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Amy is joined by advocate Mariya Taher to learn more about Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting and discuss firsthand accounts from those affected.Mariya Taher has worked in gender-based violence for over a decade in the areas of teaching, research, policy, program development, and direct service.In 2015, she cofounded Sahiyo, an award-winning, transnational organization with the mission to empower Asian and other communities to end FGC. The Manhattan Young Democrats honored her as a 2017 Engendering Progress honoree and in 2018, Mariya received the Human Rights Storytellers Award from the Muslim American Leadership Alliance. In 2020, she was recognized as one of the six inaugural grant recipients for the Crave Foundation for Women. Since 2015, she has collaborated with the Massachusetts Women's Bar Association to pass legislation to protect girls from FGC. After starting a Change.org petition and gathering over 400,000 signatures, Massachusetts became the 39th state in the U.S. to do so.Mariya is also an extensive writer in fiction and nonfiction and has contributed articles and stories to NPR's Code Switch, HuffPost, The Fair Observer, Brown Girl Magazine, Solstice Literary Magazine, The Express Tribune, The San Francisco Examiner, and more.She graduated with her MFA in Creative Writing from Lesley University, where she received the Graduate School of Arts & Social Sciences Dean's Merit Scholarship and the Lesley University Graduate Student Leadership Award. She also holds a Master in Social Work from San Francisco State University and a B.A. from UC Santa Barbara in Religious Studies.Learn more at sahiyo.org
Today on White Flag with Joe Walsh, I sit down with S.V. Dáte. He is a senior White House correspondent at HuffPost and the author of five novels and two political biographies. We discuss how the media SHOULD cover Trump this time around and why political journalists are afraid to acknowledge who Trump is. Tune in and please remember to like and subscribe to my YouTube channel!
In today's episode, I'm talking to Shani Hillian, a holistic esthetician and freelance writer. As a skin care expert, Shani's work has been featured in Huffpost, Essence, Well + Good, Yahoo Lifestyle, Healthy-ish, Popsugar and more. In this episode, we chat about: How to find a skincare routine that works for you Breaking down each step of an optimal skincare routine- cleansers, actives, moisturizers, face oils, and more The difference between dehydrated and dry skin The skin microbiome & whether probiotic skin products really work Natural ingredients that help reduce skin inflammation Acne: hidden causes, best remedies, & when medication is appropriate What your acne is trying to tell you The truth about “clean” skincare Debunking skincare myths ...and so much more! For more from Shani: https://www.instagram.com/shanihillian/ https://bio.site/shanihillian Make sure to follow @avanouriwellness on Instagram and TikTok for more wellness content: https://www.instagram.com/avanouriwellness/ https://www.tiktok.com/@avanouriwellness & follow the show on Instagram @thoughts.on.thriving and TikTok @thoughtsonthriving for even more content! https://www.instagram.com/thoughts.on.thriving/ https://www.tiktok.com/@thoughtsonthriving Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this best of episode, Chris Hyams talks to social psychologist Dr. Devon Price, about his life, work and latest book "Laziness Does Not Exist" that examines the “laziness lie”—which falsely tells us we are not working or learning hard enough. Price's research has appeared in Slate, Business Insider, Financial Times, HuffPost, Psychology Today, and on NPR and PBS. Like many Americans, Dr. Devon Price believed that productivity was the best way to measure self-worth. Price was an overachiever from the start, graduating from both college and graduate school early, but that success came at a cost. After Price was diagnosed with a severe case of anemia and heart complications from overexertion, he was forced to examine the darker side of all this productivity. Using in-depth research, Price explains that people today do far more work than nearly any other humans in history yet most of us often still feel we are not doing enough. If you are looking for advice to overcome society's pressure to do more and understand the psychological underpinnings of the “laziness lie" this episode is not to be missed.
歡迎留言告訴我們你對這一集的想法： https://open.firstory.me/user/cl81kivnk00dn01wffhwxdg2s/comments 每日英語跟讀 Ep.K568: Buzzfeed News to Close as Company Implements Workforce Reduction Buzzfeed, the digital media company known for its quizzes and viral content, has announced the closure of its news site and a reduction of its workforce by 15%, according to CEO Jonah Peretti. The decision comes as Buzzfeed faces financial challenges, including a decline in advertising spending. Mr. Peretti stated that the company cannot continue to invest in the unprofitable news site and will focus on delivering news through its acquisition, HuffPost. This decision, although deeply painful, is part of Buzzfeed's strategy to navigate the changing landscape of the media industry and ensure a brighter future. 據首席執行官Jonah Peretti稱，以發佈測驗和爆紅內容而聞名的數位媒體公司Buzzfeed宣布關閉其新聞網站，並將裁員15%。該決定是在Buzzfeed面臨財務挑戰（包括廣告收益下降）時做出的。Peretti先生表示，公司不能繼續投資於未盈利的新聞網站，爾後將通過收購來的HuffPost繼續提供新聞。這個決定雖然非常痛苦，卻是Buzzfeed應對變化迅速的媒體業制定邁向更光明未來的策略之一。 Buzzfeed, founded in 2006, was once a prominent name in online media, with a reputation for both entertainment and serious news content. However, the company has shifted away from news in recent years as generating ad revenue and audiences became more difficult. Other lines of business, such as producing custom content, grew more quickly. Despite listing on the stock exchange in 2021, Buzzfeed raised less funding than anticipated. Buzzfeed成立於2006年，曾經是網絡媒體中的知名品牌，以製作娛樂和嚴肅的新聞內容著稱。然而，隨著提升受眾和廣告收入變得更加困難，該公司近年來已經不再關注新聞。其他業務，例如製作客製內容，對業績成長更加迅速。儘管Buzzfeed於2021年在證券交易所上市，但籌集的資金卻少於預期。 Mr. Peretti acknowledged that the challenges faced by Buzzfeed were not solely external, but also internal. He admitted to being slow in accepting the difficulties of monetizing online news in an era dominated by big tech platforms. He also expressed regret at not managing the changes better as the CEO of the company. Peretti先生承認，Buzzfeed面臨的挑戰不僅僅是外部的，還有內部的。他承認，在由大型科技平台主導的時代，將線上新聞變現十分困難並且進展緩慢。他也對作為公司首席執行官沒有更好地掌握局勢表達歉意。 Buzzfeed News Editor-in-Chief, Karolina Waclawiak, also shared her thoughts on the closure in a memo to staff, stating that the company should have tried to build a business around its news site earlier, and describing the closure as "avoidable". She expressed concerns about the wider crisis in journalism and the potential consequences of subscription-based news models that may limit access to high-quality information for those who cannot afford to pay, leading to increased misinformation on social platforms. Buzzfeed新聞主編Karolina Waclawiak在給員工的筆記中也分享了她對網站關閉的看法，稱公司本應早些嘗試基於其新聞網站開展業務，並將關閉網站描述為“可避免的”。她對新聞業更廣泛的危機以及基於訂閱的新聞模式潛在後果表示擔憂，這些模式可能會限制那些無力支付的人獲得高品質資訊，從而導致社交平台上的錯誤信息增加。 The latest round of cuts will affect approximately 180 jobs, and Buzzfeed expects to incur charges of $7m - $11m in severance and related expenses. Despite these challenges, Buzzfeed will continue to operate other parts of its business, including HuffPost, its food brand Tasty, Complex Networks, and its namesake website. 最新一批裁員潮將影響大約180個工作崗位，Buzzfeed預計將產生700萬至1100萬美元的遣散費和相關費用。儘管面臨這些挑戰，Buzzfeed仍將繼續經營其他部分的業務，包括HuffPost、其食品品牌Tasty、Complex Networks及其同名網站。 Shares of Buzzfeed fell by 20% on the news, resulting in a market value of approximately $100m, a significant decrease from its reported valuation of over $1.5bn just two years ago. The company remains committed to navigating the changing media landscape and finding new ways to deliver content to its audiences. 受此消息影響Buzzfeed的股價下跌20%，市值約為1億美元，與兩年前報導的超過15億美元估值相比大幅下降。該公司仍然投入在不斷變化的媒體局勢，並尋找新的方式向其受眾提供內容。Reference article: https://www.bbc.com/news/65341450 Powered by Firstory Hosting
Sarc Fighter: Living with Sarcoidosis and other rare diseases
Rebecca Stanfel is a Sarc Fighter who also happens to be a wonderful writer -- to the point that national publications share her work. She recently published a blog in the Huffington Post, where she talked about the pain from Sarcoidosis that was so bad, only opioids would give her relief. In a world where we now often shudder at the mention of these addictive drugs, Stanfel wrote that they were her only path forward and that they serve a necessary purpose in certain situations -- including hers. That is not to say it wasn't a struggle or that it was easy to wean herself from the medication. It wasn't. But in her writings, and during the discussion on the podcast she talks about how she fought to free herself from the drugs while still dealing with sarcoidosis. Show notes: Rebecca's post on Huffpost: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/oxycontin-fentanyl-opioid-crisis_n_63d1603de4b0c8e3fc7b72f6 More on aTyr Pharma: https://atyrpharma.com/ Participate in the aTyr Clinical Trial: https://bit.ly/3EUOxNq Attend the FSR Crystal Awards Gala: https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/gala-2023/ Royce's Cycle4Sarc page: https://stopsarcoidosis.rallybound.org/cycle4sarc?tab=Dashboard&fbclid=PAAaa9zWEjpGVyS1Q5Swa8mm5JT0t7JH13dfxVxdW1QlBMmbiRmc00Ol-uu-c Royce Robertsons original interview: https://beatsarc.podbean.com/e/episode-79a-royce-robertson-is-fighting-sarcoidosis-from-the-seat-of-his-bike/ Help FSR further its mission by becoming an Alliance Volunteer: www.stopsarcoidosis.org/gsca-leaders/ Become a community outreach leader: https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/gsca-leaders/ MORE FROM JOHN John Carlin's Outdoors: https://www.wsls.com/topic/John_Carlin%27s_Outdoors/ Cycling with Sarcoidosis http://carlinthecyclist.com/category/cycling-with-sarcoidosis/ Do you like the official song for the Sarc Fighter podcast? It's also an FSR fundraiser! If you would like to donate in honor of Mark Steier and the song, Zombie, Here is a link to his KISS account. (Kick In to Stop Sarcoidosis) 100-percent of the money goes to the Foundation. https://stopsarcoidosis.rallybound.org/MarkSteier The Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/ Donate to my KISS (Kick In to Stop Sarcoidosis) fund for FSR https://stopsarcoidosis.rallybound.org/JohnCarlinVsSarcoidosis?fbclid=IwAR1g2ap1i1NCp6bQOYEFwOELdNEeclFmmLLcQQOQX_Awub1oe9bcEjK9P1E My story on Television https://www.stopsarcoidosis.org/news-anchor-sarcoidosis/ email me email@example.com email Royce Robertson firstname.lastname@example.org
How could widowhood happen to both Debbie Weiss and her dad? What are tips for dating midlife? Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy. Debbie got a masters degree in fine arts at 56! She's is a lawyer turned writer, and has a special bond with her dad too! Her essays have been published in The New York Times, Huffington Post, Woman's Day, Elle Decor, Good Housekeeping, and Reader's Digest. Her blog The Hungover Widow offers empathy to those who find themselves alone middle age. Debbie Weiss is a former attorney who earned her MFA in creative nonfiction from Saint Mary's College of California in 2020. A native of the Bay Area, she turned to writing after George, her husband and partner of more than three decades, died of cancer in April 2013, and she found herself single and living alone for the first time in her life. Weiss's essays have been published in The New York Times's “Modern Love” column, HuffPost, Woman's Day, Good Housekeeping, Elle Décor, and Reader's Digest, among other publications. She lives in Benicia, CA with her second life partner, Randal. Connect with Debbie: Facebook author page: https://www.facebook.com/debbieweissauthor/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/debbie_weiss_author/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/DWeissWriter Website: https://thehungoverwidow.com/ Purchase “Available As Is”: Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/1324017.Debbie_Weiss Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Available-As-Midlife-Widows-Search/dp/164742237X/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1JLADG9KGH13C&keywords=available+as+is+debbie+weiss&qid=1665773224&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIwLjkxIiwicXNhIjoiMC4zNiIsInFzcCI6IjAuNTEifQ%3D%3D&sprefix=available+as+is%2Caps%2C255&sr=8-1 Ronit Plank episode mentioned https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/finding-the-themes-in-your-story-featuring-debbie-weiss/id1612365112?i=1000604083470 Huffington Post article https://www.huffpost.com/entry/husband-32-years-widow-grief_n_641866eae4b0fef1524533ed Connect with Reena bettercalldaddy.com linkedin.com/in/reenafriedmanwatts twitter.com/reenareena instagram.com/reenafriedmanwatts instagram.com/bettercalldaddypodcast Ratings and reviews make our day! Subscribe and let us know what you like and who we should have on! ratethispodcast.com/bettercalldaddy podchaser.com/bettercalldaddy
Living Mirrors with Dr. James Cooke
Bobby Azarian is a science journalist and a cognitive neuroscientist who received his PhD from George Mason University. He has written for publications such as The Atlantic, The New York Times, BBC, Scientific American, Slate, HuffPost, Quartz, and Aeon, and he writes the blog “Mind in the Machine” for Psychology Today. His recent book is called The Romance of Reality: How the Universe Organizes Itself to Create Life, Consciousness, and Cosmic Complexity, all topics we talk about today.
Are you tired of being the warden of homework, screen time, and sleep? Would you like to spend less time nagging and more time enjoying your teen? Then this episode is for you. In this episode, I'm joined by The Parenting Mentor, Sue Groner. Sue is the author of Parenting with Sanity and Joy, 101 Simple Strategies, the host of The Parenting Mentor Sessions Podcast, and is a certified Positive Discipline parent educator. She is also a frequent guest expert on ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox to name a few, and provides advice for many national publications and websites such as The Wall Street Journal, Parents, Real Simple, Today.com, HuffPost, and Katie Couric Media. Sue provides us with some tips for guiding our teens without losing our own sanity. Thanks for Listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others would appreciate the guidance and encouragement, please take a quick moment to rate and review. Reviews from my listeners are extremely valuable and greatly appreciated. Review on iTunes. Subscribe to the Podcast If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, YouTube, Google, Spotify. You can also subscribe from the podcast app on your mobile device or listen LIVE in my Private Facebook Group.
America's Work Force Union Podcast
Melissa Moriarty, the storytelling and communications specialist for the National Council for Occupational Safety and Health joined the America's Work Force Union Podcast to discuss their 11th annual Dirty Dozen Report. The report lists the top 12 companies with an unsafe workplace and Moriarty shared some of the details that led to each company being ranked. Huff Post Labor Writer, Dave Jamieson, joined the America's Work Force Union Podcast to discuss the current wave of union organizing campaigns throughout America. Jamieson also discussed the Writers Guild of America strike and the reason behind it.
Subscribe to The Realignment to access our exclusive Q&A episodes and support the show: https://realignment.supercast.com/.REALIGNMENT NEWSLETTER: https://therealignment.substack.com/PURCHASE BOOKS AT OUR BOOKSHOP: https://bookshop.org/shop/therealignmentFoundation for American Innovation: https://www.thefai.org/posts/lincoln-becomes-faiBen Smith, author of Traffic: Genius, Rivalry, and Delusion in the Billion-Dollar Race to Go Viral and Editor in Chief of Semafor, joins The Realignment. Ben, Saagar, and Marshall discuss the end of the social media-fueled digital media, the end of BuzzFeed News and the collapse of Vice, and why the next era of online journalism won't be anything like the 2010s.
Chris Bailey (@chrisbaileyauth), an expert in living intentionally, joins the show to share key decisions to create a calm, yet productive, life.WANT THE FULL EPISODE?Check out yesterday's episode by searching Ep.87 I Deciding to Calm Your Mind, or download it directly using this link.KEY TOPICS How laziness isn't inherently bad.Deriving satisfaction from the good in life.Choosing to savor the moment.What the most productive people are focusing on.What do to when an anxious mind gets in the way of sound decision-making. CONNECT WITH USwww.decidedlypodcast.com Join us on Instagram: @decidedlypodcast Join us on FacebookShawn's Instagram: @shawn_d_smith Sanger's Instagram: @sangersmith MAKING A FINANCIAL DECISION?At Decidedly Wealth Management, we focus on decision-making as the foundational element of success, in our effort to empower families to purposefully apply their wealth to fulfill their values and build a thriving legacy. LEARN MOREwww.decidedlywealth.comSUBSCRIBE TO OUR WEEKLY DECISION-MAKING TIP EMAIL Join us every Wednesday for more strategies to DEFEAT bad decision-making - one episode at a time!MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODEChris Bailey's BooksThe Comfort Crisis by Michael Easter CONNECT WITH CHRIS BAILEYWebsite: www.chrisbailey.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_Bailey Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisbaileyauth/ “Time and Attention” Podcast: https://chrisbailey.com/time-and-attention/ Books: https://chrisbailey.com/books/ Articles: https://chrisbailey.com/blog/ Chris Bailey is an author and lecturer who explores the science behind living a deeper, more intentional life. He is the international bestselling author of How to Calm Your Mind, Hyperfocus, and The Productivity Project—which have been published in 35 languages around the world. He is also the author of the Audible Original, How to Train Your Mind. Alongside his wife, Chris is the host of the podcast Time and Attention, and writes a weekly column at ChrisBailey.com, which is read by tens of thousands of people every week. In addition to his writing, Chris speaks to organizations around the globe on how they can become more productive, without hating the process. His latest TED Talk, How to Get Your Brain to Focus, has been viewed over 13 million times. To date, Chris has written hundreds of articles on the subject of productivity, and has garnered coverage in media as diverse as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, GQ, HuffPost, New York magazine, Harvard Business Review, TED, Fast Company, and Lifehacker. In an interview, the prestigious TED Talks organization said that he “might be the most productive man you'd ever hope to meet", and the Harvard Business Review called him “a quirky and energetic guide through the productivity thicket”. Recently, Wired Magazine called him an “all-around productivity guru,” and Fast Company called him a "productivity mastermind."
Cindy Y. Rodriguez is a Peruvian-American entrepreneur and journalist who has worked in media for over a decade for companies like NBC, CNN, Latina magazine, and Vivala.com, which she co-launched. One of her greatest successes was co-launching HuffPost's LatinoVoices. In 2015, she and her childhood friend co-founded the award-nominated feminist podcast Morado Lens where they discussed sex, culture, and embracing intuition as a form of empowerment, all from a Latina's perspective. She loves creating impactful and diverse content for English-dominant Latinos, especially on subjects like identity, culture, and race. Mentioned in the episode: RECLAMA - spiritual wellness community helping women of color reclaim themselves through hiking and journaling. Soy Andina Documentary - The award-winning documentary about two New York women who journey to Peru to reconnect with roots and dance. Dance Your Ancestors by Cynthia Paniagua Peruana Collective ******* Ways to support Peruvians of USA: Sign up for our newsletter - https://www.peruviansofusa.com/newsletter Visit our website for episode notes - https://www.peruviansofusa.com/episodes Give us a review on Apple Podcast or Spotify Become a Listener Supporter - https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/peruviansofusa/ Visit our Online Store and help us change the narrative with our t-shirt: “El Mejor Amigo de un Peruano es otro peruano.” Also available in feminine (“peruana”) and gender-neutral (“peruanx”) versions - https://www.peruviansofusa.com/shop Follow Peruvians of USA Podcast on IG: @peruviansofusa Like our page on Facebook! - https://www.facebook.com/peruviansofusa --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/peruviansofusa/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/peruviansofusa/support
Ben Smith, editor in chief of Semafor, former media columnist for The New York Times, and the author of Traffic: Genius, Rivalry, and Delusion in the Billion-Dollar Race to Go Viral (Penguin Press, 2023), tells the story of the progressive roots of digital news at companies like HuffPost and Gawker Media (including his own role as the founding editor in chief of Buzzfeed News) and how it went on to become a force in right-wing politics.
Chris Bailey (@chrisbaileyauth), an expert in living intentionally, joins the show to share key decisions to create a calm, yet productive, life.KEY TOPICS How laziness isn't inherently bad.Deriving satisfaction from the good in life.Choosing to savor the moment.What the most productive people are focusing on.What do to when an anxious mind gets in the way of sound decision-making.DON'T HAVE TIME FOR THE FULL EPISODE? Check out the 15-minute highlight clip! Listen by searching Ep.87 HIGHLIGHT I Slowing down to experience the good in life, or download it directly using this link. CONNECT WITH USwww.decidedlypodcast.com Join us on Instagram: @decidedlypodcast Join us on FacebookShawn's Instagram: @shawn_d_smith Sanger's Instagram: @sangersmith MAKING A FINANCIAL DECISION?At Decidedly Wealth Management, we focus on decision-making as the foundational element of success, in our effort to empower families to purposefully apply their wealth to fulfill their values and build a thriving legacy. LEARN MOREwww.decidedlywealth.comSUBSCRIBE TO OUR WEEKLY DECISION-MAKING TIP EMAIL Join us every Wednesday for more strategies to DEFEAT bad decision-making - one episode at a time!MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODEChris Bailey's BooksThe Comfort Crisis by Michael Easter CONNECT WITH CHRIS BAILEYWebsite: www.chrisbailey.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chris_Bailey Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisbaileyauth/ “Time and Attention” Podcast: https://chrisbailey.com/time-and-attention/ Books: https://chrisbailey.com/books/ Articles: https://chrisbailey.com/blog/ Chris Bailey is an author and lecturer who explores the science behind living a deeper, more intentional life. He is the international bestselling author of How to Calm Your Mind, Hyperfocus, and The Productivity Project—which have been published in 35 languages around the world. He is also the author of the Audible Original, How to Train Your Mind. Alongside his wife, Chris is the host of the podcast Time and Attention, and writes a weekly column at ChrisBailey.com, which is read by tens of thousands of people every week. In addition to his writing, Chris speaks to organizations around the globe on how they can become more productive, without hating the process. His latest TED Talk, How to Get Your Brain to Focus, has been viewed over 13 million times. To date, Chris has written hundreds of articles on the subject of productivity, and has garnered coverage in media as diverse as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, GQ, HuffPost, New York magazine, Harvard Business Review, TED, Fast Company, and Lifehacker. In an interview, the prestigious TED Talks organization said that he “might be the most productive man you'd ever hope to meet", and the Harvard Business Review called him “a quirky and energetic guide through the productivity thicket”. Recently, Wired Magazine called him an “all-around productivity guru,” and Fast Company called him a "productivity mastermind."
Mastery Unleashed with Christie Ruffino
ABOUT TODAY'S SHOW On today's show, Kelli talks about strategies women can use to navigate the higher levels of exposure they face as they accelerate their careers. ABOUT KELLI Kelli Thompson is a women's leadership coach and speaker who helps women advance to the rooms where decisions are made. She has coached and trained hundreds of women to trust themselves, leads with more confidence, and create a career they love. She is the founder of the Clarity & Confidence Women's Leadership Program, and a Stevie Award winner for Women in Business—Coach of the Year. She is the author of Closing The Confidence Gap: Boost Your Peace, Your Potential & Your Paycheck. Kelli holds an MBA, has served as an adjunct management professor, and has more than ten years of senior leadership experience in financial services and technology organizations. Her thought leadership has been featured in Forbes, MarketWatch, Parents Magazine, HuffPost, and FastCompany. Kelli is from Omaha, Nebraska, and her favorite roles are wife to Jason and mom to Hailey. LINKS SHARED ON THE SHOW www.kelliraethompson.com Book: closingtheconfidencegap.com/book Instagram: @kelliraethompson Linkedin: in/kelliraethompson ABOUT OUR SHOW Mastery Unleashed (formerly Overcoming Mediocrity) is a podcast for success-driven women who want to empower their thoughts, design their dream businesses, and build beautiful lives that are aligned with their destinies—hosted by Bestselling Author and Business Strategist Christie Ruffino. Each episode features today's top influencers and entrepreneurs on the rise as they share empowering stories and ninja tips meant to become the FUEL that will ignite a positive change in YOUR life and the lives of others. Access Our Free Gift Vault GET THIS GIFT AND MANY MORE HERE: https://masteryunleashedpodcast.com/gift-signup/
Elle Russ is a #1 best selling author, world-renowned thyroid health expert, and Master Coach. She is the author of Confident As Fu*K and The Pale Thyroid Solution- a book that has helped thousands of people around the world reclaim their health. Elle has written for Entrepreneur magazine and has been featured in Success Magazine, HuffPost, Mind Body Green, Podcasting Magazine, Prevention, and much more.Elle has been coaching people all over the world in a variety of areas for over a decade. She is also the host of The Elle Russ Show - a weekly show intended to inspire, motivate, and educate. Elle has been podcasting for 8 years with over 500 interviews and 20 million downloads.Visit Elle : https://www.elleruss.com to learn more about Elle's free masterclasses and online courses.Elle's IG: https://www.instagram.com/_elleruss/Banter and Barbells IG: https//www.instagram.com/banterandbarbells/
The Beautifully Broken Me Podcast
Synopsis: Discover the secrets to transforming your life as renowned transformational, business, and executive coach Kellan Fluckiger joins The Beautifully Broken Me Podcast. In this powerful and insightful episode, Kellan shares his profound wisdom and personal struggles, revealing how embracing the rocks along our journey can pave the way to ultimate life. Learn how to navigate the road maps and pathways to success as Kellan explains the importance of turning obstacles into opportunities. Dive deep into the truth that there is no such thing as failure, only valuable lessons to be learned. Finally, discover how embracing life's "rocks" can lead to immense growth and success. This episode is a treasure trove of deeper truths, empowering you to choose and create your ultimate life intentionally. Take advantage of this chance to learn from Kellan's exceptional guidance and transform your journey, one stepping stone at a time. Please tune in to uncover the keys to crafting your ultimate life by embracing the rocks and harnessing their power for growth and success.About Kellan:Kellan Fluckiger is a C-Suite Executive Board Member, a Speaker, and an ultimate catalyst for personal transformation. He is a Leadership Mentor, a Life and Business Coach, and 8-times number 1 Amazon Best Selling Author. In addition, Kellan Fluckiger is the host of the Ultimate Life podcast. An incredible podcast with over 600 podcast episodes and 100s of thousands of listeners worldwide, whose lives have been transformed just by Kellan's wonderful message of love, motivation, and transformation. Kellan has worked with State Governors, Senators, Ministers, CEOs, BMI music award winners, Super Bowl winners, Hollywood actresses, philanthropists, policymakers at the highest levels, and those seeking to crack the code to ultimate performance. Kellan is also a Musician, a Producer, and a lover of people. After decades of depression, addictions, life-threatening illness, and a near-death experience, Kellan has become the ultimate catalyst to help motivate people to melt barriers, move mountains and mobilize their superpowers to achieve their most authentic desires.He has been featured in CBS, LA talk radio, Chase Enterprise, The Canada Institute, NBC, ABC, Fox News, Maimi Heralds, and HuffPost, to mention but a few.Connect With Kellan On:Personal Website: kellanfluckiger.comConnect with the Host ~Noble Ij:Links: https://podbio.me/thebeautifullybrokenmeJoin our Facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/thebeautifullybrokenmeFollow us on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/thebeautifullybrokenme
On the Schmooze Podcast: Leadership | Strategic Networking | Relationship Building
Today's guest is healing workplaces through play and positive psychology. He believes fully embracing your nerdy genius gives you the power to make a difference and change lives. We already have many of the answers we seek, and by simply unleashing our inner child, we can find our purpose and, in turn, help to create a better world. He helps teams build psychological safety and assist individuals in addressing their most significant challenges by embracing a play-oriented approach to work. He was selected by BambooHR & Engagedly as one of the Top 100 HR Influencers and has been featured in the NY Times, Mashable, Upworthy, Huffpost, Shondaland, & Wired. He has worked with Google, Microsoft, Southwest Airlines, Adobe, the NFL, Amazon, and Facebook, helping their staff infuse more play into their daily lives. As he says, “Work sucks, but it doesn't have to.” Please join me in welcoming Jeff Harry. In this episode, we discuss: His thoughts on leadership: “The leader is the person everyone gravitates towards. They are the person you want to follow. Almost always, this is not the person with the leadership title.” Why he found trying to be cool exhausting and turned his life towards games and how that connected to his life today. Feeling unseen in the 7th and 8th grades. Starting a leftist magazine while in college at Tufts University. Creating mischief to inspire belonging. Being fully present was how he connected with others. His experience attending a party where he felt the loneliest he ever felt in his life even though he was in the space of acceptance. How he ended up working for a toy company in New York. Why he wants to heal the hardest situations through play, including how to heal your inner critic. How he tried to unionize the flagship Toys R Us store in Manhattan. How he found potential through a Craigslist ad job. Why his bowtie reminds him not to take things seriously. How he picked the different curriculums collaboratively. “We would listen to everyone's opinion.” His time spending five years travelling with Lego. How he started his TikTok during the pandemic and that led to him experimenting with pitching himself to podcasts. How he started getting paid for speaking gigs. How he nurtures and sustains the outer levels of his network. Listen, subscribe, and read show notes at www.OnTheSchmooze.com
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In this fascinating episode of the Selling With Love podcast, host Jason Marc Campbell welcomes renowned emotional intelligence expert, Dr. Neeta Bhushan. Together, they dive deep into the world of emotional intelligence, exploring its importance in our personal and professional lives. Discover how emotional intelligence can transform your relationships, communication, and empathy, and learn powerful techniques for mastering your own emotional IQ. From overcoming life's challenges to embracing success, Dr. Bhushan shares her expertise and invaluable insights to help you unlock your full potential. Don't miss this incredible opportunity to revolutionize your EQ journey. Never Struggle With Sales Again: Identify, Attract and Close your Ideal Clients FREE MINI-COURSE
SUPPORT MY WORK through Patreon!Debut novelist Crystal Smith Paul joins the podcast to discuss her historical fiction book, Did You Hear About Kitty Karr?, and her top historical fiction book recommendations for your summer.Historical fiction lovers, you do not want to miss this fascinating discussion about some of your favorite books and some details on upcoming 2023 historical fiction book releases. Today's interview with Crystal Smith Paul offers a peek behind the curtains at the creation of the riveting debut novel, "Did You Hear About Kitty Karr?”, soon to hit store shelves on May 2nd from Henry Holt & Company. The novel explores impactful themes such as colorism and the generational trauma of racism in the U.S. In the interview, Crystal will discuss her research on these themes and what message she hopes readers take away from Kitty's fictional story. The true story that inspired many of these fictional characters should not be missed today.Learn about Paul's rich background that lent itself well to Kitty's Hollywood backstory, how she approached this dual-timeline narrative, and the most significant challenges she faced with writing and publishing. Don't miss Crystal's favorite books in today's bonus book list with the best historical fiction books for your summer that include some of the most anticipated books of the summer season! I round out our discussion with some intriguing trivia about these incredible selections featured today. Meet Crystal Smith PaulCrystal Smith Paul attended Spelman College and UCLA's School of Theater, Film and Television and received her master's in journalism from NYU. Her nonfiction writing has appeared in Salon, Jezebel, and HuffPost. She currently works in digital marketing for wellness and beauty brands. Did You Hear About Kitty Karr? is her first novel.Mentioned in this episode:Joining the Patreon community is an affordable way to support the show and gain access to a wealth of resources, including author interviews and curated book lists. And if you're a fan of the show, sharing it with just one friend, leaving a like, or leaving a review can go a long way in helping the podcast reach new listeners. Did You Hear About Kitty Karr? By Crystal Smith PaulNormal Family by Chrysta BiltonMom Advice Book ClubNormal Family Book ChatA Chosen Exile by Allyson HobbsPassing by Nessa LarsenThe Autobiography of An Ex-Colored Man by James Weldon JohnsonImitation of LifeRandom Family by Adrian Nicole LeBlancThe Vanishing Half by Brit BennettThe Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher MurrayThe First Ladies by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher MurrayMary Jane McLeod Bethune (1875-1955) Q&A with The Personal Librarian Co-Authors Marie Benedict & Victoria Christopher Murray | Penguin Random House AudioThe Celebrity Book Club Deep Dive Episode You NeedHomegoing by Yaa GyasiPowell's Books Interview - Yaa Gyasi, Author of HomegoingCape Coast Castle in GhanaWhen Adults Banned Their Books, These Teens Fought Back By Organizing by The DefectorThe Secret Diaries of Charles Ignatius Sancho by Paterson JosephThe Picaresque Life of and 18th Century Black English Polymath by the NYTShop the above (Amazon) links or shop through my Book Gang Bookshop Page!! They pay a 10% commission on every sale and give a matching 10% to independent bookstores.Connect With Us:Connect with Crystal Smith Paul on her Website or InstagramConnect with Amy on Instagram, on TikTok, or MomAdvice.comJoin the MomAdvice Book ClubShop Our Bookish Shirts to support the show
Toxic Leadership: Tales of Transformation
Kelli Thompson is a women's leadership coach and speaker who helps women advance to the rooms where decisions are made. She has coached and trained hundreds of women to trust themselves, lead with more confidence, and create a career they love. She is the founder of the Clarity & Confidence Women's Leadership Program, and a Stevie Award winner for Women in Business—Coach of the Year. She is the author of Closing The Confidence Gap: Boost Your Peace, Your Potential & Your Paycheck. Optional read:Kelli holds an MBA, has served as an adjunct management professor, and has more than ten years of senior leadership experience in financial services and technology organizations. Her thought leadership has been featured in Forbes, MarketWatch, Parents Magazine, HuffPost, and FastCompany. Kelli is from Omaha, Nebraska, and her favorite roles are wife to Jason and mom to Hailey.www.linkedin.com/in/kelliraethompsonwww.instagram.com/kelliraethompsonwww.twitter.com/_KelliRThompsonThe Toxic Leadership PodcastInstagram: @ToxicLeadershipPodcastTwitter: @ToxicLeaderShow Dr. Kevin Sansberry II is a behavioral scientist and executive coach with expertise in toxic leadership, human capital strategy, and creating inclusive cultures of belonging to enhance organization performance. Over the years, Kevin has focused on providing research-informed solutions in various settings such as higher education, nonprofit, sales, and corporate environments. Follow KEVRA: The Culture Company on Linkedin to keep up with your favorite behavioral scientist, Dr. Sansberry. At KEVRA: The Culture Company, we partner to effectively evolve your organizational culture by focusing on competency development, best practices, and leading research to deliver systemic and innovative solutions for company success. Have a question for Dr. Sansberry? Visit askdrkev.com to send your leadership and organizational-related questions. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review & share! https://thetoxicleadershippodcast.com/
Discovering the Enneagram was the key to helping Kelli Thompson get out of her head, move through doubt and rumination, and take action. “It was really just a journey of how do you bring your life back into alignment with your values, learn to trust your heart and your gut, and that they have just as much merit as your brain, and then how do you use that to speak up and set boundaries, and take next steps forward and to make confident decisions,” says Kelli. In this episode, Kelli shares the importance of bringing the three centers of intelligence into balance and how to navigate gender stereotypes as an Enneagram 5 in the workplace while not losing yourself in the process. ––– Kelli Thompson is a women's leadership coach and speaker who helps women advance to the rooms where decisions are made. She has coached and trained hundreds of women to trust themselves, lead with more confidence, and create a career they love. She is the founder of the Clarity & Confidence Women's Leadership Program, and a Stevie Award winner for Women in Business—Coach of the Year. Her thought leadership has been featured in Forbes, MarketWatch, Parents Magazine, HuffPost, and FastCompany. She is the author of Closing The Confidence Gap: Boost Your Peace, Your Potential & Your Paycheck. Website Instagram LinkedIn
Julie and Casey sit down for an encore conversation with Cyndie Spiegel, where they get to talk all things “Microjoys”, what it's like to balance public and private as a shiny person, and touch upon lots of micro-topics from cats to dealing with pandemic weight gain. TOP TAKEAWAYS: Microjoys are not about the size of the joy, but rather its accessibility. Instead of toxic positivity, microjoys allow us to accept that things are as okay as they can be at any moment, but you can find joy anywhere. There is no past place to get back to. Whether it's our pre-pandemic size, a past version of ourselves, or deeply missing an important person, the only way out is through, and you are not the same on the other side. Proving yourself to others can be a fatberg of a time suck . . . notice if you are wasting any time trying to convince someone else of who you are. Try shifting proving yourself to others to proving yourself to yourself. And a bonus tip but one that never gets old: If your pants are too small, buy a bigger size. LESSON: Navigating vulnerability in speeches. About Cyndie: Cyndie Spiegel is a born storyteller–turned–writer; she's an aspirational voice and an igniter of powerful conversation around self-acceptance, integrity, and joy. She is a former fashion executive, adjunct professor at Parsons School of Design and Fashion Institute of Technology, and holds a masters of professional studies. She is also a TEDx speaker and a certified yoga and meditation teacher. Her honest storytelling, vulnerable self-inquiry, and penchant for swear words have made her a sought-after speaker for conferences, brands, and organizations, and she has been featured in publications such as Forbes, Glamour, Teen Vogue, and HuffPost. She currently lives in New Jersey with her (very handsome) photographer husband, two cats, way too many patterns, and an excessive number of houseplants. She is the founder of Dear Grown Ass Women, an inclusive and highly relatable social community for women 35+, and she is also the author of A Year of Positive Thinking. (Photo credit: Ira James) Author Site: www.cyndiespiegel.com Social: Instagram @cyndiespiegel BUY MICROJOYS!
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Stacey began her career at Marsteller Inc. (a division of Young & Rubicam), where she was responsible for expanding the corporate communications program for advertising executives. She then held senior positions in both public relations and marketing over a six-year period at CBS/FOX Video, then the world's largest home video company. Stacey founded Co-Communications in 1997. Under Stacey's leadership, Co-Communications has been awarded the Advertising Club of Westchester's “Best of Show” (2002, 2010, 2012) sponsored by Gannett, Forbes Enterprise Award (2006) and was inducted into the Westchester County Business Hall of Fame (2008). She was recently named PRSA Practitioner of the Year (2013) and a Smart CEO Brava honoree (2015) in recognition of her professional achievements, experience and reputation in the profession. Stacey speaks often at industry conferences. Stacey is a HuffPost blogger and has been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, Forbes, Crain's, Sales & Marketing and other leading national publications. She chairs The Business Council of Westchester's Marketing and Communications Council and currently serves on the board of The Business Council of Westchester and United Way's Women's Leadership Council. She holds a B.S. from Syracuse University, MBA from Fordham University and recently completed a certificate program in Media, Entertainment and Technology from NYU Leonard Stern School of Business.
There are a handful of Instagram experts and Jenn Herman has absolutely blazed the trail! The rapid clip of updates from the platform has been challenging to keep up with, and Jenn is always on top of it, sharing with her community and followers what we should all know about the platform. On this show we discuss timely updates and evergreen tips that everyone can use to maximize their brand presence on the platform. "The head of Instagram has come out and said multiple times that they are moving towards more personalized conversations; that they see more and more behavior on the platform where people are sharing things within direct messages -- more so than sharing their stories or posting things publicly." Our guest... Jenn Herman, Owner/Founder of Jenn's Trends Jenn Herman is a social media consultant, speaker, and globally recognized Instagram expert. She is a sought-after and international speaker providing tips, resources, and training for organizations of all sizes that need to structure their social media strategies. Her business background includes Administration, Sales, Human Resources, and Marketing and she enjoys bringing all these skills together to help you grow your business. Jenn has been featured in Inc., Fox News, BBC News, Yahoo Finance, Entrepreneur, HuffPost, The Verge, CBS Radio LA, and numerous other podcasts and publications. She is the author of “Instagram for Dummies”, “Instagram for Business for Dummies”, and “The Ultimate Guide to Social Media Marketing.” Jenn's book reco: "Conversations that Connect" by Brooke Sellas (an upcoming guest!) ~._.*._.~ We are "Making a Marketer"... in all ways. Check out episode 125 - and please take a minute to follow, rate, & review us on your podcast platform of choice & get each ep. when it drops... Also, share with your friends & colleagues! https://bit.ly/mamITuneNEW ::: This episode is made possible by Powers of Marketing - emPOWERing amazing podcast experiences & online and in person events ::: **ALSO: Our editor Avri makes amazing music! Check out his music on Spotify!**
About KimKimberly Stuart grew up in Iowa, where she learned to be snobbish about corn on the cob and good storytelling. She earned degrees at St. Olaf College and the University of Iowa, both fine institutions that did very little to prepare her for the lethal cocktail of parenting and writing. Stuart is the author of eight novels, including Sugar, Heart Land, and the forthcoming Star For Jesus (And Other Jobs I Quit): Rediscovering the Grace That Sets Us Free (Hachette/Worthy 2024). Her books have been featured in Cosmopolitan, Huff Post, and the Chicago Sun-Times. She and New York Times-bestselling author Bob Goff have coached hundreds of aspiring authors through their executive coaching, online courses, and events at The Oaks Retreat Center. Kim's solo podcast, For Real with Kimberly Stuart, launched in fall 2021. A joint podcast with Goff, The Writing Room, launched in fall 2022.Stuart has made her home in Minneapolis, Houston, Chicago, Costa Rica, Nebraska, and Iowa, where she now lives with her brave husband and three wily children.Connect with MikeWebsite:kimberlystuart.comSocial Media:IG- @kimberly.stuart.writesPodcasts:For Real with Kimberly StuartThe Writing Room with Kimberly Stuart and Bob GoffOrder Erin's Book Today!book.erincuccio.comFinally, be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and SHARE! Make sure you don't miss a thing by subscribing on your favorite podcast platform and share so that all your friends can find us too! Connect with ErinIG @erincucciowww.erincuccio.comJoin my COMMUNITY https://hello.erincuccio.com/ You'll receive exclusive content right to your mobile device, and the best part is it's FREE.
Abagail & Emylee are the business fairy Godmothers behind Boss Project and the hosts of thechart-topping podcast, The Strategy Hour.They're internet-famous for their program, Trello forBusiness, which breaks down boring and complicatedsystems into bite-size chunks. They have helped over10k creative small business owners create simplicityand ease in reaching their goals.After getting their start in 2015 serving clients in themarketing and branding space, they now help otherservice based business owners reignite their offer,create systems for client experience, and get more oftheir time back inside their program, The Incubator.Featured in Forbes, HuffPost, Marie Claire and INC.The team at Boss Project is truly revitalizing the servicebased industry through strategies that don't requireflashy marketing, a huge audience or full-time hours.
Reality check: AI is about to take over more than your chats and sex lives, earthlings. This shit is on its way to making human roles and creativity obsolete. Well not if this game-changing artist has anything to do with it. What, like it's hard? Jeremy Cowart's been named one of the most influential web photographers by HuffPost and also featured in TIME, Forbes, AdWeek. His portraits include the Kardashians, Taylor Swift, Dolly Parton, Sting, Garth Brooks, and Britney, bitch, with clients like Nike, Sports Illustrated, and ABC. Following his NFT renegade "Block Queens" (which sold out in seconds), he talks about his historic, upcoming project AURAS -- creating 10,000 unique NFTs in 20 minutes without AI in front of a live audience. In our sit-down from his Nashville studio, we talk: NFT naysayers, what IG was *intended* for, why the female form just hits different in art, control and freedom in creating, and of course, beating AI art at its creepy little game. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/taylor-ferber/support
According to Harvard Business Review, women are asked to volunteer for invisible tasks at work 44% more often than men. Our guest today, Kelli Thompson, was always asked to organize time-sucking parties or fundraisers, for which she never received recognition.Invisible tasks benefit the organization but likely don't contribute to someone's performance evaluation and career advancement, hence making the work invisible for pay and promotions. Kelli is a keynote speaker, writer, and award-winning leadership coach who helps women advance with clarity and confidence so they can make an impact in the rooms where decisions are made. She is featured in Forbes, MarketWatch, HuffPost, Parents, and elsewhere. In today's episode, we discuss…The invisible workload at the office like parties, supplies, and other tasksExtra tasks that don't contribute to The rise of the Employee Resource Group and how it often falls to women and women of colorThe load of volunteer requests vs. strategic initiativesBeing a doer vs. being strategicAsking yourself, “What am I saying yes to and what am I busy with at work?”Looking at your values, skills, talents, and energy when you think about taking on a new task at workReasons we say yes when we really want to say noHow to elegantly say no without feeling like you are not a team player or don't support the organizationSetting boundaries for what you can and cannot doHow does people-pleasing get in your way when it comes to an invisible workloadThe belief that a request deserves an immediate response instead of giving yourself time to thinkAsking yourself, “Where do I feel resentful?”Using a calendar audit to determine if something is an energy sucker, energy staller, or energy surgerHow you can switch your mindset from doing to leadingFor the show notes and all the links mentioned in today's episode, head to secretsofsupermom.com/117.Stay connected!www.secretsofsupermom.comSecrets of Supermom on FacebookSecrets of Supermom on Instagram
As small businesses, sometimes it doesn't occur to us to reach as big as we could. If you're a coach, consultant, or subject matter expert, there may be much bigger clients out there for you than you're currently thinking. Or maybe you're already landing corporate clients and want it to be easier and more consistent. Today, my guest Angelique Rewers shares insights on how small businesses can reach bigger corporate clients. She encourages business owners to stop ruling out opportunities because they seem out of reach. Angelique stresses the importance of thinking from the point of view of the corporate decision-maker and becoming a resource within their network. I'm positive our conversation will offer ideas and strategies that are applicable to all small businesses seeking to reach clients bigger than their current market. Angelique Rewers is the CEO and Founder of BoldHaus®, an Inc. 5000 company, who specializes in helping small and diverse businesses win and work with corporate clients. With over 25+ years of experience, she is recognized as a renowned expert in small business growth, and has been featured in major media such as Forbes, Entrepreneur, HuffPost, CNBC, and The Washington Post, as well as on major news and financial networks such as ABC, NBC, CBS, and YahooFinance. Under her leadership, BoldHaus has trained and mentored over 10,000 small businesses in more than 72 countries worldwide, and has brought entrepreneurs together with major brands such as Coca-Cola, UPS, AT&T, Accenture, Intel, IBM, HP, Marriott, Chevron, Major League Baseball, and many more, through groundbreaking global conferences, helping both sides work together more effectively. Aside from her business expertise, Angelique has also trained and consulted for organizations like USAID, National Geographic, and The Smithsonian, mentoring innovators in advancing technologies for water conservation and sustainable food production in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. She also sits on the Advisory Board for Space for Humanity and the committee for the United Nations' Women's Peace & Humanitarian Fund. And be sure to subscribe to The Self-Employed Life in Apple Podcasts or follow us on Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts so you don't miss an episode. Everything you need can all be found at jeffreyshaw.com. Angelique Rewers, thank you so much for being here! Remember, you might be in business FOR yourself but you are not in business BY yourself. Be your best self. Be proud and keep changing the world. Guest Contact – BoldHaus.com Angelique Rewers on LinkedIn (in/angeliquerewers) Angelique Rewers on Facebook (@angelique.l.rewers) Angelique Rewers on Instagram (@angeliquerewers) Angelique Rewers on Twitter (@AngeliqueRewers) BoldHausGroove.com Contact Jeffrey – SelfEmployedNewsletter.com Website Books Watch my TEDx LincolnSquare video and please share! Valuable complimentary resources to help you – The Self-Employed Business Institute- You know you're really good at what you do. You're talented, you have a skill set. The problem is you're probably in a field where there is no business education. This is common amongst self-employed people! And, there's no business education out there for us! You also know that being self-employed is unique and you need better strategies, coaching, support, and accountability. The Self-Employed Business Institute, a five-month online education is exactly what you need. Check it out! Take The Self-Employed Assessment! Ever feel like you're all over the place? Or frustrated it seems like you have everything you need for your business success but it's somehow not coming together? Take this short quiz to discover the biggest hidden gap that's keeping you from having a thriving Self-Employed Ecosystem. You'll find out what part of your business needs attention and you'll also get a few laser-focused insights to help you start closing that gap. Have Your Website Brand Message Reviewed! Is your website speaking the right LINGO of your ideal customers? Having reviewed hundreds of websites, I can tell you 98% of websites are not. Fill out the simple LINGO Review application and I'll take a look at your website. I'll email you a few suggestions to improve your brand message to attract more of your ideal customers. Fill out the application today and let's get your business speaking the right LINGO! Host Jeffrey Shaw is a Small Business Consultant, Brand Management Consultant, Business Coach for Entrepreneurs, Keynote Speaker, TEDx Speaker and author of LINGO and The Self Employed Life (May 2021). Supporting self-employed business owners with business and personal development strategies they need to create sustainable success.
In movies and TV shows, women in the workplace are often pitted against each other to ramp up the drama and tension among characters. Think Meryl Streep's fabulous “Miranda Priestley” in The Devil Wears Prada. But does is this kind of “Queen Bee” behavior true in real life? Or more of an exaggeration? And f it is true, why would women sabotage other women in the workplace?During this episode, Aileen and Glenda delve into the controversial topic of workplace “Queen Bees”, discussing research on the topic that can be both enlightening and infuriating. We also share highlights from our fascinating conversation with Andie Kramer, who is an accomplished attorney, a nationally recognized authority on gender equality, a best-selling author on the subject and someone who's worked tirelessly to increase women's leadership opportunities.Andie and her husband and co-author Al Harris have written three award-winning books: Beyond Bias: The PATH to Ending Gender Inequality at Work; Breaking Through Bias: Communication Techniques for Women to Succeed at Work; and It's Not You, It's the Workplace: Women's Conflict at Work and the Bias That Built It. They are contributing writers to Harvard Business Review's On Women and Leadership, and Andie is a contributing writer on gender issues in the workplace for Forbes.com. They are also the authors of hundreds of articles on diversity and overcoming gender stereotypes that have been featured in a wide variety of national media outlets including HBR.org, The HuffPost, The New York Times, NBC News, The Chicago Tribune, and Fast Company.SOURCESBooks- Beyond Bias: The PATH to Ending Gender Inequality at Work, by Andie S. Kramer and Alton B. Harris[- It's Not You, It's the Workplace: Women's Conflict at Work and the Bias That Built It, by Andie S. Kramer and Alton B. Harris](its not you its the workplace)- Breaking Through Bias: Communication Techniques for Women to Succeed at Work, by Andie S. Kramer and Alton B. Harris- The Stiletto in Your Back: The Good Girl's Guide to Backstabbers, Bullies, Gossips and Queen Bees at Work, by Michelle Villalobos-Mean Girls, Meaner Women: Understanding Why Women Backstab, Betray and Trash-Talk Each Other and How to Heal, by Erika Holiday and Joan I. Rosenberg- Tripping the Prom Queen: The Truth About Women and Rivalry, by Susan Shapiro Articles:Why Women Don't Always Support Other Women - Forbes.comSheryl Sandberg on the Myth of the Catty Woman - The New York TimesWhy Do Women Bully Each Other at Work?Queen Bee syndrome: Workplace inequality encourages women to sabotage one anotherhttps://www.gailgoldenconsulting.com/insights/the-myth-of-the-bad-female-bossVideos:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMBrR5YgfC0Credits:This episode was produced, written and edited by Aileen MercielExecutive Producers are Aileen Merciel and Glenda PacaninsSurfing Corporate's intern is Stephany Gil de SucherOriginal Theme Song is by Chaliwa MusicThe rest of our music is by BlueDot Sessions.
Episode at a Glance Confidence is a resource that is invaluable to women. Doubt and imposter feelings are a big reason women hold back and play small instead of going for what they truly desire in their lives. Coupled with what often times seems like an ability to attract toxic or manipulative people, it's no wonder that so many women are undervaluing themselves and their abilities. That is why I am so grateful to have Kelli Thompson as our guest on today's episode of Melody and Friends. Kelli shares her story of closing her own confidence gap, and how that led to her becoming a women's leadership coach. She also explains the importance of confidence for women, and how it can transform their lives in their work, their church and in their homelife. Who is Kelli Thompson? Kelli Thompson is a women's leadership coach and speaker who helps women advance to the rooms where decisions are made. She has coached and trained hundreds of women to trust themselves, lead with more confidence, and create a career they love. She is the founder of the Clarity & Confidence Women's Leadership Program, and a Stevie Award® winner for Women in Business--Coach of the Year. Kelli holds an MBA, has served as an adjunct management professor, and has more than ten years of senior leadership experience in financial services and technology organizations. Her thought leadership has been featured in Forbes, MarketWatch, Parents Magazine, Huff-Post, and Working Mother. Kelli is from Omaha, Nebraska, and her favorite roles are wife to her husband, Jason, and mom to her daughter, Hailey. Resources: Our listeners can purchase Kelli's book, Closing the Confidence Gap: Boost Your Peace, Your Potential, and Your Paycheck, using the link here: www.amazon.com/Closing-Confidence-Gap-Potential-Paycheck/dp/1637554206/ You can also learn more about Kelli at her website: www.kelliraethompson.com Thank you so much for listening to this episode of Melody and Friends! If you haven't already please take the time to leave us a rating and review on our iTunes page as it helps us get more great episodes like this to you!
Martinus Evans joins me for today's episode. Martinus is a certified run coach in a 300 pound body and has run over eight marathons since his doctor told him to “lose weight or die” in July 2012. Since then, he's also coached hundreds of runners and founded the Slow AF Run Club, a community of over 10,000 members worldwide. Martinus is the author of the book “Slow AF Run Club: The Ultimate Guide For Anybody Who Wants To Run.” He has also been featured in multiple reputable publications such as New York Times Men's Health, HuffPost, and Wall Street Journal. Martinus shares the importance of finding the joy, rather than the shame, in our health and the way we view physical activity, how to celebrate moving your body rather than getting to the finish line, and how he navigates self doubt during his races. Today's episode covers: What led Martinus to do the opposite of his doctor's advice Finding the joy of running Reframing exercise as joyful movement Don't celebrate whether or not you finish Valuing the experiences along the way The importance of finding your inner voice and persona Connect with Martinus: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/300poundsandrunning/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RunSlowAF Slow AF Run Club book: https://slowafrunclub.com/book-first-chapter/ Free Call with Dylan Follow Dylan on IG Follow FMN on IG Download our free body image video series
This week on Maximum Mom, your host Elise Buie is joined by Carmen Rosas. Award-winning attorney Carmen, is on a mission to help women get control of their lives beyond the grave. She enlightens them with not only how to protect their legacies but also teaches what, how, and when to protect their assets and legacy. Carmen Rosas, was born and raised in the bay area. A proud mix of Mexican, French, and Italian, she grew up fascinated by her grandmother's stories of living in Mexico, arriving in America, and settling in California.Even at a young age, Carmen was fascinated by other cultures and the development of languages and communal systems, which led her to study anthropology at Santa Clara University. Carmen's comparison studies of the U.S. legal system and tribal systems in New Zealand, as well as her interest in policy change, led her to law school.She has been featured in Forbes, Huff Post, and has been a recognized Super Lawyer for three years in a row.02:40 Meet Carmen! 12:48 Writing a book about creating a legacy plan21:06 Balancing the masculine and feminine energy of being an attorney24:27 Good enough for now 29:39 The power to change your mind31:48 Catching yourself saying “No”Connect with Carmen: Website Podcast Instagram Facebook
Divorce ReDefined: Changing the Experience of Divorce
Stacey Freeman is a New York City-based writer and journalist and the founder of Write On Track LLC, a full-service consultancy dedicated to providing high-quality content and strategy to individuals and businesses. She has written extensively on lifestyle topics, including career reinvention, health and wellness, personal finance, divorce, and parenting. Her work has been published or syndicated in The Washington Post, The Lily (published by The Washington Post), Forbes, Entrepreneur, MarketWatch, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, Woman's Day, Town & Country, InStyle, PBS' Next Avenue, AARP, SheKnows, Yahoo!, MSN, HuffPost, POPSUGAR, Your Teen, Grown & Flown, Scary Mommy, CafeMom, MariaShriver dot com, and dozens of other well-known platforms worldwide. A single mom of three amazing kids, she authored the memoir I Bought My Husband's Mistress Lingerie to share her experience navigating bicontinental co-parenting, mid-life dating, and career reinvention.
There is no shortage of leadership coaches, keynote speakers, motivational platforms, and business books teaching us about how to better connect with and inspire the workforce. We're not even a stranger to the idea of EMPATHY, but is anyone truly putting this into practice in a meaningful way? In business? With measurable impact? Eric M. Bailey digs deeper into the concept of UNCONDITIONAL EMPATHY and illustrates what it looks like in practice with a leadership and communication methodology grounded in brain science and psychology. Eric is an innovative leader and the President of Bailey Strategic Innovation Group, which helps organizations unlock their full potential-fast. He has worked with companies like Google, been featured in Forbes and HuffPost, and hosts a 2-minute YouTube series on leadership called The Walking Meeting.
111. Master Your Relationships Attorney, author and Forbes contributor Joe Brocato, with his new book HIT IT OFF: 21 Rules for Mastering the Art and Science of Relationships in Life and Business, shares proven rules to help you cultivate your relationships. Joe Brocato Today's Lexi: Σχέση- Schesi- Relationship In Today's Episode: Have you ever wondered why some people seem to naturally hit it off with others? Are you impressed with how they're able to transform that positive first impression into a relationship that helps them achieve their goals in life or business? Today's episode centers on the health of your relationships. Join Kiki and award-winning attorney and author Joe Brocato for a conversation which shares proven rules to build and cultivate your important relationships. Learn how to transform a positive first impression into a relationship that allows you to achieve your goals in life and business. Deepen relationships with people who are important to you. Understand what science says about the 21 Rules Get a deeper perspective on their practical usefulness and importance in building relationships. The good news is that, no matter what has happened in the past, you can improve. Stories about the "Zen” of each rule in these pages will inspire you to envision the many unique relationships that await you in your future. Use the 21 Rules every day to create win-win relationships and become a master of the art and science of relationships in life and business! Joe Brocato is a business development thought leader, life coach, and award-winning attorney with more than 30 years of experience generating millions of dollars in business. He has worked with some of the most prominent companies and individuals in the world. He is a regular contributor to Forbes.com as a member of Forbes Business Development Council, and the author of HAPPY IS COOL: How to Ignite the True Happiness in You, among other books. Joe has reached international audiences, writing for other major publications including HuffPost and CEO World Magazine, speaking for leading companies such as Citibank and Live Nation/House of Blues, and guesting on radio shows like AM 560 THE ANSWER and Outlaw Radio. Today's Ola Kala Moment: For Today's Ola Kala Moment: Grooming Resources: HitItOffTheBook.com Hit It Off: 21 Rules for Mastering the Art and Science of Relationships In Life and Business Joe Brocato on Instagram (@joebrocatoofficial) Joe Brocato on Twitter (@JB_Brocato ) Joe Brocato on LinkedIn (in/joebrocato) Credits: Music: Spiro Dussias Vocals: Zabrina Hay Graphic Designer: Susan Jackson O'Leary
This week we leave the ones behind and storm into our terrific twos. This is episode two hundred of Above Ground Podcast. Our guest this week, lost her grandmother, brother and dog since coming to be a resident of Nippertown. Abby Tegnelia is the CEO of Capital Region Living and Saratoga Living magazines. Abby shares her grief story with us and also gives us a glimpse into how she stays so positive and creative. 1.8 million people were said to have perished during covid and that number may not be accurate Loneliness and disconnect were at an all time high and we were forced to hole up wherever we were and not always safely. Ryan Tegnelia died in isolation during lockdown. An extrovert with a co-dependency issue and a functioning alcoholic. Beloved by his family. Abby reflects so happily and joyfully about Ryan. Ryan ran a law firm, created content for his YouTube channel. Loved being front of the court, in the courtroom, barroom, prison or community. Ryan is missed dearly, but always a chat away Abby says. We cover that during our conversation on spirituality, meditation, prayer and tradition. Abby has spent many months now with the grief of so much loss. Ryan's death caused Abby much pain. But pain can lead to positive energy if you let it guide you and listen. Abby is a Catholic and says that with a rebellious snarl, as the church has many issues still to address. Reiki, Life Coaching, prayer and meditation have all kept her connected to her source and herself. Abby has been saying her goodnight prayers since she learned then and feels it keeps the universe in sync. That has fostered her greatest creative drive and in born passion to be a writer. When five year old Abby Tegnelia declared in her journal that ‘I am a writer'. She meant it and made it happen. Abby has written for HuffPost, Vegas News, Afar and of course is at the helms of Capital Region Living and Saratoga Living. Abby has made her path in a creative tornado that touched facets of all the arts but writing is a spiritual calling as much as a dream. Writing keeps Abby connected to her source. Everything was just until Abby was a writer. Abby is a writer. And a CEO and a Social Media Expert. Abby is also an aware soul who has kept her life plugged into her bliss. “No one prepares you for waking up at two am with overwhelming grief”, says Abby. Her goal was to go through the process as healthily as possible and discovered the concept of this often thought of outdated child age coping skill, co-dependency. Some people don't appreciate that term and say it causes stigma. Now Abby feels it stems from needing outside validation as to your own personal validation. A term often related to relationships and our unhealthy attachments within them due to trauma, neglect and of course addictive behavior or mental illness. https://crlmag.com/author/abby-tegnelia/Abby Tegnelia can be found on Facebook, at Saratoga Living, Capital Region Living and on Twitter. Sunday April 16, 2023 is our next Mental Health Peer Meet-Up at 4pm. Join us at Nippertown's coolest spiritual boutique, the Sages Circle. 443 Saratoga Rd, Glenville, NY. TPP & Will co-faciliatate a safe space, meet up, where we can talk openly and without judgement in a beautiful, soul filling environment. End the weeknd and start your week free of some baggage. Hope to see you there. $5 suggested donation when you sign up or visit the meeting. Thank you so much for helping us bust the twos and carry on our stigma stomping conversations. Hard to believe its been 200 weeks since we released the first of seven episodes I had in the can to start. Like podcasting, as in life, we have grown and learned so much from those first seven through today at two hundred. Please check in every Wednesday for a new episode. We are going to kick 2023 into high gear. Hang on, its time to rock. Until next week. Get well, be safe, stay ABOVE.
Circumcision is a routine surgery in the United States that cuts off the most sensitive part of a young boys genitals. On this show, I am dedicated to bringing true informed consent on any and all topics, and I feel this topic is extremely important to understand truly, why we are doing this and if it is truly necessary.To have this conversation, it is my honor to have guest, Georganne Chapin, founder of Intact America, to educate us on this important topic.About Georganne: In a life dedicated to promoting human rights and health care quality and equity, Georganne Chapin has become a widely recognized advocate for ending routine circumcision of baby boys in America. In 2009, she founded and became executive director of Intact America®, the largest national organization working to end child genital cutting in this country and to ensure healthy sexual futures for all people. Prior to that, she founded and currently heads the Hudson Center for Health Equity and Quality and is the former president and CEO of Hudson Health Plan, alarge nonprofit Medicaid managed care organization in the Hudson Valley.In addition to her executive positions, Georganne taught health law and bioethics at Pace University School of Law, and bioethics to doctoral-level nursing students at Dominican College. Her opinion pieces have appeared in the New York Daily News, HuffPost, and Minneapolis Star Tribune, and she has been interviewed by The New York Times, the Economist, MSNBC, NBC10 (Philadelphia), WPSU radio, The New York Post, AskMen.com, SheKnows, Telemundo, Kacey Shine On, First Time Parent, Mel Magazine, South China Morning Post, the Guardian, and othermedia outlets. She also is a frequent guest on popular podcasts, including, The Armchair Expert, Sex Out Loud, Chicana Chisme, Baby Pro Podcast, Depths of Motherhood Podcast, and Eat Sex Play. She was born in Boerne, Texas, and spent most of her childhood in Hawaii, New Mexico and Ohio. Georganne came to New York to earn a BA in Anthropology from Barnard College and an MPhil in Sociomedical Sciences from Columbia University. As a working adult, she obtained a JD from Pace University School of Law, with certificates in Health Law and International Law. Georganne lives near Woodstock in New York's Hudson Valley. She invites listeners to learn more about leaving baby boys intact at IntactAmerica.org.Learn more from Georganne: https://intactamerica.orghttps://www.instagram.com/intactamerica/Sponsors: All natural women's homeopathic hormone supplement $10 off with linkMenopause - https://modere.co/3XRHVVZMenstrual - https://modere.co/3IkPxKTOrganic Herbal Remedies Use Code BROOKE10 to save 10%https://earthley.com/ref/brookebacci/Amazon Storefront(Book recommendations, wellness supplements and more)https://www.amazon.com/shop/brookebrewer20?ref_=cm_sw_r_cp_ud_aipsfshop_aipsfbrookebrewer20_FCY5VKK29ERGZAXM03T8Primally Pure Deodorant and natural skin care productshttp://www.primallypure.comUse code BROOKEB at checkout for 10% ofMASA chips - Seed oil Free Tortilla Chipshttp://www.masachips.com/brookebacciUse code BROOKEBACCI to save 10%