Reframing isn't easy...Especially on your own.
We are here to help you.


We are two women from different walks of life who met on our journey's of personal transformation, doing the deep work to learn who we are, and how to lead. We started looking for podcasts to help us continue grow, develop and transform through our years.

We found some online content, however we wanted more.

We wanted a podcast that addresses personal development head on, speaks the truth about fear, doesn't shy away from speaking the hard truth about how hard personal development and change is, and provides practical strategies for women to take steps to live and lead authentically, and to achieve their goals.

We couldn't find it, so we created it!

On our podcast we invite and encourage you to reflect on all areas of your life. To question and consider where you are now and where you want to be.
We focus on encouraging a mindset shift from "I can't" to "I can".
We talk about how we can realign our reality to reach our potential.  

And we bring you guests who will inspire you with insight into topics covering physical and emotional health, leadership, spiritual health and more.
We invite you to pour yourself a glass of wine or make a cup of tea, and enjoy!

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sandy Reynolds

With over twenty years of international experience in learning and development, Sandy's passion is learning and helping others to reach their full potential. She has been married for over 30 years (to the same man!), has two adult children, two (adorable) grandchildren and a cat. 
For more on Sandy Reynolds, click on the photo above. 


Jo-Anne Gibson

Jo-Anne, a native Australian, coaches and trains people to develop their leadership and team management skills, to reach their full potential. Jo-Anne has lived in three countries and brings this unique perspective to her work and life. She and her husband now call Canada home, where they enjoy food, wine, travel, and lots of healthy physical activity.
For more on Jo-Anne Gibson, click on the photo above.