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Carpe Diem with Jasmine: Lessons from the Journey of Living an Empowered and Authentic Life
14 minutes | 3 years ago
Episode 36: Tidings Of Comfort And Joy
Jasmine shares with us what she's grateful for this holiday season, and how a little bit of kindness goes a long way.
20 minutes | 3 years ago
Episode 35: TOGETHER with Laine Weinberg, Co-Founder and Designer of KOKOON Clothing Company
This week Laine Weinberg, Co-Founder and Designer of KOKOON clothing company shares how she’s used reinvention to successfully manage the highs and the lows of the fashion business for 30 years. KOKOON which means together in Finnish is ethically made in the United States with a mission to provide comfortably feminine style inspired by reality.
47 minutes | 3 years ago
Episode 34: Shining with Kierra Jones
Jasmine chats with Kierra Jones about how and why she decided to leave Corporate America and how she’s helping women entrepreneurs to unleash their potential, gain confidence in their gifts, and take action towards the life they want and deserve. To learn more about Kierra connect with her on Facebook or visit her website. Random fact: Jasmine recruited Kierra for her first job out of college.
51 minutes | 3 years ago
Episode 33: Career Transitions and Fall Fashion Trends with Leslie Davis Niemoeller
Leslie Davis Niemoeller from Season 1 is BACK! In addition to giving us the dish on Fall/Winter fashion trends for 2017 she shares her career transition story...from the non-profit world to owning Savvy Girls & Friends, Exclusively ETCETERA. You can arrange to shop with Leslie via Facebook at https://m.facebook.com/savvygirlsetcagency/
40 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 32: Sparkling at Any Age with Kim Kane
Today, Jasmine talks with thought leader, national speaker, and author, Kim Kane. Kim is an expert in re-imagining life as a woman of a 'certain age.' Her book, Sparkle On...Women Aging in Gratitude, is not one you want to miss! In this episode, Kim and Jasmine discuss the inevitable process of getting older and how to never dull your shine.
54 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 31: Queen Sugar's Tina Lifford on Inner Fitness and Moving Beyond Doubt, Regret and Past Hurts
We’re BACK for Season 2!!!! Jasmine chats with Tina Lifford, Aunt Vi from Queen Sugar about her two passions, acting and The Inner Fitness Project. Listen to learn how you can transform your life from one of survival to THRIVING!
25 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 30: Uncomfortable Conversations with Katharine Heller
Producer Extraordinaire, Katharine Heller, joins Jasmine to discuss Pride weekend, police and politics
34 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 29: Living One Way with Shayla Christine
In this episode of Seize Your Life, Lifestyle Expert and influencer Jasmine Stringer talks with Shayla Christine, a girl who hass recently moved to Greece and is now helping Syrian Refugees. She tells an inspiring story of her independence and ongoing effort to help others.
36 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 28: Living Life on Your Own Terms
Twin Cities Live co-host, Elizabeth Ries and Jasmine discuss living authentically, setting personal expectations, and leaning out in this week’s episode of the Carpe Diem with Jasmine podcast. Elizabeth shares how she finds balance as a working mom, wife and urban farmer. Learn more about Elizabeth’s adventures in urban farming at www.hometohomestead.com
34 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 27: Gayle Forman on Life and Writing
During the Sharjah International Children's Reading Festival Jasmine and awarding winning, young adult author Gayle Forman had a engaging conversation about life and writing. Gayle shares words of wisdom for aspiring writers and her thoughts on seizing the day.
28 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 26: Using Culture to Build A Bridge
Jasmine had the privilege of attending the 10th Annual Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival in the UAE. During her time at the festival she and Ahmed Al Ameri, Chairman of the Sharjah International Book Authority discussed how books and culture can be used to build relationships and foster connections. Take a listen and find out why Mr. Ameri believes that culture "gives one knowledge that cannot be found anywhere else."
27 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 25: Making the Search for African American History More Accessible
Jasmine is back from a trip to Washington, DC where she visited the National Museum of African American History and Culture and eager to learn more about a few of the exhibits she saw Jasmine is talking with Cecily Marcus, Director of Umbra: Search African American History and Curator for the Givens Collection of African American Literature in this episode. Umbra Search makes African American history broadly accessible through a freely available widget and search tool, umbrasearch.org.
25 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 24: Choosing Love and Grace
In a world constantly filled with fear, anxiety and negative news how can we live lives led by love and grace? Gabby Bernstein has a 3-step process for choosing love over fear and she shared it off-camera with Jasmine. Jasmine is back from the “left coast” and she’s sharing her learning’s from Oprah’s “SuperSoul Sessions” and few more tools that will help us choose love and grace over fear and hate. CDWJ podcast listeners can watch “SuperSoul Sessions” for free on the Watch OWN app and on WatchOWN.tv.
23 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 23: Meet a Poetic Storyteller
Jasmine and Lisa Harris author of Unveiled Beauty discuss how Lisa rediscovered herself through poetry and telling the stories of courageous and brave women.
49 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 22: Yoga for ALL
Jasmine and founder of the Yoga for All movement, Dianne Bondy have a heart-to-heart discussion on inclusion, diversifying what we see on the map and self-love. Dianne believes that, “yoga isn’t just for skinny white girls.”
28 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 21: How Jodi Arnold and Eloquii are Changing the Fashion Narrative for WOMEN
Sixty-five percent of women wear a size 14 or larger. This week Jodi Arnold, Vice President of Design and Creative Director of Eloquii, discusses how Eloquii is changing the fashion narrative for women that wear a size 14 or larger and how she found purpose in design. As a special gift to our listeners, YOU can save 30% off ELOQUII with the code SHOP30 when you shop at online at eloquii.com.
35 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 20: Reflections on the Women's March
Jasmine talks with "Producer Extraordinaire" Katharine Heller about the recent Women's March, feminism, and strategies to encourage social change.
30 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 19: A Closer Look at Hidden Computers that Were the Hidden Figures at NASA
An in-depth conversation with Professor Duchess Harris, Chair of the American Studies Department at Macalester College, co-author of “Hidden Human Computers: The Black Women of NASA and granddaughter of NASA human computer, Miriam Daniel Mann. Professor Harris provides contextual background and history on the black women that became hidden figures as they served as human computers for NASA.
45 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 18: Sister Souljah, ‘the girl’ that wrote the book, “The Coldest Winter Ever” and MORE
New York Times bestselling author, Sister Souljah joins Jasmine for a one-on-one conversation about Midnight, “The Coldest Winter Ever,” connection, self-value, writing, travel and what it means to LIVE WELL. This is Jasmine’s last conversation from the 35th Annual Sharjah International Book Fair.
22 minutes | 4 years ago
NEW YEAR BONUS EPISODE 2: Discovering Your Passion and Purpose
Alissa Carpenter from Everything's Not OK and That's OK is BACK! In this NEW YEAR BONUS EPISODE, Alissa and Jasmine discuss how you can use your talents and strengths to discover your passion and purpose and begin to create a personalized plan that will enable you to do more of what you love.
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