SoulTalk with Kute Blackson
Summary: SoulTalk is a thought-provoking podcast about what really matters in life. It is a deep exploration into life's biggest questions: who we are, why we are here, and where we are going? Kute Blackson will get personal, sharing practical wisdom on how to live your most authentic life, as well as deep dialogues on purpose, health, love, money, sex, spirituality and success with special guests like Barbara De Angelis, Dr. Shefali, Mike Dooley, Geneen Roth and more.
Quantum science shows there is a connection between our thoughts and beliefs and our reality. In this special episode, Dr. Sue Morter, master of bioenergetic medicine and quantum field visionary, explains how to tap into this amazing connection to become one whole being, capable of manifesting extraordinary things.
At some point we have all been through a breakup. They can be deeply painful and challenging, particularly when you feel you gave everything. When this happens, it is easy to see yourself as a failure and judge yourself harshly because things did not work out. Listen to this episode and learn 5 simple keys to bounce back from the end of a relationship.
It is widely known that fitness and nutrition are tightly linked. However, there is a huge amount of contradictory information floating around, making it really difficult to distinguish fact from myth. In this episode, best-selling author and celebrity fitness expert, JJ Virgin talks about the common myths in the weight loss field and explains the key to losing weight and keeping it off.
Speaking in public is probably one of the greatest fears for the majority of people. Some say it is scarier than dying. Listen to this episode to learn where that fear comes from and find out three simple, yet powerful keys to speaking effectively in public.
The widespread idea that we are at the mercy of our genetic programming can be terrifying, particularly in relation to our health. In this episode, Bruce Lipton explains why some people get sick and how little our genes have to do with our reality. He also shares 3 different methods to re-program your mind and create the life you really want.
We often get discouraged from our dreams or vision when we have worked hard to achieve them and success eludes us. In those moments it seems easier to give up than to continue pursuing our goals, particularly when we don’t understand the cause of our failure. Listen to this insightful episode to learn 5 key reasons why your dreams are not manifesting and how to overcome them.
Selling, whether a service or a book can be complicated when we are not very clear on what it’s real value is. In this episode, Tucker Max, best-selling author of “I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell”, shares the secret to writing a best-selling book, finding the value and becoming successful in what you do.
Letting go of a relationship can by scary and painful. Particularly if we still love the other person. It is easy to stay out of fear or familiarity, even when things are no longer working out. However, it often takes more love to let go than to stay in a stagnant relationship. Listen to this insightful episode to learn why ending a relationship is not a failure, but a sign of growth.
Making a career change, particularly when you are successful in your chosen field, can be terrifying. In this episode, Robin Sharma, best-selling author of “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari”, talks about some of the reasons that led him to give up law and go from successful litigator to writer and inspirational speaker. He also shares insights into the habits and traits that lead to staying creative, being super productive and achieving success.
Going through a crisis can be scary. It is easy to give in to fear and see it as a bad thing. This resistance to life only creates suffering. Listen to this episode to learn how to survive when life as you know it is falling apart and find the gift in every breakdown.
Health is a popular word in our day. With so many theories about the right diet and the perfect supplement, it is often difficult to decide how to best take care of yourself. Listen to this profound episode as Adam Ian, founder of Elemental Wizdom, explains the connections between diet, feelings and health, while debunking some popular myths regarding how to be healthy.
Even though parents always want what is best for their children, their own conditioning can make it difficult to get the message across. Trying to make children do something that is good for them can often be a challenging task. In this special episode, you will learn the importance of your actions on your children’s behavior as well as why some of the best gifts you can give to your child cannot be bought in any store.
Trent Shelton was living his dream as a NFL player when he felt the need for something more. After the birth of his son, he decided to take responsibility for his life and started a non-profit organization called Rehab Time. In this insightful episode, he shares the key to his success as an inspirational speaker and offers a few powerful questions to help anyone find their purpose.
Betrayal can be a painful experience. It is something most us have experienced on some level. Whether it’s a broken agreement, a cheating partner or a gossiping best friend, it is easy to react by closing off our hearts and lashing out in pain and anger, even though it only leads to more suffering. Learn some powerful keys to deal with the feelings of betrayal, taking back your power and setting yourself free.
Two of the most costly words in any language are “I forgot”. A better memory can mean a better life, but we often think that a good memory is a genetic trait. Listen to this episode as Jim Kwik, learning and memory expert, explains how your brain can be trained and shares 10 simple keys to unleash your genius.