Ruthie Q., is a captivating thought leader and speaker. Her personal journey has brought such a dynamic element to what she is able to bring to her audience. She has a passion to be actively involved in helping others by uplifting, empowering, and enriching the lives of others. Ruthie Q's dynamic message on creating “8 Steps to Living an Intentional Life,” has captivated and uplifted audiences by changing their mindsets to live intentionally, and thus teaching audiences how to use their own power to become successful. Ruthie Q. is the author of four books and her fourth book “Journey: Execution Style” Second Edition is set for release April 2019. Ruthie Q. is also the creator of “The Entrepreneur’s Corner”, a podcast designed to motivate and empower you to get to the next level in your career, personal relationship, and in your business. Ruthie Q. has recently been featured in several publications and on several podcasts sharing her story of triumph, and challenges. Her mission is to help others reach their greatest potential. Ruthie Q. is also the founder of the “The Motivation Effect”, a non-profit organization which builds communities, and mentors young people from diverse backgrounds to realize their capabilities as future entrepreneurs. She not only inspires, but she moves people to take action by offering practical and effective approaches to finding what’s already inside of them. She is the perfect balance between energizing and practical; fun and impactful. Every talk is customized with a personal touch that pushes people to view their journey and solve challenges in ways that they thought were never an option.
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Rushia Brown was born in Bronx, NY and raised in South Carolina. As a sophomore Brown 1st picked up a ball and joined the Summerville High School JV Basketball team. Athletic yet unskilled, Rushia began a journey that would forever changer her life. Through hard work and dedication, she was one of the top student-athlete recruits in the state of South Carolina as a senior; being courted by esteemed universities such as Harvard, Duke University and her then dream school, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. With the recent loss of her father, Rushia chose to stay close to home and attend Furman University.
As a Lady Paladin, Rushia pursued her education and competed on the court, attaining every accolade available including Southern Conference Freshman of the Year, multiple MVPs, Southern Conference Player of the Year, Edna Hartness Athlete of the Year and eventually having her jersey hang from the rafters as #34 was retired, never to be worn again. Rushia’s collegiate years lead to a 10 year professional career overseas, which spanned 5 countries; Spain, France, Italy, Greece and Korea and 7 years in the WNBA; 6 years in Cleveland and 1 year in Charlotte.
Basketball was truly a blessing to Rushia as she developed as an athlete and a woman in the professional ranks. During her 10 year stint in Europe Rushia was exposed to different cultures and attitudes that helped form her perspective. The challenges on the court and in the culture were just what she needed to motivate her. Rushia made a point to learn as much about the cultures as she could. She took the development of her game very seriously and the results showed it. Winning a number of International Championships and 4 European Championships were the highlights of her career, aside from meeting numerous teammates that would remain long time friends. Her work ethic and 3 years playing professionally in Europe prepared her for the WNBA.
Brown was neither drafted nor brought into camp as a free agent at the inception of the WNBA but went on to try out for team. She was assigned as a practice player but after a stellar training camp, was promoted to a roster position, where she went on to become a starter for the Cleveland Rockers. She is no stranger to hard work and understanding what it takes to be the exception and not the rule. During her 7 years in the WNBA, Rushia was a part of the Eastern Conference Championship team but never captured a WNBA title. The experience and relationships built during her 7-year tenure assisted in forming her post career aspirations.
With a successful career, multiple European titles, and a myriad of teammates converted into lifetime friends, Rushia decided to transition into her life after basketball. To date she has founded multiple companies. Rushia is the President and CEO of OverTime Basketball Academy, a company formed to assist young ladies in their athletic and academic pursuits by exposing them to the necessary tools on and off the court in order to be successful. Rushia’s love for the game and the ladies who play it, extends to the professional players as well. This love led to the development of the Women’s Professional Basketball Alumni Association (WPBAA). The purpose of the WPBAA is to assist professional female basketball prepare and transition into a productive life after they leave the game.
Rushia’s very own life after the game has her based in Atlanta, GA where she continues to be a vessel of growth for the very game that changed her life. She humbly uses her experiences and influence to move everyone she comes in contact with to transform their lives.
Dee Woolridge is the Texas Externship Location Director of the Institute of Interpersonal Hypnotherapy and founder of The Heart Centered Institute, LLCwhere teaching is focused on new thought, spirituality, personal growth, transformation, and positive change.
A natural intuitive and people person, she has spent over 28 years in public service to her country and community. As a Navy public affairs officer (active and reserve), she assisted countless service members, communities, families, and civic organizations on outreach projects, such as Habitat for Humanity, and The Boys and Girls Club of America. She also worked on the joint communication integration team for Afghanistan and Iraq.
Her practice as a hypnotherapist, spiritual counselor, life coach, and energy healer originated over 24 years ago with the premature birth of her daughter who was later diagnosed with autism. She sought out holistic health treatments to aid in the healing process of her child and her family. She studied essential oils, meditation, energy healing, crystal properties, hypnotherapy, and other modalities that now have become a way of life. She believes that self-care is caring for the whole self – mind, body, and spirit..
The discoveries she shared have helped many people through the years and the experiences were found to be even more valuable when she was diagnosed with breast cancer several years ago. Now a post cancer thriver, she is a huge proponent of food as medicine and hypnosis to help uncover and heal the root causes of disease and chronic illness. She shares her story of conventional, and integrative/holistic treatments to heal mind body and spirit when she speaks around the country.
Dee believes that she is divinely directed and guided to do this transformational type of work. “I believe that I am chosen to be one of earth’s teachers and guides – a beacon of light to others just as my teachers have been to me.” She is a perpetual student of the mind, body, spirit healing concept and uses what she’s learned to help others.
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Anuschka Alborzian is Life Coach in San Diego. She is specifically an Empowerment Coach and Warrior that supports people to find their inner power and authentic happiness. She is no stranger to overcoming challenging obstacles in her life, including having a large brain tumor and undergoing brain surgery to remove it. Upon hearing a diagnosis and prognosis that would change her life forever, she empowered herself with a new perspective on healing, health, and life. She's discovered how to live in the moment, find true happiness, stay positive during tough times, and how to find light in any darkness and overcome anything! Anuschka is now extremely passionate about helping other people do the same in any area of life. She's committed to making a difference one HUMAN being at a time through Life Coach San Diego!
Dr. Julie Ducharme and Dr. Karen Walker talk with Marni Scheneider, an author, entrepreneur, actress, and daughter of Philadelphia Eagles and Ronald McDonald House.
Marni is a Philadelphia native, Marnie’s life has been driven by sports. Her grandfather, Leonard Tose, was the owner of the Philadelphia Eagles and the founder of the Ronald McDonald House. His dedication to family, charity, and sports taught Marnie the importance of giving back, something she has carried forward into her career in the nonprofit sector. Marnie is the founder of the Keep On Playing Foundation, whose mission is to give underprivileged children the opportunity to learn confidence, leadership, and the importance of teamwork through sports. She is the author of four children’s books in the Football Freddie & Fumble the Dog series: Gameday in Philadelphia, Gameday in the Carolinas, Gameday in Atlanta, and Gameday in Pittsburgh (forthcoming, April 2019).The fifth book, Gameday in Chicago, is expected in fall 2019.
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Dr. Julie Ducharme and Dr. Karen Walker hit on key topics concerning a woman's worst enemy...themselves. This episode is jam-packed with great advice and how women can learn to get past their negative and harsh perceptions of themselves.