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Fresh Tracks With Kelly Robbins

Being the first to pave the way for others is a unique calling for many of us striving to live a life of purpose and integrating that purpose into our business. At Fresh Tracks we don't believe in building cookie-cutter businesses. As individual as each of us are, I believe you are most successful when you listen to your intuition, honor your unique gifts, and create your business your way. And that often means not doing things the way everyone else does. This podcast was created to share ideas, cultivate best practices, and bring thought leaders together to help you create fresh tracks in your life and business.


Lent and the Journey of Release
This week Kelly Robbins takes us on a Lenten Journey of Release. First, we consider what Lent is. From a metaphysical perspective, what is Lent about? Lent is meant to be a period of spiritual growth where we flex our self-discipline muscle. Traditionally this is done by praying, confessing and abstaining or fasting. Abstaining from and letting go of something in our lives. Are we holding on to things that are ready to be released? Why are we holding on to it – what is the story we’ve created behind it? There is power and healing in letting go of unsupportive stories we’ve been holding on to. Releasing what no longer serves us can change who we are at a deep level. It changes how we know and connect with Spirit and ourselves. Using the energy of Lent as a season for powerful spiritual growth, we take the time now to release physically, energetically and spiritually.
30:56 03/23/2022
What's Love Got To Do With It?
Episode 97. In 1984, Tina Turner famously sang “What’s Love got to do with it?” Tina won two Grammy’s for the song and it is, in fact, a great question all of us can ask! What does love got to do with anything? In this Fresh Tracks episode, Kelly Robbins leads us in an exploration of love itself. Love is hard to describe. It’s not something we can see or touch, yet we feel it and recognize it when we experience it. Love is a powerful energy and in fact, Love is the very core of the Universe itself. As we struggle with different events in our lives, we can each take the time to answer the question, “What’s Love got to do with it?”  We explore some of the ways to both receive and give love, as well as simply how to recognize love itself. Each of us gives and receives love in different ways. Strengthening your skills as an expectant receiver and active giver of love are important attributes for each of us on the path to harnessing the immense spiritual power of love. And living and creating a life we love. Show Notes:  2:30 – A look at what Love actually is 5:00 – Hinduism and the origin of love 7:00 – What everyone needs to know about giving and receiving Love 12:30 – The role of affirmation and prayer in creating unity with Love 16:30 – Steps for Learning to Recognize Love 22:00 – Are you choosing from Love or fear? 25:00 – Visualization to connect with your heart center About Kelly Robbins Author of Trust Your Next Step: Creating the Confidence to Cut Fresh Tracks and the podcast, Kelly created her first business over 20 years ago, truly embracing the entrepreneurial spirit. Today she helps others live their divine purpose, live life as a fun adventure, and discover how to lead the right clients to their door consistently. Grab a copy of 10 Steps to Creating Your Fresh Tracks now for free here:
30:13 02/15/2022
Anchoring Goals and Desires
Setting goals, intentions and resolutions can be the fun and easy part of creating our dream life. Accomplishing the goals and following through with the effort in making them manifest is another ball of wax! In this Fresh Tracks Meditation, we anchor-in our goals and desires as well as release obstacles that pop up as we lean-in to the new us. More than visualizing, we energetically connect you with your accomplished goal.  Discover the 10 Secrets to Cutting Your Fresh Tracks at   
22:40 01/14/2022
Christmas Eve Meditation
Choose to show up with the energy that you believe will best serve yourself and others this Christmas season. This guided Fresh Tracks Meditation allows you to de-stress and live from a deeper, calmer place. Don't get so caught up doing and being for others that you forget yourself!  Discover the 10 Secrets to Cutting Your Fresh Tracks at 
22:39 12/24/2021
Living in Color
In this episode of Fresh Tracks I speak with author Mike Murphy about what it means to live in color. Mike Murphy shares the emotional details of his love story meeting, marrying, and losing the love of his life, Margot, to metastatic breast cancer. Mike serves as a spiritual guide, by example, on how to be a caregiver when your partner is terminally ill and you want to fight it as a team. Despite all adversities and hurdles, they still focused on living a life together filled with freedom, abundance and peace. Mike also shares messages for anyone experiencing grief and looking for purpose when faced with the crippling pain of their loved one passing away. Discover how to live each day sharing love with others, in Mike’s words, making love a verb, and how to consciously know and live from our connection with God, with the Universal Energy that is life. Mike shares his unique spiritual journey and the joy’s of living from your heart and loving life. Show Notes: 3:15 – What life is like when we live in color 7:45 – Love as a healing power 10:00 – Making love a verb 12:10 – Using our one source of energy with intention 18:00 – Moving from the head to the heart 23:30 – Death as a spiritual experience 27:00 – In response to seeing disparities in healthcare treatment MIKE MURPHY is the author of Living in Color: A Love Story, in Sickness and in Health. His mission is to share exactly how he has been able to co-create a life of freedom, abundance, purpose and love. He is the president and owner of Volkswagen Oakland and founder of the Love from Margot Foundation, which he established to honor his late wife. The foundation supports low-income women experiencing advanced cancer with emergency funds, education and resources needed for recovery. He is also the creator of The Creation Frequency Online course dedicated to teaching people how to create the life of their dreams, his book of the same name was released in 2018. He has been interviewed by Larry King and other show hosts. MMGIFT promo code to access course for free. Discover the 10 Secrets to Cutting Your Fresh Tracks at 
35:15 12/22/2021
Three Steps to Set Yourself up for Success
In this episode of Fresh Tracks Kelly walks us through a process to set ourselves up for success during the last few weeks of this year. Energetically, physically, mentally, and spiritually, being the brightest light you are can take more effort during this time of year. Intentionality is the key to success. Self-love, retaining (and gaining) your personal power and energetically closing what’s draining you are keys to maintaining a peaceful sense of self AND being the beacon of light you naturally are. Take some time now to determine what you want these last few weeks of the year to look and feel like. Kelly will walk you through some steps to get there! Set yourself up for success and be the kind of spiritual being you choose to be. Show Notes: 2:30 – The goal – Being the bright light that you inherently are 5:00 – Setting boundaries with self-love 11:00 – When your spiritual practice is a burden 14:30 – Tips for getting and staying in your power 18:30 – Closing out 2021 by wrapping up incompletes 22:00 – Visualization and energetic clean-up About Kelly Robbins Author of Trust Your Next Step: Creating the Confidence to Cut Fresh Tracks and the podcast, Kelly created her first business over 20 years ago, truly embracing the entrepreneurial spirit. Today she helps others live their divine purpose, live life as a fun adventure, and discover how to lead the right clients to their door consistently. Grab a copy of 10 Steps to Creating Your Fresh Tracks now for free here:
30:26 12/12/2021
Are We Experiencing A Global Transformation of Consciousness?
There is radical tension and discord across the world today. At times it feels unbearable. The magnitude of the turmoil makes me believe there is something bigger going on. What if we are we living through one of Earth’s great transformations? A time that will change the course of humanity forever. In this episode of Fresh Tracks we consider what’s been termed the “Axial Age”. A global shift in the consciousness of humanity. Such a powerful shift in humanity is bringing unprecedented turmoil and unrest on a global scale. Why? Because with all change there is discord. I share an overview of the world’s great religious leaders and their role in a previous transformation in human consciousness, and then we dive into some of the identifiable characteristics of today’s shift. Ultimately, we each need to know we play a role in today’s transition to a global consciousness. From the Universe in its’ totality, to how we interact with other species on our planet, to how we view and treat each other, we are intertwined and interrelated no matter where we reside.   Show Notes: 3:45 – About the First Axial Age 6:30 – A overview of the world’s great religious founders 11:00 – The consciousness transformation happening today 14:00 – Characteristics of this great transformation in religion, the environment, ecologically and ways of Being 19:25 – What this consciousness change means on a global level 23:00 – Using this period in time to evaluate ourselves and our role in this transition 26:00 – Different alternatives to deepening to your personal transformation About Kelly Robbins Author of Trust Your Next Step: Creating the Confidence to Cut Fresh Tracks and the podcast, Kelly created her first business over 20 years ago, truly embracing the entrepreneurial spirit. Today she helps others live their divine purpose, live life as a fun adventure, and discover how to lead the right clients to their door consistently. Grab a copy of 10 Steps to Creating Your Fresh Tracks now for free here: 
30:22 04/16/2021
Loving Relationships Meditation
This Fresh Tracks meditation brings to you the consciousness of unlimited Love for yourself and all others. This guided meditation expands the core vibration of the Divine -- Love -- in ourselves and guides us to expand this unlimited energy to all others. Fill yourself up with the high vibration of endless love in this 20-minute guided meditation. For more Fresh Tracks meditations register for free
23:45 02/12/2021
Fundamentalism, the Brain, and You
I found myself yelling at “them” on the television a few weeks ago. Angry. Disturbed at "their" lack of empathy for others. I experienced a complete disgust of those “other people” as a whole. In this week’s episode of Fresh Tracks, we look at what’s going on behind this anger and the “us versus them” mentality we see across the world today. This leads us to a discussion on brain scans, sacred values, religious fundamentalism and its meaning to us. Is our brain hard-wired to default to this anger and separatism? I share results of brain research that has been done specifically on religious fundamentalism, sacred values and our willingness to fight and die for what we believe in. Why does this “us versus them” scenario develop in the first place? And what can you, as an individual do to change it? Check out this episode of Fresh Tracks and discover how to physically change your brain to experience empathy, compassion and reason. Show Notes: 5:00 – Sacred Values and the role they play in decision making 8:30 – Us versus Them on a brain scan 11:00 – Are we all One? The brains natural hardwiring and the pull and tug of us vs them thinking 13:20 – How do you justify your anger? Becoming aware of your reactions and anger 17:15 – Recognizing when your sacred values are threatened 20:30 – Meditation and how it effects your brain 25:00 – Seeing your inner work when it shows up 27:00 – Willingness to fight and die for sacred vs non sacred values About Kelly Robbins Author of Trust Your Next Step: Creating the Confidence to Cut Fresh Tracks and the podcast Grab a copy of 10 Steps to Creating Your Fresh Tracks now for free here: 
31:04 02/12/2021
2020 Holiday Season Meditation
The holiday season in 2020 is like none other. In this 25 minute guided Fresh Tracks meditation we ground and center ourselves. We then focus on letting go of holiday stress. Accepting what is and releasing expectations, judgement and fear. And the feeling we should be doing something else. We fill ourselves with Peace, Love, Joy and Gratitude.  About Kelly Robbins Author of Trust Your Next Step: Creating the Confidence to Cut Fresh Tracks and the podcast, Kelly created her first business over 20 years ago, truly embracing the entrepreneurial spirit. Today she helps others live their divine purpose, live life as a fun adventure, and discover how to lead the right clients to their door consistently. Get the 10 Secrets to Creating Your Fresh Tracks now at
26:50 12/16/2020
The Subtle Energies that are Causing your Greatest Hardships
Feeling drained from the continued stress of the coronavirus and other world events? Many are unsure they can keep it together, let alone move forward in their life over the next few months. In this episode of Fresh Tracks, author and healer Cyndi Dale talks with us about our energy and the role it plays in our health. She specifically specializes in healing our energy from trauma, stress and chronic illness. What does it mean to care for our energetic, physical and psychological self during this stressful time? And what factors play a role in our energetic health? Cyndi talks to us about why it’s easier to deal with new stressors when not dealing with old stressors. She also shares specific tips for how to be aware of who’s stress we are actually holding. Is it your stress? A family member’s? An ancestor? Trauma prompts us to ask questions that we need to ask our self before we die. Cyndi helps us make the most of this time in our lives and provides tons of advice on how to heal old wounds so we can powerfully handle today’s stressors. Show Notes: 4:30 – How to avoid slipping into hopelessness. 8:55 – What spiritual questions are we prompted to answer before death? 12:45 – Tips for handling stress – it starts with identifying what is yours. 17:00 – Is this your energy or someone else’s? 22:00 – Specific techniques to release stress and trauma. 24:45 – How to recognize when it’s time to reach out for help. 25:30 – The powerful rock technique! 27:00 – Creating a physical sacred space in your home Discover the 10 Secrets to Cutting Your Fresh Tracks at 
33:20 11/19/2020
Philanthropy Revolution - Interview with Lisa Greer
In episode 88 of Fresh Tracks philanthropist Lisa Greer shares her journey from middle class entrepreneur to wealthy philanthropist. Excited with her family’s new wealth, Lisa was eager to generously give to causes important to her family. Lisa shares the surprising difficulties she had when wanting to donate to causes that hadn’t asked for it. Lisa shares, from a donor’s perspective, how to ask someone for money. We also explore how to receive it – many won’t. Lisa discovered that many fundraisers are uncomfortable talking about money and some wouldn’t take what she wanted to give – don’t let that be you! It starts with a conversation. It progresses with your passion. We discuss how to connect with people that have the means and the desire to give to causes they are passionate about – which may be yours. Gain insights into what people that donate are looking for when they give. Lisa shares ways to help potential donors realize if your organization meets their giving needs. Show Notes: 3:30 – Lisa’s story. How she became a philanthropist and gives for a living. 8:00 – An insight into why people have a hard time receiving money they didn’t ask for. 13:50 – Finding a concise way to tell donors why your organization matters. 16:50 – KNOWING there are people out there that want to give. 19:15 – The pitfalls of nonprofits tending to ask the same people for money over and over again. 22:30 – How to meet donors for your nonprofit. 28:00 – Learn what demographic has money that is being ignored. 32:00 – What different generations look for before they give to a cause. 37:20 – How to avoid the “taking vibe”. Discover the 10 Secrets to Cutting Your Fresh Tracks at 
40:53 10/26/2020
Let's Talk About Karen
The world is in great turmoil. A pandemic. Anger. Fear, and uncertainty permeate all corners of the globe. We are faced with a never-ending stream of difficult decisions to make. In this episode of Fresh Tracks we peek into the dynamics behind the Karen meme that has become so popular. Do you have anything in common with a white woman of privilege bullying others? Social media makes fun of the most extreme “Karen episodes”, and yet she manifests in many, less extreme situations. I believe it can be insightful to examine what role that “Karen” dynamic plays in our own lives in this episode of Fresh Tracks. I share a bit about the history of the Karen meme and what she represents in today’s world. What’s going on underneath the extreme meanness we see? Might it be worthwhile to spend time introspecting if there is some Karen in you? We also delve into the Universal Quality of more life and how to cultivate that quality even in these crazy times of upheaval. Finally, are you building your life from a place of power or forcing your way to getting what you want?   Show Notes: 3:45 – Renegotiating how we live 6:30 – Answering the question “What is mine to do?” in today’s world 9:00 – Karen and the history of white women and privilege 12:30 – Is it possible you are unknowingly being a victim? 13:45 – Look for these sneaky ways being a victim can show up 17:00 – Choosing to see opportunity in chaos 20:30 – Where to start when feeling overwhelmed. 25:50 – Are you being too hard on yourself?   About Kelly Robbins Author of Trust Your Next Step: Creating the Confidence to Cut Fresh Tracks and the podcast, Kelly created her first business over 20 years ago, truly embracing the entrepreneurial spirit. Today she helps others live their divine purpose, live life as a fun adventure, and discover how to lead the right clients to their door consistently. Get the 10 Secrets to Creating Your Fresh Tracks now at  
32:31 08/24/2020
CORONAVIRUS: An Opportunity to Face and Conquer our Fears
In this episode of Fresh Tracks I speak with Vincent Genna about the value of using the coronavirus pandemic and the change it has brought the world for our own healing. Vincent explains why we can choose to make this an opportunity for healing and choose to be in a different, better place after the pandemic. We do this by first acknowledging that we want to change and going beyond traditional coping skills to substantive healing. Sound good in theory yet more difficult to implement? Vince shares that it’s natural for our defense mechanisms to kick-in and try to prevent our healing and he provides tips for breaking down these defense mechanisms. We also discuss the importance of eliminating beliefs that prevent our ultimate healing. Creating Fresh Tracks starts with our accepting what is and leaning into the newness in our life. Being courageous enough to connect to our pains and parent ourselves through the often overwhelming inner hurts from the past are key to creating a more fuller and ultimately happier version of you.   Show Notes: 2:45 – Coping with vs healing our Self during the pandemic 6:45 – The power behind allowing yourself to feel and release emotions 10:00 – Acknowledge that you want to create something different 15:00 – How to recognize what you genuinely believe about yourself 21:00 – What to skip when processing emotions – bypassing the long process 25:10 – What it means to reparent your inner child 30:30 – Creating a fuller version of yourself 32:00 – Removing environmental pollution in your life About Vincent Genna World-renowned Vincent Genna combines his early background as a professional actor and singer, a Master’s in Clinical Social Work and his Hospice experience helping more than 500 patients through the dying process, with his uncanny skills as a metaphysician and psychic medium. The sum total of these experiences and gifts is a Psychic who can guide people not only to recognize what is preventing them from healing or attaining their dreams, but the necessary steps to get there.    Thousands of followers around the world have been inspired by Vincent’s warm and genuine keynote presentations on self-love and self-mastery for notable organizations such as the Edgar Cayce’s Association for Research Enlightenment, the Institute of Noetic Sciences, the International Association of Near-Death Studies, the Afterlife Research Education Institute, as well from his numerous interviews on Unity Radio, Hay House Radio, Coast to Coast AM, Gaia TV, the Hallmark Channel, Beyond Reality TV, celebrity podcasts and vlogs, and other ABC, CBS, and NBC shows. He is also a beloved speaker at various Unity Centers, Centers for Spiritual Living, Spiritualist Churches, and spiritual centers throughout the country. Currently, Vincent can be heard hosting his own weekly radio show called, Stop Stopping Yourself! on Unity Online Radio. Learn more at          
38:38 05/19/2020
400 Friends and No One to Call: Breaking Through Isolation and Building Community
Feeling alone and isolated during the coronavirus pandemic and stay at home orders? While social media enables us to make connections with more people than ever before, social isolation is a growing epidemic in the United States. During the pandemic, these feelings of isolation can be exasperated, with feelings of fear and overwhelm taking over. As it turns out, we can have hundreds of “friends” on social media without having any meaningful connections whatsoever. In this episode of Fresh Tracks, author Val Walker shares a two-step process to breaking through isolation, even in this time of self-isolation and the covid-19 pandemic. In environments where we find ourselves struggling to fit-in and hoping to find “our people”, Val provides tips for creating community and lasting connections that add depth, purpose and caring to your life, even while staying safe at home. Discover more at 
35:23 05/04/2020
Earth Day Prayer and Meditation
Environmental issues can seem overwhelming, yet when we turn our attention to small but significant acts that make an impact, we reignite the flame of hope and vision of living in harmony with nature and with respect for our planet.  I invite you to choose to lean-in today. To choose to join the collective consciousness and intentionally participate in our vision of healing our planet. Of achieving an ideal of a healthy and whole world for all. Join me for 20 minutes of prayer, meditation, and intention for our planet on this fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day. 
21:23 04/23/2020
The Power of Love
Looking for more love in your life? Love is the energy of Source - the energy from which all things flow. In this Fresh Tracks Meditation we tap into and expand love for yourself, love for others, and love for life itself.  See, feel and know the reality of infinite love by releasing anything guarding or protecting your heart. Know you are worth of love.
27:21 02/13/2020
Fresh Tracks Meditation
Gratitude is the foundation of living your life with ease, joy and intention. Because what you are grateful for you will see more of! How often do you pay attention to your thoughts and where your mind takes you? Gratitude changes how you see things and is an integral part of easily creating Fresh Tracks. When you are grateful you raise the vibration of yourself, what you see, and how you react. Join me in this 30-minute, guided meditation and create a sense of peace and loving kindness in your day and your life. Register here to receive access to live meditations.   
30:29 11/20/2019
Run Like a Girl
In episode 80 of Fresh Tracks I speak with Mina Samuels, author of Run Like a Girl 365 Days a Year. Mina shares her story cutting Fresh Tracks and discusses how vital it is for women to not only show up in this world but pursue excellence while they are at it! Mina’s insights into how we can all find balance in our lives involves bringing out our inner athlete, even if we don’t identify as an athlete. The key lies in discovering what nourishes and empowers our inner strength and resolve. Mina believes a great way to do this is with our bodies through physical activity. Finding inspiration in something other than ourselves and understanding that transformation is ongoing – it’s a journey not a thing to overcome, is how we run like a girl. The truth is that showing up as our authentic selves each day is what creates our strength as women and allows us to be happy. Mina shares how recapturing and retaining the energy that fuels us forward is what leads us to create a life of Fresh Tracks. Show Notes: 3:30 – How our essential girlness gets socialized out of us and what to do about it 7:00 – Following her intuition in cutting her own Fresh Tracks 11:00 – Authenticity is not a value, it’s a right when creating Fresh Tracks 15:00 – Coming back to the “I got this” consciousness 21:30 –Showing up in the world and pursuing excellence 26:00 – How strong women make happy lives 30:00 – Giving yourself permission to color outside the lines About Mina Mina Samuels is a writer, playwright and performer, and in a previous incarnation, a litigation lawyer and human rights advocate. In her new book, RUN LIKE A GIRL 365 DAYS A YEAR: A Practical, Personal, Inspirational Guide for Women Athletes Mina, shares daily wisdom as a spiritual running buddy for women on the run—which is all of us. Through entries for each day of the year, she explores the questions that confound us.
38:40 09/05/2019
Fresh Tracks Meditation
Negative feelings, thoughts, words and behaviors affect our mental and physical health, our self-esteem and our sense of self-worth. Forgiveness is not something we do for another person, it’s something we do for ourselves. By refusing to forgive, we hang on to feelings of blame, judgment, guilt, resentments, hurts and do not make room for the positive emotions and feelings we need to cut Fresh Tracks.  Join me in this 30-minute, guided meditation and forgive, release, and ultimately give yourself permission to move forward creating your life by design and with ease. Ultimately, forgiveness allows you to more easily create your Fresh Tracks!  Register here to receive access to live meditations. 
26:01 08/22/2019
Leading with Grace
Have you ever thought about the role Grace plays in your life? I hadn’t thought much of it before I spoke with John Baldoni, author of Grace: A Leader’s Guide to a Better Us. Our conversation led to a deep dive in the meaning and role of Grace in our lives as well as the powerful impact embodying this quality has on you and the lives of people you touch. Ultimately, Grace allows you to be a catalyst for the greater good and live your life in flow. John shares that being graceful naturally enhances your ability to cut Fresh Tracks. Grace is not a spiritual or esoteric concept – it is in your actions. Grace happens in the doing and is a state of being, like love or joy. Finally, we discuss the role mercy and forgiveness towards our self plays in being graceful. Take a few minutes and grace yourself with the insight’s found in this episode of Fresh Tracks! Show Notes: 4:30 – A look at what Grace is and why it is a valuable trait for leaders 9:45 – The lens you view life through: abundance or scarcity 11:15 – Generosity. Respect. Action. Compassion. Energy 16:20 – Why helping someone is a generative process 20:30 – The grace in doing 23:30 – The valuable role of trust in the quality of grace 27:00 – How mercy and forgiveness enables grace in yourself 29:00 – Tips for leaning in to Grace when faced with difficult situations 32:30 – Why patience plays an essential role in embodying Grace About John Baldoni John Baldoni is an internationally recognized leadership consultant, coach, and author of 14 books that have been translated into 10 languages. In 2018 named Baldoni a Top 100 speaker and Trust Across America honored him with its Lifetime Achievement Award for Trust. In 2019 Global Gurus ranked him #9 on its list of Top 30 global leadership experts, a list he has been on since 2007. As a highly sought-after executive coach and leadership educator, he has had the privilege of working with senior leaders in virtually every industry from health care to real estate, packaged goods to automobiles, and finance and technology. For more information please visit  
38:04 08/06/2019
Social Gravity and Harnessing the Natural Laws of Relationships
In this week’s episode of Fresh Tracks I speak with Jason Lauritsen about Social Gravity and the Natural Laws of Relationships. We start by discussing the role intentionality plays in relationships and how that is different than manipulation. There is great power in setting an intention when building new relationships and Jason shares with us how to set intentions and give us examples of good intentions vs bad intentions. Jason shares his number one way to build strong relationships as well as the number one mistake people make when meeting others that sabotages their ability to connect in an authentic way. The truth is that relationships develop one person at a time and taking the time to choose your relationships one by one, rather than accelerating it in a mass setting, is a key to achieving your goals in business and in life. Finally Jason discusses the concept of social capital, which is the value that we have access to in our lives because of the relationships we have with others. Show Notes: 5:35 – The role intentionality plays in relationships 12:30 – Your peer group and the role in plays in your growth 16:50 – What to do if you don’t have a natural connection with people in key roles professionally 20:45 – 2 Tips for building strong relationships when you are shy 26:10 – What is social capital and how do you build it? 27:45 – Common mistakes to avoid when building intentional relationships 32:00 – How to extend social media relationships into the real world 36:00 - The impact of social gravity About Jason Lauritsen Jason Lauritsen a keynote speaker, author and advisor. He is an employee engagement and workplace culture expert who will challenge you to think differently. A former corporate Human Resources executive, Jason has dedicated his career to helping leaders build organizations that are good for both people and profits. Most recently, he led the research team for Quantum Workplace’s Best Places to Work program where he has studied the employee experience at thousands of companies to understand what the best workplaces in the world do differently than the rest. Jason is the co-author of the book, Social Gravity: Harnessing the Natural Laws of Relationships. Connect with Jason at  
44:18 04/02/2019
Healing from Betrayal
In episode 76 of Fresh Tracks I speak with transformational psychologist and author Deb Silber about betrayal. When we are betrayed it hits us at a very deep, core part of ourselves and shatters our trust. When experiencing a betrayal, either in your personal or professional life, it’s imperative to process and heal rather than push down the emotions and forge on. Debi shares with us the five stages of healing from betrayal as well as the value of discovering the lessons that are there to be learned when you are betrayed. Both are instrumental in growing through this experience rather than having it ruin you. A betrayal hurts so much because it is intentional. We are forced to face the fact that someone close to us put their needs above ours. Initially, survival instincts and strategies take over and we function on autopilot. In this week’s Fresh Tracks we examine why many people get stuck in survival mode rather than heal and move into the growth phases we are designed to experience. Making meaning of the experience allows you to heal, learn the lesson you are charged with learning, and become the stronger and more resilient person you are meant to be. Show Notes: 4:15 – Recognizing post-traumatic betrayal 6:45 – Taking yourself from betrayal to transformation 10:00 – Why do betrayals keeps happening? 12:45 – How betrayal often drive us towards spiritual exploration 14:45 – Why we frequently don’t heal from betrayal 18:15 – The place most women get stuck when healing from betrayal 23:15 – How to recognize if you have post-betrayal symptoms 26:45 – Are there things you can do to prevent betrayal? About Debi Dr. Debi Silber, founder of The PBT Institute, is a Transformational Psychologist and a health, mindset, and personal development expert. She's an award-winning speaker, coach and author of the Amazon #1 Bestselling book: The Unshakable Woman: 4 Steps to Rebuilding Your Body, Mind and Life After a Life Crisis, The Unshakable Woman. Debi has contributed to FOX, CBS, The Dr. Oz show, TEDx, The Huffington Post, Shape, Self, Health, Working Mother, Forbes, Psychology Today, WebMD, Ladies Home Journal, Woman's World and Glamour, amongst others. Her doctoral study led to two discoveries around how women experience and heal from betrayal. Based on her findings, along with 27 years of health, mindset and lifestyle coaching, she's created a proven approach to help women heal (physically, mentally and emotionally) from a life crisis, specializing in betrayal.
33:37 02/14/2019
Fresh Tracks Meditation
One of the most powerful truths in the way Universal Law works is you have to let of things of a lessor vibration to make room for things of a higher vibration. The releasing needs to happen before, not after, what you desire arrives. This is known as the Law of Sacrifice. For example, you quit drinking beer and eating unlimited pan pizza every night before you attain the beach body you desire. In this Fresh Tracks meditation you will easily shed the baggage that’s holding you back and release what no longer serves your highest and best good – making room for the new. Providing you with the courage and ease necessary to manifest your Fresh Tracks! Register to receive full access to the live Fresh Tracks Meditations at 
30:17 01/17/2019
Fresh Tracks with Lola Wright
In episode 74 of Fresh Tracks I speak with spiritual leader and consciousness powerhouse Lola Wright. Our discussion runs the gamut from the important role being authentic plays in contributing to society as a whole and why self-expression can be such an important value to society. Lola shares her personal journey cutting Fresh Tracks from becoming a mom at 18, to a career in the finance industry to becoming the Spiritual Director of Bodhi Chicago. How do you know it’s time to for you to cut your Fresh Tracks? Lola answers this question and provides a 7-day process for checking “your aliveness” in your day-to-day life. We also discuss why cutting Fresh Tracks is important – because people who enjoy the life they are living are contributing more to the planet! Finally, we breach the topic of race in America and why it’s such an important topic to explore. Lola shares that you cannot shift what you cannot accept – and this applies to race as much as anything else. Show Notes 1:40 – On being yourself 4:00 –How Lola uses self-expression to serve others today 9:40 – Why paying attention to your aliveness can help you cut Fresh Tracks 13:50 – The number one thing that prevents people from creating the life they dream of 18:00 – Where are you outsourcing authority in your life? 22:20 – Why the world needs us to take radical responsibility for exploring our blind spots 25:00 – What ARE normal white people and why is it important? About Lola Wright Lola Wright is the Spiritual Director of Bodhi Chicago, a global center for consciousness engaging change agents and explorers locally and around the world. Lola is also the Founder of Normal white people. A platform designed to develop racial consciousness and untangle unconscious bias among white identified people. A fierce and loving leader who serves as a lightning rod for individual transformation in service of collective awakening, Wright is a guide, speaker, teacher, wife, and mom of four children. After spending 15 years with global financial institutions in banking and real estate, she is now a member of the Leadership Council of The Association for Global New Thought and a member of The Brain Trust with Chicago Ideas. Lola is a graduate of Emerson Theological Institute and a certified coach through the Conscious Leadership Group.
39:45 12/17/2018
Fresh Tracks Meditation
Giving and Receiving are an integral part of creating Fresh Tracks. Money, gifts, time, service, donating, reward, self-worth, circulation, flow are just a few of the myriad aspects to this freeing and enlightening meditation. The Universal Law of Giving and Receiving is a beautiful and often overlooked aspect of Universal Law we explore in this meditation. Join our meditations in real time online at  
24:19 12/06/2018
Mindfulness and the Key to Believing in Yourself
In episode 72 of Fresh Tracks I speak with mindfulness expert John Allcock. We dig deep into the role mindfulness plays in setting and achieving goals, our belief in ourselves, and how we handle failure. John shares that being mindful (aware) allows us to recognize if our thoughts are unrealistically negative – which impacts our belief in our self. Once we are aware we can then make the decision to check the thoughts out and see if they are correct and, if not, replace them with more accurate, positive beliefs and intentions. Which ultimately allow us to live a happier, fuller, and more meaningful life. Sounds great, but how do you do this you may ask? John shares techniques to train your attention so you don’t get wrapped up in distorted thinking that’s not realistic. Awareness gives us the power to realize we are choosing to listen to negative thoughts and the choice to choose positive thoughts. In this week’s show we also take a look at how we handle failure. Because if you look at failure as something to avoid you won’t set lofty goals or cut Fresh Tracks. In reality failure just means that you are trying new things. John shares that mindfulness training is the solution to all of these difficult issues. Check out this week’s show and decide for yourself. Show Notes: 4:00 – Why believing in yourself impacts the quality of the goals you set 5:50 – Tips for working your way through failure when you are in the midst of it 8:20 – The secret key to training your attention 12:00 – The art of being skilled in awareness 15:10 – An insight into how kids handle paying attention to their awareness 19:00 – You can try to pave every path or you can make some shoes…. 22:00 – The one thing you can do to avoid anxiety 23:50 – What if much of what you believe is wrong? 26:20 – How to start assessing what your beliefs are – particularly if you are unhappy About the Author: John Allcock has dedicated over 15 years to the practice and instruction of mindfulness. He is the Co-Founder and Director of Mindfulness at Sea Change Preparatory, a trailblazing academy that regularly implements the practice of mindfulness in it’s curriculum. The school’s emphasis on mindfulness set the foundation for the success of it’s students, including world-record-breaking swimmers, which were featured on NBC Nightly News. John is also a Harvard-educated trial lawyer and has been the Global Co-Chair of DLA Piper’s Intellectual Property Group. He lives in Del Mar, California with his wife and co-founder Cheryl. Together they have four children.
33:14 12/03/2018
How to Go On Despite the Appearance of Failure
In episode 70 of Fresh Tracks I speak with entrepreneur and author Rhett Power. Rhett shares his personal journey building a multi-million-dollar business and offers insights into how he continued on despite the appearance of repeated failure. Forced to analyze what was holding his company back, Rhett got the ‘big order’ of his life and quickly realized it would take more than a few quick fixes to transform his company into a success. Rhett shares how his positive relationships with his vendors and others is what helped him and his partner take their company to one of Inc. Magazine’s 500 Fastest Growing Companies two years in a row. Rhett tells us how the struggle building a company defined who he is today and why he doesn’t go into a venture with a plan B. Part of his key to success is knowing and following his own tolerance level. For Rhett this meant knowing when to not give up and go back to the safe, secure corporate job he had and continue to work on his business. Finally, Rhett shares the importance of having a personal mission statement and what you may learn by creating your own. Show Notes: 1:30 – Rhett’s journey building a 9-million-dollar company 6:20 – Rhett’s advice on how to know when to keep going or when to quit 8:55 – The role trusting yourself plays in making decisions 11:15 – How tenacity and relationships led to his BIG sale 14:00 – The day his company went from $80K a year to $9 million a year 16:20 – Relationships and their ability to make or break your growth 20:05 – One thing you can do to avoid floating through life 24:00 – What to put in place to make decisions in alignment with your values About Rhett Power Rhett Power is the author of THE ENTREPRENEUR’S BOOK OF ACTIONS and the Amazon bestseller One Million Frogs. He is also the co-founder of Wild Creations, an award-winning start-up toy company. He serves as a Columnist for Inc. Magazine and’s Make It series, where he shares advice on entrepreneurship, business, career growth and personal growth. In addition to THE ENTREPRENEUR’S BOOK OF ACTIONS, Power is the author of Amazon bestseller ONE MILLION FROGS. Prior to founding Wild Creations, Power worked as an economic and small business development consultant for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), serving seven years in the former Soviet Republics of Central Asia. Prior to that, he was Director of National Service Programs for Habitat for Humanity, which included being Habitat’s chief liaison to The White House, Congress, and the Corporation for National Service. A member of the United States Department of State’s International Speakers Program, Power travels the globe speaking about entrepreneurship, leadership, and management alongside the likes of Gates Foundation CEO Sue Desmond-Hellmann, AOL Founder Steve Case, and President Barack Obama. He has written for The Huffington Post, Time, and The Wall Street Journal and is a regular columnist for Inc., Success Magazine, and Business Insider. He served in the US Peace Corps and is a graduate of the University of South Carolina. He now has a rapidly growing coaching and consulting practice based in Washington, DC and Charleston, South Carolina.
35:33 11/13/2018
Law of Success Meditation
Do you expect Success in everything you do? Did you know that success is your birthright? The Law of Success is one of the 12 Universal Laws each of us uses as we manifest (whether we know it or not!). If you are struggling to achieve success in any area of your life you are blocking your energy in some way. It's usually unconscious and can be unblocked rather easily if you know how. In this special edition of Fresh Tracks we have a guided meditation for embodying the Law of Success. You are made for progress and growth because it is the nature of human beings to grow and expand. Advancement in all things is your overall purpose in life, and knowing this is imperative your achieving it. Because you have to expect success to get it! In this Fresh Tracks meditation we are embracing and embodying the Law of Success. Releasing blocks, listening to what our heart guides us to do, and helping others above all else are all aspects to the Law of Success. How different could your life look if you KNEW you were guaranteed to succeed? Join me in our Law of Success Meditation and find out! 
23:19 11/08/2018
Three Things You Need to Know About Yourself to Cut Fresh Tracks
In this special edition of Fresh Tracks, Kelly dives deep into both the physical and spiritual realities of creating Fresh Tracks. Kelly shares insights into both Universal Law and the human aspects of creating your life with intention, power and grace. The journey creating Fresh Tracks starts with knowing what IS possible. Not just what you think you are capable of, but the essence of what each of us is born with. Are we truly capable of manifesting instantaneously? Without struggle or strife? Or is the pain part of the expansion process? What would manifesting look like if you could completely let go of all your crap? A deep understanding of WHO you are and what you are made of allows each of us to embody the truth of what we are capable of accomplishing. In this episode we examine the nine basic traits each of us are innately born with and discuss why it’s imperative we not only understand but embrace these qualities fully in order to create our life with intention. Why it’s important to know yourself, your quirky sabotaging habits, and the lens you view incidents from are all covered in this special episode of Fresh Tracks. Finally, we discuss understanding the tools you have to work with – Universal Law. What are some common mistakes people make when working with Universal Law and how to overcome them. Finally, we dive into how to recognize why you are struggling to create your Fresh Tracks and what you can do about it. About Kelly Robbins Kelly Robbins, MA, an award winning author, business coach, and speaker is the author of Trust Your Next Step: Creating the Confidence to Cut Fresh Tracks. Kelly also publishes The Edge, a free e-zine that provides Universal tips and guidance that ultimately helps you discover the confidence to cut fresh tracks in your life and business. Over 17 years ago Kelly made the tough decision to quit her corporate J-O-B and to create her own Fresh Tracks by starting a business and working from home while raising her three daughters. Kelly Robbins Coaching is her fourth successful business and she now helps others create the same results in their lives. Kelly believes that by living your divine purpose, approaching life as a fun adventure, and trusting your next step we can all achieve the goal of creating our own Fresh Tracks. Author of Trust Your Next Step: Creating the Confidence to Cut Fresh Tracks, and the Clients on Purpose training program, Kelly helps others create the confidence to cut Fresh Tracks. Kelly proudly produces the Fresh Tracks with Kelly Robbins podcast. Want more? Fresh Tracks training course starts soon! Learn more and register here now.
56:57 09/26/2018