Oreme Brenda Iyede is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. While she was pregnant with her second child someone made a statement that caused Oreme to feel shame. Unknown to her, the embarrassment she felt because of her pregnancy was outright rejection of her unborn child, and would cause him to feel unwanted, unloved, and alienated, right from the womb. As time progressed, the same child would become rebellious, aggressive, defiant, and depressed and Oreme would reach her breaking point. But then, she discovered the conception to birth ministry and his journey to healing began, as did hers; she could dream again and pursue her dreams. And from the distressing journey with her son, came a discovery of her purpose. In the capacity of a Speaker and Coach, she is now reaching out to other parents and individuals, to help them find healing, acceptance, and their true identity. Listen as Oreme shares the challenging experiences with her son and how she overcame. Be inspired to triumph over adversity.
Julie Gorman is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a Certified Coach, Trainer, and Speaker with the John Maxwell Team. In addition, she is a writer, producer, and host of a weekly Broadcast and founder of His Love Extended Ministries. She is the author of What I Wish My Mother Had Told Me About Men and What I Wish My Mother Had Told Me about Marriage released in 2013 and 2014 respectively. In 2016 and 2018, she co-authored along with her husband the books, Two Are Better than One and Married for a Purpose. Along with her husband she runs the ministry, Married for a Purpose. Julie has spoken to youth, college students, and adults since 1988. Her passion is to minister to the WHOLE person. She is married to her best friend, Greg and they have three children. In this interview Julie shares with us the abuse she suffered as a child and how she moved past that experience to the blessed life she now enjoys. Listen and be inspired to bounce back from adversity.
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.
Epiphanie Yohou is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a Marketing and Planning Strategist and the Founder/CEO of Ayoka Candles Co. As a business leader, mentor, speaker, and entrepreneur, Epiphanie partners with small businesses to create a vision for their start-ups and professional brands. For nearly a decade, her career has been focused within the pharmaceutical industry, spanning marketing, global planning, product launch, market access, and reimbursement. Although her marketing experiences play a vital role in helping to grow her own business, Epiphanie’s message to small business owners is to think beyond their marketing plan and focus on execution. Listen as Epiphanie shares with us how she pursues her dreams and helps others in the pursuit of theirs. Be inspired for success!
Angela Cudger is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is an award-winning international speaker and coach, a top wellness expert, and founder of Legacy Holistic Health Institute, the only accredited black-owned institute for health coaches in the United States of America. She has been styled the Queen of Wellness, and rightly too. Angela is a walking wealth of information and teaches women entrepreneurs a full circle approach to wellness that has allowed them experience exponential growth in their businesses. As a devout vegan, she endorses the use of whole foods, nutrient dense sources to steer focus, drive creativity and increase productivity in business. She has an impressive background in modern medicine, holistic nutrition, physical fitness and spirituality. Listen as Angela takes us on her journey to becoming an accomplished wellness expert. Be inspired to pursue your dreams and rise to the top in your business and career.
Cheryl Peavy is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a Speaker and Transformation Technician, who is passionate about helping women overcome traumatic situations and heal from within. She has had a personal experience with trauma when several years ago she lost her mother and grandmother two weeks apart. Since then, she has created a social media movement branded as She Is You I Am You, which helps women see themselves through God’s eyes and not the world’s. She seeks to encourage, inspire and motivate women to show up in their greatness and create the life of their dreams. She is a best-selling Co-Author of several books and contributing writer for Miz CEO Entrepreneurial Magazine and Thrive Global. Listen to Cheryl as she shares her journey of losing her identity following the rejection of her father and the deaths of her mother and grandmother and how she became a people pleaser until she discovered her identity and purpose. Be inspired to discover who you are!
Rachel-Yvonne is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a speaker, coach and singer/songwriter who delights in impacting the lives of women with the message that they can be “brave, powerful and free.” She has been a back-up singer on TV, and radio and worked with the likes of Rod Stewart, George Michael, Sam Smith and Amy Winehouse. In 2015 she was a Finalist in the U. K’s X-Factor. She is third generation Pentecostal minister and serves in her local church NewLife Bibleway Church, as a Worship leader. Rachel shares her inspiring journey into the exciting world of music and entertainment and more importantly how she is impacting the lives of many young women as a coach. Listen to Rachel and be inspired to be brave, powerful and free.
Dr. Yolanda Jerry is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a retired Air Force veteran, speaker, author, coach, and entrepreneur. She coaches inspires and empowers victims/survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and youth bullying. Yolanda shares her story as a sexual assault and domestic violence survivor and what it takes to no longer be a victim but a Victor! She is the Founder and CEO of YJ Empowerment Solutions, LLC. Walking away from an abusive marriage did not come easy for her, and she knows firsthand and explains why many women prefer to remain in abusive relationships. The most potent lesson she took away from that season of her life is the fact that she can Get Back Up! Listen and be inspired as Yolanda shares her journey of going from sexual assault and domestic abuse victim to strong survivor and advocate who is helping other women. She has turned her pain into her purpose. Yolanda will be in London, UK, on the 20th of April 2019 to share her story in more detail at DOZ Live Inspirational Conference tagged Get Back Up! Go to Eventbrite to register for this event and get your ticket. If you have fallen it’s okay; you can Get Back Up!
Meg Nocero is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is an attorney, writer, speaker, and empowerment coach. Following in the footsteps of her grandfather, Congressman Alfred Santangelo, Meg served the United States as a federal attorney with the Department of Homeland Security for almost twenty years. In this role, she mentored hundreds of student interns in the field of immigration law. In 2017, she resigned and started a non-profit called S.H.I.N.E Networking Inc for the purpose of promoting the story sharing, community building, diversity, ideas, hope and networking. Her non-profit also provides educational scholarships to support young innovative leaders who are making a difference. Meg is a wife and mother and loves her children, and Shetland sheepdogs. Listen as Meg shares her journey of leaving her job after almost two decades and following her dreams, and be inspired to discover where you want to shine. Don’t miss the whole point of being here. Live the life you truly want. Meg shows us how.