After getting her start as a content creator on YouTube, Kelsi Davies was inspired by a friend to join TikTok. She has made a name for herself on the platform with unique paranormal content, acting skits, and choreography. Her content quickly went viral and she has built a loyal fanbase. Some of her most popular videos feature a haunted doll she named Lola and you can watch one here. Davies is also a psychic medium who discovered her ability to connect with spirits on the other side at a young age. After a recent spiritual awakening, she has made it her mission to connect loved ones with their deceased relatives and show her followers that not all spirits are evil or scary. Her successful YouTube channel, where she gives viewers insight into her everyday life while also incorporating her love of the paranormal.
In today’s world, resilience is one of the most valuable qualities one should learn. Over the course of the past year, we have all been affected by a global pandemic, seen multiple fights for justice, and have dealt with our own personal challenges in life as well, which is why being resilient is so important. Learning to overcome obstacles that come in your way, or bouncing back from a setback is something that will help you persevere and become the best version of yourself that you can be.
Juliet Ramos is a survivor, mental health advocate, and podcast host. Ramos owns and operates the BrokenGirl Unchained (BGU) brand, including, of course, her BGU podcast, her BGU blog, and other creative projects and entrepreneurial pursuits. She explores various topics in her articles and episodes—such as mental health, loss, love and sex, and heartbreak and divorce—and she is completely “unchained” when speaking on these subjects, offering both her personal opinions and professionals’ perspectives.
Not only is Angela Soffe an incredible force on her own, but she has a heart for empowering women in music and advocating wellness. Her upcoming album, being produced in Nashville, is led by an all-female team. Earlier this year she started an education brand called “Heroica,” where she teaches women how to step into their true identity and live out their creative dreams. In her words, Heroica is “teaching girls how to exude confidence, release limiting beliefs, and see the impossible come to life. I have a lot of say about this as it’s been my own life experience that we are capable of so much more than we think is possible.”
Linda Pallien (MyCheerLinda) is a world-class career strategist, award-winning serial entrepreneur, author and speaker. She has helped thousands of people around the world transform their professional and personal lives. With a passion for people, her mission is to inspire more people to leverage their natural talents, and take a more conscious and long-term approach to their career. As she puts it: “You have genius inside you, your mission is to find it, leverage it and serve the world with it.”
Jack of All Trades: An Interview with Singer/Songwriter, Actress, and Published Author, Kendra Muecke
Kendra Muecke is a singer/songwriter, writer, actress and published author, originally from Houston, Texas, and now lives in Los Angeles, California. She is very connected spiritually and uses her spirituality in her art. She also likes to open up channels for conversations on tough issues. She also helps other artists grow, aiding in advertising and marketing.
On May 24th, 2008, Laura Sharpe, one of her daughters and a few family friends boarded a helicopter in Long Beach, California, intending to travel to Catalina Island for the Memorial Day weekend. Her husband and his friend traveled to the Island via boat. The helicopter crashed.
It’s easy to get dissuaded in life, especially when everything around you seems to be falling apart. Going through a struggle in any form is inevitable. While it may test every ounce of patience you have and every bit of fight you got in you, there’s always a purpose behind all hardships one faces. But not giving up even when things seem bleak and inspiring and giving people hope that things will get better is extraordinary.
To have a passion is one thing; to have a purpose is another. And when that passion is psychiatry, and that purpose is to destigmatize mental health, very few people have the necessary perseverance to fulfill their calling. Dr. Jake Goodman, however, has all the passion, the purpose, and the perseverance, not to mention an impressive 1.3 million social media followers supporting him in his endeavors.