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At 6’7″ 345lbs, John or “The Dancing Trucker,” might be the coolest guy on the planet. John got involved with in Zumba 2011. Lost 100 lbs, then became a certified instructor for Zumba. In 2015, John’s mom was killed by drunk driver. 3 months after that, his house burned down to the ground. Dancing saved him.
JOIN Me today as we chat about his journey and John’s plans for the future.
Jess embarked on a whirlwind journey around the globe in 2018. Traveling and immersing herself deep within new cultures. Less than two years later, her travel channel has more thank 140k subscribers.
TUNE IN and JOIN Us in as I chat with Jess about manifesting the life of her dreams and what it took to get there.
Donna Stellini is not your average 80 year old. I met her in my pole dancing class. Turns out not only was Donna Miss California and a former model; at the age of 67 she took a photography course and has been traveling the world as a professional photographer ever since.
Tune in. This might just be my best interview yet. Donna doesn’t fuck around.
Comedian Richard Chassler on comedy, getting out there and how spirituality helped him along the way.
Born in Tokyo, Kallisto D’Amore from San Francisco Bay Area originally now living in Los Angeles. Artist, Rapper, Singer. Keeping it freaky.
Matt Zinman is a personal success trainer whose experiences as an entrepreneur, athlete, single parent, caretaker, and nonprofit founder drive him to be a difference-maker and positively impact as many people as possible. This led him to author Z-isms: Insights to Live By. In addition, Matt is CEO of The Internship Institute, which he established to “Make Experience Matter.”
Marcquille Alexander Johnson, better known by his stage name Marcqui Blvck (pronounced as “black”), is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, actor and model from Hartford, Connecticut.
Join us today, as Marcqui discusses what it’s like to be an up-and-coming rapper in Los Angeles.
About This Episode
Celebrity Dancer And Choreographer To The Stars, Dani Vitale, Has Danced For Rhianna, Eminem, Katy Perry, Scored An Endorsement Deal With Under Armour And Has Choreographed Tours For Demi Lovato And Halsey To Name A Few.
From Rejection During Her Early Phases In Her Career, To Everyone In The “Business” Telling Her She “Wasn’t Good Enough” Or “Wasn’t Pretty Enough,” To Finding Herself At The Top To Only To Hit Rock Bottom At The Height Of Her Career And How She Rose Up To Find Out Who She Really Was.
JOIN Us As We Get Real About Life, Heartbreak And Healing And Everything In Between.
According to the World Health Organization, 48% of young female have experience some sort of sexual dysfunction. (Problems related to orgasm, pain during intercourse, lack of sexual desire or sexual pleasure.)I myself am one of them.
JOIN ME today, as I chat with Aliya Montague as we discuss how sensual dance can help heal sexual trauma, orgasm dysfunction, body images issues and more.
Hailing from Ohio, Comedian Allison Leber has rocked the comedy circuit in Chicago and LA since 2007. She's produced Chicago Comedy Awards, a one woman show called “Hello My Name Is You,” to name a few.
But just like the rest of us, she has had her lows. JOIN Us today as we talk depression, putting ginger up her husband's asshole and everything in between.
Yoga instructor to the stars, Antwan Thomas, gets real with how life in LA broke him (and eventually found him). He came to Los Angeles to pursue his dreams of dancing and singing, only to get his dreams shattered on national television. Not once. But twice. #yayrealitytv!
***I curse a lot in this interview. #sorrynotsosorry***
After he got done throwing himself a pity party, Antwan discovered yoga (and weed) which led him down a path of enlightenment that has elevated his life in ways that Superstardom never could.
JOIN us for the next 30 minutes as we talk about being weed, religion, enlightenment and how breakdowns lead to break throughs.