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Dominant Stories with Jess Weiner
Breaking the Binary w/Addison Rose Vincent + Nicolette Mason

Dominant Stories with Jess Weiner

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 68:10


You might think that “breaking the binary” is only about breaking the gender binary, but there is so much more to binary thinking.  Binary thinking refers to anytime we see the world as one way OR another. Binary thinking allows no room for the in-between. And Dominant Stories thrive on binary thinking.  To help us explore how thinking differently about our gender, beauty fashion, and identity can help us break free from our limiting beliefs, Jess is joined by two incredible guests: Addison Rose Vincent is an educator, LGBTQ+ advocate, speaker, and community organizer. Since coming out as trans and nonbinary in 2010, they've been dedicated to creating systemic change across the country. Addison eloquently breaks down what binary thinking means, and how challenging it can help us in our everyday lives. They have some pretty incredible stories to share about trans joy and gender euphoria as well!  Nicolette Mason is a fashion writer and creative consultant, you've probably read her work in Marie Claire, Glamour, Teen Vogue, or Refinery29. Nicolette hones in on how binaries play out in the fashion and beauty industries. It might surprise you to learn how much of an effect these industries have on us, and especially the self esteem of women and girls. Nicolette has been working for more than 12 years to push the needle on LGBTQ+ and body-size inclusion.  You can find Addison Rose Vincent @breakingthebinary (@breakingthebinary_ on Tiktok) or at www.breakthebinaryllc.com. You can find the Nonbinary and Intersex Recognition Project's site, which Addison mentioned, at nirp.us. And you can find Nicolette Mason @nicolettemason or at nicolettemason.com.  If you'd like access to resources to help you be a better ally, (or “accomplice,” as Jess likes to say), the beauty brand Dove has created “Proud To Be Me” to address topics ranging from inclusive language, avoiding misgendering, and challenging negative body talk. Go to Dove.com/ProudToBeMe to learn more.  Please rate, review, subscribe and share Dominant Stories with everyone you know.  If you want to learn more about Dominant Stories and how you can challenge and change them, visit jessweiner.com or follow Jess on Instagram @imjessweiner.  You can also email us about your Dominant Stories and how you are changing them - podcast@jessweiner.com or leave us a voicemail at 213 259 3033 Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie
Episode 2222: Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS ~ NY Times, Forbes Talks Boosting Your Nutritional Fitness!

Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 43:07


Forbes, NYT, The Huffington Post, CNN, MSNBC have featured Renown Nutritionist & Fitness Expert. Best-selling author, Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS.His first Love is MUSIC, but started out as a professional musician & played all over New York CIty, playing jazz, pop, Broadway, nightclub acts, Jonny studied with the great Herbie Hancock & was as a pianist at the Alvin Ailey Dance Studios. He has a Master's degree in psychology BUT after learning the lifestyle & physical effects that the professional music & entertainment scene can bring, He was able to beat his addiction to smoking, drugs & alcohol.Jonny got a PhD in holistic nutrition and earned board certification and the CNS (Certified Nutrition Specialist) designation from the College's Certifying Board of Nutrition Specialists.He is a frequent guest on television and radio, he has appeared on Fox News, ABC, NBC, and CBS as an expert on nutrition, weight loss, and longevity. the author of thirteen books on health, healing, food and longevity including several best-sellers, “The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth” and “Living Low Carb” & "The Most Effective Ways To Live Longer".Dr. Jonny has contributed to articles for dozens of national publications (print and online) including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, The Daily Beast, The Huffington Post, Vanity Fair Online, Time, Oxygen, Marie Claire, Diabetes Focus, GQ, US Weekly, Cosmopolitan, Self, Fitness, Family Circle, Allure, Men's Heath, Prevention, In Style, Natural Health, and many other publications. He appears regularly as an expert on ABC-TV Los Angeles. ~ JonnyBowden.com 2021 Building Abundant Success!!All Rights Reserved © 2021  Building Abundant Success!!Join Me on ~ iHeart Radio @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASSpot Me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23baAmazon Music ~ https://tinyurl.com/AmzBAS  

The Working Artist Project
Robin Barnes: Staying True to Yourself

The Working Artist Project

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 53:17


In this episode of The Working Artist Project, Darrian Douglas and Gregory Agid talk to Robin Barnes about her career, music, business ventures, and family. With a voice that is as powerful with a whisper as it is with a bellow, contemporary New Orleans jazz singer Robin Barnes is here to stun audiences. She's appeared on Bravo, ESPN, BET, NCIS and more. She has also been featured in publications like The New York Times, Forbes, Southwest Magazine, Travel & Leisure, Marie Claire and Southern Living. In addition to being an award winning music artist, she's also one of the city of New Orleans' biggest ambassadors and influencers, and has been featured in the press for the fitness movement she founded, Move Ya Brass. Support this podcast

Off The Gram
Meet the Boss Babe CEO of the Iconic Loungewear Line Aviator Nation: Paige Mycoskie

Off The Gram

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 34:46


No doubt you've seen Aviator Nation - named by Marie Claire as one of the best loungewear brands to live in - splashed all over Instagram with their trademark rainbow motif and signature lightning bolt... none of it would exist if not for Paige Mykoskie, CEO + founder ... and guest on today's show!What are the skills that brought this POWERHOUSE from selling her first white hoodie in 2006 to building the multi- million-dollar company she has today... and what are some of the ninja level boss-babe skills she's learned along the way?? Tune in to find out... and also to learn what her parents did SO RIGHT to raise not only Paige, but her brother: Blake Mycoskie, founder of Toms Shoes!So... does greatness run in the family, or is there a "special sauce" we should all know about? Come along for the ride! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast
BONUS Episode: The Power of Gratitude with Myra Ali

The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 54:46


What an amazing conversation of positivity, mindset and resilience you're about to hear today.Myra Ali is a freelance celebrity and lifestyle journalist, and BBC Guest Editor with bylines in British GQ, BBC, Marie-Claire, and the New York Post. She Interviews A listers such as Tom Holland, Riz Ahmed, Samuel L Jackson, Jake Gyllennhaal, Timothy Chalamet to name a few.Myra's story, however, is much deeper than the glossy magazines she writes for and the red carpet events she attends. Myra was born with the rare condition of 'butterfly skin' , epidermolysis bullosa. An extremely rare, life-threatening skin condition that causes her body to blister and tear, and as a result of surgeries has left her with physical disability too.Growing up with such a severe and disfiguring condition had a significant impact on her self confidence, ability to make friends as well as choose a career suited to her abilities and ambitions. But undeterred by her limitations, her incredible mindset has been key to breaking barriers and stereotypes and has landed her into the career of her dreams.She has been open in her writing about living with her disability, and the way in which disabled women of colour can be too easily left out of the conversation. I'm delighted to showcase her incredible story with you and I hope that after hearing about her perspective on how impactful the practice of ‘Gratitude' has been for her, you'll also undertake a daily gratitude practice.We talk about :Myra's upbringing and childhood experiences The book titled “The Secret” and how that impacted her lifeGratitudeThe connection between Spiderman and Jason AthertonAnd Representation of disability in the mediaCheck her out @myraalieditI listened back to this conversation in full and I just had the biggest smile on my face. Myra is such a rockstar and I hope her story and importantly her energy really inspires you.Do check out The Doctor's Kitchen Website for full show notes and details for this and all other episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Business of the Beat Podcast
Entrepreneurism is the most beautiful paint brush one can have

Business of the Beat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 52:01


Kendra talks to entrepreneur, investor and business partner, Moj Mahdara (@moj) about her COVID pivot, personal value proposition and the future of the industry. Moj is recognized as an expert in beauty, wellness and CPG (specifically consumerism and culture), and she is the  Co-Founder of Beautycon--a globally-recognized one-of-a-kind festival for content creators, celebrities, fans, and brands. She drove the brand vision for Beautycon and its growth initiatives, including a global footprint that spanned strategic media partnerships, content development, market intelligence, and e-commerce.  Moj is an accomplished speaker, business figure and an active investor with international recognition for her expertise in Gen Z and Millennial consumer profiles and behaviors. She has been named to multiple lists over the years, including Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire magazine; Fast Company's “Most Creative People” list, The Hollywood Reporter's “Top 25 Most Powerful Digital Players,” Women's Wear Daily's “Digital Power Posse” list and Variety's “Digital Entertainment Execs to Watch.” In addition to her many accolades, Moj is regarded as a senior leader who has always centered, culture, creativity and inclusive community. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Women on The Move Podcast
Marie Claire Editor in Chief on women, remote work, and a digital first strategy

Women on The Move Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 28:46


Taking on the role of editor in chief during the pandemic, Sally Holmes navigated change and growth under extraordinary circumstances. In this episode, she sits down with Women on the Move host Sam Saperstein to talk about her career, the women who make up Marie Claire's readership, and the importance of work-life balance. As the daughter of television journalists, Sally caught the news bug at a young age. While she initially wanted to be a doctor, by the time Sally graduated college, she had decided to follow in her parents' footsteps and pursue a career in journalism. She went on to intern and work at a host of high-profile companies including Scholastic, The Cut, and Elle magazine. Nearly four years ago, she was hired at Marie Claire as digital director, and 18 months ago—just as the pandemic was shutting down offices—she was promoted to Editor in Chief. Leading during a pandemic Sally is currently leading Marie Claire through a “digital first” transition—with more focus on the website rather than a monthly print magazine. She says that her ability to transition into her leadership role as Editor in Chief during the pandemic was made possible by the support of her incredible team. “It's pretty amazing to think about what we've accomplished and what we used to do in the office,” she tells Sam.  “Literally, you know, a paper would arrive on my desk and I would mark it up and write notes on it, and then send it to the next person. And that was all something that we had to pivot and figure out how to do that virtually or digitally.” Appreciating the support of others is a theme of Sally's—she discusses role models in her life including her mother, and two of her former bosses. It's that appreciation of the team aspect of work that leads her to see both positives and negatives in the virtual work model. On the one hand, she says, she's thrilled to be able to give credit to staff members and empower them to make decisions about their own schedules. But she misses both the creativity and the organic chemistry that happens in the office setting. “It's not the same as in real life interaction, which I think at the end of the day, unfortunately, is the glue that really holds the team together,” she notes. Sally and Sam also discuss a recent survey of working women by  Marie Claire and LinkedIn. The survey found that half of women who participated are considering a career change to pursue more money and flexibility. Sally notes that those results highlight that stress or fear of burnout is forefront for many working women right now. And, she believes, there's inevitably going to be an evolution away from pre-pandemic work attitudes. “I think that our survey was both a way to empower women to say, you're not alone,” she says “You're not the only one who wants flexibility. You're not the only one who thinks I can't go back to the office five days a week, or my priorities have changed or I don't feel safe. And then also to inform workplaces that we do need to rethink what employment looks like, what the state of our offices look like.” Reaching a diverse readership Asked about the typical Marie Claire reader, Sally says she is a multi-faceted woman of diverse interests. She defines the Marie Claire reader as a woman of power, purpose, and style. “I always think about basically myself and the 30- or 40-something woman who is either at the top of her game or wants to be at the top of her game,” she says. “She is career oriented, she's passionate. She is also totally multi-faceted. So I think it's totally fine and normal and good to love The Bachelor, but also be highly invested in the abortion bills being passed in Texas.” Sally believes that one key to meeting those diverse reader needs is to have a diverse staff. “I think it's really important to make sure we have a diverse roster of writers who are able to share different perspectives,” she tells Sam. “Because I look a certain way. My staff looks a certain way. The world looks a certain way. We want to make sure that the stories that are represented really are told through multiple lenses so that we're able to offer different perspectives.”

Sales vs. Marketing
Natasha Graziano, Author, Speaker & Entrepreneur | Why Manifestation Isn't BS (How To Actually Do It)

Sales vs. Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 76:21


➡️ Like The Show? Leave A Rating: https://ratethispodcast.com/successstory ➡️ About The Guest Natasha Graziano is the nation's #1 Mindset Coach & ranked ‘number 1 female motivational speaker under 40 in the world' by Forbes Magazine and top female mindset coach by Business Insider. Natasha is the host of The Law Of Attraction podcast, which has gained over 100 Million Views to date and is ranked in the ‘Top 10 podcasts to download in 2021' by Influenciv magazine. Natasha is the creator of the renowned MBS Method (Meditational Behavioural Synchronicity) - your transformation to a greater life which consists of ancient breathing techniques, meditation in altered states of consciousness and is rooted in neuroscience! Her knowledge has gained over 1 Billion Views and her programs have helped over 1.5 Million people transform their lives, making her one of the most respected names in her field online internationally. Natasha has been learning and teaching Mindset for the last 15 years for all kinds of people at different stages of their life, incl. Entrepreneurs with 9 & 10 figure businesses and A-list movie stars. She has been seen in The New York Times, Wealth Insider, Marie Claire, Harper's Bazaar, BBC, Business Insider, Vogue, Forbes & many more top-tier publications. ➡️ Talking Points 00:00 - Natasha's story. 09:41 - What is the MBA method? 23:19 - What is manifesting, and how do you actually implement it in your life? 28:50 - Biohacking & its tangible impact on your life. 32:33 - Aligning your heart and your mind. 40:32 - The power of personal brand. 52:14 - How to deal with imposter syndrome. 01:01:14 - How to grow your following on social media. 01:09:36 - Advice for entrepreneurs. ➡️ Show Links https://www.instagram.com/natashagrano/ https://www.natashagraziano.com/ ➡️ Podcast Sponsors 1. Feedback Loop - Targeted Customer Feedback https://go.feedbackloop.com/success 2. True Bill—Control Your Subscriptions  https://truebill.com/successstory 3. Laika — Compliance Tools & Software  https://heylaika.com/success (20% Off) 4. Hubspot Podcast Network https://hubspot.com/podcastnetwork

How I Raised It - The podcast where we interview startup founders who raised capital.
Ep. 217 How I Raised It With Jesse Draper Of Halogen Ventures

How I Raised It - The podcast where we interview startup founders who raised capital.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 36:32


Produced by Foundersuite (www.foundersuite.com), "How I Raised It" goes behind the scenes with startup founders and investors who have raised capital. This episode is with Jesse Draper of Halogen Ventures, a VC fund that invests in startups led by women. In this episode, Jesse talks about how she leveraged her Valley Girl Show and blog to build her network, how she pitched 500 investors to close 50, tips for first time VC fund managers, advice for courting fund-of-funds and RIAs, what types of startups she is looking to invest in, and much more. Halogen Ventures has raised over $50 million across multiple funds. Jesse Draper is a 4th generation venture capitalist and one of Marie Claire's ‘Most networked women in America'. Draper has invested in over 60 early stage deals including The Skimm (with GV), Glamsquad (with SoftBank), Hopskipdrive (with Greycroft), ThisisL. (acquired by P&G), and Eloquii (acquired by Walmart). How I Raised It is produced by Foundersuite, makers of software to raise capital and manage investor relations. Foundersuite's customers have raised over $3 Billion since 2016. Create a free account at www.foundersuite.com.

The Dream Catcher Podcast
[Interview] Reaching for the Stars: Using Space Exploration as a Source of Inspiration (feat. Abigail Harrison)

The Dream Catcher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 45:07


Many of us remember looking up at the stars as a kid, and wondering “What IS out there?”  As we grow older, we try to seek answers by flipping through science magazines or by following NASA's newsfeed.  According to my guest, Abigail Harrison, not only is this a healthy type of curiosity but an excellent source of inspiration and wonder. Abigail Harrison, fondly known as  “Astronaut Abby,”  is an aspiring astronaut, author and co-founder of the international nonprofit organization The Mars Generation. She has interned at a NASA-funded astrobiology lab; and has been featured in TIME, Forbes, Marie Claire, the BBC, and more. She currently works as a research scientist at Harvard Medical School.  Abby believes that no one is ever too young or too old to pursue their dreams. In this interview, she inspires us with her philosophy and helped her rise to the top of her field. She also discusses the importance of space exploration and why it's important and relevant in today's world.  If you liked what you heard, please don't forget to like, rate, share and subscribe to this podcast. Thank you!

Feminine Frequency Podcast
184. Attracting Love + Navigating Modern Dating As A High-Acheiving Woman w/Sami Wunder

Feminine Frequency Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 41:08


In this episode we talked about: (5:30) Sami's journey through relationships, heartbreak, listening to the heart and, her gift to the world (14:55) How to attract the right men? (20:20) The second love block: success (25:53) The third love block: I'm not confident (29:00) Slow and steady wins the race (32:00) Going from 3d to 4d (35:15) Emasculating men inside a relationship (39:51) A gift for you! "I just kept going through the hamster wheel one after another hoping that it would just sort out by itself" "When things are not working out and you're a smart and successful woman the easiest route to walk on is the route of 'the men are weaklings and they can't handle a successful woman'. I believe this is a very toxic belief to hold to." Connect with Amy: The Empowered + Embodied Experience {December 11+ 12}: https://amynatalieco.com/empoweredembodiedexperience/ Download your FREE Guided Morning Ritual: https://amynatalieco.com/morningritual/ Join The Empowered Feminine FB Group: www.facebook.com/groups/empoweredfemininecommunity/ Find me on Instagram: @amynatalieco Website: www.amynatalieco.com -------------------- Sami Wunder's Bio: Sami Wunder 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 an inviting feminine energy. Sami has enabled more than 270 single clients to get married and more than 300 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 Masters 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 on 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. sup Sami's Links: 1. WEBSITE: http://samiwunder.com/ 2. Facebook fan page: https://www.facebook.com/sami.wunder.5 3. Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/wunderdivas/ 4. YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/samiwunder 5. Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/samiwundercoach/ Sami's Free Gift: https://samiwundercoaching.lpages.co/lean-back-podcasts/

Are You Menstrual?
Vaginal Steaming with Kit from Kitara

Are You Menstrual?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 59:30


Are You Menstrual? – In this episode, we are diving into a fun and sometimes controversial topic--vaginal steaming! I'm joined by Kit Maloney, who has been in the world of women's health and wellness for over twenty years. Over the past two decades, she's been an academic, entrepreneur, victim advocate, and pleasure activist.  Kit earned a Masters degree in Gender and Social Policy from the London School of Economics and has been featured widely in the media, including Glamour, Self, and Bustle. Marie Claire named Kit an "Amazing Woman" for her work celebrating women's sexuality. After experiencing for herself the tremendous healing benefits of vaginal steaming, Kit set out to help spread the word of yoni steam magic all over the world by launching her newest venture, Kitara. Kitara makes beautifully designed and hand crafted products for safe and easy in-home vaginal steaming and you can check it out at kitaralove.com.The Kitara product line includes everything you need to steam!  From 1:1 consultations, to gorgeous steam seats, to custom organic herbs, to special hand dyed robes and blankets, Kitara makes it safe, easy and joyful to benefit from the ancient healing modality of vaginal steaming in the comfort of your home. ~ Links & Resources:Follow Kitara on IGCheck out Kitara's website (use code HormoneLove for $10 off a kit)Postpartum Steaming Study InfoKit's blog on how to steam at home without a seatFree Training: Optimizing Hormone Health with Mineral BalanceMineral Imbalance Quiz

Textual Healing
S1E31 - Mami Miami: an interview with Emilly Prado

Textual Healing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 58:09


Emilly Giselle Prado is a writer, DJ, and educator living in Portland, Oregon with roots in the San Francisco Bay Area and Michoacán, Mexico. As an award-winning multimedia journalist, Emilly spent half a decade independently reporting on a wide range of topics, most often centered on amplifying the voices and experiences of people from historically marginalized communities. Her writing and photographs have appeared or are forthcoming in more than 30 publications including NPR, Marie Claire, Bitch Media, Eater, Electric Literature, The Oregonian, and Remezcla. Emilly is the author of Funeral for Flaca (Future Tense Books, 2021), a memoir-in-essays called, “Utterly vulnerable, bold, and unique,” by Ms. Magazine, and Examining Assimilation (Enslow, 2019), a youth non-fiction title at the intersections of identity and society. She is a Tin House and Las Dos Brujas Workshop alumna, Blackburn Fellow and MFA Candidate at Randolph College and a co-founder of Portland in Color. She also moonlights as DJ Mami Miami with Noche Libre, the Latinx DJ collective she co-founded in 2017.

Police Off The Cuff
Haitian migration through the Panamanian and Columbia Highway

Police Off The Cuff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 66:48


BIOGRAPHY Born in Paris in 1979, Jonathan Alpeyrie moved to the United States in 1993. He graduated from the Lycée Français de New York in 1998 and went on to study medieval history at the University of Chicago, from which he graduated in 2003. Alpeyrie began his photography career shooting for local Chicago newspapers during his undergraduate years. He shot his first photo essay in 2001 while traveling through the South Caucasus. After graduating, he went to the Congo to work on various essays, which led to a contributor contract with Getty Images in early 2004. In 2009, Jonathan became a photographer for Polaris images and SIPA press as well. Alpeyrie's career has brought him to over 25 countries and cover 13 conflict zone assignments, in the Middle East and North Africa, the South Caucasus, Europe, North America and Central Asia. A future photography book about WWII is in the works. In 2013, whilst on assignment in Syria, Alpeyrie was kidnapped by rebel forces for 81 days. Alpeyrie was bound, blindfolded, and beaten by his captors. Over the course of his captivity, Alpeyrie kept his spirits up and strove to find the humanity in his captors. He took part in their activities, taught them how to swim, prayed with them, and tried learning their language and culture. He also discovered a dormant faith within himself, one that strengthened him throughout the ordeal. Alpeyrie's 2014 Anastasia Photo exhibition Capture featured the images he shot on three trips to Syria prior to his abduction. In 2017, Simon & Schuster published his memoir The Shattered Lens. Alpeyrie has worked as a freelancer for various publications and websites, such as the Sunday Times, Le Figaro magazine, ELLE, American Photo, Glamour, Aftenposten, Le Monde, BBC, and today he is a photographer for Polaris Images, with whom he signed in February 2010. Alpeyrie's work has been published in magazines such as Paris Match, Aftenposten, Times (Europe), Newsweek, Wine Spectator, Boston Globe, Glamour, BBC, VSD, Le Monde, Newsweek, Popular Photography, Vanity Fair, La Stampa, CNN, Bild Zeit, ELLE magazine, Der Speigel, Le Figaro, Marie Claire, The Guardian, Bild, and The Atlantic. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

The Anna Bey Podcast
20. This Mindset Shift Will Change Your Life! With Susie Moore

The Anna Bey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 68:51


Stop making your life to be harder than it has to be! Yes, you're overcomplicating things. In fact, we all do it (including myself!) But there is a way of stopping this bad behavior once and for all and en up living a peaceful, happy life instead.  Susie Moore has cracked this code and she will be sharing this method in today's episode. Susie is a Life coach, author and advice columnist. Her work has been featured on the Today show, Oprah, Business Insider, CNN, Forbes, Time inc, Marie Claire just to name a few.  She has also written her 3rd book called "Let it be Easy" (Available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1608687570/ref=cm_sw_r_as_gl_api_glt_fabc_X7C1VY8HWQ91ZD65KPCK) We will be discussing her book in today's episode, so make sure you grab yourself a copy and start implementing the Let it be Easy philosophy!  To find out more about Susie, visit http://susie-moore.com  --------------------------------------------------------------   Thank you for subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review!    To register for my FREE Workshop "10 Brutal Mistakes That Show You're Not Elegant" https://10elegancemistakes.com/    To get more information on how you can work together with me: https://annabey.com/    Anna Bey on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/annabey   

The Beauty Vanguard
Gender Inclusive Beauty with Author + Founder David Yi

The Beauty Vanguard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 44:53


David Yi is the co-founder of good light, a Gen Z personal care brand that believes in beauty beyond the binary. He's also the editor-in-chief of Very Good Light, a beauty publication dedicated to redefining masculinity, and the author of Pretty Boys: Legendary Icons Who Redefined Beauty (and How to Glow Up, Too). He is also a former fashion editor having written for many well-known publications and launching including Women's Wear Daily. Due to his strong focus on inclusivity, David has received a GLAAD Award and two Webby nominations, and was named one of "25 People Changing the Beauty Conversation" in Marie Claire. We're thrilled to have him on The Beauty Vanguard for this very important conversation about gender inclusive beauty. Special thanks to our sponsor, BetterHelp. Go to www.BetterHelp.com/TBV for 10% off your first month.

SheerLuxe Podcast
Lorraine Candy & Trish Halpin – The Women Helping Others Navigate The Mid Life: Menopause, Children, Relationships & Work

SheerLuxe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 47:43


Georgie Coleridge Cole is joined in conversation by industry heavyweights Lorraine Candy and Trish Halpin, former editors of Elle, Sunday Times Style, Red, In Style, Marie Claire and more. Now hosts of Postcards from Midlife the Podcast, the two are on a mission to help women make the most of their midlife and to change the narrative around what it means to be a peri- and post-menopausal woman. From laying the groundwork for your future self to understanding HRT and how to parent teenagers, the three discuss everything there is to know about facing this new phase of life. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The You-est You™ Podcast
Let It Be Easy with Susie Moore

The You-est You™ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 40:30


Meet Susie Moore Susie Moore is the author of Let It Be Easy, Stop Checking Your Likes, and several other books. She is a former Silicon Valley sales director turned life coach and advice columnist. Her work has been featured on the Today show, Oprah, Business Insider, The Huffington Post, Forbes, Time, Inc, and Marie Claire. She lives in Miami with her husband Heath and her Yorkshire terrier, Coconut. Find out more about her work at www.Susie-Moore.com.     Let it Be Easy Susie Moore shared such a powerful story about growing up in shelters and just wanting to create a life that someday would be easy. She envisioned a high-paying job with ease and comfort, which she later manifested while working in Silicon Valley, making 500K a year. The thing is, she didn't feel life was any easier or more joyful and realized something was missing. Susie moved on to become a coach and writer, soon realizing that finding joy, peace, and ease is about being in this moment and not projecting or focusing on life's circumstances. She explained that we are quick to judge, and we play out movies in our life that aren't real. This leads to upset and discord, and we become addicted to stress and future moments that never arrive. While we see stimuli always changing in our lives, the world we see on the outside mirrors the world on the inside. You've got to ask yourself, what am I allowing in versus resisting, and how can I let it be easy and move towards a state of joyful living. Ask Yourself These Questions We often don't realize that we are negative. Most people don't categorize themselves as being negative. Yet, in digging deeper, you'll find that many of your thoughts, beliefs, and comments are often coming from negativity or a place of lack. Here are the two questions to ask yourself that will change your perspective and help you see your life from a more positive lens.  What's NOT going wrong? Apart from what I'm believing or the anxiety I might have of the future, is everything ok right now? We often feel a certain way because of what we're thinking; thus, the root to examine is our thoughts and what we're saying. One of the ways Susie Moore does this is through a process of disassociation. She might take something that could be upsetting or taken personally, like a negative comment about her video, and just bring it back to the basics by saying something like woman, words, computer. By doing this, you take out all the labels, meaning, and attachment and can just see what is actually happening. Don't let someone else's opinions determine your joy or emotions. Let it be easy by asking yourself these questions and looking at labels. We can then see what we're making everything mean. No illusion can withstand honest questioning. By stripping away the judgment and negativity, we simplify our states of being and return to joyful living.  Susie's Heart Flare The biggest cause of suffering is thinking we're not enough, not worthy, or don't have enough. That feeling of lack is the quickest way to remove ourselves from a state of joyful living. Take a moment to put your hand on your heart and truly notice and appreciate that your sweet heart has not missed a single beat since you were born. This is direct proof of how loved you are. Practice this any time you feel disconnected. Don't forget to tap into this truth of how loved you are. The ending questions Susie Moore suggested asking yourself are: ' How can I let it be easy?' and 'What's essential here?' You are meant to experience ease, peace, and joy -you just have to remember that it's here anytime you choose to see it. Final Thoughts Susie Moore breaks it down quite simply in her book Let it be Easy. We are meant to exist in a state of joyful living. To do this, we have to stay true to our hearts, remove ourselves from a feeling of lack and negativity. With practice and a little direction, we can break free and live a stress-free life.     Sacred Connection As always, this community is a sacred, safe place built on love and acceptance. It was created to help you evolve and expand into your highest self. Please share your wisdom, comments, thoughts. I love hearing from you and learning how you are being your truest, you-est you. Please join us in our Facebook group The You-est You® Community for Soul Seekers Join host Julie Reisler, author and multi-time TEDx speaker, each week to learn how you can tap into your best self and become your You-est You® to achieve inner peace, happiness, and success at a deeper level! Tune in to hear powerful, inspirational stories and expert insights from entrepreneurs, industry thought leaders, and extraordinary human beings that will help to transform your life. Julie also shares a-ha moments that have shaped her life and career and discusses key concepts from her book Get a PhD in YOU Here's to your being your you-est you! Connect with Susie Moore Website: susie-moore.com Facebook: @SusieMoore Instagram: @susie.moore Twitter: @susiemoore LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/susiemoore Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/SusieMoore Enjoying the show? For iTunes listeners, get automatic downloads and share the love by subscribing, rating & reviewing here! *Share what you are struggling with or looking to transform with Julie at podcast@juliereisler.com. Julie would love to start covering topics of highest interest to YOU.   You-est You Links: Subscribe to the Podcast  Learn more at JulieReisler.com Become a Sacred Member at the Sacredology® Membership Join The You-est You® Community for Soul Seekers on Facebook Subscribe to Julie's YouTube Channel Book Julie as a speaker at your upcoming event Amazon #1 Best selling book Get a PhD in YOU Download free guided-meditations from Insight Timer Julie's Hungry For More On line Program (10 Module Interactive Course) 15 Days Of Gratitude To Change Your Life on InsightTimer

Gooder
Eliminating Food Waste With Delicious Products featuring Jenny Costa

Gooder

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 52:34


Jenny Costa is the Founder and CEO of Rubies in the Rubble, the UK's leading anti-food-waste brand. Rubies in the Rubble make great-tasting condiments using ingredients that would otherwise go to waste. Jenny made her first batch of relishes from surplus vegetables and fruits in 2011 in her small kitchen. Now, she works with farmers and producers across the country to put surplus fruits and vegetables to good use. Jenny received an MA in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Edinburgh. She worked in Institutional Sales at Odey Asset Management for a year and a half before starting Rubies in the Rubble. Since then, she's won numerous awards including Investec Food and Drink Award Entrepreneur (2014), Marie Claire's Women at the Top Award (2014), and Good Housekeeping's Food Hero Award (2013). In this episode… Nearly one-third of all food produced globally goes to waste. That staggering statistic begs the question: is there a better way to utilize the food on our planet? How about delicious fruit and vegetable chutneys? Rubies in the Rubble gathers produce that's rejected from traditional markets for a funny shape, under or over-ripeness, or other minor defects. Instead of throwing them in the bin, they're blended into tasty spreads like Apple & Cranberry Chutney, Pear & Fig Relish, and Banana Ketchup. Due to their efforts, Rubies in the Rubble have saved 351,600 kilograms of fruits and vegetables. In this episode of the Gooder Podcast, Diana Fryc is joined by Jenny Costa, Founder and CEO of Rubies in the Rubble, to discuss her creative solution for eliminating food waste. Jenny shares how growing up on a farm taught her life-long lessons about sustainability, the journey to scale her dream from startup to major operation, and how both people and the planet benefit from eliminating food waste.

Thoughts on Record: Podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Imi Lo: Reflections on Psychotherapy & Conceptual Frameworks

Thoughts on Record: Podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 58:35


While most psychotherapists identify with one predominant theoretical orientation, in practice it is common for clinicians to adopt an "eclectic" approach that aligns with the varied lens/interests a clinician might hold as well as to meet the varied needs of clients.  Consultant, coach, author and podcast host, Imi Lo, joins host Dr. Pete Kelly for a very wide-ranging discussion of a variety of topics related to psychotherapy including:   Imi's preferred theoretical orientation, conceptual framework and why she has chosen to focus on work with emotionally intense and highly sensitive peopleblending psychodynamic and CBT principlesa brief discussion of the schema therapy model, with a focus on mode workthe judgment that can be inherent in the conceptualization of personality disorderscurrent conceptualizations of mental illness and the functional utility of "symptoms"the inner lives of highly sensitive, intense peoplethe notion of emotional "over-control" and a brief consideration of the utility of RO-DBT in this contextnavigating & integrating the ongoing tension between champions of "vulnerability" vs "radical self-responsibility"Imi's reflection on process-related aspects of therapymanaging emotional depletion to avoid burnoutreflections on principles of acceptance, and not resisting one's experience (for clinician and client, alike)description of, and navigation of the so-called "midlife passage" some overall thoughts on current areas of interest and growth in psychotherapyImi Lo is a consultant for emotionally intense and highly sensitive people. She is the author of Emotional Sensitivity and Intensity, available in multiple languages, and The Gift of Intensity. Imi is the founder of Eggshell Therapy and Coaching, working with intense people from around the world.  Imi has practised as a social worker and therapist in London (U.K). She has trained in mental health, psychotherapy, art therapy, philosophical counseling, and mindfulness-based modalities. She works holistically, combining psychological insights with Eastern and Western philosophies such as Buddhism.  Imi's credentials include a Master in Mental Health, Master of Buddhist Studies, Graduate Diploma in Psychology, Bachelor of Social Science in Social Work, Certificate in Logic-based Therapy, and an Advanced Diploma in Contemporary Psychotherapy. She has received multiple scholarships and awards including the Endeavour Award by the Australian Government. She has been consulted by and appeared in publications such as The Psychologies Magazine, The Telegraph, Marie Claire, and The Daily Mail.eggshelltherapy.com

Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield
#405: Overcome Overwhelm & Secrets To Being Your Own PR Rep with Susie Moore

Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 51:18


Stop Stressing And Start Living Have you ever seen a bright and up-and-coming entrepreneur featured in your dream publication...and felt that tight knot of envy form in your stomach? Well, bid that feeling farewell, my friend. Because in this episode, the brilliant Susie Moore is showing you how to pack the “Featured In” portion of your website with major names and publications (without paying expensive PR fees.) Susie has landed herself in over 300 media publications including Oprah, Marie Claire, Forbes, and The Today Show.  So, to say she knows a thing or two about getting exposure would be a massive understatement. Susie has secured herself these features on her own behalf and in this episode, she's revealing the strategies and techniques that landed her on Oprah (OPRAH!) for you to replicate.  And while Susie is known for landing big PR opportunities, more than anything, she's passionate about helping entrepreneurs find ease in the big and small things and move past discomfort when faced with big decisions, opportunities, or hold ups. Taking risks and playing big requires discomfort and in this episode, Susie is sharing the strategies necessary to engage your mind through it all and take the stress out of the imaginary.  So if gaining more exposure for your online business is one of your big, audacious goals for 2022 -- or you're simply looking for a liiiitle more courage to make and tackle a few big audacious goals -- this episode is a MAJOR can't-miss. Here's a glance at this episode... [05:41] Susie is obsessed with helping people become more confident in an authentic, easy way.  [08:24] Overwhelm can often be a stress response to things going right. Give yourself permission to pause and understand what's happening. A slight shift in how we see things always helps.  [13:52] We need to employ our mind consciously -- so much of our stress is imaginary. Quit asking what ifs and let it be easy.  [22:49] A Get To Do list changes everything. Be thankful for what you have instead of being burdened by responsibilities that come with it.  [31:37] Confidence is a willingness to feel uncomfortable. There has to be some type of trust there -- be willing to say yes and be willing to be rejected.  [41:41] When presenting yourself to the media ask: Who's interested? What can I tell these people? Share why you can tell the information? Share why now? [44:28] Susie loved cracking the code for her new book, Let It Be Easy.  The book contains real practical ways that you can apply to areas where your life may feel hard. Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts "I love Amy and Online Marketing Made Easy."

The Influencer Podcast
What Would It Look Like If It Were Easy?

The Influencer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 35:48


If your life could be made easier, what would that be worth to you?   This is the question Susie Moore poses to us in today's conversation on The Influencer Podcast.   Susie Moore is a former Silicon Valley Sales Director turned Life Coach and Advice Columnist.   Her work has been featured on the Today show, Oprah, Business Insider, CNN, Forbes, Time Inc, Marie Claire and she's the resident Life Coach Columnist for Greatist.   Susie's work and insights have been shared by celebrities and thought leaders including Arianna Huffington, Paulo Coelho, Kris Jenner and Sara Blakely.   In her new book, Let It Be Easy, she encourages us to embrace a unique “let it be easy” philosophy and offers practical ideas and examples for allowing more ease into their daily lives.   What you'll hear: How can we tell if we aren't letting life be easy? What is the most challenging part about letting things be easy? You encourage us to call their “to-do list” a “get-to-do-list.” Why is this important? “The Grass is Greener Because it is Fake.” - what this means and why this is happening to you How to bring more ease into your love life.   What did you think of today's episode? If you connect with the things I chatted about today, I urge you to apply for my exclusive networking mastermind SHINE at juliesolomon.net/shine To dive deeper into each episode with myself and other podcast listeners, plus receive exclusive bonuses relating to the show, come join The Influencer Podcast Facebook group.  And be sure to snap a screenshot and tag me @julssolomon as you're listening to this week's episode. Remember to hashtag #theinfluencerpodcast, that way I can share your screenshot on my story too!

Your Next Move Podcast
EP 24: Let it be Easy with Susie Moore

Your Next Move Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 25:09


Life doesn't have to be that hard, and in this episode, you will uncover the little things you can do to radically change your day-to-day experiences!    Join Kimberly and special guest Susie Moore as they chat about “get to-do lists”, using your talents, and applying addition instead of subtraction in your life. Tune in to freshen up your perspective on life and start taking action to Let it be Easy with Susie Moore today!    About Susie: Susie Moore is the author of Let It Be Easy, Stop Checking Your Likes, and several other books. She is a former Silicon Valley sales director turned celebrity life coach and advice columnist, and her work has been featured on the Today show and Oprah and in Business Insider, The Huffington Post, Forbes, Time, Inc, and Marie Claire. She lives in Miami with her husband Heath and her Yorkshire terrier, Coconut.   KEY POINTS: What does it mean to Let it be Easy? Rethinking overwhelm and to-do lists The power of leaning into what feels good  Your unused talents may as well not exist  How confidence is a decision    QUOTABLES: “It is your obligation in your lifetime to use those gifts that belong uniquely to you.”  “There will never be an end of what it is that we have to do, like what is we want to create, everything we want to be and have in our life. But we can go through life with an easier vibration than we currently do.”   Guest Information: Susie Moore  susie-moore.com/ IG | @susie.moore Sign up for Susie's free unstoppable self-confidence training at slayyouryear.com/workshop/   About the book Learn more at nextmovebestmovebook.com Books are available wherever books are sold!   Submit your questions for a future show  podcast@kimberlybcummings.com   Follow Kimberly on Instagram @KimBCummings - instagram.com/kimbcummings Your Next Move is edited by Instapodcasts (visit at instapodcasts.com)

With Whit
Psychiatrist, Dr. Samantha Boardman, on Coping with Stress and Finding Joy in Micro-Moments

With Whit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 43:20


Honestly, I was super stressed on the day I interviewed Dr. Samantha Boardman. Which I guess was perfect timing because it was the main focus of our conversation! Does it feel like I am always stressed? Geeeeeeeezzzz. Anyways, thank goodness for Dr. Boardman. She is a Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry and Assistant Attending Psychiatrist at Weill Cornell Medical College and is the founder of PositivePrescription.com, a website devoted to making tweaks and changes that are life-enhancing and resilience-building by combining conventional medicine with positive psychology. During our chat we talk about why women are more prone to stress than men, tips for coping with stress, studies on kids of working moms, the power of finding light in micro-moments during your day and so much more. Dr. Boardman has been featured on the Today Show, is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and Psychology Today, and has appeared in New York Magazine, Refinery 29, Goop, The Wall Street Journal, and Marie Claire. She is also the author of Everyday Vitality: Turning Stress into Strength, through which she shows readers how to find strength within their stress and how to transform full days into more fulfill­ing days. This episode is brought to you by House of Wise, Italic, Chime and Stamps   House of Wise is helping women take control of their sleep, sex, stress and strength through originally formulated and effective CBD products. As our partner, House of Wise wants to give all of you 20% off your first purchase. Simply go to houseofwise.co and use the promo code WITHWHIT to redeem your discount. Italic isn't an everything store, they're your everything store. Their marketplace connects you with the manufacturers behind the world's biggest brands and most in-demand products and delivers straight to your door —for up to 63% less. Get $10 off your first product order of $50 or more on italic.com with code WITHWHIT. It's time to say “goodbye” to hidden fees. Join the millions of Americans already loving Chime. Sign up takes only two minutes, and doesn't affect your credit score! Get started today at chime.com/WITHWHIT Stamps.com brings the services of the U.S. Postal Service and UPS shipping right to your computer. Whether you're an office sending invoices, a side hustle Etsy shop, or a full-blown warehouse shipping out orders, Stamps.com will make your life easier. Go to Stamps.com, click on the microphone at the TOP of the homepage and type in WITHWHIT for a 4-week trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale. Produced by Dear Media

Should Have Listened to My Mother Podcast
HOST JACKIE TANTILLO - A Single Mom and a Force of Nature with Author Lorraine Duffy Merkl

Should Have Listened to My Mother Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 29:27


Once Lorraine and I agreed on a date and time to record the interview, I started doing more research on her background and experience.  On her website, http://lorraineduffymerkl.com/, I found one of her demo reels from way back when she was writing and producing promos for a number of different tv networks. As I'm listening to one of her promo reels, I thought I heard something that sounded vaguely familiar.  On her promo reel for Lifetime Television  was my voice over  featured on at least 3 of her promos.  It turns out we had worked together back in the early to mid to late 90's and neither of us recalled meeting, let alone working together.  I was in the recording booth and she in the master control room. We were both in awe and thanking the universe for bringing us back together. This time I was interviewing Lorraine and asking her the questions.Now on to the the real story of Lorraine and her mother Angelina. Angelina raised her only daughter, Lorraine, as a single mom after her husband left when Lorraine was only two years old. Yes, she had the help of her mother, Lorraine's grandmother, but it wasn't easy.  We all know that it's tough being a single parent.  But after seven years of being out of the work force, scared and nervous, mom went back to work taking an entry level position as an operator at a phone company at the age of 42.  Angelina had never gone to college yet retired decades later as an executive from that same company."My mom was a member of the Greatest Generation, she experienced the  Depression and poverty, went back to work though frightened and did all of this so my life would be easier," says Merkl. "Together we can fight over anything or standup to anyone," reflects Lorraine. In time, Angelina would reveal things to her daughter saying "I was holding on by a thread."  In order for Angelina to keep things organized at home,  she felt that she had to be tough and discipline her daughter.  Lorraine feels that her mom was "operating off of fear all the time." Again, it's understandable when your husband walks away and leaves you to raise your daughter .Lorraine so admires her mother, "being apart brought us closer together," reflects Merkl. At 24 years old, after having moved out  on her own, she and her mother became friends and so enjoyed each other's company. "She was a giver, not a taker, helpful and kind.At the time of this interview, Angelina is living with and being cared for by her daughter. She is 98 years old and suffering from dementia.  My guest has so many wonderful memories of her mother, including  advice for her to "stick up for yourself," "mom  always wanted me to be somebody who could stick up for themselves," says Lorraine.Don't let anyone fool you. Angelina is one of 13 children of an Italian family and raised  in the Bronx, NY. She was very smart as well as being very street smart.  

To Be Blunt: The Podcast for Cannabis Marketers
074 Garden Parties, Rosettes, and Growing a Sonoma Cannabis Brand with Karli Warner of Garden Society

To Be Blunt: The Podcast for Cannabis Marketers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 48:50


“To just know that there are all these ways that we can help, you know, change and highlight ways that people can bring more joy into their life is really exciting.” - Karli WarnerWelcome back to the To Be Blunt podcast! In this episode, Shayda Torabi welcomes Karli Warner of Garden Society, to talk about how she built a standout brand while keeping the dignity of advocacy with the use of creative ideas and the processes she used in scaling up while ensuring the quality of products to keep customers patronizing your brand. [00:01 – 08:31] Shayda shares the whirlwind of relevant cannabis events[08:32– 16:24] Karli's Background on Cannabis and Stepping in the Industry[16:25 – 28:02] Finding One's Niche and Building the Brand[28:03 – 38:58] Founding Creative Ideas for the Cannacurious and Collaborators[38:59 – 49:09] Scaling Up while Maintaining the Quality [46:13 – 48:51] Food for Thought: How do you uplift your product?As co-founder and head of marketing for Garden Society, Karli's communication and marketing prowess makes the brand shine.  As a working mom and wife to a cancer survivor, she understands the positive wellness impact low-dose edible cannabis can have on the mind, body and soul. Karli began her career in communication and marketing in the wine industry at a boutique PR agency in Napa, where she learned the ropes of pitching and building media relationships. While also expanding her wine education and knowledge, her interest in the wine business quickly deepened and led her to explore other aspects of brand and event marketing. As her career progressed, she moved to Constellation Brands, the world's leading wine company. There she emerged as a top-tier marketer, learning firsthand the importance of partnerships and cross-brand collaborations. Through thoughtful storytelling, pitching, and partnerships, Karli landed media coverage for brands in national media outlets including Today Show, Wall Street Journal, Wine Spectator and Food & Wine magazine. While at Constellation, Karli helped launch a wine brand that, at the time, she didn't know would eventually shift her career from wine to cannabis – this is when her Garden Society story began. In 2016, Karli reconnected with her former wine industry peer, Erin Gore, who had recently launched Garden Society, a cannabis company focused on women's wellness. Shortly thereafter Erin asked Karli to join the Garden Society team to lead marketing and communication efforts. Together, Erin and Karli have quickly built a well-recognized luxury cannabis brand that has garnered the interest of Today Show, CNBC, Marie Claire, Los Angeles Times, Forbes and many more.As she loved telling the story of wine - from vine-to-glass – Karli is even more passionate and personally touched in telling the Garden Society story, from seed-to-delectable confection.Connect with Karli Visit https://thegardensociety.com/ and follow him on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn @grdnsociety Shayda Torabi has been called one of the most influential Women in WordPress and now she's one of the women leading the cannabis reformation conversation building one of Texas' premier CBD brands. She's currently the CEO and Co-Founder of RESTART CBD, a female-run education first CBD wellness brand. And has formerly held marketing positions at WP Engine and WebDevStudios. Shayda is the host of a podcast for cannabis marketers called To Be Blunt, where she interviews top cannabis brands on their most successful marketing initiatives. When Shayda's not building her cannabiz in Texas, you can find her on the road exploring the best hikes and spots for vegan ice cream. Follow Shayda at RESTART CBD RESTART CBD is an education first CBD wellness brand shipping nationwide. restartcbd.com

Alright Raiders
Reduction Raider breaks bread with Anshu Ahuja of DabbaDrop.

Alright Raiders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 30:14


DabbaDrop is the brainchild of Anshu Ahuja and Renee Williams, two Hackney neighbourhood friends who bonded over their love of cooking and a desire to make a small difference to the planet and for their children. Anshu is a Mumbai-born, Hackney-living passionate home cook who in 2014, following a successful career in TV production, was selected as one of the finalists on the food incubator scheme, Kitchenette. The scheme allowed Anshu to launch her pop-up Indian tapas concept, Pao Wow, to critical acclaim at Stevie Parle's Dock Kitchen. New Zealand native Renee has 12 years' experience with a background in restaurant operations and design, as well as events production at Soho House, Caprice Holdings and Caravan restaurants. Anshu and Renee brought together their complementary skills to develop DabbaDrop; a food delivery concept, launching the takeaway curry service in Hackney in November 2018. In Summer 2021 Marie Claire magazine awarded DabbaDrop winner of the ‘Best Sustainable Food Delivery Initiative'. @dabbadrop www.dabbadrop.co.uk

Film Alchemist
Tales From The Hood with Ashley C. Ford

Film Alchemist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 77:31


The Alchemist face several tales of horror within a "funeral home." Key Elements: Doll Revenge, Monster Drawing, Mural Melt  Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/filmalchemistpod Ashley C. Ford is a writer, host, and educator who lives in Brooklyn by way of Indiana. She's currently writing her memoir, Somebody's Daughter, which will be published by Flatiron Books under the imprint An Oprah Book.   Ford is the writer and host of The Chronicles of Now podcast. Ford has written or guest-edited for The Guardian, ELLE, BuzzFeed, OUT Magazine, Slate, Teen Vogue, New York Magazine, Allure, Marie Claire, The New York Times, Netflix Queue, Cup of Jo, and various other web and print publications. She's taught creative nonfiction writing at The New School and Catapult.Co, and had her work listed among Longform & Longread's Best of 2017. You can also find Ashley C. Ford on the Lovecraft Country Radio Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lovecraft-country-radio/id1526066728 Make sure to buy Ashley's memoir "Somebody's Daughter"  https://www.amazon.com/Somebodys-Daughter-Ashley-C-Ford/dp/1250305977      

Your Presidential Playlist
Bonus: Tan France Talks About Paid Leave

Your Presidential Playlist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 27:55


Join us for another special episode of “Your Political Playlist,” as host Emily Tisch Sussman talks with Tan France on an Instagram Live with Marie Claire. Emily spoke with Tan about the need for a federal paid leave program on the same day it was reported that the paid leave program was dropped from the reconciliation bill. Together they dive into why paid leave is important for new parents like Tan and talk about his experience as a new father balancing work and parenthood. Tan is the designer and founder of his new clothing brand Was Him, host of both Queer Eye and Next In Fashion, and an author. Your Political Playlist connects you with diverse and unfiltered conversations with inspiring women who are making waves in politics. Host Emily Tisch Sussman brings her decades of experience at the progressive forefront to her thoughtful conversations with women (and a few men) at the seat of power and activism. Building on the activism from previous seasons Emily continues to bring changemakers to the table to show listeners how they can have an impact in politics. Stay connected and be a part of the conversation by following us on Instagram @YourPoliticalPlaylist. Until next time!

The Thought Room
Ep. 51 | Alyson Charles | Psychic Gifts, Spiritual Awakening, Animal Power 

The Thought Room

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 139:26


I sat down with best-selling author and host of the Ceremony Circle podcast Alyson Charles to discuss her new book Animal Power, a compendium featuring 100 animals and their unique healing attributes, along with power practices for those looking to deepen their connections with these spirit guides.    Alyson went from being a national champion athlete, top-rated radio host, and national daytime television talk show host to aligning with her calling as a Shaman after a traumatic moment sparked her awakening. Since then, her ability to share ancient sacred wisdom and divine energy ignited a global phenomenon. Her work has been featured in Forbes, O Magazine, Marie Claire, and more.  To pre-order a copy of Animal Power, click here.  If You Enjoy The Thought Room Please Subscribe and Give Us a 5-Star Rating ★★★★★ and Review on Apple Podcasts or give us a shoutout on Instagram with your favorite moment from this episode for a chance to be re-shared. Find me on Instagram @hallie_rosebud and @thoughtroompodcast.  If the Thought Room means something to you, I want to know.  Your voice means the world, and YOU matter to me.  Please consider writing me a line or two, or share your excitement by tapping the link below.    ↓Quick link to leave some ♥ LOVE ♥  for The Thought Room: ↓    → https://kite.link/Review ←  As a thank you, download my free gift to you: 5 Minutes to Freedom Meditation  https://www.hallierose.com/meditation This episode is sponsored by:   BetterHelp Online Counseling: Click here → https://betterhelp.com/thoughtroom  Code: THOUGHTROOM for 10% off your first month     Ayahuasca Retreats at Soltara Healing Center:  Click here → http://soltara.co/thoughtroom $200 off Ayahuasca retreats at Soltara Healing Center with code THOUGHTROOM.  3rd Eye Cacao:  Click here —> https://thirdeyecacao.com/thoughtroom Use the coupon code “THOUGHTROOM” for 15% off!   Why cacao? As an excellent alternative to coffee, cacao is rich in theobromine, a native relative to caffeine. Theobromine's heart-opening effects energize the body and elevate the mood.  Third Eye Cacao is organically grown, hand picked and sun-dried. Just boil water— Third Eye Cacao is easy enough for your morning ritual, and pure enough to be used for cacao ceremonies! (Check out Ep. 40 with Third Eye Founder, Neil Ryan Dumra).  Topics Explored:    12:15 - Alyson's journey in the world of media Social responsibility and working to deliver messages of substance 22:53 - The awakening of Alyson's spiritual gifts How a traumatic relationship rooted in codependency, addiction, and abuse became one of her greatest karmic teachers How spirit guides helped her unlock her clairaudient gifts and face her greatest fear Why she answered the call to become a shaman 1:04:43 - Do we all have psychic gifts? And how can we tap into them?  Different types of psychic gifts Using our gifts responsibly and in integrity When to seek wisdom outside of ourselves and when to turn inward 1:25:21 - Alyson's shamanic calling Stepping into our calling even when there is resistance Finding the medicine in challenging situations 1:44:21 - Remaining open to trust and love after betrayal Alyson's healing experiences with celibacy and peyote How becoming her own sovereign being led Alyson to new love 1:54:22 - Alyson's new book Animal Power Resources:   Animal Power by Alyson Charles Ceremony Circle podcast Website | alysoncharles.com Alyson on IG| https://www.instagram.com/iamalysoncharles/    Connect with Hallie Rose: Thought Room IG | https://www.instagram.com/thoughtroompodcast/  Hallie Rose IG | https://www.instagram.com/hallie_rosebud/   YouTube |http://bit.ly/ThoughtRoomYouTube  Website | www.thoughtroompodcast.com    HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW!    → SUBSCRIBE: Apple, Spotify, YouTube     → LEAVE A SHORT APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW: https://kite.link/Review  Would you please consider leaving a typed review on Apple Podcasts? It takes less than 60 seconds and even a line or two  makes a really big difference in helping to land prominent guests and get noticed!     →  SHARE: Spread the word!  Text a friend this episode Tag @hallie_rosebud @thoughtroompodcast on your IG story or feed

Discover Your Talent–Do What You Love | Build a Career of Success, Satisfaction and Freedom

Susan Miner is the founder of Beauty From the Inside Out. As a supermodel, Susan graced the covers of Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire, Self, Bazaar, and more! Some of her beauty campaigns were L'Oreal, Maybelline, Revlon, and Nivea. She followed this up by becoming a Professor of Psychology and a therapist. Her company now combines both of her careers as a model and a therapist. Collaboration with other models is a fun part of her work as she lends her face and intelligence to projects.

A Little Bit Culty
Sounds Cultish: Amanda Montell on Fanatical Language

A Little Bit Culty

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 80:32


A Little Bit Culty – Sticks and stones break bones, but words build entire cult empires. In this episode, Sarah and Nippy sit down with Amanda Montell to discuss how cultish groups and social media gurus use language to manipulate followers and cultivate power. Amanda is a writer, language scholar, and the author of two critically acclaimed books: Cultish: The Language of Fanaticism and Wordslut: A Feminist Guide to Taking Back the English Language (HarperWave). Her books have earned praise from The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, and others, and Amanda is currently developing Wordslut for television with FX Studios. Amanda's writing has been featured in Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Teen Vogue, Refinery29, and Who What Wear, where she formerly served as the Features & Beauty Editor. She is also the creator and co-host of the comedy-cult podcast, Sounds Like A Cult. Find her on Instagram @amanda_montell.The views and opinions expressed on A Little Bit Culty do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the podcast. And also they want you to know that any content provided by our guests, bloggers, sponsors or authors are of their opinion and are not intended to malign any religion, group, club, organization, business individual, anyone or anything.A Little Bit Culty is proud to support the # IGOTOUT project, which empowers survivors of cultic abuse to share their stories online as a catalyst for education, prevention, and healing. Learn more at igotout.orgFor more information on A Little Bit Culty and co-hosts Sarah Edmondson and Nippy “Anthony” Ames, visit our official website at alittlebitculty.com. Follow us on Instagram & Twitter @alittlebitculty~CREDITS: Executive Producers: Sarah Edmondson & Anthony AmesProduction Partner: Citizens of Sound Producer: Will RetherfordAssociate Producer: Jess TardyTheme Song: “Cultivated” by Jon Bryant co-written with Nygel AsselinAdditional Music Score by Will Retherford See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Powerful Stories with Tory Archbold
From Top Model to Showstopper with Erika Heynatz

Powerful Stories with Tory Archbold

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 19:39


Courage takes many different shapes and forms for all of us. Whether you're walking down a catwalk, standing on top of a stage, or finding yourself through challenging times, the strength and resilience it takes to keep striving and showing up for yourself everyday is inspiring and truly powerful. I am bringing you the incredibly talented Erika Heynatz. I have known Erika for two decades and she is one of my absolute favourite performing artists.  Erika studied graphic design at university before beginning in the fashion industry as a model. She built a very successful career, including walking catwalks in Europe and hosting Australia's Top Model, before changing paths to become a performing artist.  In this episode, we discuss Erika's early career and her bold move to become a singer and perform on stage for ‘It Takes Two', Marie Claire, and three musicals including Legally Blonde, Singin' in the Rain, and Rocky Horror. Her show stopping performance won her BWW's Best Featured Actress in a Musical and a nomination for Best Supporting Actress In A Musical at the Helpmann Awards.  Erika shares her challenges, including how difficult it was to find a tribe and community when she was a model because so many people in that industry have blocked themselves off from others.  Erika warmly opens up about the nerves and fear she felt before going on stage. Through strength she changed her mindset to face her fears, find her courage and realise that it's not about her. The incredible thing about theatre is that it's all about the impact for the audience and purely just being in the moment that makes it a one-of-a-kind experience.  Erika talks about how she found her voice through standing up for herself and for other women. She discovered her power and strength through fear and pain. This experience has changed her as a performer and led her to build boundaries for herself and for others. She has found her passion to write her own content and plug in with amazing female creatives to tell a story of her own about perfection and disconnection. Erika's journey embodies bravery and courage. I know that it will resonate with many women and I'm so grateful to be bringing it to you.   Where to Find Erika:  Linked In:Erika Heynatz Instagram: ErikaHeynatz (@erikaheynatz) • Instagram photos and videos   Where to Find Tory: Website: https://powerful-steps.com/  Instagram: @powerfulsteps Powerful Steps Coffee Challenge: https://powerful-steps.com/coffee-challenge/.  Join The Confidence to Pitch Workshop - Nov 15th: https://powerful-steps.com/mentor-global-entrepreneur-program/the-confidence-to-pitch/ Youtube Channel:  Powerful Steps - YouTube See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

I AM Healthy & Fit
A Whole Body Approach To Weight Loss with Esther Blum

I AM Healthy & Fit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 48:19


Esther Blum is an Integrative Dietitian and High Performance Coach. She currently maintains a virtual practise where she helps people permanently lose weight, balance hormones, heal the gut, and reverse chronic health struggles. Esther believes that diet and supplements are the foundation to healing, but treating the whole person is paramount.Esther is the bestselling author of 4 books: Cavewomen Don't Get Fat, Eat, Drink and Be Gorgeous, Secrets of Gorgeous, and The Eat, Drink, and Be Gorgeous Project. Widely respected as an industry expert, Esther was voted Best Nutritionist by Manhattan Magazine. She has appeared on Dr. Oz, the Today Show, A Healthy You with Carol Alt, the ISAAC show, ABC-TV, FOX- 5's Good Day NY, and Fox News Live. Esther is an in-demand authority frequently quoted in E! Online, In Touch, Time Magazine, The New York Post, The Los Angeles Times, In Style, Bazaar, Self, Fitness, Marie Claire, and Cosmo.Esther received a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Nutrition from Simmons College in Boston and is a graduate of New York University, where she received her Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition. Esther is credentialed as a registered dietitian, a certified dietitian-nutritionist and a Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS), the certification from the Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists (BCNS). She is also a member of the American Dietetic Association, Dietitians in Functional Medicine, Nutritionists in Complementary Care, and the Connecticut Dietetic Association.Esther lives in CT with her family where she can be seen cooking up a storm, going for long hikes, and blasting 80's music by the fire pit.GIFT TO YOUThis application is to learn more about you to see if or how I can help you. I will review each application personally. If selected, we'll schedule you for a 30-minute complimentary Strategy Session to give you 3 actionable steps to move you towards your goal. estherblum.com/callSOCIAL LINKSEstherBlum.comInstagram @gorgeousestherYouTube: Esther Blum

Money Mindset with Gull Khan
Money Mindset with Gull Khan | Episode 213 | Money Talkies with Sami Wunder | Lean into Work, Lean Back in Love

Money Mindset with Gull Khan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 39:24


Welcome to Money Mindset with Gull Khan. And welcome back to another episode of Money Talkies! In today's episode we're speaking to Sami Wunder once more. Sami is an leading international dating and relationship coach who specialises in helping high-achieving women attract and keep romantic love.  Sami founded her multi seven-figure relationship brand after exiting a successful career as a gold medal economist, with Masters in public policy. She then 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 on 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. Let's speak to Sami today and find out how we can lean into work, and lean back in love. Let's find out! Connect with Sami here: Website: https://www.samiwunder.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/samiwunder Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/samiwundercoaching Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/sami.wunder.5 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/samiwundercoach/ "Lean In At Work, Lean Back In Love": https://samiwundercoaching.lpages.co/lean-back-podcasts/ Ready to rewrite your money story? Register to my Five Day Millionaire Mindset Makeover Workshop here: https://www.abundancemindsetmakeover.com/ Visit our website for more information: http://gullkhan.com/

Progressive Opinions of Color (POC Podcast) - Politics and Economics with Underrepresented Voices
Voting Accessibility, National Voter IDs, California Recall Election, and Starting a Non-profit with Kat Calvin, Founder of Spread The Vote

Progressive Opinions of Color (POC Podcast) - Politics and Economics with Underrepresented Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 42:27


Nancy chats with Kat Calvin about voter suppression and the complexities of obtaining IDs for everyday use. Kat also talks about the California recall election and tips to starting a non-profit. Kat Calvin is the Founder and Executive Director of Spread The Vote and the Co-Founder and CEO of the Project ID Action Fund. A lawyer, activist, and social entrepreneur, Kat has built a national organization that helps Americans obtain the IDs they need for jobs, housing, and life and that also allows them to go to the polls. Kat is one of the TIME Magazine 16 People and Groups Fighting for a More Equal America, 2018 Fast Company 100 Most Creative People in Business, and has been a Business Insider 30 Under 30, The Grio 100, and more. Kat has been featured in the New York Times, LA Times, Washington Post, Atlantic, Essence, Glamour, NPR, PBS, BET, Marie Claire and many more print and digital outlets. She has been a guest commentator on MSNBC, CNN, Headline News, Sirius XM, and more. She is a frequent keynote speaker and a sought after voice for her expertise and opinions on politics, voting, ID related issues, and more.Along with STV/PID, Kat co-hosts Vote! The Podcast, is a photographer, an avid traveler, and is currently writing a book.Kat attended Mount Holyoke College and the University of Michigan Law School. She is an Army brat mostly from Seattle and Sierra Vista, AZ and currently lives in Los Angeles.Nancy: Website, Instagram, Twitter Welcome to Progressive Opinions of Color (POC), a podcast that creates space for people of color in conversations about economics, politics, and culture. Your host is Nancy Wu. Nancy is an Asian American woman, an economist, and a huge politics and policy nerd. Nancy triple majored in Economics, Government (Political Science) and Gender Studies at Dartmouth and has a Master's in Development Economics from Oxford. She works as an Economist full time and has previously worked in economic policy at the White House (under Obama, of course) and progressive think tanks.  The goal of this podcast is to engage the state of the economy, and other pressing topics in politics, economics, and culture, all through perspectives inclusive of the lived experiences of people of color. Whether you're new to politics or already a huge politics nerd, we hope this podcast inspires community and conversation among us. Join us in reimagining politics and economics with underrepresented voices.

Powerful Stories with Tory Archbold
How to navigate an identity crisis

Powerful Stories with Tory Archbold

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 21:57


Have you thought about your next step?  Are you thinking about changing your business or transforming your life?  I have been where you are now. I went through my own identity crisis when I closed Torstar and was ready to begin Powerful Steps.  In this episode, I share with you my story of beginning my first business and launching world leading brands into Australia. I want to take you back to the beginning of where my courage and self belief came from.  I was always known as the girl in the little black dress that made things happen for others. I had 60 little black dresses in my cupboard!  After the success of this business, I felt I was ready to move on and create a brand that delivers a global impact that works towards empowering others. I opened up to thousands of readers and shared my own personal journey in Marie Claire magazine. I found the power in my story and I no longer cared what others thought.  I'm so thankful to pass on the process and exercise a Buddhist monk shared with me to learn to marinate in your problem for a set amount of time and then let it go. It could be 45 seconds, 45 minutes or 45 years. The choice is up to you. If you learn to forgive others, you will wake up every day with a happy heart.  I'm so excited to share with you the three things to prioritise if you're going through a transformation. This list will help you clear out your old energy and set your intentions for the next phase of your life.  I leant into my intuition and my power to become the woman that I am today. I will always be grateful that I knew to trust my gut that the next powerful step was coming. I had the self belief and courage to pursue it, worked incredibly hard to build my brand, and now I am so happy to be able to empower and help women from all over the world.   Where to Find Tory: Website: https://powerful-steps.com/  Instagram: @powerfulsteps Powerful Steps Coffee Challenge: https://powerful-steps.com/coffee-challenge/.  Join The Confidence to Pitch Workshop - Nov 15th: https://powerful-steps.com/mentor-global-entrepreneur-program/the-confidence-to-pitch/ Youtube Channel:  Powerful Steps - YouTube See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Passionistas Project Podcast
Kylee Stone: Using the Power of Personal Stories to Create Meaningful Connections

The Passionistas Project Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 44:03


Kylee Stone is a descendant of the Wakka Wakka and Kulluli First Nations with 25 years in the business of storytelling. She has an intrinsic talent in the power of personal stories to create meaningful connections. Certified in the neuroscience of resilience, Kylee's mission is to disrupt the status quo on the traditional view of leadership and enable people with the courage to take action in direct accordance with their vision, values, passion and purpose. Read more about Kylee. Learn more about The Passionistas Project. Full Transcript: Passionistas: Hi, and welcome to the Passionistas Project Podcast, where we talk with women who are following their passions to inspire you to do the same. We're Amy and Nancy Harrington and today we're talking with Kylee Stone, a descendant of the Wakka Wakka, and Kalali First Nations with 25 years in the business of storytelling and an intrinsic talent in the power of personal stories to create meaningful connections certified in the neuroscience of results. Kylee's mission is to disrupt the status quo on the traditional view of leadership and enable people with the courage to take action and direct accordance with their visions, values, passion, and purpose. So please welcome to the show Kylee Stone. Kylee: Thank you. So good to be here with the two of you. Passionistas: We're so happy to have you here. What are you most passionate about? Kylee: I am passionate about the relationship between design and storytelling — so the design of storytelling and its ability to influence the way that we lead specifically, and more importantly, women's ability to do that. And when I say that, because I do believe that as an indigenous person and I'll, and I'll reference that… our cultural background is fundamentally historic. And what we know about storytelling is very different from a cultural perspective to what we know in the world today. But when we do look at that, fundamentally, the whole purpose of that really is, if you imagine sitting around a fireplace, for example, which, you know, from an indigenous cultural point of view is more around fire, where you would have people. You know, there was no language for it as what we've created today, but certainly it was all about people connecting. It was just about the connection of people. And so when we look at that lens and we put that over the world today, you know, if we even dissect, I suppose, the entertainment industry — movies, you know, I love drama, right? I love a good story. But great drama is based on a great story. And when we look about our relationship to the story, I think there's always a real connection where, you know, if you go to a great film and you cry, there's definitely a great story in that. You know, there's an immediate connection with us as a human being. So for me, I like to be able to take that, in terms of its architecture, and apply it to. Each of us has an individual understanding how that works for us at the level of human being, and then how that influences our strength, our character, our courage, and fundamentally the way we communicate so that we have the experience of being able to pursue what it is that is important. And for me, what that means is being able for a woman to express and experience her own self-expression. In terms of leadership for me, that's very different from what I've been raised in. I say this whole thing about a new paradigm of leadership because in my generation, I was raised pretty much in a model where you've got companies that are designed basically out of the industrial revolution, right, where it's very much a command and control method. But I think for me, I'm not saying it's not about change, so I'm very clear, it's not about change now. I'm not here to change. I'm here to create something new. And when we create something new, we're not changing the old we're actually just at work on crafting a new future. And that for me is really designed around women leading the way on that because I do think women are natural nurturers. They're natural storytellers. And I think that's where we can get a real transformation. Passionistas: Let's take let's step back. Tell us about your heritage and particularly your grandmother and mother. Kylee: Well, I'll start with my grandmother. So. My grandmother was, uh, born and raised at a controlled country. So I'm a descendant of the, a couple of nations. One is the Wakka Wakka nations, which is where my grandmother was born and her mother. So my great grandmother was a tree, was originally from a place called Kalali, which is when we talk about our nations. It's really the air in the region as an Aboriginal person. And. Um, some, a descendant of what what's called the stolen generation, which was a group of indigenous people who, children who were removed from their family because they were considered half. So the Wakka Wakka area was, was where a lot of the indigenous. So when the British came, they moved all the indigenous people out of their, their, their communities. And they put them into, I'm not sure what the technical term that you would call it, but they'd put them into areas. And one of those areas was called Wakka Wakka. So Wakka Wakka was not an original nations. It was. Multiple nations. And so my grandmother was removed from Kalali and taken to Wakka Wakka when she was discovered to be pregnant. And she was pregnant to the men who she was on a farm with. So she was already moved originally to a place where she was at which at two years old. So at two years old, she was taken from her family, put into a, essentially with the local school teacher and his family. So, you know, whilst on the one hand, you know, we look from the view called, oh my goodness. She was, she was removed from her family, how awful she wasn't put into an environment where she was not taken care of from the other way. When we look, you know, she was with a school teacher and his wife and their family. So she was there till she was 20. In her late twenties and then fell pregnant. And we have paperwork that actually says she wrote a letter basically to the police department, letting them know that she had fallen pregnant to the, to the gentlemen who was the, the owner of the property. But of course he denied. So that was when she was moved. So then she was moved to Wakka Wakka and, you know, within, I think six months later, she had gave birth to my grandmother in the Wakka Wakka region. And then all the women who were single and had children, there were homes for them on this property. So there was a home where there was the kids, there was a home where there was the mothers. Children. And then there was the rest of the community. And so she might, my grandmother was born and then in this particular part of the village. And so when she was three that the government had come in with buses, from what school here, the salvation army and the buses came in to take all the children who were half cast. So if they looked like they were white, they were taken and removed. To a salvation army residence where they were believed to be being raised for a bit of a better education and a better future that will given that we're given education, basically. So again, you know, uh, my grandmother was three taken from her mother. So you know that there is trauma and there's, uh, you know, horrifying kind of, you never want your daughter to be taken from your mother, you know, and nor do to your right. And at the same time, you know, if we look from the other view, you know, she's, she was given education education and she was given these other opportunities. So that was, that was my grandmothers, my grandmother, and right. My grandmother's story. So my grandmother had married a British man and they had children. There was some dysfunction in that relationship, you know, as for whether I can speak the truth to that. I really, I can't, I can't because sadly my grandmother's no longer here, but my, it was my grandma. It was a situation where my grandmother felt like she needed to leave. So she left and left my grandfather with all the. So there was my mother, my mother's dead. My mother was five twin sisters. She had twin sisters who were two years old. They had a brother and an older brother, so there was four of them. So he moved them into a home salvation army home, bizarrely enough. So at five years old mum was taken from a family and put into there with her sisters. And she, she lived there till she was 15, basically. So for 10 years, from five to 15, She stayed there on this property and then came out and one year later, after coming out, she fell pregnant with, with me. And so technically, uh, when I, when I started to, uh, understand the story, I discovered, you know, it was in the seventies. So I discovered that actually I was technically the first woman out of four generations to not have been taken away from or removed from my mother and in some respects. So yeah, it's. Uh, I think in the wa you know, it made me question actually, because I think when I looked back at the timing of that, you know, the seventies where the, the, the, the civil rights movement, there was a big push around women's liberation. And, you know, my mother was only 16 at the time. And at that time, she was told that if she gave birth to. She would not be welcome home because any woman who had a child out of wedlock, they would take the children from them. Now they didn't go to take the children from her, but they said to her, if you have this child, you're not coming home, you know, it's like disown the family, which is very common, you know, it wasn't, it's like, you know, we look at that now. Oh my God, that's just atrocious. But it was very common back then for a lot of women. In fact, it was only until 2012 that the government here actually did a national apology to all the women who gave. To children in the seventies and had their children's take taken away from them. So there was a generation of children who are now my age, who were raised without their biological parents, because they were out of wedlock. So it's kind of serendipitous too, in terms of my mother, she just clearly decided to be some kind of rebel and decided, no, that's not, that's not how it's going to go. Passionistas: She must have been incredibly strong to make that decision in the midst of that. Kylee: I think to myself, imagine being 16 years old in a hospital by yourself, isolated, having your family say, we don't want to part of it. And now you're stuck here. They did. I was in a waiting room for four weeks. They'd actually filled out all the adoption papers and she'd had four weeks to make the decision. And it was, she said it was the last day. She said it got to the last day. And she said, I just could not, I couldn't do it. I just could not bring myself to think about what it would look like if I had to try and find you. Passionistas: So how, how did those experiences impact your childhood and did they impact your life to this day? Absolutely as a kid, I would say no way. You know, I, I, I, my nickname as a kid was Smiley Kylee. I was a joyful kid. You know, my mother was 16, so she had lots of great friends around her and her friend's parents actually. So she had a lot of support that way. So I none, the wiser, you know, you don't know what you don't know, you don't know. So as. I don't know, except definitely subconsciously The, there was a, like, one of the things that I'm now dealing with is the, you know, the there's the whole theory around attachment theory. And you know, one of the things that, you know, because I was not raised in a very stable, traditional household, I was moved around a lot. So I'm not very attached to people. And that has been really difficult. You know, I've, I've lost my grandfather just recently. And it was really challenging because it was the first time I'd had, you know, I've only ever really lost grandparents. I've not had the experience. Well, we've had close friends, very young to pass. It's just a very different experience. Cause it's a tragedy, but people relatively close to. You know, I, I, I had this experience called God. I felt like a real cold beach, you know, because I just, I wasn't emotional, you know, I wasn't this really torn upset person. And I really, it challenged me because I thought, oh my God, what is wrong with you? You know, that was my immediate, what is wrong with you? I spoke to some friends of mine. One of whom is just got a background psychology, and she's just an extraordinary human in terms of what she knows. And she said, you know, she explained the whole thing about grief and this attachment theory. And I went, God, that explains everything. You know, the, the way I was raised, the knot I learned to not be attached, I was the kid that you could stick in the middle of the room and she'd be happy with anybody, you know? And so if I look at it from that perspective, it was like, well, of course. She, she expects people. I gotta leave, you know, and it wasn't a problem for me as a kid. In fact, it's one of my greatest skills, even as an adult, you know, I've mobilized, you know, I'm my, my whole strength. In fact, it's very aligned even to my cultural background. I'm all about community. I'm all about others. I'm all about, you know, being of service to everybody else. And you know, I, you can stick me in the middle of anywhere and I'll blend with anybody. And I think I've always fought for that. I've always fought for, for diversity and equality and injustice and, you know, enhance why it's no accident. I'm fighting against some hierarchical view of leadership. Like what the heck are you serious? Like, just because you've got a title and you're sitting on some top pain, half a million bucks a year for your salary doesn't mean I need to treat you any different to the person who's cleaning the goddamn bathroom, you know, and I respect that you've got experience and talent. I listen and respect that because that's fundamental to who we are in our culture is all respect. You don't need a title, have respect. You just have respect period. So that, that definitely shaped, had a massive impact in who I've become in life and how I've surrounded myself with creating communities and building communities. And, and what I'm doing in the area of women is, you know, even five years ago, I started a women's group called team women, Australia, and it was all about story to. And I called a team for the purpose of team. I D I didn't want this hierarchical view. Of course, it's taken me seven years to mobilize the damn thing, because I was stuck in the existing paradigm myself and say how we were trying to build it was inside that paradigm. And all it was it's like, why is this not working? It was like, oh my God, why didn't you just stop doing it? I know, finally, here we are, you know, post pandemic and it's mobilizing, you know, we took the lid off and off the boundary itself and just went, you know, actually the whole purpose is team and collaboration and community and create, you know, it's not about having some organizational structure and I just want to, if I can implement it there in terms of how I see what's possible in the world, then I'll, I'll I'll know I've kind of achieved what I'm here to, which. Passionistas: We're Amy and Nancy Harrington and you're listening to the Passionistas Project podcast and our interview with Kylee Stone. To discover the power of storytelling to ignite your passion, grow your influence and amplify the impact you have in business leadership and life, visit ThePerformanceCode.co. If you're enjoying this interview and would like to help us continue creating inspiring costs, please consider becoming a patron by visiting ThePassionistasProject.com/podcast and clicking on the patron button. Even $1 a month can help us continue our mission of inspiring women to follow their passions. Now here's more of our interview with Kylee. You also had the straightforward traditional career, and that certainly has impacted where you are today and you're thinking about structure, so tell us about that career. Kylee: I've had such a great career. I feel so blessed, you know, I really do. And I feel blessed because I was in a time when media, in my opinion, feet here in Australia was really thriving. So I got to work with some really just extraordinary, extraordinary people. And in fact, whenever I reflect on any of the jobs I've had, I like there's been people that have stuck with me my entire life since then, you know? So it was actually an accident that I landed in media. I did not want to leave home when it came to university. And at the time I was living on the gold coast, which there was, there was no university on the gold coast, which meant for me, if I was going to go do a university, I would have had to travel away from. Of course I did not have enough. My prefrontal cortex wasn't developed enough to have enough emotional intelligence to know what was going on, so I didn't go beyond it. Right. So I didn't go straight to university, but what it meant was I ended up going to, uh, you know, uh, did a full-time intensive college. On the gold coast in business and marketing and advertising. And, and I excelled, I mean, I'm, I'm very smart. And I, I taught, you know, I think I did three first-class honors, uh, in business management, sales management, and marketing itself. And then over the college, they had different areas of industry worked within the unit within the college. And I had came through his class on, was over the entire college. So I so. And it was on the graduation evening that, you know, typical graduation, you have sponsors tables, etc. And as I was coming off the stage with the awards, the guy who was the marketing director at the time at the media company, pulled me over and gave him his business card and said, listen, I've got a job for you. Just give me a call on Monday. And I was like, you beauty, you know, graduated college. The last thing you want to do is try and find a job. So that was, that was literally how much my study. I rocked up on his doorstep. No kidding. On the Monday morning, without an appointment, not knowing, I mean, I had no idea how, what was protocol and best way to do that. And anyway, he was in meetings. So I sat there for half the time until he was ready to say me. And that was the beginning of my career. You know, he actually did not have a job to be honest. He was like, I just want this person in here and made a job for me. So of course, the first six months of my job, my career was born. Boring on one aspect from a technical point of view, because I was in this marketing and promotions team and I had to pay stuff. In those days, newspapers, you had to paste up the content inside the paper. So that was part of my job, needless to say it was also fun because we had the very first Indy grand Prix here on the gold coast. And we were, you know, we were the major sponsors. So, you know, we got to go to these big fabulous events and stuff like that. But I was invited by the head of the research, uh, team to come in and say easy. Do you know anything about computers? I had done a bit of. A bit of what do you call it? Uh, just data stuff in college. Like nothing really learning how to talk. I was like, yeah, sure. I know how to use computers. He so great. He said, but because at the time his department with the exception of editorial that had one was the only department that had a computer. So he sees a great, can you come in and do you want to help me just do some data crunching? And he asked me, yeah, sure. Next night, I'm home that night with the manuals, you know, the old Microsoft Excel, Microsoft, I would manually. Teaching myself how to use a camera, as I say, he's a computer, but I went back and, uh, anyway, I fell in love with it. I fell in love with the data we had. Basically our job was to interpret the data, to help the sales teams, you know, sell and commercialize the business and help the editorial teams understand the readers of the paper and blah, blah, blah. And that's what I did for the next 20 years. I, I just, I loved it. I, I loved the connection between the data and being able to convert that into. You know, sales presentations for the sales teams and when they would sell, they would sadly they'd get all the bonus. And I didn't, but I was paid pittance at that stage as a 19 year old, but, but that's, I just loved it. I loved what I did and I just kept doing that. I did that for four years and he was a real supporter of mine and just, he was like, you got to get to Sydney, you know, get, get, take the next level. And I went for a job. I didn't get it initially because I didn't have a degree and I'd only just started doing a part time. And, but three months later they rang me back. Oh, the person with the degree didn't work out. Can you take the job still? Yeah. So that got me the big. Um, I moved down to Sydney at the time and, uh, worked for, uh, you know, our, our major metropolitan papers here, the Australian and the Telegraph. And this is the main ones and that's kind of what set me off. I just, then I, I, it, and it really was a methodical journey from there. It really was. I worked hard. I loved what I did. I got a promotion and then I got a pay rise. And then, you know, there was a bit of dysfunction in that team. I went and looked at our trade press and went, oh, I want to go work in the Marie Claire, you know, they're going to launch Marie Claire, I'd love to do that. And I got the job and that's how it unfolded. It really was like, no kidding. It's like the traditional, here's a letter. Here's the steps you take to get to the top. Here's what you need to do that. And you work hard. You do a good job next year, you'll get a 2.5% pay increase or whatever the CPI rate is at the time. And if you do that well, then you'll move up and then you'll move up and then you'll move up. And so I did that until 2006. Uh, and, uh, and in that time I've got to do some extraordinary work, launching some incredible brands and was then the marketing and strategy director for News Corp, which I know being global. Everyone knows that. So it's easy to say that, but, uh, I did that for six years and I just loved it. You know, I really, really loved my job. I had a T I, you know, worked on the expansion of this team and. Transformed the way that we worked at just hi, my commitment to delivering great products was at the heart of everything. And having people really enjoy what they do. I just really loved it. Loved it, loved it, loved it. And then of course, three kids had got to really suck on my God, how do I do this? So it was, that was, that was really the first turning point of like, oh my gosh, how do I get to, how do I get to still make a difference and be a leader? Do what I really love now that I've got three kids in my kids. You know, this was when I, when I'd had the third one. So the first. I navigated, like I went back to work after three, you know, three months. Cause my child, God bless him would sleep 12 hours a night. So I'd be up during the day and I'm like, oh my God, I can't handle this. Child's just to alert. I need to go back to. So I'm sleeping 12 hours and night. I feel really quite, except you're just running around crazy. I can't cope with this. I went back to work. So I went back to work two times, you know, with the first child and the second child went back to work. Full-time on both occasions and on both occasions, just, I think this is a story I think is really important for women to hear, because not all the stories about. You know, I know we hear a lot of bad stories about women who return to work and they get treated badly and they, you know, like that. And sometimes I think we do do ourselves a disservice by not being able to hear stories that actually go really well because when we hear stories that go really well, we've got an access into what could I have done differently to, to do that. And on both occasions, I got the biggest pay rise I've ever had in my career. And I got the biggest promotion I've ever head whilst I was on maternity leave. So it was an extraordinary time for me. And it wasn't until the day I had my third child and I went back to work that I, that it all fell apart. I was like, okay, three kids in three years, Colleen, who the hell, even kidding, like really, you can't keep doing this. You're going to burn out. You're going to kill your family. You know, something's got to shift and that's when everything started to change. Really. So what happened. Uh, huh, I call it the, I call it the dirty dancing story. So I'm w I'm walking. Literally my third child is 10 months old Harrison, so it was 2010. And, uh, I'm walking back into the office, thinking to myself, I am so desperate just to get a hot cup of coffee and be able to go to the toilet and piece, you know, three kids under three. And it was like, oh, I need to, I want to go. I want to go back part time. And I wanted to go back into my job because I just come up the back of three years of working on this major rebranding project and strategy, and is keen to get back into that project with the team. So I'm walking into the office and literally as I'm walking through the corridor, I think to myself, You are crazy. You can't do this. You can't, you cannot go back know to a full-time job or a big job, or you've got three kids. And so I sat into the, uh, sat down with him and said, look, I want to come back. And so I immediately decided for myself, I need to ask for part-time, that's the only way to do that. So I said, you know, can I part time he didn't want me in the job? He wanted somebody in that particular role full-time and he said, and I, and so I negotiated to split it. So I had marketing and strategy director and I said, well, what if I take the strategy? Part of all that work and the guy that's doing my MetLife, you know, he can kick the operational aspect. So he agreed. So I came back and did three days a week just doing strategy and. Showing up. It was really grateful. I'm really grateful to just be able to get away from having three kids and really the stress of that coming into work. And I was in an office and so right outside. So where are my, so I've been put into an office that was in the executive area and I don't know, you know, Certainly in Australia, you know, traditional corporate stolen environments, usually executive suites are either on a particular floor or certainly NewsCorp all over the world. It's like this, right? Either it's the Taj Mahal, which is what we would call it that sits at the top. Or there's a floor, a dedicated floor. That's all for the executive suites and it's luxurious. Right? So I'm in the. Area. So when I was marketing director, I was in the marketing area with all the staff. And so now here I am in the executive area, in an office, outside the executive boardroom. By myself and, you know, I should be grateful because I've got my own office and it's peaceful and it's quiet and blah, blah, blah. I can do my own thing. Yeah. Great. But then all of a sudden there was a day when my old executive team, so we're in the boardroom. They start walking in the boardroom and I'm sitting there on the outside. There's a glass window on my side, outside the office. And I think to myself, what the heck. What the, this is not, this is not the picture I imagined. So, so, and I had this like all of a sudden for myself. Okay. So I've just climbed 20 years to get to this role now, just because I'm doing three days a week and I was actually in the executive team, but now I'm sitting here no longer part of the conversation or not, not only am I no longer part of the conversation, I don't have any staff anymore. So I'm alone and. I don't have any accountability. I'm not accountable for a budget line. I'm just on the sideline. And I kid you not. That's like, you know, you know, that scene in dirty dancing where baby Houseman sitting in the corner, waiting for Patrick Swayze to, you know, he walks in the door, my Patrick Swayze didn't walk in the door, sadly. I thought, no, this is not okay. I am not okay with this. And I just, at that moment decided I needed to do something about it. I I'm not, I just need to do something about it. So I decided to go back to true style, made tomb, to turn things around. Went and sorted out the fact that I had completed my undergrad degree, I decided at that then I had a conversation actually with one of the guys at work. And I said, look, I said, what what's next for me? And honestly, what immediately Curt is the only thing I could do is I, well, if I'm going to compete here, I need to go get myself an MBA. That was immediately what I thought. But really that's what I thought. I thought, if you're going to compete there to get what you need to get you going to have an MBA. So I got to the guy who was CFO at the time, I said, right, I'm going to have to. And he said, well, you do realize you don't need to given your experience. You actually don't need to complete your undergrad. You could actually make an application to have it authorized and you could go and do your postgrad. Guess what I did. I submitted through to the university. I got my undergrad approved and they approved me to go into post-grad studies so that I could start doing an MBA and, or specializing in change management. Right. All the meanwhile still doing three days at work, still juggling the three children. Oh. And let's just say added a coach in there into the mix as well, because it was just like, ah, I don't know what the heck I'm doing. Right. And so I just, everything. And so that was what I decided to do. I was like, you know what? I got to turn this around. This is I'm not going to get stuck because in marketing, one of the big problems in marketing is everybody in the company always thinks they know better as a marketer. Somehow that's just one of those. It was a, everybody can do. And I thought I'm not going to get stuck with this future. So when I did make the decision to change, that's when I changed direction and went, okay, what is the future for me? If I looked out there somewhere in the future, and rather than looking at a step change, I was like, what could I imagine for myself? And I, and that was when I got present to the opportunity of transformation and actually dealing more directly with people as opposed to customer. And that was why I chose to do the change management certification. And then of course I did two subjects of that. Very proud, got two high distinctions in both subjects, but was sitting down there while I was submitting my final paper. It was a school holiday period when we were on holidays with the kids and on aided to submit this piece of work. And I, as I sat there doing it, the kids were at my fate and I, and I hadn't had another one of those moments. I looked down at them and I thought, is this what you want your life to be about? Do you want your kids. To grow up thinking that you and you, that you're going to look back not having had these moments because you're too busy attending to what you technically think is getting ahead in your career. Let's just so at that point I quit. I quit the study. I said, this is not the right time. I spoke to my boss at the time at work and they were doing a lot of transformation work and I made a request. I said, I can do that job. And I know I can do that job. I don't need to get a piece of paper to tell you I can do that job. And quite frankly, I've seen people doing that job who had the paper and they're actually not delivering results. And so he pointed me the hate of change and strategy planning at the point at that time, that new school and was put on a project. What that adjust again? I just loved, I loved to work with the people and literally that was my last gig at new school, but I did that for a few years. And at the same time was, became so passionate about, you know, other women who were dealing with the same stuff. And I remember walking in the office one particular day and I've got to the coffee shop, which is clearly the first step for any mother, get to the coffee first. And I'm standing in line with the coffee, having coffee. And there was a lady who was, I'd worked with maybe four or five years previously. She was standing in the queue behind me. And you tapped me on the shoulder, says, Hey, don't worry. I say, most of the time when I get to the front of the coffee shop, I'm like, don't talk to me. I just want to not talk to anyone. Just, you know, just nod and say, yes, good. Except the turnaround. I saw who it was. And I just said saving really, but you really want to know and very pissed off. Oh my God. Well, And I told her, I said, listen, I just really fed up with this whole, I've spent all these years to get where I've gotten. And I said, I just seriously just feel like my, somehow my intelligence just seems to be dissipated. You know, it's not relevant anymore. Or I should just be part time. And because I'm doing part-time, I'm not contributing at the level. Even though I had this really great trainers role, there was a lot of the aspects of the role that it wasn't getting. And when she said me too, I was like, really. And I'll tell you at that point, I honestly did not see that it was more than just me and I want to aspects, I go, that's very insolent. Right. But, but I didn't get at that point, the degree to which, because I hadn't, you know, there hadn't really been a huge awareness at that point around the issues of working women in senior leadership positions and the challenge. It was very early days. But when she said that, I said, that's awful. And I said to her, what are you doing? She said, well, what came up. I was like, really? And that was, as you, you know, as I was saying, I had gone and started taking a number actions. I'd got myself into a UGA gig. And so I said that basically, people, listen, I'm happy to share with you, you know what I've done. And to kind of start to carve out a new future for yourself. And we went and had lunch at the pub, sat down and started sharing with her about what I was doing. She said some amazing. And I said, oh, you know what I said, well, here's a few things to get you started. I've got to start it. And. Long story short, next minute, I'm running a weekly mentoring. Well, I call it a mentoring, but it was really a weekly chat with a group of women that went for, went up to 55 women who were all technically dealing with similar staff attempting to really carve out a future for themselves as a leader. And it went outside of new school. So we had women in news Corp, but then women in news Corp had friends who were in other companies and it just kind of went from there. And then. That's what turned into team women, Australia. Like we just like, oh, we did this event. And then that went like that and it just kind of organically just took off. Passionistas: What is leadership transformation? Kylee: Leadership transformation is two things. To firstly acknowledge it. So transformation is a new view. So if you think about a butterfly that was a caterpillar, it's still the same animal. It's actually still the same, right? In many aspects, it comes from the same core. What once was a caterpillar, has a new view, becomes this butterfly. So transformation is a process of seeing a new view that opens up a new world. And so leadership transformation is about acknowledging what we already know about leadership and our own view. So one of the things too, to have a transformation in the area of leadership, you've first got to get out of the way. What do I already know? And how do I already relate to leadership that's constraining myself. So for me, it was really confronting, I have lived inside of this paradigm where leadership is something that you do and you progress to, and you get some academic qualifications along the way. And then when you get those qualifications, you get into a position. And once you've got that position and you're accountable for people, you're released. Right? So I first had to get that my behaviors and how I was showing up was conditional on that, that's design. And so when I got that, I noticed that actually I have to separate myself from that perspective and to acknowledge that I'm not a leader because of my credentials. I'm not a leader because I have the title. I'm not only a leader if I get into a position where I have accountability of people. I'm not that, not that, not that, not that. Okay. Well, if I'm not that, then where does it exist? Does my leadership in being a leader exist and that's this whole new world. That's the leadership transformation. It is the transformed view of who I am and what's possible as a leader in the world. And that's the part where I say, you know, using the storytelling stuff, it's really by design. It's by design. Who you are as a leader is by design. And I've interviewed hundreds of people in various leadership roles, not just in a I'm a CEO or I'm a founder, or I've spoken to people who are in leadership development. And I've spoken to people who've exuberated leadership as an athlete. And I can tell you, you ask them what their definition of a leader is and not one single person says the same thing. So, leadership transformation is about the individual acknowledgement of what's been constraining the view, and then by design designing what that looks like for you. And so the design piece then is the same as story, you know, when you craft a story about how that new future is very similar. To brand story. And you know, this kind of brought in all of my background in building brands and media and storytelling was there very simply two things at the beginning level. That is what is the future I see for myself. What is that vision? We call it a vision. And then what is the purpose for that vision? What is my why for doing that? And when you bring those two things together. Quite simply, if there is a universal view, it's someone who has a vision for a future and is out to fulfill on it with purpose and connects people with purpose. They're not connected on anything other than the fulfillment of a vision with purpose. And how you do that is up to you. That's by design because what you want in the future you're committed to is going to be very different to the person beside you. But when we do that individually and we do it collectively, it is very powerful. It mobilizes, it really aligns people on what's really at the heart of who we are, which is our purpose. Each one of us has a purpose. People mistake often that my why is about my why? Well now actually that's, it's your why, but your why speaks about others. So my purpose is to create meaningful connections. It's about what happens out there in the world. It's not what happens in here. So in that aspect, it's a leader in the sense that you, you are clearly here in the service of others. And yet your view of others is not independent of you. It includes you. So there is no you and me, there's just who I am and who I am is who you are. There's no me and you there's just you and me, me and you. Passionistas: Tell us a little bit about the Unchartered Leaders Podcast, why you started that and what you hope people take away from it Kylee: Starting a podcast was actually one of the, one of the most challenging things I've done actually to do the first one. I was really nervous, but I, the thing that got me off the ground was a commitment to one thing in particular. And this is right. Goes right to the heart of my concern and my passion for creating a new paradigm of leadership and leadership transformation in particular. And I, and I, and I, because when I look at what happens in an organization, so in the current structure, in a hierarchy, what tends to happen, and I did this myself, you know, when things are not going well in a company, right. We all blame the boss. We blame the company, you know, it's definitely the people sitting at the top who are not doing this, who are doing that and data day to day. Right. So except when things go really well, we don't say, oh, it's because of the box. Right. We go, oh, that's because of us. It's because of what we did. We're so fabulous. Oh, give me a pay rise. Oh. But the bosses want to pay themselves more money. We have, but what about us? And it's because of the team and what we did. So what what's really, if we're really Frank, there is no freedom inside of it inside of bank. As someone who actually eats in that seat while that's all going on, that leader has no freedom to thrive and be successful. That I, that is not okay for me. I'm like, that's not okay, because if we want to be a leader, what are we doing to our leaders? What, who, who are we that we are not embracing a leader's decision? You know? And so for me, the uncharted leader podcast was to, to achieve things. One, I want it to be able to tell the stories of those who are in leadership. So people could get an insight into actually what it's really like. That they are human beings with a commitment to make a difference. They were you, they were at some point climbing someplace to get somewhere and are now being courageous enough to step into a role where they know everyone else is going to shoot them down. Fundament. You know, now it happens more at Australia here. I think then what it does potentially in Australia, because in the, at least in the states, you know, you don't have this tall poppy thing where you want to, people are really great about being, being okay to be celebrated. Whereas here it's, it's less. So I wanted a chance for people to, I want it to deal with that illusion called those people. You know, they've got beautiful stories to be told, so that's the first thing. And then the second thing is in sharing their stories. I wanted people who were aspiring leaders to get that being a leader is a great, is great. It's a great opportunity. See, in, in, in the world that we live in today, being a leader is a bad idea. Being a leader is a really bad idea because it's, you, you're going to get shot down. And, you know, people are going to have a whole stack of opinions about you. It's exhausting. It's a burnout, it's hard work. And so I'm like, yeah, Yana. What if being a leader was a really great idea because being a leader has more to do with how you choose to show up yourself and to operate from being accountable, rather than judge someone else. You know, we sit in our lounge rooms, complaining about our political leaders. We all do. And yet we complain sitting on our couch, never having, ever set in a role as being a prime minister or a president ever. Uh, so we're very good at sitting back and judging others and, and, and, and I'm saying, no, the uncharted leader is someone who's saying, okay, I'm going to step back and take a look over here for me. What is, what is it for me to express myself as a leader and to embrace that and to chart out a future that is completely uncharted. It is uncharted, no matter where you're at really, it's the way we think all of a sudden, because it's a pandemic it's uncertain. Are you kidding me? The world is, it's never been certain. I mean, we live in like with some certainly, I'm sorry. You walk out the front door. You've got no clue about what's going to happen. You know, this is an uncharted life. Being a leader is uncharted and let's embrace that because actually everything that we need in order to be the best leader we can possibly be is all over here within us. Passionistas: Thanks for listening to The Passionistas Project Podcast in our interview with Kylee Stone. To discover the power of storytelling to a night, your passion grow your influence and amplify the impact you have in business leadership and life visit ThePerformanceCode.co. Please visit ThePassionistasProject.com to learn more about our podcast and subscription box filled with products made by women-owned businesses and female artisans to inspire you to follow your passions, get a free mystery box with a one-year subscription using the code FALLMYSTERY. And be sure to subscribe to The Passionistas Project Podcast so you don't miss any of our upcoming inspiring guests. Until next time, stay well and stay passionate.

At Home with Linda & Drew Scott
Let's Talk about Smells, Baby! with Tania Sanchez & Luca Turin

At Home with Linda & Drew Scott

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 47:20


We've been dealing with some fishy smells in Drew's car lately and have tried EVERYTHING to exorcise it. We don't understand why it won't go away! Enter the experts…LUCA TURIN is a perfume critic, biophysicist, popular lecturer, and author of several books on science, perfume, and culture, including the original Parfums : le guide (in French). He has been awarded both the Prix Jasmin (France) and the Jasmine Prize (UK) for perfume writing. He currently conducts research in olfaction, anesthesia, and brain disorders. TANIA SANCHEZ is a writer with an interest in perfume, aesthetics, and culture. She is the co-author with Luca Turin of Perfumes: The A–Z Guide and The Little Book of Perfumes. Her work has appeared in a variety of publications including Fashion, Marie Claire, Allure, and Psychologies, for which she was awarded a Jasmine Prize (UK). Connect with Luca & Tania:https://www.perfumestheguide.comCheck out their books if you're a smell or perfume nerd!https://www.perfumestheguide.com/more-booksLINKS N' THINGS: Thanks to our friends at ADT for making it possible for us to share these stories in a safe and secure place, At Home. https://www.adt.com/AtHomeIf you're a maker and would like to be considered for a Maker Moment on At Home, please send us a DM on social and fill out this questionnaire. We can't wait to see what you're making!https://bit.ly/hellomakerCheck out our first Makers Episode!https://athomepodcast.net/episodes/makersText 310-496-8667 with your questions for #AtHomePodcast !If you've enjoyed this podcast, please subscribe, rate and share with a friend! Thank you for being a part of the At Home community! Connect with Linda & Drew: instagram.com/athomeinstagram.com/imlindorkinstagram.com/mrdrewscott#AtHomePodcastTHEME SONG BY: Victoria Shawwww.instagram.com/VictoriaShawMusic Chad Carlsonwww.instagram.com/ChadCarlsonMusic MUSIC COMPOSED AND PRODUCED BY:Rick Russohttps://www.instagram.com/rickrussomusicSpecial thanks to all our At Home homies: PRODUCERS:Brandon AngelenoHanna PhanPOST AUDIO ENGINEER:Chris CobainDIGITAL PRODUCER:Cortney EwonusWEBSITE:Wesley FriendSERIES PHOTOGRAPHER: Dennys Ilicwww.instagram.com/dennydennSponsored by:ADT: It's important to have not just a beautiful home -- but a smart and safer home.https://www.adt.com/AtHomeSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Carnegie Council Audio Podcast
C2GTalk: How can young people get involved in governing climate-altering approaches? with Marie-Claire Graf

Carnegie Council Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 37:17


Young people may not yet have a seat at the decision-making table, but they are influential stakeholders with the power to steer the direction of the climate discourse, said Marie-Claire Graf during a C2GTalk interview. As they work towards getting that seat, they are building capacity, learning and awareness on a range of issues, including the governance of climate-altering approaches. Marie-Claire Graf is one of the Global Focal Points of YOUNGO, the Children and Youth constituency to United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. She is a Swiss youth advocate for sustainable development and climate action, and the president of the Swiss Associations of Student Organizations for Sustainability, and vice president at Swiss Youth for Climate. Marie-Claire is a Climate Reality Leader, and co-founder of a crowdsourcing platform startup for aggregated science-based and citizen-science data called C'Square. This interview was recorded on 15 December 2020, and is also available with interpretation into 中文, Español and Français. For more, including an edited transcript, please go to C2G's website.

Talk Healthy Today
How to Fix the Root Cause of Your Health Issues Using a Whole Body Healing Approach with Author, Integrative Dietitian, & High Performance Coach Esther Blum,

Talk Healthy Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 41:00


Lisa is joined by Esther Blum is an Integrative Dietitian and High Performance Coach to talk about how to fix the root cause of your health issues using a whole body healing approach. Esther currently maintains a virtual practice where she helps people permanently lose weight, balance hormones, heal the gut, and reverse chronic health struggles. Esther believes that diet and supplements are the foundation to healing, but treating the whole person is paramount. Esther is the bestselling author of 4 books: Cavewomen Don't Get Fat, Eat, Drink and Be Gorgeous, Secrets of Gorgeous, and The Eat, Drink, and Be Gorgeous Project.  Widely respected as an industry expert, Esther was voted Best Nutritionist by Manhattan Magazine. She has appeared on Dr. Oz, the Today Show, A Healthy You with Carol Alt, the ISAAC show, ABC-TV, FOX- 5's Good Day NY, and Fox News Live. Esther is an in-demand authority frequently quoted in E!Online, In Touch, Time Magazine, The New York Post, The Los Angeles Times, In Style, Bazaar, Self, Fitness, Marie Claire, and Cosmo. Esther received a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Nutrition from Simmons College in Boston and is a graduate of New York University, where she received her Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition. Esther is credentialed as a registered dietitian, a certified dietitian-nutritionist and a Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS), the certification from the Board for Certification of Nutrition Specialists (BCNS). She is also a member of the American Dietetic Association, Dietitians in Functional Medicine, Nutritionists in Complementary Care, and the Connecticut Dietetic Association. Esther lives in CT with her family where she can be seen cooking up a storm, going for long hikes, and blasting 80's music by the fire pit. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Miracle Minded
Wealth is an Emotional Journey with Marie Claire Cates

Miracle Minded

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 25:33


Money Miracles:  Enroll Now Acne Expert Skincare: Shop Now   Hello Miracle Worker! Today I'm sharing a clip from my conversation with Marie Claire Cates from day 2 of the Miracle Minded Immersion Event. In this clip, you will hear Marie Claire talk about the journey to wealth and how she completely shifted her life. She dives deep into how wealth is an emotional journey and reminds us of the importance of saying yes to what your soul desires.  Blessings My Friends Money Miracles:  Enroll Now Manifest Your $10,000 Month workbook: Get Your Copy    Connect with Marie Claire Cates:  Instagram | Acne Expert Skincare   Manifest with Nichole:  Youtube  | Instagram | Tiktok

Harmonious Hustle|Redefining the Hustle For Soulful Entrepreneurs with Bestselling Author + Success Coach Nichole Sylvester

Money Miracles:  Enroll Now Acne Expert Skincare: Shop Now   Hello Miracle Worker! Today I'm sharing a clip from my conversation with Marie Claire Cates from day 2 of the Miracle Minded Immersion Event. In this clip, you will hear Marie Claire talk about the journey to wealth and how she completely shifted her life. She dives deep into how wealth is an emotional journey and reminds us of the importance of saying yes to what your soul desires.  Blessings My Friends Money Miracles:  Enroll Now Manifest Your $10,000 Month workbook: Get Your Copy    Connect with Marie Claire Cates:  Instagram | Acne Expert Skincare   Manifest with Nichole:  Youtube  | Instagram | Tiktok

Your Presidential Playlist
Bonus: Senator Gillibrand and Secretary Granholm

Your Presidential Playlist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 28:01


Join us for a special episode of “Your Political Playlist,” as host Emily Tisch Sussman sits down with both Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm. During her conversation with Senator Gillibrand for Parents Magazine's Moms Run the World series, Emily spoke with her about how the reconciliation bill was inspired by policies Gillibrand campaigned on in 2019. Secretary Granholm joined Emily on Marie Claire's Instagram to talk about how both the infrastructure bill and the reconciliation bill will impact families directly and the importance of the Democrats coming to a consensus and passing both. Your Political Playlist connects you with diverse and unfiltered conversations with inspiring women who are making waves in politics. Host Emily Tisch Sussman brings her decades of experience at the progressive forefront to her thoughtful conversations with women at the seat of power and activism. Emily talks about new policy ideas and what women want to see from the Biden-Harris administration and more. Building on the activism from previous seasons Emily continued to bring changemakers to the table to show listeners how they can have an impact in politics. Stay connected and be a part of the conversation by following us on Instagram @YourPoliticalPlaylist. Until next time!

Free Library Podcast
Christine Pride and Jo Piazza | We Are Not Like Them

Free Library Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 54:10


In conversation with Tamala Edwards, anchor, 6ABC Action News morning edition Publishing industry veteran Christine Pride has held a variety of editorial positions at Doubleday, Simon & Schuster, and Crown, among other publishing companies. In this capacity she has championed and edited a number of New York Times bestselling memoirs and inspirational stories. Also a freelance editorial consultant, teacher, and coach, Pride writes the ''Race Matters'' column for the popular blog Cup of Jo. A journalist, editor, and podcast host, Jo Piazza is also the author of seven novels, including Charlotte Walsh Likes to Win, If Nuns Ruled the World, and Fitness Junkie. Her other writing has been widely published in a variety of places, including The Wall Street Journal, Marie Claire, and Slate. She formerly served as a managing editor for Yahoo! Travel, the executive news director for the print and digital editions of In Touch Weekly, and the senior digital editor at Current TV. Pride and Piazza's collaborative novel tells the dual-perspective story of two lifelong friends, one Black and one white, whose bond is forever changed when the latter's police officer husband is involved in the shooting of an unarmed Black teenager. Books provided by Uncle Bobbie's Coffee and Books (recorded 10/4/2021)

Spirit of 608: Fashion, Entrepreneurship, Sustainability + Tech
How Serial Fashion Entrepreneur Sarah Shaw Launched 6 Businesses & Landed Her Products in Hollywood Films

Spirit of 608: Fashion, Entrepreneurship, Sustainability + Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 64:52


What happens when your product unexpectedly lands in the hands of a Hollywood costume pro who happens to be working on the sets of a film destined to become the next big thing. Ask this week's guest on the Spirit of 608 podcast, whose fashion business career spans decades and six different companies — some of which she ran at the same time. A multi-hyphenate creative and serial entrepreneur, Sarah Shaw lets us in on her journey from her early days in Los Angeles as an almost accidental handbag designer who went on to see her products in featured in major news outlets, in A-list films and in celebrity coverage of all kinds. Today a business coach who works with brands to help them reach new audiences and grow, Shaw is both inspiring and full of advice for entrepreneurs out there today navigating the fashion and accessories landscape. Featured in this episode: Sarah Shaw Instagram: @sarahshawconsulting Linkedin: Sarah Shaw Meet Sarah Shaw: Sarah is the Founder & CEO of Sarah Shaw Consulting, where she teaches product designers and fashion entrepreneurs how to launch, market and sell their products into boutiques, get media placements and gift celebrities. Sarah Shaw is a fashion entrepreneur, product designer and business coach. With her 20 years of experience - and 6 companies under her belt - Sarah has built a treasure trove of secrets for launching fashion lines, getting products into stores and boutiques, getting products to A-List celebrities, and getting massive publicity in order to grow her companies quickly. Sarah's products have been in over 1,200 stores and boutiques across the country, including Anthropologie, Nordstrom, Barney's, Henri Bendel, Fred Segal, Neiman Marcus, Saks 5th Avenue and Bloomingdales. She's also appeared in the pages of almost every major fashion and lifestyle magazine, including InStyle, People, US Weekly, Lucky, ELLE, WWD, Marie Claire and the O-List. She's been on TV shows like Access Hollywood, Extra and the E! network. Her handbags were in the movies Legally Blonde, America's Sweetheart and Ocean's 11. And she's been interviewed for Entrepreneur.com, Forbes.com, INC, and American Express' OPEN Forum. You can learn more about Sarah and her company at www.sarahshawconsulting.com

Secret Life
Amanda Montell - Groomed for Abuse: Love Bombing & Gaslighting

Secret Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 36:49


Love bombing is a common abuse tactic used by narcissists and sociopaths to manipulate situations to their advantage. It is the key gaslighting tactic in the Idealization phase of abuse, preceding the far more obvious Devaluation and Discarding stages. Amanda Montell innocently texted her friend's older brother in Hollywood while she was in high school. What followed was a calculated and abusive relationship. ______If you or anyone you know is struggling with addiction, depression, trauma, sexual abuse or feeling overwhelmed, we've compiled a list of resources at secretlifepodcast.com.______Amanda Montell is a writer, linguist, and author of the critically acclaimed books. Cultish: The Language of Fanaticism and Wordslut: A Feminist Guide to Taking Back the English Language. Her writing has appeared in publications like Marie Claire, Teen Vogue, Cosmopolitan, and others. She is also the creator and co-host of the podcast Sounds Like A Cult. Find her on Instagram @amanda_montell.________To find out more and register for SOBER VOICES: https://flow.sobervoices.co [use code SECRETLIFE20 for 20% off]____To find out more information about Brianne's book Secret Life of a Hollywood Sex & Love Addict, check out the website: https://secretlifenovel.com or At Amazon______HOW CAN I SUPPORT THE SHOW?Tell Your Friends & Share Online!Subscribe, Rate & Review: Apple PodcastsFollow & Listen  Spotify |  Stitcher | Google PodcastsSpread the word via social mediaInstagramTwitterFacebook#SecretLifePodcastDonateYou can also support the show with a one-time or monthly donation via PayPal (make payment to secretlifepodcast@icloud.com) or at our WEBSITE.Connect with Brianne Davis-Gantt (@thebriannedavis)Official WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitterConnect with Mark Gantt (@markgantt)Main WebsiteDirecting WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitter

Earn Your Happy
784. Heal Your Past and Build Your Future with Lacey Johnson's Radical Life Renovation

Earn Your Happy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 47:48


In This Episode You Will Learn About: Dealing with trauma Not letting trauma hold you back Getting tired of the life you have Lacey's Radical Life Renovation Choosing new beliefs Revising your truth   Resources: Learn more: laceyjohnson.com Instagram: @thelaceyjohnson LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/thelaceyjohnson Facebook: facebook.com/thelaceyjohnson Twitter: @thelaceyjohnson The Radical Life Renovation 484. Stop betraying yourself and people pleasing now - with Lacey Johnson Visit litepink.com and sign up for the email newsletter for exclusive guides with coupons to female-owned businesses Text “PODCAST” to 310-496-8363 to get your questions answered on our Q&A segment or get coached on the show!   Show Notes: Lacey Johnson is a magical wordsmith. Anytime she speaks it's like pure honey. She's been on the show before, but a LOT of life has happened since then. She's had to deal with some seriously traumatic events, and, thankfully, she's managed to turn those experiences into something positive. We catch up on where she's been, what she's doing now, and her upcoming book which is just going to be LOADED with deep truths.   Question Highlights: What's happened in your life since we last met up? How did you decide to reframe your trauma,and not let it hold you back? Can you tell us about your Radical Life Renovation? What's a tangible tool people can use to make a difference in their life? How do you create a new belief? What are some of the gifts that have come out of this experience?   Guest Bio: Lacey Johnson is a doting wife and mom, self-belief enthusiast, and multi-passionate, award-winning journalist who sparks conversations that unlock hearts, energize minds, and celebrate the human experience. Having worked with a fascinating range of famed entrepreneurs, spiritual thought leaders, and top mental health professionals (including Deepak Chopra, Daymond John, Gabby Bernstein, and Dr. Caroline Leaf), her words can be read in a collective of top magazines and media sources including Oprah.com, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, POPSUGAR, O, The Oprah Magazine, Woman's Day and more – many of which have been syndicated by Apple News, MSN, and Yahoo! millions of times. With a deep intrigue for human beings, and a fiery passion for smacking her readers in the face with comfort and truth, she calls upon her vault of compelling experiences such as a family-wide tragedy in early childhood, life-long grief, domestic violence in young adulthood, infertility, a collective of personal and professional heartbreaks, and a near-death experience a year ago. Her writing and bold reporting unlock possibility and invite epiphany. While in the process of finishing a massive book project about transforming pain and setbacks into providence and power, she recently released a digital workbook as a prelude, entitled The Radical Life Renovation: A Guided Program to Anchor Joy, Explode with Confidence and Redesign Your Future. It's garnering rave reviews, grateful shares, and tearful praise from readers.

Victim 2 Victor - Surviving Abuse and Overcoming Trauma
Human Intelligence & Behaviour Profiling - Spotting The Red Flags in a Potential Partner & The Importance Of Self Awareness When Dating

Victim 2 Victor - Surviving Abuse and Overcoming Trauma

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 65:10


Lily Walford is a relationship & dating expert and coach who is bringing in CIA level military intelligence in the industry! She discusses the importance of behaviour profiling, body language and psychology and how to identify and disarm narcissists.Your identity doesn't need to change but your mindset towards love does. The “old fashioned way” of dating is jumping with both feet in with a 'wait and see mindset. Lily's new "Human intelligence" way of dating allows us to read people at an insane level, so you can see the truth. The more you see the truth, the more trust is created. The more trust that's created then the more stability you will have within your relationship.Lily has been mentioned in the national and international press such as The Guardian, Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan. She has been trained as a behavioural profiler, NLP trainer, hypnotherapist, coach and public speaker. She has partnered up with Chase Hughes (A world Leader In behavioural Profiling) and her training is backed up by $30m of US government-funded research in behavioural profiling which gives you the tools to profile someone in terms of compatibility and connection (no more wasting time on dating the wrong one).Follow me on:- Website:   https://victim2victor.net/- FACEBOOK:   https://www.facebook.com/victim2victor- TWITTER:    https://twitter.com/V2V_healing- Victim 2 Victor Audio Book Audible: https://adbl.co/3akVNCu - Victim 2 Victor Book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/34MQQyu- Apple Podcast: https://apple.co/3wHvUof- Spotify: https://spoti.fi/36D

Pop Fashion
No One Here is Going to the Same Party

Pop Fashion

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 38:05


We're still talking about the Met Gala, Telfar is launching a TV channel, and Karl Lagerfeld's estate is being auctioned. You have a new option for getting your Manolos repaired, Kenzo named a new artistic director, and Marie Claire is ending its print run. Come hang out! www.popfashionpodcast.com