Moving to the US from Serbia in 2001, Nataša Vušković began pursuing a career in health science and started a family. It wasn’t until years later that she began to confront the questions and the feelings she had internalized that ultimately led her to return to her true passion and calling: creating music.
It's been my pleasure to collaborate with Nataša since she became a client more than 4 years ago. I’m positive it will be yours also, to travel this road with her as she explores herself, the rules she was handed growing up and answers the question “Do I have another story to tell?”
In this episode we discussed:
- Finding your purpose
- Giving yourself permission to fail and follow your dreams
- Challenging the rules we are handed as kids
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It's not a mystery why so many of us are experiencing extreme stress over the last few months. While we try to keep our heads above water with remote work, remote learning for our kids and the herding of all the cats in our lives, our bodies are working overtime to make every day happen.
Prolonged stress - chronic stress - has major health implications. We hear this all the time, right? But what does that mean? What's going on in your body every time you have to make a new decision? Every time life throws another curveball? Why does it feel like I'm running from a bear on some days?
In this episode, we dig into what is going on in your body while you are answering a million and one questions every day AND the 3 simple things you can do to protect yourself, and your family.
In Part 2 of my conversation with Dr. Gwen Williams, a hospitalist, who has experienced racial bias as a medical student and a practicing physician, we unpack some of the most alarming statistics on infant mortality rate and cancer death rates that are more than twice likely to affect the black and brown communities. We discuss the complexities of these statistics and Dr. Williams gives us insight on how to move to an equitable healthcare system for all people.
You can follow along on her journey here:
Dr. Gwen Williams knew at 4 years old she would be a doctor. She was raised by first-generation immigrant parents who empowered her confidence by living the example of making the world a better place, to be kind, to have compassion and self-aware.
Having grown up in NYC, she was used to all flavors of diversity and was exposed to the historic truths of race in America by intentional community leaders. During medical school she was corrected by fellow non-white students to "behave" and she began to see a different side of the world she didn't anticipate.
Her story is compelling, her optimism is contagious and her perspective is invaluable which is why this conversation has been split into Part 1 and Part 2. Enjoy Part 1 today.
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Dr. Michael Wild knew from the age of 12 that he would become a health and wellness professional healing the world. He didn't anticipate the depth of purpose, or personal loss, in his journey over the next 30+ years, including losing the love of his life, Linda. In this episode, you hear a story of incredible resilience and also gain human body education that will be life-changing.
You can find Dr. Wild on his website.
We all learned and adopted rules about how, when and what emotions are acceptable to have, express and acknowledge. These rules have limited your ability to connect with the people in your life but most importantly with your inner wisdom and alignment. In this episode, I walk you through the questions you can ask yourself to continue the journey of Boldly Becoming You.
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