In this episode, Brett Dupree talks about his joy of painting. Then he talks to entrepreneur Ray Blakney. Ray Blakney is probably like every other award-winning Filipino-American entrepreneur who grew up in Turkey and lives in Mexico that you know. He started his first business, with his wife as a business partner, in 2008. Since
In this episode, Brett Dupree talks about the importance of mindset, AGAIN! Then he has a wonderful interview with Ingrid Cucchi Ingrid Cucchi (pronounced cookie) guides aspirational women who want to re-invent their career, to figure out whether their future lies in a different job, their own business or work of their own design, to
In this episode, Brett Dupree gives an update on his CBT and how he is working on changing his reactions to emotions, especially anxiety. Then he has a fun interview with Colin Thompson and how he became a Life Coach and Blockchain Technologies. Colin C. Thompson, a Canadian-born Jamaican, is the founder and CEO of
In this episode, Brett Dupree talks about getting help and how not getting help for the last 16 years have been one of his biggest mistakes. Then he has a wonderful conversation with Arlene Santiago on how she helps mom’s with their health issues. Arlene Santiago is a Health Transformation Coach and mom of three
Brett Dupree, the host of the Joyous Expansion Podcast created a club that he loved. Every week going to this club filled him with joy and showed him that he can fulfill his life’s purpose. Then Covid-19 took away the in-person meetings. Then the club started to go downhill. Brett Dupree ended up leaving the
In this episode, Brett Dupree talks about his reaction to Derek Chauvin’s conviction and has a wonderful interview with Alex Ray. Alex Ray lived most of his life in deep insecurity… fear of failure, people-pleasing, imposter syndrome. But hidden underneath he had life goals that were screaming to be set free. After hitting rock bottom
In this episode, Brett Dupree talks about his current malaise in life and how hard it is to get motivated. Again. Then he has a wonderful interview with John Nepper about peak experiences and having meaningful conversations in the workplace. John Nepper has been a professional speaker and a professional educator for over 37 years.
In this episode, Brett Dupree talks about general malaise and the problem he is having with thinking about living with purpose after feeling like he has known it for a long time. Then he has a wonderful interview with Keren Shamay who helps CEOs and Businesses create a great culture using goal setting and metaphysics.
In this episode, I open up about my anxiety about bragging about myself. Then I have a wonderful interview with Tekla Waterfield about her career as a musician. Tekla Waterfield is a Seattle based singer/songwriter and 2018 Listen Up! Women in Music grant recipient, and 2019 Jack Straw Cultural Center recording grant recipient, Tekla Waterfield
In this episode, Brett Dupree talks about how people should reach out to their QAnon Red Pilled friends and try to help them come back to reality during this tough time for them as their world is crashing down because everything they believe is now obviously false. Then he has a wonderful interview with Joie