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Welcome to the ”Live In The Moment” podcast with your host Xavier Fuentes (Creator / Owner). The “Live In The Moment” podcast is about bringing attention / awareness to life topics through persuasive storytelling. There will be episodes dedicated to Xavier Fuentes being personal with life topics. Also episodes about Xavier Fuentes’ life stories for people to live in Xavier Fuentes’ life experiences. Why did I mention my name like if I’m someone else well that’s how i’m going to title my epis ...
 
Thought provoking and motivational conversations with high performing creative artists around practicing the art of living in the moment and embracing who we are, and where we are at. Hosted by Certified Professional Coach Lisa Hopkins, featured guests are from Broadway, Hollywood and beyond. Although her guests are extraordinary innovators and creative artists, the podcast is not about showbiz and feels more like listening to an intimate coaching conversation as Lisa dives deep with her tal ...
 
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Despite what the billion dollar mindfulness industry promises, FLOW is not a destination. There is no mantra, mindfulness program or affirmation that will get you there and there certainly is no one size fits all for every occasion. Support the showLisa Hopkins, Wide Open Stages による
 
Lisa chats with veteran actor Phil Rodriguez about his origins in NYC, his journey to Hollywood, and the life lessons learned along the way. A true family man with a heart of gold and faith that humanity will prevail, Phil talks about his most important role as a father to his young son and pays homage to his own dad and the positive influence he h…
 
"Just the other morning I looked one of my fears in the eye. Well not exactly the eye - that is a little too brave for me in this instance. Let’s just say I slowed down long enough to face my fear, instead of allowing it to trigger my knee-jerk default reaction." Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/STOPTIME)…
 
A podcast episode about people’s Life Purpose and how to find your Life Purpose through the 5 steps that are going to be talked about in this episode. Link To The YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVsXO9brK7M "How to know your life purpose in 5 minutes | Adam Leipzig | TEDxMalibu" YouTube Channel: TEDx Talks…
 
Lisa shares how "losing" a game of WORDLE" reminded her that there are an infinite amount of new beginnings and an endless array of possibilities that lie just beyond having the right answer. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/STOPTIME)Lisa Hopkins, Wide Open Stages による
 
Lisa and actress Anna Tierney go deep in this episode about her journey as an actor and her desire to lean in to all of the parts that make her who she is and break through the limitations both external and internal beliefs of "how" actors are supposed to present themselves: "The example in the industry, up until very recently was, you know, you wa…
 
Have you ever considered how many pages are left unturned in your life? How many things you’ve thought about but never tried. We are so much closer to wonder and transformation than we know. But if these possibilities continue to remain in our blindspot, as time inevitably passes, they may someday only appear in our rearview mirror. Support the sho…
 
Why do we set the bar so high for others to celebrate us and so low for celebrating ourselves? "It was my birthday, and I woke up with all the preconceived notions of how I was supposed to feel, along with the high expectations for how others were supposed to make me feel. " Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/STOPTIME)…
 
Lisa chats with Dancer-Singer-Actress Brianna Abruzzo who recently made her feature film debut playing Sorella in Steven Spielberg's West Side Story. Brianna shares the story of how everything was pointing to not being in the cards to even audition for the film let alone book the job of a lifetime! Follow Brianna on Tik Tok & Instagram: @briannaabr…
 
Let’s face it. Feeling unmotivated feels crappy. Especially in a world that places such high value on go-getters. But if you are feeling unmotivated right now, I promise you there’s nothing wrong with you, you aren’t broken or weak. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/STOPTIME)Lisa Hopkins, Wide Open Stages による
 
There’s nothing I enjoy more than holding space for creative people and having deep conversations with really awesome humans. This podcast has allowed me to enjoy doing just that, and the metrics tell me you are out there listening. I am so unbelievably grateful for that, but it can get lonely over here with just me and my microphone so if you are …
 
Why do we so often place more value on what others think of us, than how we think about ourselves? How is it that we believe that if someone else likes us, or what we do, or say, then we must be okay? Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/STOPTIME)Lisa Hopkins, Wide Open Stages による
 
Paul Tazewell has been designing costumes for Broadway, Regional Theater, Film and Television, Dance, and Opera Productions for close to thirty years. He began his Broadway career with the groundbreaking musical, ‘Bring in Da Noise, Bring in ‘Da Funk, directed by George C. Wolfe. Most recently, Paul is known for his work with both of Lin-Manuel Mir…
 
It is often not until we look back that we recognize the intrinsic beauty of these unplanned, non-specific moments that make up our lives. SUPPORT THE SHOW: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/STOPTIME Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/STOPTIME)Lisa Hopkins, Wide Open Stages による
 
This conversation was a true masterclass in creativity and the art and practice of tapping into who we really are. At 84 years old Brenda has had an extraordinary career and a lifetime of experience. She sits down to talk to Lisa about life, dance the joy of teaching and what living in the moment means to her. About working with Charles "Honi" Cole…
 
Is it possible that we have gotten so used to carrying our unprocessed baggage around with us that we’ve accepted it as a part of who we are? What would be different if we could put it down? Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/STOPTIME)Lisa Hopkins, Wide Open Stages による
 
Terron gets personal about his commitment to his own personal growth practice. Join us for this generous, courageous, vulnerable and inspiring conversation. Investing in yourself. Learning how to give to yourself before you give yourself away. Unattached, unconditional love for yourself and others. Being true with yourself about how you are operati…
 
Lisa and Broadway veteran Rodney Hicks go deep into the journey toward knowing ourselves and how going off of social media has freed him. “I had to make a choice as a human being. How do I want to walk in this world as an artist, a human being? And do I want to call out or do I want to call in? And as a black, gay, queer, gender non-conforming man,…
 
There are gifts to be found if you dig deep enough to look for them. Like the snow day we wished for when we were kids, we’ve been given an opportunity to rethink, to clear our minds and carve out fresh new paths. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/STOPTIME)Lisa Hopkins, Wide Open Stages による
 
Lisa explores how easy it is to self- sabotage and discovers how simply stopping to recognize it for what it is can open up our minds. "From there, I was able to recognize that the message from the frightened little voice inside that was telling me that I needed to protect myself - was untrue. Reducing the tiny minded thoughts into what they were. …
 
Lisa speaks to world renowned operatic tenor Sean Panikkar about his journey to the opera stage, his passion for his role as a father, his experience as a finalist on AGT with Forte , his friendship with Josh Page and how if he hadn't met his wife he would have pursued his passion as a civil engineer. Learn how this extraordinary artist keeps himse…
 
Join Lisa for this brief 4 minute reflection about the importance of dancing to our own rhythm in life. "The more we appear to be dancing or “doing” on the outside, the less we truly dance inside. The age clock ticks loudly as it threatens to run out and sets off an alarm as we race against time to “dance as much as we can” before our bodies fail u…
 
In this episode Lisa chats with Broadway actress Arielle Jacobs about being married 4 days before the global pandemic shut down the world and spending her honeymoon in lockdown and how that allowed her the space needed to focus on her vision of the future. "I think that I always had a vision that I would do more than just performing. But I think no…
 
Dominique Kelley has been called the "diva whisperer" for his unique gift to bring out the best in the celebrities he works with. He calls himself an empathetic educator and believes strongly in he power of pivots and expanding beyond defining himself by what he does and breaking down limiting beliefs about how others see him. Dominique Kelley has …
 
"Let the healing begin in the theater!" -CB Lisa speaks with actress Cassie Beck who is currently starring in Heidi Schreck's What the Constitution Means to Me which is the first straight play to return to the road. Cassie shares her new practice of truly trusting the process, navigating fear of criticism, her relationship with perfection and treat…
 
In this episode Lisa honors her mother and reflects on what she's learned since her passing 4 years ago. "Have you ever thought about what might be different 4 years from now that will change your life forever? Neither had I. " Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/STOPTIME)Lisa Hopkins, Wide Open Stages による
 
Although there was no lack of tears shed during that period of my dance training, I am forever in my mentor’s debt for teaching me the invaluable lesson of shading. Through my lens as a coach it is not lost on me how it applies to the artistry of life. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/STOPTIME)…
 
Season 5 Kicks off with this lively conversation with dynamic duo Broadway star and Broadway Breathwork coach David Josefsberg and his wife, Liz Josefsberg health guru of the stars and author of Target 100. This lively episode is filled with love, and laughter as David & Liz share their passion for helping and healing. A true "power couple", they s…
 
Safe to say we have all at one time or another reached a boiling point and finally found the strength to draw the line and stand by our non-negotiables. But what non-negotiables do we have for how we treat ourselves? Why do we set the bar so high for how we show up for others but keep it so low for how we show up for ourselves? Support the show (ht…
 
In this intimate conversation Lisa speaks with NY Times best selling author Jodi Picoult about her creative process, the importance of stewardship and her new passion for collaboration and writing for the musical stage. Jodi and collaborator playwright Timothy Allen McDonald created the musical Breathe was written in real time during the pandemic a…
 
What might be different if we strengthened our muscle to receive, without a caveat of fear? If we were strong enough to accept our good fortune, the accolade, the so called “luck” as easily as we are able to carry the weight and worry of expecting the worst? Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/STOPTIME)…
 
Douglas Lyons was gracious enough to take a moment to chat with Lisa just two days before making his Broadway debut as a playwright with his new family comedy Chicken and Biscuits, there are 25 Broadway debuts in this show which has its first preview TONIGHT Thursday September 23rd, 2021 at Circle in The Square . Lisa and Douglas dig in and talk ab…
 
Lisa shares a story about how being unable to sleep because of a racing mind became an opportunity to learn about herself, creativity, and how we edit our own thoughts and ideas before they've had a chance just to exist. "I sometimes get my best ideas when I wake up in the middle of the night. It’s a kind of twilight zone when my judge or inner cri…
 
Lisa chats with renowned caricature artist Ken Fallin about his gift, his process, imposter syndrome, his association with Al Hirschfeld and his unique propensity to look forward to the unknown and and presume the best. "You never know what's gonna happen next!" Kenneth Fallin is a caricature artist whose pen and ink celebrity portraits have been p…
 
Fall comes with a certain inescapable feeling. So familiar and yet so hard to name. A beginning and an ending all at the same time. Navigating the feelings associated with the Fall season can be tough sometimes. In this episode Lisa encourages us to "feel all the feels" like we did when we were kids and take each moment at a time. Support the show …
 
I caught up with Lorin Latarro after a rehearsal for Waitress, which is getting ready to reopen after being dark for almost 18 months. It's one of the first shows to be back since Broadway shut down in March 2020 and starts in previews on September 2. Lorin is no stranger to the Broadway stage as a dancer, she has appeared on Broadway in 14 shows a…
 
In his book “The Four Agreements”, Don Miguel Ruez says be impeccable with your word…"Speak with integrity, honesty, and truthfulness and say only what you mean." But unless we choose our words carefully, how are we able to do that? Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/STOPTIME)Lisa Hopkins, Wide Open Stages による
 
When Patricia Ward met Gene Kelly in 1985, she admits that she had no idea who he was. Five years later, she married the iconic dance legend who was the love of her life. He was 47 years her senior. Thanks to her, and lucky for us, she has dedicated her life to preserving his legacy. In this intimate conversation you will get to know the fiercely b…
 
We’ve all had to ponder what is truly important during these times, and what values have given us the strength to soldier on despite the hurdles we’ve faced. In the end, it isn’t about winning the race or how many hurdles we knock down along the way, it’s about celebrating our small victories and the gifts of the journey itself; if we choose to rec…
 
Sometimes the simplest tales shed light on what’s most important. Lisa shares an ancient folktale that has lessons that ring true today. "My son", said a wise grandfather in the village, "you're letting worry about what might be take the joy out of what is..." "Better to look for the joy in today and let tomorrow take care of itself." Support the s…
 
We all rely on systems. They help us feel organized, get things done, and operate more effectively. But it isn’t until our daily systems are disrupted, that we realize which ones are tied to external influencers and which are connected to the sustainable core values we hold, the ones that align with WHO we are rather than WHAT we are doing. Support…
 
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