88 :: Dating, Your Value + 30-Day Breakup Rule with Miriam Moufide

Episode Description

This is NOT your ordinary dating conversation!! Get ready for some FIYAH and POWERS through this conversation!! You’ll have this one on repeat…

Miriam Moufide and I have been friends for over 15 years. And, we’ve been through it all together. Miriam is one of the most brilliant, powerful, loving and loyal humans I know. She is a stand for humanity, women, peace and justice.

She also has insight into men, relationships and dating that makes her one of my go-to sources for advice, a swift kick in the booty and a reset on my worth, how I set myself up in romantic interactions and relationships and what’s possible for me to actually create what I desire to experience in this space.

Join Miriam and I for a POWERFUL and INSIGHTFUL conversation about dating, knowing and valuing your worth in romantic relationships, making it fun, keeping it sexy and the power of a 30-day breakup rule on Episode 88 of Ignite Intimacy!

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Miriam Moufide, aka The Gangstress is a singer, songwriter and social activist based in Montreal, Canada. Born in Wales to a Moroccan father and British mother, she was raised in Morocco. Miriam’s love for music and anthropology has led her to visit and live in 30 different countries, and to eventually put her experiences to music. Drawing on her education in theatre, music and workshop facilitation she worked with the Rainbow Caravan for Peace, performing in street theatre and giving workshops on bioregionalism, permaculture, ecovillage design, nutrition and spiritual gatherings.

 

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54 :: Relationship Advice + Knowing Your Worth with Charles J. Orlando

Episode Description Last October I was waiting for a flight at San Jose airport when I looked to my right and saw this well dressed, good looking guy with great energy sitting a few seats down from me. I did what any self respecting extrovert would do.. I said hello, introduced myself and inquired to know more about this interesting guy. His response?! ‘I’m a relationship coach.’ Aha! Of course! You know what happened next. I told Charles J. Orlando about Ignite Intimacy and told him we’d love to feature him. And, it wasn’t easy to schedule! Charles is in high demand between his show ‘7 Year Switch’ on Lifetime television, his private coaching practice, writing his 6th book and posting regularly to his robust social media following. Planning this took time, patience and effort. Join Charles and I as we do a deep dive into relational patterns, online dating in a social media obsessed world, knowing your worth and some one-on-one coaching Charles gives me during our conversation on Episode 54 of Ignite Intimacy! Charles J Orlando – BIO Charles J. Orlando is a relationship expert, bestselling author, and expert host of Lifetime’s smash-hit series Seven Year Switch. He has worked with tens of thousands of singles … Continue reading

I get by with a little help from my assistant ~ Inviting in a support team & utilizing them!

I’ve always wanted an assistant..  I used to work with people who had personal assistants and dream of what it would be like to have my own.  It used to seem like a far reaching fantasy, that i’d have to make a ton of money to have an assistant or be someone who was viewed as ‘important’ and ‘successful’ to have this type of support.  To keep it real, I did not deem myself worthy of having an assistant until I reached some conceived notion of what I thought signified success along with a certain level of financial gain in my career.   Recently I started to notice all of the time that was lost out of my day doing simple tasks.  I started opening up to having an assistant and what it would take to bring someone in.  I decided that I could take a leap of faith by attracting the right person in NOW, even though I’m in the early phase of building my business which includes getting my cash flow into the positive.   I’ve got to admit.. it was scary for me.  It brought my ‘stuff’ up in a major way.  I worried about how i’d … Continue reading