Johnny Crowder is a suicide/abuse survivor, TEDx speaker, Billboard-charting heavy metal musician, Certified Recovery Peer Specialist, and the Founder & CEO of Cope Notes, the text-based mental health platform that provides daily support to users in nearly 100 countries around the world.
Life is all about balance. If you want to have a happy personal life as well as a successful professional life, you must find a way to strike that balance. Likewise, if you constantly strive for something that can never be achieved, you’ll end up disappointed and resentful. To help you achieve this sense of balance, here are things you should stop doing to improve your personal life.
After over 10 years of being a Senior Executive in the beauty industry, Soul Strategist Andi Eaton became a student of Astrology, Human Design, Meditation, and Kundalini. She lives for the mission of inspiring others to find their most authentic selves and the confidence to go for their big, juicy dreams.
Colm Holland describes himself as an ever-changing and progressing author, a husband, an alchemist, and a seeker of truth.
Michi Mavros is a content creator, small business owner, mother, and advocate for mental health. Michi herself is someone that lives with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and is outspoken about what it is like through her work. Her content on social media platforms serves to provide advice, inform, and lead discussions around BPD.
Amelia Vogler, an energy healing specialist, introduced herself as “a person who strives to align with beauty and support others in living and knowing beauty in their lives. Her definition of beauty encapsulates the virtues of truth, beauty, being a good neighbor, and how to uplift voices. Vogler calls herself a “tiger” in the field of energy medicine and believes each of us is worth fighting for. She considers herself a fierce ally of beauty who advocates for the betterment and change necessary in this healing world.
Kristen Butler, aka Positive Kristen, is the founder and CEO of Power of Positivity. Kristen is passionate about helping people turn negative thoughts and feelings into a more positive mindset and lifestyle. She recently published her first workbook, “3 Minute Positivity Journal: Boost Your Mood. Train Your Mind. Change Your Life.” in 2021. Since then, it’s remained a bestseller. Kristen has been inspired to share her personal experiences and struggles to help uplift others.
Jessica Ping-Wild is a model, content creator, and triple-threat. Ping-Wild was born with CHILD syndrome, a genetic condition that causes skin, limb, and, in some cases, organ deficiencies on one side of the body. Specifically, she was born with a shortened arm and a shortened leg that doctors further amputated when she was only a couple of months old. Due to her limited mobility, Ping-Wild sometimes uses mobility aids such as a wheelchair, thus inspiring her lifestyle blog called The Rolling Explorer.
Bradley King is a gender-nonconforming Cannabis coach, mental health advocate, and actor who experienced the despairs of life from a very young age. He rose above the many miseries that came across him and influenced him to become the hardworking activist and family man he is.