Archive | November 2019

DOZ Show Episode 108 – Theresa Bodnar

Lieutenant Colonel Theresa Bodnar is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a not only an officer in the United States Army, she is also a certified Army Master Resilience Trainer (MRT), a Positive Psychology Practitioner, Eating Psychology Educator, Author, and aspiring Motivational Speaker. Since obtaining her Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology, Theresa has been able to create a combination of poetry, positive psychology, and eating psychology tools that she wished she knew when she was younger. These tools and ways of thinking have helped her work through depression, body image, and addiction issues. Her book: Get UPP! Understanding Positive Psychology has been described as a fun way to explore positive psychology concepts and stay motivated. Theresa was first introduced to the field of positive psychology in the Army and decided to obtain her Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology (CAPP) program through the Flourishing Center. The ideas were revolutionary to her and have without doubt transformed her life.  Listen as Theresa shares with us her life as a military woman and how it has helped her discover herself and prepare for a new life as a speaker and writer. Be inspired for self-discovery.

DOZ Show Episode 107 – Cheryl McAnda

Cheryl McAnda is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a gospel singer, business owner, and mum to three beautiful children. Years of verbal and physical abuse in her marriage and the impact of her divorce brought her to a point where she lost her self-esteem and confidence, felt worthless and suffered an immense inferiority complex. She believed she was ugly and could do nothing right. It took years to finally realise she was worthy and precious in the sight of God. Her turning point came when she started singing in church, and people applauded her and paid her compliments. Because of her experience, Cheryl is passionate about helping people, especially women and children who have suffered abuse. Her love and passion for people have caused her to continually receive requests from those who are challenged and require a listening ear or words of wisdom. She says; I can relate to most of the pain and abuse because I have been there. She is a phenomenal woman who is reaching back to help others get through their seasons of adversity. In this interview, Cheryl shares her inspiring journey; how she went from a broken home, created by racial segregation in apartheid South Africa, to a broken marriage, and has turned her pain to purpose and found a new zeal for life. Listen to Cheryl and be inspired for something new!

DOZ Show Episode 106 – Terri Cann

Terri Cann is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a gospel recording artist, fashion designer and stylist, writer, actress, teacher, wife and mother. Her music journey began at the age of eleven, when she prayed and asked God for a voice that would bring glory to His name. Since then, she has wasted no time doing just that with upbeat tracks and soothing melodies that inspire and touch the hearts of saved and unsaved alike. She is a formal vocal music teacher who has now pursued entrepreneurship with her own company, “The Arts Empowerment Group,” which outsources teaching artists to schools that lack arts programming. In this interview, she shares the journey of pursuing her purpose, the breaks created by marriage and motherhood and how she has learnt to balance purpose, marriage and motherhood. Listen to Terri and be inspired to live your dreams. As she says, if you’re walking around unfulfilled, what are your children gleaning from that?

DOZ Show Episode 105 – Aity Dennis

Aity Dennis is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a minister of the gospel and an internationally recognised gospel singer and songwriter. In this interview, Aity shares with us her journey to motherhood. She waited more than twenty years to have the children God promised her. Her first child was born 21 years after marriage, and her twins (a boy and a girl) arrived in the 25th year of her marriage and four years after her periods stopped. While seeking medical intervention for conception, she encountered medical negligence, which led to complications and her “demise.” Yes, she died, went to heaven, watched the heavenly choir sing, and then returned to her body because God was determined to give her children, and not even menopause would stop that. Listen, as Aity shares her intriguing journey to motherhood, which was filled with many obstacles and anguish. Be inspired for a miracle!