calling out my bologna
a podcast about Coaching
Are you an ambitious and dynamic coach or business babe ready to go all in on your dreams, become an A-lister in your niche and create a massive impact by getting super strategic and scaling to success?
Are you ready to wave goodbye to feeling overwhelmed, overworked and underpaid?
Are you ready to stop trading time for money, to scale up your offers and to learn how to actually move your business forward, committing to taking robust action to turn your wishes into wins and your passion into profit?
Do you wish you had ready-made, high-vibe, enterprising biz besties to share your magic-filled journey with?
Yes, yes and YES?
Yes, everything you just read is bullshit.
If you are triggered, sick to death, broke or broken by the online Coaching business, this PODCAST is for YOU, gorgeous!
To all the Superstar CEO Coaches, scaling or sustainably Coaches and doubling your income Coaches or hitting those $10k+ months Coaches, creating more money mindset Coaches, freedom and fun Coaches - I'm ready for you. Please listen here!!
I am a Coach willing to give you the unembellished truth about life coaching, the anxiety and discomfort of what I went through — and ultimately, what drove me to be public about problematic areas in my work—after years of unpacking, unlearning, understanding, investing, sitting back/shutting up, responsibly owning my privilege, and hiring people that didn't look like me to help me learn about colonialism, capitalism, and being anti-racist, I'm speaking up about some of the things I've learned. You'll hear me talk about deconditioning, changing demographics, questioning ideas, and beliefs, facing ridicule and overcoming New Age Spirituality.
Sarah Steeles, the awarded host of the Let's Talk About Sects podcast based in Australia, receives reviews like this one:
"Cleverly named, meticulously researched." Elena Nicolaou, Refinery29
During the initial process and interview, Sarah provided an excellent example of DUE DILIGENCE. She offered the care and attention a reasonable person exercises to avoid harm to others. In this field of Coaches and cult recovery, it is important to find safe people willing to exercise caution and care. Thank you, Sarah
I am honoured to be a bonus guest Coach endorsed by Janja Lalich.
Also, I want to acknowledge my loving friend Tracy, the dearest, most devoted person that cared enough to know she had to speak her truth to get through to me. Seeing her bravery in confronting me is one of the best things to happen in my work.
Below I have listed some of the ways I have educated myself on how I continue to improve.
Please listen and share your comments.
2020/2021/2022 Teachers and ways I am holding myself accountable:
Dra. Rocio Rosales Meza Ph.D., Unlearning The White Colonial Mind, Membership Community The Decolonial Healing Space for Decolonial Accomplices
Dr. Frantonia Pollins The Evil Behind Your Love & Light: Candid Conversations, How to Create an UncompromisingAnti-racism Action Plan for New Age Spirituality and Women's Empowerment Spaces
Introduction to Ancestor Reverence and review of bio-cultural identity. Yeye Luisah Teish is an American author of African and African-diaspora spiritual cultures. Yeye holds an honorary Ph.D. from the International Institute of Integral Human Sciences.
Trudi Lebron Equity Centered Coaching Collective Annual Membership
Lorna Liana Keys to Decolonizing Plant Medicine Culture Keys to healing trauma and reducing harm from the unconscious perpetuation of racial violence, oppression and privilege in the plant medicine community.
Sonia Simone is a marketing teacher, slow business and creative coach without obnoxious sales and marketing tactics.
Kai Cheng Thom queer, trans, and activist Coaching consultant and conflict resolution specialist "Cultural change lives in the collective body" -Kai Cheng Thom
Dr Janja Lalich is a world-renowned expert in cultic studies who offers resources to help survivors of coercive groups and courses for therapists and social workers to improve their counselling services.
Gerette Bulgion's focus on coercive control and cultic dynamics combined with introspection, therapy, and a commitment to unflinching honesty were the pillars of the recovery process.
The Center for Optimal Living offers training and workshops on the Integrative Harm Reduction Psychotherapy framework that can be applied when approaching clinical work with clients using psychedelics.