards our goals can lead to meaningful change in our lives. As an HR professional, Jane is passionate about helping businesses to create more productive and engaged teams and she encourages workplace leaders to make the time to support and nurture their staff. To learn more about Jane visit her LinkedIn page. Find out more about Keith: Keith's Website: www.keithmacpherson.ca Keith's Instagram: @keithmmac
May 31, 2020
Don Amero on Music as Medicine
In this episode, Keith talks to singer and musician Don Amero about the process of songwriting and the healing power of music. Don describes his musical journey and reveals how music has helped him to get through some dark days in his life. His mission is to create music that moves and uplifts its listeners and inspires them to do good things for themselves and the world around them. To find out more about Don and his music, visit his website, www.donamero.ca Find out more about Keith: Keith's Website: www.keithmacpherson.ca Keith's Instagram: @keithmmac
May 24, 2020
Keith Macpherson on Connecting to Light
In this episode, Giovanna Minenna talks to Keith Macpherson about the ancient Hawaiian healing and spiritual practice of Huna Kane and about finding the divine in ourselves and in our everyday lives. Keith describes his efforts to balance masculine and feminine energy, to live more in his heart than in his head and to connect to his highest self, which he envisions as a source of pure light. He stresses the importance of the breath in strengthening our connection to spirit and deepening our awareness of the thin veil between the physical and spiritual world. His intention is to clear old patterns of behaviour and become an embodiment of light in order to help others heal through transformative energy work. Find out more about Keith: Keith's Website: www.keithmacpherson.ca Keith's Instagram: @keithmmac The Making Sense of Mindfulness book: https://www.amazon.ca/Making-Sense-Mindfulness-Principals-Integrate/dp/1683509528
May 17, 2020
Sarah Chipman on Soulful Nourishment
In this episode, Keith talks to Sarah Chipman, creator of the Soulfull Nourishment support group, about overcoming an eating disorder. Sarah reveals how her condition was a way of coping with her feelings and admits she was initially reluctant to seek treatment. Since her recovery, Sarah is committed to maintaining her physical, mental, and spiritual health and she advises anyone who is struggling with an eating disorder to admit they have a problem and reach out to someone they love and trust for support. Her healing journey has inspired her to help others and her weekly support group provides a safe and non-judgmental space for people to talk openly and without shame about eating-related issues. To find out more about Sarah’s work, visit the Soulfull Nourishment Facebook group and follow @soulfull.nourishment on Instagram.
May 10, 2020
Vanessa McDonald on How To Be Brave
In this episode, Keith chats to Vanessa McDonald, founder of Courage Creator and author of The Brave Journal, about how to get out of a rut and start living a life that is aligned with your true purpose. Vanessa discusses the benefits of building your brave muscles, growing out of your comfort zone, and challenging yourself to grow and improve. She shares her own experience of making a radical career shift and stresses the importance of believing in yourself, setting a clearly defined goal and working confidently and consistently towards a better future. To find out more about Vanessa, visit www.couragecreator.com and follow @brave_journal on Instagram.
May 3, 2020
Dr. Erin Fall Haskell on Living a Soul-Filled Life
Keith’s guest today is Dr. Erin Fall Haskell, author, entrepreneur and TV host of Good Morning LaLa Land. Dr. Erin describes the process of spiritual awakening and discusses the need to shed past identities and reprogram the subconscious mind in order to align with your personal truth and start living a soul-filled life. She helps others to connect with their authentic selves and train as spiritual coaches through her online community, Soulciété, whose mission is to awaken a billion people globally by developing spiritual leaders and raising the collective consciousness. To find out more about Dr Erin and her work, visit her website at www.soulciete.com or follow her on Instagram @soulciete, @drerin.tv, @goodmorninglalaland For more information on Keith's ABC's Of Mindfulness, series go to www.keithmacpherson.ca
April 12, 2020
Kienan LaFrance on Playing to Win
In this episode, Keith talks to professional athlete Kienan LaFrance about what it’s like to play in the CFL. Kienan discusses the highs and lows of his career and reveals how his competitive instinct, combined with talent and hard work, paved the way for his sporting success. He is currently a running back for the Saskatchewan Roughriders and is proud to be involved in the team’s partnership with the Red Cross to raise awareness around the subject of domestic violence and abuse.
April 5, 2020
Joseph Khoja on Daring to Dream
In today’s show, Keith chats to wellness entrepreneur Joseph Khoja about what he has learned from his years of working in the field of personal development. Joseph stresses the importance of accepting our imperfections whilst having the courage to challenge our limiting beliefs and improve our lives. He reminds us to practice gratitude for what we have and to use creative visualization to further assist us on our journeys towards self-fulfillment. He points out that our happiness depends on developing a deep sense of connection with others and encourages us to combat social isolation by engaging in conversations rather than staring at our phones. If you want to hear more from Joseph, you can book tickets for the Winnipeg 2020 Power of Success conference where he will take to the stage alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger and Molly Bloom. Plus, make sure to visit www.keithmacpherson.ca to learn more about the Flow Life Retreat with Keith and Summer McStravick happening this June in California.
March 22, 2020
Vincci Tsui on Intuitive Eating
In this episode, Keith sits down with Registered Dietitian Vincci Tsui to discuss intuitive and mindful eating. Vincci encourages us to stop dieting and start building a healthy relationship with food by trusting our intuition to let us know what, when and how much we should eat. She asks us to regard food as morally neutral, neither good nor bad, and to abandon the guilt we feel when we eat certain foods. Mindful eating means bringing our awareness to what we eat, appreciating and enjoying our food and respecting and nurturing our bodies. To learn more, check out Vincci’s Mindful Eating Workbook and visit her website https://vinccitsui.com to access a free 7-day mini-course of mindful eating meditations and exercises.
March 1, 2020
Dr. Friedemann Schaub on Connecting to your Consciousness
Keith’s guest this week is Dr. Friedemann Schaub, host of The Empowerment Radio Show, author of The Fear and Anxiety Solution and creator of The Accelerated Breakthrough Program. Dr. Friedemann believes that anxiety occurs when we become disconnected from our true selves. He urges us to see anxiety as a symptom of a deeper unease which we can use as a catalyst to grow and discover our true purpose in life. In his Breakthrough Program, he works with clients to remove their outer layers of conditioning and create a space for their inner truth to thrive. To learn more about how to lead a less anxious and more authentic life go to drfriedemann.com
January 5, 2020
Laurie Duperier on Talking to Animals
Today Keith connects with Laurie Duperier, who has written a book about her very special relationship with her dog, Gunny. Laurie believes that Gunny had a story to share with the world and, with the help of an animal communicator, she set about interpreting Gunny’s thoughts and putting them down on paper. Laurie speaks movingly about the depth of her bond with her dog, her grief over his passing and her belief that death is not the end but just part of the cycle of reincarnation. She still feels connected to Gunny and hopes that her story will inspire and comfort other pet owners. To find out more about Laurie and Gunny’s life together, check out Laurie’s blog at www.theendlesspath.com
December 15, 2019
Dr. Greg Wells on Taking Control of Your Life
In today’s show, Keith talks to Dr. Greg Wells, scientist, author and performance physiologist. Dr. Wells urges us to take control of our lives by identifying our priorities, re-scheduling our calendars and taking time to do the things that are important for us. He advises us to defend our time from the demands of others and explains how to maximize our health and performance by making manageable changes to our lifestyles. For more tips on how to live a happy, healthy and successful life, visit https://drgregwells.com or follow him on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
December 2, 2019
Shannon Leppky on Learning from Horses
In this episode, Keith interviews Shannon Leppky, founder of SEE Coaching and Consulting, about her work as an executive coach and provider of leadership programs. Shannon outlines her professional background and discusses her recent venture into equine-assisted coaching where she works with horses to help clients develop a deeper sense of clarity and an increased level of self-awareness. She explains that the intuitive ability of horses to perceive and respond to human emotions makes them ideally suited for involvement in coaching programs intended to promote well-being and personal growth. To find out more, visit Shannon’s website at https://seecoachandconsult.ca
November 17, 2019
Dr. Riley Klassen on Building Lasting Health
In this week’s episode, Keith is joined by Dr. Riley Klassen, a chiropractor with a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. Riley explains how the position of the spine affects the nervous system and impacts our overall health. He specializes in providing gentle chiropractic care and advocates a proactive approach, stressing the importance of maximizing health by adopting an active lifestyle, a healthy diet and a positive mindset.
November 3, 2019
Monica Berg on the Power of Change
Keith’s guest this week is Monica Berg, author and Chief Communications Officer at The Kabbalah Centre, New York. Monica is a passionate advocate for the power of change to bring more joy, peace, and fulfillment into our lives. She talks about the teachings of the Kabbalah tradition and the need to tame the ego in order to expand consciousness and pursue a spiritual path.
October 20, 2019
Suzi Friesen on Mental Fitness and Self-Care
Keith is joined this week by his friend, Suzi Friesen, who runs the Project 11 program promoting mental health awareness in schools. Listen in as Suzi explains the importance of developing healthy coping strategies early in life and shares how her interest in mental wellbeing was shaped by her childhood experience of watching her mother struggle with schizophrenia.
October 6, 2019
Roger Berrington on Building Hope and Confidence
In this week’s episode, Keith’s guest is Roger Berrington, development coach and visionary. Roger likes to think of life as a game of snakes and ladders where the qualities of hope, optimism and confidence can inspire you to achieve your goals and take you to the next level. As well, he emphasizes the role of resilience in allowing individuals to overcome the obstacles and struggles that they will inevitably face.
September 22, 2019
Leslee Watt on Peak Experiences
On today's podcast Keith is joined in the studio by Leslee Watt to discuss her upcoming book "Wide Open". During the fall of 2015, Leslee walked the El Camino trail, a large network of ancient pilgrim routes stretching across Europe that culminate at the tomb of St. James in north-west Spain.
September 15, 2019
Tim Magwood on Heartfulness at Work
On this week's episode, Keith is joined by Tim Magwood to discuss heartfulness in the workplace. Tim is a fountain of knowledge who has been described as having the mind of an entrepreneur, the heart of a coach and storyteller and the soul of a singer-songwriter. Listen in as Tim shares his insight on how to bring more heartfulness into our everyday lives plus what it means to lead from the heart and how this can improve peak performance. If you'd like to learn more about heartfulness you can catch both Keith and Tim at the Heartfulness At Work summit on September 25th in Toronto. If you're a leader in the workplace and you want to bring more heartfulness to your company purchase your ticket now.
September 8, 2019
Casey Kaczmarek on Holistic Health
On this week's podcast, Keith is joined by Casey Kaczmarek, a certified holistic health and wellness coach who shares her truly incredible healing journey. At one time in her life, Casey suffered from 18 serious health conditions simultaneously and was left bedridden for over four years. However, through significant change, particularly in relation to nutrition, she was able to transform her life and take back control of her health. https://healthcoachcasey.com/
August 25, 2019
Courtney Mandock on Inner Beauty
On this week's episode, Keith is joined by Courtney Mandock, an individual who rebels against stereotypes and refuses to be defined. Not only is Courtney a full-time mechanical engineer but she is also the winner of Miss Manitoba World & Miss Teen Manitoba World.
August 11, 2019
Steve Bell on Spirituality in Today's World
This week Keith is joined by singer-songwriter and troubadour for our time, Steve Bell. Steve has a career spanning 30 years spent traveling the world and using his music to spread a message of love, hope and faith.
July 28, 2019
Sarah Blondin on Living an Awakened Life
In this week's episode of Let's Connect, Keith is joined by writer and podcaster, Sarah Blondin. You may be familiar with Sarah through her immensely popular The Live Awake Podcast that has over 8 million downloads on Insight Timer. Through her work, Sarah aims to change people's perspective to enable them to live a more empowered life where joy becomes a natural state of being, rather than something that is occasionally stumbled upon.
July 14, 2019
Lauren Cleveland and Adele Desjardins on Transformations & New Beginnings
On this week's podcasts, Keith is joined by Lauren Cleveland and Adele Desjardins. Both women are doing incredible work in the world of transformation and are part of Transformation Weekend, a group focused on removing old obstacles and fears to enable people to live a life of success, joy, love, and happiness. Join them on this episode as they discuss how to overcome life's challenges and move into a place of new beginnings.
June 30, 2019
Mackenzie Kolton on Living Your Life Purpose
This week, Keith is joined by Mackenzie Kolton, one of the leaders in the Get Real Movement, a non-profit focused on combatting 2SLGBTQ+ discrimination and promoting acceptance in schools, summer camps, and the workplace. Mackenzie is an inspirational example of someone living their life's purpose. Tune in to hear her tips on how to remain true to yourself without worrying about the opinions of others.
June 16, 2019
Sherri Lendering on Compassion, Judgement, and Intuition
This week Keith is joined by actor, model and dancer, Sherri Lendering. In this episode, Sherri shares her experience on what it's like being an immigrant moving to Canada and how this has shifted her perspective. In addition, Sherri breaks down her decision-making process and explains how her intuition plays a key role in it.
June 2, 2019
Maurice Thibodeau on Life Mastery, Love, and Relationships
This week Keith is joined by life coach and creative entrepreneur, Maurice Thibodeau. Learn what it means to do a solid inventory on the different areas of your life including career, finance, and relationships. In addition, Maurice shares tips and ideas on how to think about love relationships in a new and authentic way that will bring more spark and cohesiveness to the way you move together through your life. To take the Life Inventory Assessment, click here.
May 19, 2019
Tammy Brazier of Good Life Fitness- Mindful Leadership
Tammy Brazier holds a senior leadership role at Good Life Fitness. She is an inspirational speaker and leader in her community. Today on the podcast Tammy speaks with Keith about leadership and what it means to be a leader these days in the business world. During the conversation, Tammy also addresses a new way of thinking about work/life balance and how to integrate mindfulness into your leadership roles in the workplace and beyond.
May 5, 2019
Let's Connect with Molly Davis
This week Keith travels to the base of Mount Adams in Washington state to catch up with Molly Davis. Molly is the inspiration behind Trailhead Coaching and Consulting and the author of best selling book, Blush. In their conversation, Molly discusses the concept of order, disorder, and re-order and what it means to live in deeper awareness as we journey through our life. and...what does it mean to be at the trailhead?
April 21, 2019
Let's Connect with Mandy Morris
This week, Keith speaks with entrepreneur, author and philanthropist, Mandy Morris. Mandy shares her story about how she transformed her life and found her life's work. Mandy also shares more details on her new book, "Love, It's How I Manifest" and how we can begin using the tools in the book to shift our own lives. Learn how to shift limiting beliefs and step into the life you were meant to live, as you tune into this week's episode of Let's Connect.
April 7, 2019
Let's Connect with Aaron Edgar
Aaron Edgar is one of the hardest working and most in-demand drummers in the country, with good reason. Aaron is known as a frequent columnist in Modern Drummer Magazine and was recently selected to attend an exclusive tour of Nasa Space Station with a group of other social media influencers. Today, Keith speaks with Aaron about effortless mastery. How do you show up in each present moment and tap into your true creativity. This and more on this week's Let's Connect...
March 27, 2019
Let's Connect with Summer McStravick
This week, Keith is joined by Summer McStravick, the woman who invented Flowdreaming, In Flow Radio and Hay House Radio. She is also known for her work with Louise Hay and Wayne Dyer. Together on the podcast today, Keith and Summer discuss their upcoming retreat experience that is being offered at 1440 Multiversity and also discuss the power of intuition, and the connections that they both share in the world of healing and transformation.
March 18, 2019
Let's Connect with Libby Carstensen
This week Keith stops by Gather Yoga Studio in Encinitas, CA to meet up with Libberated Coach and Kundalini Yoga instructor, Libby Carstensen. For over 20 years, Libby has studied and worked with some of the greatest thought leaders of our time including Deepak Chopra, David Simon, Eckhart Tolle, Tony Robbins, and David J to name a few. Today, Libby shares what she has learned in the field and how she arrived at this powerful place of awareness.
March 13, 2019
Let's Connect with Rob Mack
This week's edition of Let's Connect is a special episode sub-titled, "Coaches In Cars". Meet happiness coach, Rob Mack. Rob's work has been endorsed by Oprah Winfrey and Vanessa Williams. In addition, Rob is a Celebrity Love Coach for the television show, Famously Single, on E!, Rob has been a featured guest expert for shows like The Today Show, Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight, and CBS Early Show. Rob is also a co-host for the popular daytime talk show, Good Morning Lalaland. http://www.coachrobmack.com/
March 4, 2019
Let's Connect with Suze Yalof Schwartz
This week Keith is joined by creator of Unplug Meditation, (the world's first drop-in, secular meditation studio and app), Suze Yalof Schwartz. With a background in the fashion industry, receiving endorsements from the likes of Oprah Winfrey and others, it may not have been predicted that Suze would find herself behind the creation of Unplug Meditation, yet she speaks to the power of how anything is possible and the importance of following your creative curiosity.
February 25, 2019
Let's Connect with Travis Streb
What do you discover after biking up an actual mountain everyday for a year? Find out this week from leadership life coach and host of The Men At Work podcast, Travis Streb. In this episode, Travis speaks with Keith Macpherson on what he has learned about finding meaning in each moment. He also shares insights into parenting your children from a mindfulness perspective, and how to continue to find a proper work/life balance as you navigate through the currents of everyday life.
February 11, 2019
Let's Connect with Nancy Hala
This week Keith meets with Nancy Hala. Nancy is the co-founder of The Pillar Life. The Pillar Life is a simple strategy created to transform our lives. A life-guidance system that can become the framework you need for a radical shift in your own experience. Together with her business partner, Sheri Salata, Nancy has stepped into the next phase of her life with an incredible vision and story. On this week's episode we gain valuable wisdom from someone who is truly living her life on purpose.
January 28, 2019
Let's Connect with Alyssa Nobriga
This week Keith takes the podcast to Los Angeles where he speaks with Deepak Chopra endorsed, Life Coach and Psychotherapist, Alyssa Nobriga. Alyssa shares about her work in the field of coaching and gives some great tips on how to conquer limiting beliefs that creep into our consciousness. Be sure to check out more about Alyssa at www.alyssanobriga.com.
January 21, 2019
Let's Connect with Jeanette Schneider
This week on the podcast, Keith speaks with Jeanette Schneider about her new book, LORE. After 23 years in finance, Jeanette Schneider hung up her executive title and retired from a highly successful career to advocate for women in life, love, the boardroom and the marketplace. She is now the President and CEO of LIV Media, as well as an author and speaker.
January 14, 2019
Let's Connect with Martin Rutte
This week on the podcast, Keith connects with Martin Rutte about how we can be part of creating Heaven on Earth. Perhaps best known as co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul at Work, Martin also is the author of the new book, Heaven on Earth. As a bonus this week, Giovanna Minnena returns to speak about her vision for the new year and her recent appearance on the popular TV show, Dragon's Den.
January 7, 2019
Let's Connect with Michel Neray
This week Keith meets with professional speaker, consultant, and Mo Monday's founder, Michel Neray. Learn more about the vision of Mo Mondays and the amazing story of how it began. Michel also discusses the power of leadership and his work as a consultant and professional speaker.
December 31, 2018
Let's Connect with Brooke Palsson
From a rental car parking on the street in downtown Toronto, Keith Macpherson catches up with actress and musician extraordinaire, Brooke Palsson. Brooke shares about her experiences being a young actress on the HBO series, Less Than Kind and also offers up one of her new tracks off her latest music album release. At the end of the show, Nashville-Based duo, Twin Kennedy also share one of their holiday songs live with us.
December 24, 2018
Let's Connect with Nancy Silverman
After many years apart, Keith Macpherson re-connects with fellow Canadian Idol contestant, Nancy Silverman. In this episode, Keith and Nancy discuss their learnings from both being finalists in season 4 of Canadian Idol along with how they have grown since their experience there. Nancy also gives some sound advice on how to bring mindfulness and meditation into your daily life.
December 17, 2018
Let's Connect with Bruce Langford
Joining Keith in studio this week is Bruce Langford from the popular podcast, Mindfulness Mode. Keith and Bruce meet up in a basement cubby hole in Toronto and speak about their perspectives and insights into this buzz word, mindfulness. Enjoy the wisdom and insights from Bruce as he covers many new ways of thinking about the topic of mindfulness. You can also tune into more of Bruce on his popular podcast, Mindfulness Mode.
December 10, 2018
Let's Connect with Natalie Reimer Anderson
Loving ourselves is one of the most important and foundational practices to finding inner peace and balance in life. Today on the podcast, Keith Macpherson is joined by self-love coach, Natalie Reimer Anderson, who speaks about her powerful healing journey into self love. New ways of thinking about healing our mind and body are discussed in this powerful conversation along with many transformative tips and resources to ensure you are on a jounrey towards self love.
December 3, 2018
Let's Connect with Dave Jaworski
On this week's episode of Let's Connect, Keith Macpherson speaks with author and thought leader, Dave Jaworski. As author of the new book, Microsoft Secrets, Dave shares with us the incredible stories and wisdom that has been gained by working directly with founder, Bill Gates. Dave is also the creator of the popular phrase, "Love On" and gives us all more insight into where this idea came from. Tune in and get ready to be inspired by this amazing soul!
November 26, 2018
Let's Connect with Ruth Wellborn
Ever wonder what it is like to live up north? This week on the podcast, award winning author, Ruth Wellborn drops by to speak about her new children's book, Never Rub Noses With A Narwhal. Ruth also shares experiences being a classroom teacher for several years and the wisdom she has gained from living in small town communities.
November 19, 2018
Let's Connect with Sheena Grobb
Sheena Grobb drops in to speak with Keith about her work as a coach, healer and musician. Sheena also shares how she has come to define the word, Grace. Sheena also "graces" us with one of her songs live on the podcast.
November 12, 2018
Let's Connect with Sam Squire
Sam Squire is someone who is living her dream and stepping out bravely to pursuit her vision of bringing people together to share the practice of yoga and meditation. This week, Keith Macpherson speaks with Sam about how she came to this strong vision of creating what she calls, The Soul Squad and also how to find balance while following your dream.
November 5, 2018
Let's Connect with Ariel Posen
This week on the podcast, Keith Macpherson is joined by singer/songwriter, Ariel Posen. Ariel comes to the show to share about his debut, upcoming album release and all of the wisdom that he has gained while traveling through the world as a professional musician. Expect a few songs on this episode in addition to an engaged conversation.
October 29, 2018
Let's Connect with Jenny Marrin
Creativity is our birthright yet so many of us feel blocked in our lives, unable to tap into our creative energies. This week on the podcast, Keith speaks with videographer and creator, Jenny Marrin of Marrin Media about how to access our authentic creativity and bring it into both our personal and work lives. Find out what has been blocking youf rom expressing your true creativity and how to step into living life fully in the NOW moment!
October 22, 2018
Let's Connect with Zofia Dove
This week Keith Macpherson connects with author, poet, and healer, Zofia Dove. In this episode Zofia shares her discoveries while working with patients who are confronting death. Come to learn a new way of thinking about death and dying after hearing this powerful conversation. There is also a special surprise towards the end of the episode featuring live music and a poetry reading.
October 15, 2018
Let's Connect with Giovanna Minenna
On this week's episode of Let's Connect, Keith Macpherson has an in-depth conversation with life coach and business entrepreneur, Giovanna Minenna. Giovanna is the owner of Brows By G, a very successful business in Winnipeg that is expanding across the country. We speak about how to find balance as a business owner with all the other parts of life. This is an episode you don't want to miss!
October 8, 2018
Let's Connect with Brian Denysuik
For many of us, the topic of money and finances brings up fears, insecurities and can really impact our mental health and well being. This week on the podcast, Keith Macpherson speaks with owner of Credit Aid, Brian Denysuik. In their conversation. Brian and Keith discuss alternate ways of thinking about money and finances to improve over all health and well being. On this episode, Keith also reads a chapter from his new book, Making Sense of Mindfulness.
October 1, 2018
Let's Connect with Stephanie Staples
This week Keith Macpherson speaks with life coach, motivational speaker and author, Stephanie Staples about how to live your best life, unlimited. Stephanie speaks about her upcoming new book release and also how she steeped into what her life purpose was calling her to express. Also- learn what book is inspiring Keith these days and his recent travels to speak in a living room about mindfulness.
September 23, 2018
Connect with Charlotte Jackson
This week on the podcast Keith strikes up a conversation with educator and author of the new children's book, Finnegan's Bliss. Charlotte Jackson is an up and coming thought leader in the education system. She is a regular practitioner of mindfulness and has found some very successful ways to implement this into her classroom. Join Keith and Char as they discuss new ways to bring more peace and calm into the school environment for children.
September 17, 2018
Meet Joanne Klassen
This week Keith Macpherson shares a conversation with president of Heartspace International Associates, Joanne Klassen. He also pays tribute to author Louise L. Hay and shares some new updates on his Pono Life Schools vision.
September 10, 2018
Meet Danny and l'aura Carroll
This week on the podcast, Keith Macpherson speaks with Danny and l'aura Carrol of Crystal Music Sound Healing about the power of sound healing. Discover how to connect to the most creative part of yourself and learn about a very exciting new event taking place in Winnipeg, Canada.
September 3, 2018