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No Labels, No Limits – A Podcast Dedicated to Breaking Free of Labels and Limiting Beliefs to Achieve Personal and Professional Success. Each No Labels, No Limits guest has overcome personal challenges and obstacles whil
Latest Episode6/30/2022

243 - The Human Predicament with Frank Forencich

Season 2, Ep. 243
The No Labels, No Limits podcast warmly welcomes Frank Forencich to this week's episode. Frank is an internationally recognized leader in health and performance education. He earned his BA at Stanford University in human biology and neuroscience and has over thirty years of teaching experience in martial art and health education. He proudly holds black belt rankings in karate and aikido and has traveled to Africa on several occasions to study human origins and the ancestral environment. He’s a member of the Council of Elders at the MindBodyEcology Collective and a Diplomate member at The American Institute of Stress. We were surprised to learn that he's presented at numerous venues, including the Ancestral Health Symposium, Google, the Dr. Robert D. Conn Heart Conference, and the Institute of Design at Stanford University. A former columnist for Paleo Magazine, Frank is also the author of numerous books about health and the human predicament, including his book: "Beware False Tigers" a book about focus, responding appropriately, to the right tigers, in the right proportion, at the right time.He says, "I look at the big picture of human history and life in the modern world. The takeaway is this: "You are not diseased." For teachers, coaches, trainers, parents and anyone who works with people, we need to see and remember the autonomic nervous system. In short, 'treat people like animals.'"Learn more and connect with Frank here: exuberantanimal@gmail.comhttps://www.exuberantanimal.com https://www.facebook.com/ExuberantAnimal https://twitter.com/ExuberantAnimal Exuberant Animal Short Form Video https://vimeo.com/26561453
6/30/2022

243 - The Human Predicament with Frank Forencich

Season 2, Ep. 243
The No Labels, No Limits podcast warmly welcomes Frank Forencich to this week's episode. Frank is an internationally recognized leader in health and performance education. He earned his BA at Stanford University in human biology and neuroscience and has over thirty years of teaching experience in martial art and health education. He proudly holds black belt rankings in karate and aikido and has traveled to Africa on several occasions to study human origins and the ancestral environment. He’s a member of the Council of Elders at the MindBodyEcology Collective and a Diplomate member at The American Institute of Stress. We were surprised to learn that he's presented at numerous venues, including the Ancestral Health Symposium, Google, the Dr. Robert D. Conn Heart Conference, and the Institute of Design at Stanford University. A former columnist for Paleo Magazine, Frank is also the author of numerous books about health and the human predicament, including his book: "Beware False Tigers" a book about focus, responding appropriately, to the right tigers, in the right proportion, at the right time.He says, "I look at the big picture of human history and life in the modern world. The takeaway is this: "You are not diseased." For teachers, coaches, trainers, parents and anyone who works with people, we need to see and remember the autonomic nervous system. In short, 'treat people like animals.'"Learn more and connect with Frank here: exuberantanimal@gmail.comhttps://www.exuberantanimal.com https://www.facebook.com/ExuberantAnimal https://twitter.com/ExuberantAnimal Exuberant Animal Short Form Video https://vimeo.com/26561453
6/16/2022

241 - Love Is The Key with Amayla Knight

Season 2, Ep. 241
Welcome to the No Labels, No Limits podcast where this week we’re joined by Amayla Knight.Amayla Knight’s goal is to be someone that helps people get to know themselves on a deeper level and to move through and beyond patterns that keep us stuck in life.She understands firsthand about the pain that comes from not knowing how to handle destructive habits and routines that originate from not knowing your inner self, and how it affects your life. In fact, desiring the approval of one of her peers landed her in the most abusive situation of her life.It was the Enneagram that helped her climb out of that space, know herself, and heal.She learned to never value anyone else’s approval over her own self-worth and to stand in her truth despite the intimidating feelings that come when her truth does not please people.Her process inspired her to pursue certification training as an enneagram coach and become a blessing for others.She says, “I was raised into the enneagram by my mother who helped me to continue healing by getting to know me through the enneagram. It has truly inspired me to continue using this tool as a blessing for others. In the end, we need love. And the patience, and kindness that represent it. Everything else is a fight in vain. The takeaway is, don’t let the world convince you that fear is the answer. Love is the key.”Today we’re going to ask Amayla to share More about her own process and certification training How we can use the enneagram tools to help family strugglesLearn more and connect with Amayla here: firefly2000a@gmail.cominfo@personalcompass.us
6/9/2022

240 - Love, Peace & Vegetables with Marcela Benson

Season 2, Ep. 240
Our No Labels, No Limits podcast welcomes Marcela Benson, M.A. She is a Spiritual Nutrition Counselor, Essene Priestess, and author based in Miami Beach, Florida. She is a healer, passionate poet, avid student and spiritual teacher. She has been trained by Dr. Gabriel Cousens, MD., at his School of Holistic Wellness in Arizona, where she graduated with a Mastery in Vegan Live Food Nutrition, specializing in spiritual fasting and recovering from diabetes naturally. She has studied superfood nutrition, Ayurvedic science, Chinese tonic herbalism, Amazonian herbalism, zero-point energy healing, healing with gems and stones, and application of bio-resonance, biofeedback, and frequencies for harmonization at some of the top institutes in the world. Her mission is to help the world evolve into a new way of living & eating. Her Magnus opus coffee table book, Love, Peace & Vegetables: Recipes for Conscious Living was created as an inspirational guide to bring health, spirituality, positivity, and compassion to your home. This Magnus opus holds more than 18 years of research in the field of body, mind, spirit and vegan nutrition. She brings this knowledge together as an exquisitely designed book that includes lifestyle advice, inspiration, affirmations, tips, menus, over 150 Live-Food, Vegan recipes, original art, and color pictures. For more information and recipes, visit https://marcela.love Marcela is here today to offer some delicious information from Love, Peace & Vegetables.Learn more and connect with Marcela here:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marcelatbenson/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marcelatbenson/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Raquelmarcelarafaela/videos
5/26/2022

238 - Striptease as Transformation with Dr. Lynn Sally

Season 2, Ep. 238
Another unique and interesting interview on the No Labels, No Limits podcast, as this week we’re joined by Dr. Lynn Sally, author, performer, and scholar. Or, as she likes to say, she’s a professor by day and a "stripper" by night.Performance studies scholar and acclaimed burlesque artist Lynn "Dr. Lucky" Sally offers an inside look at New York's neo-burlesque scene's history, culture, and philosophy. Do you think there are stigmas and consequences associated with being "out" as a burlesquer in the working world? Let's discuss. We also explore the ideas around burlesque empowering performers by affording them opportunities to command attention in ways that increase confidence and shrink insecurities. We mentioned that the talented Dr. Sally is an author, too. Her recent book, Neo-Burlesque: Striptease as Transformation, reveals how twenty-first-century neo-burlesque is in constant dialogue with the classic burlesque of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. She considers today's performers preconceived notions of femininity and explores how the striptease performer directs the audience's gaze, putting on layers of meaning while taking off layers of clothing.She leaves us with some thoughtful insight when she says, ”Be yourself, unapologetically & boldly.”Learn more and connect with Dr. Sally here:https://www.instagram.com/lynnksallyhttps://www.instagram.com/ldrluckytravelshttps://twitter.com/drlynnsallyhttps://www.facebook.com/phoebewalker https://www.facebook.com/lynnsallyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/drlynnsallywww.lynnsally.com