Ever Better Podcasts

The Ever Better Podcast brings you in-depth, candid conversations with people who are living wholehearted, inspiring and daring lives. Each guest shares projects and practices that help them, their families and communities grow ever better, every day. You’ll hear real-life lessons that might apply to you or someone you know. If you’re new to podcasts, think of them as “radio on demand.”

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052: Take the First Step

Have you been considering starting something new like a running, joining a gym, starting a business, or learning an instrument? Taking the first step doesn’t have to be daunting! In this “solo episode,” Ever Better Podcast host, Lisa Conners Vogt, shares stories of taking the first step.  Read More >>

051: Wendy Baird – Creating Insight, Harmony and Balance in Branding and in Life

Wendy Baird is a singer, speaker, Reiki master, music director and mother, as well as President and Creative Director at Insight 180, a brand consulting and design company in Ellicott City, MD. Wendy has been through some major transitions in the past year. About six months ago, her office was destroyed by historic flooding in Ellicott City, MD. For days, she wasn’t even allowed to enter the building and when she did, she found that almost everything had to be thrown away. But with some help from friends and the community, Wendy and her team persevered. Wendy shares the practices she uses to embrace gratitude and calm her mind during difficult circumstances, and how she heals others through transferred energy.  Read More >>

050: From The Washington Post to MyLittleBird.com, Janet Kelly and Nancy McKeon’s Energizing Adventure

Nancy McKeon and Janet Kelly met while working for The Washington Post. Janet was a “no-nonsense” writer sharing her views on style and fashion, while Nancy was Editor of the Food, Real Estate, Travel, and Sunday Business sections. (But not all at once.) After leaving The Post, Janet recognized that media outlets were ignoring the 40+ audience in favor of millenials. She decided to make a difference by creating and delivering stories with points of view for more mature women. Janet recruited Nancy, they brought other media-savvy women on-board, and MyLittleBird.com was born! They share what it’s like to run your own business and why this venture is so energizing.  Read More >>

049: Jonathan Holth: Building Community for Future Generations, TEDx Talks & Fried Cheesy Pickles

Jonathan Holth is a community builder, father, and entrepreneur who lives in Grand Forks, ND. He co-owns the “upscale, but not uptight” Toasted Frog restaurants that specialize in fried cheesy pickles. He’s a leader in a growing movement of private citizens who partner with friends, neighbors, public officials and foundations to make a difference in their communities. He invests his time in helping to create a more fun, interesting, economically diverse North Dakota for today and for his future grandchildren. He believes in building the community that you want to live in, and encourages all to become more vocal and get involved in your own communities. Read More >>

048: Online Dating Dos and Don’ts With Erika Ettin

Erika Ettin is an online dating coach who left her corporate finance job to help men and women develop relationships. Her business is called A Little Nudge, because she gives her clients the nudge and the help they need to get out there and start dating. Erika shares how and why she became an online dating coach, client success stories, as well as dos and don’ts of dating. Her clients range in age from 22 to 72, with an average age of 44. If you’re thinking about jumping into the dating game or if you know someone who is, this episode will be helpful as well as entertaining! Read More >>

047: Dr. Tara Cousineau, Recognize When Your Life is Shifting & How to Cultivate Kindness

Tara Cousineau, PhD is a Clinical Psychologist, who primarily supports women and girls. She is writing a book called, “The Kindness Cure” about how acts of kindness can shift a person’s life. She works with many women who are 40+ and we discuss the shifts that take place when children become more independent and how to address these changes. Tara shares activities that bring her family closer together and she’s learned from experience that even if you think your kids aren’t paying attention to the values you’re modeling, you may find out years later, that they actually were.  Read More >>

046: Sober Moxie: Noelle Van Vlierbergen on Sobriety for Yourself or a Loved One

Noelle Van Vlierbergen, a sobriety coach, helps women to recognize that their path to recovery isn’t just about staying sober, it’s about embracing a life change and owning a bolder, better future. Through her business, Sober Moxie, she provides coaching and online resources for women in recovery. Listen to the podcast to learn about Noelle’s journey, and how to get help for yourself or a loved one.  Read More >>

044: How to Build Resilience With Doug Hensch

Doug Hensch is the father of two active boys, an executive coach, and an author. Doug shares some of the wisdom from his book, Positively Resilient: 5 1/2 Secrets to Beat Stress, Overcome Obstacles, and Defeat Anxiety. He explains what resilience is and why it’s important and how to raise resilient kids. We talk about optimism, and why too much of it can be a problem, and ways to track your progress to reinforce what you’re achieving. Read More >>

043: How to Start Practicing Mindfulness With Debbie Norris

Dr. Deborah Norris founded The Mindfulness Center in Bethesda, MD with her two daughters after leaving a government job so that she could focus on teaching and practicing mindfulness. Debbie researches, teaches and practices mind-body practices while providing a welcoming facility for other practitioners to offer their services. Her recently published book, In the Flow, describes how to meditate, the scientifically proven health benefits of mindfulness, dealing with “monkey mind” and other breakthrough insights. Listen to the podcast to hear about how Debbie shifted from a government job to entrepreneur and how add mindfulness to your life.  Read More >>

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