International model, actress, and philanthropist, Joy Corrigan has managed to stand out amongst her peers with her passion for acting, her artistic talents, her love for animals, and her new path to embracing body positivity and self love. With over 1 million on her social media platforms, she uses her platform as a way to inspire her fans to reach their goals and to pursue health and happiness. In August 2023, Joy had explant surgery to remove her breast implants. Despite her successful career and healthy lifestyle, she experienced unexplained health issues. Learning about Breast Implant Illness (BII), Joy researched and made the decision to get her implants removed. By sharing her story, Joy intends to promote positivity and raise awareness, empowering other women to make informed decisions about their bodies and to love them as they are naturally. Originally from North Carolina, Joy grew up in a small town on a farm being one of ten children in a close-knit family. Feeling like a big fish in a small pond, she made the courageous decision to move to Miami to model. From there, she made her way to NYC where she worked and lived for a few years until she moved to sunny California where she now resides. In previous years, Joy has modeled and shot popular campaigns with Guess, Urban Decay, Frankie's Bikinis and has walked for designers including Roberto Cavalli and Vivienne Westwood. She has made the MAXIM HOT 100 2021 List! She's also graced the covers of magazines such as Maxim, Lucy, Talk, and Resident Magazine as well as the coveted pages of GQ, Playboy (Playmate Feb. 2017), Ocean Drive, Galore, Marie Claire, and Genlux. Corrigan previously starred in the Lionsgate action thriller film REPRISAL, also starring Bruce Willis and Frank Grillo and the Lionsgate thriller AFTERMATH, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. She also starred in Showtime's TV Series Super Pumped alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Her passion for the industry has led her to continuously build a name for herself but more importantly to inspire other women to embrace their natural beauty and prioritize health over society's unrealistic standards. Thank you for listening to the A+ Parents podcast. If you love the show, don't forget to subscribe, share and leave us a review. Also, follow us online at www.aplusparents.com www.mrdmath.com or on our social channels @MrDMathlive @aplusparentspodcast Also, host Dennis DiNoia has a new book out NOW called “Teach: Becoming Independently Responsible Learners. Order your copy: https://aplusparents.com/teach OR on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09X2B3MG8/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_api_i_DDH16A3BD5X79CSFSQXB To learn more about Mr.D Math Live Homeschool classes, visit: https://mrdmath.edu20.org/visitor_class_catalog?affiliate=10252228
There are endless books about ways to grow a business, how to make deals, and how to follow in the footsteps of successful entrepreneur pioneers. However, there is one subject that rarely gets brought up on panels, at networking events, or at business conferences. It is a subject reserved for small groups of close entrepreneurial friends at the end of a long day: Relationships. Believe it or not, dating is supposed to be easy and fun. If it's feeling too much like hard work right now, today's podcast episode is for you. In this episode, we've invited a renowned dating and relationship expert with a global reputation. Her name is none other than Sami Wunder. Sami is a leading international dating and relationship coach who specializes in helping high-achieving women attract and keep romantic love. Her comprehensive approach shows her clients how to embrace strong relationship boundaries, while still emanating and inviting feminine energy. Sami has enabled more than 300 single clients to get married and more than 350 partnered clients to bring their marriages back from divorce in the past five years. Sami founded her multi-seven-figure relationships brand after exiting a successful career as a gold medalist economist with a Master's in public policy. Since then, she has improved the love lives of thousands of women, including celebrities, senior executives, and entrepreneurs, in over 55 countries across the globe. Her expertise has been featured in media outlets including Forbes, Glamour, TIME, Marie Claire, Business Insider, and the BBC. She lives in Germany with her adoring husband, Chris, and their two boys. In this episode, Sami will be sharing: 1) The Real Reason Why Modern Dating Is Challenging For High Performing Individuals 2) The Secret To Lean In At Work, Lean Back In Love 3) The Blueprint To Find Love That Lasts Without Letting Go Of Your Ambition Learn more about Sami Wunder: Website: https://www.samiwunder.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/samiwundercoach/ Free Gift: https://bit.ly/3ogbIM7 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theraygacyshow/message
Selena Rezvani, a renowned speaker on self-advocacy and leadership and the author of the Wall Street Journal best-selling book, "Quick Confidence: Be Authentic, Boost Connections, and Make Bold Bets on Yourself." She has been quoted, interviewed, and profiled by CareerBuilder, The Wall Street Journal, Oprah.com, The LA Times, Marie Claire, NBC television, and ABC television. Selena talks about how important it is to speak up for oneself at work. Selena also discusses effective strategies for leaders to encourage open communication and self-expression within their teams, emphasizing the significance of creating an inclusive work environment and shared insights on addressing situations where team members are interrupted or talked over. Selena stresses that instead of viewing power as bravado, we should reinterpret it as confidence grounded in a learning mindset. Key Takeaways: [3:42] Selena discussed the value of speaking up at work, but she also mentioned that some leaders feel free to express their opinions in front of their subordinates. Selena additionally speaks about her two points of view when someone tries to voice a concern: first, have you earned the right to ask, and second, some people ask for what they want, and some people take what is given to them. [4:41] She shares the need to foster more cultures that are focused on self-advocacy, where managers and other leaders allow employees some leeway to make decisions and approach some of their work or work arrangements more like cafeteria style, where they can take what appeals to them and have more voice and choice over what they do. But if managers or leaders are not comfortable with those requests, Selena said it's impossible to work it out. [13:27] Selena also concurs with one of Dr. Pfeffer's old sayings that "power is about 20% conferred and 80% taken," which means that power is typically more openly claimed than bestowed upon a single, exceptional person. She stated that it is something that should be remembered. Selena also shares how she frequently participates in some of her own advocacy work and encourages people to avoid waiting to be invited, instead, notice and claim it. [18:03] She also shares the tactics for leaders to support others in speaking up for themselves and giving others a chance to be heard, and how to step in when someone is being talked over or interrupted. Selena also brings up the common topic that people discuss, which is being too critical of oneself. She also talks about how giving yourself grace is the cherry on top, and how it's crucial to acknowledge your feelings and give yourself a break in order to take care of yourself. [21:30] Selena talks about how to be heard in meetings. She says you have to speak up more, but not so loudly that you have to scream for them to hear you. Another is rearranging your chair to draw people's attention and make a good impression. Another tactic is to unintentionally read your resume aloud; it's akin to telling them what you accomplished and what more you're capable of. [25:50] She mentions the American culture of silence, which states that it takes four seconds for the person on the other side of you to become uneasy, insecure, or rejected. She stresses how crucial it is to understand that occasionally, silence can be used against us. Selena also talks about making a plan for how to voice your opinions in meetings so that you don't get silenced, for this will help you become more confident and share your knowledge. [34:15] Selena also shares finding one's life's center of balance and control, as well as the value of trying new things and thinking outside the box. She says that positive things come from letting go. Furthermore, ruminating is a bad habit to get into before bed. Perhaps it's even letting go in that sense where someone is going to let go of that problem or thought. Good things come from letting go a little and letting serendipity and other people's decisions occasionally. Because control is a funny thing and our starting points can differ greatly. [40:22] Closing Quote: Remember, the most beautiful thing you can wear is confidence. - Blake Lively Quotable Quotes: “The more senior you are, the more likely you are to interrupt. “I may not be the best at this, but I'm not the worst at it, either. It's not that I'm never going to get it. It's that I haven't cracked it yet.” “So much power, the ability to use our voice, is up for grabs. Notice it, claim it, don't wait to be invited.” “Leaders can stoke confidence in others by ensuring their voices are heard and respected.” “Techniques include putting the spotlight back on someone who was interrupted, asking for their thoughts, and making small gestures of support.” “Use humor, lightening up, and using positive self-talk as ways to improve confidence.” “Respect one's resume by relating experiences to current projects or challenges.” “I think the other thing is we need to create more self advocacy oriented cultures where managers and leaders are given some latitude for people to have choices and approach some of their work or their work arrangements a little bit more like cafeteria style, where they can take what's appealing to them, where they have more say in voice and choice in what they do.” “Before going into a room, create a plan” “Confidence is Power.” This is the book mentioned in our discussion with Selena Rezvani: Resources Mentioned: The Leadership Podcast | Sponsored by | Rafti Advisors. 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In today's Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss revelations from former GOP congresswoman Liz Cheney's forthcoming book and weigh in on sleeping with a sibling's ex after one woman asked Reddit. Jennifer Garner stops by and discusses her viral cooking videos and reconnecting with her inner teenager in new movie, "Family Switch." Issa Rae joins and talks about playing President Barbie in the summer blockbuster and what power means to her after gracing the cover of Marie Claire's "Power Issue." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In a rare but very special “Best of She Sells Radio” episode, you'll hear from one of the most inspiring guests we've ever had on the show. This is an episode that I have gone back to listen to time and time again myself, and now that it has been so long since we've had Marie-Claire on the show, we need to revisit this conversation. It's THAT good. This interview is an emotional journey as we hear a story that will blow your mind. Our guest, Marie-Claire is a highly sought-after beauty and lifestyle expert on social media, an entrepreneur, and an absolute inspiration for single mothers and women in business. Marie-Claire immigrated from Haiti as a teen mother and while raising her son Dominique who is autistic and epileptic, made the journey from welfare, homelessness, bankruptcy, and constantly feeling unworthy and ashamed, to now topping over $167,000 monthly! Today she shares her journey and how she was able to keep her vibrant energy throughout it all. Her secret? Listen to your heart. It always knows. Show Notes: [3:20] - Marie-Claire immigrated to the United States from Haiti at 16 years old and pregnant. [4:25] - She describes her background in going to night school, being on welfare, and raising her son with Autism alone as a teenage mom. [6:30] - Through it all, Marie-Claire remained confident and attributes her strength to her faith and upbringing. [8:55] - Marie-Claire is not afraid to walk into a room and radiate her vibrant energy. [10:28] - Her son's epilepsy became a challenge with her work schedule when she started working in corporate America. [11:40] - Marie-Claire shares the moment she knew what was next for her: owning her own business. [13:00] - When she realized she needed to own her own business, she jumped into make-up because of her love of cosmetics and skin care. [17:01] - Continuing on her journey, Marie-Claire then worked for MAC Cosmetics and returned to corporate America. [18:52] - Marie-Claire shares how she learned what she was meant to do. It was something she had heard before but this time her soul was ready to hear it. [22:50] - When she didn't have a good first month, she made a change and knew the universe sent her there. [23:16] - It is hard to listen to your heart when society is telling you to follow your head. [24:31] - Marie-Claire was ready to hire a coach and when she did, she changed her life. [26:16] - Finding her niche as an acne expert instead of offering everything created a booming business. [30:58] - Marie-Claire reflects on the painful decision to place her son in a group home because she could not give him 24 hour care yet. [33:43] - Living in the receptive mode is what changed Marie-Claire's life. She explains how and from whom she learned this. [33:42] - Marie-Claire explains her routines and gratitude practice. [37:11] - How did Marie-Claire embody the 7 figure entrepreneur she wanted to be? [39:33] - Feeling good is what you are supposed to feel. You are not meant to be here to suffer. The goal to increase profits doesn't end. But don't forget to enjoy the journey. [42:51] - Let go of saving a dollar and focus on the things that make you happy. [46:17] - Listen to your heart. It always knows. Connect with Marie-Claire: Acne Expert Skincare Home Page YouTube | Instagram | Facebook Marie-Claire on Instagram Links and Resources: Instagram | LinkedIn | YouTube She Sells with Elyse Archer Home Page Abundance Mini Course Join the $10K Club Apply for the $50K Club Mastermind
Do you say yes when you really want to say no? Do you feel the need to "save" your loved ones? Do you hide your real self in order to please your partner?If so, you're most likely a people-pleaser. Hit play to hear from Marina Pearson, an expert on people-pleasing. She tells us how it plays a detrimental role in romantic relationships, and how to unshackle yourself from the people-pleasing dynamic once and for all!Who is Marina Pearson?Marina is The Custodian of Hearts for women with a Manifestor Human Design profile who are ready to unshackle themselves from their people-pleasing chains to manifest the loving relationships and life they here for. Over the past 15 years, she has worked with mums and women (by running retreats and guiding circles, hosting podcasts) and authored 2 books, the bestseller Goodbye Mr. Ex and The Joy of Being) to unshackle them of stress and anxiety. Her work has also been supported by Marie Claire, New Magazine, BEST, Sky TV, The Guardian, and This Morning, to name a few. Aside from the professional accolades, she loves nature, beauty and connection.To find out whether you are a people pleaser and where you are on that journey, please take Marina's quiz!Free Resources:Sex & Housework: How to Stop Avoiding BothFREE Masterclass: 5 Ways to Deepen the Connection with Your Partner21 Questions That Will Bring You and Your Partner Closer Than Ever!4-Step Guide To Self-Empowerment, Better Communication and Deeper Intimacy With Your PartnerIG: @partnershipalignedElana@partnershipaligned.comBook your free consult and start improving your relationship today!
A Filmklub podcast vasárnaponként jelentkező minisorozatában magyar filmkritikusok mesélnek a munkájukról, az életükről, az ars poeticájukról, a hozzáállásukról, az ízlésükről, az álmaikról és vágyaikról. "A személyes kritikákat általában utálom, mert 98 százalékuk borzalmas, de van az a két százalék, ami fantasztikus" - mondja az ötödik adás vendége, Rácz Viktória, akire a Szárnyas fejvadász 2049-kritikájának az egyik bekezdése miatt figyeltem fel először. Viki őstraumája, hogy nem vették fel a szegedi egyetem médiaszakára ("az egy nagyon nagy pofon volt a stréber lelkemnek"), ezért bosszúból minden lehetséges iskolát elvégzett és ezzel egy időben az összes létező újság felkérte szerzőnek (Filmtett, Filmtekercs, Pesti Est, Vox, IGN, Marie Claire stb.), de hamar kiégett a szabadúszó létben, és most már csak a Telexre ír rendszeresen (meg néha a Recorderbe, ha rá tudom venni valahogy), plusz visszatérő vendég a Vakfolt podcastban. Dolgok, amikről szó esik az adásban: Interjú a Mércén, amiben a Háromezer számozott darab rendezőjének felolvasnak egy részt Viki kritikájából Viki posztja Az első kettő című filmről a Letterboxdon, amire reagált a producer Viki kritikája a Szegény párákról Az Elaine May-portré, amire Viki büszke Lindsay Ellis videóesszéi Jó szórakozást az adáshoz, és ha tetszik, kérlek támogasd a Filmklub podcastot a Patreonon, ahol beállíthatod, hogy havonta hány dollárt szeretnél erre szánni.
Our guest today is Kelly Dempsey – a sustainable fashion designer and Project Runway Season 14 runner-up. She has become a leading voice for sustainability and equitability in the fashion industry and has been featured on Good Morning American and in Marie Claire.Born and raised in Munsen, MA, Kelly taught herself to upcycle when she was 9 years old. Bullied in school, she used these experiences to eventually launch a terrifically successful career.Her passion for upcycling has led her to numerous opportunities - several of which are her courses on sewing and upcycling.When not teaching or creating, Kelly loves to be in nature. She currently lives in Boston with her boyfriend of 10 years.(1:34) How did Kelly learn to sew? As a 9-year-old she started to experiment! As a kid she would shop at the secondhand store two doors down and since she was in a small town…she inevitably ended up buying her school mate's clothes. This led to some pretty intense bullying. So…she experimented and learned to make her own clothing.(3:45) In the bullying she experienced, Kelly said it ignited her to be strong. Listen as she gives advice to those who are being bullied today.(5:17) And then there's “Kelly from the Deli” who stared on Project Runway. Here's her story about this adventure. And…she got a surprise email to be on the show.(7:10) While on Project Runway, Kelly took Tim Gunn to the Deli where she had worked. She had often dreamed of this…and 10 years to the day she first thought of it…he was there!(8:00) How did she finally get to be on the show. Well after sleeping in her car many times…she never gave up. She takes us on the journey.(9:30) She was he only self-taught designer on the show…she explains how this felt and how it motivated her!(10:28) Kelly takes us behind the scenes of Project runway and shares with us the different requirements. And how she had to put her life on hold for the duration of filming the show.(13:30) Kelly talks about fast fashion and how it adds to pollution worldwide. 1 in four people in the world are garment workers…and most are women. She describes the conditions they work in. (18:20) What can we as consumers do with the clothing we no longer need? Kelly explains the theory of shopping our closets. She also talks about her “Mittens for Good” initiative sponsored by BERNINA.(20:58) Kelly explains upcycling and how to get started.(22:44) Mettler Thread https://www.amann-mettler.com/en/ and Kelly just completed one of her very favorite upcycling projects. She talks about this and some of her other favorite projects.(25:06) She takes us through the process she follows to create her courses.(26:11) Kelly's heard “NO” many times…she tells us abut how she worked her way through a few of these times. Starting with sending 50 emails a day! What you're seeking is seeking you!(28:14) So, what's next? How about being an ambassador for the New York Fashion Act?! https://www.thefashionact.org/ But wait...there's more!(30:00) What's her dream?!(30:28) And what didn't I ask? Well, how about her being on a billboard in Time Square during New York Fashion Week?! There was definitely Karma involved!(31:55) To reach out to Kelly go to her Face Book and Instagram. Lots of links on Instagram! Also www.Kelleydempsey.com. If you know someone who has an outstanding story that should be shared on this podcast, drop Meg a note to Meg@sewandsopodcast.com or complete the form on our website. Be sure to subscribe to, review and rate this podcast on your favorite platform…and visit our website www.sewandsopodcast.com for more information about today's and all of our guests.
It's a veritable smorgasbord of pop culture this week, and yes we're kicking off with the slide into soap opera for The Crown. It's final season is upon us and oh boy, it's a bit cooked. Zan is watching it all.Nat Bass has revealed she's in a loving relationship with a woman; how good is good news? And it's Marie Claire's turn with their Women of the Year issue, and it's all about the Tillies. It's 2023 and we're still chasing the question “who is Banksy?”, and also dealing with the (heart)breaking news that Hall is suing Oates.Elton John and Jake Shears are penning a musical about Tammy Faye Baker – please, take our money. And Andre 3000 has emerged with a new album of ambient flute music! Oh Bjork just dropped a banger with Rosalia too, what a time!Greg Sheridan's hot takes on why women should be making more babies misses a few key points, and Myf and Zan have been in the movie theatre watching the much talked about new film Saltburn, and the David v Goliath movie Dumb Money.Show notes:The Crown S06: https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2023/nov/16/the-crown-season-6-review-so-bad-its-like-an-out-of-body-experience-netflixNatalie Bassingthwaite: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/natalie-bassingthwaighte-speaks-her-truth/id1553858670?i=1000635227493Marie Claire Women of the Year: https://www.marieclaire.com.au/marie-claire-women-of-the-year-2023Banksy: https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2023/nov/21/banksy-reveals-his-first-name-interview-clipHall & Oates: https://pitchfork.com/news/daryl-hall-sues-john-oates/Tammy Faye Bakker musical: https://www.nytimes.com/2023/11/17/theater/tammy-faye-bakker-musical-broadway.htmlWhy women aren't having babies: https://womensagenda.com.au/latest/eds-blog/worried-about-australias-birthrate-address-the-cost-for-women/Andre 3000's ambient flute album: https://open.spotify.com/album/33Ek6daAL3oXyQIV1uoItD?si=lF8wpgs1QAC89tNsJNQFhwAndre on why: https://www.tiktok.com/@pigsandplans/video/7302111551656316206?_r=1&_t=8hZ3pk9Zk9fBjork & Rosalia: https://variety.com/2023/music/news/bjork-duet-rosalia-oral-salmon-fishing-1235804178/Saltburn: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lALMdJf6UUE&ab_channel=MGMDumb Money: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmr8YmwnZ3w&ab_channel=SonyPicturesEntertainmentBang Back to us: firstname.lastname@example.orgBang On is an ABC podcast, produced by Double J. It is recorded on the lands of the Wurundjeri and Turrbal peoples. We pay our respects to elders past and present. We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians and Traditional Custodians of the land where we live, work, and learn.
Our latest podcast episode with three experts on the protection of ecosystems & livelihoods Vandana Shiva, Marie-Claire Graf and Annette Mueller explores the multiple connections between biodiversity loss, pollution and climate change. Discover the intersection of agriculture, food, health and environment, and gain a fresh perspective with solutions we identified from all around the world, including those working for seed diversity, scaling up agroecology and hazardous pesticides. Join us as we unravel insights from the recent Ecosystems and Livelihoods Commission Meeting at the enchanting Fattoria La Vialla. Tune in now for an inspiring conversation about how we can protect the delicate balance between ecosystems and the lives they sustain.
Demi hosts #seesomeworld in Ghana; Beyoncé headed to Vegas?; Issa Rae covers Marie Claire; a review of Black Cake; Will Smith's former assistant makes shocking (and salacious) allegations; more thoughts on Puffy and Cassie; Chapters 3-6 of Sheila Johnson's “Walk Through Fire” ABOUT ME: http://www.demetrialucas.com/about/ STAY CONNECTED: IG: demetriallucas Twitter: demetriallucas FB: demetriallucas YouTube: demetriallucas Get 15% off OneSkin with the code RATCHET at https://www.oneskin.co/ #oneskinpod Get Up to 60% OFF @honeylove by going to https://honeylove.com/ratchet! #honeylovepod Go to https://tryfirstleaf.com/ratchet to sign up and you'll get your first SIX hand-curated bottles for just $44.95. Control Body Odor ANYWHERE with @lumedeodorant and get $5 off off your Starter Pack (that's over 40% off) with promo code RATCHET at https://lumedeodorant.com! #lumepod Visit https://carawayhome.com/RESPECTABLE to take advantage of this limited-time offer for 10% off your next purchase. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Akilah Releford Gould is the founder and CEO of Mary Louise Cosmetics, a clean beauty brand that helps its Gen Z audience redefine beauty on their own terms by reviving familial beauty rituals of the past. Releford created Mary Louise in 2017 from her college dorm room at Howard University with the intention of making fun and playful beauty products for the masses. Mary Louise Cosmetics has stamps of approval from Marie Claire, ELLE, and The New York Times and can also be found in Macy's, JCPenney, + more. Elevate Your Brand is the #1 marketing podcast for entrepreneurs and “wantreprenuers” looking for insider tips and secrets from the most exciting new and growing brands in Los Angeles and the US at large. Each week, entrepreneurial special guests join Laurel Mintz, founder and CEO of award-winning marketing agency Elevate My Brand, to discuss the marketing failures and successes that have brought their brands to the next level. Learn from real-life experiences and be inspired by leaders in your industry about how smart digital and experiential marketing can elevate your brand.
Erin Baker is the UK's most senior female motoring journalist and a Global expert in automotive content that drives women to buy cars. She is the Editorial Director of Auto Trader and a Vogue, Marie Claire and Vanity Fair motoring contributor. She's also a Goodwood content consultant and is licenced to drive and race some of the world's coolest cars and motorcycles. Erin knows a lot about cars and talks about them in a way that makes you want to drive them...with the ultimate aim of buying them. But she is far from a petrol head. She is passionate about the next generation of transporation and how it can become accessible for all. In this episode of the podcast we talk about her mission to get more female motor journalists to ultimately engage a female audience in being actively interested in car buying; electric vehicles - the many myths and opportunities they pose; debunking "vegan" interiors (a load of rubbish in her opinion) and taking "She's Electric" - a moment to engage women curious about driving electric - on tour. For Emmeline's bookshelf she recommends: There is no such place as away - a book that leads children and adults to question just chucking stuff away. _______________________________________________________________________________________ Learn more about Erin here and read her work here and on AutoTrader and follow her in X and LinkedIn Learn more about She's Electric: spaces for women curious to learn more about living a more sustainable lifestyle and making the switch to driving electric.
Prof Marie Claire van Hout joins Dr Josefine Gibson to discuss the rights to health of children living in prison with their primary caregiver.Read the full article:https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanchi/article/PIIS2352-4642(23)00190-6/fulltext?dgcid=buzzsprout_icw_podcast_generic_lanchiContinue this conversation on social!Follow us today at...https://twitter.com/thelancethttps://instagram.com/thelancetgrouphttps://facebook.com/thelancetmedicaljournalhttps://linkedIn.com/company/the-lancethttps://youtube.com/thelancettv
Meet Meggie Palmer, an Aussie entrepreneur making waves in New York City, dedicated to closing the gender pay gap. It might surprise you to learn that unconscious biases run so deep that some studies have shown us that parents often pay their daughters less pocket money than their sons. Enter Meggie and her revolutionary solution: PepTalkHer, a free app designed to be your personal 'pep talk in your pocket.' It helps you reframe your narrative and expectations around your value, whether you're an employee, entrepreneur, or business owner, combating imposter syndrome and societal conditioning. With 15 years of experience in journalism and foreign correspondence across Europe, USA, and Australia, working for esteemed outlets like BBC World, CNBC, Vogue, and Marie Claire, Meggie is a trailblazer in her field. Her app is changing the game, empowering women to break barriers and claim what they rightfully deserve. SPONSORED BY TESTART FAMILY LAWYERS Website: testartfamilylawyers.com.au MEGGIE PALMER Website: meggiepalmer.com TIFFANEE COOK Linktree: linktr.ee/rollwiththepunches Website: rollwiththepunches.com.au LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/tiffaneecook/ Facebook: facebook.com/rollwiththepunchespodcast/ Instagram: instagram.com/rollwiththepunches_podcast/ Instagram: instagram.com/tiffaneeandcoSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join us on this episode of the Fashion Crimes Podcast as we dive into the world of beauty with our special guest, Michelle Montes, a licensed cosmetologist with over 18 years of international experience. From skincare tips for mature skin to the art of choosing the right makeup, Michelle shares her wealth of knowledge to help you enhance your natural beauty. Renowned for her color sense, meticulous application, and elegantly understated looks, Michelle has cultivated a dedicated following. Her versatile background spans the dynamic worlds of fashion runways, editorial photoshoots, brand campaigns, and the silver screen, to delivering bespoke bridal beauty services for a diverse clientele. Michelle's artistic prowess has graced the pages of prestigious publications such as Hello!, Marie Claire, and Vogue, while over 1,500 brides have trusted her to deliver modern yet timelessly beautiful wedding day transformations. Join us as Michelle imparts her seasoned perspectives on beauty that transcends trends! WHAT YOU'LL LEARN: Skincare Over 40: Discover how to combat dehydrated skin and why simplifying your skincare routine can be more effective than over-exfoliating. Makeup Techniques: The best practices for applying foundation, concealer, and blush, in addition to explaining how to adapt makeup application to different eye shapes and ages. Professional Insights: Learn from Michelle's extensive background on fashion shoots, bridal makeup, and her features in international magazines. KEY MOMENTS: Top Beauty Concerns: the primary beauty challenges faced by women over 40. Consumer Fatigue in Beauty: The conversation pivots to the overwhelming world of beauty products and how consumers can achieve a minimalist approach to makeup and skincare. Self-Care Rituals: Michelle and Holly talk about the importance of dedicating time to self-care, even if it's just 10-15 minutes a day! Foundation Application Tools: An insightful debate on the merits of beauty blenders, brushes, and fingers for foundation application. Concealer Tips: The dos and don'ts of concealer application and how to achieve a natural look. Michelle's Beauty Philosophy: "Makeup rules are there so you know them, and then you can break them." We learn so much on this beauty-packed episode and are so grateful for the time Michelle was able to share with us this week. Please be a Fashion Bestie and follow Michelle on Instagram at @michellemontesmakeupartistry! And don't forget to subscribe and share this episode with a friend who loves beauty as much as you do! In other breaking news…. HAVE YOU JOINED THE BOOK CLUB? In case you missed the WORLDWIDE RELEASE PARTY for Holly's new book…. Holly has published a new style guide: Stop Making These Fashion Mistakes! This style guide makes a great gift for those who need it, and those who don't know they need it. This will be a game changer for anyone who could be struggling with their style. This book was written for you! It is available on Amazon – and is already a BESTSELLER!! Get your copy today! #YYYAASSSSS And as always, please listen to the podcast wherever you like to listen and recommend us to your friends and family. If you sign up for our newsletter, you get all this free fashion content, delivered straight to your inbox. Every. Single. Week. Don't know how your day can get any better! Thank you for being our Fashion Besties! Xoxo – Holly Katz Your Favorite Personal Stylist, the Hostess with the Mostest AND the only Holly you need to know! www.fashioncrimespodcast.com FASHION CRIMES PODCAST “The Best Fashion Friend You Never Knew You Needed!” www.fashioncrimespodcast.com
Attending She Leads LIVE 2023 is one of the best things you can do for your business. This year's conference theme is all about visibility, and it will bring together successful and powerful women entrepreneurs from a variety of industries to speak about how to get visibility and leverage it for your business. The event will be packed with opportunities for business and personal growth, networking, and amazing content and insights from successful women leaders. Don't miss the opportunity to create a magical moment that could change the trajectory of your business! Come join us at the Triangle Loft in New York City on Friday, December 1st!⭐ Adrienne shares how She Leads Media, conferences, and this podcast developed ten years ago: choice is power, and you need to know your choices when starting a business. 01:20❣️ A new She Leads LIVE conference will be held at Triangle Loft in New York City on Dec 1st: everything in this community is about helping women take care of themselves and make the money that we need for ourselves, our families, and our communities to thrive. 05:32
Welcome to the latest episode of the FemCity Podcast, where FemCity COO Lynn Pelzer sits down with Emilah De Toro, a renowned coach and guide often referred to as a "midwife to the soul." Join Lynn and Emilah as they explore "Intuition as a Tool For Healing." Delving into questions like "What is intuition?" and "Does everyone have intuition?" Emilah sheds light on the nuances of distinguishing intuition from anxiety and fear. Tune in now and discover the transformative power of embracing your intuition. About Emilah De Toro // Often called a midwife to the soul, Emilah coaches, teaches and empowers people to engage their intuition, put themselves at the center of their lives, and trust themselves and the guidance they receive. She walks the twin paths of personal growth and spiritual development, seeing them as two wings of a dragonfly - essential to taking flight. Learn more at: https://emilah.com/ About FemCity // FemCity offers a Free 30-Day Trial Membership and Memberships start at only $15.99. You can also learn more about launching a FemCity Chapter in your community. FemCity has been seen in Gilt, Vogue, AP News, Entrepreneur, Forbes, and MarieClaire. Learn why FemCity is more than just a women's networking group at www.femcity.com and on all social platforms @FemCity. About Violette de Ayala // Violette is a Cuban-American serial and social Entrepreneur, Founder of FemCity®, and virtual mentor to over 20,000 women. Violette has been quoted in Success, Entrepreneur, CNBC, Yahoo Small Business, Business Insider News as a small business expert. You can connect with Violette on IG, FB, LinkedIn at Violette de Ayala. About Lynn Pelzer // Lynn is the COO of FemCity and has held a chair position on boards, currently part of a DEI board with FemCity, she has been awarded the Rising Star Award and Crystal Executive Award in her previous company. She has been a contributor on podcasts as well as blogs, and has been a speaker in women's groups on the topics of business. You can connect with Lynn on Facebook or Linkedin @lynnpelzer.
This week on the Here's What We Know Podcast, host Gary Scott Thomas had a wonderful conversation with an award-winning investigative journalist and a best-selling novelist, Stephanie Clifford. In this episode, they dive deep into the world of her latest novel, “The Farewell Tour,” inspired by the American West. It is a story about Lilian Waters, a strong-willed woman navigating her way through 1920s Washington State and stepping into the music industry in the '50s. Listen in to hear more of Stephanie's journey about how writing this novel has been a labor of love filled with challenges and discoveries along the way.In this Episode:Consider keeping your initial ideas for a project private to allow creativity to flow without outside interference.Research the historical context of your story's setting and time, as this can provide unique plot points and deepen the storyline.Draw inspiration from unexpected sources, such as obituaries or historical documents.Accurately portray significant figures in your work to respect their influence and impact on history.Reflect on how societal norms have changed, particularly regarding gender roles within specific industries like music.Incorporate personal growth and development into character arcs, showing that they learn valuable lessons throughout their journey.Persist with developing skills even when faced with setbacks or discouragement due to societal expectations.Recognize the emotional intensity that can be conveyed through voice.Be open to changes in industry standards over time.Respect fans' support because it's essential for success; never insult them under any circumstanceRemain true to yourself despite what industry pressures might push you towards; authenticity is key to maintaining integrity both professionally and personally.This episode is sponsored by:Beck's Shoes (Use code "GST" to enjoy an exclusive 10% off on your favorite shoes!) A Flood of LoveAbout Stephanie:Stephanie Clifford is an award-winning investigative journalist and a bestselling novelist. As a New York Times reporter for almost a decade, she covered law and business. She now writes long-form investigations about criminal justice and business for the Times, The New Yorker, The Economist, The Atlantic, Wired, Elle, Marie Claire, Bloomberg Businessweek, and other publications. Her accolades include the Loeb Award in investigative reporting; the Deborah Howell Award for Writing Excellence from the News Leaders Association; the Society of American Business Editors and Writers in explanatory reporting; the Deadline Club Award in Magazine Profiles; and others. Her magazine articles are frequently adapted for film, TV, and streaming, including for Netflix, Lifetime, and other media companies. “Everybody Rise”, her first book, was a New York Times bestseller and New York Times Book Review editors' choice. She grew up in Seattle and lives in Brooklyn with her family.In March 2023, Stephanie Clifford released her latest novel, "The Farewell Tour," published by Harper. This novel has received critical acclaim, with the New York Times calling it "Breathtaking" and describing it as a "shimmering paean to the deeply flawed American West."Website: http://www.stephanieclifford.net/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cliffordwrites/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanie-clifford-846b2933/www.GaryScottThomas.com
Alli Webb is one of the most successful entrepreneurs, who you probably know from her biggest claim-to-fame Drybar, or her other companies such as Squeeze, Canopy, and Brightside. Alli has been named the “100 Most Creative People in Business” by Fast Company, featured on Fortune magazine's “40 Under 40” list, and Marie Claire's “Most Fascinating Women." Webb appeared on “Shark Tank” as a guest shark in 2019 and is a New York Times bestselling author. Alli also just released a memoir titled, The Messy Truth: How I Sold My Business for Millions but Almost Lost Myself. In this episode, we talk about how Alli built a multi-million dollar company (without a college degree or formal business training), relationship tips and the red flags she wishes she paid more attention to, how she lost herself even when her life seemed perfect on the outside, how she got through the hardest times of her life, and the surprising spiritual practice that she swears by. This conversation is raw, honest, and vulnerable.Ask The Everygirl: 1:29Interview begins: 29:19 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this week's episode, we explore the riveting journey of Alli Webb, the brilliant mind behind Drybar, a venture that skyrocketed to success, gracing the tresses of celebrities like Zooey Deschanel, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Julia Roberts.Amidst the accolades from Fast Company, Fortune, Marie Claire, and Inc., and a bestselling book, Alli faced the unseen challenges of her personal life. As her marriage unraveled, her son entered rehab, and her once-thriving business lost its luster, Alli found herself navigating the depths of depression.In this raw and insightful conversation, she opens up about the highs and lows of entrepreneurship, the toll success can take on personal life, and the transformative power of embracing one's messy truth – the title of her new book, launching today, November 14. Join us as Alli shares her candid perspective on reinventing life, finding purpose beyond success, and navigating the tumultuous journey between laughter and tears. This episode is a testament to resilience, vulnerability, and the beauty found in embracing the messy truths that shape our lives. Tune in to discover the authentic and inspiring story of Alli Webb.This season of our podcast is brought to you by TD Canada Women in Enterprise. TD is proud to support women entrepreneurs and help them achieve success and growth through its program of educational workshops, financing and mentorship opportunities! Please find out how you can benefit from their support! Visit: TBIF: thebrandisfemale.com // TD Women in Enterprise: td.com/ca/en/business-banking/small-business/women-in-business // Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/thebrandisfemale
Welcome on the show a conversation with Alli Webb. In this episode not only do we talk about the lessons she learned in building success, but as well the messiness that happened in between. Alli Webb is the Founder of Drybar, N.Y. Times Bestselling Author, Canopy President, Co-Founder Squeeze, Brightside and Becket + Quill. In 2010, Drybar exploded into a nationally recognized and highly sought-after brand growing to over 150 locations and a highly successful product line, which sold for $255 million in 2020. Staying true to her signature approach to beauty and self-care, Squeeze, follows suit in the affordable luxury space as an innovative massage concept. Webb also proudly serves as a Board member, investor, and advisor. Most recently, Webb joined the Canopy team as President. Canopy's super chic, reimagined humidifiers are making big waves in the beauty industry and innovative beauty device category. Webb currently serves as an Advisor and Investor in The Feel-Good Company's newest brand, Brightside - A brighter take on infrared yoga & saunas. Alli Webb has been on the cover of Inc Magazine's “How I Did This” issue, named the “100 Most Creative People in Business” by Fast Company, featured on Fortune magazine's “40 Under 40” list, Marie Claire's “Most Fascinating Women” and recently Inc. magazine recognized her as one of “The 100 Women Building America's Most Innovative and Ambitious Businesses.” Now she is welcoming her newest book “The Messy Truth” How she sold her business for millions but almost lost herself. In this episode we talk about: Critical steps to take to bring a business idea into existence Slowing down so you can speed up How to best handle identity shifts Learning to embrace the messy Finding peace and acceptance for what is and much more Episode sponsor: The Podcast Playbook - Your Complete Step-By-Step Guide To Successfully Launch Your Podcast Without Overwhelm Find full show notes: https://ericalippy.com/alli-webb/ Find our guest at: Alli Webb | Website, Instagram ,Facebook Buy her book: The Messy Truth Canopy The Blueprint Mastermind Shop Becket and Quill Follow me on Social Media: Your Host: @ericalippy Podcast: @passionlovepursuit YouTube PASSION LOVE PURSUIT PODCASTS: https://ericalippy.com/the-podcast/
A Filmklub podcast vasárnaponként jelentkező minisorozatotában magyar filmkritikusok mesélnek a munkájukról, az életükről, az ars poeticájukról, a hozzáállásukról, az ízlésükről, az álmaikról és vágyaikról. A harmadik adás vendége Bujdosó Bori akivel kilenc évig csináltuk együtt az Origo Filmklubot (nevezhetjük ezt a rovat aranykorának), majd ő átigazolt a VS-hez, aztán pedig lehúzott kemény egy hónapot a Népszabadságnál, pont annak megszűnése előtt. Azóta írt a Forbesba, a 24.hu-ra, a Revizorba, a Marie Claire-be és a Kreatívba. Pár évvel ezelőtt kiképezte magát script supervisornak (erről a munkájáról itt mesélt hosszasan), és olyan produkciókban dolgozott, mint A besúgó, a Keresztanyu, a Bécsi vér, a Hunyadi, illetve az Elfogy a levegő című film, ami jelenleg fut a mozikban. Amúgy pszichológus végzettségű. Dolgok, amikről szó esik az adásban: Bori első kritikája az Indexen Mozivadász - a filmes site, amit a titanicos srácok csináltak Pápai Zsolt írásai a Filmvilágban A Pálfi György-interjú és a kritika A cikk, aminek a címéből konfliktus volt (az volt az eredeti címe valami olyasmi volt, hogy "Most akkor drukkoljunk ennek a hájfejnek?") Jó szórakozást az adáshoz, és ha tetszik, kérlek támogasd a Filmklub podcastot a Patreonon, ahol beállíthatod, hogy havonta hány dollárt szeretnél erre szánni.
Join FemCity CEO Violette de Ayala and COO Lynn Pelzer in a special episode of the FemCity Podcast: World Kindness Day -- Shine a Light on Goodness. Discover the transformative power of kindness, its impact on our lives, and actionable ways to celebrate World Kindness Day every day. Tune in now. About FemCity // FemCity offers a Free 30-Day Trial Membership and Memberships start at only $15.99. You can also learn more about launching a FemCity Chapter in your community. FemCity has been seen in Gilt, Vogue, AP News, Entrepreneur, Forbes, and MarieClaire. Learn why FemCity is more than just a women's networking group at www.femcity.com and on all social platforms @FemCity. About Violette de Ayala // Violette is a Cuban-American serial and social Entrepreneur, Founder of FemCity®, and virtual mentor to over 20,000 women. Violette has been quoted in Success, Entrepreneur, CNBC, Yahoo Small Business, Business Insider News as a small business expert. You can connect with Violette on IG, FB, LinkedIn at Violette de Ayala. About Lynn Pelzer // Lynn is the COO of FemCity and has held a chair position on boards, currently part of a DEI board with FemCity, she has been awarded the Rising Star Award and Crystal Executive Award in her previous company. She has been a contributor on podcasts as well as blogs, and has been a speaker in women's groups on the topics of business. You can connect with Lynn on Facebook or Linkedin @lynnpelzer.
Highlights:1) Accelerating Source Code: Higher Dimensional Thinking and Manifesting 2) Some of the most extraordinary experiences he's had?3) Shaman Durek's experiences with UFO's and Extraterrestrials 4) How we discover our inner healer, our inner shaman? Tickets for L.A. CONSCIOUS LIFE Expo: https://consciouslifeexpo.com?ref=yzq2otuMy guest Shaman Durek is a 6th generation shaman, author of best seller "Spirit Hacking: Shamanic Keys to Reclaim Your Personal Power, Transform Yourself, and Light Up the World," and a visionary for the Now Age. His online Shaman School and Healing Temple are instrumental in helping people tap into their personal power and unblocking negative patterns that have prevented them from reaching optimal human performance. Durek's teachings have impacted thousands of people from diverse public figures like Nina Dobrev and Gwyneth Paltrow to Bio Hacking giants like Dave Asprey. In his recurring role on the TV show, 'The Doctors' he aided guests in overcoming challenges between their emotional/physical well-being. Profiled in People Magazine, Durek's work has been recognized globally by major mainstream publications like Elle, Marie Claire, Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, You Magazine, The Times and featured on Netflix's Bling Empire. For more information: www.shamandurek.comWELCOME to the award-winning DARE TO DREAM Podcast! Your #1 transformation conversation.Debbi is a Book Writing coach, so you pen and publish an engaging book. Her company also launches your book to a guaranteed international bestselling status & it's fully-done-for-the-author, plus she is the best coach for how to be a guest interviewed on podcast shows and get massive results. Learn how - get your free gift how-to templates and videos: https://debbidachinger.com/giftSUPPORT THIS SHOW - Subscribe, Like, and Comment (thank you). Send it to someone you know will enjoy the content. "Dare to Dream" podcast, with host, Debbi Dachinger, offers cutting-edge conversation on metaphysics, quantum creating, channeling, healing, UFO's, paranormal and extraterrestrials. For 16 years Debbi hosts this award-winning podcast.Join Debbi on Instagram: @daretodreampodcast and @debbidachinger#podcast #DebbiDachinger #DareToDream #Instagood #instalove #instawork #instapeople #instatime #health #quantum #Book #spiritual #consciousness #metaphysical #et #transformation #meditate #ceremony #alien #love #beautiful #happy #tbt #followme #nofilter #life #yoga #amazing #FBF #media #podcaster #paranormal #listening #channel #extraterrestrial #wellness #meditation #relationship #love #ceremony #heal #interview #ufo #shamandurek #healing #spirithacking #shaman #wellness #spiritual #ancestorsspeak #ancestors #manifest #InnerStrength #PositiveVibes #believeinyourself #dreams #animalspirit #poweranimal #empowerment #spirituality #consciousness #royalfamily The show is sponsored by DrDainHeer.com and Access Consciousness.
This week's guest on the UpLevel Podcast is the President Emerita at the Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR) and one of Fortune Magazine's “World's 50 Greatest Leaders,” Dr. C. Nicole Mason. Listen in to her inspiring journey from poverty to policy work, highlighting how personal narratives can shape our professional paths. She's not just breaking the cycle for herself but also creating a nurturing environment for her children, something she never had growing up. She also highlights her book, “Born Bright: A Young Girl's Journey from Nothing to Something in America,” which serves as a memoir of her personal life experiences. Indeed, her story is filled with lessons we all can learn from.In this Episode:Explore Dr. Mason's acclaimed book, where she challenges stereotypes about impoverished communities while sharing complexities from her own experiences.Discover how year-long procrastination led to an intense writing routine that resulted in “Born Bright: A Young Girl's Journey from Nothing to Something in America.”Hear about Dr. Mason's challenging yet enlightening encounters with family members who caused past traumas during her book-writing process.Family Reactions and Relationships Post-PublicationThe tragic loss led to reconnection with relatives at funeral services and plans for future gatherings.Hear about how being a single parent has been deeply healing amidst life's challenges for Dr. Mason.About Dr. C. Nicole:Recently named one of the “World's 50 Greatest Leaders” by Fortune Magazine, Dr. C. Nicole Mason is President Emeritus of the Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR). Having stepped into this role in November 2019, Dr. Mason was the youngest to lead one of the major inside-the-Beltway think tanks in Washington, D.C., and one of the few women of color to do so. As one of the nation's foremost intersectional researchers and scholars, Dr. C. Nicole Mason brings a fresh perspective and a wealth of experience to the Institute for Women's Policy Research. For the past two decades, Dr. Mason has spearheaded research on issues relating to economic security, pay equity, poverty, women's issues, entitlement reforms; policy formation and political participation among women and communities of color, and racial equity. At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, she coined the term “shecession” to describe the disproportionate impact of employment and income losses on women. Dr. Mason is the author of "Born Bright: A Young Girl's Journey from Nothing to Something in America." Her writing and commentary have been featured in the New York Times, MSNBC, CNN, NBC, CBS, the Washington Post, Marie Claire, the Progressive, ESSENCE, Bustle, BIG THINK, Miami Herald, Democracy Now, and numerous NPR affiliates, among others.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cnicolemason/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cnicolemason/X: https://twitter.com/cnicolemasonLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/c-nicole-mason-793877188/www.uplevelproductions.comhttps://www.instagram.com/uplevelproductions/https://www.linkedin.com/company/uplevelproductionscompanyhttps://www.facebook.com/uplevelproductionscompany
Prachi Gupta and Nimesh Patel Visit friends and discuss Prachi's highly acclaimed book: "They Called Us Exceptional", Nimesh's new comedy special: "Lucky Left", mental health in the South Asian community and more. Prachi Gupta is an award-winning writer based in New York. They Called Us Exceptional is her debut memoir. She was a senior reporter at Jezebel and co-host of Jezebel's former politics podcast, Big Time Dicks. She won a 2020 Writers Guild Award for her investigative essay, "Stories About My Brother," which was also named one of the best essays of 2019 by Longform and Longreads. Prior to Jezebel, Prachi covered the 2016 election for Cosmopolitan.com, where she "set the standard" for interviews with Ivanka Trump, per Media Matters; interviewed former First Lady Michelle Obama on her first solo trip to the Middle East; and traveled to Jordan to report on the refugee crisis. She has also written for the Atlantic, the Washington Post Magazine, Salon, Elle, and Harper's Bazaar. Her reporting on data privacy and discrimination for Marie Claire was included in 2021's Best American Magazine Writing. Her new debut memoir THEY CALLED US EXCEPTIONAL is available now. The Washington Post calls it “Vulnerable and courageous…Gupta's resilience and her hope to be fully seen are an inspiration in both personal and political terms.” —The Washington Post Nimesh Patel is a comedian and Emmy-nominated writer based in New York City, where he has performed standup comedy for 10+ years. He is currently a writer on NBC's late night show “A Little Late with Lilly Singh. In standup, he is a regular at New York's famed Comedy Cellar, has appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers, and has opened for Chris Rock & Aziz Ansari. His first writing job came after Chris Rock saw him perform standup and hired him directly to write for The Academy Awards in 2016. Since then, he has written for Saturday Night Live, The White House Correspondents Dinner, & Awkwafina, and was a producer for “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee.” He has two specials available on You Tube Thank You China with over 1.7 million views and Lucky Left a comedy special that documents his diagnosis with testicular cancer. Always hosted by Marina Franklin - One Hour Comedy Special: Single Black Female ( Amazon Prime, CW Network), TBS's The Last O.G, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Hysterical on FX, The Movie Trainwreck, Louie Season V, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Conan O'Brien, Stephen Colbert, HBO's Crashing, and The Breaks with Michelle Wolf
In the latest episode of The FemCIty Podcast, we explore the incredible power of gratitude. Gratitude is at the core of everything FemCity does. Join our Co-Hosts, FemCity CEO Violette de Ayala, and FemCity COO Lynn Pelzer, as they dive deep into the discussion of how we can use gratitude! Discover the transformative potential of this simple yet profound tool and learn how it can guide us through even the toughest of times. After listening, you'll walk away with actionable tips to bring more gratitude into your life! Listen now. About FemCity // FemCity offers a Free 30-Day Trial Membership and Memberships start at only $15.99. You can also learn more about launching a FemCity Chapter in your community. FemCity has been seen in Gilt, Vogue, AP News, Entrepreneur, Forbes, and MarieClaire. Learn why FemCity is more than just a women's networking group at www.femcity.com and on all social platforms @FemCity. About Violette de Ayala // Violette is a Cuban-American serial and social Entrepreneur, Founder of FemCity®, and virtual mentor to over 20,000 women. Violette has been quoted in Success, Entrepreneur, CNBC, Yahoo Small Business, Business Insider News as a small business expert. You can connect with Violette on IG, FB, LinkedIn at Violette de Ayala. About Lynn Pelzer // Lynn is the COO of FemCity and has held a chair position on boards, currently part of a DEI board with FemCity, she has been awarded the Rising Star Award and Crystal Executive Award in her previous company. She has been a contributor on podcasts as well as blogs, and has been a speaker in women's groups on the topics of business. You can connect with Lynn on Facebook or Linkedin @lynnpelzer.
At the core of Ellie's food philosophy is that you can and should have food that is BOTH healthful and crave-ably delicious. There is no need to choose between the two. On this episode, Karen Akunowicz, named one of the “21 Badass Women Changing the Food World” by Marie Claire magazine, spills her best tips and tricks for giving food real crave-ability, and she and Ellie talk about why eating what you crave can be such a healthy thing to do. Akunowicz won the James Beard Foundation Award for Best Chef Northeast, and has competed on Top Chef and on Food Network. She opened the celebrated restaurants Fox and the Knife and Bar Volpe in Boston. Her new book is Crave: Bold Recipes That Make You Want Seconds. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are Back! It's be a short while since we've both been able to get into the K2 Studios to record a new podcast episode. As Kris celebrates his birthday week, we return again from being out of town. Staying in Surf City USA at the Shorebreak Hotel of Huntington Beach, CA https://www.shorebreakhotel.com/ Later we are joined by Susannah Marren. She has written over a dozen nonfiction books, including Tripping the Prom Queen, You're Grounded Forever, But First Let's Go Shopping and A Passion for More: Affairs that Make or Break Us. For more than twenty years she taught gender studies in the Writing Department at Marymount Manhattan College and has guest taught creative nonfiction at the Writing Institute at Sarah Lawrence College. For her fiction, Between the Tides, A Palm Beach Wife, A Palm Beach Scandal, and Maribelle's Shadow, she writes as Susannah Marren. She has been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Post, Chicago Tribune, Elle, Marie Claire, and has appeared on national television including the Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS, CNN, and MSNBC. Barash has been a guest on national radio including NPR and Sirius Radio. Speaking appearances include Credit Suisse, Bayer Diagnostics, UBS, United Way, Kravis Center and the Society of the Four Arts. Several of her titles have been optioned by Lifetime and HBO. She has served as a literary panelist for the New York State Council on the Arts, as a judge for the International Emmys, and as Vice Chair of the Mentoring Committee of the Women's Leadership Board at the JFK School of Government, Harvard. http://www.susanshapirobarash.com/ https://amzn.to/3Bfu9Dw https://www.facebook.com/SusanShapiroBarashasSusannahMarren https://www.instagram.com/susanshapirobarash/ https://twitter.com/susansbarash ***** The Kris and Kristine Show ***** http://www.krisandkristineshow.com https://www.kristinesmithdesigns.com K2 RADIO: https://live365.com/station/K2-RADIO-a04551 Email: email@example.com Voice Mail: https://www.speakpipe.com/KrisandKristineShow Twitter: https://twitter.com/k2showsandiego Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thek2showsandiego/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/k2showsandiego Patreon: www.patreon.com/thekrisandkristineshow
Today, Evelyn and Inbaal share about the history of Halloween, also known as Samhain, their Halloween rituals, death, Scorpio season, protection, and a card reading for the new year. We were even guided to talk about UK's Remembrance Day and the US's Memorial Day with how each holiday honors the fallen and those missing in action (MIA). Inbaal is a full time psychic Tarot reader and witch of over 20 years. She's passionate about showing you CAN write your own story on your terms. She's shared her expert astrological knowledge on TV shows and in magazines such as Marie Claire, Yorkshire Press, and HuffPost. Evelyn is an expert astrologist and Tarot card reader. Since she has unlocked her intuition, she knows that she's here to share the message of love and to help others discover the magic they hold deep within. She's on a mission, and there is no stopping her now. Find out more about Psychic Inbaal Linktree connect on Instagram @inbaalpsychic Connect with Laura West host of A Guided Life Find out more about Evelyn here https://linktr.ee/mercuryrhythm Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sarah Ann Macklin, is hailed as the Jamie Oliver of the nutrition world by Marie Claire. Sarah is an award-winning AfN-accredited nutritionist and is well-respected in her field. She is the host of the widely recognized podcast, Live Well Be Well, a public speaker, TEDx speaker, international model, and health journalist, and was named Woman of the Year in 2019 by Rake Magazine. In addition to her personal accomplishments, Sarah Ann founded the Be Well Collective, a not-for-profit organization that focuses on preventative mental health initiatives. Her top 4 UK podcast, Live Well, Be Well, has garnered significant success and furthered her reach in the health and wellbeing space. In this episode, Sarah shares her personal journey of overcoming misconceptions about nutrition, prioritizing self-care, and building self-esteem in the face of barriers. She delves into the science of nutrition, the power of positive self-talk, and the significance of setting intentions for personal growth. Sarah's expertise and insight will undoubtedly inspire you to make positive changes in your own life. So, without further ado, let's dive into this captivating conversation with Sarah Ann Macklin. Connect with Sarah Ann Macklin Website: https://sarahannmacklin.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sarahannmacklin/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SarahAnnOfficial TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@sarahannnutrition Twitter: https://twitter.com/SarahAnnMacklin YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@livewellbewellsarah Podcast: https://sarahannmacklin.com/live-well-be-well-podcast Follow the BriteVibe podcast Instagram: @britevibesonly Facebook: @BriteVibe TikTok: @britevibe YouTube: @BriteVibe [00:10:35] Prioritize health. [00:13:24] Emotional connection to food affects your mental health. [00:16:13] Individual needs, not perfection. Health is complex. [00:21:42] Gut health affects mental well-being through microbiome. [00:34:51] Positive self-talk and self-care matter. Schedule social time and workouts. [00:43:25] Self care is important for personal growth. [00:49:32] Stay curious on your own journey.
In this heartfelt episode of the FemCity Podcast, FemCity Founder Violette de Ayala, has a conversation with her dear friend, Nikki Novo, a renowned Spiritual Guide and the author of "Soul-Led Living." Together, they embark on a soulful journey, delving into the essence of living a life guided by the soul's whispers. Join us as they share touching stories, wisdom, and insights that will resonate with your own journey of self-discovery and purpose. This is a can't-miss episode filled with gems that will inspire and empower you to lead a life that's truly soul-led. Tune in to this heartwarming conversation and let the wisdom of two remarkable women uplift your spirit and guide you toward a more meaningful and purposeful existence. Listen now on the FemCity Podcast. About Nikki Novo //Nikki Novo is a Cuban-American, best-selling author and master intuitive reader with a waitlist exceeding 1000 people, and the founder of the Soul Reading Method®, a certification program where she has taught more than 1,300 students how to activate their own intuitive abilities. Nikki is the go-to spiritual advisor for the biggest names in the wellness industry and a leader in the spiritual Latinx community. Dedicated to helping people remember their true soul's path, Nikki has been featured in Oprah Daily, Well + Good, Cosmo, Bustle, Marie Claire, NBC and Telemundo, as well as on popular podcasts like Almost30, Balanced Blonde, and Highest Self Podcast. She has been commissioned to speak by organizations like Equinox, Yahoo, Bumble, Aveeno, Marriott, and Macy's. When she is not leading the way for people to connect with their hearts and souls, Nikki is most likely enjoying nature on her 30-acre farm alongside her husband, teen daughter, rambunctious sons, and their farm animals. Learn more at https://www.nikkinovo.com/ About FemCity // FemCity offers a Free 30-Day Trial Membership and Memberships start at only $15.99. You can also learn more about launching a FemCity Chapter in your community. FemCity has been seen in Gilt, Vogue, AP News, Entrepreneur, Forbes, and MarieClaire. Learn why FemCity is more than just a women's networking group at www.femcity.com and on all social platforms @FemCity. About Violette de Ayala // Violette is a Cuban-American serial and social Entrepreneur, Founder of FemCity®, and virtual mentor to over 20,000 women. Violette has been quoted in Success, Entrepreneur, CNBC, Yahoo Small Business, Business Insider News as a small business expert. You can connect with Violette on IG, FB, LinkedIn at Violette de Ayala. About Lynn Pelzer // Lynn is the COO of FemCity and has held a chair position on boards, currently part of a DEI board with FemCity, she has been awarded the Rising Star Award and Crystal Executive Award in her previous company. She has been a contributor on podcasts as well as blogs, and has been a speaker in women's groups on the topics of business. You can connect with Lynn on Facebook or Linkedin @lynnpelzer.
We are starting off Season 9 with Lily Ravas, a fashion brand strategist based in NYC. We talk about her journey to NYC from Europe and how she's established herself in the fashion world by working with clients and building her reputation. Other topics we discuss include: Realities of being a freelancer and working with different brands from a financial standpoint: justifying amount of work and effort with compensation Balancing motherhood and work Opening up about the struggles of being a mom and all that comes with it: expectations, childcare, career, etc. Confession: constant feeling of failure with work, motherhood, relationships Comparison with others on social media and feeling like they are all “super moms” Feel free to leave a positive review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify if you enjoyed this episode and be sure to share this with a friend! You can also email any questions or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org ABOUT LILY RAVAS: Lily Ravas has had more than 10 years of valuable experience as a Brand Strategist, working on various projects in the field of PR, Publishing and Events Management. She has lived and worked in Europe, London, New York and Southeast Asia as well. Through her extensive network Lily has showcased and introduced brands and projects to leading industry VIPs, press and retailers internationally. She has managed more than 50 fashion, beauty and luxury labels and her previous articles have been featured in leading fashion and lifestyle publications such as Elle and Marie Claire. Her work has also been acknowledged in magazines such as Forbes and Glamour. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thecityconfessions/support
Today's guest is Emily DiDonato, Supermodel and Co-Founder of the Covey routine. A native New Yorker., Emily has been modeling for over ten years and has been featured on the cover of numerous magazines such as Vogue, Numero, Marie Claire, Elle and more. She has been the face and spokesmodel for Maybelline New York for ten years and has fronted campaigns for brands such as Armani, Miu Miu, Juicy Couture, Ralph Lauren and more. Outside of modeling, Emily has continued to grow her personal brand and audience through Instagram, YouTube and TikTok. After meeting her Co-Founder Christina Garcia on a trip to Iceland, the ladies began working on Covey and after three years of R&D and a dozen product iterations later, they arrived at the Covey routines you know today. They are committed to figuring out a better approach to skincare routines. So, they partnered with a leading dermatologist to create easy-to-use, effective skincare routines with custom, high-quality, clean products. We can't wait for listeners to get to know Emily Didonato and Covey on today's episode! Shop Emily's Covey Picks! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/howdshedothat/support
Join us on this week's episode of the FemCIty Podcast as we sit down with Demetra (Demi) Mallios, the brilliant mind behind Puberry, a gamified health education resource that's changing the game for 4th-12th graders. With medically verified content and interactive features, Puberry covers essential topics like mental health, emotional intelligence, sexual health, puberty, and more. Demi discusses how Puberry is reshaping the way young people learn about their health, making it engaging and effective. Don't miss this exciting conversation with Demi as we explore the future of health education for youth! About Puberry //Puberry is a gamified health education resource that is revolutionizing the way youth learn about their health. Learn more at: www.puberry.org About FemCity // FemCity offers a Free 30-Day Trial Membership and Memberships start at only $15.99. You can also learn more about launching a FemCity Chapter in your community. FemCity has been seen in Gilt, Vogue, AP News, Entrepreneur, Forbes, and MarieClaire. Learn why FemCity is more than just a women's networking group at www.femcity.com and on all social platforms @FemCity. About Violette de Ayala // Violette is a Cuban-American serial and social Entrepreneur, Founder of FemCity®, and virtual mentor to over 20,000 women. Violette has been quoted in Success, Entrepreneur, CNBC, Yahoo Small Business, Business Insider News as a small business expert. You can connect with Violette on IG, FB, LinkedIn at Violette de Ayala. About Lynn Pelzer // Lynn is the COO of FemCity and has held a chair position on boards, currently part of a DEI board with FemCity, she has been awarded the Rising Star Award and Crystal Executive Award in her previous company. She has been a contributor on podcasts as well as blogs, and has been a speaker in women's groups on the topics of business. You can connect with Lynn on Facebook or Linkedin @lynnpelzer.
Shay Mitchell rose to fame on the wildly popular show, Pretty Little Liars, but has since built a travel essentials empire with BÉIS. On this Season 2 finale of She Pivots, Shay joins Emily to talk about her early experiences traveling with her family, the impact of Pretty Little Liars, becoming a mom, and the inspiration behind BÉIS. This episode is deeply personal and dives into “mom shaming,” fear when launching a new business (especially right before a global pandemic!), and navigating the highs and lows of social media.Be sure to subscribe, leave us a rating and share with your friends if you liked this episode!She Pivots was created in partnership with Marie Claire to highlight women, their stories, and how their pivot became their success. To learn more about Shay, follow us on Instagram @ShePivotsThePodcast or visit marieclaire.com/shepivots. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Marisa Renee Lee is an advocate, writer, and speaker on coping with grief, especially for women and African American communities. This week on She Pivots, Marisa joined Emily for a timely “Candid Convo” focused on how grief impacts us all and how we can show up for our loved ones when they are experiencing grief. Marisa talks openly about her own experiences with grief—from losing her mother to breast cancer to struggles with infertility—and reflects on how those challenges shaped her.These short “Candid Convos” will highlight the personal, the professional, and of a little pivoting along the way. Hope you enjoy!Be sure to subscribe, leave us a rating and share with your friends if you liked this episode!She Pivots was created in partnership with Marie Claire to highlight women, their stories, and how their pivot became their success. To learn more about Marisa, follow us on Instagram @ShePivotsThePodcast or visit marieclaire.com/shepivots. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Lisa Sun is the author of Gravitas: The 8 Strengths the Redefine Confidence. She is the founder and CEO of GRAVITAS, a company on a mission to catalyze confidence. GRAVITAS offers innovative size-inclusive apparel, styling solutions, and content designed to make over women from the inside out. Prior to founding GRAVITAS, Sun spent 11 years at McKinsey & Company, where she advised leading luxury fashion and beauty brands and retailers in the U.S., Asia, Europe, and Latin America on strategic and operational issues. Her first collection was featured in O, The Oprah Magazine, People, and The Today show in the same month. Sun and GRAVITAS have been featured on CNN and in Forbes, Fast Company, New York magazine, Elle, Marie Claire, InStyle, and more. GRAVITAS includes among its activities a commitment to AAPI causes and New York City's Garment District. Often called the “dress whisperer,” Lisa is also a highly sought-after public speaker who likes to impart her hard-won knowledge on gravitas and how to best harness it to other women. https://gravitasnewyork.com/pages/my-confidence-language-quiz https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisa-sun-793777 This episode is brought to you by... The Long-Distance Team. Remote leadership experts, Kevin Eikenberry and Wayne Turmel, help leaders navigate the new world of remote and hybrid teams to design the culture they desire for their teams and organizations in their new book! Book Recommendations Gravitas: The 8 Strengths That Redefine Confidence by Lisa Sun Asian American Dreams by Helen Zia Related Episodes Sparking Leadership Confidence with Angie Morgan