Aug 19, 2019
Sue Park-Hur is a Korean American born in Seoul, but raised in Los Angeles since she was eight. One of the pivotal points in her life was witnessing the Rodney King Riots in LA while she was a sophomore at UCLA. The racial, social, and economic tensions in the city were cries for the work of reconciliation....
Aug 11, 2019
In part two of our conversation, Melanie and I revisit
embodiment, unpack the influence of gender norms and discuss
practical ways to tap into the power that we all have
Melanie C. Klein, M.A., is an empowerment coach, thought leader and influencer in the areas of body confidence, authentic empowerment, and...
Aug 5, 2019
Empowerment Coach and author Melanie Klein talks with me about the ways power, pleasure and pain are experienced throughout one's life. We unpack their effects on relationships, self-awareness and personal growth in part one of this profound and vulnerable conversation.
To learn more about Melanie and her work, check...
Jul 29, 2019
Isaac Villegas discusses the path that led him to do justice work as a Mennonite Minister. He shares moments of heartbreak, epiphany, and gratitude that have shaped his experience of purpose.
Isaac believes firmly in the work that Al Otro Lado is doing, so please check them out and offer support.
Jul 22, 2019
I've often sacrificed growth on the altar of comfort, and it has only been within the last two years that I've learned the value in holding space for tension. In this episode, I unpack techniques for learning to hold tension and explain the risks of not doing it well.