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Jan 20, 2022

This interview was recorded on 1/7/2021. I’ve known Wynoami Glasser for over nine years, and I am thrilled to have her on The Joyful Toolkit. I was introduced to Wynoami when I was going through a rough time; I reluctantly emailed her and the rest was ✨magical ✨ history.

Wynoami is a singer/actor & an intuitive guide. The often used term for what she does is “life coach”; however, she feels that term doesn’t describe what she does, and the reason why will be discussed throughout the episode. Wynoami (among many things) helps women to expand their surroundings. She also helps them decondition themselves and follow their intuition, and place pleasure as their top priority.

Join us as we discuss:

  • What joy means to Wynoami, and why it is a spectrum of experience

  • Why we should view the world as children and explore a world that is already ours.

  • Her top 5 natural strengths

  • What the pandemic meant to Wynoami and me. We speak about how it’s an opportunity to take inventory in our lives and what is meaningful in our lives and as a community.

  • What tools help Wynoami, including yoga, crystals, Oprah Winfrey, coaches, among many others!

  • How being pregnant made her aware of the patriarchal system that we are raised in, and how the medical system is born out of that.

  • Her intake on systematic racism

Some Joyful Tools

A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose

See No Stranger: A Memoir and Manifesto of Revolutionary Love

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This podcast is presented by West Virginia native now based in Brooklyn, Megan is an actor and award winning audiobook narrator. She has recorded over 200 audiobooks from her home studio with such publishers as Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster, Hachette, Harper Collins and more.  Contact her!


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