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Learning to tap into your Intuition and live a heart centered life with the naturally gifted Cathy Weiss

Learning to tap into your Intuition and live a heart centered life with the naturally gifted Cathy Weiss

February 26, 2019


Cathy Weiss is a naturally gifted healer, clairvoyant, channel and intuitive. She guides others in living their heart and soul-centred lives, providing high levels of clarity and direction. The result is feeling validated, reassured, and affirmed. She holds a Master’s Degree in Education, is an E-RYT 500 (yoga instructor) and a YACEP (yoga alliance continuing education practitioner). Teaching yoga to individuals and groups since 2006 and proving intuitive energy reading and healing sessions since 2018, she is passionate about meeting you where you’re at and empowering your wellness and soul-centred life.



Hello and welcome to this weeks episode:

  • Cathy has only recently been open with her clairvoyant practices and was open about her experiences from the start of 2018
  • Cathy realised she wasn’t an oracle card reader but an energy reader and tune into their vibrational energy
  • Cathy’s practice is doing an energy reading first then an energy healing and does client sessions overseas too.
  • If there is negative energy then Cathy sees this as colour
  • We can all learn to some degree to all tap into our inner guidance Cathy says
  • Cathy starts her day with prayer and meditation, office work, walking the dog, invitation only yoga teaching from her home studio three times a week, and energy readings.
  • Cathy enjoys doing a Facebook live every week on Mondays that enable her followers have a mini-intuition message sent to them
  • Cathy’s happiness is living her dharma is her happiness
  • The first things Cathy does is meditation, gratitude, and visualizations daily
  • The things that bring Cathy joy are her husband, the beach and going to Disneyland
  • Cathy’s favourite meal would be a cheeseburger and fries.
  • Cathy’s non-negotiable thing to do and the best thing to do daily would be meditation
  • Cathy’s yoga teacher who trained her to her 500 hours gave her a “Spiritual Smackdown” to get her aligned with her purpose, and Cathy’s Reiki teacher are two of her biggest influencers.
  • Elizabeth Gilbert (the author of Eat, Pray, Love), Michelle Martello (a website designer) Shirley Temple (the actress) would be Cathy’s fantasy dinner guests
  • Cathy’s theme song for her life are varied and mood dependent but her favourite one is “I’m so shiny!” from Moana because it resonates with her light to be released in the world.
  • Cathy tries to laugh every day and makes up random songs about what she does to have a laugh
  • Cathy’s gratitude practice includes journaling. Thinking about the day before and the gifts that were received and writing it. She has a prayer journal to write down her desires to clarify and attract her thoughts and thank her guides too.



  • The Yoga Sutras – Patanjali
  • The Witch Elm - Donna French



  • @cathylightworker - Instagram
My Indian Journey

My Indian Journey

February 12, 2019

Welcome to this week’s episode where I talk about my transformative trip to India:

* Carla’s journey started in Delhi after a long wait in the airport and witnessing the hustle and bustle straight away headed to her hostel. Her first stop was at an orphanage in the slum area of Delhi.

* Carla’s first day at the orphanage was really engaging where she was starting with nursery rhymes

* As Carla found her rhythm she would start the day with yoga before starting teaching the kids their ABCs

* Carla found it challenging with the cold weather and doing burpees to warm herself up

* The richness of culture and the street vendors, the spirituality of the area and the hectic nature of the Delhi took Carla and divine intervention from a priest that helped her when she had a case of Delhi belly!

* Carla experienced a traditional Indian head massage

* Carla then went to the spiritual city of Varanasi on the overnight train and onto Agra being enthralled by the sights of the Taj Mahal then onto the Pink City in Jaipur

* Carla then returned to Delhi where she then caught a flight to Goa

* Carla’s Goa trip was transformative – after spending 2 hours each morning with her yoga master learning Ashtanga, doing meditation and chanting. It also gave her a chance to work on intention goal-setting for the year ahead.

* Carla talks about her “Wheel of Life” and focuses on each aspect of her life, committing to her goals and using them affirmatively saying “I am….”

* Carla challenges you to ask yourself whether you are ordinary or extraordinary

* Carla also asks what song sums you up? Carla’s currently “Walking on Sunshine!” and who would you invite around to dinner if you had a chance? Carla’s fantasy dinner guests would be Oprah Winfrey, His Holiness the Dalai Lama and James Corden as Carla loves “Gavin and Stacey”

Emily Lane

Emily Lane

January 29, 2019

Emily Lane is a personal empowerment mentor and consciousness teacher.   She facilitates pristine clarity and practical self-leadership skills for those on a transformation journey.  She is particularly passionate about creating a Sanctuary for the Feminine, helping women and men alike to rest and replenish in a safe space so that they can connect more deeply to themselves, to each other and to Life Itself.


Emily is a Partner at Empowered Women Consulting, Founding Partner of the Conscious Business World Summit and former host of the world's largest Mindfulness-in-Business Conference, Wisdom 2.0.   Her work has reached leaders and employees from top tier organisations including LinkedIn, IBM, Accenture, the Central Bank, Qualtrics, Google and Facebook, as well as tens of thousands of individuals from over 20 countries globally.  


Emily loves to laugh and never says no to a great adventure!





    Welcome to this week’s episode where we talk to Emily Lane.

    •       Emily had quite a traditional, Irish, catholic upbringing and entered into the corporate 

      • environment quite early on and found that she was getting burnt out in her mid-twenties.
      • Emily decided to leave and lo and behold, when she made the decision, the company wasn’t doing financially well and she was offered voluntary redundancy and this fueled her trip around the world.
      • At 28, a white-water rafting experience is Ecuador took a turn for the worse and she suffered a near death experience with her boat being capsized. It was the wake-up call she needed about what route to take.
      • Emily fell unconscious and experienced parting thoughts.
      • Emily’s path led her to Sydney shortly afterwards and to think about what her path meant for her.
      • Emily went back to Ireland to begin her new life and she realised travelling and leaving ones country is a way to appreciate your home.
      • Getting involved in Wisdom 2.0 has been one of Emily’s career highlights.
      • The event demonstrated how there is a need to be “perfect” in business but its emphasis should be on being as authentic as possible.
      • Emily talks about being kinder to yourself, letting yourself off the hook helps to embrace the learning journey and bringing that message back to your tribe is a way to grow.
      • “To me”, “By me”, “Through me” approaches can help with shifting your mindset.
      • “To me” - is a victim mentality so shifting this can help with finding self-empowerment by taking responsibility.
      • “By me” – we are owners and creators of our reality. This is being actioned by masculine energies.
      • “Through me” – this uses feminine principles where you’re in receivership to be inspired. Leaving the ego aside allows you to step back and ask yourself “what wants to be created?” This is a powerful place to detach and surrender as it allows you be open to creative flow by a higher power.
      • SNNOWMERFUNGROUNDS – is an acronym that can help to get into a positive space.
      • Alignment is Emily’s definition of happiness.
      • Emily has a gentle awakening practice that allows her to be present. She uses silence, softness and spaciousness to decide how to get inspired for the day.
      • Emily’s things that make her heart sing are being open with her heart when she’s in her group, a connection with spirit and enjoying the craic. Ultimately, connection with life.
      • Emily’s favourite meal would be a raw food lasagna or raw food chocolate cake.
      • Emily uses prayer, meditation and chanting to get her in alignment, she uses energy-clearing techniques, and blessing her projects and journaling for self-reflection as a daily routine.
      • The best thing that Emily can think that our listeners can do for their health is to honour their natural design.
      • Emily finds inspiration from every day people to Oprah. Her teachers involve Abraham Hicks.
      • Journaling helps Emily with her gratitude practice and sends energy to people who have blessed her life as well as sending loving kindness to people who have hurt her as it forces her to grow.


      • “You came here with the you-ness of you intact. You came here with your signature design and that is not going away. You must operate with that at your anchor point.”
      • “Find the fun in the moment.”


      • Seagull – Jonathan Livingston
      • The 15 commitments of practical leadership – Jim Dethmer
      • The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho














MJ Fitzpatrick - MJ works with both men and women of all walks of life, helping them find more life to live by becoming themselves.

MJ Fitzpatrick - MJ works with both men and women of all walks of life, helping them find more life to live by becoming themselves.

January 14, 2019
MJ Fitzpatrick - Shownotes
MJ is a teacher who works with people to become the most authentic version of themselves possible. He works with both men and women of all walks of life, from those running 9 figure businesses to people struggling to make ends meet to help them find more life to live by becoming themselves. He can be found over at
Welcome to this week’s podcast, today we are talking to MJ Fitzpatrick.
  • MJ has always been a people person from a young school age. 
  • MJ grew up with difficulties with anxiety and worries and making sure he was always doing the right thing. 
  • At 17 he was playing Rugby Union at school and experienced a devastating accident where he broke his neck. It took about 2 years where he was learning to deal with this. 
  • Unfortunately two years later, MJ broke his back and by aged 20 he had his second spinal effusion. This led him to be angry with the world and started to push back.
  • PTSD, drug addiction and issues with mental health led him to his personal journey. MJ then moved overseas.
  • Getting better as a human being is one of the biggest lessons MJ learnt. 
  • Eventually MJ could not longer think that his hardships he went through were bad as it led him to good through his service he could give to others. 
  • MJ was scared about betting on himself at this point to be a coach to help others so he enrolled into med school and on his second day he had an intuitive message that it wasn’t right for him and 5 weeks later made a courageous and emotional decision to leave. 
  • MJ’s path took him to personal training and found that it didn’t have as much of impact as he would have liked.
  • MJ then turned to the Sydney start-up hub which contained 5000 people and added each one of these entrepreneurs as a friend on Facebook. 
  • 3000 accepted and MJ emailed each of them to offer them a free session of coaching and eventually this led to paid clients - this is how his business took off.
  • A speaking gig allowed him to offer the same thing where he could connect with people for free initially then eventually get to help them with his business. 
  • This led MJ to think about what sort of impact he wanted to have on the world and follow his internal compass. 
  • MJ realised that his work is a reflection of his spiritual journey and staying humble and true to his craft helped with this. 
  • MJ spends part of his day doing deep work where he can work on his craft and the rest of the time spending time with clients. 
  • MJ’s definitions of happiness is spending time in one of his programs he’s created called The Container and the second definition is connecting with his girlfriend.
  • MJ has a routine doing HIIT on the bike, meditation, deep breathing and spend time by the harbour. He writes five things he needs to get done and then three things he’s grateful for.
  • MJ’s last meal on Earth would be a Las Vegas rib eye steak, crispy fries, bearnaise sauce and soda water.
  • MJ’s non-negotiable thing is connecting with himself beyond his mind and building on his intuition. 
  • Anything that sacrifices your health for any other outcomes is not conducive to anything and not worth taking the risk. Placing importance on health can answer those honest questions you should ask yourself where you can let go of ego and serve yourself in a positive way. 
  • MJ’s inspiration has been his girlfriend, due to her way of dealing with trauma along with idols such as Anthony Robbins, Oprah etc.
  • MJ’s deepest failures beyond what he’s discussed is that he can look back with gratitude is, letting go of some friends that at the time, were good but ongoing weren’t.
  • If MJ is out of his natural state he relaxes his body and tries to go back to his routine. 
  • MJ’s laugh out loud moments include stand up comedians like Eddie Izzard, the people in his life and himself. 
  • MJ has several gratitude practices - starting with his home country - Australia. 
Things talked about
  • Tao Te Ching by Lao Tau
  • The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch 
  • “It’s important to have something to connect with that is bigger than yourself. It can be through music, dance, prayer, in my case - water.”
  • “Stress is thinking that your body is going to get eaten.”
Andrea Waltz - Andrea has made her mission to liberate people from fears of failure and rejection, sharing an entire new mindset about hearing the word NO.

Andrea Waltz - Andrea has made her mission to liberate people from fears of failure and rejection, sharing an entire new mindset about hearing the word NO.

January 1, 2019



Andrea Waltz is the co-author of Go for No! Yes is the Destination, No is How You Get There.  Along with her husband and business partner Richard Fenton, she has made her mission to liberate people from fears of failure and rejection, sharing an entire new mindset about hearing the word NO.  They have spoken all over the US and the UK teaching the ‘Go for No’ strategies – having been embraced by people in a wide variety of industries and businesses to rave reviews and amazing results. Andrea’s book hit #1 on Amazon’s “Selling” list and has remained in the top 20 of ‘Sales’ books for over the last 8 years.



Welcome to this week’s episode where we talk to Andrea Waltz

  • After completing a Bachelor of Science degree, Andrea wanted to start a job in CSI. She started her working career in Lens Crafters and moved into management. This led her to meet her husband and create a new business together and move into public speaking and training.
  • “Go for No” is the biggest thing that Andrea and her husband Richard created that people resonated the most with – dealing with the fear of rejection and failure in business.
  • At a networking event, Andrea came across a client who asked about distance learning and this was a turning point for the growth of Andrea’s company.
  • “People pleasing” can be a way of placating rather than using the power of saying “no”.
  • Interpreting “no” can be a healthy way of using it effectively professionally and personally.
  • When you get a “no” ask whether it’s a temporary “no”, if it isn’t permanent then check back with them.
  • Andrea’s definition of happiness is about loving what she does and peace.
  • Andrea’s morning routine involves an early morning coffee.
  • Animals bring Andrea a tremendous amount of joy as well as live theatre, writing fiction with her husband and music.
  • Andrea doesn’t have a strict routine but enjoys the change to allow for flexibility and enjoys having Disney World being on her doorstep to break the day-to-day routine.
  • Walking is the biggest thing that Andrea rates as great people to do for their mental and physical health.
  • Sarah Blakely (the Spanx creator) is a big inspiration for Andrea.
  • Stand-up comedy and America’s Home funniest videos are a way to relax.


  • “Richard knew what took to succeed and knew what it took to fail.”
  • “Practice saying ‘no’ and ‘asking’ at every available moment.”
  • “Success to a large degree is a numbers game.”


  • The Aladdin Factor - Jack Canfield
  • Unlocking the Secrets of Retail Magic – Andrea Waltz
  • The Four Agreements – Toltec
  • The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*** - Mark Manson
  • The House of Sand and Fog – Andre Dubus III



Website: or


Social Media:

Twitter: @Goforno (23,000+ followers)

Facebook: (30K fans)

Instagram: @GoforNo



Contact Info:

Direct Office: 800-290-5028

Skype: Andrea.Waltz

Text: 360-718-0766


Jenny Fogarty - The soul strategist talks about accelerating performance in business and prosperity in life and love.

Jenny Fogarty - The soul strategist talks about accelerating performance in business and prosperity in life and love.

December 18, 2018
Jenny Fogarty - Shownotes
As a highly trained NLP Trainer & Master Coach, Jenny helps women to release their emotional blocks and limiting beliefs to re-claim their feminine energy and become the truest and highest expression of their authentic self.
By helping women to heal their past and inner wounds, they are able to shed their ego and focus to live as one with soul. Jenny’s intuitive insights help women to trust in the light and follow their instincts to manifest what they fervently desire.
As the Soul Strategist, Jenny empowers women with a strategy designed to achieve results personally and professionally, accelerating performance in business and prosperity in life and love.
Jenny believes in the power of the mind-body connection and through education and emotional intelligence we can create an internal and external space where health and happiness thrive!
It is through the principles that Jenny teaches, that her own healing and transformation took place. Now she gets to share these and give back as my contribution to women and the world.
  • Jenny has been in coaching and NLP for three years after a colourful past involving travelling, working in the mining industry and personal training. After dealing with anxieties, drug use, toxic relationships, loneliness, and long hours it gave Jenny a way to shift her perspectives on her outlook of life. 
  • Jenny talks about modelling masculine energy and fighting her femininity.
  • Negative talk and anxieties were the starting point where things were beginning to shift and a friend bought her an NLP three pack course where she should understand her mind and her conditioning.
  • Getting in touch with a coach helped her to create her own business.
  • NLP is neuro-linguistic programming. It is the study of human behaviour and emotional intelligence or the study of the unconscious mind or is a toolkit in how we use our mind, emotions and language to create excellent results. Used for coaching, therapy, sports, sales, marketing, communication skills. 
  • Timeline therapy helps a person go into their past to release any negative emotions or limiting beliefs and in the future where you programme what you want to create in the future. 
  • Jenny talks about what general sessions with her involving helping people with business, performance, and relationships and using NLP to lay the foundation for what people want to achieve. 
  • Rebuilding forms a part of it as recalibrating the mind and mapping out a future process to achieve their goals. 
  • Jenny’s definition of happiness includes gratitude, living in the moment and making the most of life and talks about bringing yourself back to those states if you step out of your norm. 
  • Jenny’s routine involves meditation, visualisation and setting intentions using mantras and thanking the unconscious mind. A little dancing and a high kick gets her body moving. 
  • Jenny talks about using this projection with finding her partner. 
  • Jenny’s joy is brought by the end of her sessions with her clients to create great results, her live training courses and dancing. 
  • Her favourite meal is brown rice, avocado, halloumi cheese all mixed.
  • Jenny’s non-negotiable daily thing is exercise.
  • Emotional well-being is the biggest thing people can be consciously aware of as research shows on average 8/12 emotions we feel everyday are negative. 
  • Jenny’s Dad and Sister are important role models to her. 
  • Jenny’s failures and setbacks have led her to achieve her successes now. 
  • Seeing other people happy is what makes her happy. 
  • Jenny’s gratitude practice uses Deepak Chopra’s meditation and grounding. 
  • “No change happens until a person wants to surrender to their own bullshit”
  • “Where you change your perception, your reality changes.”
  • “To be high on life means to be essentially happy without using the avoidance methods to feel happy.”
  • “There is no such thing as a bad person, just bad behaviours.” 
Things talked about
  • Nic Pigeon - psychologist
  • Paulo Coehlo - The Alchemist
  • Dalai Lama - The Art of Happiness
  • Mel Robbins - 5 second rule TED talk
  • Deepak Chopra - Meditation and gratitude


December 4, 2018

Nat has accepted the task of inspiring wellness, not only to those embarking on becoming parents, but equally important to her, educating young women of how their choices shape their reproductive health.  She believes this is the key to addressing the hormone imbalance and infertility epidemic.  For Nat, fertility isn’t just about babies, it’s about outstanding health.  Her knowledge in fertility and natural medicine has regularly featured in her column in Australian Natural Health magazine, in major publications, including Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan as well as regular TV appearances as a wellness expert.  She loves nothing more than to educate and talk about women’s health in a way that is simple and relatable.


Welcome to this week’s episode:

  • Over her 15 years of experience, Nat’s path led her to look at women’s health and fertility.
  • Her clinic is predominantly Chinese medicine based but it complements Western medicines
  • Nat talks about her new book “Beautiful You”. It talks about life from puberty onwards and supports them for their sexual and reproductive health – including emotional health and look after their body.
  • Nat emphasises the importance of sexual health education for parents and young girls alike.
  • Nat’s consults with patients all over the world too.
  • Nat’s definition of happiness is about feeling not a destination and loves spending time with the family and cross-fitting with her husband, Chris.
  • Nat’s morning routine isn’t set as it depends on when her kids wake up but takes a chance to find a little time to meditate and check her emails.
  • Mentoring is a rewarding experience that Nat enjoys alongside her professional work.
  • Nat’s favourite meal would be anything slow-cooked.
  • Nat fasts overnight for about 16 hours regularly and uses food as a way of recovering her body after movement.
  • Nat encourages people the best thing they can do for their health is priortise their nutrition.
  • The setbacks that Nat’s encountered have left profound impacts on Nat to look at her behaviour in terms of mindfulness and her career.
  • Nat is a big laugh of loud advocate and her philosophy that laughter is medicine.


  • “It’s not about treating patients; it’s about creating experiences when they walk through the door.”
  • “Food is either a benefit or a deficit there is no in between.”
  • “What are you doing each and every day to take your health where it wants to go? It’s not what you do when you go into the doctors office.”


  • Beautiful You – Natalie Kringoudis
  • Pam Grout (author)
  • The Five Love Languages – Gary Chapman


  • Nat Kringoudis website:
  • Facebook: Nat Kringoudis
  • Instagram: @natkringoudis
  • Twitter: natkringoudis


A holistic approach to wellness with Cathleen Gerenger

A holistic approach to wellness with Cathleen Gerenger

November 27, 2018

Dr. Cathleen L. Gerenger is a Chiropractor and Acupuncturist. She was born in Vietnam to Chinese parents and immigrated to America at the age of four. She is fluent in Vietnamese, Chinese and English. True to her Asian heritage, she believes in healing the body as a whole and educating her patients on health and wellness.

Dr. Gerenger started her medical journey at a young age. She attended the University of Florida for her undergraduate degree and continued her journey at Life University School of Chiropractic in Georgia. She received her doctorate at the age of 24.

Dr. Gerenger is Chiropractic National Board Certified in Part I, II, III and IV, Physiological Therapeutics and Acupuncture. She also is certified by the Florida Board of Chiropractic and is a Fellow of the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture.

By the age of 27, Dr. Gerenger opened her first private practice in Orange City, Florida. After 12 years of private practice she became part of a group practice, SaJune Medical Institute in Orlando, Florida. Having the vision of changing the healthcare of America, Dr. Gerenger decided to put together a team of like-minded providers. In 2014 she opened RaJeunir Medical Center in Tampa, Florida. Dr. Gerenger developed a systematic protocol that addresses all aspects of health and wellness. She teaches injury prevention, how to manage stress and how to maintain peak performance. She combines Hormonal Balancing, Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Nutrition and Genetic Testing to achieve maximum results.

Dr. Gerenger speaks at local communities, women’s clubs, leadership groups and schools on Health and Wellness. At these speaking engagements, she educates the public on how to be proactive with their health. Her audiences always take home at least one tip that they can apply immediately to improve their health.

An avid golfer, Dr. Gerenger believes physical fitness is essential to long-term health. Due to her understanding of the biomechanics of the golf swing and how it affects the body’s muscle-skeletal system, she treats weekend golfers and players on the Nationwide, PGA and Champions tours.

Dr. Gerenger’s private life has always been active and she has always been dedicated to healthy living. She is known as the Healthy Living Expert. She enjoys spinning, Zumba, Barre Fitness, yoga and weight training. Her domestic hobbies include cooking, juicing, and sewing.

Dr. Gerenger lives a colorful life. Her charisma is contagious. She is on the book cover of “Weeping Under This Same Moon” written by Jana Laiz. The book was based on her journey as a young refugee. Dr. Gerenger somehow finds time to speak at schools and inspires young adults to be the “designer of your own destination”. She was also recruited as Publix Supermarket’s Apron hand model.




Welcome to this week’s episode where we talk to renowned acupuncturist and chiropractor Dr. Cathleen Gerenger to find out her approach and the tools she uses to become a leading practitioner in health and wellness.

  • Cathleen has developed a wellness routine that she uses every day. Her day starts with a 9 minute meditation, exercising her body and soul before work, going to work in her clinic and cooking nutrient dense food when she comes home in the evening.
  • Cathleen has a kitchen in her clinic where she teaches about nutrition to help with wellness
  • Cathleen combines her Eastern Chinese upbringing and Western background to bring together a holistic approach to health.
  • As a result of an accident she had in college, she was prescribed tablets to help her with headaches and back pain. She had a remarkable interaction with a chiropractor who adjusted and aligned her and found she was pain-free. He also taught her about inflammation and nutrition. This in turn led her into a career into health, wellness and led her to become a chiropractor herself.
  • Cathleen recognises the importance of gut health to regulate and promote better health and how educating kids at a young age to be proactive helps
  • Cathleen’s consults starts with a 30 minute patient questionnaire about all aspects of their health. If anything suspect comes up she recommends certain tests to see if there are any sub-clinical levels. The underlying problems can then be addressed and the body then can therefore begin to heal itself.
  • Cathleen’s definition of happiness is about the little things.
  • Cathleen’s happiness is part of her routine from her morning coffee ritual, her work, and her cooking.
  • Cathleen’s favourite meal is snapper, ginger, garlic and veggies.
  • Cathleen’s favourite book has a personal connection from the author to her sister and how you can voluntarily change someone’s life.
  • Cathleen’s focus in October in November is to focus on brain health
  • Cathleen talks about how testing your pH will give you a useful outlook to your health to ensure it’s 7.5-8.0.
  • Cathleen’s role models include her father and Elon Musk – she talks about how she admires his persistence.
  • Cathleen talks about her setbacks which was the pressure of perfection and how you can feel unbalanced. The importance of embracing vulnerabilities and letting go of any guilt, resentment, anger and learning to let it go as it sits in the liver.
  • Cathleen makes herself laugh and finds joy in the little things.
  • Cathleen encourages everyone to proactively educate themselves and uses social media to give this information on an open forum so click the links to join in and learn more!




  • “I love what I do. Live life with passion and always be BETTER!!!”
  • #healthiswealth
  • “Just start somewhere, be comfortable with yourself and protect your body from the external environment”
  • “Genetics loads the gun, lifestyle pulls the trigger”
  • “Insurance companies cover ‘sick care’, we need to cover ‘self-care’ ”
  • “Educate people that choices start within themselves”
  • “The less I have to put you on, the more effective I want your body to be”
  • “Happiness is the little beauties that come up in life every day; it’s the little things that add up to the big things”
  • “Make sure you are proactive about your health, no one can protect your health but you. My job as a doctor is to educate you to make sure you look at your health as a check and balance system.”
  • “The more you suppress your feelings, the more likely it will manifest into something else.”



  • Weeping Under the Same Moon – Jana Laiz
  • Defy Ageing – Dr. Ben Johnson (soon to be released)




  • Address: Rajeunir Medical Center, 101 S 12th Street Suite 102 Tampa, Florida 33602
  • Website:
  • Facebook: Cathleen L. Gerenger
  • Instagram:@rmcwellness


Sam Cawthorn

Sam Cawthorn

November 20, 2018

Pronounced dead for over three minutes following a horrific car crash, Sam Cawthorn survived against all the odds stacked against him. The accident resulted in his right arm being amputated, and caused permanent damage to his right leg. He was told he would never walk again; a setback that would surely defeat many.

Proving the doctors and critics wrong, through sheer determination Sam regained his ability to walk just over a year later.

Since his accident, Sam has gone on to speak in 36 countries, sharing his message of resilience with millions of people which has seen him share the stage with world leaders including President Bill Clinton, Michael Jordan, Richard Branson and the Dalai Lama, through his keynote speaking.

An international best-selling author, Sam was named Young Australian of the Year, Edupreneur of the Year 2015 and became the CEO and Founder of Speakers Institute and Speakers Tribe, mentoring a community of speakers and leaders who are learning to share powerful stories to emotionally connect and influence others.

Sam has authored many books including an International New York Times Best Seller. It was the notion that “story is the future” that led Sam to write his seventh and latest book Storyshowing. Published by Wiley only released in October 2017, Storyshowing delves deep into the influence of stories; and that winners of the future will be those that show the most powerful one that evokes the most amount of emotion in the shortest amount of time.

A regular media commentator, researcher and thought leader, Sam Cawthorn is one of the biggest personalities in professional speaking in Australia. His presentations and keynotes need to be experienced. Sam resides in Sydney, Australia with his wife Kate and 3 children.



Welcome to this week’s episode featuring Sam Cawthorn:

* Sam talks about his accident following a 95mph head on collision with a trailer truck. He was pronounced dead but after resuscitation was on life support for a week and in a wheelchair for a year. At age 26 and a government job his life changed forever and into professional speaking.

* In 2008/9 Sam’s professional speaking took him all over the world and took over 50+ flights. He learnt that over time there was a real demand for people to present and tell their story.

* Sam talks about his company “The Speakers Institute.”

* Sam talks about a growth in the coaching industry and solopreneurs as people are more inclined to add value as thought-leaders and influencers.

* Proximity is power is a way of life that Sam uses to determine who will influence him in a good way.

* Sam’s definition of happiness is about freedom and love.

* Sam starts his day by acknowledging his wife and kids and after a cold splash of water looks at his agenda for the day.

* Being a family man and having faith in God is at Sam’s core and this is what makes his heart sing and spending time with them is a non-negotiable daily ritual.

* His all-time favourite meal is pork crackle.

* Sam believes mindset health is priority and leading with gratitude is a way of not allowing depression to co-exist.

* Sam’s role model is Brian Houston a conference speaker for a mega church called Hillsong.

* Sam encourages people to learn how to share their story and ultimately inspire them at the same time – it leads to getting the greatest fulfillment in life which is making a difference.



* “I can still be that bread winner, role model and greatest version of myself.”

* “A car accident wasn’t going to stop me from my life’s purpose”

* “It’s about bouncing forward into what you can become.”

* “Learn how to share your story because people follow people.”

* “People will forget what you said, but not how you made them feel.”

* “Choose who speaks into your ear.”

* “If your intention is to bring hope, love and light into the world then you can make more of a difference in this world by sharing your story. Our story is no longer ours to own but it’s there to help other people.”



* Storyshowing – Sam Cawthorn

* The Ultimate Gift – Jim Stovall

* The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho

* Think and Grow Rich – Napoleon Hill

* Man’s Search For Meaning – Victor Frankl

* The Five Love Languages – Gary Chapman

Understanding the power of re-using waste to create healthy Sustainable foods with Julian Mitchell 

Understanding the power of re-using waste to create healthy Sustainable foods with Julian Mitchell 

November 13, 2018

Julian is a co-founder of Life Cykel. Growing up in Western Australia, Julian remained passionate about nature, health and sustainability, leading him to completing his Physiotherapy Degree at the University of Notre Dame. Prior to Life Cykel, Julian worked as a physiotherapist in the English Premier League before his entrepreneurial drive and belief in sustainable future led him to return to Australia to focus on mushroom biotechnologies. Julian now specializes in creating new mushroom products and technologies and future market trends utilising biotechnology.


Welcome to this week’s episode where we talk to Julian Mitchell:

  • Julian and Ryan co-founded Life Cykel and their company has been going for 3 years and recognised the relationship between mental health, food, and sustainability.
  • They recognised that the experience of growing your food, knowing where your nutrition comes from, brings about a sense of community and the company has 30 growers across Australia.
  • Mushrooms have massive health benefits because they are rich in vitamin B6 and iron and can help in nerve heath to myelinate and re-insulate your nerve cells. Promising research has demonstrated that it can help towards mild cognitive impairments. It also had positive effects on the liver and immune booster properties.
  • Julian’s definition of happiness is following his passion as it aligns with him. Travelling, meeting new people, and learning is a big passion for him too.
  • Julian starts his day by making his bed, going for a walk along Byron Bay and a mushroom latte is how he starts his day.
  • Connecting the dots and spending time in nature makes Julian content.
  • Spending time being grateful for where the business is helps to keep him grounded. His heart sings when he sees and seeks out inspiring people.
  • Julian’s favourite meal would be a red coconut curry.
  • Julian’s non-negotiable aspect of his day would be his morning routine.
  • Spending time with his friend Lee makes him laugh and find the lighter moments in his life.
  • Julian uses his “zoom out” time to look at his business and personal life and integrates his gratitude practice in this.


  • The Book of Murder – Guillermo Martinez
  • Meditations – Marcus Aurelius