In this digital era of super connectivity, the world can sometimes feel like a lonely and disconnected place. We believe it’s our duty to create change in the way we do business, in the way we view happiness, in the way we lead and influence, and in the places we find meaning. It’s time to embrace the emotions that we all have and explore them in ways that are practical and serve you and the people closest to you.


Our Podcast and this website is dedicated to sharing the stories and journey’s of other incredible humans. We want everyone to realise that we all have responsibility and a role to play as micro-leaders and micro-influencers, and that together we are stronger and better.


This episode starts out in a dark moment and grows from there. Karen talks about how she took the worst point in her life and used it to make the change she needed. We talk about fears; we talk about choices. We cover a lot of ground, so pull up a chair and listen up! 

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We chat with Karen Millsap, a grief consultant who's husband was killed when she was 29 with a 2 yr old son. She experienced the unimaginable, and turned tragedy into a higher calling to help others deal with loss and grief. Her life work is now to teach empathy and how to live a life with more abundance and joy.


Life can serve up some powerful punches that can seem incredibly cruel and unfair. Often, hardship is a tremendous opportunity in disguise to discover just who and what we can become in life. It’s so important to remember that we always have the freedom to choose our attitudinal stance to whatever pummeling life serves up. We can see ourselves as hopeless victims of an unfair fate. Or we can reach down deep into our core while focusing on serving others as we dig out way out. 

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We know empathy is important in relationships, but what about at work? Karen Millsap, CEO of Egency and TEDx speaker, joins us to share her story and how she’s using empathy to improve workplace culture. After losing her husband in a terrible tragedy, Karen realized how little support our society offers for grieving people. We’ll cover pivotal moments of her experience, how to best help our colleagues after trauma and how empathy and compassion can change the workplace for the better.


Trailblazers.FM is the #1 interview style podcast, hosted by Stephen A. Hart, exploring stories of today's successful black professionals, entrepreneurs, and leaders.

With Trailblazers.FM, you've got access to 150+ interviews in your pocket. We invite you to extract the knowledge, resources and tools from these accomplished professionals, and gain the know-how, confidence and motivation you need to blaze your own trail.

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It’s never been easier to start a business, but it’s never been harder to succeed. Each episode of The Growth Show explores the inspiring stories behind how people grow a business, an idea, or a movement.


As it happens, tough times will make or break us. Not only did Karen make the decision that this was going to "make" her a better and stronger person. She decided to take it beyond herself and expand what she learned, to the world. She now has developed a Soul Care community where she teaches the powerful self-care tools she learned in her master classes. Karen will also teach the audience a powerful mindfulness technique that she created called STOP & SHIFT. It helps us move from negative thinking to clarity and peace of mind. 

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World of Speakers was born out of a genuine desire to help mid-level speakers build their speaking businesses, and to talk with some of the brightest speakers, trainers, and presenters.

The World of Speakers Podcast takes the experience from experts speakers from around the world, which each new episode bringing new ideas, practical advice, and unique insights.


The Widowed Parent Podcast is your guide to the murky waters of “only-parenting“ after the loss of a spouse. After losing my husband to brain cancer when my kids were 9 & 11, I decided to set out each week in search of the best information, advice, and experts, and bring them straight to you.

Whether you listen at the gym, on your commute, or walking the dog, we hope you’ll join us for inspiration, empowerment, and connection.

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