I am thrilled to announce that weekly newsletter videos are back by popular request!

Many of you know that before my Hello, Freedom podcast, my weekly newsletters featured a quick video Tune Up Tip – this time around, the videos will be longer and centered around the issues you struggle with and topics you’re most interested in (thanks to all of your feedback!). This new phase is called the Real Love Revolution.  I will be sharing tips, strategies, solutions & real life case studies from my own experience and from experts (and pals) in the worlds of empowerment, inspiration and psychology.

For all my podcast lovers, don’t worry, Hello, Freedom isn’t going anywhere! I will continue with my in-depth podcast interviews and solo topic (Terri Talks) shows, which will be included in the newsletter each week in the PS and featured in the blog (continue reading to find this week’s blog all about dressing for joy and success!!)

I am so lit up about this new chapter and can’t wait to start this journey with you, next week, when we release the first video in the Real Love Revolution series. Stay tuned and please subscribe to my YouTube channel here so you don’t miss a thing!

Check out the short video announcement below:

Dressing Yourself for Joy and Success

Back in the day, people always commented on how I was such a New Yorker, always wearing all black. I never let on that all black was the only color combination I was sure actually went together! Today I’m delving into a topic that pained me for years: clothes. How do you feel about your wardrobe? Are you a fashionista? Or are you like me, kind of wishing they made those match the animal on the label type Garanimals for adults?

There are so many reasons the, what to wear, questions can cause stress from self consciousness to fear of being judged. For me, my lack of interest in the shopping process coupled with a public life that required more than my natural uniform (jeans, tank, flip flops or boots plus jacket or sweater in colder months) would lead to full blown sweaty panic. Which is why I was so thrilled to meet today’s guest.George Brescia on Hello Freedom with Terri Cole

George Brescia is a styling expert who makes dressing yourself intuitive and easy. I’ve known George for a number of years, and he is a well-known stylist in the theater and television communities. I met him through intenSati founder and gal pal Patricia Moreno, and didn’t realize until we became friends that he was such a skilled stylist. I was grateful when he offered to help me with my clothing dilemma. I love George’s book, Change Your Clothes Change Your Life Because You Can’t Go Naked that provides us with easy strategies to master our closets.
As you listen today, you’ll get some great tips on how to put together outfits with ease based on your coloring and he shares his insights about how to dress that is aligned with what you want to project and more importantly how you want to feel. There’s an internal change that happens when you feel empowered in what you’re wearing.

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“I just wanted people to win at this game and have the world see them the way that they wanted to be seen.” – George Brescia

Show Notes:

  • What inspired George to write his new book
  • How we make judgments in the first few seconds of meeting someone
  • Using hair, jewelry, and makeup as tools
  • How George got into fashion
  • Why he aligned with the theater community
  • What spoke to him in the Fire Starter Sessions

“You may not value the things that you do well because they come easily to you, but other people will.” – George Brescia


  • The intuitive aspect of George’s job
  • Why you have to analyze what looks good on you
  • Why you should forget about trends
  • The importance of fit
  • Why his rituals are about intention and gratitude

“My favorite part of what I do is watching the transformation in someone when I dress them, watching them discover who they really are.” – George Brescia


Links Mentioned:

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“Freedom means to me the ability to express yourself and to make a statement in the world and to say to the world exactly what you want to through the gifts that have been given to you.” – George Brescia









*Featured image courtesy of Glen Scott

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