Amazing Relationships with Kim Wilson

/Amazing Relationships with Kim Wilson

Relationships are impactful and exist everywhere you go. You get to decide whether or not your relationships will serve as a solution or problem in your life. This podcast offers information, tips and resources to building health relationships on a personal and professional level.

Episode 47: 4 Tools to Power Up Your Relationships

Just like a cellphone, relationships must be powered up to work. This charged up podcast delivers four tools to help you keep your relationships functioning on a healthy level. Resources mentioned in podcast: Discussion on “Family Roles” cited from Real Relationships by Drs. Les & Leslie Parrott

By | February 14th, 2019|0 Comments

Episode 46: 5 Ways to Change Your Life

Life will always offer change. Our age, body, thoughts and feelings will all change with time. Many times, when we feel stuck and unfulfilled, it’s because change is needed in one or more areas of our life. In this podcast, I offer five ways to create change in your life. At the end of the podcast, I give details about an upcoming live event where I will be speaking. Click the following link for more information and registration:

By | February 7th, 2019|0 Comments

Episode 45: Freddie Allen on the Power of “Just 3 Words”

Words are powerful. Words can heal or hurt. Mr. Freddie Allen is an entrepreneur, author, and owner of publishing company, FHA Books, LLC. He recently wrote a book titled “Just 3 Words.” The book is comprised of three-word phrases that promote positive, inspirational, and encouraging affirmations that can be life changing. In this episode, Freddie breaks down how to be intentional on sharing three words that impact people in a powerful way. Find out more about Freddie at Follow Freddie on Twitter @FHABooks.

By | January 24th, 2019|0 Comments

Episode 44: Get Fit in 2019 with Moses Carroll

We are at the beginning of 2019 and many people are creating New Year Resolutions. One of the top resolutions is losing weight. Losing weight is more than dropping pounds. To help us unpack this topic, meet Fitness Trainer Moses Carrol, the owner of M.C. Healthcare and Fit Squad Studios. He created a studio space to provide free and affordable fitness classes to the Atlanta community. His mission is to build a better health & wellness network across the Metro Atlanta Area. Check out Moses at He can also be reached at 404-454-1066 or 504-975-0777.

By | January 17th, 2019|2 Comments

Episode 42: Four Ways to Have an Amazing Holiday

We are in the midst of the 2018 holiday season. Some people are feeling festive and cheerful. They have created lists and checked them twice! There are also individuals experiencing the “holiday blues.” The holiday blues can be triggered by someone not get something they want, such as the presence of a deceased love one, family, love, acceptance, success, etc. This powerful podcast offers 4 ways to experience joy and happiness during the holiday season.

By | December 21st, 2018|0 Comments

Episode 41: 5 Ways to Avoid Family Conflict During Thanksgiving

Many people look forward to gathering with family members during Thanksgiving. However, there are also people who dread the holiday because of family tension and poor family ties. Thanksgiving can feel like an emotionally loaded battlefield for some people. This podcast offers five powerful tips to help avoid family conflict during Thanksgiving.

By | November 16th, 2018|0 Comments

Episode 40: How to Overcome Loneliness

As we approach the holiday season, it’s not uncommon for people to experience loneliness. The dictionary defines loneliness as “being without company; cut off from others; not frequented by human beings; sad from being alone. I’m using Webster's definition to unpack this topic. NOTIFICATION ALERT! Register for upcoming live webinar here:

By | November 2nd, 2018|0 Comments

Episode 39: 4 Strategies to Manage Anger

Anger is a feeling of displeasure. There’s nothing wrong with feeling angry; it’s a valid emotion. It's not beneficial to stay angry too long. It's our responsibility to monitor how we respond or use anger. This powerful podcast offers four strategies to help manage anger.

By | October 25th, 2018|0 Comments