Kali Rogers is the Founder and Janitor of Blush Online Life Coaching. She and her team of master’s level coaches help females from around the globe get over their quarter-life crisis, grow their self-confidence, get over nasty breakups, and work on bettering their relationships all via video conference for only $79/mo.
Beernuts Productions is Australia’s most exciting and innovative production company. Founded by Gough in 2006, Beernuts Productions has set out to establish itself as a prolific producer of contemporary and cutting-edge cinema, television, audio downloads, and books.
Beernuts Productions unique style has proven to be very popular with a wide range of audiences due to the different genres and formats it produces. From audio sketch comedy to hard-hitting drama, from political satire to documentary, Beernuts Productions prides itself on its diversity and challenging range of topics and projects, clearly demonstrating Beernuts Productions skills, fortitude and determination to entertain no matter the genre.
Beernuts Productions has worked with some of Australia’s finest actors, artists, and production crew, helping make all content on the Beernuts Productions website world class.
With more than 30 years’ experience working at consumer-based companies in an entrepreneurial role, Rick Libby is the CEO of Traveling Vineyard, where his official title is Chief Grape Stomper. Libby launched today’s Traveling Vineyard (previously known as The Traveling Vineyard) in 2010. Traveling Vineyard is a direct selling organization that first introduced the concept of in-home wine tastings to market its exclusive Traveling Vineyard wines—which are sourced from high-quality vineyards worldwide and regularly earn Gold and Silver medals from Tastings World Wine Championships. Under Libby’s leadership, Traveling Vineyard has grown from hundreds of Wine Guides to now over 5,000 across the United States. Libby's guiding principle is "work hard, be kind," a philosophy passed down to him by his parents and embraced by the entire Traveling Vineyard family.
Caty Pasternak is a fun, fiery, and outspoken transformation coach that helps women embody new levels of leadership so they can create businesses and lives that turn their soul on. She blends spirituality, quantum physics, hypnotherapy, and intuitive development so women can actually experience transformation, instead of reading about it. Her podcast, Youtube channel, and Instagram have become an energetic vortex for inspiration and modern day personal growth.
In 2006, Shawn Askinosie left a successful career as a criminal defense lawyer to start a bean to bar chocolate factory and never looked back. Askinosie Chocolate is a small batch, award-winning chocolate factory located in Springfield, Missouri, sourcing 100% of their beans directly from farmers that they profit share with on three continents.
Once entrenched in the corporate world, searching for happiness and fulfillment everywhere (except for where it really exists) Emily Pereira (per-era) had a breakdown that became an astonishing breakthrough after discovering a treasure trove of passion and magic living inside her she was previously blind to. Now she’s helping other women attract soul-affirming love into their lives by showing them how to access their magnetic, radiant selves and via one-on-one coaching and transformational Costa Rican retreats, where she lives!
Her ebook, Unstoppable Woman is available on Amazon and her 300-page memoir, The Beginner, is in the wings. A mompreneur living her dream life Costa Rica, Emily giving other women a map for how to manifest a life that is in alignment with their heart.
Brian Burke is the President of SellYourMac.com. At the age of 6, he started his first business selling jewelry on the street. At 13, he graduated to trading stocks.
For the past decade, Brian’s company has been helping people earn extra cash by making it fast, safe, and easy to buy, sell, and service their Apple products.
SellYourMac has paid out almost $18 million & gets over 1M unique visitors annually.
Lara was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2007 at the age of 30, 7 months pregnant with her second son. A woman Lara had never met, but with whom she shared a mutual friend sent her a package. Inside were beautiful scarves she wore during cancer treatment and a note saying, “You can do this.” The scarves were both practical and inspiring. And, knowing someone else had worn the scarves and faced cancer helped Lara believe she could do it too. Not long after she finished treatment, Lara went to a Young Survival Coalition Conference. She packed several scarves in hopes that she could pass them along to another woman, as had so graciously been done for her. There, Lara met Roberta and they laughed together as she showed her different ways to wear a scarf. Upon the completion of her treatment, Roberta sent the scarves back to Lara. She had since moved and one of the first friends she met was starting treatment. Lara brought over a scarf to Brooke’s house and they laughed through their tears about what it is like to lose your hair. This whole time Lara couldn’t stop thinking about the amazing journey these scarves were on.
So, Lara created Hope Scarves in 2012 as a way to capture these beautiful stories and encourage others. The program started in her spare bedroom with her toddler volunteer by her side, sending out 2-3 Hope Scarves a week. Today Hope Scarves is a bustling office of volunteers and staff, sending nearly 50 scarves a week all around the world. Hope Scarves has sent over 7,000 scarves to every state and 16 countries, to people facing over 90 different types of cancer. The oldest recipient is 92 and the youngest, 4. The Hope Scarf Collection, which changes constantly, contains over 10,000 scarves and over 500 stories.