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The Moxie Podcast
25 minutes | 9 days ago
Episode 75 | Ellie Hasner - Purposefully Creating.
Ellie Hasner is a 13 year old incredibly talented young lady. She started her jewellery business, Ellie Rain Creations at the age of 10 and continues to venture and be more in touch with her creative mind. She also loves spending time in prayer or sitting on a tree when in need of some quiet time. In this episode, she joins Jenny Nuccio to share her story and the journey she is currently on as a young creative. She also touches on her great love for women and children and how her business is purposed to support such a course.
27 minutes | 16 days ago
Episode 74 | Mazi Robinson - The Art of Discovering Your True Voice
Mazi Robinson is a licensed professional counselor and speaker specializing in helping women discover their true voice as they navigate self worth/self esteem challenges, relationship concerns, and life stage transitions. In addition to her work as a therapist, Mazi maintains an active speaking schedule presenting workshops on topics such as anxiety, healing, self worth, healthy relationships, personal growth, and purposeful living. She is also a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator presenting workshops and retreats based on the research and methodology of Dr. Brené Brown to individuals and groups. Mazi is the Founder and Director of Cultivate. Through its counseling center and bi-monthly gatherings, Cultivate encourages women to cultivate joy, courage, and freedom in their lives as they pursue emotional, mental, and spiritual health. Mazi resides in Atlanta, GA with her husband and two sons. She is an avid FRIENDS fan, loves dinner on a porch with friends, and is passionate about telling women they are loved and worthy. In this episode, Jenny and Mazi talk about some practical ways of cultivating both emotional and spiritual health. She shares her nuggets of wisdom on self love and being intentionally intact with your boundaries to facilitate the ripple effect that it has on the people we intend to impact. To share in the joy of understanding self love, Mazi wishes to give all our Moxie listeners $5 off her Uncomplicating Love online course. Use the code MOXIE to access this offer. Uncomplicating Love is a course she has just launched that helps individuals live from the truth that they are loved so they can give and receive love from a place of health rather than from a place of earning and striving. Follow the link below to find the course.
21 minutes | 23 days ago
Episode 73 | Karin Cooke - Self-care in Leadership
Karin Cooke is on the leadership team at Freedom Church based in Hereford. Her and her husband have been married for 34 years and have 3 children, 2 of whom are married and she also has 2 grandsons. Chris and Karin oversee some of Freedom Churches pastors and leaders in different locations around the world. Karin’s professional background is a childcare social worker but is currently running a personal life coaching business specifically working with female Christian leaders. She is also an author of a book “Dangerous Honesty”, looking at the impact of pornography on women. Karin loves travel (anywhere!), also cooking and eating good food and spending time with family. In this episode. Jenny and Karin talk about caring for yourself while growing in leadership and into your full capacity. She passionately breaks down how self care plays a pivotal role in allowing us to dream a little more.
26 minutes | a month ago
Ep. 72 | Lilly Bekele-Piper - Cultural Diversity.
Lilly Bekele-Piper is an international education and communication strategist, speaker and activist and is the Executive Producer and host of the Up/Root podcast. After completing her BA at Wake Forest University and a Masters in Higher Education at Harvard University, Lilly moved back to her homeland of Ethiopia with her family in2007 and then to Nairobi in 2011. In 2018, Lilly launched Up/Root - a global podcast on identity and culture that elevates stories of joy, resilience and justice in the region, continent and diaspora. Up/Root curates live podcast events throughout Nairobi and in2019, produced two episodes with UNICEF in Kakuma Refugee Camp. Lilly recently spoke about her life and work at Dadasphere 11, at Alt Summit 2020 and is a frequent guest on global radio and TV programming. Lilly is a popular speaker in Nairobi and at Lavington Vineyard Church and has found her calling at the intersection of human rights, justice and the creative arts. By far, her greatest joy and privilege is parenting Selah, Solomon, Silas and Saron with her college love of 20 years, Ben. In this episode, Lilly and Jenny hold a conversation on the importance of asking questions and engaging meaningfully with people that are different from us to help build a rich culture that is neatly woven together by the diversity and impact of our stories.
23 minutes | a month ago
Episode 71 | Ashley Gardner - Learning Balance
Ashley Gardner started Printable Wisdom in 2012, while in her second year of medical school. Her work features hand lettering, and she is passionate about sharing the art of calligraphy with others. After almost ten years in business, Ashley now continues to create art for Printable Wisdom, and is also a practicing Psychiatrist at her clinic, Pathway Psychiatry, opened in her hometown to serve the mental health needs of her community. In her free time she loves spending weekends in the Texas hill country with her husband and dog, Nash. Be on the lookout for her book. The Handlettering Bible, which is a collection of all her work and will soon be available on the Printable Wisdom website. Also, as a celebration of you walking this journey with us, Printable Wisdom in conjunction with the Moxie Podcast is giving a 20% discount on your next purchase of their products. Head on to their website and place your order with the promo code MOXIE20. In this episode Jenny and Ashley hold a beautiful conversation on how best to listen to ourselves and the needs of our clientele while still understanding when to draw the line and focus on ourselves and our families.
26 minutes | a month ago
Episode 70 | Femida & Carol - Holistic Care.
Femida and Carol play an integral role in the leadership of Imani Collective. Together, they run the holistic department that is the pivot of the organization’s cogwheel through facilitation of programs like childcare, tea and lunch breaks, character building classes, home visits, birthdays, to mention but a few. They create so much impact by overseeing the fulfilment of Imani Collective’s vision of holistically caring for our women, our environment and the community at large. In this episode, Jenny, Femida and Carol talk about holistic empowerment through loving deeply, relationships and how that directly impacts the people we interact with on a daily basis.
23 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 69 | Matt Trotman - Transition
Matt Trotman, together with his lovely wife Scarlett Trotman are the founders of Surefooted Media, a business that majors in videography, photography and graphic design. They provide you with bespoke imagery that captures who you are and communicates your message with such a professional yet friendly demeanor. Matt has taken his hobby and turned it into a business that he is very passionate about. When he is not working, he is most often found outdoors or under water taking the videos of his life and getting awed by the beauty of creation. In this episode, Jenny and Matt talk about the two sides of a transition and learning how to manage control in the face of these changes while embracing all the blessings and challenges that encompass it.
25 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep. 68 | David Pierre - Identity.
David Pierre is humorous, passionate and has a strong burning desire to be a huge help to people. He has created an orphanage, started an organization for the disabled and also built a business, Lavni Products, with the sole purpose of Impacting Haiti and hopefully other underserved countries. In this episode, David passionately talks about consciously embracing the identity of God in us and allowing Him to shape how we decide who we want to be and be consistent with it.
26 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 67 | Daan Mulder - Leveraging Money for Good.
With his expertise in rural innovation and economic geography, Daan works as the regional fundraiser officer for Cordaid in Eastern and Southern Africa (including Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and South Africa) Cordaid is a Netherlands based non profit that works towards digitalisation in agriculture and linking it to the hospitality sector. The organisation has just recently ventured into the health and education sectors In this episode, Daan and Val talk about proper utilisation of finances to implement sustainable systems that continually create impact in any organisation’s target community.
20 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 66 | Danielle Anderson - Simplicity.
Danielle Anderson is an international business coach and strategy consultant. After 10 years in financial services, where Danielle managed strategy at some top tier investment banks, she broke away from her corporate chains and founded Step & Stone. Since 2013, she’s been helping business owners make a living, doing what they love by getting focused, getting confident and getting customers. And all with simplicity! In this episode, Jenny and Danielle talk about Simplicity as a business incubator program, the modules that can be used as essential business accelerators and some practical steps to take when scaling your business.
21 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 65 | Tabz Oiro - Faith and Obedience.
Tabz is a freelance accountant, part time math tutor and the outgoing program coordinator at Imani Collective. She is passionate about family, friendships and loves God above all. When she is not working on numbers, she is cooking, reading a book, watching a movie or laughing about something. In this episode, Val and Tabz talk about taking a step of faith and wholly diving into the unknown by anchoring our trust in God’s purpose over our lives.
24 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 64 | Dan Mugambi - Saying No.
Dan Mugambi is the CEO and Founder of Dankiz Arts and Creations Ltd. Along with being a fine artist and a life skills coach, Dan is recognized as a Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneur. He has been featured in many streams of media and has commissioned projects all over Kenya. In this episode, Jenny and Dan talk about the journey of entrepreneurship and the ability to say no to opportunities that do not align with your personal or business values.
20 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 63 | Kevin Mbogho - Intentionality in Building Relationships.
Being a visionary or a goal oriented individual can make us too focused on the next big thing that we forget to purposefully step back, reflect and see the bigger picture that allows us to strike a balance in the fulfillment of our ambitions. In this episode, Jenny and Kevin talk about how intentionality drives purpose and the investments we make with ourselves and our communities.
20 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 62 | Val & Jenny - News Flash: Changes and Dreams.
For the past 3 seasons, the Moxie Podcast has provided a space for our guests to be vulnerable with the lessons they have learned in life and allowed us a chance to get education from these raw and authentic stories. As a community motivated for change, we are bringing these lessons home by focusing on holding intentional, courageous and topical conversations. In this episode, Jenny and Val talk about the new and adventurous direction the Moxie Podcast is taking and the dreams we have for a more impacted community. EXCITING!
51 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 61 | David Pierre - Harnessing Our Emotions and Courageously Turning Them To Love and Perseverance.
David Pierre was raised in a very large Christian Haitian family. In a family of 6 brothers, he is the youngest and was mostly picked on but also the most loved. He is very humorous and passion driven. As he grew up he saw the need in the community and developed a strong burning desire to be a huge help and voice for his people. He took action by creating an orphanage and started an association for the disabled which led him to become the National Volunteer Director for the Special Olympics. As a result of this much involvement, he was able to help many people in his community and became the community leader. Fast forward to the present, he has now made America his home, has a beautiful family, and has started a business called Lavni Products with the sole purpose of impacting Haiti and hopefully other underserved countries. In this episode, Jenny and David talk about courage, strength and what it means to face our fears head on for our maturity and the societal impact that comes with it.
40 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 60 | Praise Santos - Creating Beauty While Building People Up.
Praise Santos is the founder behind the photography studio ComePlum and has a love for puns, pretty things, and people. She lives in San Francisco where she does silly dances to loosen up female entrepreneurs during their Personal Brand photoshoot, builds her Google map locations of colors around the city to create eye-catching content for brands such as Lululemon and Adidas, and leads workshops for organizations such as the Golden State Warriors and BEI Hotel. Her photos have been featured in Vogue, Forbes, and the San Francisco Chronicle. Praise encourages creatives to use their skills for positive impact. Her project Ethical Weddings won a 20 On The Rise award by the 60,000+ member Rising Tide Society. When she's not photographing, teaching, or playing with her pup Bubs, she tries to play Chance the Rapper songs on her ukulele. In this episode, Jenny and Praise talk about setting boundaries and standing strong by them to find a balance in following our passion and building sustainable personal brands.
38 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 59 | Taylor Mae - Teaching Others How to Embrace the Still Small Voice.
Taylor Mae is the founder of TMCo — a portfolio of brands + engagements focused on guiding people to live out their Aligned Brilliance™. Herself and a small team of passionate, inspired, and entrepreneurial creatives create unique experiences to empower more people to make their dreams, their life. Including Say It Studios™ —a marketing communications agency for soul-driven entrepreneurs to find clarity in their brand message, RUBY™ — a multimedia platform for young Gen Z women to cultivate their purpose, as well as workshops, masterclasses, and insight on the Align To Achieve Podcast. In all her work, Taylor uses a savvy mix of development tools including the Enneagram and Human Design, transformational coaching techniques, her recognized brand marketing + small business expertise, and moreover a spirit of believing everyone’s divine purpose deserves to be lived out to the fullest. In this episode, Jenny and Taylor talk about listening to that still small voice and following it through our day to day activities and how we impact our communities.
40 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 58 | Monica DiCristina - Becoming Your True Self by Prioritizing Connection.
Monica DiCristina is a Licensed Professional Counselor with more than a decade of experience in individuals and couples therapy. She walks with people as they process difficult experiences, helping to bring healing to their relationship with themselves and others. It’s Monica’s wholehearted belief that everyone is worthy of becoming more emotionally free, and that individuals of every age, race, background, and belief system should have the access and opportunity to pursue health and wholeness. Through her podcast, writing, speaking, and counseling work, Monica carries out her heartfelt mission to guide and collaborate with others in their process of becoming who they were made to be. In this episode, Jenny and Monica discuss practical steps in finding relief to our mental health struggles and understanding context, connection and vulnerability with ourselves and trusted communities.
24 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 57 | Jenny Nuccio - Being Intentional about Spreading Joy.
Small acts of kindness do make a huge difference in the lives of people. Creating a global platform like Giving Tuesday that unleashes the power of people and organizations to transform the community gives a greater chance for people to share incredible words and actions of support and love. In this episode, Jenny talks about spreading joy in simplicity by showing these acts of generosity, radically listening and being present for our communities.
43 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 56 | Molly Stillman - Purposely Using our Gifts to Create Spaces for Impact.
Molly Stillman is the founder and creator of Still Being Molly, a life and style blog started in 2007, and the host of the Business with Purpose podcast, started in 2016. She is a speaker, teacher, writer, and loud laugher with a passion for inspiring women to know that they were created on purpose, with a purpose, and for a purpose. Molly’s writing has appeared in publications such as Patheos, ChristianParenting.org, Compassion International, Faith Wire, and Scary Mommy. She is honored to have been featured in such publications and media as US News & World Report, The 700 Club, Cary Magazine, Midtown Magazine, and was named as one of “the Carolina’s 75 Most Stylish People” by Carolina STYLE Magazine. She is a wife to John, mama to Lilly and Amos, dog mom to Tater and Audrey, lover of Jesus, Diet Coke and all of the Chipotle burritos. You can find her on the internets at stillbeingmolly.com. In this episode, Jenny and Molly talk about ethical fashion, building solid relationships and creating a platform that allows people to share their inspirational stories.
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