The League of Luminary Ladies Podcast with Kylie Patchett | Mindset | Business | Self Development
About This Show
Welcome to the League of Luminary Ladies podcast! The show is designed to reveal the BS-free stories of entrepreneurial success - to highlight that no matter what stage of business, no matter what level of "success", that business and personal growth is still fraught with U-turns, sidesteps, fear-based limits and a whole range of detours. Above all else, I want to "level the playing field" in the hearts and minds of those earlier on in their business journey by shining a light on the whole truth of this entrepreneurial rollercoaster - no shiny, censored version of success in sight.
Join ex-forensic geek, best-selling author and Mindset Coach for Women Entrepreneurs Kylie Patchett as she interviews women entrepreneurs from across the globe, and at all stages of business, to dive deep into their behind-the-scenes fears, doubts, self-sabotage and exactly how they keep on shining their light out into the world despite them all.
Most Recent Episode
LLL Ep063, Liz O'Donnell: Career Disrupting Forces, and How To Manage Them
Liz O’Donnell is a working daughter and working mother living in the sandwich and committed to helping other women as they balance their many roles in life. A recognized expert on balancing eldercare and career, she’s written about the issue in The Atlantic, Time, and Next Avenue. She’s been interviewed about the topic on WNYC, and several other radio shows and podcasts. Liz is also the author of the book Mogul, Mom & Maid: The Balancing Act of the Modern Woman. In 2009, she started the blog HelloLadies.com which she ran until 2015. Hello Ladies was named a top 100 website for women by Forbes, a Best of the Net by Working Mother Magazine and a BlogHer Voice of the Year. For more about Liz visit www.liz-odonnell.com. What we chat about: the career disrupting force of both childcare and elder care, and what we can do about keeping the disruption to a minimum Caregiver creep, and how it is so easy [but dangerous] for us caregivers to make the life of the person we are caring for more important than our own, and how to maintain your sense of self through the process instead