Wish you had a renowned life coach to give you advice and guidance, but maybe it’s not in your budget? Today is your lucky day because I sat down with acclaimed author, speaker, and life coach Tim Storey to tell you how to overcome challenges by listening to a higher power and share your message with the world.
Listen to the podcast HERE
Tim Storey is a well known coach among celebrities, athletes, and executives. He has traveled all over the world and spoken to millions of people encouraging them to step into their calling. He is also the pastor of a church in Yorba Linda, California where he serves people from all walks of life.
In this episode, Tim shares about his childhood and the path that led him to having such an incredible influence. He talks with us about why he believes everyone has been “spoken over” by God and why God wants to turn your “mess” into a “message”.
This podcast will encourage you to listen to what God is speaking to you, trust in the process, and unapologetically step into your calling.
Questions I Asked Tim:
❏ How can we avoid getting stuck in an “almost” life?
❏ How do we know if we are off track in our goals?
❏ What would you say to someone listening who was not religious and did not know if there was a
❏ Why we should not be “discount versions” of ourselves. ❏ Howtoovercomesetbacks.
❏ The three levels of living.
Quotes from the show:
❏ “In order to be successful on the battleground you have to be strong on the holy ground.”
❏ “Don’t be a discount version of yourself.” @TimStorey
❏ “Your principles will help you get through your problems.” @TimStorey
❏ “You can go through recovery and discovery at the same time.” @TimStorey
❏ “An ‘utmost’ God did not create ‘almost’ children. You need to cooperate with your utmost
❏ “Some things in life you decide. Some things in life you discover.” @TimStorey
❏ “His super with my natural makes me unstoppable.” @TimStorey ❏ “God will enable your unable and make you able.” @TimStorey ❏ “God uses shakey people to do sturdy projects.” @TimStorey
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Svetlana Kim is a speaker, award-winning author of White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee, co-author of The Last of the Four Musketeers: Allen Joe’s Life and Friendship with Bruce Lee, Speaker, director/producer of the documentary film The Last of the Four Musketeers, and consultant. She is also a host of the Radio Show called "To The Stars Through Adversity." http://www.blogtalkradio.com/svetlanakim .
In her book, White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee, she chronicles her journey from Russia to the United States, where she arrived with only one dollar in her pocket and not a single word of English at her disposal; today, she is a leader among her peers in the business world, and has been honored with numerous awards citing her commitment, skill, and integrity.
She has received countless awards including, the 2012 Asian American Women of High Achievements Award by the National Association of Professional Asian American Women (NAPAW). She was also a recipient of the NAAAP 100 Award and was honored in 2010 with the Orphan International Worldwide Global Citizenship Award for her contribution to saving the lives of children in Haiti.
She was recognized with the Daily Point of Light Award (Award Number: 3983) by Points of Light Institute created by the administration of President George H.B. Bush to honor individuals creating meaningful change in communities across America.
In 2009, the International Leadership Foundation paid tribute to Kim with its Leadership Award, selecting her from among a group of potential honorees including congress members, presidential cabinet secretaries, and other high-ranking officials.
Kim has been featured and profiled in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, MSN Money, MSNBC, Women's Life magazine in Seoul, Korea; the Asian Fortune; Networking Times; NASDAQ's Closing Bell; and The Gazette, a publication of the Library of Congress.
Kim is an active volunteer and has served on numerous boards of directors. Svetlana is married and resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband.
Intro to show:
I am so excited to introduce to you a powerhouse of a woman, Svetlana Kim. She talks with us about her journey over 27 years ago to come to America. When she first arrived in New York at the age of 23 she spoke no English and had only one dollar to her name.
In this episode she shares intimate parts of her story and how she was able to overcome tremendous adversity. Svetlana shares stories about being robbed of a precious possession, a moment in Russia where she “first cried out to God”, and the day she received her visa leading her to believe that “Miracles really happen”.
We talk about everything from spirituality, to grit, to living a life of service. She has an incredible story that will inspire you to listen to your heart and never give up.
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Questions I asked Lana:
● What made you want to come to America?
● As a Korean, Russian immigrant, you came to America with one dollar in your pocket,
but a big dream within your heart . How do you think that dream in your heart, though
you had no money and couldn't speak the language, was the difference maker?
● You had a special pair of earrings and a bracelet that your grandmother gave to you.
Can you tell us the significance of that?
● There was a moment where you had to make a choice. That is when they stole your earrings, they stole your bracelet. Your grandmother had given it to you saying, “Sell this if you need to”. Of course you didn’t want to sell it. Here you are getting ripped off by a bunch of hoodlums. Your moment was whether you fold up and go back to Russia, or push forward. So tell us about that moment and how that brought you clarity.
● How did you meet the guy who knew Bruce Lee so well?
● What is the universal language that we all have to communicate with?
● How can people rewire their mindset? And how important do you think that is to their
The importance of consistency and small steps:
● Doing one push up is better than nothing.
● Focus on what you can do not what you can't do. It's a lot more than what you think.
● “A lot of us are waiting for a big success, a break through. In reality, it's what you do
● The power of the compound effect. If you write one page a day for a year, you will
have over 300 pages written of your book.
The importance of mantra chanting:
● Certain notes activate energy in your body.
● Opening your heart is very important.
● It helps you feel loved.
● The more you practice everyday, you will be in a constant state of peace and bliss.
● “The more you love your life, the more life is going to give you back.”
● Resource: Thomas Ashley-Farrand “best book on mantras”.
What to do when fear comes:
● Read self development books.
● Go to a workout class.
● “Keep on keeping on.”
● “Fear is a mental statement.”
Ways to enjoy the simple pleasures of life:
● Buy flowers.
● Buy a candle.
● Buy a tiny piece of chocolate.
● Go to national parks.
● It’s about mindset.
What to do when you feel stuck in your job:
● If you want to start something new, make a small step.
● When you start, you will create the map.
● GPS - be Grateful, be Purposeful, and Start.
● Start building your business with simple things.
“Sometimes we may live in a free country, but we are not living like we are free.” @LindaMitchell
“If you are listening your heart is speaking.” @LindaMitchell
“The more you serve, the more prosperous you are going to be.” @SvetlanaKim
“It is from the unknown that you step into greatness known without limitation.” @SvetlanaKim
“We build the walls of what can happen. But when you have no walls and you flow, that's where the magic happens.” @SvetlanaKim
“If you don’t have time, make time.” @SvetlanaKim
“What are we communicating? We are communicating without speaking.” @LindaMitchell
Svetlana Kim’s handles:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/svetlanakim11/ Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+SvetlanaKim11
Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/svetlana-kim-46abb411/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/relievestress/
Follow Linda on Social Media @ Chickfitstudio on Facebook Instagram and Twitter and my website is www.chickfit.me
Diana Patton is a Speaker, Social Justice and Integrative Health Advocacy Coach, Author and Attorney. She provides self-care and advocacy coaching to school counselors and others in the “helps” and “healing” profession, so that they can continue their work of empowering young people to push past trauma, abuse and adversities, to find their identity, to train in it, and use their identity in service to others. She also provides consulting and speaking services to school leadership and conducts legal advocacy at the state and national level, in support of school counselors. She also speaks to businesses to empower their employees to Find Their Why, and use their why to serve others.
In March 2017, Diana published her inspiring 5-star Amazon rated autobiography, Inspiration in My Shoes, in which she uses her harrowing personal story to help others find the courage and strength they need to be successful, which primarily involves being secure in their own personal story, their identity, their why, and sharing that with others.
In this podcast we discuss.
1. How your struggle can become your strength
2. You can fight your way to the top.
3. Finding inspiration when you connect your mind and body through movement.
4. Being brave and having courage when your facing adversity.
5. How Diana was stuck in a life that isn't right for her and how she got unstuck.
6. You can't help anyone hiding behind a mask.
7. Sharing the power of the truth sets you free.
8. Why you have to slow down to recognize the power you have.
9. Learning to let go of things that you have no control over.
10. How positive affirmations, gratitude, and setting daily intentions make you feel like you can do anything.
11. What words are you saying to yourself that are not of value to you?
12. What are things that you love to do that are off the charts crazy that others don't want to do?
13. How to find your identity.
14. Focusing on your strengths
15. Setting better boundaries.
16. How we are are own worst enemies.