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It All Starts December 4th!

Here’s a Taste of What is Covered in the Interviews:

  • How is Confidence defined?
  • How do you hold yourself back from doing what you really want?
  • How to identify limiting self-beliefs (and then get rid of them)
  • How to find your passion and purpose in life
  • What separates the people who follow their dreams vs those who don’t

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(click on each expert's name to read their bio!)

Dr. Brad Blanton

Dr. Brad Blanton is a psychotherapist, author and seminar leader. He describes himself as “white trash with a Ph.D.” Armed with quick wit and an engaging Southern accent, he speaks with an unwavering honesty that is both disarming and challenging, a quality that has earned him admirers as well as detractors. His first book, Radical Honesty: How To Transform Your Life By Telling The Truth, became a nation wide best seller in 1996 and has been translated into seven languages. The new revised edition was just released by Sparrowhawk Publications in April 2005. His second book, Practicing Radical Honesty: How to Complete the Past, Live in the Present and Build a Future with A Little Help From Your Friends, about the relationship between personal transformation and social transformation, was the first cause of his 2006 race for congress. In 2002, consistent with that same theme, he published Honest to God: A Change of Heart that Can Change the World (with Neale Donald Walsch). Also in 2002 he published Radical Parenting: Seven Steps to a Functional Family in a Dysfunctional World, which is about child rearing, and Brad says it is the most radical book he has ever written. In 2004 he edited and published The Truthtellers: Stories Of Success By Radically Honest People which is made up of inspiring stories of what happened to people from all walks of life, who read Brad’s books or graduated from his eight day residential Workshop called The Course in Honesty , when they tried being honest in the real world. His first novel, Beyond Good and Evil: The Eternal Split-Second Sound-Light Being was released in the summer of 2005. Brad’s most recent book, The Korporate Kannibal Kookbook, was released in late 2010 and proposes eating the rich in order to save the world. The following year he published Volume 1 of his autobiography, Some NEW Kind of Trailer Trash.

Brad has been interviewed on hundreds of television and radio shows in the US and abroad, including 20/20 with John Stossel, Dateline-NBC, CNN Talk Back Live, Montel Williams, Sally Jesse Raphael, Iyanla, Roseanne, and others. He has been written about in Men’s Health, Inner Self, Cosmopolitan, Family Circle, The Chicago Herald-Tribune, The Washington Post and many others.

Brad earned his doctorate from the University of Texas in 1966 when he was 25 years old. He trained at Esalen Institute in California with Fritz Perls, Bob Hall and Jim Simpkin. He was founding president of the Gestalt Institute of Washington, D.C. in 1970. He spent 25 years in the private practice of clinical psychology and became the Director of The Center for Well Being in Washington, D.C. where he did psychotherapy with individuals, couples, and groups. He also served as a consultant to corporations, government and the media. In 1990 he moved to central Virginia and founded Radical Honesty Enterprises, a private corporation, and the Center for Radical Honesty, a nonprofit corporation that promotes honesty in the world. He created the Course in Honesty Eight Day Workshop and, for the last fifteen years, has conducted that and other workshops at the rate of six to ten times a year in the U.S., Canada and Europe. He has conducted workshops at the Rowe Camp and Conference Center, Omega at Rhinebeck, New York and Omega at the Crossings in Austin, Texas and other growth centers. He has conducted corporate trainings in the United States, Canada, Germany, Sweden and Denmark.

Brad has spent many years as an activist in the civil rights movement (1959-1964), marching against the Vietnam war (1963-1972), traveling around the US and Canada as a hippie in an old school bus (1970’s) and the world (1980’s until current times) dedicating himself to honesty, self discovery and contribution to other people. This, along with being a 40-year veteran of the human potential movement, has helped him develop a unique perspective on human nature. All of these experiences helped form his views about radical honesty. He teaches that the primary cause of stress, depression and anger is, “living in a story and lying to maintain it.”

Brad now lives in a small town in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, where he spends his time writing and conducting workshops and playing golf. He regards his five children (ranging in age from 6 to 43) as his most influential teachers.

Cathy Brown

Cathy Brown is a Best-Selling Author, Master Law of Attraction Life Coach, Certified Hypnotherapist, Reiki Master Teacher and Creating Money Coach.
In addition to being an active participant in metaphysical studies for over 30 years, Cathy brings a wealth of business building and entrepreneurial experience to her coaching and writing. She holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration after having developed several successful businesses. Cathy combines the spiritual principles and pragmatic business experience she has learned to develop a unique perspective for client transformation.

Cathy has a compassionate, fun, humorous and down to earth writing and coaching style. This provides her with the ability to break down challenging concepts into bite-size understandable pieces so you can use them in your everyday life. She is a knowing teacher, a trusted mentor/coach and a believer in miracles.

Cathy offers personal coaching sessions, business mentoring, online group classes and is a “Know Your WHY” facilitator. She has personally experienced the wonders of the Universal Laws and is truly honored share them with you.

Chantelle Otten

Chantelle Otten is a Clinical Sexologist specialising in desire and libido problems, sexual pain, self esteem and couples counselling

Francis Cullimore

Throughout Francis Cullimore's rugby career he has experienced its highest successes and the lowest hardships that comes with being an elite athlete at its highest level. Utilising his strong foundation in contact sport and competing against some of the most formidable opponents on the planet, has given Francis the unique edge in training, coaching and mentoring his clientele.

His strongest asset comes not only from his own experience, but from being trained by sports specific mentors and trainers, who honed his natural abilities and developed an advance training and mental skill set, which most players, coaches or aspiring athletes will never be exposed too.

At the ripe old age of 30+ when most athletes are ready to retire, Francis went on to become a professional MMA fighter. A member of the Australian bobsleigh squad preparing for the Vancouver Olympics’ and placing 3rd in his rookie year at the Australian Natural bodybuilding championships, with not one but two separate federations. Francis has just finished participating in the number one 2016 hit TV show, Australian Ninja Warrior, making it all the way to the finals.

Jaida Simone

As a NeuroBio psychotherapist specialising in Erotic IQ, Jaida brings to the world of Sexuality, relationships and intimacy a futuristic, evolved and approachable dynamic.

Her thesis was presented at the 1st World Congress of Sexology and the 18th Congress of the World Association For Sexual Health and her studies on sacred sexuality have been published in books and articles all over the world.

Jaida is founder of the modality known as "The Shadow Walk", which is a psychotherapeutic approach to change and a journey into the deeper, transformational approach to illuminating the unconscious to change behavioural patterns and attitudes not serving the present.

Jaida is also the pioneer of Erotic IQ and brings to the world a whole new concept around the intellectual and the cognitive frameworks around eroticism, the secrets to long term desire in relationships and reframing the global concept of 'Love", with the intention of ultimately allowing couples the ability to reframe and re-program their relationships for greater connection.

Nominated 2 times in the Adult Industry Awards for her educative programs around Sexuality and trained hundreds of people globally in Somatic Therapies, she is also the creator of many programs in the arena of Cognitive Therapies, holistic healing and Sexuality.

Jaida is able to bridge the gap between the spiritual and the scientific and has studied and researched areas in Neuroscience (Peking University), States of Flow (Flow Genome Project), Entanglement and the Extasis (NeuroSynchronicity). She has been the President of the International Association for Sexual Educators, Counsellors and Therapists as well as the Institute of Awakening and the Global Academy of Vegetotherapy (BioEnergetics).

Jaida is looking to opening a World First Research Facility "The Institute for Human Sexuality" in NSW in 2018 in dedication and continuation of the work of Masters and Johnson and hopes to elevate and evolve the study and research of modern and future dynamics of sexuality in the academic and medical realms.

Julia Hasche

Julia Hasche is a blogger, podcast host, author and mentor for single parents. She became a single mother in 2013 when her daughter was just a few months old, and created Single Mother Survival Guide in 2016 to assist newly single mothers in all things they may need to know about.

Single Mother Survival Guide aims to inform single mothers on relevant issues, support single mothers on their journey, inspire them, and motivate them to create the happy single mother life that they want, by providing a community for single mothers, and providing honest and inspirational content through her website, blog, podcast, and social media.

Julia also regularly writes for publications such as The Huffington Post, Kidspot, and Mamamia. She has also appeared live at the desk on Channel 7's The Daily Edition talking all things single motherhood.

Since 2016, Julia has been mentoring single parents one-on-one and helping them to not only survive, but to THRIVE as single parents, and now she is able to help empower more single parents through her online courses.
Julia also won the Women Helping Women Next Top Coach Award in 2017.

Katie Sampayo

Since I was young, I have always been a very motivated, energetic individual. At age four I started playing sports, and have never stopped since. I love the competitive nature, and the continuous challenge to perform at my very best. From playing tennis to shredding it up on slopes, the importance of physical activity was instilled in me at a young age, and has become something that I truly enjoy and wish to share with others today.

Today I focus heavily on having the right mindset and staying positive. However, I did not always think this way. My mindset, and honestly my entire life, changed when I entered the wonderful world of yoga in November 2014. Like many of us experience, I was going through a bit of a “rough” patch. I felt depressed, stressed, and not in control of my life. One day I sat down and thought hard about what I could do to change this situation. A few of my friends had mentioned meditation, and thought yoga might be a good place to start. So I said, “Why not? I have nothing to lose, and if nothing else, I’ll get a great workout.” I made a commitment to practice yoga for 10 days straight, and was pleasantly surprised by the results. Besides my body being incredibly sore, and yoga being much more challenging than I remembered, I felt more centered and in control of my mind. This was the beginning of a new me and a new life; this was my “Aha” moment.

Yoga and meditation opened my eyes to a whole new way of life. I became more self-aware, and really started to become in tune with my body and emotions. I underwent a mindset shift...and I was not stopping there. To keep the momentum going, I decided to set some goals. They were: to go after my dreams without fear, to constantly challenge myself to learn and grow, and to stay positive and optimistic, even when times were tough. I’m not going to say that I accomplished all of these goals flawlessly; I am human and certainty not perfect. However, I stuck to them as best I could, and continue to use them to improve my mindset and make strides towards changing my life. One of these major strides was pursuing my passion for health and fitness. I began small by leading workout sessions with friends. I took my passion a step further by starting a health and wellness program at my former company, where I taught small group fitness classes and educated employees on the importance of health and wellness. From there I obtained my Barre certification and started teaching classes at the gym. A few months later, I decided to go all-in and get my personal training certification. Sharing my knowledge through fitness quickly became the best part of my day. I fell in love with helping others become the best versions of themselves, reaffirming that I was on the right path.

In December 2015 I left the corporate world to pursue my passion, which is to help others live a happy, healthy, and holistic life. Personal training and teaching group fitness classes are just a few ways I help others accomplish this for themselves. My focus when training is not simply to get someone in great shape, but to help them make a lifestyle change to live a more healthy and positive life. Undergoing a lifestyle change means first undergoing a mindset shift. Otherwise you're already setting yourself up for failure before you begin. My tagline "Focus the mind. Tone the body." conveys my philosophy on how to live a healthy, happy, and holistic life, from the inside out. No "quick fixes" or "diets". These are temporary solutions; some people refer to them as fads. My core philosophy focuses on long-term, sustainable results.

Lisa Goldenthal

Lisa Goldenthal is a personal trainer, weight loss, and fitness expert in the Los Angeles, CA area. As an international weight loss and transformational coach, Lisa help women achieve unstoppable confidence.

Lisa help them deeply connect to their why to do the work they need to do on a daily basis to achieve their goals. Lisa created the popular fitness DVD titled “Skinny Jeans Workout.” as seen in “Target” and named one of the top ten in home workouts by Life and Style magazine.

Lisa Phillips

Lisa Phillips is a certified and accredited Confidence and Life Coach with over 18 years experience. She is an expert in the field of Confidence and Self Esteem and her work is regularly featured on TV, Radio and in a wide range of lifestyle and business magazines. Lisa is also the author of 'The Confidence Coach' book (Exisle Publishing 2015)

In 2014/ 2015, Lisa was awarded the Bronze Award in the International Stevie Awards for her work assisting people to gain confidence. In 2015, she was a runner up in the NSW ICF ' Coach of the Year' award.

Dr. Lois P. Frankel

Dr. Lois P. Frankel, President of Corporate Coaching International, is a bestselling author, executive coach, and an internationally-recognized expert in the field of leadership development for women. She has appeared on Larry King Live, The Tavis Smiley Show, The Today Show, CNBC, and PBS to discuss her New York Times bestselling books, Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office, Nice Girls Don’t Get Rich, and Nice Girls Just Don’t Get It. Her other books include See Jane Lead and Stop Sabotaging Your Career. Alex Trebek even asked the question on Jeopardy, “This is the prime piece of business real estate that nice girls don’t get.”

Her work as a public speaker, consultant, and author has brought Dr. Frankel to countries around the globe and provided her with the privilege of serving diverse clients such as The Walt Disney Company, Amgen, The World Bank, The Indonesia Women’s Leadership Summit, Santos Energy, Miller Brewing Company, Australian Institute of Management, McKinsey & Company, Inc., Lockheed Martin, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, the Los Angeles County Fire Department, ARCO Indonesia, Ernst & Young, Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, Belgium Women’s Conference, Morgan Stanley, AlliedSignal Aerospace, BP, Warner Bros., Australia Human Resources Institute, and Northrop Grumman. She also provides pro bono consultation and workshops to nonprofit community agencies.

Dr. Frankel earned her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Southern California and received an honorary doctorate of humane letters from Phillips Graduate Institute. Although she is proud of her many accomplishments, none so much as founding two nonprofit organizations, MOSTE: Motivating Our Students through Experience and Bloom Again Foundation: Sowing Seeds of Health and Hope. Her work with women and girls was recognized through Maybelline New York’s “Empowerment through Education” award, the Los Angeles County’s Woman of the Year Award in business and industry, and a Presidential Medal from SUNY Oswego. Originally from the East Coast of the United States, she currently enjoys residing in Southern California where she has never had to put snow tires on her car or storm windows on her home.

Mike Goldstein

Mike Goldstein is a successful private dating coach, public speaker, and author who has appeared on the Today Show, Reader's Digest, The Star Ledger, Shape Magazine, and

The #1 Online Dating Expert in the country who works with the data from multiple online dating sites to ensure his clients are in the top 5% of successful daters, with results that have seen 83 percent of his clients obtain relationships.

Mike’s main point of focus is helping successful, happy women find love and commitment via personalized one-on-one coaching. Through his BLOG he has reached over 100,000 women.

Rochelle Courtenay

Rochelle Courtenay CEO and Founder of Share The Dignity, and self proclaimed “Crazy Pad Lady” is passionate about offering all women the opportunity to live with dignity. She was motivated to start Share The Dignity in 2015 after reading an article that described the indignities faced by homeless women and those in domestic violence shelters dealing with their monthly period, without financial resources. Rochelle found this unacceptable, and marshalled a committed group of volunteers to spearhead initiatives like #itsinthebag, Dignity Vending Machines, and now Handbags With Heart.

Rochelle’s inspirational leadership to help give vulnerable women dignity when dealing with their monthly period has been widely recognised. Named 2016 Cosmopolitan humanitarian of the year, and a 2016 Telstra Queensland For Purpose and Social Enterprise Award Finalist, Rochelle has marshalled over 350 volunteers to help Share The Dignity. She also has attracted a wonderful group of sponsors who support Share The Dignity’s efforts nationally.

Rosanna Iacono

Rosanna Iacono is a C-level business leader and brand strategist. Currently the Principal for strategic consulting practice Luxekraft, Rosanna has more than 20 years’ experience working with iconic brands in the fashion and beauty industries, such as Nike, Levi’s, Mexx, Jurlique and Sass & Bide, including 16 years internationally at global and regional headquarters. She has served as a marketing and product executive and as a general manager for some of the world’s leading brands, with experience in publicly listed, privately owned and private equity owned companies. Rosanna has lived and worked in four countries and is multi-lingual, globally adept and culturally savvy.

Rosanna is passionate about women’s causes and has chaired several CSR Councils – in 2011 she founded the Jurlique Ideas of Beauty Fund, a fund set up to raise and disburse funds to NFP’s championing the empowerment and education of women and girls. Whilst the Chief Brand Officer at Jurlique, Rosanna also chaired the CSR Council and the Jurlique Ideas of Beauty Fund. Rosanna is also a Director on the Board of Stretch-A-Family, an agency operating in the area of Social Services and Fostering.

Rosanna is mother to three-year-old twin boys. She holds a BA in Political Science (International Relations) from The University of Melbourne.

Shani Jay

I am a full time writer, bestselling author, & glow getter currently based wherever I can find my mind peace, my soul sunshine, and my body... chocolate!

So far, my work has found itself a home on many platforms including The Huffington Post, Thought Catalog, and Teen Vogue.

But my life hasn't always been this rosey.

The truth is - I used to walk in your shoes. I used to be that girl who woke up in the morning, and didn’t want to get out of bed. Because I felt ugly, alone, devastatingly unhappy and uninspired by my life.

I didn’t love myself, and I had absolutely no idea how or where to begin.

But I want you to know that it gets better. I promise, it does.

Everyone has the power within them to embark on a magical journey of self-love.

Don’t wait until tomorrow to start loving yourself. Don’t wait for somebody to walk into your life and tell you you’re worthy. Choose to love yourself today.

Terry Sidford

Terry Sidford has been a Certified Life Coach for the past fifteen years and has assisted scores of people in achieving their dreams, which she believes is her own life’s purpose. Terry’s greatest joy has always been to help others unleash their potential and live life to the fullest. Based on her success as a life coach, she has been asked to speak at many personal growth and business-related events. Terry also authors a widely acclaimed newsletter that focuses on her principles of BEING. She was professionally trained by The Coaches Training Institute, and received an Associate Certified Coach credential from the International Coaching Federation. Recently trained as a Certified Passion Test Facilitator.

To add to her diverse background, Terry trained at Body Balance University and National Exercise and Sports Trainer Association to became a certified Pilates instructor. Since then she’s taught Pilates for the past nine years. In addition, she is a licensed real estate agent in Utah.

Terry was raised in Southern California and has lived in Utah for more than 30 years. She’s active in the outdoors, plays tennis, runs, and skis. Currently she resides in Park City with her husband, Matthew, and has two sons, Alex and Connor.

Tiffany Scotton

Tiffany is passionate about supporting executives and high potential individuals to prepare for and navigate significant transitions in their professional lives. Her clients value her authenticity, challenge and insights.

Tiffany has successfully coached senior leaders across a range of iconic Australian and global organisations including AMP, BHP Billiton, Qantas, Diageo, Disney, SKM, Brambles, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, GSK, Jurlique, Westpac and Telstra.

Tiffany is married with two daughters. She enjoys boxing, running, reading and travel .

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More About Your Host, Harriet Castle

Harriet Castle’s life philosophy is centred on the principle of ‘taking action”. With this approach,she works with women and girls to inspire, empower and equip them to live authentic and fulfilling lives. All by taking practical and immediate steps to “getting stuff done, together”.

Having successfully led People and Organisational Development strategy for both large and smaller global retail organisations, (including iconic global brands such as Tiffany &Co), where she coached leaders, senior executives, corporate and retail team members, Harriet makes “being the best you” and “getting unstuck” simple, practical, fast and achievable.

My Story

A few years ago, deep in the trenches of a executive job in luxury retail, I found myself wondering – is this really it?

I’d worked so hard for the good income and career. I loved parts of my job. But it was demanding. Stressful. I was was struggling to balance being a mum and hold a career. This overwhelming feeling that something was missing was with me everyday. And that feeling wasn’t going away. I felt guilty. From the outside, it looked like I had a great life. Surely I shouldn’t be feeling like something is missing?

I kept going. Put on the lipstick each morning and covered up my pain. Buried my sadness. Filled my emptiness with more work. Even when my physical and mental health began to suffer seriously. I just kept going. Until it all fell apart.
Hi. I’m Harriet Castle. I help women who are ready to show up fully in their lives and to start living with passion, purpose and direction. No apologies.

I believe all we need is within us already. But sadly, our fears, lack of confidence and unhelpful self beliefs can hold us prisoner. Keeping us in jobs, relationships or a lifestyle that we are no longer in love with.

I know. I’ve been there.

But it doesn’t need to be this way….

When I got support, looked deeper into myself and learned the practical steps to make change in my life, things finally moved forward. Fast. In less than 10 months I’d quit the stressful job, regained my health, started my own business, left a toxic relationship and moved across the world with my kids back to my home, Australia. Now as a single mum.

Heres the thing, I WAS ABLE TO DO ALL THIS BECAUSE my life coach helped me smash through crippling self doubt, fear so I could break out of my self imposed prison. I learned to get in touch with what I truly wanted. To build a real plan of action. To get excited about life once again.

My mission these days is to help other women to start living the life they want and deserve. With passion, purpose and direction. And no apologies.
This has been my story. What will yours be?

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