Create What You Speak Host

Host: Sloane Freemont

Create What you Speak is a real-life discussion focusing on how to change your life by changing your thoughts. Every episode features an inspiring topic that offers a chance for you to change your perspective, your mood, and your mindset. And when you change these things,
you change your life! Not “preachy” and not just a list of cliched positive thinking beatitudes, Create What you Speak is relatable, and actionable for your life.

Join Sloane Freemont as she tells her story (really a renaissance) of blowing up her routine, career and social life to create a brand new life she loves in Nashville, ‘TN. The trick to a life re-imagined starts with a decision for something different. Want to believe? Want to make a real change? Follow Sloane on “Create What You Speak” and learn her secrets, you won’t believe what’s waiting for you on the other side!

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Encore – You Have a Say In It – Deciding It’s Taken Care Of

Download Episode I’m still on vacation this week so enjoy another encore of one of my favorite episodes! Decisions send a powerful message to the universe (and yourself) that things are going to change. Things are going to be different, your results are going to change and you want something more for yourself than you have […]

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Create What you Speak with Sloane Freemont

Single, employed, over 21.  Nashvillian, music lover, bad ass story-teller and change artist.  Sloane Freemont tells her story of change to inspire you to “Create What You Speak”.
Working in the dynamic world of Information Technology where the rules and principles are always in flux, Sloane has mastered how to re-imagine her life with all of the necessary trappings. From a small provincial city in the Midwest .. safe, bucolic and okay, we’ll say it –  a little boring, Sloane said “no thank” you to forty more years of the same recipe.  Her podcast, “Create What You Speak” takes you through the steps to say goodbye to a stagnant relationship, an unfulfilling job or just seriously realigning your point of view.
Her voice is unapologetic and raw.  There’s no point in glossing over the drama of change, the seared feelings and even scarred friendships.  But on the other side is a new way of living where you are the director and not an extra.  Isn’t that what you deserve?