Masterclass: How Cannabis is Helping Women Feel Better and Live Better // I Have Today Podcast

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“Cannabis is an alternative without the side-effects of sleep medicine and painkillers, and it’s something available to help women so they can help their families.” Michelle Patterson (6:37 – 6:52) Lauded business and community accelerator, Michelle Patterson is the Chief Experience Officer at MyJane. MyJane is a membership community delivering curated cannabis educations and experiences […]

EP27: How To Not Take Things So Personally // I Have Today Podcast

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Greg Friedman is a modern version of a timeless role that transcends each culture, a spiritual guide and mentor. He builds bridges and clears paths, in part, by taking the ancient wisdom of indigenous cultures and making it applicable to everyday life. Greg works with clients one-on-one, in workshops, as a couples’ referee and translator, […]

EP26: Understanding The Key To LIFE // I Have Today Podcast

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“We have access to everything that we want within ourselves if we know how to ask the right questions.” – Diane Forster (11:10 – 11:20) Jim Phillips is the author of the book The Key to LIFE: Living In Full Expression. He is a highly respected business leader, entrepreneur, spiritual life coach, inspirational speaker, and […]

Ep 25: Why Giving Up Is Never An Option // I have Today Podcast

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“We are born miracles, and we’re here for a reason. Each one of us has a defined purpose that’s unique, special, and different than everyone else’s.” – Diane Forster (3:28 – 3:43) How to persevere when you feel like you can’t keep going. We all get overwhelmed from time to time and feel tempted to […]

EP24: How Your Words Affect Your Life // I Have Today Podcast

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“Think about what you want, and then smile in awe and joy as it shows up in your life.” – Diane Forster (13:07) Learn how to reach your goals by speaking them into existence. Most of us often speak without thinking. This is usually because we’ve been conditioned to believe that our words don’t have […]