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 “I have not been able to find a single piece of research that tells me that anything bad happens when women have more money,” says Sallie Krawcheck, CEO and cofounder of Ellevest. Krawcheck joins chief content officer Elise Loehnen to talk about why women make really good investors and how money can mean freedom. She talks about how she became the most powerful woman on Wall Street (“in the day,” Krawcheck insists). She shares what she’s learned about the ways men and women look at money and why women are taught to feel so much shame and guilt around it. And she teaches us what to do with money and how to start investing with whatever we have.


episode 009: #Goodancestor Podcast host Layla Saad interviews Glen doyle

Glennon Doyle is the author of the #1 New York Times Bestseller LOVE WARRIOR, a 2016 Oprah’s Book Club selection, as well as the New York Times Bestseller CARRY ON, WARRIOR. She is the founder and president of Together Rising, a nonprofit organization that has raised $15.5 Million for women, families, and children in crisis. Glennon is an activist, speaker, and thought leader who believes that a Love Warrior's journey is to rush toward her pain and allow her pain to become her power. She lives in Florida with her wife and three children. Follow @glennondoyle to experience Glennon's hilarious and unapologetic writing about parenting, mental health, addiction, recovery social justice, faith, and connection.


expanded podcast x Patricia coulter: her journey to non profit work and how we can all strive for equality

Patricia Coulter blesses this episode of the EXPANDED Podcast with her beautiful story-telling. She brings us along her journey as a young girl with a love for music, to teaching, expanding her education, diving into non-profit work and raising her son as a single mother. She educates us on privilege and expands us in more ways than we thought possible.


# 34: Jameela Jackson

Balancing work life and home life is an art, not a science. Today’s guest Jameela Jackson is a working mom who has followed her passions and skills to develop an extensive career in public relations and recently as part of an Google offshoot called StartUp Grind. Learn how Jameela forged her path and how to this day, she continues to be a badass to amplify other entrepreneurs in Los Angeles while taking care of her family as a single mom.

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Feature 1: Bree Melanson with YOUR OWN MAGIc

In this episode from Your Own Magic podcast, hosted by Raquell Mantra, Bree talks soulfully about her gifts, revisits when she was introduced to her channeling and medium gifts, how to move out of our ego, along with talking about how to deeply connect with our intuition.


Oprah winfrey: own your truth

In a live appearance at UCLA’s Royce Hall, Oprah explains why it’s important for all of us to find our own truth. “What is the truth of me? Why am I here? And what do I have to offer?” Oprah asks. “The answer,” she says, “is yourself.” Oprah shares why you are enough, just as you are, and offers up the one question you need to ask whenever life throws you a curveball. She also shares what she wants everyone to stop doing right now.


277: The Secret to Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Imposter syndrome is feeling out of place in the scenes you’ve dreamed up for yourself. It’s reaching that big goal and looking around thinking, “I don’t belong here, someone is going to call me out, I’m not supposed to be here.” 

Imposter syndrome plagues even the most accomplished, successful people because it has nothing to do with our qualifications or experience. Imposter syndrome attacks your confidence and changes your inner dialog, and it can impact your productivity, big time. 

In this episode Jenna Kutcher breaks down the ways in which she has helped herself overcome imposture syndrome along with urging her audience to go and watch Brene Brown’s Netflix special The Call To Courage. If you haven’t had the chance to watch this incredible talk please click this link to learn more.



Elizabeth Gilbert—beloved author of City of Girls; Eat, Pray, Love; and Big Magic—opened up In goop Health Los Angeles with GP. We cried. We laughed. They talked about creativity, spirituality, grief, and mothering. “I think of creativity as a relationship—not between self and self but between self and mystery,” says Gilbert. For Gilbert, the simplest way for us to connect with a force greater than ourselves is through creativity with a little c. (To be clear: This does not mean you need to be a writer or a self-described creative. There are a lot of ways to create in the world, which they get into.) Gilbert said one profound thing after another, but her perspective on the relationship between creativity and grief will stick with us forever. Creativity, Gilbert teaches, can get us through some hard moments. It can be a path to learning how to love, care, and mother ourselves. And it can help us find those strange jewels that the universe has buried within us.

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Bree Melanson Channeling for YOUR OWN MAGIc

In this episode from Your Own Magic podcast, hosted by Raquell Mantra, you will get a glimpse of Bree Melanson’s incredible gift of channeling. Bree is a physic medium and channel who will be joining LUBO as JANUARY’S WORKSHOP leader where she will be teaching the collective what it means to hone in on our intuition and find our true purpose.


#90 – Taking Advantage of Disadvantages ft. Amber Dee

“We’re talking to Amber Dee. Amber is a business and life strategist who jump started her career after living in a small town in Georgia. Setting her goals early on allowed Amber to get her masters and become a counselor and once she realized she could help others reach their goals, she decided to start a business. We also talk about staying true to your values, philanthropy, and ways to keep a steady flow of work in your service-based business.”


Bree Melanson with Almost 30

In this episode from Almost 30 podcast, “Bree uses her “spiritual straight talk” to help us understand the limitations of the ego and lift the divide between the physical and spiritual world. She is playful and funny...and as you’ll hear in the reading, our spirit guides are too!”


Alexis Smart on flower remedies with To be magnetic podcast

Alexis Smart, flower remedy and homeopathic practitioner, joins Lacy on this episode of the EXPANDED Podcast. Alexis shares how grief, loss and illness led her to her work with homeopathy, the subtle yet profound healing of flower remedies, and how to use remedies to compliment your UNBLOCKING work. This episode will be so expansive for those who are dealing with illness, feel as though they aren’t fulfilling their purpose in life, or those interested in becoming a healer themselves.


LUke Story on Spirituality and sobriety with To be Magnetic

Transformational coach and entrepreneur Luke Storey joins Lacy on this episode of the EXPANDED Podcast. Luke’s shares his journey from being a young drug addict, to a celebrity stylist to becoming a speaker, coach, and entrepreneur. He shares his lowest points as a heroin addict, his journey to getting sober, his consciousness practices, and accessible ways in which anyone can improve their mental and physical health by aligning with the rhythms of nature. He’s a powerful expander for anyone interested in biohacking, consciousness and sobriety.



“Skinny Dipped is a brand that we absolutely love and support, and we are so happy to be able to have them on today’s episode to share their women-owned company. Val, Breezy, Lizzie, and Chrissy, are all on to tell us the beautiful human, Josh, that sparked the creation of Skinny Dipped, how they have grown as a brand through the years, and being aware of the processing of almonds and other foods in the United States, and the growing pains/ victories of entrepreneurship and what is to come.”