Being Unapologetically Authentic with Jean Tien
S1 Ep 6: Time and Success

S1 Ep 6: Time and Success

October 6, 2022

In this episode of Being Unapologetically You, we explore the intersectionality of time and success. If you've ever measured yourself (whether personally or professionally) against time, then you won't want to miss this episode! 

For more information on my Time Bend Masterclass, click here to learn how to change your experience with time.

S1 Ep 7: Are you plagiarizing your autobiography?

S1 Ep 7: Are you plagiarizing your autobiography?

October 6, 2022

Too often, we forget that we are the authors of our own autobiographies. When it comes to success, there is a fine line between adapting someone‘s success story to be authentic to you vs copying someone else‘s success story hoping to gain the same results. Join me in this episode as we explore the difference between copying and plagiarizing success stories.

Join me in this episode as I explore what it means to plagiarize your autobiography.

 

 

 

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S1 Ep 8: Being Unapologetically Authentic with Guest, Aimee Moslares-Aguirre

S1 Ep 8: Being Unapologetically Authentic with Guest, Aimee Moslares-Aguirre

October 6, 2022

On today's episode of Being Unapologetically Authentic, I speak with our guest, Aimee Moslares-Aguirre.

Aimee is an entrepreneur, creative director, and founder of Food Craft, a platform that brings remote teams and long-distance friends and family together in a virtual experience anywhere, anytime. Her mission, to create joy and connection and promote cultural appreciation through diverse food and drink experiences.
 
Join us as she shares so many nuggets of wisdom on how she used her authenticity to build a successful business in the height of the pandemic! You can also find more of Aimee and Food Craft at Virtual Experience | Fun Virtual Events | Kits by Food Craft (foodcraftnyc.com) and at on Instagram @foodcraftnyc.
 
S1 Ep 9: Being Unapologetically Authentic with Guest, Liz Barbosa

S1 Ep 9: Being Unapologetically Authentic with Guest, Liz Barbosa

October 6, 2022

In this episode of Being Unapologetically Authentic, I speak with guest, Liz Barbosa, on how she found success by going back to the basics. 

Join us as Liz shares her journey of how she left a successful corporate job, where she managed sales for the entire region of Brazil, to finding her joy and fulfillment through the learning and application of Ayurveda. She also shares the top benefits of Ayurveda, and how you can apply it to return to your naturally and healthy state.

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More about Liz:

Originally from Brazil, Liz is an expression of consciousness living as a human who is passionate about the life journey. This journey is aligned to your soul path, which allows you to discover the essence of who you are. She believes every single living being, has a purpose in life in order to help elevate the consciousness of planet Earth. As an Ayurveda Counselor, an empowerment mentor, a yoga teacher, a healer and a human being she has stepped, into her own healing journey and supported others on their paths. She doesn’t teach others but holds space to gently present tools to align them to the healing needed at every given moment. Yoga and Ayurveda are one of them, is where you learn about your physical body, mind and soul by going within the magnitude of who you are, a light being.

Want to learn more about Ayurveda? You can find Liz on Instagram @lizbarbosahealings and also on her website.

 

 

S1 Ep 10: Money and Success

S1 Ep 10: Money and Success

October 6, 2022

In this episode of Being Unapologetically Authentic, I look at society's inclination to measure success through monetary gains. Money is so ingrained in our society as a measurement of success. It's no wonder that financial gains are the predominant measurement of one's ability to "do well" in life.  What if, however, money was just a tool for expansion? What if it was never meant to be used the way it is today, and would it still have so much meaning in our lives if money was unlimited?

If you have ever measured your success by the amount of money you earn? If so, then I invite you to listen to this episode and see if money is still an authentic measurement of YOUR success.

S1 Ep 11: Lessons from a Working Mom on Parenting with Authenticity

S1 Ep 11: Lessons from a Working Mom on Parenting with Authenticity

October 6, 2022

In this episode of Being Unapologetically Authentic podcast, host, Jean Tien, shares her experiences on raising children authentically. 

As a parent, navigating the world of authenticity can be tricky. We are the product of our parents, friends, culture, society, and everything around us. From the day we enter this world, survival depended on our ability to conform to the expectations placed on us. When we conform, we're obedient and rewarded. When we don't conform, however, we run the chance of being disregarded and disciplined. 

As a conscious parent focused on raising authentic, conscious children, Jean shares:

  • her frustrations with the education system;
  • the questions she's had to ask of herself in order to define her authenticity as a parent; 
  • the conversations she and her husband have had in order to find the best way to support their children; and
  • her experience in challenging the status quo.

Supporting children in a "different" way can be challenging but it is so rewarding when the risk pays big reward.

Tune in to learn more about her story, and for more information about Jean and the work she does, you can check out her website at https://jeantien.com.

 

S1 Ep 12: Being Unapologetically Authentic about Infertility with Guest, Monica Cox

S1 Ep 12: Being Unapologetically Authentic about Infertility with Guest, Monica Cox

October 6, 2022

In this episode of Being Unapologetically Authentic, I am joined by Monica Cox, as she shares her journey and how she had to re-discover who her true self before she could find success through her fertility journey.

Monica Cox is a top Functional Fertility Coach and Infertility Warrior. She helps women get to the bottom of their fertility issues, using science-based functional medicine to help increase their chances of getting and staying pregnant. She dealt with years of unexplained infertility, failed IVF's & survived several miscarriages before becoming an IVF mom & getting pregnant natural even though the doctors said there was nothing she could do to improve her situation. Author of the best-selling journals Boost Your Embryos, Baby & Me, and Fertility Food and host of the highly popular podcast Finding Fertility, Monica is dedicated to inspiring women to look beyond their infertility diagnosis and take control of their health through clean eating and simplifying their lifestyle. Her signature online program, The Fertility Formula & personal Fertility Focused Coaching, has helped woman increase their chances of creating the family of their dreams.

Like many other young females, Monica began her fertility journey at the age of 27, believing that it would be easy to get pregnant. As Monica puts it, "there were no warning signs or big issues" with her body. What she eventually discovered was that she had a naturally high number of killer cells that attacked her embryos. After her initial attempt at IVF failed, Monica began to search for other answers. She tuned in to herself, knowing herself that she was not "infertile", which is what her doctors had labeled her. This is when she found functional fertility and began her journey to finding how her body would support her pregnancies. 

Tune in to hear how Monica was able to find her way to healing her body so that she could then have children by simply listening to what she knew of her body.

Interested in learning more about Monica? You can find her here:

1. Monica's Website: www.findingfertility.co 

2 8 days free into The Formula: https://www.findingfertility.co/eightdaysfreefindingfertility

3. Free 3 Step guide: https://www.findingfertility.co/welcomeintothefindingfertilityfamily

 

S1 Ep 13: Being Unapologetically Authentic with Guest, Elizabeth Knittel

S1 Ep 13: Being Unapologetically Authentic with Guest, Elizabeth Knittel

October 6, 2022

In this episode of Being Unapologetically Authentic, we have guest, Elizabeth Knittel, on the show. Elizabeth is a Transformation Coach, licensed esthetician, healer, and self-care expert. She passionate about whole body wellness and helping women create their dream lives, one new habit at a time. Elizabeth is truly an example of personal empowerment, and I am excited for you to hear her story.

Throughout most of Elizabeth's life, she felt as if she was unable to be free. She felt as if she was always hiding something, whether that was the use of alcohol within her family, or her own personal battle with bulimia and alcohol, it wasn't until she discovered her connection with the Universe that she began to understand true love. Through a series of synchronicities, she began to find herself again and build a stable, loving family for her and her children. Elizabeth now has a successful coaching and wellness studio, where she shows other women how to find themselves again.

If you would like to learn more about Elizabeth, you can contact her at:

Website: Pure Love & Beauty (pureloveandbeauty.com)

Instagram: www.Instagram.com/run.love.restore

Please follow and rate this episode 5 stars so that we can continue to bring you quality content and guests, like Elizabeth Knittel. If this episode resonated with you, please share with your friends and family so we can continue to spread the message! 

Until next time, friends!

S1 Ep 14: Being Unapologetically Authentic with Guest, Vince Kramer

S1 Ep 14: Being Unapologetically Authentic with Guest, Vince Kramer

October 6, 2022

In this episode of Being Unapologetically Authentic, Vince Kramer shares his personal journey of how he found his way from an airline pilot to a transformation coach where he supports others in their spiritual journey. 

Vince Kramer is the co-creator of Imagine Miracles and ImagineNation Miracles. Vince originally conceived Imagine Miracles in 2007 to help people create a life of Happiness, Health and Wealth. Through personal growth of his own, he realized there was more personal discovery and development needed at the time. He tabled Imagine Miracles to discover himself and started a small retreat center with his wife, Mary Kramer, to bring like-minded people together to share and experience different modalities of spiritual growth.

Tune in to learn some of the tools Vince teaches his personal clients on how to achieve personal growth. You can also learn more about Vince and his techniques on his website: Imagine Miracles-Transform Your Life With Vince Kramer

PLUS, for listeners of Being Unapologetically Authentic podcast, Vince will offer a FREE session "Your Life Your Way Breakthrough Session", valued at $500! Just mention the podcast when you reach out to him to schedule your free session!

S1 Ep 15: Do all endings have to be sad?

S1 Ep 15: Do all endings have to be sad?

October 6, 2022

Not all endings are created equal. In this episode of Being Unapologetically Authentic, I ponder about the possibilities of conclusions and success. Do all good things come to an end? If they do, does that mean that the effort wasn't successful? 

If something is good, then why does it have to end?

Or is it only successful when you get to control the narrative of the situation? For example, is it a successful departure from your relationship and/or job when you're the decision maker instead of your partner or the job leaving you? I mean, seriously, no one likes to be told that they're no longer "wanted", right?

What if, however, you were never meant to stay in the same place forever? Even when you're being asked to leave, you're still successful? What if it was just the Universe's way of helping you continue your journey instead of allowing you to get stuck in the same place? As if the Universe is helping you see your strength in a way you never thought possible?

When we look at the bigger picture, can we really grow without experiencing the circle of life in all areas of lives? 

If you've enjoyed this episode, please like, share, and rate so that we can start to spread the infinite possibilities with others around us.

Want to learn more about Jean? Check out her website at https://jeantien.com.

Until next time, friends!

 

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