Born in Guernsey, educated in England and Australia, Gemma Long now calls America home. Her international PR firm keeps her traveling while her longing to serve small businesses and families in need keeps her grounded in central IL. What's her secret to doing it all? "Spend more time doing less."
When Alexa Hoffman started her career in fashion design in NY with companies like Reebok and Free People, she found she wanted more....more of the things that mattered. So she founded Alevan Botanica to help people discover mindful rituals or daily routines plus stress and pain relief ...naturally.
Did you ever wonder what role a building plays in a child's education or how a structural design could empower a teacher? Kelsey Jordan did. The answers to those questions prompted her work as an architect and educational planner to design schools that impact more than learning....they impact lives.
When she left LA to start her career Diana Wilson didn’t know her children's allergies would lead her to create luxury hair care products that were safe for her family, clean for consumers and internationally acclaimed in the fashion world. Her lesson? Great adventures can come from dark beginnings.
Working at Rush Medical in Chicago could be daunting to some but not Deborah Daniels. She built on that experience, became a Nurse Practitioner, taught others and started her own practice. Why? Part of medicine is finding solutions that help patients live their best life... and their purpose.
When Joyce Day opened a Wellness Studio, she wanted to work with women who had tried exercise, massage, physical therapy and chiropractic care, yet were still in constant pain. Her goal? Work with connective tissue & alignment and give her a solution that restored movement and hope…and joy.
When Midwest Food Bank started on a family farm 20 years ago, they didn't foresee providing $415 million worth of food through 330 agencies serving 90,000 people. How? Listen as Audrey Kamm shares their philosophy of being faithful with what they have and open to what's next... one day at a time.
After you’ve spent 10 years singing at Carnegie Hall, performing with the New York Philharmonic, James Taylor, YoYo Ma and Martin Short, what’s next? If you’re Jennifer Rosa you’re taking the stage in a new role, advocating for neuro diverse children and using your voice to help others find theirs.
If you've had a child who doesn’t sleep, you may think you'll never sleep again. Melissa Perry did. Then she figured out a process that worked for her child and shared it. Soon Cradle Coach was born, empowering parents to restore sleep, rebuild marriages and revive joy in families around the world.
As a former Youth Pastor, husband and father of 4 who homeschools his children, David Bell had a vision for the business he wanted to create to develop leaders and provide physical and financial health. To David, Lifeline to Health isn't just the name of his business. It's been his life's work.
What's the common denominator to owning coffee shops, being a ceramic artist, running an art gallery and becoming a divorce coach? For Katie VandenBerg it's curiosity, mixed with a strong desire to connect people, appreciate nature, build community and above all, focus forward.