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Powerful conversations on womanhood and simplifying life to create space for everyday joy.

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Powerful conversations on womanhood and simplifying life to create space for everyday joy.

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Three Sixty Conversations

Latest release on Dec 16, 2020

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Rank #1: Three Sixty Conversations with Tamu Thomas - an invitation to stop investing energy in being stuck.

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This is a solo episode where I share some insight's from a conversation I had with a prospective coaching client. I talk about unconsciously choosing to invest life force energy in being stuck due to fearing the changes that may occur as we grow. 

If this episode resonates with you, I suggest getting out your journal.

Journal prompts:

What would happen if I released my attachment to my husk?

What action can I take to release the attachment to this husk?

Don't forget to create an affirmation to support you releasing attachment to your husk.

Explore ways to work with me here and book a call to explore 1:2:1 coaching with me here.

My Everyday Joy Membership here.

Nicola Rae Wickham

Tracee Ellis Ross and Oprah here.

Plant timelapse video here.

Apr 12 2020

12mins

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Rank #2: Three Sixty Conversations with Natalie Costa on mistakes creating room for growth.

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Welcome to part 1 of episode 19!  I am joined by Natalie Costa founder of Power Thoughts which is a teaching, coaching and mindfulness service for children.  Natalie works with children 1-2-1, in schools, in groups online and in person.  She also works with parents helping them to learn how to support their children’s learning.

Our conversation is in two parts.  Part one is Natalie and I, part 2 includes my daughter!  When I told my daughter what Natalie does she immediately shared a number of things she would like to discuss so I thought rather than be a messenger she should join us.  Considering how much my daughter likes to talk and the big presence she has it was interesting to see her so shy and talking in her soft voice!  She also said that I was cringey #parentingwin!

Natalie’s background in teaching led her to setting up her company Power Thoughts as she noticed that there were significant numbers of children that were unable to reach their true potential as they couldn’t manage the ‘big emotions’ that dovetailed ‘failure’.  We look at how this translates into adulthood.

Read the full show notes here.

Newsflash:

From 31/01/19 - 05/02/19 I will have a free shipping promotion for all items in my online store.  Use the code LOVEU to receive this offer!

Jan 30 2019

57mins

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Rank #3: Three Sixty Conversations with Natalie Costa on children having a power mindset.

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Welcome to part 2 of episode 19!  I am joined by Natalie Costa founder of Power Thoughts which is a teaching, coaching and mindfulness service for children.  Natalie works with children 1-2-1, in schools, in groups online and in person.  She also works with parents helping them to learn how to support their children’s learning.

You can read the full show notes here.

Feb 05 2019

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Rank #4: Wellness is Wellth recap

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This is kind of but not really episode 19…  In this episode Nicola and I have a discussion recapping our Wellness is Wellth event that took place on 18/01/2019.

Tamu from @livethreesixty and I joined forces to host the Wellness is Wellth event which took place on Friday 18th January in the centre of London’s financial district at Thomson Reuters. ( A big thank-you to Thomson Reuters for sponsoring and Geoffrey for making it happen, we really do appreciate it!. The magic of the event was just too good not to share and so we recorded this episode where we talk through knowledge bombs, truth-filled takeaways and absolute gems that the amazing panel Army Majeed @london_city_mum , Melanie Eusebe @melanieeusebe and Paula Perry @you4us_uk shared so openly and generously.

Talking about money can be confronting, triggering and they aren’t always the easiest of conversations to have, we know this and our intention is to help change that for you. Why? Because we ALL know it is 100% necessary and this is the case wherever you are in your financial wellness journey. So dive in, enjoy and share your thoughts with us.  

The following resources were mentioned on the night:

Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki

The Financial Diet by Chelsea Fagan

Your Money Or Your Life by Vicki Robin

Know Your Worth Jessica Vaughn

Millionaire Women Next Door by Thomas Stanley

Investing For Dummies (check the version for your region)

Get Rich Lucky Bitch by Denise Duffield-Thomas

I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi

Please do also check out each of the panelist’s as they have amazing offerings to help you do the work!

And of course make sure you are following Nicola @alifemoreinspired and I @livethreesixty on Instagram to be the first to hear our exciting news on next steps for #wellnessiswellth.  

Jan 26 2019

1hr 27mins

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Rank #5: Three Sixty Conversations with Jo Westwood on the addiction of codependency.

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Welcome to episode 18.  Today I am having a really deep and honest conversation with Jo Westwood on the addiction of codependent relationships. Trigger warning, although we do not share any graphic details this conversation is so honest it may be a little confronting for some. 

Jo Westwood is, a life coach and author that helps women and men escape from codependency, reclaim their lives with confidence and live Lovingly Fierce©.

In this conversation we talked about the nuance of codependent relationships and tackle topics such as trying to manipulate and control people with kindness.

Read full show notes here.

Jan 23 2019

1hr 18mins

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Rank #6: Three Sixty Conversations with Annie Ridout on investing in your story.

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Welcome to episode 32!  I am joined by Journalist, published Author, Speaker, Entrepreneur and Tech Start up Co-founder, Annie Ridout.

We had a very nourishing discussion on the transition from being employed to freelancing to becoming an entrepreneur. We also talk about mindset, women seeing paying for our development as an investment rather than spending and valuing our stories.

Full show notes here.

The next Everyday Joy day retreat takes place o 08/06/19.  It will be the last one until early 2020.  Future day retreats will be part of a package and will therefore not be widely available.  If you have been interested in attending one of my day retreats I implore you to join me for this one.  It's going to be nourishing and transformational.  Details and booking here.

May 30 2019

1hr 2mins

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Rank #7: Three Sixty Conversations with Eli Trier on redefining community.

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Welcome to episode 34! I am joined by the ultimate Quiet Revolutionary, Eli Trier founder of Eli Trier Communities. Eli believe’s that fostering authentic, human connections with like-minded people is the fastest, easiest and most heart-centred way to build a business.

In this conversation we discuss the benefits of building a meaningful community one person at a time rather than amassing large numbers with little significance.  Full show notes here.

I am a finalist in the Precious Lifestyle awards for Best Podcast and would love your vote. You can vote for me to win here!

Thank you in advance!

Jun 13 2019

1hr 16mins

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Rank #8: Three Sixty Conversations with Clemmie Telford on Honesty and intuition as a guiding light.

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Welcome to episode 84 where I am joined by writer, Consultant Creative Director / Strategist and Social Specialist Clemmie Telford for a conversation about honesty and intuition being a guiding light.

We have a rich and insightful conversation about the challenges of living honestly due to the level of vulnerability and intimacy required to live in this way. 

Full show notes here.

Sign up to my mailing list for some digital TLC here and access some journal prompts for grounding.

Apr 10 2020

1hr 6mins

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Rank #9: Three Sixty Conversations with Nehanda Truscott-Reid on motherhood as awakening, freedom and connection.

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Welcome to episode 85! I am joined by the Earth Mother herself, Nehanda Truscott-Reid aka The Soul Mama Coach for a discussion on motherhood awakening and healing.

In this conversation, Nehanda speaks powerfully about motherhood being a portal to awakening into the truth of who we are.

Full show notes here.

Nehanda's Black History Month podcast here.

Sign up to my mailing list for some digital TLC here and access some journal prompts for grounding.

Apr 10 2020

1hr 25mins

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Rank #10: Three Sixty Conversations with Yvadney Davis on Joy and authenticity as therapy

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Welcome to episode 83! I am joined by children’s fashion stylist Yvadney Davis for a discussion on the power of community, cultivating spaces that support authenticity and the therapeutic power of JOY!

Full show notes and resources here.

Sign up to my mailing list here.

Apr 08 2020

1hr 12mins

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Rank #11: Holding space for the present.

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In this podcast episode, I talk about the importance of presence for your present. Holding space for where you are now and not limiting the space that lies within the present by spending too much time lamenting the past or chasing and placing burdensome pressure on a future we don't believe in!

Learning how to be present and not fearing our feelings is essential at this time of mass panic caused by COVID-19.

I also get super real with you at the end, I urge you to be curious about any feelings this evokes.

Listen to my podcast with Nova Reid here.

Sign up for my free, "Unlock your joy" 5-day group coaching experience here

Mar 18 2020

25mins

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Rank #12: Three Sixty Conversations with Nova Reid on calling in the uncomfortable truths about racism

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Welcome to episode 80.  I am joined by Anti Racism Educator, inspirational speaker and writer, Nova Reid for a powerful conversation on calling in allies and holding space for transformative anti-racism work.

In this conversation, Nova and I discuss the importance of not just not being racist, but being anti-racist. Nova explains why calling in creates space for transformation whereas as opposed to calling out.

Full show notes and links to resources here.

Links and information about my day retreat on 21st March here.

Mar 04 2020

1hr 21mins

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Rank #13: Three Sixty Conversations with Gail Love-Schock on financial responsibility and prosperity consciousness

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Welcome to episode 78!!

In this episode of Three Sixty Conversations where I am having part 2 of a nourishing conversation with Reverend Gail Love-Schock about money! We are taking a nourishing deep dive into financial responsibility and prosperity consciousness. If you haven’t listened to our first chat, listen here.

 

 About Reverend Gail:

Gail Love-Schock, Interfaith Reverend and the world’s first and only Energy Transformation Strategist, has helped thousands of people move through radical change, moving closer to love and celebration through meditation, ceremony, ritual, mentorship, and retreats.

Full show notes here.

Feb 14 2020

1hr 23mins

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Rank #14: Three Sixty Conversations with Victor Granville on self connection as the antidote to self abandonment.

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Hello and welcome to episode 77 where for the first time in my podcast history I am joined by a man! Not just any man, but Victor Granville.

Victor is a relationship coach and supports people to connect with themselves rather than abandon themselves by seeking relationships to meet unmet needs. Victor is a certified Inner Bonding facilitator and hosts workshops to support people understand their limiting patterns of behaviour and learn new patterns that will assist them to develop and sustain healthy romantic relationships.

Full show notes and links to resources here.

Ps I am having a Spring Solstice day retreat on 21st March. More info here. Early bird ends on 31st January 2020!

Jan 14 2020

1hr 12mins

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Rank #15: Three Sixty Conversations with Zoe Blaskey on boundaries, breakdowns and breakthroughs.

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Hello and welcome to episode 76!

I am joined by Zoe Blaskey founder of Motherkind for a conversation on boundaries, breakdowns and breakthroughs! This episode is an in-depth exploration of conscious motherhood for modern mums, however it is packed full of insights and wisdom for anyone as we have all been parented!

You can read the full show notes which include the powerful resources mentioned here!

At the beginning of the episode I mentioned The Heart Space weekend retreat I am hosting in February 2020.  You can read more about it here.

Nov 27 2019

1hr 12mins

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Rank #16: Three Sixty Conversations with Natalie Lue on boundaries as liberation from people pleasing.

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Welcome to episode 75!

I am joined by writer, podcaster, speaker and artist Natalie Lue for a super juicy conversation about people pleasing! Hold to your hats and lean all the way in for a very honest conversation on what people pleasing really is (manipulation) how it shows up (immaturity) and how to begin to address is (responsibility).

This is not one for the faint hearted but its contained in love and will be very helpful for many! This conversation got me fired up and inspired so I have decided to host a supportive and nourishing workshop called Freedom fromPeople Pleasing this workshop is included in my Everyday Joy Membership. It will cover what people pleasing is, how it's linked to your inner child how it shows up and practical tips to address it, Sign up to my mailing list here if you would like to hear more.

Full show notes and resources mentioned available here.

About Natalie Lue:

Natalie Lue, 42, is a writer, podcaster, speaker and artist who's been blogging for over fifteen years. She founded Baggage Reclaim in 2005 with the mission of using her recovery from abandonment, emotional unavailability and low self-esteem to help at least one person avoid what she had or figure their way out of a toxic relationship. Since then, she's helped many people-pleasers, perfectionists and over-thinkers unpack and reclaim themselves from their emotional baggage affecting everything from forging intimate relationships to their emotional, mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing, to their creativity, relationship with money and work, to the health and wealth of their interpersonal relationships.

Natalie's work is also currently expanding into helping kids and parents. Natalie’s self-published four books that have sold 130K+ copies, and is also the host of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions podcast which has enjoyed 1.2m downloads on Apple podcasts and more than 2m listens on other outlets. She runs ecourses, a membership and workshops.

Of Jamaican Chinese in origin, Natalie was born in Wolverhampton and raised primarily in Dublin, Ireland, via stints in Carlisle and Zambia. She lives in Caterham, Surrey, with her husband and two daughters.

You can connect with Natalie here:

Instagram

Baggage Reclaim

Nov 20 2019

1hr 28mins

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Rank #17: Three Sixty Conversations with Ruth Kudzi on the creative joy of systems and strategy

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Welcome to episode 74 of Three Sixty Conversations. I am joined by Ruth Kudzi.  

Ruth is a qualified Success coach, speaker and blogger. She is obsessed with personal development and has a BA in Psychology & Management Studies, a MA in Psychology, a PGCE in Business Economics and a PGCERT in Coaching alongside lots of other qualifications. She built a six figure business on maternity leave and is now a multiple business owner. Her passion is empowering other women to start up and develop their dream businesses.

In this conversation we discuss how systems and strategy can boost creativity and joy in business.

Full show notes including resources mentioned here.

You can connect with Ruth here:

Website

Youtube

Instagram

Facebook

Nov 13 2019

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Rank #18: Three Sixty Conversations with Reverend Gail Love-Schock on Self connection, emotional safety and leadership.

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Welcome to Episode 73!!

I had a little hiatus, then hosted a daily podcast community project celebrating black history month through October and now I am back to my enlightening conversation format and and delighted to kick off this new season of podcasts with Reverend Gail Love-Schock (you can tell I am delighted by my high pitched shrill in the beginning of our chat... sorry!).

Reverend Gail and I have a deep, real and nourishing conversation about emotional safety, self connection and leadership.  We also talk about prosperity and business. Our prosperity chat did not go as deep and wide as we wanted it to so we will be back with a part 2!

Gail Love-Schock, Interfaith Reverend and the world’s first and only Energy Transformation Strategist, has helped thousands of people move through radical change, moving closer to love and celebration through meditation, ceremony, ritual, mentorship, and retreats.

Gail’s ministry focuses on the taboo subjects of life including sex, money, and death, all of which enable people to live a rich, vibrant and meaningful life today.

Accredited by One Spirit Interfaith Foundation, she has featured in global outlets such as The Sunday Times, New York Post, The Sunday Post, and Psychologies.

Special offer from Gail:

Gail has a MEGA SESSIONS with The Rev service available. These sessions are two and a half hours of deep inquiry, learning how to work with the 4 levels of consciousness and The Enneagram to completely transform your reality. Learning tools to cross the bridge between who you were and who you are becoming. Setting true intentions for you, and celebrating your individual magick right now. It's a game-changer!

Gail is offering a discount to Three Sixty Conversations listeners.  All you need to do book a connection call or mega session with Gail here and type Difference Made in the subject box... of just say you heard the offer here!

Interesting things we talked about:

The Enneagram

Four Levels of Consciousness

We didn't mention her here but, Florence Scovel Shinn is definitely someone to explore.

Sign up to my newsletter for the latest news, meaningful insights and special offers here.

Nov 05 2019

1hr 16mins

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Rank #19: Black History Month Audio Community Project - Natalie Lue honours her grandmother, Pinchy Lue

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Natalie Lue honours her late grandmother Pinchy Lue.

In today's podcast comes Natalie Lue honours her grandmother who sounds like she was a powerhouse.  Pinchy Lue came to the UK in the Windrush era and quickly used her tenacity to create safe communities for black people facing the hostility of the British public and systems.

Natalie refers to her grandmother taking up space and doing work that was required to do so.  Natalie notes that her grandmother's hard work and the demands of being a mother meant that she did not have much time to herself before she passed away suddenly in her 70's.  For Natalie this was a message for her to make sure she takes care of herself whilst she is alive, fit and well to reap the benefits.

About Natalie Lue:

Natalie Lue, 42, is a writer, podcaster, speaker and artist who's been blogging for over fifteen years. She founded Baggage Reclaim in 2005 with the mission of using her recovery from abandonment, emotional unavailability and low self-esteem to help at least one person avoid what she had or figure their way out of a toxic relationship. Since then, she's helped many people-pleasers, perfectionists and overthinkers unpack and reclaim themselves from their emotional baggage affecting everything from forging intimate relationships to their emotional, mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing, to their creativity, relationship with money and work, to the health and wealth of their interpersonal relationships. Her work is also currently expanding into helping kids and parents.
 
Natalie’s self-published four books that have sold 130K+ copies, and is also the host of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions podcast which has enjoyed 1.2m downloads on Apple podcasts and more than 2m listens on other outlets. She runs ecourses, a membership and workshops. 
 
Jamaican Chinese in origin, she was born in Wolverhampton and raised primarily in Dublin, Ireland, via stints in Carlisle and Zambia. She lives in Caterham, Surrey, with her husband and two daughters. 
 
You can connect with Natalie here:
 
InstagramBaggage Reclaim

Oct 22 2019

15mins

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Rank #20: Black History Month Audio Community Project - Paula Hines honours Dr Maya Angelou

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Paula Hines honours Dr Maya Angelou.

Paula uses her soothing tone to honour the late great Maya Angelou. Paula provides us with some real nourishment by using Maya Angelou quotes as wellness inspiration!! [starry eye emoji] 

This black history month audio contribution is a nourishing pick me up, a treatment if you will (my Everyday Joy membership group members will know exactly what I mean!). Dive in and bookmark under 'soul soothing'.

 

About Paula Hines:

Paula is a senior yoga teacher and has practised and studied a range of yoga styles since 2001. Her own experience of yoga’s capacity to aid recovery from injury and relieve stress led her to train as a teacher and fuels her desire to share the life-enhancing benefits of yoga with others.

Since 2011 Paula has been sharing yoga (U Can Yoga) in a non-dogmatic way with the intention of offering practitioners the space to nurture themselves as they breathe, strengthen and stretch both body and mind, cultivating deeper self-awareness. Teaching Hatha, Flow, Restorative Yoga, Yin Yoga and Yoga Nidra(‘Yoga Sleep’).

In addition, Paula is a senior teacher and lecturer on Sally Parkes’ Hatha Flow Yoga 200-hour Teacher Training Course and offers continuing professional development training for yoga teachers.

Paula is also a writer with comedy script-writing credits for the BBC. Since 2012 she has written the monthly Teacher’s Tales column and travel features for OM Yoga & Lifestyle Magazine and has been featured in Psychologies, Spell Magazine and on Yogamatters.

You can connect with Paula here:

Website

Intagram

Twitter

You can connect with Nehanda on Instagram.

Oct 16 2019

18mins

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