Earl Bloodworth: Episode #41


Barb Nangle: Episode #040

In this episode we’re thrilled to welcome Barb Nangle, a seasoned Boundaries Coach, whose work encompasses coaching, speaking, writing, and training individuals on the art of establishing healthy boundaries in both personal and professional realms.

Barb delves into the nuances of boundary-setting, providing practical tips and strategies that anyone can apply to enhance their relationships and overall well-being. She shares her unique perspective on how establishing clear boundaries is an act of self-care and empowerment, and how it can lead to more fulfilling and balanced lives.

Listeners will also get a glimpse into Barb’s personal journey, learning how her experiences in 12-step recovery have influenced her coaching methods and her understanding of personal development.

For more about Barb and her work, visit her website at Higher Power Coaching & Consulting.

Marian Andoh: Episode #024

Marian is the co-creator of University of Dope, an exciting card game that celebrates Hip Hop culture.

Stephanie Demuis: Episode #023

Stephanie is a recovery support specialist who helps individuals suffering from substance use disorders.

Monica Givens: Episode #022

Program Coordinator, Office of Development, Leadership Giving, Yale University; Yale African American Affinity Group, Social & Networking subcommittee co-chair; Acting Vice President, Elm City Freddy Fixer Parade Committee

Tori Hamilton: Episode #021

Tori Hamilton, a Hartford native, is the Program Manager for CT Money School and Bank On CT for the CT Association for Human Services. As a social justice advocate, she is dedicated to helping individuals and families obtain financial wellness. She has helped over 1,000 low to moderate income families realize their American Dream through her work in the non-profit sector and the creation of her Financial Fitness Program.

Deivone Tanksley: Episode #020

Deivone Tanksley, owner of the restaurant, “My Wife Didn’t Cook”, is doing a lot to make a difference in his hometown of New Britain.