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Nov 3, 2020

What’s the impact of your story?

Author, angel investor, media personality, and consultant who helps entrepreneurs improve communication skills and increase revenue through writing, John Romaniello joins for an intimate and powerful conversation.

Well-known across multiple industries, John Romaniello has written hundreds of articles covering topics from business and marketing to fitness and self-development, and is the author of the New York Times bestseller, Engineering the Alpha (HarperOne 2013).

In 2015, John Romaniello founded Wellspring Media, a consulting company focused on helping increase income and influence through effective branding and storytelling.

John Romaniello currently serves as an advisor to nearly a dozen companies, freelances as a ghostwriter and copy-doctor, and offers services as a writing mentor and consultant helping  content creators become better writers.

In this episode, John reveals the story behind overcoming his debilitating depression. He shares how surviving his suicide attempts helped him move into a place of contribution and greater fulfillment for his life. Through his art and his gifts, John healed his relationship with himself. Plus, we talk about how women can better support the men in our lives by opening up communication more intimately. Tune in as John explains how to show up authentically in a way that actually feels good.

In this Episode You’ll Learn: 

  • All about today’s guest, John Romaniello [ 0:55 ]
  • How John introduces himself [ 5:50 ]
  • What made John who he is today [ 10:50 ]
  • How John found his self-acceptance [ 19:05 ]
  • About reconciling the hero + villain that lives inside of us [ 33:10 ]
  • The ways women can better support the men in our lives [ 46:30 ]
  • How to show up authentically in a way that feels good [ 57:25 ]


Soul Shifting Quotes: 

  • “Everything is a story.”
  • “Overwrite the trauma.”
  • “Make your husband feel safe to be a man.”
  • “Erode the resistance to vulnerability.”
  • “Find the edge that feels scary to share.”


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Tag me in your big shifts + takeaways: @amberlilyestrom 

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