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If you're a person who wants to live a more meaningful life, then this podcast is for you. Join your host, Destiny, as she goes on the journey to live the life God has planned for her. Enjoy content that will encourage you to live a life with purpose. Destiny may share her experiences, interview experts, answer listener letters, and more. Here on "The Destined Life" we believe everyone should live their best life!!!
 
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In this episode, Destiny talks with guests about how the church prepped people for dating versus how the world prepped us for dating 👀👀 This conversation also covers boundaries when trying to remain abstinent until marriage and so much more!!! I am so thankful to have such amazing and supportive guests to join me during this series. Go follow them …
 
Part 4 of the "Destined Relationships" series gives the female perspective of Christian dating. Destiny (host) talks with the ladies about all the troubles of dating as a Christian woman. They talk about virginity and the pressures of the church to keep it and the pressure of the world to lose it. The ladies explain how the pressures of the woman d…
 
Part 3 of the “Destined Relationship” series is all about dating from the male perspective. We all know dating can be tough, especially as a Christian. Destiny (host) talks with Andre, Brian, and Lamar about dating as a believer. They give their standards and even mention some red flags in a relationship.…
 
When you ask for feedback, you reinforce any existing power dynamic. When you ask for advice, you eliminate the power dynamic completely. People feel more comfortable giving advice, and you'll receive it better. Blog version: https://brianmillerspeaks.com/stop-asking-for-feedback/ Video version: https://youtu.be/VkqVdbCeThg…
 
For part 2 of the series Destined Relationships. Destiny talks with Angella Dunston about friendship. They discuss red flags and how they might deal with them and how to socialize and meet others. Angella gives advice on how to be there for your friend during positive and negative life-changing events.…
 
Empathy isn't all that it's cracked up to be. It leads to burnout and irrational decisions. Plus, it's nearly impossible to teach. But instead you can learn perspective-taking, a skill that leads to understanding, connection, and yes, even empathy. Watch the video version instead: https://youtu.be/DQZKlzlczOQ Read the blog version instead: https://…
 
Here on the The Destined Life we are talking about relationships. Destiny, host, has just celebrated her birthday and she is now making friends, creating business relationships, and even romantic relationships. This episode is part 1 of the “Destined Relationships” series.Destiny Harris
 
In 2019 I had the privilege and honor of chatting with legend Seth Godin for an hour. We spoke about marketing, work-life balance, and human connection. But when I asked him for a story of a chance encounter with lasting impact, the story he told me was absolutely insane. And exclusive - it's the first and only time he's ever told it in public. Lis…
 
Connection is not about agreement, but understanding- by being grateful, being humble, setting the tone, and seeking common ground. Read the blog or watch the video instead: https://brianmillerspeaks.com/how-to-respectfully-disagree-respectfully/Brian Miller
 
From the vault, serial social entrepreneur Getrude Matshe teaches us the African philosophy of Ubuntu. Getrude was my guest back in Season 2 when the show was still called One New Person. Listen to or watch her entire episode here: https://beyondnetworkingpodcast.com/the-magic-of-ubuntu-with-getrude-matshe/…
 
It’s simple, take it or leave it, this is who I am. As we all take on the self-love journey, you may notice that some may not be able to handle the new you, they may try to change you. In this episode, our host, Destiny Harris, is joined by Sabrina Williams to help encourage listeners to be strong and embrace who you are.…
 
Life is sometimes unbearably difficult and unreasonably cruel. Let’s all give each other a break. Here's a lesson I learned from my grandmother. Read or watch instead of listening: https://brianmillerspeaks.com/i-havent-bought-a-sponge-in-15-years/Brian Miller
 
This summer is about self-love and achieving your dreams. Destiny Harris (host) speaks with LaShaundra McCarty about entrepreneurship. LaShaundra talks about common mistakes business owners make. She explains each and gives advice on how to avoid them.Destiny Harris
 
People aren’t going to do what you consider respectful, or fair. They’re going to do what they believe serves the audience, which is not you. Read or watch instead of listening: https://brianmillerspeaks.com/youre-not-special-an-open-letter-to-artists/Brian Miller
 
Being an artist is hard. People aren’t going to do what you consider respectful, or fair. They’re going to do what they believe serves the audience, which is not you. How do you stand out as an artist? What can you do if people don't respect your work? The War of Art: https://amzn.to/2UuWQKq 2 More Tools: Article: https://brianmillerspeaks.com/how-…
 
Now that we have 18 months of practice in virtual experiences, let’s not have our excitement get away from us. “In-person” is finally an option again, but it’s only one option. Ask yourself these 3 questions before planning or attending your next in-person event, or going back to the office. Read instead: https://brianmillerspeaks.com/the-pivot-bac…
 
Destiny Harris (host), speaks with licensed therapist Kervin Searles about how to deal with trust issues. He gives listeners help on how to trust again and how to begin the healing process. Kervin then helps the audience understand how to find a therapist that is the right fit for them. Destiny then asks how we as patients can help make therapy a s…
 
The self-love journey is not always pretty and glamorous, sometimes it hurts and causes us to beat ourselves up. In this episode, host, Destiny Harris helps to understand how to deal with finding out that we are not perfect. Yeah, the self-love journey also exposes the negative about us, but we must understand how to move forward.…
 
Kelly Leonard spent most of the 90s and 2000s as an executive producer at the world famous Second City improv theater in Chicago. He is personally responsible for hiring Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, Amy Poehler, and Steve Carell. He also wrote the book Yes, And…, a book on creativity and collaboration in the workplace, based on lessons from improv co…
 
This summer is about self-love and being the director of our lives. This episode will discuss how to love you and what that looks like. The podcast's host Destiny will be joined by Clifton, a purpose strategist and transformation coach. He gives advice about how to love yourself and what changes are needed to be made in order to achieve true self-l…
 
Kay Reeve speaks and writes about emotional awareness. She is the author of Brain Unchained, a book created to help teenagers, young adults, and parents understand the four core emotions and build a strategy for positive emotional change. ( continued below) MENTAL HEALTH DISCLAIMER: None of the participants in this video are doctors, psychologists,…
 
Not everybody grew up the same way or experienced the same things, which is why it is very important to listen to other people's stories. This week the audience will hear someone else's story other than Destiny's. Please have your tissues ready and be ready to laugh a little. We are going to explore someone else's life and make a declaration for th…
 
Xabier Marshall is a personal trainer and the owner of Multiply Performance in the UK. I discovered Xabier while reading a BBC article about gyms in a COVID and post-COVID world. I’ve never been to a gym in my life, so I couldn’t tell you why I was reading that article. But Xabier was quoted about successfully Pivoting his personal training to an a…
 
Last week, we discussed reasons why we do not want to tell others why we are upset and this week, Destiny discusses new ways of verbally expressing our emotions when we are angry. We can get so upset that we are unable to respond to those that may be asking what is going on and we need to change that.…
 
Ken Davenport is a two-time Tony award-winning Broadway producer. He is best known for Spring Awakening, Kinky Boots, and the revival of Godspell. Ken is renowned in the theater community as an innovative marketer. In 2008 he started a blog called The Producer’s Perspective, dedicated to making the business of Broadway accessible and understandable…
 
There are times we get upset and we have trouble expressing our feelings to those who care about us. Destiny discusses why she may not tell others why we are upset or frustrated. She gives “10 reasons Why I Don’t Want to Tell You Why I’m Mad”. She encourages others to normalize expressing your feelings when in a negative state, especially when our …
 
Dr. Caitlin O'Connell is a scientist, author, and storyteller. She holds a PhD in ecology, holds positions at both Harvard and Stanford, is an award-winning author of non-fiction, children’s books, and graphic novels, AND is a renowned expert on elephants. What’s that got to do with Pivoting, resilience, adaptability, human connection, or even just…
 
Part of the "destined life" is connecting with others. Whether through school, work, church, family etc. Relationships of all kinds can be complicated. In this episode the host Destiny will talk about finding friends and dating as a Christian with guest Annielle Timmons. It will discuss having standards when letting new people in your life. Finding…
 
Allen Williams is an audio professional in the TV and film industry. He’s worked on projects like The Vampire Diaries, Spider-Man Homecoming, Creed, The Founder, Stranger Things, Cobra Kai, Avengers Infinity War… and some big name projects, too. Like everyone else in the entertainment industry, when COVID hit Allen found himself suddenly without in…
 
Elisse Glennon is the Executive Director of the New Jersey Sharing Network Foundation. The NJ Sharing Network is a non-profit organization for the recovery and placement of donated organs and tissues. The foundation, where Elisse presides, is dedicated to increasing the numbers of lives saved through research, family support, public awareness, and …
 
Church has changed a lot within the past year due to Covid restrictions. It has been hard for ministry workers to adapt to the changes. Destiny talks with Johnathan about the changes made to church since the pandemic. Johnathan and Destiny talk about their love for the ministry and how it affected them. Johnathan gives advice to churches on how to …
 
Dan Cockerell started his Disney career directing cars in the parking lot. But when he left 26 years later to pursue an entrepreneurial journey of his own, he was in charge of the entire daily operations of the happiest place on earth. I invited Dan on the podcast to help us understand how the hospitality industry has responded to Covid overall. Yo…
 
Jesse Cole is the owner of the Savannah Bananas, a collegiate summer league baseball team based in Georgia. Here’s a few facts about the Bananas: They only sell one ticket and it’s all inclusive. Their players perform choreographed dances every game. They are the only baseball team to play in kilts. Their coaching staff includes a 9-year-old and a …
 
Destiny is out here looking like a clown trying to juggle all the responsibilities of life. She is trying to understand how to balance everything and give each area of her life equal attention and care, but she ends up stressed and burned out. In this episode Destiny discusses her new revelations about God, life, and how to balance everything and n…
 
I've had the pleasure of being a guest on some wonderful podcasts lately. Here's a "best of" compilation from the first quarter of 2021. Featuring: Donato G Poet, The Art of Relationships, The Storypowers Podcast, Bulletproof Cashflow, and Marketing as a Foreign Language. Topics include: My 2020 pivot Loneliness in the pandemic Story telling tips f…
 
Destiny has her own money, but why is she in trouble every time she has emergency expenses. Hmm....not okay. Temia joins Destiny in part 4 of this series "Adult-ish" to help her understand how to save and be ready for any financial situations that may come her way. During this interview, Temia explains how to save like a true adult and avoid childi…
 
Tyler Anderson is a chef and owner of multiple high-end restaurants. He’s also a James Beard award-nominee and appeared on both The Food Network and Top Chef on Bravo. If you’re thinking, didn’t you recently interview a restaurant owner? I did. This is a companion episode to my conversation with Pam Paydos. In fact, Pam connected me with Tyler in t…
 
Destiny wants to know more about how to achieve mental and spiritual independence as an adult. For part 4 of the series "Adult-ish" she is joined by Donarah who has more experience as an adult and can help Destiny understand the true meaning of adulthood. In this episode, Donarah drops some knowledge on how to become mentally healthy and not be dep…
 
Today we’ve got one of our featured experts for the season. Stefanie Faye Frank is a neuroscience researcher. She specializes in translating complex scientific concepts into real-world language to help people find new ways to use their talents, discomforts, failures, and challenges as pathways to growth and evolution. In other words, she helps peop…
 
Destiny talks about her desired financial life as an adult. In part one of this series, "Adult-ish", she gives her definition of an adult and it included financial independence. In this episode, part 3, Destiny explains what she thinks that is and why she believes an adult should be financially independent. Destiny talks about her failures with mon…
 
Pam Paydos is a beloved Connecticut-based entrepreneur and restaurateur who long-time listeners of this podcast will remember. In fact, Pam was the very first guest ever on this show, back when it was called One New Person. When everything shut down, restaurants were the first and most visible industry to pivot, shifting to take-out only and buildi…
 
Hana Jung is the founder of Re:Boot Experiences, a set of programs designed to help people stop being machines, and start being human, again. We were connected through a mutual friend David Nebinski who runs the Career Portfolio podcast, on which we’ve both appeared. When COVID hit Hana was already in the midst of personal tragedy and family emerge…
 
This episode is part 2 of the “Adult-ish” series and Destiny talks about how a part of being an adult is spiritual independence. She explains how there are times we can be lazy and dependent on others for our knowledge of God.Destiny Harris
 
Sandra is the Director of Drama for the College of the Albemarle in North Carolina. But that’s not what she was doing in March 2020 when the world fell apart. Back then, Sandra was the Associate Director for Music off Main, a studio that specialized in early childhood music education. But when Covid shut down the ability to safely sing in-person, t…
 
Destiny is legally an adult, but she identifies as a child. She is now embracing the fact that she is older, but she is figuring out how to be an adult. This episode is part 1 of the series, “Adult-ish”. She gives her definition of what an adult is and what the mental health of an adult should be based on (all her opinion). She is now accepting thi…
 
Dr. Deborah Gilboa, professionally known as Dr. G, is a practicing family physician. But I wanted to speak with her because she is also an expert on resilience. She teaches families, individuals, teams, and businesses to "do stress better.” In this conversation Dr. G teaches us: 1) What resilience actually is; 2) Why some people seem to go through …
 
Today’s guest is Jason Tanner. Jason is the CEO and Co-Founder of Applied Frameworks, a consulting firm based in North Carolina. When the world shut down, Jason had 10 employees whose livelihoods and families’ security depended on his ability to pivot. Luckily, Jason served nine years in the Marine Corp, and knew that open, consistent, and efficien…
 
Today’s featured Pivoter is Stuart MacDonald. Stuart is a rare bird. He’s a magician, but he’s really a character actor who happens to be a magician. He's also won a ton of prestigious awards in magic and fooled Penn & Teller on the CW's hit show Fool Us. You see, magicians, myself included, are typically just heightened versions of themselves. But…
 
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