Beth Hall is the founder of Architect Your Life, a high performance coaching firm based in Vancouver. She is ob-sess-sed with understanding the human mind and untangling what it really means to be human. Her clients are leaders in high growth companies, creatives, and everyday people, convinced that they are meant to leave a positive mark on the world. They are driven and looking for meaning in all aspects of life: relationships, business, as well as physical, mental, and spiritual health.

On top of one-to-one and corporate work, Beth also leads workshops on a variety of life and career related topics. She helps people uncover who they really are, how to stand in their truth, open up to possibility, and tap into an inner knowing and resourcefulness some never knew they had. She does this with laser-like precision and a huge, deeply compassionate heart.

As well as being a registered counsellor, Beth brings a breadth of experience from business and startups, positive psychology, human physiology, creative arts, mindfulness, and spirituality. How each of these modalities is folded into sessions is tailored to the challenges presented by the client.

Lucca and Rebecca explore what makes Beth tick and why. It’s a coach-extravaganza, peeking under the hoods of why coaching works, why we are drawn to it, and where it is useful.

 

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Just past the epic cusp of #metoo, Lucca and Rebecca explore the experience of witnessing the turning of the tide within society. Sharing personal stories and reflecting on what actions individually and collectively we can contribute to creating positive and lasting change, Lucca and Rebecca witness each other in their processing. They create and hold a vision of what might be possible, now, when rape culture is abandoned and healthier relating between men and women is more standard.

 

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Eric Bowers has a passion for helping people build successful relationships with themselves and with others. As a workshop facilitator, relationship coach and the author of Meet Me In Hard-to-Love Places: The Heart and Science of Relationship Success, Eric brings together the theories and tools of Nonviolent Communication, Attachment Theory, Interpersonal Neurobiology, and Shadow Work.

Eric is also the singer and songwriter for The Next Small Thing. He can be found playing the didgeridoo and drums for ecstatic dance events or singing his heart out at his Inquiry In Concert events, which involve audience members exploring in dyads what it means to be human between Eric’s performing of his songs. Many of his songs are about the challenges, transformations, and beauty that come from meeting himself and others in the hard-to-love places. Dance, rites of passage, permaculture farming, and community building are some of the other ingredients in Eric’s ongoing experiment in coming alive.

Lucca and Rebecca explore how Eric came to focus on relationship theory, how his collaborative home(farm)space impacts his outlook and engagement in life and work, and where he’s heading next!

 

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Benny is an event planner based in Vancouver with a passion for bringing people together. As the proud owner of Etienne Events, she constantly strives to connect people and to help build strong communities. She loves Vancouver and all the cultures and individual experiences it convenes into one place.

Lucca and Rebecca explore with Benny how she got into event planning, what her vision is for workplaces that wish to retain and engage their millennial workforce, her connection to Haiti, and more!

 

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Audra creates greeting cards that cut through the bullsh*t and make people laugh their guts out.

Audra Ricketts left her hometown Victoria, B.C. in 1995, making the epic 1 hour and 35 minute ferry journey over to Vancouver to tackle the world.

Like many young people, she didn’t know what to do with her life but landed a job in the thriving film industry washing dishes in a catering truck. Sam Elliot kissed her on the lips.

Interested in art and dance since childhood, she got into art school somehow with the aid of her portfolio: one unfinished painting and an old sketch book.

Audra spent the next few years studying art at Emily Carr University of Art and Design and continued her education studying acting and has since been type cast as a lesbian.

Struggling in the film and art industries, she did what any artist might do: sat in her basement drinking wine, drawing rabbit heads and writing out her cynical, angst filled thoughts.

Thus the birth of RabbitRabbit Greeting Cards!

Lucca and Rebecca are huge fans of Audra’s work, and are thrilled to get her in the hotseat at the studio to probe the inner and outer depths of what makes Audra tick. But there’s no laughing in this episode. None. No fun here. Don’t listen if you want fun.

 

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Tada’s passion is helping social justice communities cultivate allyships founded in the principles of healthy relating: mutual nourishment, emotional self-responsibility, and wholehearted consent.

Their approach is founded on two core understandings:
1. The true face of oppression, from patriarchy to colonialism is energetic dis-ease that affects our embodied self-concept, which in turn express itself as a systemic issue. True healing of social trauma requires us to work on the level of the body. And, 2. Oppressive dynamics such as sexism and racism cause unnecessary suffering and violence by acting as amplifiers for repressed emotions from childhood and ancestral trauma.

Tada believes this is why truly transformative social justice work must be based in nurturance. Lucca and Rebecca explore what this looks like in their new course “Authentic Allyship Coaching”, and why Tada calls his body of work “The Selfish Activist.”

 

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Belva has worked with children the majority of her adult life. She was a private nanny for 12 years and is now entering into her 7th year as a preschool teacher. This fall has found her opening up her own outdoor early learning program in East Vancouver for children aged 2.5-6 yrs. Her passion for the outdoors is able to combine with her passion and belief in children with her new program and company, Muddy Boot Prints.

Lucca and Rebecca get their feet wet with Belva as they explore what drives Belva and what she’s seeking to create with and for the children she works with.

 

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Michael has been a serial entrepreneur since the age of 22, starting with design and sales and then moving on to building an internationally-renowned ceramic tile business, Benaya Art Ceramics, that grossed 2.4 million in annual sales. His last venture was Tea Sparrow, North America’s first monthly tea subscription company, featuring organic teas of all varieties. Since starting a family of his own with his wife and two young daughters, Michael realized he needed to find an affordable way to feed them organic and natural quality foods. He believes he’s found it and is looking forward to starting his newest project, Community Grocer, which is close to his heart.

Listen in as Lucca and Rebecca explore Michael’s expansive experience with business creation, and learn how and why he chooses his projects!

 

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Maria’s main offering to the world right now is authenticity. To live with integrity allows us to release that which may preventing us from fully being our best. Move with ease….move from your core. Restorative. Rebalance. Rehydrate.

Lucca and Rebecca discover what sacral therapy is, how Maria was led to it through her rich and vibrant upbringing and history in science and first nations traditions, and what Maria is creating next!

 

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