From sour to sweet; where the cool people meet. Where we shine the spotlight on individuals overcoming obstacles and turning their lemons to lemonade. Specializing in connecting people with their stories and their stories with the world. Courageous leaders inspiring others through their authenticity and raw truths. Join us Michelle Faust and a new guest each week.

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  Lynn Brown was a typical working mom with two children and a supportive husband. Life was good. Yet, at a point when her career was peaking, and they were coordinating family schedules well, Lynn began to feel that it was not the right place for her to be. Both she and her husband traveled for their respective jobs and they could afford a great nanny to allow for that. She had been worried that
  Nothing in life quite compares with the beauty and strength behind a mother’s love. Julie Jones and I discuss the joys and hardship of raising children, especially with a disability. Julie experienced that x 2 with both of her daughters. Most women enter motherhood with little to no training. None of us come prepared to know how to take care of the additional needs of a child born with a disability, illness, or physical
  Gabe Cox is a mindset accountability coach, mother of 3 active, homeschooled boys, and an avid runner. She is an accomplished writer having written the bestselling book “Mind Over Marathon”, before joining the team on “The Lemonade Stand 2”. Her lemonade story is about a battle with depression, eating disorders, and unhealthy over-exercising. As a Christian she felt some shame in struggling with these issues when she felt a strong faith should be enough.
  Today’s podcast with Dani Warren covers how her earlier and young adult years shaped not only her career goals, but how she differentiates herself from her colleagues. When she chose the industry of insurance and financial services her motivation wasn’t solely on commissions. She focused on the people first because she understands the vulnerability clients feel, and lack of understanding of unique circumstances that may dictate certain financial plans. She opened her own office