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Action takers, change makers and entrepreneurs on a mission to make a difference share how they’re creating a soul centred, passion driven life and business on their terms.

An interview based podcast focusing on the journey of each of my guests. Sometimes hitting ‘rock bottom’ is the start of a whole new life, career and way of thinking.

Many of my guests have experienced difficult childhoods or relationships, loss, PTSD, illness, depression, poverty, hard times, alcohol abuse, drug dependency, trauma or simply a sense of feeling lost or stuck without direction.

It doesn’t matter how humble or difficult a place you’re in right now, how unprepared or lacking in support you feel. If you have a dream....a passion to start something or change something and make a difference to your life and others .....and you’re ready to be inspired... this podcast is for you.

Diana x

Sep 28, 2018

Kenya Sheat describes herself a natural born writer and her love of writing was the turning point and therapy she needed to recover her emotional strength when she suffered a breakdown following the death of her much loved Grandma and 2 close friends.

It was at the 'rock bottom' moment that Kenya followed the advice of her therapist and turned to her journal.  She began recording her thoughts and feelings and this kept her focused on the things she was grateful for and allowed her to express her emotions in a way that made sense to her. 

Kenya says "Writing is how I've been able to handle a lot of things and then reading it back to myself. It helps me to understand exactly what I'm going through. Its one thing to be going through something and people can see what your going through from the outside but by writing it down I'm taking my inside and turning it to the outside. I'm flipping the inside out so I can visually see and better understand." She learned the power of seeing her feelings on the page in front of her and the sense of peace and understanding that came from"

When she finished her degree studies Kenya joined corporate America and prepared for the long hours and commitment needed to be successful. But she had a dream to start her own business and took a leap of faith, left her corporate job and started on her entrepreneurial journey.  It was tough and for a while she was homeless and living in a shelter in New York City.  But she know she wasn't meant to stay there and looks back on that time as a necessary part of her journey towards creating her own business but also to understanding herself.