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Shot@Love is the first motivational dating show of its kind. It teaches you how to be successful in online dating while inspiring the listeners to go for it. You can find love, and are worthy of it. Shot@Love with Kerry Brett - Me, Exposed- Introduction to Shot@Love Podcast with celebrity photographer Kerry Brett.
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Today's guests are Billie Prisby and Melissa Gross, the co-founders of the new app–My Little Black Book–The Dating Organizer launching in August. This app will revolutionize the complicated world of online dating.
The truth is–dating apps can be overwhelming, time-consuming, and unorganized. Billie and Melissa share how they’ve developed an organizational productivity system, so you can enjoy dating in a fun, easy, and safe way so finding love won’t feel like a full-time job!
Billie Prisby and Melissa Gross met in dentistry, and while working together realized they experienced similar dating issues. Together, they combined their knowledge and passion and plan on shaking up the dating industry hoping to make real and impactful social change. Their goal is to put the power back in the hands of the user, with safety being the core of My Little Black Book. Whether you prefer Tinder, Match, Christian Mingle or Bumble to get busy, My Little Black Book offers a one-stop shop. A place where trying to remember who is on what app will be a problem of the past. These two impressive women are here to modernize a landscape that has remained virtually untouched for the past ten years, and to give the power of organization and control and control back to you!
Today, we discuss how to put safety into our own hands and be proactive. And how this dating toolbox works as a diary or spreadsheet keeping track of everyone you're communicating with while organizing upcoming dates and learn why digital organization starts with a little black book!
Kerry Brett, Billie Prisby and Melissa Gross cover a lot of ground topics include;
How My Little Black Book keeps you organized making the whole process easier, so you’ll have more time to date.
How My Little Black Book helps you avoid mixing people that you’re texting.
Examples of how My Little Black Book helps you be more successful at dating.
My Little Black Book’s safety features.
How My Little Black Book tailors to each person’s needs helping you to keep everything straight in a more organized way.
How My Little Black Book allows you to add specific details about the people you are in communication with.
My Little Black Book has a built-in feature where you can rate your date.
My Little Black Book has a built-in feature where it does background checks and supplies you with an incognito number if you choose for safety purposes.
To find out more about My Little Book go to www.mlbb.rocks.

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07/22/22 • 29 min

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Too often, we default to victim mode when dating, and falling into this mindset hurts our results. Today's guest is Jill Sylvester, a licensed therapist and author of the book, Trust Your Intuition. Jill helps us avoid staying stuck, feeling bad about our past mistakes, and how to find confidence in our abilities. Summer is the time to be out dating, and there is no reason to hold ourselves back. Why are we waiting months, weeks, or days to find love? Jill shares how she helps her clients realize the time is now and, most importantly, how to change their mindset. Because when you change how you feel about yourself, everything will change! Jill discusses the power of setting intentions, manifestation and trusting your intuition.
Jill's also a speaker, host of the podcast Trust Your Intuition and author of the book Trust Your Intuition: 100 Ways to Transform Anxiety and Depression for Stronger Mental Health, and author of the young adult novels, The Land of Blue and Devon: Dream Agent Series. Her work deals with personal growth and development, intuition, and energy. Jill teaches by focusing on your power, you raise the standards for your life, ultimately affecting the world around you. She has successfully guided thousands of client sessions in her private practice toward stronger health, wellness, and transformation. Jill's passion is helping others see past the darkness to find the light.
Kerry Brett and Jill Sylvester cover a lot of ground. Topics include;
How to find the next thing that helps you find joy and get out of pain.
Why goals need to be fed every day.
How to align with the force to make a change.
How to flip the script with action. What are you doing to move forward? Find one thing each day to do to move forward.
Why it's so important to flex the muscle of worthiness and remind ourselves that we are worth it.
Jill's tips around working on the worthiness piece.
How to get out of victim mode.
Start somewhere – put it out there, do one thing to bring that person towards you.
Why you need to stop worrying about what other people think.
You can't hold a negative thought and a positive thought at the same time. Chose the positive thought.
How to avoid perfection – and why you have the opportunity to get it right every day.
To find out more about Jill Sylvester, go to her website jillsylvester.com. All of Jill's books can be found on Amazon. Listen to her podcast Trust Your Intuition and follow her on Instagram @jillsylvester.

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07/06/22 • 33 min

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In this week’s episode we discuss 10 tips for showing up online as yourwonderfully unique and attractive self. Today’s guestisMara Stefan who wrote the article that was published in the Good Men Project titled Searching for a Unicorn in an Online World: 10 Things Women Wished You Knew. We discuss how to make the task of sorting through all of the profiles a little easier, why the eyes have it, why you should smile in your photographs, be available emotionally and for God sake keep your clothes on!
Mara Stefan has spent most of her more than 25-year career helping companies and executives establish thought leadership positions with their industries. She has overseen strategic partnerships with organizations including, The World EconomicForum, TED, The Nantucket Project and Thinkers50 among others. She’s also awriter who is currently working on a book aimed at women in the post pandemic world of work and often writes lifestyle blogs that have been published on sites like Thrive Global. Mara is a recovering hockey mom and attempts to navigate life’s challenges with the help of her family, friends, silly pets, and wine as needed.
Mara has been single for years now and is no stranger to online dating and has a lot to say about profiles, her love/hate relationship with online dating and the process of finding a soul mate.
Kerry Brett and Mara Stefan cover a lot of ground. Topics include;
The value of investing in yourself.
Take small steps putting the focus on you, book a professional headshot, buy a new pair of jeans or make the effort to get back out their even if it’s making new friends.
How to plan to date differently this time around.
How to shift the energy when you put yourself first and invest in yourself.
Mara’s list of 10 Things: What Women Wish You Knew.
Dating can be difficult and at times frustrating but it’s not enough to not try.
If the process of online dating scares the hell out of you it’s helpful to lean on your friends, have a wing girl or an accountability partner­–someone to cheer you on to push you out of your comfort zone.
The pandemic made us feel bad about ourselves­–Mara’s advice for rebuilding your confidence and how you feel about yourself.
The time is now! It’s time­–WHY because you’ve run out of excuses. Take one step at a time and I promise it will get easier, you’ll gain more confidence over time and you’ll get there.
To find out more about Mara Stefan, you can follow her under Mara Stefan on LinkedIn, and Facebook. You can read her article Searching for a Unicorn in an Online World: 10 Things Women Wished You Knew on the Good Men Project.

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07/17/22 • 41 min

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It’s never too late for a new beginning or to live the life of your dreams. Just ask Raven Blair Glover, the Talk Show Maven, founder of Raven International Broadcast Empire, and Power Me Up Radio Talk 24/7. After years of searching for her purpose, Raven began to fulfill her lifelong dream by creating a show on a hospital computer at the age of 55 at her mother’s bedside at the Methodist Hospital in Texas – a show she took all the way to the top! Jack Canfield calls her the best interviewer on the planet, to becoming a 5-time Award Winning Radio Host and receiving prestigious awards such as being the proud recipient of the 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award from President Barack Obama. Aside from achieving her professional goals she also found personal success when she found love at age sixty with soul mate Grammy Award-Winning mixing engineer Khaliq Glover. Raven shares her story of how her life changed when she decided to step up, show up and grow up to make her dreams come true and why you don’t have to wait to be great!

Kerry Brett and Raven Blair Glover cover a lot of ground topics include;

What the mind can conceive it will achieve and why you need to be ok failing forward.
Raven’s golden rule – "if it’s meant to be then it’s up to me.”
What you speak about you bring about – if you speak it out into the universe it will happen.
Why you should give yourself permission to succeed.
Why nothing beats failure than a try.
Why you should show up in a big way when you’re going for your dream – showing up in a way thatl makes you stand out in the relationship.
Be honest with yourself and take a good look in the mirror. Be willing to own your part.
It’s not over until it’s over and why it’s not how you start but how you finish.

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07/28/22 • 53 min

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Today's guest is Bri Ellison, and she's the author of the book The Love Addict. Love addiction and heartbreak profoundly changed Bri's life when the future she envisioned for herself got destroyed when the love of her life blindsided her and abruptly left. Bri's idea of love continued to get derailed after many failed relationships. The thought of finding love consumed every moment, which eventually caused a pattern of addiction. Bri felt compelled to share her truth by writing about love addiction and how to overcome it. In this episode, Bri shares her story about finding love, kicking behaviors of heartbreak, ending the cycle of failed relationships, and how to find the love that's intended for you.

Bri Ellison's book The Love Addict is an introspective handbook designed to help women identify and find the love they desire and deserve. If you're someone who creates or ends complicated relationships that have left you feeling like a different person, This book is for you! Bri's story reveals how she became tired of her life, knowing that had to change. She could continue attracting everything that wasn't good for her, or she could scratch everything she knew about herself and love. Bri pressed the reset button on her ideologies around love. Bri shares how she kicked her love addiction and lost her destructive behaviors around love and relationships while gaining transformational tools that dramatically changed her life, leading her to find love and helping women all over the world.
Kerry Brett and Bri Ellison cover a lot of ground topics include:
What can be learned about love from hitting rock bottom?
What exactly is a love addict?
How does someone become a love addict, and how to unlearn these patterns?
Losing your sense of identity within a relationship.
What does counterfeit love look like?
Why do love addicts go on a journey to find true love, believing it's the only thing to cure her despair.
Advice for people who are pulling in the wrong person.
Solutions for heal your patterns around relationships.
Common mistakes women make pulling in unavailable men.
Why should you get comfortable with the uncomfortable or the unfamiliar when dating?
Why, once you stopped chasing love that you can find it.

The Love Addict can be purchased on Amazon, and to find out more information about Bri Ellison, you can follow on Instagram @the_love_labb or follow on Clubhouse at Bri Ellison.

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08/19/21 • 50 min

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Today's guest is Erin Washington, she's Lifestyle blogger, podcaster, and the author of the book Squats and Margaritas, a journey to finding balance - where she shares her story of how she overcame an eating disorder, and after struggling for two decades, two kids later, play dates, and happy hours she finally has the best body of her life. Erin's mission is to offer tips and support for women who feel alone in their struggle, working out, and not seeing results. 90 percent of women aren't happy with the way they look, and having negative feelings about your weight is one of the main reasons people hold themselves back from dating. Erin, shares her advice around getting in shape and feeling good about yourself so you can take the dating world by storm with confidence.

Erin Washington is a wellness blogger from Northern Virginia. She's a former college athlete who struggled with weight and body image for 20 years. Erin promotes a balanced lifestyle of "Squats and Margaritas" and offers tips and motivation to women who are doing the work and are frustrated by the results.

She was a high school stand-out and went on to play at the collegiate level. After graduating from college, she moved to Washington, DC to work for the Washington Redskins where she met her husband, a former linebacker. In addition to raising a family and staying fit, Erin has contributed to Scary Mommy, Chowhound, and Northern Virginia Style and Living.

Kerry Brett and Erin Washington cover a lot of ground. Topics they discuss include:

Body image, and worthiness.
How the loss of identity lead to an eating disorder.
How working out compulsively seven days a week didn't work.
Lifting weights, not cardio, is the secret to maintaining the weight you desire.
Why you should get off the cardio machines and lift.
Weight and dating.
Why not feeling good about your weight is one of the biggest blocks in online dating.
Advice for the person who thinks they need to lose weight to find love.
Why you don't need to be in the best shape of your life to date.
Advice for someone who's lost confidence in themselves.
Why getting in shape can make you feel better about yourself and motivated to join online dating.
Erin's tips around fitness.
Erin's advice around finding balance.
If you feel good about yourself, it will shine through. If you don't feel that great about yourself, fake it and know what's inside matters the most.
When you are dating, pick an outfit that you feel good in flattering and feels most like you.
Weight affects how we feel about ourselves and if someone thinks we are attractive and wants to date us.
Don't talk about your weight on a date. It may be a big deal to you but not at all to your date. It's not about fitting into your skinny jeans. It's about finding a person who's a good fit.

To find out more about Erin Washington, you can go to www.squatsandmargaritas.com, follow on Instagram @squatsandmargaritas, order her book Squats and Margaritas on Amazon or listen to her podcast Squats and Margaritas on all platforms podcasts are found.

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09/15/21 • 51 min

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Today's guest is Bobby Shanks, and he's the author of the new upcoming book "Undatable." Do you think dating is the worst? If that's how you feel, Bobby believes you could be perpetuating your undatable tendencies, these same tendencies that afflict millions of adult singles all over the world. To help navigate this problem, Bobby wrote a humorous how-to book to address your blocks, fix them, and find what you want, need, and deserve. In this episode, we discuss the many dating dilemmas facing singles today, such as ghosting, one-night stands, lonely nights, frustrations around dating, and the steps we can take to succeed.

Bobby Shanks is an expert in residential and new construction properties and the owner of Shanks Realty Group with over 15 years of experience working in the Jefferson County & St. Louis area. He's also a podcaster and author of the new book "updateable." In his words, he's a regular, everyday guy who's single and ready to mingle but just hasn't had that "aha" moment where he felt like he wanted to spend more time with the vast majority of people he's gone out with. If you don't want to settle or go on countless dead-end dates to weed through all of the applicants to find gold, this book is for you! Bobby also shares hilarious and embarrassing personal experiences in this new must-read, including specific things to consider that will take you from updateable to an amazing dateable person!

Bobby grew up in a tiny midwestern town with a high school graduating class of 20 people. He came from a great family, was always a hard worker and provider. He got married in his mid 20's and found himself married twice with three kids by the age of 45. He was hopeful and excited when he began dating but found he was naive about the challenges online dating brings.

Kerry Brett and Bobby Shanks cover a lot of ground, topics include:
How to use sales and business skills and applied them to dating.
We both knew a lot about the opposite sex and were quick studies around online dating.
How Bobby went on 50 dates during Covid-19, and what he learned about dating during the pandemic.
The essence of contract law and how that compares to online dating?
Bobby's three pillars and his second list of bonus things.
The difference between willingness and worthiness.
Why most singles have a negative experience around online dating rather than a positive.
To be dateable, you need to address your past relationship trauma and resentments of things not working out and find peace with your past.
Why dating isn't a waste of time, it's an investment in yourself and others.
Bobby's advice for people who feel like they are a failure, terrible at dating, or either unworthy or updateable.
The importance of being truly available, and if you think you are too busy to date, you're just not managing your time correctly.
What you focus on expands. If your focus is to date and find love online, you'll have it. It's that simple.How to go from updateable to an amazing dateable person!
To find out more about Bobby Shanks, follow him on Facebook under updateable The Book. He's also on Facebook under Bobby Shanks. On Instagram @askforbobbystl. You can also find him on YouTube or listen to his podcast updateable (The Book) everywhere you find podcasts. "Undatable, Why Singles Struggle with Dating and What to Do About It" will be released in August 2021 on Amazon.

Shot@Love has recently been nominated for the 16th Annual People's Choice Podcast Award and voting closes on July 31st. I would love your vote for Best Female Host. Thank you in advance if you vote or have voted!

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07/29/21 • 57 min

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Today’s guest is Sherry Gaba, and she’s the author of the book “Love Smacked How to Stop the Cycle of Relationship Addiction and Codependency to Find Everlasting Love.” Sherry is also a Psychotherapist, Counselor and Life Coach. She was the go-to expert on a series of VH1 show’s such as VH1 Celebrity Rehab, Sober House as well as Celebrity Rehab and Sex Addiction. Sherry shares her experience around relationship addicts and why people who are hopelessly romantic and love being in a relationship continually move from one relationship to another always on the rebound never giving themselves time to heal or learn how to be independent. You’ll learnhow to steer clear of bad relationship choices,how to break unhealthy relationships patterns while living fabulously on your own or with a partner.

Sherry Gaba helps people cope with codependency, love addiction, toxic relationships, and mental health issues. As a leading expert on addiction and recovery, Sherry’s TV appearances include: CNN, Inside Edition, the Robert Irvine Show, Access Live, E! News, among others. She has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Women’s World, the LA Times, the New York Post, and Psychology Today to name a few. She has also been a guest on many SiriusXM radio shows and now hosts her own podcast, The Love Fix. Sherry is also the contributing writer to the book Chicken Soup for the Soul: Tough Times Tough People.
Kerry Brett and Sherry Gaba cover a lot of ground, topics include:
Why it’s important to dismantle and unpack the shame around failed relationships.
What empty void in your life causes you to jump from one relationship to another and how to fix those unhealthy patterns.
Why do co-dependent love addicts match up with narcissists?
Why it’s so important to be discerning.
Why the universe always brings you what you need to know.
Why having self-esteem is so important and helps you navigate out of unhealthy relationships faster. When you have self-esteem, you don’t put up with unhealthy situations.
Why do love addicts feel so alone and nothingness. If you’re alone and lonely how to address those feelings. You have you; get connected to you first.
The power in being present, people spend most of their time complaining or worrying which doesn't serve you.

To find out more about Sherry Gaba you can follow her on Instagram @codependantlycurious, or listen to her podcast The Love Fix where all podcasts are found. Free Ebook Narcissistic Partners and Love Addiction https://relationship-quizzes.com/narcissistic-partners-quiz/

Wake up Recovery Inner Circle for Codependents and Toxic Relationships $1 trial https://wakeuprecovery.com/become-a-member-co1/

Sherry Gaba, LCSW and Transformation Coach

Author of Love Smacked:How to Stop the Cycle of Relationship Addiction and Codependency to find Everlasting Love

And Wake Up Recovery for Toxic Relationships, Codependency and Love Addiction

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08/30/21 • 38 min

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This week's guest is C.J. Grace, she's the author of Adulterer's Wife, How to Thrive Whether You Stay or Not. C.J. dealt with the double whammy of discovering her husband's Infidelity shortly after being diagnosed with breast cancer. She refused to be a victim and kept her wicked sense of humor. In this episode, we discuss why Infidelity happens, overcoming emotional roller coasters, regaining self-worth, and how to take our power back so we can be happy, with or without a partner. C.J. shares her laugh-out-loud yet profoundly inspiring story while reminding us that life is short and why we should go for what we want now!

C.J. Grace was a BBC Journalist in the U.K. and China Radio International in Beijing. She's a speaker, voice-over artist, and Infidelity author and authority currently completing Hotel Chemo: My Wild Ride through Breast Cancer and Infidelity. When Arianna Huffington received a copy, she invited her to be a HuffPost contributor. C.J.'s been featured on BBC Radio, HuffPost, Divorce Source Radio, and the Daily Telegraph. She's also the Founder of the Clubhouse Club, Overcoming Infidelity, as well as being a cancer warrior. Now divorced and currently living in Hawaii, C.J. insists that the obstacles she's faced have enabled her to make her midlife better than her younger days. Her mantra is the best revenge is to get past the need for it.

C.J. Grace and Kerry Brett cover a lot of ground. This episode is an excellent resource for starting over and navigating challenging times such as losing a relationship, health issues, or simply reinventing. Topics include:

How to move past cheating and letting go of anger or vengefulness.
How C.J. survived by creating and using her 6-part system.
Why you shouldn't make important decisions based on emotions.
How to use anger and pain to create the best life possible.
Why Infidelity is considerably more common for men than women.
The old boys club around the subject of adultery.
How to thrive whether you decide to stay or not.
How common Infidelity is, in fact, Infidelity is more common than alcoholism.
Why people kept secrets and don't talk about this important, heartbreaking subject.
How women get destroyed by being cheated on and how we can help ourselves.
C.J. offers great advice around getting out of the box of negative emotions.
How cheating creates low self-worth while kicking up shame and fear, and how to overcome these emotions.
How to pull yourself out of a victim mindset when you are deceived by a cheating partner.
Why someone who's left you or cheated on you isn't the end all be all, and why you should quickly take your power back and move forward.
How obstacles and adversity triggers personal transformation.
What you can learn about yourself in your darkest hour.
Trust it if you get a gut feeling that something isn't right about someone or a situation.
Cheating is a choice, not a mistake.
If another woman steals your man, there's no better revenge than letting her keep him. Real men can't be stolen.
C.J.'s mantra, "the best revenge is to get past the need for it".

To find out more about C.J. Grace, follow her website for more information www.adultererswife.com, or follow her on Instagram @cjgraceauthor. Purchase her book Adulterer's Wife, How to Thrive Whether You Stay or Not on Amazon.

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08/04/21 • 50 min

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How many episodes does Shot@Love have?

Shot@Love currently has 155 episodes available.

What topics does Shot@Love cover?

The podcast is about Health & Fitness, Society & Culture, Dating, Dating Advice, Podcasts, Relationships and Sexuality.

What is the most popular episode on Shot@Love?

The episode title 'Date More Stress Less With My Little Black Book Co-Founders Billie Prisby and Melissa Gross' is the most popular.

What is the average episode length on Shot@Love?

The average episode length on Shot@Love is 42 minutes.

How often are episodes of Shot@Love released?

Episodes of Shot@Love are typically released every 7 days, 3 hours.

When was the first episode of Shot@Love?

The first episode of Shot@Love was released on Feb 3, 2020.

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