Extraordinary people, passionate advocates of positive thought, speak to the strength of our diversity. Many thought leaders you meet for the first time, while others are universally recognized: Deepak Chopra, Brian Tracy, Joe Vitale, Denis Waitley ~ and more ~ along with an interview with the late Maya Angelou, all bear the same message in one form or another ~ to give your life joy, meaning, and purpose, focus on the goodness in your life, to create more of it.
What if being you is not about finding you, but about continuously creating you, in every ten seconds? What if nothing about you is set, defined or decided? What if you truly being you, is the very greatest adventure you will ever go on?
This beautiful compilation book is written by a group of men and women of all ages, and from all over the world – the Being You Facilitators. They share their own stories that show what being you can be like in different areas of life: childbirth, death, at work, with your body, your lover, your kids and everything in between.
Shines a Light on the Superpower Feminine Spirit in Action!
Oprah Winfrey, Melinda Gates, and 50 Women of Distinction Share Their Success Stories, and in their Inspiring Optimism, and in their Inspiring Optimism and Passion to Moving Forward, Speak to All of Us – to Take Charge of Our Own Destiny and Live Our Dreams.
As the CEO and Founder of Belapemo,she has inspired and empowered thousands of individuals including Fortune 500 executives, government agencies, athletes, veterans and more with her 30 years experience in operational excellence.
What is it to be the leader of your life ? What 3 steps can you take today to be the leader of your life? Make you a priority Nurture your body Cultivate Financial Wellness
Today’s guest is Laleh Hancock who is a leadership and entrepreneurial coach, professional services consultant, personal wellness mentor, and founder and CEO of Belapemo.
What’s the saying? When you love what you do, you never work a day in your life? Laleh Hancock has spent her life helping others find joy in their work and life. She is a leadership and entrepreneurial coach who has spent the last 30 years inspiring others.
Laleh’s early life was rife with change. Her family abruptly moved from Iran to avoid being caught up in a war. This was one of the first times she evaluated how to approach the world. Rather than spending her time hiding away from the world, afraid to get involved, she jumped in and lived her new life.
She credits her ability to handle and thrive in change for some of her entrepreneurial success. If you can flip your mindset and turn problems into promises, then success will come. It all starts with having a mind for leadership and positivity.
Listen as Laleh shares her thoughts on being featured in multiple books on leadership, why her work is so important to her, and how examining your mindset is the...
When Laleh Hancock was 7 years old, she, her mother and her two sisters fled from Iran to France in less than 24 hours after the revolution began. Since, Laleh has become a master at turning problems into possibilities.
In this episode we get to hear her take on the current worldwide pandemic, how to keep sane under quarantine, the outlook for the monetary system, maintaining healthy relationships and creating wellness in your business.
Today’s episode is with Laleh Hancock. Laleh is an inspirational speaker, writer, leadership and entrepreneurial coach, professional services consultant, personal wellness mentor, and founder and CEO of global professional services company, Belapemo. and the Wellness Organization, Global Wellness For All.
Laleh boasts 30 years’ experience in operational excellence, change management and business consulting, and has inspired and empowered thousands of individuals including Fortune 500 executives, government agencies, non-profit organizations, athletes and veterans.
A highly respected executive and leadership coach and consultant, Laleh has a particular interest in supporting and encouraging the leadership capabilities of women – in business, in the workplace, at home and in the wider community.
She is featured alongside luminaries such as Oprah Winfrey, Melinda Gates, and Ginni Rometty in the 2019 publication, America’s Leading Ladies: Stories...
Jelena Vuksanovic aka Andromeda.
She has worked as a writer, theatre practitioner and facilitator, artistic manager, and screenwriter.
Her first film, “Panama”, that she worked on as a co-screenwriter, premiered on the Cannes Film Festival in 2015. Her latest productions were writing the libretto for the opera “Light Blue Day” for competition Berlin Opernpreis, contemporary opera “In…Se.. dawning”, which premiered in Bali and working as a dramaturg on the “Gravida” dance project exploring pregnancy and motherhood in UK.
“I’m obsessed with researching the presence in the performing arts. How does creativity transforms and develops the experience of life? The fluidity of the movement, the meditation, the reflection, the sound, the people, the interactions, sharing. Researching the “invisibilities” and incorporating them into art forms. I am creating experiences through different art...