Sonia Molodecky

Author of A New Human Story, Co-founder of the Global Indigenous Development Trust

https://www.facebook.com/sonia.molodecky

Sonia Molodecky is a Canadian-Ukrainian lawyer, entrepreneur and heart-centered warrior who’s spent more than 15 years working in human rights, international law, business, economic development, community empowerment and her own personal journey into herself. Sonia has spent the past 7 years living and working with indigenous nations around the world, as a facilitator, partner, shaman apprentice and friend, gaining a deep understanding of both ancient systems and modern ways, and our interconnection with all life. She is a certified kundalini yoga practitioner, energy healing facilitator, avid adventurer and explorer of the natural world. Sonia speaks world-wide on topics related to meaningful collaboration, life economies, the power of partnerships and the benefits of informed, empowered and engaged communities. “It is time for us to take back our human story and co-create a new vision for a world that is in harmony with ourselves, each other, the Earth and all beings,” says Molodecky. Her book, A New Human Story: A Co-Creator’s Guide to Living our True Potential. launches December 2020. You can learn more about Sonia, her book and her podcast at www.soniamolodecky.com and follow her at https://www.instagram.com/soniamolodecky or https://www.facebook.com/sonia.molodecky

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Rhea Sheedy of ‘Ballet Fusion’: “Do one nice thing for someone else every day”

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Tara Clancy: “Respect yourself enough to get sufficient sleep each night”

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Stacy Conlon: “Stop and breathe”

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Dr. Jud Brewer of Sharecare: “Healthy eating is key to promoting overall wellbeing”

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Dr. Yuna Rapoport of ‘Manhattan Eye’: “Don’t overcommit”

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D and Julie Sharma: “Wake up early and do something good for yourself immediately”

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Loren Swift: “A daily gratitude practice”

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Dan Cohen of Right to Music: “Getting together with family and friends in person when possible or online”

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Alexis Black of Redefining Normal: “Being relentless in my research for resources”

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Dr. Brandy Gillmore of ‘Heal Yourself, Change Your Life’: “Embody Your Vision”

by Sonia Molodecky
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Elliot Connor of Human Nature Projects: “You need to know how to listen”

by Sonia Molodecky
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Sabrina Spotorno: “Practice Mindfulness Meditation”

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Veronique Ehamo: “Research the needs of the community you wish to help”

by Sonia Molodecky
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Dillon Hill of ‘Live For Another’: “You’re not alone”

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Shondrea Turnbull: “Connection to a Higher Power”

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Jamie Price of MyLife: “Take full responsibility for your decisions”

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Colleen Elaine of ‘Brite Life Transformations’: “Seek the good in everything”

by Sonia Molodecky
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Dr. Greg Lane of Pacific College of Health and Science: “Nature is by far the best teacher”

by Sonia Molodecky
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Sandy Critides: “You are what you eat”

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Lily Dulan: “Having some sort of steadfast and ongoing support system”

by Sonia Molodecky
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Fay Zenoff: “Offer Gratitude”

by Sonia Molodecky
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Chrissy Papetti: “Do not postpone the day you can get started or you may never do it”

by Sonia Molodecky
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Ryan Hickman of Ryan’s Recycling: “Spread the word to get others involved”

by Sonia Molodecky
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Melba Tellez of ‘Mujeres on the Rise’: “Prioritize what matters”

by Sonia Molodecky

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