The Heidi Rew Show

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

96 episodes of The Heidi Rew Show since the first episode, which aired on November 13th, 2017.

  • Episode 44: INSPIRATION (+Personal) Discovering your Greatness

    August 19th, 2018  |  26 mins 15 secs

    There's a few things you'll hear in this episode: hear a beautiful story from Tracie Gurley about overcoming childhood expectations to opening up a dental school, I share how I discovered what "greatness" looks like and how you can find it in your own life and I share some business & fertility updates.

  • Episode 43: INSPIRATION with Katie Hearn who became blind at 29

    August 12th, 2018  |  28 mins 22 secs

    Katie Hearn is a digital coordinator for the Atlanta Braves. A little over a year ago, she suddenly lost her vision. Her attitude and perspective will blow you away! If you need a great way to start your day, this is it! Katie is inspiring, resilient and innovative with the way she handles her new reality.

  • Episode 42: ENTERTAINMENT with content creator Javier Mercedes

    August 5th, 2018  |  31 mins 31 secs

    From getting into music school without knowing how to play an instrument to quitting his full-time job to host the Passion in Progress podcast and his YouTube channel, Javier Mercedes is the picture of resilience and persistence. His journey will inspire any creator.

  • Episode 41: HEALTH with Gabrielle D'Auria

    July 29th, 2018  |  29 mins 40 secs

    For 4 years, Gabrielle dealt with a debilitating health struggle. She spent months in bed before figuring out what was wrong. Through this struggle, she realized her passion was to help others finding themselves in a health battle. Now a certified health coach, Gabrielle has created the first women's wellness conference in Atlanta called WellScene. She talks about her health battle, how that has inspired her and what led her to create a conference.

  • Episode 40 - FOOD with Parker Wallace of Parker's Plate

    July 22nd, 2018  |  42 mins 38 secs

    Fired from the same job TWICE, living on food stamps, Parker discovered how to turn her passion of cooking into a thriving business. She now travels the country appearing on TV shows sharing food tips, recipes and ideas. Author of the cookbook "Eat Rich, Stay Skinny: A Girl's Guide to Holiday Feasting," Parker shares advice on turning your passion into a business, along with some easy and fabulous recipe ideas.

  • Episode 39: FASHION & BEAUTY with Kelly Henderson celebrity stylist

    July 15th, 2018  |  28 mins 33 secs

    Nashville based makeup artist, hairstylist and wardrobe coordinator, Kelly works with some of the hottest celebrities in Nashville including Dierks Bentley, Jason Aldean and LANCO. She's also one of Kristin Cavallari's best friends and stars in the new reality show Very Cavallari. Kelly talks about going from a PR career to stylist and how she's built a lifestyle brand with her blog and podcast called Velvet's Edge. In this episode, you'll hear her business and beauty tips plus what it's like to be part of a reality TV show.

  • Episode 38 - ENTERTAINMENT with Greer Howard & Beth Keener of The Local Lense

    July 8th, 2018  |  36 mins 31 secs

    The buzz words in entertainment these days are "create your own content." That's exactly what Greer & Beth have done! Hear how it's helped their personal careers, challenges they've faced, how they work together and what to do when you feel like giving up.

  • Episode 37 - INTERIOR DESIGN with Erika Ward

    July 1st, 2018  |  29 mins 53 secs

    How this mom of 5 went from accounting to a successful interior designer with features in House Beautiful, Better Homes & Garden, Jezebel Magazine and the Huffington Post. Her keys to creating a successful business, no matter what industry you're in and how to do it as a wife and mom to 5.

  • Episode 36: PERSONAL - Huge Failures that Cost me Thousands of Dollars + Lessons Learned

    June 24th, 2018  |  28 mins 7 secs

    I'm sharing some of my biggest failures, what they cost me (I even share exactly how much $ I was making blogging) and what I've learned.

  • Episode 35: SMALL BUSINESS with Meredith Davis of Merrily Creative

    June 17th, 2018  |  26 mins 42 secs

    If you have a side hustle, considering one or have a small will love Meredith's own story of turning her side hustle into a successful business. She now coaches small business owners so she is a wealth of inspiration, great advice and real-life experience.

  • Episode 34: ENTERTAINMENT with Tyler Perry Casting Associate Michael Gillespie

    June 10th, 2018  |  36 mins 39 secs

    Michael shares his story of being on his own at 16, then calling Tyler Perry Studios every month for 3 years, to now being a well-respected Tyler Perry casting associate. We talk about what it means to have grit, how to get over life's challenges and what he's learned about people as a casting director.

  • Episode 33: GRATITUDE with lifestyle blogger Callie Dauler

    June 3rd, 2018  |  31 mins 49 secs

    Happiness isn't something that some people have & others don't. Callie shares the things she started doing that totally transformed her happiness on a daily basis. Being a lifestyle blogger she also shares her favorite things from a variety of categories including workout, recipe, makeup and more.

  • Episode 32: FOOD Anna Vocino author of the gluten free Cookbook, Eat Happy

    May 27th, 2018  |  35 mins 25 secs

    Anna Vocino, a stand-up comedian, actress (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, several appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live!), voice actor (promo voice for Thursday nights on ABC), and voice agent found out she had Celiac disease years ago and couldn't figure out good hearty meals to cook so she starting sharing recipes on her blog which led to her cookbook, Eat Happy: Gluten Free, Grain Free, Low Carb Recipes for a Joyful Life.

  • Episode 31: PERSONAL - Camp Icthus, my parents camp they've had for 31 years

    May 20th, 2018  |  24 mins 29 secs
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    Ever taken something for granted, to realize how valuable it was years later? That's what happened for me with Camp Icthus. Hear the story about why that changed, then hear from my dad about what led him to start a non-profit children's camp that has been going strong for 31 years (with NO paycheck for them). There were major challenges along the way and things that derailed the vision. Hope it inspires you and reminds us all to not take things for granted.

  • Episode 30: BEAUTY Curly Hair Talk with Debra Shigley

    May 13th, 2018  |  30 mins 26 secs
  • Episode 29: ENTERTAINMENT Brian Clowdus Founder of Serenbe Playhouse

    May 6th, 2018  |  31 mins 27 secs

    Brian started a site specific, immersive theater company outside of Atlanta that has gotten national attention and ranked in the top 20 theaters in the US by Playbill. Brian shares his story of how he toured the world doing Broadway but found his happiness starting a one of it's kind theater company in a small town outside of Atlanta. The things Brian has learned the way is enlightening not only for artists but anyone that's a business leader.