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Jump Start Your Joy

Jump Start Your Joy is a podcast by Paula Jenkins, a transformative life coach, retreat leader, and speaker living in the San Francisco Bay Area. The show focuses on the many ways that people follow their dreams, and look for joy in their every day lives. Paula hand picks guests with inspirational stories; people who have intentionally and mindfully decided to follow a path that brings them joy. We talk about how adversity can bring out one's strengths, how acceptance precedes growth, and how curiosity about one's life and the world around them often leads to finding one's greatest joys. A mix of humor, life coaching, and genuine love of people lead to the quirky and fun style of this podcast.
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Now displaying: October, 2017
Oct 31, 2017

Briana and Dr Peter Borten join host Paula Jenkins to share about their new book, Rituals for Transformation. Learn about creating your own sacred rituals, how to get in touch with what matters to you, and how to find enlightenment.

Oct 24, 2017

Christine Petty of the Free Her Spirit podcast joins the show to talk about learning to love and trust yourself, and how to connect with your own authentic spirituality. Learn about creating sacred space, discovering rituals, and exploring spirituality.

Oct 17, 2017

Caitlin Greer Meister is a voice actor, educational consultant, and mentor to artists. She joins host Paula Jenkins to share how you can create an authentic artistic career that provides the money, meaning, and freedom you desire.

Oct 10, 2017

Jorden Roper joins host Paula Jenkins to share about copywriting, working as a freelancer, starting her own business, and working with entrepreneurs.

Oct 3, 2017

In the Season 3 kickoff, Paula looks at ways to reconnect with joy when something you once loved doing now feels heavy.

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