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Woke & Wired is a new conversation about expanded consciousness and entrepreneurship in the digital age.How can we harness the infinite possibilities of today’s digital world to create success, fulfillment and positive impact? And can our personal spiritual practice contribute to it? This podcast was born out of a ten-year exploration of the possibility of living a spiritually rich life while using the Internet – specifically, social media – to create a life of freedom, connection, creative expression, and abundance. Your host, New York-based entrepreneur Ksenia Avdulova, is an embodiment of the new paradigm and has created the award-nominated media platform Breakfast Criminals with over 100K+ followers through the intuitive guidance she received in meditations. From journeying to the mountaintops of India to studying a variety of energetic practices like QiGong and Reiki, she understands the power that opens up when you combine expanding your consciousness, digital technology, and unstoppable action.Follow along as Ksenia shares actionable takeaways from her personal journey and has unfiltered conversations with those who cracked the code of being plugged into both seen and unseen realms. We will talk about the how, the why, and explore the paths and spiritual practices of conscious entrepreneurs and thought leaders. Instead of sharing formulas that worked for someone else, we will have thought-provoking conversations that will help you find your own WOKE way in this WIRED world.

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Woke & Wired is a new conversation about expanded consciousness and entrepreneurship in the digital age.How can we harness the infinite possibilities of today’s digital world to create success, fulfillment and positive impact? And can our personal spiritual practice contribute to it? This podcast was born out of a ten-year exploration of the possibility of living a spiritually rich life while using the Internet – specifically, social media – to create a life of freedom, connection, creative expression, and abundance. Your host, New York-based entrepreneur Ksenia Avdulova, is an embodiment of the new paradigm and has created the award-nominated media platform Breakfast Criminals with over 100K+ followers through the intuitive guidance she received in meditations. From journeying to the mountaintops of India to studying a variety of energetic practices like QiGong and Reiki, she understands the power that opens up when you combine expanding your consciousness, digital technology, and unstoppable action.Follow along as Ksenia shares actionable takeaways from her personal journey and has unfiltered conversations with those who cracked the code of being plugged into both seen and unseen realms. We will talk about the how, the why, and explore the paths and spiritual practices of conscious entrepreneurs and thought leaders. Instead of sharing formulas that worked for someone else, we will have thought-provoking conversations that will help you find your own WOKE way in this WIRED world.

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Wonderful questions!

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Ksenia asks wonderful insightful questions! I love her guests...so inspiring ❤️

Priceless info

By danielleekramer - Apr 14 2019
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Woke & Wired gives priceless info for an online based entrepreneur like me!

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86 Ratings
Average Ratings
83
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Wonderful questions!

By Pondloon - Jun 28 2019
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Ksenia asks wonderful insightful questions! I love her guests...so inspiring ❤️

Priceless info

By danielleekramer - Apr 14 2019
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Woke & Wired gives priceless info for an online based entrepreneur like me!
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Woke & Wired - Expanded Consciousness and Entrepreneurship

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Woke & Wired is a new conversation about expanded consciousness and entrepreneurship in the digital age.How can we harness the infinite possibilities of today’s digital world to create success, fulfillment and positive impact? And can our personal spiritual practice contribute to it? This podcast was born out of a ten-year exploration of the possibility of living a spiritually rich life while using the Internet – specifically, social media – to create a life of freedom, connection, creative expression, and abundance. Your host, New York-based entrepreneur Ksenia Avdulova, is an embodiment of the new paradigm and has created the award-nominated media platform Breakfast Criminals with over 100K+ followers through the intuitive guidance she received in meditations. From journeying to the mountaintops of India to studying a variety of energetic practices like QiGong and Reiki, she understands the power that opens up when you combine expanding your consciousness, digital technology, and unstoppable action.Follow along as Ksenia shares actionable takeaways from her personal journey and has unfiltered conversations with those who cracked the code of being plugged into both seen and unseen realms. We will talk about the how, the why, and explore the paths and spiritual practices of conscious entrepreneurs and thought leaders. Instead of sharing formulas that worked for someone else, we will have thought-provoking conversations that will help you find your own WOKE way in this WIRED world.

Rank #1: 02: Use Social Media To Manifest A Lifestyle That You Want, Wellness Blogging, Getting Unstuck, Being Unstoppable - JULES HUNT of @omandthecity

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Jules Hunt of @omandthecity is a rare gem. Having had to deal with being unhappy in a fashion job and wanting to delete her blog because she felt like she wasn’t making an impact, she’s become an expert on getting “unstuck”. That led her to create Om And The City, one of the fastest growing mindful lifestyle platforms, and landing partnerships with Allbirds, Athleta and Whole Foods.

In this episode, we discuss:

THE BUSINESS OF SOCIAL MEDIA

  • What does a wellness blogger actually do
  • How to run a profitable wellness blog in the oversaturated world of Instagram (it’s not too late to enter the game)
  • Getting compensated for your time, energy and art as a blogger
  • Creating sponsored content in a genuine way
  • Using social media to manifest a lifestyle that you want

EXPANSION

  • Getting unstuck and finding your “om”

CONFIDENCE 

  • Not letting opinions stop you

FUN FACT

  • You’ll never believe what Jules’ first YouTube channel was dedicated to!

STRATEGY

  • The importance of having a plan when you quit something
  • From working in fashion to finding the courage to do what she loves through staying true to herself
  • How to give your community what they want while fulfilling your needs
  • How to set healthy boundaries between growing your personal brand and having personal life
  • Strategy VS intuition

PRODUCTIVITY

  • The power of monotasking

SOCIAL MEDIA 

  • A 4-year relationship that started in 8th grade thanks to AIM messenger
  • The most important lesson social media has taught Jules

SELF-CARE

  • The power of morning and evening routines

QUOTABLES:

“Once you find your core and your center by asking yourself the tough questions, the rest unfolds around you.”

“More things don’t necessarily make you happier.”

“Sometimes you need that kick out the door to keep moving and set on the path that you’re meant to be on.”

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May 31 2018
53 mins
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Rank #2: 14: Cacao Ceremony and Maya Cosmo-Vision, Align Making Money With Your Divine Purpose – FLORENCIA FRIDMAN of Cacao Laboratory

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I met Florencia Fridman at a weekly cacao ceremony at the Assemblage in New York. My life hasn’t been the same since I’ve introduced cacao ceremony into my life – this ancient plant medicine has been affecting how I share my truth, both on personal and business levels.

In this episode, we will talk about:
  • What is cacao ceremony
  • How cacao works on a physical level
  • Why cacao is the medicine of love and how it can impact your business
  • The three important questions that the Maya ask to help you manifest your purpose     
  • Where to buy ceremonial cacao
  • How to connect with the dream world
  • The importance of morning rituals
  • Connecting to your dreams and following through
  • Bringing ancient wisdom to the modern culture
  • How to translate divine guidance into actions and a successful business
  • The power of consistency
  • The biggest misconception about cacao
  • How cacao can support you in managing depression
  • Can you have too much cacao? (for those of you into ceremonial cacao, you get me!)
  • Why it’s best to not pair cacao with caffeine
  • The best superfoods to pair with cacao
  • The importance of honoring ancient traditions
  • What role social media plays in bringing ancient traditions into the modern world
Mentioned in this episode: Connect with Florencia Fridman: About Florencia Fridman:

Florencia is a natural-born healer and self-empowerment artist working with heart opening therapies involving holistic nutrition, Ceremonial Grade Cacao, yoga, sound journeys, and breath work as instruments for transformation; creating a safe vessel for self-exploration. She facilitates ceremonies in different cities within the US and Central/South America.

Her curiosity to learn more about her Mapuche roots and connection to the land brought her to the exploration of the sacred. Although her family is Mapuche, Florencia has found a strong calling to the Maya traditions and has felt a deep connection to the land of Guatemala, where she feels most at home.

She has worked with Maya elders from Guatemala, studied at Las Piramides Del Ka-- a metaphysics training that dives deep into the consciousness of dreams and meditation, has been working with rebirthing (a breathing modality) since the age of 8 with further training in her late teens, and received her yoga certification from Laughing Lotus in 2013.

In 2016, Florencia and her brother started a distribution company known as Cacao Lab to bridge the gap between the modern culture and the indigenous communities. Her mission is to expand the hearts and minds of those who are ready to wake up. Bringing consciousness to the importance of honoring the indigenous traditions and the indigenous communities living these traditions.

Connect with Woke & Wired:
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Aug 16 2018
50 mins
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Rank #3: 17: Decide You’re Going To Be Ok, Act Confident, and Keep Moving Forward – OKREAL Founder AMY FRASER

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Founder of OKREAL Amy Fraser is a dear friend and a powerhouse businesswoman committed to helping women find fulfillment through community and connection. The website OKREAL was love at first sight – it’s a brilliant and relatable curation of wisdom like no other. Back when Amy was in New York, we used to meet up for breakfast and have the most enlightening brainstorming sessions. This time around, we’re sharing our conversation with you.

In this episode, we talk about:
  • How Amy went from writing a website that no one but her mom read to creating a global content and events empire based on empowering women
  • How OKREAL didn’t make money for one year after launching and what Amy did to start monetizing it
  • The role that social media played in the success of OKREAL
  • The mindset that helped her build a successful business
  • How Amy built extremely successful series of events for women sponsored by brands like Everlane and Lou & Grey
  • What non-traditional marketing moves she used to grow OKREAL
  • Fulfillment over success
  • Where she found support when going through a divorce while pregnant and becoming a single mom
Resources: Connect with Amy Fraser: About OKREAL:

OKREAL is a curation of wisdom shared by aspirational women. Through online content and offline activations, we guide women in determining what their version of fulfillment looks like and how to create it. OKREAL is based in New York City and was founded by Amy Fraser in 2014. Amy Fraser is a communicator whose mission is to uplift women through community and connection. She founded OKREAL to provide a resource for a modern community of women who are striving to create their own path, and want authentic advice to help them do so.

Connect with Woke and Wired:
  1. If you enjoyed the podcast, please share it.
  2. Rate and review the show on iTunes. Your rating and review help more people discover it.
  3. Subscribe on iTunes. New episode drops every Thursday.

DM me on Instagram @wokeandwired and let me know your favorite takeaways and show requests.

Sep 06 2018
44 mins
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Rank #4: 52: Stop Worrying About What People Think & Surrender To Your Calling – ASHLEY WOOD of Manifest This!

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The host of Manifest This! podcast Ashley Wood first appeared on Woke & Wired in July 2018, when she shared her journey from a hustling food blogger to stepping into her calling as a spiritual leader. Since then, her podcast and business have massively taken off, and I'm excited to give you a behind-the-scenes look into what's happened in Ashley's life in the past year.

In this episode, we talk about:
  • How to stop worrying about what other people think
  • How everything shifts when you surrender to your divine calling
  • The experience of growing out of your physical space and honoring the desire to move, even if it makes no sense!
  • How to connect to your purpose
  • What are Akashic Records exactly?
  • How intuitive eating can help you develop your intuition
  • An energetic practice that helped her book high-profile guests on her podcast
  • How her business operates as a healer, teacher and a speaker, and what the revenue streams are
  • Why she consciously chose to not monetize her podcast, Manifest This!
  • What role her husband plays in her business
  • How many downloads her podcast has gotten in 1.5 years

See all show notes on wokeandwired.com

Resources: Connect with Ashley Wood:
Apr 25 2019
52 mins
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Rank #5: 23: DONNY EPSTEIN – Upgrade Your Human Technology and Raise Your Energy with EpiEnergetics

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What if there was a way to activate energetic systems inside and around your body that would immediately shift your state of consciousness, impacting both your personal life and your business? After spending a few days with Donny Epstein at Grace Retreat, I know that it’s possible.

Donny Epstein is the developer of Network Spinal Analysis, a unique mind-body chiropractic method that’s been studied at 11 universities and the founder of EpiEnergetics, a method that “uniquely applies energy and information consciously and ecologically to produce your personal or organizational extraordinary.” He’s worked with over a quarter million people around the globe, including CEOs, government leaders and celebrities.

Once I saw videos of Tony Robbins praising Donny, as well as the Skin Deep documentary about his work, I knew I was in for a massive life-expanding experience… and it truly was. Watch my vlog about the Grace Retreat on YouTube to get a glimpse into it.

Donny Epstein has been working with the human field of consciousness for decades and during the retreat, I got to sit down with him to talk about:
  • A modern approach to energy systems that’s been talked about in Eastern philosophies for thousands of years
  • What is EpiEnergetics?
  • What the different tiers of consciousness are
  • How to access pure awareness, which is a higher energy that elevates your vibration
  • How to raise your energy through thoughts and language
  • The power of claiming “energy-rich” over the energy of scarcity
  • Why Airbnb is a disruptor on an energetic and business levels
  • How EpiEnergetics principles apply to social media
  • How to access energy states in which you will make the biggest impact
  • The importance of instability to disrupt existing ways that don’t work
  • A different way of looking at a disease
Connect with Donny Epstein: Mentioned on this episode: Connect with Woke and Wired:
  1. If you enjoyed the podcast, please share it.
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Oct 11 2018
46 mins
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Rank #6: 03: How To Live A High Vibe Life In The Age Of Instagram, Being Sober Curious, Running A Business The Mystical Way - Ruby Warrington of The Numinous

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Meditation and Chanel. Ruby Warrington is a pioneer in bringing together these two worlds that have been separate for centuries. “Material Girl, Mystical World”, is her tagline and the name of her first book with Harper Collins. Her online magazine, The Numinous, the now age guide to a high vibe life, bridges the gap between the mystical and the mainstream and really is a reflection of a larger societal awakening. In this episode, we talk about:

  • How Ruby monetizes her online magazine
  • A major lesson she learned from launching products that didn’t sell
  • How to do business “The Numinous” way
  • How being “sober curious” helped her to be more emotionally connected
  • How to overcome anxiety over public speaking
  • How to choose which projects to pursue and put your energy into
  • The importance of bringing together different parts of your business under one umbrella brand
  • What role vulnerability plays in creating a successful brand
  • Is goal setting actually important for success?
  • White privilege in the wellness industry
  • How you’re feeling about yourself offline always gets reflected on social media
Jun 07 2018
52 mins
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Rank #7: 62: Social Media Q&A – Instagram Algorithm Changes, Pinterest, SEO, Do You Need A Blog in 2019

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Before going on a summer break, I’ve decided to record a much-requested Q&A episode where I answer some of the most commonly asked questions about social media. 

The questions answered and topics covered in this episode are: 

  1. “I just realized that Instagram algorithms changed and no one’s seeing my posts. It’s weird and I’m curious what’s going on!” - Sage
  2. “Do you have any experience using Pinterest to drive traffic to your website? Would love to hear anything you know about the platform.” - Elaine
  3. What drives the most traffic to my websites.
  4. Pinterest vs optimizing your website’s SEO.
  5. “Do you need an active website /blog to be successful?” - Kathleen
  6. A hack for optimizing your Instagram bio.
  7. The importance of diversifying your online presence.
  8. “Any social media synchronicities you’ve experienced?” - Bonnie

See all show notes and previous episodes on wokeandwired.com.

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Jul 04 2019
23 mins
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Rank #8: 20: ROBYN YOUKILIS – Intuitive Entrepreneurship and Building An Online Course Business (As A Mom!)

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Robyn Youkilis and I have been connected on Instagram for years. Then, we met IRL to lead a morning event together, and I really understood her depth, vulnerability and wisdom. Robyn has built a successful online marketing business based in empowering women to eat (and live) intuitively, with two best-selling books on the same topics.

See the video excerpt from this recording featuring Robyn Youkilis' morning routine on my YouTube channel

In this honest conversation, Robyn shares:
  • What her day-to-day looks like as an online marketing and wellness entrepreneur, author and a holistic health coach
  • Her morning rituals (adaptogenic matcha, meditation, power parfait and meal prep)
  • How she created the online marketing empire she has now
  • What kind of courses and training she went through before she started creating her own digital products
  • How she balances being an entrepreneur, mom and wife
  • How she decides which business opportunities to take on
  • Finding a supportive community as a mom entrepreneur
  • Her manifestation process when it comes to business
  • The power of launching things before you think you’re ready
  • How she overcame fears and doubts and put herself out
  • How she built her team
  • On feeling aligned in her career
  • What role intuition played in getting her first book deal
  • What role social media plays in her business daily
  • A different point of view on #sponsored posts
  • How she practices self-care
  • Intuitive eating tips
Mentioned in this episode:

Connect with Robyn Youkilis:

About Robyn Youkilis:

Robyn Youkilis is an AADP Certified Health Coach, author, speaker and leading expert in holistic digestive health. She is the Founder and CEO of the global health coaching practice, Your Healthiest You. For nearly a decade, Robyn has helped clients shed both physical and emotional weight through her straightforward yet supportive coaching style. She is the author of the best selling books, Go with Your Gut and Thin From Within - The Go with Your Gut Way to Lose Weight, and has been featured by The View, The Today Show, The Cooking Channel, The Wall Street Journal, Health, Mind Body Green, Well + Good, The Chalkboard Mag and more.

Robyn currently lives in New York City and Los Angeles with her husband and their daughter, Navy. She enjoys traveling, music festivals and eating dessert at fancy restaurants, one bite at a time.

To learn more about coaching with Robyn and to join the #YourHealthiestYou community visit www.RobynYoukilis.com

Connect with Woke and Wired:
  1. If you enjoyed the podcast, please share it.
  2. Rate and review the show on iTunes. Your rating and review help more people discover it.
  3. Subscribe on iTunes. New episode drops every Thursday.

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Sep 27 2018
1 hour 2 mins
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Rank #9: 44: How Fasting, Psychedelics & Social Media Can Make You Healthier – DR. MOLLY MALOOF

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Dr. Molly Maloof is a physician, a pioneer in digital health, and an entrepreneur committed to cultivating global wellness consciousness. We met during Reality Wellness leadership trip to Israel, and bonded over a self-love conversation during a long bus trip. Molly is innovative, bright and extremely knowledgeable. Enjoy this conversation! 

DISCLAIMER: The content of this episode may be triggering if you have a history of disordered eating. Fasting should be done under medical supervision, especially if you have suffered from this kind of affliction present or past. This podcast is for informational purposes only and not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician.

Some of the topics we cover in this episode are:
  • How Dr. Molly quit her job as a pediatrician, doubled her income and halved her hours in one trip to Burning Man
  • What role social media is playing modernization of medicine
  • Why health technology is going to take over health care
  • The upsides and downsides of fasting and keto diet, and the challenges it may raise for women
  • Her recipe for creating success and what meditation has to do with it (everything!)
  • The role that psychedelics played in her designing the successful career she has today
  • Her daily routines and rituals
  • Her manifestation process
  • The importance of focusing on what’s essential
  • How to not be a slave to your email inbox
  • How to build resilience through community
See all show notes on wokeandwired.com Connect with Dr. Molly Maloof: Connect with Woke & Wired:
  1. If you enjoyed the podcast, please share it.
  2. Subscribe, rate and review the show on iTunes. Your rating and review help more people discover it.
  3. Join the closed Woke & Wired Facebook group.

Tag me on Instagram @wokeandwired and let me know your favorite takeaways and show requests.

Feb 21 2019
56 mins
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Rank #10: 43: Trust Your Intuition – NATALIE MILES

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Spiritual mentor and psychic medium Natalie Miles is the real deal. Everything she’s shared with me so far has come true, and her podcast “So You Think You’re Intuitive” has been my go-to for connecting to my own intuition. She makes intuition relatable, and shares real examples from her own life, delivering very important work in an accessible way.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • How to heighten your intuition
  • A practical exercise on connecting to your intuition when you need to make a specific choice
  • Intuition and business
  • How Natalie transitioned from film industry into being a full time psychic and what it took
  • How to know it’s time to leave your full-time job
  • What to do if your partner isn’t supportive of your work
  • How to set boundaries with social media and specifically Instagram

See all show notes on wokeandwired.com.

Connect with Natalie Miles:

 

Connect with Woke & Wired:
  1. If you enjoyed the podcast, please share it.
  2. Subscribe, rate and review the show on iTunes. Your rating and review help more people discover it.
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Feb 14 2019
1 hour
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Rank #11: 60: It’s Not Business, It’s A Spiritual Journey – SUZY BATIZ, Founder of A $500+ Million Empire (Poo~Pourri and Supernatural)

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10 years ago Suzy Batiz thought she was on her path to becoming a shaman, but life had other plans. As of 2019, Suzy is on the Forbes’ Richest Self-Made Women in America 2019 list.

Having experienced some of life’s lowest lows — poverty, sexual and domestic abuse, depression, two bankruptcies and a suicide attempt, today Batiz is transforming what it means to be alive by pushing the limits of what we think is possible. She does so through her businesses Poo~Pourri and Supernatural, as well as through her social media presence, public speaking, and an upcoming course.

I met Suzy through her mentee Amy Jo Martin (and had the honor of staying at Suzy’s Dallas house mentioned here), who in turn has mentored me through the Renegade Brand Bootcamp.

See all show notes on wokeandwired.com.

In this conversation, we discuss:

  • Why it’s important to merge spiritual and business worlds
  • Why “resonance” is the most important principle when choosing business ideas to pursue
  • What Suzy loves about social media
  • Her approach to creating a personal brand
  • Suzy’s process for creating a businessWhat had to happen on an energetic level for Suzy to land on the Forbes’ Richest Self-Made Women in America 2019 list
  • Her take on Ayauhaska
  • What makes Suzy a “scroll stopper”
  • Why she’s not selfish with her ideas

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Jun 20 2019
51 mins
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Rank #12: 29: Where You Are Is Where You're Meant To Be – Slow Down To Step Into Your (Witchy) Intuitive Power with Nutritionist Turned Psychic CHLOE ELGAR

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Intuitive healer Chloe Elgar started her business journey as a holistic nutritionist and was quite successful at it. She had a history of severe eating disorders herself, which made her very good at helping others find peace with food. The problem was, somewhere deep inside she knew that it wasn’t fully aligned with who she was. It wasn’t until she was hit by a car that she responded to the wake-up call to slow down, listen to her intuition and pivot her business to being an intuitive guide, a superpower she was connected to since she was a child.

In this episode, we discuss:
  • Using psychology and holistic nutrition to heal your relationship with your body
  • How Chloe was visited by spirits as a child
  • Running a successful holistic nutrition and finding the courage to admit that it wasn’t aligned
  • The important power of rest
  • Pivoting her brand and social media presence from food to being a psychic guide
  • Tools you can start developing now to connect to your intuition
  • How the emotions you’re experiencing are an indicator of your alignment
  • Fear VS not being in alignment
  • Her experience going to Elizabeth Gilbert and Cheryl Strayed’s writing retreat
  • What she learned from podcasting
  • How she started her blog Chloe's Countertop overnight
  • How to set boundaries with social media
  • Chloe’s relationship with money
  • Redefining “witchy”
Connect with Chloe Elgar: Mentioned in this episode: Connect with Woke and Wired:
  1. If you enjoyed the podcast, please share it.
  2. Rate and review the show on iTunes. Your rating and review help more people discover it.
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Nov 22 2018
1 hour 9 mins
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Rank #13: 35: How SAHARA ROSE Used Mindset + Alignment + Social Media To Build A Thriving Online Business and A Top Spirituality Podcast

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I met Sahara Rose on Instagram (of course!) many years ago. What we had in common was food blogging – that's how both of us started our online businesses. Since then, Sahara has transitioned from being a raw vegan blogger to being one of the top Ayurvedic authors and a successful entrepreneur that guides people to pave their path to freedom, joy and purpose through her online programs. In this episode, Sahara Rose shares her story of overcoming challenges to get to where she is today. We discuss:

  • How she went from being a raw vegan blogger to healing her body with Ayurveda
  • How that led her to following the calling to modernize Ayurveda
  • How she powerfully chose the path of Ayurveda over law school
  • How to connect to your inner voice
  • The real money talk behind building her Ayurvedic content and online courses empire
  • How she published a book with Penguin Random House
  • Why she recommends self-publishing to anyone thinking of writing a book
  • How she started creating passive income and wealth by giving up one-on-one health coaching sessions to launch online courses
  • The most simple way to launch an online program with no experience
  • How Sahara Rose pivoted her social media account from food to lifestyle (from @eatfeelfresh to @iamsahararose)
  • The benefit of having your main instagram account under your real name
  • How she grew her Instagram by almost 100K followers in a year
  • Seeing Instagram as a sacred space
  • How to set boundaries with social media and not get too energetically involved with it
  • How to protect your energy on social media
  • Entrepreneurship from an Ayurvedic lens 

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Connect with Woke & Wired:

  1. If you enjoyed the podcast, please share it.
  2. Rate and review the show on iTunes. Your rating and review help more people discover it.
  3. Subscribe on iTunes.

See more episodes and show notes on wokeandwired.com

DM me on Instagram @wokeandwired and let me know your favorite takeaways and show requests.

Jan 03 2019
1 hour 12 mins
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Rank #14: 41: Developing Self-Trust and Confidence, The Metaphysical Way – TRENT RHODES

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I met Trent Rhodes at a cacao ceremony at the Assemblage, and after a few short conversations about writing, creativity and metaphysics, I knew I had to bring him on as a guest on the podcast. Trent is a Career Development Consultant, Literary Artist and a Metaphysician committed to empowering people to manifest ancient wisdom into the contemporary world. He’s an educator and the author of the 5 star-rated book Survive and Thrive Handbook For College Students.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • How your thoughts impact your body, mind and what you manifest
  • How to use imagination to create a powerful self-image
  • Emotional mastery
  • Developing self-confidence and self-worth as an entrepreneur
  • How to solve problems creatively from a vibrational standpoint
  • Why marketing is a metaphysical practice
  • Balancing a daytime job with an empowerment consulting business
  • Practical visualization and breathwork exercises for entrepreneurs
  • Being intentional about the vibration you put out there when you share your work online
  • How to develop business intuition

See all show notes on wokeandwired.com.

Jan 31 2019
1 hour 7 mins
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Rank #15: 33: MEAGAN MOON and EVAN ROCK – Be The Alchemist Of Your Reality! Off-Grid Living In Hawaii, How To Build A Business On YouTube, Plant Medicine

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Evan Rock left a high-power real estate job in LA to live off-grid in Hawaii, while sharing his inner journey through it all on YouTube. His wife Megan Moon left a job at one of NYC’s hottest organic meal delivery companies to join Evan in Hawaii, and now they’re building a family business using YouTube and Instagram. Moon and Rock share a holistic world of inner and outer alchemy through online content and products, offering their 58K+ YouTube subscribers a glimpse into their jungle living – not just the pretty moments, but also the dark and difficult moments of being human that lead to growth and transcendence.

I had the pleasure of meeting Meagan many moons ago in New York, and then visiting Evan in Hawaii, and following their journey has expanded my vision of what’s possible. I hope this conversation moves you as much as it moved me!

In this episode, we discuss:
  • How Evan Rock and Meagan Moon met thanks to YouTube
  • How the Moon and Rock business started
  • Evan and Meagan’s Morning rituals that makes a world of a difference
  • How Evan went from being a high-powered real estate executive in Los Angeles to living off-grid and diving into philosophy and meditation and sharing it all on YouTube
  • How YouTube helped Evan write a book
  • What Evan did to build two successful YouTube channels
  • The sacrifices it takes to be in a relationship
  • How to be in an expansive partnership
  • How Meagan took over Evan’s YouTube channel and grew it from 20K to 50K after being a private person with no social media presence
  • What stopped Meagan from sharing on social media for many years, and how she broke her limiting beliefs by posting 30 videos in 30 days
  • The biggest mistake many people make on social media
  • Using the dark moments as your tool to grow and transcend
  • Why comparison isn’t necessarily a bad thing
  • Meagan’s social media strategy on Instagram and YouTube
  • Practical YouTube growth tips
  • How they work as a team on the production of their YouTube content to build their family business
  • What’s next for Moon and Rock
  • Meagan’s take on sponsored posts
  • How they set boundaries with social media

See all show notes on wokeandwired.com

Connect with Meagan Moon and Evan Rock: Connect with Woke and Wired:
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Dec 20 2018
1 hour 27 mins
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Rank #16: 24: ALEXANDRA ROXO – A Rule-Breaking, Tantric Approach To Entrepreneurship and Instagram Growth

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I met film director turned transformational healer Alexandra Roxo through Ruby Warrington, the guest on episode 3 of Woke and Wired podcast (they’re the co-founders of the Moon Club). As soon as I saw her, I knew that I was meant to connect deeper with this fiery, sensual, deeply present woman. I have run into Alexandra several times at the Assemblage, where we recently did a sacred cacao ceremony together. Her vulnerability and artistic way of expressing her truth and her teachings are potent and refreshing, and I’m very excited to share them with you.

In this conversation, we talk about:

  • How Alexandra went from austere yogic practice to ecstasy
  • The interconnection between sex, money and creativity
  • Alexandra’s manifestation process
  • A key element in manifestation that’s often overlooked
  • Embracing your feminine fire
  • One exercise you can do to create more power in your sacral chakra, the center of creativity where the divine life force enters the body
  • How an ayahuasca ceremony led her to pivot from a career as a director to bring a spiritual coach
  • What actions she took to turn her coaching into a successful business
  • Behind the scenes of her powerful and acclaimed online presence
  • How sharing her heart on Instagram daily has created her business with no email list or funnels
  • Energetic practices that will help you raise your rates and feel confident about receiving money
  • The tantric way of looking at social media and online entrepreneurship
  • The importance of letting yourself take baby steps in your personal growth
  • Why it’s important to have a coach

Connect with Alexandra Roxo:

@alexandraroxo

alexandraroxo.com

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Coach that Alexandra worked with – David, thebusinessmonk.com

About Alexandra Roxo:

Alexandra Roxo is a transformational mentor, healer, writer, and artist who is extremely passionate about empowering women.  Her writing on personal growth and female empowerment, the divine feminine resurgence, moon ritual, and modern spirituality can be read on Girl Boss.com. Teen Vogue, Mind Body Green, and more. She has been featured in many publications for her deep, sensual, and raw approach to healing and transformation, and has also been named a "modern spiritual leader" by Well + Good.  

She was called to find a way to share her spiritual work with women in places in the world where there is less access to workshops and classes and retreats so together with Ruby Warrington she created the online community Moon Club, which consists of hundreds of women worldwide who attend monthly online rituals, empowerment talks, and are guided by in journey and breathwork practices.

Alexandra has been called to help women find their voices, release limiting beliefs imposed by society, and come home to their true nature for as long as she can remember.  She currently works with clients one on one and in groups, empowering and guiding them on their spiritual paths, leading events and retreats across the world, and writing daily empowering messages online. She has helped and inspired thousands of women to radically claim themselves and lead more passionate and conscious lives and it brings her great joy!

Prior to that she directed documentaries, a web show, and a feature film, wrote plays and created art along the same topics of what it means to be modern woman and what spiritual awakening feels like,  which have been viewed by millions of people and featured in international press.

Her first spiritual mentorship began when she met her first teacher at age 12 whom she studied with annually until his passing in 2015.  She began studying yoga and meditation at age 19 when she lived and studied with monastics abroad. Through her studies at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts where she earned a BFA she learned how to use theatre, embodiment work, breath work, movement, and storytelling for healing and personal transformation. She went on to study shamanic journey practice, sacred intimacy work, Earth based spiritual pratice, Reiki, and plant medicine ceremonial traditions with many teachers around the world. Her 15 years of meditation practice and moon ritual is what inspired her to create Moon Club as a place to gather for deep sharing and deep practice relating to the internal spiritual journey.

Her current studies include Vajrayana Tantric Buddhist practices with the renowned teacher and author, Lama Tsultrim Allione, and Kashmiri Shaivist Tantra practice with author and teacher, Sally Kempton, and alternative mental healthcare training.

She is working on her first book with the publisher Sounds True, out in early 2020 and will be leading retreats in 2019 at 1440 Multiversity, Kripalu Center, and Maha Rose Mexico and enjoying life between NYC and LA!

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Oct 18 2018
1 hour 4 mins
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Rank #17: 25: LAUREN TOYOTA – How To Get 100K Subscribers On YouTube In Less Than 1 Year (Alignment Over Strategy, LoA, Meditation, Boundaries, Crystals)

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As soon as I came across Lauren Toyota’s YouTube channel and saw her video on manifestation from 2015, I knew I had to have her on Woke and Wired. I’m super excited to be creating more videos lately, and it was so special to connect with someone who is also into the world of vlogging and mindset/consciousness at the same time. In this super fun interview, TV personality, media star and best selling author of “Vegan Comfort Classics” Lauren Toyota and I talk about:

  • Lauren’s journey from traditional to YouTube (which she was at first resistant to!)
  • How being clear with the Universe on what she wants helped her grow her YouTube channel to 100K subscribers in 1 year
  • Food as a way to express your creativity
  • Manifesting your dream job and growing out of it
  • Lessons Lauren has learned from running a massive YouTube food platform
  • The one practice that helped her make more money on her online business
  • Her manifestation process
  • What role intuition has played in her building a huge online platform and an online business
  • A daily ritual that helps Lauren develop deeper alignment and stronger intuition
  • How to grow your team as an online entrepreneur
  • How to deal with overwhelm
  • Embracing change as a vlogger
  • How to serve your social media community while taking care of yourself first
  • Creating boundaries with social media and her experience sharing her relationship on YouTube
  • How she works with crystals

Connect with Lauren:

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Oct 25 2018
1 hour 24 mins
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Rank #18: 12: Demystifying Mushrooms and Alchemy, Passion Sourced Entrepreneurship, Expanded Consciousness – JASON SCOTT

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A few months ago, mushrooms started talking to me by unexpectedly growing in a houseplant pot next to my bed. Synchronistically, that week I found myself at Jason Scott’s mushroom workshop at Ambrosia Elixirs in Bushwick, Brooklyn. My life hasn’t been the same since.

Whether you have an interest in mushrooms or not, I’m sure you will enjoy this rich, mind-expanding conversation that covers:

  • The benefits of ingesting mushrooms on physical and spiritual levels
  • Shamanic and ceremonial application of mushrooms
  • Cultivation of mushrooms
  • What spagyric tinctures are
  • How to buy mushrooms and what you have to be careful about
  • The top mushroom that can benefit entrepreneurs (this is where biohacking comes in)
  • The power of intention when ingesting mushrooms
  • What is alchemy anyway?
  • What mushrooms have to do with planets and moon cycles, and how it can impact you
  • The challenges of turning your passion into a business, and how Jason overcame them
  • Lessons he has learned from being a myco-entrepreneur
  • The role that technology and social media play in his business
  • Connecting with mushrooms as a way to heal ourselves and our environment
Mentioned in this episode: Connect with Jason Scott: About Jason Scott:

Jason Scott is a Mycologist, Ethnobotanist and Spagyricist who has studied traditional Hermetic Alchemy, from history and philosophy to practice, for the past 5 years. He has a background in Ethnobotany and Plant Medicine that started on the Big Island of Hawaii and has carried back with him into his home: the Pacific Northwest.

Born and raised in Oregon, Jason has an intrinsic interest in the Fungal Queendom and all of its aspects: from cultivation and mycoremediation, to historical and cultural relationships. Most specifically their medicinal application. Jason has studied various different healing modalities including Ayurveda in Nepal and Western Herbalism all over Oregon and Washington. He is on an ever-deepening journey of education to understand the practical applications of his interests, and the golden threads that connect them. Jason is the founder of Feral Fungi dual extract spagyric tincture company.

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Aug 02 2018
1 hour 6 mins
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Rank #19: 61: Social Media Energy Hygiene — 5 Practices That Work

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Energetic transmissions through social media are real. It’s natural that scrolling on Instagram makes you feel all sorts of feelings. You may be picking up on the energy of someone you’re following. Or maybe you have experienced getting aware of emotions within yourself that previously went unacknowledged. It’s especially true when the world or communities around you are going through major social, political and economic events.

When it comes to energy exchange, social media is no different from the physical realm. Seeing a single Instagram post might leave you feeling moved and inspired, or completely wrecked.

I discovered the concept of “Energy Hygiene” through a podcast on shamanism years ago, while taking my daily walk through Central Park to my then full-time job. 

Energy hygiene is all about taking charge of your energy and having the tools keep your energetic field (including conscious and subconscious feelings and emotions) clear and centered.

In this episode, I share the 5 tools and practices that have personally helped me keep my energy protected and clear, no matter how noisy and charged my social media feed gets.

I’m sharing these with you with the intention of supporting you in using social media as a tool to help you connect and grow. This is the foundation of using social media as a manifestation tool.

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Jun 27 2019
17 mins
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Rank #20: 07: Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone, Own Your Decisions, And Why You Don’t Have To Have It All Figured Out - Instagram Influencer JERA BEAN

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Jera Foster-Fell a.k.a. Jera Bean is on a mission to empower women to get out of their comfort zones and not take life too seriously. She is one of the most real, humble people I’ve met who truly leads by example.

In this vulnerable conversation, Jera shares:  
  • Her journey of being burned out at her graphic design job and becoming an Instagram influencer
  • How sharing her Kayla Itsines BBG guide made her originally fitness account from zero to 15K followers in 3 months
  • How she has built a successful influencer business without a strategy or a business plan
  • Why you don’t have to have it all figured out to share your experience with people
  • Her transformative path of becoming a SoulCycle instructor with no background in fitness and fear of public speaking
  • The power of owning your decisions – even the really hard ones, like leaving her SoulCycle job
  • The biggest business fear she has faced so far
  • Her advice for anyone starting an online brand
  • The biggest mistake that brands make when reaching out to influencers
  • How to know your worth
  • What’s next for @jera.bean

You can also watch this episode on YouTube! 

Mentioned in this episode: Connect with Jera: About Jera Foster-Fell:

Jera Foster-Fell was born and raised in NYC, studied Fine Art at USC, and worked as a graphic designer in LA, Boston, and New York in what she likes to call her ‘former life’.

After working at several terrible jobs, ending a long-term relationship, and struggling with social anxiety, she hit an all-time low. But in 2015, everything changed. She found a new passion for life through the combination of exercise and social media. Over the last three years, Jera has grown her lifestyle account to close to 200,000 followers, became an Adidas ambassador, pursued her dream of becoming a SoulCycle instructor, all while openly sharing both her triumphs and failures along the way. Covering topics from mental health to beauty and style, Jera’s goal is to empower women to get out of their comfort zones and to build confidence in themselves along the way.

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Jul 05 2018
39 mins
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