In this episode of Art of Authenticity, I had a thoughtful conversation with Mark Lukach, author of My Lovely Wife in the Psych Ward. Today on the show we have Mark Lukach. Mark is the author of international bestseller, My Lovely Wife in the Psyche Ward: a vulnerable personal story inspired by his wife Julia.
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It’s time to get authentic - without the fluff. With The Art of Authenticity, Laura Coe - mother, author, entrepreneur, and philosophy lover - gets real people to get honest, get specific, and go deep about what it really means to live an authentic life and feel amazing, everyday. From figuring out step-by-step how to get the career and relationships that best reflect who you are, to understanding the intricacies of your own mental and physical health, The Art of Authenticity is a real-world guide on becoming the the best, most true version of yourself and the key to finally living a lighter, freer life.
Pema Chodron explains one of the essential challenges in finding peace is dropping negative thoughts. Can you drop a thought about something small that is currently bothering you? More importantly, can you notice when a negative thought is on your mind? Or do you wait until the thought has consumed your day, week, even a month before
In this episode of Art of Authenticity, I chatted with JP Spears, author of the new book, How to Be Ultra-Spiritual. On today’s episode, we have the ultra-spiritual, JP Sears. JP is an emotional healing coach, a viral YouTuber, author, international teacher and speaker, and is releasing a book called, How To Be Ultra-Spiritual: 12
In this episode of Art of Authenticity, I chatted with Olivia Goldhill, Harvard educated philosophy student and writer for Quartz. Today on the podcast we have Olivia Goldhill joining us. Olivia is a weekend writer for Quartz, with a focus on philosophy and psychology. Quartz is a digitally native news outlet, for business people in
Do you ever hear about this idea that each one of us matters in our everyday life, that each one of us is like a droplet in the ocean, a part of a wave and there’s a universal energy? I think about these things and it sounds so nice and so abstract, but in the
In this episode of Art of Authenticity, I chatted with Jaimal Yogis, award-winning author, teacher, and outdoorsman. Today on the show we have Jaimal Yogis. Jaimal is an outdoorsman, award-winning writer, and frequent teacher. He is the author of Saltwater Buddha, a humorous coming-of-age memoir about running away to Hawaii at sixteen to surf, nearly becoming
Today I wanted to chat with you about a conversation I was having with a client. He was telling me that he was feeling really good. Here’s what happened: He’s said, “I just feel really good.” And I said, “Great! Why?” And I was excited to hear the news, and he said, “Well, I’m not
In this episode of Art of Authenticity, I chatted with Emily Ann Peterson on Bravery. On today’s show, we welcome singer/songwriter, teaching artist, creative entrepreneur, host of the podcast Bare Naked Bravery, and cellist, Emily Ann Peterson. At the age of 17, Emily was diagnosed with a degenerative neurological hand tremor, the very thing she
Have you seen the Movie Wonderwoman? In the movie, Wonderwoman has lived on an island without any clocks, watches, or even the use of time. When introduced to the concept, she finds it funny that we bound ourselves to this concept so tightly. Most of us feel behind. This was a great opportunity to visit
In this episode of Art of Authenticity, I chatted with Akshay Nanavati, Marine Corp Vet, adventurer, and entrepreneur. Today we have Akshay Nanavati joining us. He is a marine corp veteran, he is also an adventurer and an entrepreneur. This guy has an incredible story. He overcame a drug addiction. He was in the Iraqi war,