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36 minutes | 2 days ago
Cristina Rae, America’s Got Talent Star, on Finding Happiness Everyday
Cristina Rae is a singer & performer who appeared on Season 15 of America’s Got Talent (AGT). Her inspiring and powerful voice was moving, resulting in a Golden Buzzer performance and taking third place in the competition. Cristina shares her personal journey and her rise from homelessness. She tells us how she stays positive, uses manifesting to envision her success and what perspective to have each morning when you wake up. Cristina gives us a glimpse into her experience on AGT and how she got through the season in quarantine with her young son. You can find Cristina on IG at @cristinaraesing.
43 minutes | 9 days ago
Eve Rodsky, Author of Fair Play: Asking For What You Really Want This Mother's Day
In this episode, we welcome Eve Rodsky back to the show. Eve is the best-selling author of Fair Play and walks us through the system & how to use it to rebalance the home workload. Learn about the common thread that Eve's research discovered from women in 17 countries (6:15) and how the premise of the Ownership Mindset (24:34) could change your life. Finally, Eve shares how to talk to a partner/spouse about Fair Play and to finally ask for what you really want this Mother's Day. Our listeners are invited to the Dare to Self-Care free, virtual event where Eve will be speaking on Monday, May 10. RSVP here: http://bit.ly/YourSelfCareRSVP. You can find Eve on IG at @everodsky and on the web at https://www.everodsky.com/,
40 minutes | 16 days ago
Sarah LaFleur, Founder & CEO of M.M. LaFleur: Building Resilience for Success and the Shift in Fashion & Work for Women | Ep. 39
Sarah LaFleur, CEO & Founder of M.M. LaFleur, sits down with us and shares her unlikely journey to become the head of a fashion company. You’ll hear how the pandemic has shifted her business model and the way we will look at fashion going forward. Sarah talks about why she leads her company with empathy, the special connection that inspired her, and how she takes time for self-care. You can find Sarah on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/sarahmlafleur/ and https://www.instagram.com/mmlafleur/ Be sure to also check out Sarah’s blog on the M.M. LaFleur - https://mmlafleur.com/mdash.
25 minutes | 23 days ago
Tina Wells, Author & Entrepreneur, on the Power of Youth & Importance of Representation| Ep. 38
In this episode, we are joined by Tina Wells, author, and entrepreneur. Prepare to be inspired as she shares her incredible journey to success. At just 16 years old, she began her first business, which eventually grew to the marketing firm, Buzz Marketing Group. Tina is also an accomplished author best known for the tween series Mackenzie Blue, and the most recent series, The Zee Files. Tina shares with her how she got started at such a young age and how the power of women supporting women helped her get where she is today. She talks to us about the importance of representation, especially in literature for young girls. You can learn more at TinaWells.com.
29 minutes | a month ago
Dawn Fable, Co-Founder of Press Pause Project, on Prioritizing Self-Care & the Benefits of CBD | Ep. 37
Dawn Fable, Co-Founder of the Press Pause Project, sat down with us to discuss the importance of prioritizing self-care and some of the ways CBD products can help relieve a variety of ailments. Dawn discusses her own journey with anxiety and how she 'accidentally' discovered CBD products, eventually making it her mission to help women 'press pause' and take better care of themselves. She shares how laughter and advice along the way have kept her going and how she plans to evolve her mission to help even more women. You can find Dawn at www.presspauseproject.com or on Instagram @presspauseproject. PROMO: Dawn has offered our listeners 20% off - use code SHESPEAKS at checkout.
25 minutes | a month ago
Zibby Owens, Author and Podcast Host (Moms Don't Have Time To Read): Connecting With Yourself & Others Through Reading & Writing | Ep. 36
In this episode, we sat down with Zibby Owens, author, podcast host and CEO of Moms Don't Have Time To, a media company featuring podcasts, books and events. Zibby was named "NYC's Top Book-fluencer" and on Oprah's list of top podcasts two years in a row. Zibby shares with us how reading and writing helped her to connect with herself, others and heal during difficult times. She tells us why everyone should be reading daily, even if only for two minutes, and how reading/writing can be a reset, an outlet, and a way to connect with yourself. Zibby shares the personal stories that led her to create the podcast, write her books, and how she was able to help people during the pandemic. Zibby's passion and focus will help you see reading and writing in a whole new light. Follow Zibby on Instagram @zibbyowens or at zibbyowens.com.
44 minutes | a month ago
Tiffany Derry, Top Chef Star, Restauranteur & Celebrity Chef on Choosing Success for Yourself & the Importance of Giving Back| Ep. 35
In this episode, we sat down with Tiffany Derry, former Top Chef fan favorite, celebrity chef, and restaurant owner. Tiffany is currently appearing as a guest judge on Season 18 of Top Chef and was a former Top Chef contestant and fan-favorite. We were thrilled to talk with her about her rise to success & the amazing perspective that helped her get there. Tiffany started her career in the kitchen at just 15. Despite the obstacles, she has gone on to become one of the most well-known and loved celebrity chefs. Tiffany talks with us about not having many black female chefs to look up to, and how she had the confidence to push through a male-dominated industry. We talk with Tiffany about her successful restaurants and giving back to her community. Tiffany's perspective and #howshedoesit story will inspire and motivate you. You can find Tiffany at https://www.tiffanyderryconcepts.com/ or on IG at @mastercheftd
31 minutes | a month ago
Suzanne Vita Palazzo, CEO of Upper Deck Fitness: Changing Your Mindset for Mental & Physical Health | Ep. 34
We are joined by Suzanne Vita Palazzo, empowerment coach & CEO of Upper Deck Fitness. Suzanne is also the founder of Badass and Beautiful, a blog and podcast aimed at helping people improve themselves. Suzanne believes in mind over matter & shares with us how shifting your mindset can lead to better physical and mental health. We discuss why it's important to self-reflect & think about the reasons behind habits, such as the food we eat, and how we treat ourselves. She shares with us her own journey to success & offers up her perspective on why. you shouldn't view low points as failures. You can find Suzanne on Instagram at @upperdeckfitness or @badassandbeautiful and on upperdeckfitness.com.
40 minutes | a month ago
Gail Becker, CEO of Caulipower, on Taking the Leap & Having the Confidence to Pursue Your Path | Ep. 33
Join us for an inspiring episode with Gail Becker is the Founder and CEO of CAULIPOWER, a company making favorite foods healthier & gluten-free. Her sons’ celiac disease drove her to want to create better options for them and the passing of her uncovered what she felt she had wanted all along - to be an entrepreneur. Gail left a successful corporate job and launched the brand in 2017 - with zero food experience. She shares with us how she took the leap and had the strength to keep going even through doubt and the obstacles that come with having your own business. In this episode, you’ll listen to Gail share how you don’t have to know everything, the importance of building a team around you, not waiting for everything to be perfect in order to follow your path, and why you should bet on yourself. You can find more information about Caulipower by visiting: https://eatcaulipower.com/ Follow Gail on social media at @CAULIPOWER and @gailbecker.
31 minutes | 2 months ago
Joelle Jarvis, Personal Coach, on Changing Your Mindset, Developing Resilience & Creating Meaning | Ep. 32
In this episode, we are joined by Joelle Jarvis, personal & executive coach, as well as the CEO of The Mindset Partnership. Joelle was a Master Trainer and Leadership Faculty member for Tony Robbins for years and developed his onsite coaching program. She uses that knowledge today to deliver coaching programs for exceptional leaders. She has personally delivered over 10,000 hours of one-on-one coaching to individuals around the world. You'll want to grab a pen and paper as you listen because Joelle shares tangible tips that you can put to use now to change your mindset and perspective on success, failure, and life events. Using her own story as an example, Joelle will inspire you to see that there is no "when" but rather 'right now.' You can find Joelle by visiting her at www.mindsetpartnership.com
41 minutes | 2 months ago
Michelle Silverthorn, Diversity & Inclusion Expert, on Authentic Culture Change and Eliminating Bias | Ep. 31
In this episode, we are joined by Michelle Silverthorn, Founder, and CEO of Inclusion Nation, where she helps companies and organizations ensure that the workplace is inclusive & authentic. Michelle is a recognized organizational diversity expert and speaker. Michelle is a TEDx speaker and author of the book, Authentic Diversity: How to Change the Workplace for Good. This episode was filmed the day after the horrific spa shootings in the Atlanta area, resulting in the death of 8 people, of whom 6 were Asian women. Michelle gives us her take on this event, helps us break down race, representation, and bias in our country, and shares why we need to start having honest conversations in order to make real change. You can find Michelle at https://michellesilverthorn.com/ or on IG at @inwithmichelle.
31 minutes | 2 months ago
Michelle Dickinson, Mental Health Advocate: Tuning Into Your Mental Health Needs & Reducing Stigma | Ep. 30
In this episode, we chat with Michelle E. Dickinson - mental health advocate, TED speaker, and published author of the memoir entitled 'Breaking Into My Life.' Michelle shares her personal journey after years of being a child caregiver, living with and loving a mother with bipolar disorder. Michelle has gone on a journey of self-healing and has spent years trying to educate others on mental health. Her goal is to eradicate the stigma and help others have more compassion and open conversations. Listen in as Michelle shares with us how to tune into your own mental health, what steps to take if you are concerned about your mental health, and how a simple 3-minute meditation practice can help you be more aware of your mind & body. You can find Michelle at: https://www.michelleedickinson.com/
50 minutes | 2 months ago
Nataly Kogan, CEO of Happier: The Practice of Being Happy, Having Gratitude & Boosting Well-Being | Ep. 29
In this episode, we are tackling the idea of what it truly means to be happy with the help from our guest, author & speaker, Nataly Kogan. Nataly is the founder & CEO of Happier, a global learning platform & app that helps people become happier with their lives. Nataly helps us to shift our understanding of what happiness is, seeing it as a skill that we can learn, rather than a state of being. Nataly offers up practical tips that you can put into practice immediately in your daily life so that you can stop struggling and start thriving. She talks about emotional fitness and gratitude. Once you start listening to Nataly, you'll understand why she's been featured by the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Dr. Oz Show. She is the author of the acclaimed book, Happier Now and a sought-after speaker. You can visit her website at https://www.happier.com/ to stay connected and learn more! On IG: @natalykogan
39 minutes | 2 months ago
Laura Berman Fortgang, Personal Coach, Discovering Your Life Blueprint, Purpose & Career Satisfaction | Ep. 28
In today's episode, we sat down with Laura Berman Fortgang, a pioneer in the personal coaching field. Laura is an executive & personal coach to business owners and individuals. Laura has appeared on Oprah, NBC’s Today, Good Morning America, and CNN - to name a few. Laura shares with us how to discover what your "life blueprint" is and how to avoid letting fear drive your decisions. Listen as she shares how to maneuver towards career satisfaction and explains how to "analyze the upset" so that you spend less time on the things that don't serve you. You can view Laura's amazing TED Talk here, where she will help you discover how to find your dream job. Visit her on https://laurabermanfortgang.com/.
27 minutes | 2 months ago
Sophia Herzog, Paralympic Silver Medalist Swimmer, on Motivation, Mentorship & Being a Champion | Ep. 27
Join us today for Episode 27, featuring Sophia Herzog, a champion swimmer and 2016 Paralympic Silver medalist. Sophia, born with a rare form of dwarfism, discusses her impressive swimming career, how she got started and her current training schedule for the 2021 games in Tokyo. Sophia shares how she stays motivated to train and what it like having her plans halted last year by the pandemic. You won't want to miss this inspiring story and the advice Sophia has for women & the next generation of champions. You can find Sophia on IG at @sophiaherzog
26 minutes | 2 months ago
Linda Descano: Finding Purpose, Intention and Constructing Meaningful Conversations| Ep. 26
This week we were joined by Linda Decano, executive leader and communications strategist. Linda serves as Executive Vice President for Red Havas, a global agency that specializes in merged media. Linda's career and accomplishments are impressive and she shares with us her story of success, along with how her mantra to "propel with purpose" helped her to where she is today. Linda offers her perspective relating to others, having meaningful conversations and the importance of 'extending a hand back,' as you move forward, to help those following in your footsteps. Linda also shares the daily practices that help her live a life of intention and gratitude. You can follow Linda on IG at @lindadesx, LinkedIn and Twitter.
41 minutes | 2 months ago
Stephanie Hanrahan, Labeled & Loved Podcast: Living Beyond Labels & Being Your Authentic Self | Ep. 25
Get ready to be inspired by this week's guest. Stephanie Hanrahan is a writer, speaker, and public figure who achieved viral success after making her private journal public, revealing her true self and she has not looked back since. Her journey is that of a wife to a husband with a serious, chronic heart condition, a mother to two beautiful children with autism, and a woman who is here to tell the truth. Stephanie offers insight into how you can live a life beyond the labels, how to step outside a comfort zone and reveal the real you. Stephanie has her own podcast, Labeled & Loved and you can find out more about her on her website, Tinkles in her Pants. IG: @tinklesinherpants.
40 minutes | 3 months ago
Renae Bluitt: Stories of Black Female Entrepreneurs & Netflix Film 'She Did That' | Ep. 24
In this episode, we sat down with Renae Bluitt, storyteller, entrepreneur, and filmmaker, who serves as an advocate for Black women's representation in media. Renae shares with us the valuable insight and passion behind her first film as Creator and Executive Producer, 'She Did That,' which is currently streaming on Netflix. The film offers an up-close and personal look at Black women entrepreneurs, addresses topics like the funding gap for women of color. Renae is also the voice behind the blog, ‘In Her Shoes,' which features Black women who are leaving their mark on the world and paving the path for generations to come. You find Renae at renaebluitt.com or IG at @iamrenaebluitt.
53 minutes | 3 months ago
Sarah Centrella, Bestselling Author & Master Life Coach, on Manifesting the Life You Want with #Futureboards | Ep. 23
In this week’s episode, we talk to Sarah Centrella, the 2x #1 best-selling author of the books; Hustle Believe Receive and #FutureBoards, and a master life coach. You’ll hear how a text message imploded her world and how it inspired Sarah to discover that the life she had always wanted was within her reach. Sarah drops a lot of knowledge & tangible tips in this episode - so grab a pen & paper. Sarah believes that #FutureBoards can literally change your life and gives us some great first steps to get started. You can catch Sarah on her podcast The Sarah Centrella Show or on Instagram at @SarahCentrella.
28 minutes | 3 months ago
Kelly Hoey, Speaker & Author of Build Your Dream Network: Strategies for Building Meaningful Connections & Creating a Supportive Network | Ep 22
Kelly Hoey, speaker, author of Build Your Dream Network, and podcast host, joins us this week to talk about building a supportive social network. Kelly addresses the frustrations and challenges of social networking. You'll learn what you are doing right and what you might be doing wrong. She offers some executable tips on how to build a network that will 'have your back' and the steps it takes to get there. In these times, having an online, social network can be important, so the skills in this episode apply to any career or industry. You can find Kelly at https://jkellyhoey.co/ and on social at @jkellyhoey.
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