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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 16: Protecting our Children with Rose Terrero

podcast Jul 30, 2020

On today’s episode of Fast Lane with Sara Jayne, Sara speaks with Rose Terrero. Rose speaks about her experience working in the Dominican Republic for an organization to help save minors from child trafficking. Rose speaks about the different situations they would see, the programs their organization offers to children, and offers advice for what parents can do to protect their children and help prevent child trafficking.


Episode Highlights: 

  • Rose is currently living in the Dominican Republic, and she has been living out of the US for 6 years.
  • When you lived in Guatemala, what did you do?
  • How did this change when you moved to the DR?
  • Rose worked as the director’s assistant for a company that worked to help minors escaping child trafficking. 
  • As the director’s assistant, what were your day-to-day operations like?
  • What was the average age of the children you were saving?
  • Rose’s organization worked specifically with minors, mainly 11-17 year...
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Episode 15: Surviving Ted Bundy

podcast Jul 23, 2020

On today’s episode of Fast Lane with Sara Jayne, Sara speaks with Kathy Kleiner. Kathy tells her story about growing up with Lupus, going to college, and surviving an attack by Ted Bundy. Kathy speaks about her recovery process, and how she had to pull deeply on her inner strength to persevere and not let that moment define the rest of her life.


Episode Highlights: 

  • Kathy recounts her childhood, remembering her father, and learning that her father passed away when she was 5. 
  • Later, Kathy’s mother remarried and her step-father adopted her and she took his last name.
  • When she was in sixth grade, Kathy fell ill and was eventually diagnosed with systemic Lupus at 13.
  • Kathy did an experimental chemotherapy treatment for her Lupus when she was 13.
  • With your Lupus, did you experience more pain or exhaustion?
  • Do you continue to have issues with Lupus now?
  • Kathy does not want to let Lupus hold her back.
  • After you graduated from high school what did you do?
  • ...
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Episode 14: A Journey to Sobriety with Brian Heintz

podcast Jul 16, 2020

During today’s episode of Fast Lane with Sara Jayne, Sara speaks with Brian Heintz about his journey to sobriety and his path to deepening his faith. Brian writes a blog where he shares his journey. Brian and Sara talk about his history, what helped him change, and his current views on life.


Episode Highlights: 

  • Brian was born and raised in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
  • Brian talks about how, around the ages 19-20, he got very into “partying and girls,” which destroyed many of his relationships. Brian had to work to rebuild those relationships.
  • Were you close with your mom when you grew up?
  • When you were in your partying days, did your mom try to get you out of it or let you find your own way?
  • Were you raised around people who did a lot of drinking?
  • Brain talks some about his relationship with his dad after his parents divorced, and how he wishes his dad had been more present before he passed away.
  • Was it a turning point for you when he passed away?
  • Is there...
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Episode 13: Title: Reframing your Perceptions with Anita Kyle

podcast Jul 09, 2020

On today’s episode of Fast Lane with Sara Jayne, Sara talks with Anita Kyle, owner of Angel of Hearts Wellness based in Phoenix, AZ. Anita does emotional intelligence perception reframing to get to the root cause of a person’s diagnosis. Anita explains how she uses Zyto EVOX technology to explore how past trauma and baggage can impact current health and wellness, and how she can help people overcome these things to reach a more healthful state.


Episode Highlights: 


  • Perception has a powerful impact on our life.
  • Anita uses something called Zyto EVOX technology for perception reframing.
  • Zyto EVOX can help people sort through things that have happened to them in their lives and determine how they are still being affected.
  • Zyto EVOX uses the same technology that’s in a lie detector test.
  • Anita also does a balancer scan to determine what their stressors are and what emotions are out of range.
  • EVOX helps you respond to stressors in your life...
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Episode 12: Adventure in Medora, ND with Justin Fisk

podcast Jul 02, 2020

During today’s episode of Fast Lane with Sara Jayne, Sara speaks with Justin Fisk, Marketing & Communications Director for the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation. Justin Fisk talks about the creation of the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation, the reasons why Medora is a wonderful place for a family vacation, and the unique attractions to enjoy while in Medora. 


Episode Highlights: 

  • Justin Fisk explains the connection between Theodore Roosevelt and Medora. 
  • How did Medora become a destination?
  • The atmosphere among the actors is like a family. 
  • Why is Medora a great place for family vacations?
  • Medora is full of places to shop for western wear clothing and boots.  
  • What is the population like and the golfing experience?   
  • Justin Fisk talks about the 150-mile trail. 
  • If Justin Fisk went to Medora for the day, what would he do?
  • What should we know about the Medora Gospel Brunch?
  • What are some other Medora gems to...
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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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