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When you reflect on the lesson from a past experience in your life, do you ignore it and move on, or REDISCOVER the lesson and grow?
My name is Aubrey Johnson. I am the creator and host of The Road to Rediscovery - an inspiring podcast focused on overcoming life challenges for personal development and growth.
My show features extraordinary guests from around the world who share their amazing stories of overcoming tremendous struggles and adversities; and the amazing work they're doing today in uplifting others. There's also solo episodes, where I share lessons learned from my past challenges.
This podcast is to inspire listeners who are struggling through dark times - letting them know that they're not alone. I have no doubt listeners to hear something relatable through the insights of my guests, that resonates with them and their current struggles.
Spreading Financial Wisdom to the Service Industry, with Barbara Sloan
Barbara Sloan is an Author and Money Coach. Tune in, as we discuss the how’s and why’s of the service industry being overlooked for being offered financial knowledge, and a few practical tips on maintaining a living on a fluctuating income. We’ll also talk about her book, “Tipped: The Life Changing Guide to Financial Freedom for Waitresses, Bartenders, Stripper, and all other Service Industry Professionals”.
The Seasons of Tommy Chong - Part I
We are chatting with the one and only Tommy Chong! Best known for such films as “Up in Smoke”, “Still Smokin”, and “Nice Dreams” as part of the legendary Cheech and Chong duo. Tommy takes us on an exciting ride through various seasons of his amazing journey. In this first of a 2-part series, tune in as Tommy tells us about his humble beginnings in Calgary, Alberta, starting a band and moving to Vancouver, working with Berry Gordy and Motown, and meeting Cheech Marin.
He also shares his thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement, a conversation with Herbie Hancock, and the power of embracing the “hippie” character on multiple films. This is just the tip of the iceberg in Tommy’s extraordinary journey; and stay tuned for the 2nd part of this great conversation to be released real soon!
How Do We Suffer?
Inspired by a powerful message from a recent church service, Aubrey raises an essential question of how do we navigate and endure through the hardships and challenges that life throws our way?
Aubrey explores the ideas of "suffering wrong" versus "suffering well,”; covering the characteristics and behaviors that distinguish the two.
Furthermore, Aubrey shares the four foundational virtues that can serve as a solid starting point for obtaining the ability to suffer well.
Empowering Women and Overcoming our Struggles with Empathy - with NoorJehan Tourte
In this captivating episode, we have the honor of sitting down with NoorJehan Tourte, a remarkable individual who has ignited a movement of empowerment after her journey as a semi-finalist in the 2022 Sports Illustrated Swim Search Competition.
Inspired by her experience, NoorJehan has embraced her role as a beacon of empowerment for women worldwide.
Wisdom and Healing through Coherence - with Dr. Katelyn Lehman
We have the pleasure of sitting down with Dr. Katelyn Lehman, the co-founder and Chief Systems Architect of Quantum Clinic, an organization dedicated to empowering individuals in their mental health journey through the profound concept of heart-brain coherence.
Interview with Meloney Hendricks - BONUS CONTENT!
Meloney Hendricks talks about us being made in God’s image, and how the societal distractions and expectations of the world causes us to lose contact with ourselves and how God made us. She also explains how she’s shed the anger and pain to recapture her purpose.
And finally, you can’t miss the ABSOLUTE “Mike Drop” on her definition of the Road to Rediscovery!
Breaking Stigma: Navigating Mental Health with Meloney Hendricks
In this impactful podcast episode, we dive into a candid conversation with Meloney Hendricks, a Caribbean writer and mother of three. After her third child, Meloney was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, which became a turning point in her life. Inspired by her own journey, she founded the mental health blog "Dopamine on the Rocks" to create a safe space where individuals can share their experiences of managing mental illness and build a supportive community.
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