Posts by Giovanna Rossi

153 Disrupting the Diet Industry with Susan Hyatt

On the show today, I interview Susan Hyatt, a Master Certified Life and Business Coach who specializes in helping women get more of whatever they want—whether it’s more money, more media recognition, more pleasure, more passion, or more time to pursue meaningful goals.

Susan is the author of two books, Create Your Own Luck and BARE. Her work has been featured in places like O: The Oprah Magazine, Woman’s World, Cosmopolitan, and The Huffington Post. She’s the creator of The BARE Process, a trademarked system for upgrading your mental and physical health, building more energy and confidence, and creating the life that you want.

What we discuss in this episode:

How to treat your body with care, love, and respect—not hateful criticism.
How to shed everything that’s weighing you down, physically and mentally.
How to de-stress at the end of the day without relying on excessive food, alcohol, Netflix binging, and other habits that clog up your mind and drain your energy.
How to stop obsessing about your body and focus on the priorities that really matter in life—like rocking your career, writing your novel, learning a foreign language, contributing to your community, or otherwise leaving your legacy.


“we’re taught our power is in manipulation”
“you don’t need more will power, you need more pleasure”
“stop caring about the thigh gap and worry about the wage gap”

152 Just Giovanna: Marti Murphy interviews Giovanna

Today on the show I’m playing an interview that Marti Murphy ran on her show where she interviewed me!! She asks really good questions and it will let you in on some of the back story of Well Woman Life and also the four stages of the Well Woman Life Cycle.

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151: Gender Equity Legislation with Rep. Christine Trujillo

On the show today, I interview Rep. Christine Trujillo and we talk about:

-Gender equity legislation
-What the tampon tax is
-What funding she’s asking for

Representative Christine Trujillo worked as an educator for 21 years, has served in the New Mexico state legislature since 2013 and currently serves as a member of the House Appropriations and Finance Committee and the House Education Committee. Representative Trujillo was born and raised in Taos and has 5 children and 6 grandchildren. She received her Master’s degree in Elementary Education from the University of New Mexico.


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150 Stop and Listen and then Listen Deeper with Julie Shapiro

Today’s episode parallels nicely with the Well Woman Life Framework, in which we create awareness and then space to listen deeper to our inner wisdom or intuition. My guest today says, “we give out so much, sometimes the healthiest this to do is to pause and let things come to you.”

Julie Shapiro is the executive producer of Radiotopia from PRX – a curated network of extraordinary, cutting-edge podcasts. She is also the executive producer of Ear Hustle, a podcast that tells the stories of daily life in San Quentin State Prison, shared and produced by those living it. From 2014-15, Julie was the executive producer of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Radio National’s (RN) Creative Audio Unit. In 2000 she co-founded the Third Coast International Audio Festival, where as artistic director she shaped the Festival’s creative trajectory and prioritized innovative audio and a cross-pollinating international listening culture. Julie has taught radio to university students, presented at conferences all over the globe, and produced stories for the airwaves in the US and beyond. She lives in Arlington, MA with her husband and son.

149 Just Giovanna: Family Vision Board 2019

How do you get your family members on the same page to work together toward goals for 2019? Get them involved! Here’s how:
1. make it fun
2. let them know if they give their input they will get their goal list for 2019
3. have a clear process
4. start and end within 1-2 hours, depending on the ages of the people involved! My kids ages 7 and 9 stuck it out on NYE for a good 2 hours because we had yummy snacks, everyone’s voice was heard, they got to find pictures and cut them out.

Family Vision Board




Past shows/publications focusing on visioning and goal setting:
059 Visioning Your Life (free worksheet)
079 Goal Setting (free worksheet)
147 Have It All By Doing More of What You Love, Not Less

Having it all in 2019: Do more of what you love, not less: Commentary in the Santa Fe New Mexican