Ep. 18: A Mother’s Wait for Her Rainbow Baby with Felicia Tan

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Ep 18 Felicia Tan

I connected to today’s guest at one of the trainings I attended. Felicia Tan is an amazing woman and mother. She is also an author, with three books under her belt, a speaker, a blogger and a business owner too.  As an author, she has written and published three books:

  • To Baby with Love: A Mother’s Journey Through Hope, Loss and Renewal
  • Lost and Found: A Mother’s Memoir On Finding Faith Through Loss
  • And the last book, which just been launched on 7 May 2016: A Gift from Heaven A Mother’s Search for Her Rainbow Baby After the Storms.

In her first two books she wrote about her two miscarriages which happened in 2011 and 2012.  The third book, she actively writes about her son on her blog at feliciatan22.com.  She owns a design company Design Workz, and recently founded Art of Life which advocated living life to its fullest. I really admire her faith in God, in His promises even though things seemed to be against the odds.

 

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Quotes from This Episode:

  • “Cherish life because you realize one day they are just there, probably the next day they could be gone, so it could be that fast”
  • “Making time for your priorities”
  • “To obey and listen” from the sermon she attended.
  • “Concentrate on HIM, not just the challenges and problems at hand.”
  • “Focus on what makes you happy and just go and do it.”

Some Questions I Asked:

  • Why Felicia decided to write her first two books to document the miscarriage she had?
  • What’s Felicia’s biggest take away from the experience?
  • What was her reason to wait for a year before planning for the next pregnancy?
  • How did Felicia grow her faith in God?
  • Why Felicia chose domain ending with 22?
  • What is Felicia focus this time?

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • How to cope with the painful lost.
  • How can family members and friends support the mother.
  • How to make priorities and make time for the most important people in our life.
  • How to overcome low point in life.
  • And many more!

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Fauzi is consultant at Advisian, an aspiring entrepreneur. He hosts Rebound Stronger Podcast which focus on sharing key lessons from overcoming various adversities.  He interviews various successful people with powerful and inspiring coming back stories.

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Ep. 19: How to Become Shark from Being Fish Out of Water with Calvin Wayman

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Episode 19 - Calvin Wayman

 

I connected to today’s guest on School of Greatness Academy (SOGA). SOGA It’s a online course by Lewis Howes the host of School of Greatness Podcast. I love his energy which shown on his with the post on Facebook, his video on snapchat and Periscope.

Calvin Wayman is a social media entrepreneur. 6 years ago, being awkward and shy, he held a company record for the WORST performance a sales agent ever had. After almost being fired, he found a mentor and went from having horrible performance to being among the best.

One year ago, he left his day job to pursue his dream of working for himself. This guy is always challenging himself by pushing the boundaries of his own fear. He attributes his tenacity of “never giving up” to lessons he learned going out and knocking on random houses selling door-to-door.

He’s been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, Social Media Examiner, and The Huffington Post. And he just barely released is first book, which ranked in the Amazon top-100 of all book in the Success category. His book is called, Fish Out of Water: The Guide to Achieving Breakthrough and Permanently Transforming into the New You.

 

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Quotes from This Episode:

  • “You, me, or nobody is gonna hit as hard as life, but it ain’t about how hard you hit, it’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward, how much you can take and keep moving forward. That’s how winning is done” -Rocky Balboa
  • “Inching forward no matter what”
  • “Action is better than inaction” -Robert Herjavec
  • “Done is better than perfect”
  • “You are the average of five people you spend the most time with” Jim Rohn
  • “You can do anything, but you cannot do everything.”

Some Questions I Asked:

  • What’s Calvin’s one of the lowest point in life?
  • Why the book is titled “Fish Out of Water”?
  • What strategies we can take to take action consistently?
  • How do can you get into a mastermind?
  • What are Calvin most important habits?

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • How do you pick yourself up from your low point.
  • The three principles on how to get pass the “Fish Out of Water”
  • Why taking consistent action is better than taking massive action?
  • Why we should not focus on perfection.
  • Three are only three letters in the world of entrepreneurship.
  • Jerry Seinfeld’s method for taking consistency “Don’t Break the Chain”
  • Get around other “Fish Out of Water” and SHARKS (people who has passed the “Fish Out of Water” phase)
  • How successful people define success.
  • How you can build momentum.
  • Apps which can help you in doing mediation.
  • And many more!

Books Mentioned and Recommended:

 

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Fauzi is consultant at Advisian, an aspiring entrepreneur. He hosts Rebound Stronger Podcast which focus on sharing key lessons from overcoming various adversities.  He interviews various successful people with powerful and inspiring coming back stories.

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Building Stronger Relationship with Vincent Soo

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In this episode I interviewed Vincent Soo who I met during a personal branding workshop. We exchanged contact and I want to bring him on the podcast to share with us tips around relationship. He is a relationship coach. He is managing director of COACH Venture Pte Ltd. Coach Venture is a Social Enterprise that specializes in coaching and mentoring individuals and youths, especially at-risk youths/out-of-school youths/disadvantaged youths and ex-young offenders through personal development programmes and work skills training.

Questions I asked during this episode:

  • How Vincent got into coaching.
  • Three most common relation problems and how to deal with these issues.
  • Activities for building connection between couples.
  • Relationship tip for children/teenager to have meaningful relationship with their parents.
  • Relationship tip for parents to have meaningful relationship with their children/teenager.
  • Relationship tip teenagers with their peers.
  • Relationship tip for working adults with their spouse.
  • Relationship tip for working adults with their bosses.

Books Mentioned in this Episode:

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My Six Year Journey Back … After Death with Susan R. Nelson

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I am super excited today for this episode in which I talked to Susan R. Nelson.  Susan recently published her book The Only Light I Saw was in Galveston: My Six Year Journey Back … After Death! I am always looking for great rebound stories and a common friend, Stacey Lemire, introduced me to Susan. Reading from her book, I know that she is a fighter! She has to overcome a long journey six years journey, moving to different places, working different jobs, and fighting for her right.

Quotes from this episode:

  • “I think everyone can pretty much agree that the road of life is not a straight line. There are hills and valleys, twist and turns and ups and downs.” Susan’s journal entry Saturday March 17th 1996
  • “It’s tiring and hard work to come back, BUT the alternative is to live in a pity pot and not have the life I should have.”

Questions I asked during this episode:

  • The reason Susan wrote the book.
  • What happened on 4th April 1993.
  • The immediate challenges Susan faced after waking up from the coma.
  • How Susan’s her strength to keep on fighting and come back.
  • Why Atlanta was a growing spot for Susan.
  • How Susan got started writing.
  • How journaling or writing help Susan’s recovery.
  • Susan’s best tip for journaling.
  • Susan’s favourite quote.

Books Mentioned in this Episode:

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Living  Congruently According to Your Value with Nate Ridgeway

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In this episode I talked to Nate Ridgeway from Atlanta, Georgia, United States. I got to know him. It was through a podcaster group, Podcaster Paradise. He is a coach with The John Maxwell Team.  He is a successful entrepreneur who making impacts to many lives. But his life wasn’t always as successful and happy as he is now.  In the past, somehow, he drifted, all aspects of his life were not working as expected. Overweight (147 lb to 237 lb, 90 lb) working four jobs, spending 20 hr every day, but broke financially struggling relationship and marriage.

He has completely changed his life, step by step designing and building the life he wanted. That’s why he is known as life architect.

Questions I asked during this episode:

  • How did Nate life hit rock bottom?
  • How do we recognize our calling?
  • What’s the biggest challenge when we want to change?
  • The first step Nate took to overcome multiple challenges he faced?
  • Nate’s tips for making run enjoyable?
  • How to repair relationship which was damaged?
  • The biggest lesson Nate took from the experience.
  • Building habits which congruent with your value.
  • Nate’s tips for each of 4 cornerstone framework L I F E (Liberate, Inspire, Flourish, Excel)

Book Mentioned in this Episode:

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