Cultivating Community and Connection with Shannon Buth
Episode 1310th June 2020 • Rock Your Joy • Aine Rock
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What would you do if the most important person in your world was no longer there? If you’re Shannon Buth, you create a movement. This week on the Rock Your Joy Podcast, Shannon joins Aine to discuss how she started her line of inspirational clothing as well as her work with various charities.

Shannon shares how her mother’s battle with cancer led to the idea for her “Live What You Love” collection. She and Aine also talk about the necessity of in-person connection and community. Listen to the episode and live what you love.

  • [01:51] - House of Shan
  • [10:57] - Live what you love
  • [16:48] - Philanthropy
  • [20:48] - How is Shannon cultivating joy?
  • [27:07] - Everything is timing

For the giveaway mentioned in this episode, Shannon is giving away a Hope Tee, Live What You Love engraved bracelet and an imperfect heart pin to the winner.

To enter:

In addition, Aine will also match your donation on any purchases on when you use code: ROCKYOURJOY doubling the donation to $10 to My Block, My Hood, My City

Shannon Buth is a wife, mother to 4 beautiful and (spirited) boys, and the founder of House of Shan. She recently started a clothing line - the ‘Live What You Love’ Collection - as a way to spread positivity and give back to women’s charities. Currently, she is giving warm meals to healthcare workers through Feed Our Frontlines.

Aine Rock is an artist, entrepreneur, mom and High Performance Coach working on becoming the best version of herself and inspiring others to do the same. Rock Your Joy is a place for women to share the unique ways they find, cultivate, and celebrate joy. We’re often so focused on things happening to us that we forget that joy exists within us. Tune in every other week as we find that joy, together.

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This podcast episode was produced by Dante32.