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The Recovering Church Girl Pt 2 w/ Tonia Adleta

The Golden Mic Podcast w/ Marc Cordon


6 Jul 2020

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The Recovering Church Girl Pt 1 w/ Tonia Adleta

The Golden Mic Podcast w/ Marc Cordon


30 Jun 2020

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Tonia Adleta — Priests, Perverts and the Patriarchy

How To Get A Grip

Tonia Adleta is a serial entrepreneur and the host of the Recovering Church Girls podcast, where she takes an honest look at spirituality, connection to community, and more. Tonia moved 16 times before she graduated high-school and the one consistent thing in her life was going to church, but what happens when your spiritual views change? Where do you fit in, then? Where do you find your community? Tonia shares how she keeps grounded and sane. Mentioned in This Episode: Toniaadleta.com Matthewkimberley.com Work with Me


2 Sep 2019

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Tonia Adleta: Giving a Voice to Her Own Power & Story

Biz Babes with Soul Podcast

Tonia Adleta is a serial entrepreneur, lives on strong coffee, red wine and dark chocolate, and gets giddy on strategy and the sound of a new stamp in her passport.​ She is the creator of The Single Parent Summit, The Events Collective, The Recovering Church Girls Podcast, and so much more!Learn more about Tonia here: https://toniaadleta.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


4 Jun 2019

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Reclaiming Your Truth with Tonia Adleta

Grief Unveiled

Losing your beloved brings you face-to-face with the question: Who am I now? In the throes of massive life transition, it can be terrifying to lose our sense of Self alongside deep grief, yet when we cultivate the capacity to pause and get curious about the person within, our true Soul mate, we begin to understand the essence of who we really are - who we’ve always been. From this place, somehow the way forward seems more possible - and perhaps, even enjoyable. We cover a LOT of ground in this week’s episode of the Grief Unveiled podcast! Join me in my exquisite conversation with Tonia Adleta: entrepreneur, international speaker, and single mom on a mission to help us unlearn the shame and fear that impacts the way we live. She shares her evolution from a completely depleted 60 hour work week to seeking the answer to the important question, “What do I want?” You’ll hear about her journey to founding the Single Parent Summit, a space for solidarity in single parenting and a community of single parents dedicated to growth, positivity, and productivity. Tonia most recently founded Recovering Church Girls* (no, it’s not just for girls!), a community committed to cultivating a sense of Self, solidarity and spirituality from a place of total ownership while releasing fear and shame. We tackle the topics of guilt, shame, fear of judgment, the proverbial “should” that dictates so much of our days and a truly deep look at where it all comes from and how we can shift into a life with more freedom to choose - including that which we prefer, want, need and desire! If you’re looking to connect with your intuition and understand the truth of you, don’t miss this episode! Topics we covered: Why “staying busy” isn’t the golden ticket...and why creating boundaries around your time is! The loneliness that accompanies widowhood and single parenthood and how to find your true-blue community. An examination of the limiting beliefs and stories we internalize about our (lack of) worth. The different influences in society that can keep us small and distance us from owning our true desires. The impact of solo travel for self-knowledge and self-awareness. Resources: Byron Katie and “The Work” Elizabeth Gilbert More about Recovering Church Girls and the Podcast Sarah Nannen as a guest on the podcast, Recovering Church Girls The Single Parent Summit Connect with her on Facebook


20 May 2019

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Episode 33 - Tea with Tamara and Tonia Adleta - The Queen of Multi-Passionate

The Rebel Unicorns Podcast

From the minute I jumped in Tonia Adleta’s energy, I knew this woman was destined for greatness. I also knew she was not a one vibration kind of girl. Her energy was multi-passionate. Tonia’s stardust story of being the twice divorced wedding planner is so powerful it is a must listen. In this episode Tonia shares: How growing up a devout Christian moulded her early life How she built one, then two, then three businesses What being a Recovering Church Girl means to her Who the Single Parent Summit is really about How she nurtured her new spiritual life after the church This episode is so real, so honest, and so powerful. You will find so many parts of Tonia’s story to connect too. Have you listened? Share how much you loved it with both Tonia and myself on Instagram. https://Www.instagram.com/tamaraarnoldauthor https://Www.instagram.com/recoveringchurchgirls More about Tonia: Tonia Adleta, serial entrepreneur, international speaker, single mom, and traveler, lives a life fueled by good coffee and better wine. As the founder of Recovering Church Girls* and The Single Parent Summit, she encourages people to question what they think they know, especially about themselves, in pursuit of a life well-lived. How to make contact with Tonia: Hello@toniaadleta.com https://www.Facebook.com/tonia.adleta https://www.Instagram.com/toniaadleta https://www.Instagram.com/recoveringChurchGirls https://www.Instagram.com/thesingleparentsummit


14 Feb 2019

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Ep. 57 - Tonia Adleta Found Her Purpose After Finding Herself Unconscious on the Bathroom Floor

Success Champions

Tonia Adleta after losing consciousness on the (carpeted) bathroom floor of my mobile home, just after divorcing from her kids' dad. She was working 60+ hours a week to try to keep all the pieces together and that moment led to my giant "Do Over Button." This wasn't what she wanted for her life, so what was....? The years to follow have been quite the adventure and a series of micro-changes made that have completely changed the trajectory of her life - and of her kids.' Tonia Adleta is a serial entrepreneur and the founder of Recovering Church Girls. She also hosts The Single Parent Summit and is a single mom herself to two amazing teens. She believes in the power of both self-care and self-awareness and champions those who are doing the work to unlearn all they've been told to be - in order to become who they already are. Website: www.toniaadleta.com www.thesingleparentsummit.com If you enjoyed this episode, please Comment Share and leave a review… Come Hang With US as WE Discuss The Show Join the Conversation in our Facebook Group Success Champions Each Sunday we send out an email with the 5 episodes that aired along with this interview Sign Up Here Affiliate Links - Which means if you click and buy our company will get paid... Audio Books have been a huge part of my journey. Audible changed the game by taking the books you love and turning them into Audio.... Check it out here https://amzn.to/2KeGXC5 Have you struggled with getting on podcasts? Have you found it difficult getting exposure? Check out what Abigail Sinclaire is doing with Human Network Connection


7 Aug 2018

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Selfcare + Branding Tips For Entrepreneurial Moms with Tonia Adleta Ep 163- Brand Doctor Podcast– Henry Kaminski Jr

Brand Doctor Podcast

Tonia Adleta is an serial entrepreneur that's passionate about helping single parents integrate their busy entrepreneurial lives with their personal lives and shares some amazing tips on how juggle it all without losing focus on what matters the most.**********Henry Kaminski Jr. is the founder of Unique Designz by the HMK Group, a full-service graphic design, branding, and marketing company. He is also author of the best seller “Refuse To Give Up.” As a self-taught graphic designer and brand consultant, he’s overcome all the odds to build a wildly successful multi-million-dollar business over the past decade. He has worked with a diverse range of business owners and professionals, including Jon Bon Jovi and Internet marketing expert Russell Brunson who has named Henry the “Million Dollar Designer.” Ultimately, Henry is dedicated to helping small businesses grow and reach their goals through creative design, brand building which will allow entrepreneurs to design the life of their dreams!Where to find Henry:Grab These Digital Resources:https://uniquedesignz.net/digital-resources/Get Your 7 Point Brand Audit Today! https://uniquedesignz.net/bookyourauditDesigns On Demandhttps://uniquedesignz.net/designs-on-demand-program/Here's a personal look at how Henry got started: https://youtu.be/fI3y1NX57EkRefuse To Give Up Mini Documentary:https://youtu.be/L401mm5neJMGrab his book:https://uniquefunneldesigns.com/refuse-to-give-upInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/thebranddr/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/HenryKaminskiJr/https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheBrandDoctorsHangout/Subscribe to the Brand Doctor Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the%C2%ADbrand%C2%ADdoctor%C2%ADpodcast/id1263945262?mt=2The Brand Doctor Podcast with Henry Kaminski Jrhttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/the-brand-doctor-podcast/


25 Jun 2018

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How To Balance A Well-Lived Life – Tonia Adleta (re-release)

Journeys with the No Schedule Man

Are you saying yes to yourself and the things that matter most to you in this life? Or are you saying yes to everything else and putting yourself second, or 3rd, or 4th, or worse? And how exactly are you supposed to know the difference? This conversation with Tonia Adleta is going to provide some very helpful perspective for anyone who has lived so much of their life trying to do everything they really thought they were supposed to do, all the while unknowingly shrinking away from who they really are. Tonia is an international speaker, the founder and host of The Single Parent Summit and the owner of multiple businesses, including an award-winning wedding and event planning and floral design company. She describes herself as a “recovering perfectionist” and single mom to the two most amazing kids ever. Some of the key takeaways from this episode: ~ There's no such thing as work-life balance. There's just life. ~Mindfulness and presence versus looking backward or forward. If you’re always looking back and rehashing old memories of bad things, you’re being a victim. But if you’re looking forward to the next moment you hope to be better than this one, you’re delaying the future. Either way, you’re not being mindful of the present, which is a road to nowhere … ~ The Importance of Awareness – “People that don't get it don't get that they don't get it.” Tonia gives a great account of why this is important if we want to be well and happy. Also listen for her story about being on the floor of the bathroom when she was living in a mobile home. We’ve all had that moment. It’s not just you. **This episode was originally released in July of 2017 under its original name, “The No Schedule Man Podcast.”

1hr 23mins

6 Feb 2018

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Ep. 54: How To Find Balance - Tonia Adelta

Journeys with the No Schedule Man

Tonia Adleta is an international speaker, the founder and host of the Single Parent Summit and the owner of multiple businesses, including an award-winning wedding and event planning and floral design company. She describes herself as a recovering perfectionist and single mom to the two most amazing kids ever. Tonia and I are kindred spirits in many ways. One of the suggestions or principles that is often suggested that I simply have never been able to accept is the idea of just choosing one thing, picking one lane and staying there for the rest of your life. From a marketing and simplicity perspective, I admit I sometimes wish I were more like that. If I were to choose just one thing and be able to dedicate my whole life to it, I bet I could be world-class in that field. But I'm not wired that way. I'm too curious and too creative. I have things that I am more interested in developing than others, but I can never see myself doing just one thing. Seeing that Tonia feels and lives the same way was a breath of fresh air. And I don't think either one of us is trying to suggest that's what you have to do as well, but especially in this digital age, it seems that we must be multifaceted in our emotional maturity skill set in order to navigate the tricky waters of relationships, friendships, work, health, parenting, recreation and so many other things. So how do we do that? Well, part of the answer is addressed right off the start of the discussion with Tonia and it is one of a number of things that stood out to me from our conversation, including: There's no such thing as work-life balance - There's just life. This was one of my favourite beginnings to any episode of this podcast so far. I thought I'd tossed Tonia a bit of a curveball and was interested to see what she do with it. I was fascinated when she didn't even swing at it. And I absolutely loved the way she answered the question. So rather than saying anything more about it here, I will let you listen to the episode to hear her response. Mindfulness versus looking backward or forward - Tonia gives a terrific account of how you can tell if you are in one of two very common camps of people. The first is to evaluate if you are treating yourself like a victim, as if life always happens to you. This will sound familiar if you find that you are always looking backwards, rehashing things from the past, carrying ill feelings with you, recycling bad memories, and basically being unwilling to let go. The other camp has you looking forward. This one delays the thought of happiness until a certain result can be achieved. Of course, the tragedy is, with this operating system, you can never get the result that you want; you're focused on pleasing everyone but yourself and having to be perfect all the time. It's a road to nowhere. Awareness - This has come up before, it is going to come up again, it is a key part of one of the keynote speeches I deliver, it is central as one of the six key pieces in a speech that Tonia delivers and I am going to continue to highlight this point whenever it comes up for as long as I'm doing this podcast. And the reason why is that most people in my experience are unaware that they are unaware. I include myself in this up until fairly recently. Another way of saying this is, “people that don't get it don't get that they don't get it.” Tonia gives a great account of why this is important so I encourage you to listen for that along with the other of the six points that she delivers part way through our discussion. Also listen for her story about being on the floor of the bathroom when she was living in a mobile home. I point that out because what you are about to hear is a dynamic, creative, successful woman of great character. I think it's really easy to look at somebody for where they are now and then assume they've never had those moments when life has brought them to their knees. If that's something you're going through now, know that it is not just you. It happened to me and it's happened to Tonia. You can get through it if you choose to and Tonia is going to give you some terrific examples of how to do that. ©2017 Kevin Bulmer Enterprises

1hr 23mins

4 Jul 2017