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LifeRhythms Radio: Episode 23 – Gratitude – Featured Guest: Cam Kashani

Cam Kashani, Co-Founder of COACCEL: The Human Accelerator and Godmother of Silicon Beach.

Welcome to Episode 23 of LifeRhythms Radio!

In this episode, Robert and Cam Kashani connect deeply on the topic of Gratitude. Cam is based in the Los Angeles area and is a highly successful transformational and mindset coach, entrepreneur and mother of twin boys. She is the Co-Founder of COACCEL: The Human Accelerator and also crowned the “Godmother of Silicon Beach”. Cam talks openly and passionately about gratitude and shares her evolution of her personal and professional success. This is definitely an interview that you cannot miss!

Also in this episode, you will hear a song from Evlov’s collection titled “One Leaf Over”, as well as Cam’s inspiration for choosing this powerful track. Lastly, Cam has an amazing offering that is available just for YOU! If you haven’t reached out to her already, please do so and share that you heard her amazing interview on LifeRhythms Radio. If you haven’t heard her interview just yet, now is the time! Look for that little triangle at the bottom of the page and… press… play… now!

About Cam:

Godmother of Silicon Beach, Expert Speaker with US State Department, 3x founder, and single mom of twin boys, Cam has worked with 4000+ Entrepreneurs and 700+ startups. She is on a mission to humanize business and her vision is a global economy that thrives on WE, not ME.

Today, Cam is on to her third company, COACCEL: The Human Accelerator, a unique 3-month program, 1-1, that focuses on building powerful, mindful leaders. COACCEL: The Human Accelerator specializes in Female Founders, though are open to Humans. Learn more at COACCEL.com.

Previously, Cam cofounded the first co-working space in Los Angeles for technology
startups and entrepreneurs in 2010, Coloft, which was infamously referred to as groundzero for the LA tech ecosystem. During her four years there, Coloft had over 1400 alumni, including Uber LA, Instacart, Fullscreen and so many more.

While Cam works with men and women, she is specifically passionate about working with women because she believes that if women embrace their own deeply rooted power, they can collectively shift the energy in business and ultimately create a harmonious environment for all.

For more information about Cam Kashani, visit the links below:

Email: cam@camkashani.com
Phone: 424-777-3872
Web Address: www.coaccel.com
Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/camkashani
Business Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/coaccel/
Instagram: www.instagram.com/camskashani

For more information about Robert Alexander, visit the links below:

Phone: 805-699-5298
Email: liferhythmscreativestudio@gmail.com
LifeRhythms (Customized Music & Private Sessions): liferhythms.us
Evlov Music: Bandcamp, Soundcloud, Pandora, Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Mixcloud

Graphic Design: liferhythms.us/portfolio
Facebook (Personal): facebook.com/inliferhythm
Facebook (Professional): https://www.facebook.com/yourliferhythm/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/liferhythms/
Instagram: @inliferhythm
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/YourLifeRhythm

For more information about LifeRhythms Radio, please contact Robert Alexander directly at liferhythmsradioshow@gmail.com.

Also visit: www.liferhythms.us, or call Robert directly at 805-699-5298.

LifeRhythms Radio: Episode 8 – Vulnerability, Laughter and Recovery – Featured Guest: Jessica Landon

Jessica Landon, actress, comedian, sobriety activist, business owner, influencer and author of “Human on Fire”

Welcome to Episode 8 of LifeRhythms Radio!

In this episode, Robert interviews Jessica Landon, a talented Hollywood actress, comedian, sobriety activist, business owner, author and influencer residing in Hollywood, CA. In this ‘entertaining’ interview, Robert and Jessica will be discussing “Vulnerability, Laughter and Recovery” – a topic that has been given very little attention in this day and age. Jessica reveals the importance of laugther and how vital it is to the recovery process and in everyday life. She vulnerably shares her experiences with recovery and humor as well as revealing where vulnerability plays an important role in the mix of the two. Also in this episode, Jessica educates the LifeRhythms Community with powerful scientific facts about the importance of having fun and she honestly reveals how she has been able to impact, inspire and motivate thousands of her social media followers with humor, vulnerability and giving back to the recovery community.

Lastly, you will hear a piece music that Jessica has chosen from Evlov’s discography (Robert’s music project) called, “Forgiveness Opens New Doors” as well as the inspiration that helped her select this impactful and profound piece of music. Please remember to be in touch with her after listening to the interview and tell her that you heard her speak on LifeRhythms Radio. Jessica will be more than happy to connect! Definitely reach out and check out her website for recent updates on what she is up to. You’ll be glad that you reached out to her!

About Jessica Landon:

As an actor and comedienne, Jessica has appeared on Comedy Central’s MADtv, Robot Chicken, Nickelodeon’s Drake & Josh, and NBC’s Medical Investigations. She partied with Hugh Hefner, appeared in glossy magazines and created the appearance of having a glamorous life. It all came at a cost. A few years into her acting career, Jessica spiraled into a late stage, nonfunctioning alcoholic.

Jessica’s harrowing journey has led her to numerous rehabs, mental institutions, the streets, homes and beds of sexual predators, and jail. Ultimately, her addiction left her with a brain hemorrhage and multiple organ failure as a result of lying in a drunken stupor in one spot of a street musician’s filthy rug for a month. The acid from her urine burned holes through the skin of her hips and tailbone. When Jessica was admitted to the hospital, she weighed 78 pounds, had a blood alcohol level of .503, and a rampant blood staph infection. She was told by her doctor her wouldn’t have survived the night without medical intervention.

After surviving so many tussles with death, the pain associated with drinking finally eclipsed the memory of pleasure, and Jessica was finally able to give up alcohol, fully embracing a life of forgiveness, gratitude, love, and sobriety.

She just finished writing her memoir “Human On Fire” which you will be able to purchase on my website humanonfire.com in the near future.

For more information about Jessica Landon, visit the links below:

Email: js90049@aol.com
Website: humanonfire.com
Instagram: Instagram.com/jessicalandon12

For more information about Robert Alexander, visit the links below:

Phone: 805-699-5298
Email: liferhythmscreativestudio@gmail.com
LifeRhythms (Customized Music & Private Sessions): liferhythms.us
Evlov Music: Bandcamp, Soundcloud, Pandora, Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Mixcloud

Graphic Design: liferhythms.us/portfolio
Facebook (Personal): facebook.com/inliferhythm
Facebook (Professional): https://www.facebook.com/yourliferhythm/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/liferhythms/
Instagram: @inliferhythm
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/YourLifeRhythm

For more information about LifeRhythms Radio, please contact Robert Alexander directly at liferhythmsradioshow@gmail.com.

Also visit: www.liferhythms.us, or call Robert directly at 805-699-5298.

Reverend Kat ~ the Soulsearch: There Is No Such Thing As Not Having!

In this week’s Thanksgiving show, Reverend Kat shows us another way to look at GRATITUDE!  

Kat notes that the times when people are focused on “not having” something is the time that they are most miserable.  “Not having is a ridiculous concept!”

Having thoughts of things we don’t have, that we should have, that we are entitled to, creates a negative experience.  For example: There are people who are hungry – they don’t have enough to eat!  Anxiety and fear follow.

You can choose to have thoughts “anchored” in the truth – There are people that are hungry… I wonder what I can do about that? 

Neuroscience research shows that it is natural for our brain to feel guilt and shame.  It is not so natural to us to think about being grateful for what we have.

However, research has also shown that if you go looking for something that you like, that you are grateful for, your dopamine levels rise and are activated.

Reverend Kat suggests that during this Thanksgiving week, you go looking for one thing that you are grateful for.  It doesn’t have to be something big. “It can something as simple as your favorite pair of socks!”  Notice the good feeling that comes about.  Notice the negative thoughts that creep in and accept them. Then bring back your thoughts to something that you are grateful for. “This small exercise  creates the loop between you and the people you love.”

Kat wants to hear from you!   What do you like about listening to her show?

Reverend Kat will be back next week with a new show!  Have a great Thanksgiving, and “Remember – let your light shine!”  

About Reverend Kat (from her website):

I began my career as a Spiritual Leader when I was 7 years old. Sitting in the field beside my house one day, I asked God why some people were so unhappy. A real voice answered (no kidding),“Your job on this earth is to teach people about love and how to have what they want in life”.

From that day on, I have pursued this with a passion. From my original dream of becoming either a missionary or an actress, I have crafted a career that is grounded in Spirit as I tune into a channel that broadcasts what’s in others’ hearts and souls.

As a spiritual leader, I teach, write, and perform on life’s stage… and, as the voice predicted so long ago, I teach people about love and how to manifest from the heart.

I have faced many challenges in my life including the death of my mother when I was young, being kidnapped as a teenager and leaving a 20 plus year marriage in my 40’s. I have learned a ton through the school of hard knocks and delightful surprises as well as the training noted below.

Maryland Acupuncture Institute’s School of Philosophy in Action

Certified by the Coaches Training Institute & International Coach Federation

Christen McCormack’s Spirit School

ORSC – Organization & Relationship Systems Coach

Leader for the Coaches Training Institute

Ordained Interfaith Minister

Contact information: 

Reverend Kat Knecht, PCC

www.theSoulsearch.com

KatandCurtis@theSoulsearch.com

(805) 633-9119

Link To Buy Kat’s Book, The Soul Search

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Ask Dr. Bunny. Gratitude? Guest, Debbie Emmons

Debbie Emmons and Dr. Bunny

Debbie Emmons and Dr. Bunny

Debbie Emmons joins Dr. Bunny to talk about gratitude – how to get it, how to keep it!

Contact Debbie Emmons at (805) 279-7075 or E-mail queen.bee.network@gmail.com.

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Also visit:
   www.BunnyVreeland.org

www.VreelandCollege.org

 

Dr. Bunny

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