Month: May 2019

Rebuilding w/ Mark Stephen Pooler

Mark Stephen Pooler has overcome the kind of adversity that most people cannot even comprehend. He has taken the resilience from his past trauma and turned that into an inspirational determination to help others.

After years of being severely bullied, Mark turned to drug addiction and started down a dark road of self destruction that nearly ended his life. After having the strength to overcome his addictions, he rebuilt his life stronger than ever.

Follow Mark’s journey – Instagram | LinkedIn | Facebook | Twitter

This podcast is brought to you by Minimalism Life – A simple life is one with less stress, less stuff, and more purpose. We love these guys because they publish awesome content on a weekly basis about minimalism as a tool to help you be more focused and feel more fulfilled. Check them out minimalism.life

Don’t forget all of these awesome guests end up in our journaling app and mental fitness tool KYŌ to help guide you through your daily reflection. Take it for a spin in the Apple App store and let us know what you think.


Music: Clouds – Joakim Karud
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9O13PpAoVdI

One breath w/ Jeremie Saunders from Sickboy

Jeremie is an award-winning actor, producer, and host of popular Canadian media, including film, television, and podcasts. Living with a genetic disease called Cystic Fibrosis, Jeremie is passionate about shifting the perspective and stigma around chronic illness and death. Using humour and frank, unfiltered discussions Jeremie speaks to living critically and passionately and making the most of the time we have left

Jeremie co-hosts and produces the Sickboy Podcast & Turn Me On Podcast

This podcast is brought to you by Minimalism Life – A simple life is one with less stress, less stuff, and more purpose. We love these guys because they publish awesome content on a weekly basis about minimalism as a tool to help you be more focused and feel more fulfilled. Check them out minimalism.life

Don’t forget all of these awesome guests end up in our journaling app and mental fitness tool KYŌ to help guide you through your daily reflection. Take it for a spin in the Apple App store and let us know what you think.


Music: Clouds – Joakim Karud
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9O13PpAoVdI

Dropping The Pressure To Impress w/ Blessing Adogame

Blessing Adogame is pursuing a BS in Information Systems, with minors in Security Technology and Business Administration at Drexel University. She is a Community Leader, Woman in Tech, Public Speaker and Co-founder of “Students of LinkedIn.”

She’s a global citizen who has lived in Nigeria, Germany and Scotland. Blessing is an adherent believer in the power of storytelling. She believes that stories and experiences pave the path that enhances a person’s voice. She has been involved in various speaking engagements in different countries as it concerns LinkedIn and Student Development. Currently, she’s a Campus Editor for LinkedIn and guides students towards building a personal brand for themselves.

She aspires to create a space, not only where she can continue to help other students around the world, but where students can help students. Ultimately, creating a synergistic movement and mindset.

Follow Blessing’s journey 👉 LinkedIn & Students of LinkedIn

This podcast is brought to you by Minimalism Life – A simple life is one with less stress, less stuff, and more purpose. We love these guys because they publish awesome content on a weekly basis about minimalism as a tool to help you be more focused and feel more fulfilled. Check them out minimalism.life

Don’t forget all of these awesome guests end up in our journaling app and mental fitness tool KYŌ to help guide you through your daily reflection. Take it for a spin in the Apple App store and let us know what you think.


Music: Clouds – Joakim Karud
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9O13PpAoVdI

Be There For You & Others w/ Jesse Hayman of Jack.org

Jesse Hayman is the Director of Development & Communications for Jack.org, Canada’s only youth mental health charity that trains and empowers young leaders to revolutionize mental health.

Most recently, Jesse has led the development of Be There, an engaging tool for people to learn how to support one another through mental health struggles. Be There launched this week and we’re also proud to announce we have a complementary KYŌ pack loaded with reflective questions to help you help others and of course yourself.

Visit Jack.org to get involved.

Music: Clouds – Joakim Karud
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9O13PpAoVdI

Moving Past Your Personal Default w/ Mark Metry

Today Mark Metry is a Forbes featured speaker interviewing billionaires, New York Times bestselling authors and world-class human beings on his top 100 podcast Human’s 2.0 but at one point he couldn’t make direct eye contact with anyone and suffered from social anxiety from health issues and not living the life he was strategically designed to live.

We jump into the changes Mark made to get to this point and the practices / routines he continues to use allowing him to live at his best.

Check out Mark’s KYŌ Pack “Working Through Social Anxiety” loaded full of reflective questions and tips to work through social anxiety.

Follow Mark on the socials – LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter

Music: Clouds – Joakim Karud
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9O13PpAoVdI