Day 30 of 30 Days of Inspiration with Joe Longo

Welcome to Day 30! Today Kate Brenton is taking over the role of host and I'm in the hot seat as we look back over the 30 Days of Inspiration. We are talking about where the idea for 30 Days came from, the up's and down's of the project, and what's next. If you stay to the end you'll also learn about a special 2019 calendar and transitioning the 30 Day project into a weekly video podcast starting August 1st! 

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I'd also like to take a moment and thank the 29 inspiring people that took the time out of their busy schedules to create with me. Big love and thanks

Day 1 Rachel Trachtenberg, Day 2 Mary Theresa Longo, Day 3 Sarra Kaufman, Day 4 Hank Finkel, Day 5 Ashley Rufo, Day 6 Ari Halbert, Day 7 Brittany T Policastro, Day 8 Jennifer Schelter, Day 9 Rachel Cordua & Daniel P. Cordua, Day 10 Maura Manzo, Day 11 Jennifer Ciarimboli, Day 12 Miles Turner, Day 13 Kate Brenton, Day 14 Emma Kate Keller, Day 15 Jason Blau, Day 16 Jamie Colleen, Day 17 Molly Weingart, Day 18 Noah Julian, Day 19 Erik Burling, Day 20 Caitlin Kelly, Day 21 Elizabeth Sitzler, Day 22 David Hem, Day 23 MJ Heart, Day 24 Barry Eichner, Day 25 Natalie Levin, Day 26 Anthony M Penzarella, Day 27 Robert Sturman ~ Artist/Photografía, Day 28 Lisa Bardarson, Day 29 Amy Angelo

Day 29 of 30 Days of Inspiration with Amy Angelo

Welcome to Day 29 today I'm talking with Amy Angelo. Amy and I went the route of conscious uncoupling before it was the cool way to divorce. But, seriously Amy and I were married for a couple of years in the early 2000's and if it wasn't for Amy I would not be the man I am today. So I thought it was important to have a conversation with Amy for 30 days because of the impact she had on my life, and because she came up in so many of the 30 day conversations. 

This is by far the most emotional conversation that I had over the 30 Days. I opted to leave in a couple of uncomfortable pauses, and some tears because it's real and important for people to see. I joke about conscious uncoupling but it is truly what we did, and it why we are still connected and share a love for each other. The marriage may not have worked but, we worked really hard on ourselves so we would be able to not only love ourselves love each other as well. 

Enjoy the conversation and a little walk down memory lane with Amy.

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Day 21 of 30 Days of Inspiration with Elizabeth Sitzler

Welcome to Day 21 of 30 Days of Inspiration
Happy Monday! Today I'm talking with Elizabeth Sitzler about you guessed it... Yoga, work ethic, dedication and staying true to yourself

Elizabeth and I have been creating for about three years now, and I thought it would be great to sit down with Elizabeth to share her story and practice with you. 


Elizabeth is a devout student, practitioner and teacher of Ashtanga Yoga. Her main teachers are Jörgen Christiansson and Sharath Jois. She is the Mysore Director at Prana Das Yoga Therapy & Healing Arts Center.

While she was studying history and political science, applying to law school, and competing as a Division 1 tennis player, her father persuaded her to try yoga for the first time, thinking it might help her manage stress. The dynamism of the practice instantly drew her in and she quickly fell in love with the beauty of linking movement, breath, and mindfulness. Soon enough, she was practicing yoga every day; experiencing positive transformations in mind, body, and spirit.

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As she delved deeper in the practice she discovered Sri K Pattabhi Jois’ Ashtanga Yoga, the Ashtanga Yoga School of Philadelphia, and her first teacher: David Garrigues. The integrity and structure of the Ashtanga Yoga system was a perfect and natural fit for her. Elizabeth taught at and helped run David’s School, AYS Philadelphia, from 2013-2017 before opening her own program at Prana Das.

Elizabeth is always a student, striving to learn more about herself, the practice, and how she can guide others through their own journey.