Whether you are a recovering perfectionist, a paralyzed dreamer, or a balanced achiever--this podcast is for you!

In this podcast, I interview men and women who are working on achieving goals, improving themselves, and making something special of their lives, all while maintaining a healthy balance.  In short, people who know that life is about progress, not perfection.

Each interviewee has something unique to offer.  What ties them together?  They have all had to overcome major obstacles on their path to success (including many failures), and they learned--at times the hard way--that the pursuit of progress needs to include balance and a whole lot of self-acceptance.  

You can find the podcast here on the blog, on iTunes, Stitcher, SoundCloudPocketcasts, Googleplay, or search for "About Progress" in your podcast apps.

You can peruse these podcasts and learn more about them individually HERE.

I know you will find at least one interview that you can relate to and be inspired from.  Enjoy!

Interested in starting your own podcast and needing some guidance?  Click HERE.
Please click on the photos below to access past episodes.  Don't know where to begin?  Start at the bottom ("Introduction") and work your way up!

Staying Strong Through Terminal Illness

How to Revolutionize Your Goals by Defining Your Why

Persevering Your Own Way

How to Empower Kids to Use Technology for Good

Each of Us Is Extraordinary, All of Us are Ordinary

Discovering Greater Strength By Embracing the Broken

Racing Toward What Matters Most

State of the Podcast Address

Developing Our Creativity, and Using it as a Tool to Fight Depression

"Get Over Yourself:" When Perfectionism Undermines Your Development, Your Relationships, and Your Peace of Mind

Battling Addiction from a Place of Love, Not Hatred

Moving Beyond the Superficial

Spreading Positive Vibes
Learning the Value of Time
Rising From a Broken Heart
Achieving Big Goals, In Small Ways
Strengthening Through Surrendering
Special Q&A Episode

Propelling Yourself to Greater Opportunities

Food: How to Use It, Not Abuse It; Part TWO

Rediscovering Hope in Parenting through the Growth Mindset

Being Your Own Kind of Brave

Fighting for Children with Special Needs

Illuminating the Possibilities for Growth

Food: How to Use It, Not Abuse It; Part One

Finding Your Mission In Life, Through Life's Twists and Turns

Creating a Happy Life, In Spite of Incurable Disease

Empowering Yourself to Become the Best Version of You

Approval-Seeking Vs. True Goodness; How to do Things for the Right Reasons

Fitness: How to Use It, Not Abuse It

Starting Small, Dreaming Big

Valuing Who You Are First, Not What You DO

Embracing a New Life After Divorce

Sometimes You Don't Make the Cut

Navigating Crisis as a Family

Sharing a Light in the Wilderness

Looking for Blessings Despite Chronic Illness

Choosing More Happiness

Fake It 'Til You Make It

Owning Our Struggles

Shifting Thinking Towards Greater Fulfillment

Finding Joy in the Real "You!"

Technology: How to Use It, Not Abuse It

Daring to Try

Being Present in Others' Suffering

Using Self-Love to Rebuild after Great Loss

The Power of Goals

Fighting Mental Illness, Together

Speaking Up Against Stigmas

Reaching for the Stars
Overcoming Shame with Connection

Deliberately Living a Life of Joy

Confronting External Pressures

Pushing for Growth
A Psychotherapist's Take on Perfectionism
Cultivating a Life of Rich Moments

Harnessing the Power of Listening

Moving Toward Unapologetic Self-Acceptance
Pushing Back Against Disordered Eating and Infertility

Do Something Revival

Running Toward Fears While Battling
Postpartum Anxiety

Placing Your Heart in the Work
That Matters Most

Owning Our Gifts and Finding True Strength
Comes From Balance

Reaching For Success While Powering
Through Depression and Anxiety

From Amateur Athlete to IRONMAN,
One Step at a Time

Saying Yes to the Right Dreams at the Right Time

Choosing to Live Joyfully and Productively Amidst
Years of Health Struggles and Infertility


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