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Fast Lane with Sara Jayne

The Fast Lane with Sara Jayne Podcast and Blog is for all women managing the hectic pace of life, and our mission is to share stories, ideas and life lessons that can help add a little humor, motivation and support to your busy schedule.

 

Episode 11: The Judge is In with Ashley Beall

podcast Jun 25, 2020

During today’s episode of Fast Lane with Sara Jayne, Sara speaks with Ashley Beall, a judge based in Minot, North Dakota. Ashley speaks about her journey to becoming a judge, her previous experience working as a public defender, and how she keeps the balance between her life at work and at home.

 

Episode Highlights: 

  • Ashley talks about the beginning of her journey to becoming a judge.
  • How frequently are you actually in court?
  • When you’re a judge, you no longer have a private practice?
  • That would be true if she were a district court judge, but not for a municipal court judge.
  • What is the most difficult part of your job?
  • Seeing defendants who have unmet needs, and how that can create a cycle that is very difficult to escape.
  • Ashley believes that every person deserves to have an advocate that makes them a human in the eyes of the court.
  • Were you ever worried to be around any of your clients?
  • Will you always be a judge?
  • Ashley will have to run again every 4...
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Episode 10: Meditation, Spirituality, and Energy with Annette Rugolo

podcast Jun 18, 2020

During today’s episode of Fast Lane with Sara Jayne, Sara speaks with Annette Rugolo, teacher, speaker, and soul guidance facilitator, about meditation and spirituality. Annette explains the different frequencies of energy.

 

Episode Highlights:

  • Annette bases many of her methods on the work of Marie Diamond.
  • Can you explain how we can pick up on each others’ energy and how energy works for the average person?
  • Annette considers negative emotions to be lower vibrational energy and positive emotions to be higher vibrational energy.
  • Annette believes that children have a more innate ability to sense energies than adults.
  • How can we raise our energy vibration, other than meditation?
  • The first step is to determine what is your energy and what is outside energy.
  • You also need to rid yourself of the “baggage,” or the heavy energy that you are carrying.
  • Can you talk about energy rings and what they can be used for?
  • Annette works with light frequencies, and each...
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Episode 9: Active Choices with Peter Pessetto

podcast Jun 11, 2020

Active Choices with Peter Pessetto

 

In this episode, Sara talks with Peter Pessetto, author of Active Choices, a book that discusses how to create your own information filter to improve your life. Peter talks about “choosing the people on your bus,” cutting negativity out of your life, and being tough on the standards for the people allowed in your life.

 

Episode Highlights: 

  • Peter talks about a time when he used to travel frequently and consume high amounts of information through reading and listening to audiobooks.
  • Are the books that you name in your book the ones that helped shape you?
  • Sara likes the chapter “Choose the People on your Bus,” and asks, who exactly are the people on someone’s bus?
  • Peter mentions how the people you surround yourself with can impact your success.
  • Since you wrote active choices, how has your bus changed?
  • How do you tactfully get someone off of your bus?
  • Peter mentions how even he isn’t always...
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Episode 8: Heilman’s Performance Lifestyle

podcast Jun 04, 2020

In this episode, Sara talks with Caleb Heilman, owner of Heilman’s Performance, a human performance training venue in Minot, North Dakota. Caleb talks about the importance of engaging youth in sports, how Heilman’s Performance can help youth athletics and training, and why the skills learned in a variety of sports are important for the development of athleticism and overall health.

 

Episode Highlights: 

  • Caleb works with many athletes at Heilman’s performance, especially student-athletes.
  • When do you recommend kids start working out on an actual workout regimen?
  • They have different skills programs for different sports, but they don’t have sport-specific strength training.
  • Structurally kids can learn how to resistance train at just about any age, the important factor is the level of maturity.
  • What ages start with you?
  • Caleb has started with kids as young as 8, but again it all depends on the maturity level.
  • More typically, Caleb starts seeing...
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Episode 7: Making Your Life Better with Dr. Jason Dean

podcast May 28, 2020

In this episode, Sara talks with Dr. Jason Dean, a chiropractor based in Florida who works to help people improve their lives by better understanding their physical selves. Dr. Dean speaks about how he entered chiropractic, how he helps people to get their bodies working as they should, and why he believes in communication and freedom.

 

Episode Highlights: 

  • How did you get into chiropractic and how did you become so passionate about what you do?
  • Dr. Dean actually started in sports marketing before getting into chiropractic medicine.
  • Dr. Dean went through a period where he was very unhealthy and suffered depression. He was put on Adderall and Zoloft and hated how they made him feel.
  • He met his wife, who was a chiropractor, and that motivated him to change his course.
  • Can people have too much copper?
  • Yes, but it is difficult to reach the upper limits of how much copper you can have.
  • Typically, your body tends to excrete what it doesn’t actually need.
  • What are your...
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Episode 06: Quality over Quantity with Nutri-Dyn

podcast May 21, 2020

During this episode of Fast Lane with Sara Jayne, Sara talks with Josh Kauder at NutriDyn. Sara and Josh talk about the benefits of supplements, but also the importance of knowing what you are taking, ensuring quality and effectiveness, and meeting your health and wellness needs. Also, Josh discusses the process NutriDyn goes through when introducing a new product and how each supplement is tested before being sold.

Episode Highlights: 

  • NutriDyn is a family-owned business founded in 1973 that focuses on healthcare practitioners and using clinically-effective formulas.
  • It is based out of Minnesota but is a worldwide company.
  • How is NutriDyn different from other supplements?
  • Often, supplements found in stores do not meet their label claims or contain added ingredients.
  • Sara recommends a fish oil supplement to most of her patients.
  • The Omega Pure fish oil supplement is one of the most popular NutriDyn offers.
  • NutriDyn runs third-party tests, not internal tests, on every single...
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Episode 05: Planning Vacations and Seeking Adventures

podcast May 14, 2020

Episode Highlights: 

  • Sara asks her listeners to Google Medora, North Dakota
  • Sara takes an annual vacation in June to Medora with her husband and kids.
  • Sara talks about one store there that sells little trinkets that they always visit., as well as the other things they do on their trip.
  • Sara’s family also likes to take road trips, and she tells about one road trip they took when her first 2 children were 4 and 6 years old and their car was robbed.
  • They were able to watch the surveillance video of their car getting robbed.
  • The hotel where they were staying did not seem very surprised to hear about their car getting robbed.
  • She is currently planning their road trip for this year. They are planning to go to Colorado and see 4 national parks.
  • Ultimately Sara wants to see all the national parks with her kids.
  • There are national parks outside of the contiguous United States, so meeting this goal could be difficult.
  • When Sara has mentioned this plan to others, they don’t...
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Episode 04: Sara Jayne: Not Teacher of the Year

podcast May 07, 2020

Homeschooling Update 

In this episode of the Fast Lane with Sara Jayne podcast, our host shares an update on homeschooling her children during this time of social distancing. Sara Jayne recounts some of the challenges she has faced over the last few weeks as well as some of the surprising successes her family has enjoyed. This episode will help you think about how you can adjust your expectations as situations shift. 

 

Episode Highlights: 

  • The first week of homeschooling went well, but it was stressful because people were getting to know the routine. During that first week, they did school from 8:30-3:00.
  • Sara Jayne recounts having her child go through several workbooks.
  • The second week, they went for a bike ride over the weekend and she felt dread about returning to “school” on Monday.
  • Her kids complained about doing so many worksheets but she insisted.
  • Sara Jayne realized that she was taking school at home quite seriously. 
  • This...
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Episode 03: Stop and Smell the Roses

podcast Apr 30, 2020

In this episode of the Fast Lane with Sara Jayne podcast, our host emphasizes the importance of stopping to smell the roses. In our busy lives filled with checklists, it’s important to slow down and enjoy what we have and who we’re with. This episode will help you think about how you can incorporate more gratitude and self-appreciation in your daily life.

 

Episode Highlights: 

  • We have so many to-do lists that can often dictate how we spend our time.
  • People emphasize how you can never spend too much time with your kids.
  • Sara Jayne takes pride in how much time she spends with her kids.
  • Someone recently asked her if she ever stops to smell the roses.
  • Think about giving yourself credit for what you've already done.
  • Sara Jayne thought she was in a good groove doing what she needs to get done and doing it pretty well. This conversation with a friend changed how she was thinking.
  • Are you praising yourself the same way you praise your kids?
  • A friend asked...
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Episode 02: Pure Haven’s Amazing Products That Protect Families

podcast Apr 23, 2020

In this episode of the Fast Lane with Sara Jayne podcast, our host discusses safe products for families with Bruce Jensen, Founder of Pure Haven. Hear why Bruce started a line of toxin-free products, which products are his personal favorites, and how Pure Haven uses science and innovation to create products that protect families.

Episode Highlights: 

  • Sara Jayne provides an introduction to Pure Haven products.
  • Bruce shares why he founded Pure Haven. When he started learning about the pain toxins inflict on families, he wanted to be an instrument of change.
  • Pure Haven is different from other brands that claim to be “natural” or “organic” because their products are truly toxin-free.
  • The grapefruit sugar scrub is Bruce’s favorite product.
  • Bruce describes his initial resistance to switching from antiperspirant to natural deodorant.
  • Pure Haven is committed to product development that is informed by science and innovation.
  • Their body butter...
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