In this episode Fiona Redding talks about the importance of being honest in your communications with yourself, and how you are really feeling (not the face that you are putting on to the world).
You can find Fiona at TheHappinessHunter.com.
In this episode Loren Bartley and Fiona Redding talk about letting go, sharing their recent experiences in letting go and the impact it has had on their businesses and life.
Loren Bartley & Fiona Redding
In this episode Issam Kadamani talks about alternative healing, sharing how alternative healing can benefit people who are feeling a bit burnt out, stressed or overwhelmed.
Issam Kadamani MSCD M. IMM (Aust) M. NMI (Aust) Alumni USA, Reiki & Sekhem Master, Ajna Grand Master is the Principal at The International College of Meditation & Healing. His focus is to empower you so that you can live your life to the fullest, with unconditional love and joy.
For the last 35 years Issam has taught around the world, and is based in Melbourne teaching meditation and metaphysics and providing much sought after life & business coaching and spiritual mentoring.
Originally from Lebanon, via three years at Mystery School in Tibet and studying with the great Masters throughout Europe, for the last 35 years Issam has been based in Melbourne, teaching a weekly meditation and metaphysics class, delivering training in various healing modalities and running personal development courses and workshops as well as working as a Business Coach and Spiritual Mentor.
In this episode Fiona Redding talks about living with intention, sharing insights into how having a ‘living with intention” mindset can help you achieve anything in life.
Well you are about to meet a mum proving an inspiration to women across Australia. From feeling desperately unhappy and by her own admission drinking too much to running a nationwide motivational business in just 3 short years. Now she called herself the Happiness Hunter. ~ Emmy Kubainski, 9 News – Perth
In this episode Chris Raine talks about Hello Sunday Morning and how they are helping people understand the relationship they have with alcohol, as well as supporting people to make whatever changes they need to make to help improve their quality of life.
Chris is the Founder and CEO of Hello Sunday Morning – an international health promotion charity that facilitates the program and supports thousands of people across the world to take a break and assess their own relationship with alcohol. Thanks to the philanthropic and government investment across Australia and New Zealand, that community now sits at over 44,000 people – with each one of their stories an essential contribution to a better drinking culture. Chris is a former Queensland Young Australian of the Year and in 2014 Chris completed his MBA at Oxford University as one of five Skoll Scholarship awardees.