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34 minutes | Feb 20, 2019
How to Cultivate A Life That Matters Offline Too/5 Things You Don't Need to Stress About
We often worry about cultivating lives that look appealing online, but what is the toll this takes on our actual lives? After a few years of working online, I have some thoughts on the good, the bad, and the ugly. We also have our recurring hi's and lo's segment, and our self-care tips of the week. Speaking on offline. Join me this Saturday, in Boyle Heights! I will be presenting at LOUD Community's Realize Lab 2019. Get your tickets here: TODAY and check them out on Insta @loudcommunity. We will be talking all about realizing our power through self-discovery. In this episode you will also hear about: -How to Deal with Emotional Setbacks and Winter Blues -The 5 Things I've Learned at 35 and Why These Universal Lessons Apply to All of Us -Books to help you manage the psychology of finance and actual banking tips Get in touch! @betsyaimeec or email@example.com Leave a review!
23 minutes | Jan 20, 2019
Why Powerful Women Are Scary, "Women's Work" and How to Change Your Life
This week we dig into why the new Congress scares Republican (and let's be real some progressive men) and what it has to do with Jeff and Mackenzie Bezos divorcing. I also talk about why Alexandria Ocasio Cortez is getting all the attention lately. See if you identify with her too! In our "Self-Care Tip of The Week" I share a life-changing podcast by Rachel Hollis author of "Girl, Wash Your Face." Get In Touch: @betsaimeec or Betsy@betsyaimee.com Show Notes and References: Penelope's Blog The myth of the Lone Genius Rachel's Podcast: Ep 72
25 minutes | Jan 9, 2019
Marie Kondo First-Gen Style
In this episode, we get into what happens when Marie Kondo meets immigrant parents who want to keep and reuse everything. The psychology behind decluttering and assumptions that go along with it. Plus, we get into the #WALL in the high's and low's segment and new laws that will impact California residents. We launched a new segment the "Intersectional Self-Care Tip of the Week! Get in touch: @betsyaimeec, betsyaimee.com or work with my business borninjunecreative.com Show Notes: Tidying Up The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up
15 minutes | Jan 1, 2019
Episode 30: How to Keep Your Resolutions in 2019/ The Presidential Elections
Happy New Year! 2019 is here and we said Thank You, Next to 2018. In this short episode, we kick off the new year talking about why 80 percent of people fail to keep their resolutions and how to prevent that from happening to YOU. We also dive into the on-going drama with the WALL and how to start thinking about the presidential nominees in what will be a crazy AF campaign season. If you like what you heard please do leave a review and subscribe on Itunes. Stay in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org , @betsyaimeec, Biz: borninjunecreative.com
40 minutes | Dec 7, 2018
Episode 29: How To Be Innovative on Instagram/ Planning for 2019!
This week I dive into what happened when I made a massive shift in how I think about social media and how I interact with it. I also talk about a new resource that is helping me plan for 2019. I also introduce a new segment called, "Hi's and Low's" where we talk about a good thing and a bad thing that's happening. Share your hi's and low's with me. Tag me on Instagram @betsyaimeec or send me an email email@example.com I also get candid about my mental health, again. I'm also asking listeners to help me get to 50 reviews by the end of the month! Notes: Brooke Castillo Podcast The Lively Show
20 minutes | Nov 9, 2018
Episode 28: What the Midterms Teach Us About Women and Power and Why Women Lie
This week we are talking Midterms and what it means that we added 100 women to traditional positions of power, the courage of Stacey Abrams in Georgia and why I want to talk more about what it means to be a woman with power in 2018. I also talk about a new book I'm reading and how it relates to all this. Plus, why I decided to create my own planner to track the things that are important to me. Get in touch! firstname.lastname@example.org or on Instagram @betsyaimeec.
55 minutes | Oct 22, 2018
EPISODE 27: LIVE PODCAST @ Beyond the Ballot Event-Does Voting Really Make A Difference? How to Get More Involved
This is a recording of my first EVER LIVE podcast! This was recorded at Art Share L.A. during the Beyond the Ballot Event hosted By Way Of Us earlier this month. BACK TO THE BALLOT was a three-day event focused on voter awareness. The exhibition and programming will include an art gallery entitled Protest, as curated and hosted by Art Share LA and conversations with thought leaders in the Los Angeles area. I am joined by my friend and previous guest, Laura Herrera. We discuss how to get involved beyond voting and answer questions from the audience about the Midterm Elections, and make commitments to become more proactive about transforming our communities. You don't want to miss this conversation. We also shared two cool resources: Non-Partisan Voter Guide: WTF is on the Ballot Dude Be Nice: How to Create Change in Your Community Get in touch with me: email@example.com or send me a DM @betsyaimeec
28 minutes | Oct 6, 2018
Episode 26: Supreme Court Rage, Mental Health Rating Systems
This week the government disappointed us once again. But don't fret it's not all over. We are in the for the long run. I talk about what happened, why it happened, what's at stake and what you can do now. Plus, I give you a very unfiltered update on my mental health and why i'm rating my mental health daily now. I will also be moderating a conversation at an event in LA next week about the election and how to get involved. Follow me at @betsyaimeec on Instagram for more!
27 minutes | Aug 13, 2018
Episode 25: How to Get Over Your Fear of Networking
Morra Aarons-Mele is the author of one of my favorite books of 2017 "Hiding in the Bathroom: An Introverts Guide to Getting Out There When You'd Rather Stay Home."She also tells us about her business WomenOnline and its database of women influencers, The Mission List and being on the cutting edge of the digital space working with Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Malala. Her book is all about how to run a business/career, and network when you rather stay home and not talk to strangers. Turns out you don't have to be at every event and exhaust yourself to build a career and life you love. We talked about being the difference between shyness and introversion. Learn why learning to say no can change your life! Learn more about her at www.womenandwork.org Listen to her podcast: Hiding in the Bathroom. Follow her on Social @morraam
31 minutes | Jul 29, 2018
Episode 24: Summer Updates: 100 Days To Change?
I'm back with a Summer update! In this episode, we discuss what I've been doing these past few months and my plans for the show. I also update you on what I've been reading. Why the Midterm elections matter more than you think and what I've been thinking about lately. Thank you to everyone who listens! It means the world to me! You can follow me on betsyaimeec on Instagram Show Notes: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a #@%!
46 minutes | May 14, 2018
Episode 23: How To Grow Your Business with Padrinos and "Sponsors"
Josh is back on the mic this week for an update on all things business and things that have come to fruition lately that relate to our padrinos/madrinas and sponsors. Betsy gives an update on her takeaway from attending the Girlboss Rally and United State of Women event. Plus, we talk about a new mindfulness practice we tried recently. Follow me: @betsyaimeec Follow Josh:@nativedecay Our business: @borninjunecreative. Show notes on betsyaimee.com
47 minutes | Apr 19, 2018
Episode 22: How the Be the Beyonce of Your Life and Career!
Dr. Akilah Cadet, MPH (aka Change Cadet) is a certified bad-ass who teaches women how to realize their self-worth in the workplace and everywhere else. She is the Olivia Pope of Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace. But we really want her to give us all of the Beyonce secrets and in this lively conversation she gives us that and more!
49 minutes | Apr 6, 2018
Episode 21: 10 Mindset Shifts for A Better Life & Business
54 minutes | Mar 29, 2018
Episode 20 - How to Know When It's Time to Switch Pivot or Quit
Ahyiana Angel has made a career out of helping people make big transitions. She is the host of the successful podcast "Switch, Pivot or Quit."
20 minutes | Mar 28, 2018
Episode 19: Mini-Episode. Law of Attraction, Finding Ways to Make A Difference
This is another unedited mini-episode! In this one you will hear an example of law of attraction and why sometimes you get more by doing less striving and more internal work. I talk about how to connect with someone you want to meet in a more natural way. I also give my reflections on how we can start thinking about how we can each use our talents to help the world become a better place. I also give updates on the pieces I published during Women's History month. Resources Shared: Hiding in the Bathroom: An Introverts Roadmap to Getting Out There March for our Lives Erica Garza Wife of the Party @WomenofGrit Reach me: @betsyaimeec or on my site betsyaimee.com
39 minutes | Mar 21, 2018
Ep 17, Part 2: How to Stop Feeling Guilty for Not Being "Latinx" Enough
This episode is for all of the Ambi-cultural Americans trying to navigate their American and Latinx selves. Denise Soler Cox is a documentarian and co-founder of Project Enye. She travels all over the country collecting stories of first-generation Americans. In the second part of this conversation, we talk about being challenged for not being "American" enough or not being "Latinx" enough. We address being different at work, being called out for not speaking Spanish and how we transmit culture and deal with guilt around all these things. Learn the key differences between American and Latinx culture that are a source of internal conflict for first-generation Americans. Denise also shares why she wrote a guidebook to help the adult children of immigrants "Own Their Enye." Born in June Creative was proud to have been a part of the creation of this book! Finally, Betsy talks about the mental health toll that these things can take on us and why she shared her story in a recent piece. Show Notes: -Get the book here! https://enyeworkbooks.com/sp1 -Watch the trailer for the Documentary here: https://enyeworkbooks.com/sp1 -Latinos At Work: http://www.talentinnovation.org/publication.cfm?publication=1540 -Betsy's piece on mental health: https://folks.pillpack.com/what-depression-means-when-youre-an-immigrants-kid/
20 minutes | Mar 18, 2018
Episode 18: Mini-Episode, How to Deal With Comparisonitis, What I'm Reading and #MondayInspo
Taking a break from the interviews for a quick check-in on how i'm navigating with comparisonitis and some tools that have helped me navigate the sense of #FOMO or shame that comes when we feel we aren't measuring up to others. I share books and a movie that helped me get some more clarity on this. I also talk about what's coming up on the show and some affirmations that i've found useful. Let me know if you like these mini-shows! You can always reach me on Insta or Twitter @betsyaimeec. Here are the resources I shared: Earth Life Series by Sanaya Roman Book 1: Living With Joy Book 2: Personal Power Through Awareness Film: Brad's Status, available on Amazon What I'm Reading: Erica Garza: Getting Off Podcasts: Switch, Pivot or Quit The Lively Show
36 minutes | Mar 15, 2018
Episode 17, Part 1: What Does It Mean to Be First-Generation American?
Denise Soler Cox is the founder of Project Enye and she talks to us about being a first-generation American and how it shaped her life and the life of the 16 million Americans who are born in the US to immigrant parents. A timely conversation in an era of anti-immigrant sentiment this candid chat reminds us all about the complexity of our families structures. We also talk about the realities of having our feet in two cultures, the good, the bad and fun parts too. Stay tuned for Part 2 of this emotional episode next week! Great news we are now a weekly show! Make sure to subscribe and review us on Itunes. Details on my website betsyamee.com Learn more about Denise and Project Enye: https://projectenye.com/
33 minutes | Mar 4, 2018
Episode 16: Lady Bird, #OscarsSowhite and Why You Should Even Care
This week i'm coming to you with an Oscar's and movie themed episode! I invited movie critic, and writer Yolanda Machado to give us her take on the "Lady Bird" controversy. She wrote an article for Marie Claire titled, 'Lady Bird' Was Influenced by 'Real Women Have Curves' and No One Outside the Latinx Community Is Acknowledging It." The article was shared widely by people like Junot Diaz. We talk about the two films and why they are symptomatic of how Hollywood treats the stories of women of color. She also talks about how she got in the biz of writing about the biz, and her top films. Don't forget to rate, subscribe and review us on Itunes. Read her article here: https://www.marieclaire.com/culture/a15931477/lady-bird-real-women-have-curves/ Visit my site: Betsyaimee.com for more or follow me on Instagram @betsyaimeec
21 minutes | Feb 14, 2018
Episode 15: 8 Ways to Cultivate Radical Self Love
Happy V-Day! I'm coming to you with a special mini episode all about how to love the most important person in your life- YOU! Whether you are loving yourself or still working on it there's some insights here for everyone. Share this with a friend who might need some love today!
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