Kate McKay, known as the Master Motivator, is a multi-million dollar business owner, international best-selling author, tv personality, transformational speaker, coach, business consultant, fitness guru, entrepreneur and mother.
Kate’s greatest joy is to inspire others to embrace prosperity, abundance and to live of life of celebration.
Kate recently is the author of Living Sexy Fit… at any age, currently available at Barnes and Noble and Amazon. Kate has been a contributor to Entrepreneur Magazine New York Smash, and Family Circle.
Kate was featured on the internationally distributed PBS program Creative Living with Sheryl Borden.
Committed and passionate about helping people to live their purpose, Kate believes “living sexy” is living a life of vitality, passion, and confidence, having work that fires you up, having the body of your dreams, even living in the relationships you desire. Kate motivates people by showing them how to embrace their own sense of prosperity, living their biggest, boldest and wildest dreams, and letting go of negative self-talk and feelings of unworthiness so they can live a life all-out.
Having grown up in a large family with a scarcity mentality, surviving the tragic murder of her brother, enduring a devastating divorce, Kate understands the challenges life presents. She gets what it takes to rebuild after loss and to manifest a magnificent life, despite tragedy and loss. Kate is a shining example of perseverance, resilience and living the good life, with a smile.
To learn more about Kate, please visit her website at www.kate-mckay.com, or follow her on Facebook at Kate McKay-The Master Motivator.
This episode is about knowing you are here for more, and having the courage to step out of your old story and begin a new one. We are not here to play small and we usually just don't dream big enough. We talk about letting go of limiting beliefs, negative self-talk, jealous, people and setting intentions.
You deserve to live your biggest, wildest dreams. Also some tips on how to bring your significant other along on your ride. What is your big dream? How did you let go of things that are no longer serving you? Please give us a review in I-Tunes and share this episode with your friends, family or co-workers if you liked it.
Undisputedly the First Lady of Nutrition, Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD, CNS is a New York Times Bestselling author of over 30 books, including her latest title The New Fat Flush Plan—now available nationwide. As
a nutritional visionary and health pioneer, she has fearlessly stood on the front lines of diet and detox, the environment, and women’s health. A Columbia University graduate, Gittleman has been recognized as one of the Top Ten Nutritionists in the country by Self Magazine and has received the American Medical Writers Association award for excellence and the Humanitarian Award from the Cancer Control Society.
Ann Louise has been featured in many popular publications, websites and television programs including: 20/20, Dr. Phil, The View, The Early Show, Good Morning America, Extra, Fox News, PBS, CNN, Good Day New York, 700 Club, Time, Newsweek, Seventeen, Fitness, Harper’s Bazaar, Real Simple, The National Enquirer, Family Circle, Ladies’ Home Journal, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, InStyle, Oprah Magazine, Woman’s World, Mind Body Green
In this episode Ann Louise tells us "Eat fat lose fat'. What fats can do for your body and how to incorporate good fats to better your health. Good fats help to balance your hormones and keep them under control. As you get older the maintenance becomes higher and eating good fats can help to trick the body into thinking its younger.
In this day in age you could spend a whole day and your whole paycheck at your health food store. It can be utterly confusing when faced with all of these healthy products each with their own claim to fame. Ann Louise discusses her go to supplements, probiotics, and how to know what supplements you truly need.
If your all about Sweat you must be all about rest! Dr Ann Louise explains why rest is important to to help the body recover and rejuvenate. She also gives us some great tips on how to get to sleep and stay asleep.
Ann Louise also gives us the 411 on alcohol, coffee, salty and sweet snacks.
I know you listeners will be thrilled that you don't have to completely give up your caffeine and alcohol.
I hope you enjoy this episode and learn as much as I did from the brilliant Dr. Ann Louise Gittleman, a true pioneer in the field of nutrition and health.
You can contact Ann Louise at www.annlouise.com or @ALGittleman. You can find her book at www.amazon.com
Lisa Lewtan is a Health & Lifestyle Coach, the founder of Healthy, Happy, and Hip, an award-winning author, and the host of Busy, Stressed, and Food Obsessed Radio on VoiceAmerica.com (named after her book).
Using the skills she developed as a successful technology entrepreneur, Lisa self-hacked her own mind and body to restore her health and then go on to feel better than ever. With private coaching, online courses, workshops, and retreats, Lisa helps highly successful hungry go-getters to slow down, chill-out, develop a better relationship with food and stress, look good, and feel great. To learn more - visit www.HealthyHappyandHip.com
In this episode Lisa dispels the myth that we have to be super women and teaches us how to slow down. She also talks about self-care and how that it entails a lot more then just getting a manicure. She teaches us how to replenish, bring in things we love, and let go of business. Lisa also talks about how to nourish the body, tame cravings and find out what they really mean. Learn to say no to things so you can say yes to you.
Lisa was in the corporate world and she created a software company with her then boyfriend now husband and was soon in the position to retire from that busy dog-eat-dog lifestyle and stay home with her children. She then volunteered at school events, charities and found she just kept adding to her list until she crashed and burned. She eventually had to free herself from the superwoman ideology. In this podcast learn how she turned her life and health around.
Mandie Mutchie is a former ford model, celebrity make-up artist, entrepreneur,healthy lifestyle blogger and the host of "The Bold Moves Podcast."
Since her entry into the modeling industry in 2003, Amanda Mutchie (known to her friends as “Mandie,” even though she begrudgingly admits to be named after Barry Manliow’s hit “Mandy”) has come a long way. She has been published internationally multiple times, amassed an impressive, varied, and constantly growing portfolio.
Print modeling led to spokesmodeling, hosting, and some acting in commercials and featured extra work in web series programs. She has also had the privilege of traveling to glamorous places, such as Paris (France, not Texas), New York City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Gary, Indiana.
She has also used her experience in the modeling industry, and the amazing collaborations therein, to hone her skill as an internationally-published makeup artist with celebrity experience. She has also recently been added to the Temptu Pro team of airbrush makeup artists, and has launched her own lipgloss line.
Throughout the years as a model and makeup artist, she was also teaching… Middle school Math (in English and French), Social Studies (in English and French), English (only in English), High School French (only in French), and Journalism, to be exact! She also has completed most of her coursework for the Master’s in Urban Education Degree at Mt. Mary College, and just has her thesis to complete.
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You can reach Mandie on social media @mandelicious or www.mandiem.com