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America Meditating Radio Show w/ Sister Jenna
Tapping into Your Power Within with Natasha Graziano & Sister Jenna

America Meditating Radio Show w/ Sister Jenna

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 34:00


Natasha Graziano is passionate about helping people transform their lives through neuroscience and ancient wisdom combined. She is the ‘number 1 female motivational speaker under 40', as seen in Forbes Magazine and a top female mindset coach by Business Insider. With over 15 million followers on social media, it makes her one of the most influential thought leaders today. From a homeless, broke, single mother, Natasha transformed her life and is now a bestselling author and speaks on stages alongside many prominent motivational speakers. Natasha is the host of The Law of Attraction podcast which has had over 100 million views and is ranked in the 'Top 10 podcasts to download in 2021' by Influencive Magazine. She is the creator of the renowned Meditational Behavioural Synchronicity Method which comprises ancient breathing techniques and meditation in altered states of consciousness. Natasha has been seen in The New York Times, Wealth Insider, Marie Claire, Harpers Bazaar, on the BBC, Business Insider, Vogue, Forbes, & many more top tier publications. Her new book is titled, Be it Until You Become It: The Law of Attraction Explained Through Neuroscience & Ancient Wisdom. Check out Sister Jenna's new book, Meditation: Intimate Experiences with the Divine through Contemplative Practices. Listen to the Om Shanti album by Sister Jenna on Spotify. Visit www.americameditating.org and if you like this show, please subscribe and leave us a review wherever you get your podcasts, so other people can find us.    

Business-Podcast für Marken und ihre Macherinnen
Franziska Dittmann, Model & Gründerin: Wenn Du hinfällst, steh' auf und mach weiter.

Business-Podcast für Marken und ihre Macherinnen

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 37:36


Franziska Dittmann hat es als Model nach New York geschafft. In all den Jahren als Model hat sie viele Diäten gemacht und Sportarten ausprobiert, um den größtmöglichen Erfolg zu haben. Franziska ist nicht nur Shows in New York gelaufen, sondern hat für das Cover der Elle, und Editorials für Vogue, Elle, MarieClaire und Harper's Bazaar geshootet. Auf Basis ihrer Erfahrungen hat sie modelsize.me - Dein Plan für Deinen Modelbody gegründet.Während der Pandemie ist dann  aus einem Camping-Unfall noch ihr Modelabel übrigens.berlin entstanden.Wir sprechen über Franzi's Werdegang, über das Teilen von Wissen, Authentizität, Trial & Error, und vieles Spannende mehr.Es lohnt sich reinzuhören.Hier geht's zu den ShownotesWOMEN IN FASHION MENTORINGMöchtest auch Du mit Deinen vorhandenen Potenzialen, Fähigkeiten und Kenntnissen Deine unverwechselbare Marke im Fashion- und Lifestyle-Segment aufbauen? Ich helfe Dir gerne bei der Gründung Deiner eigenen Marke, und biete Dir meine Erfahrungen, meine Plattform, und den Zugang zu meinem exklusiven Netzwerk.TRIFF JETZT DEINE ENTSCHEIDUNG und vereinbare Dein kostenfreies Vorgespräch mit mir. Vielen Dank für Deine Treue!Herzlichst,Sibel Brozathttps://womeninfashion.de/www.linkedin.com/womeninfashion.dewww.instagram.com/womeninfashion.dewww.facebook.com/womeninfashion.deTelegram Gruppenchathttps://www.youtube.com/c/womeninfashiongermanyROGER&GALLET steht für Duft- und Pflegeprodukte, die für richtig gute Laune sorgen, und das schon seit 1862. Selbst Napoleon war damals ein großer Fan und zelebrierte seine Pflegeroutinen - sogar auf Reisen - mit eigens für ihn gefertigten Reise-Duft-Fläschchen. Finde Deinen persönlichen Liebling aus der bunten, frischen, fröhlichen Produkt-Welt von ROGER&GALLET in jeder gut sortierten Apotheke bei Dir um die Ecke.

Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience
Episode 122: The Great Muslim American Road Trip (And Everything That Came Before It) with Mona Haydar and Sebastian Robins

Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 99:39


Parvez and Omar are joined by Mona Haydar and Sebastian Robins to discuss their upcoming PBS Documentary, "The Great Muslim American Road Trip". About "The Great Muslim American Road Trip" Follow a millennial Muslim American couple on a cross-country journey along historic Route 66. As they meet new friends and explore more than a dozen stops, Mona and Sebastian weave a colorful story about what it means to be Muslim in America today. About Mona Haydar and Sebastian Robins Mona Haydar is a Syrian American Muslim born in Flint, Michigan. Her husband Sebastian Robins is an educator and convert to Islam. Both are passionate advocates for civil rights and inclusivity. In 2015, in the wake of extremist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, the couple gained international attention for their "Talk to a Muslim" project — an impromptu stand they set up in Cambridge, Massachusetts to "replace trauma with love" by offering coffee, free donuts and flowers in exchange for questions and dialogue. An English major and a poet, Mona Haydar holds an M.A. in Christian Ethics from the Union Theological Seminary in New York. In 2016 she turned her talents to rap music. When her debut song "Wrap my Hijab" went viral, Billboard Magazine placed it among "The 20 Best Protest Songs of 2017" and named it one of the "Top 25 Feminist Anthems." Sebastian Robins has served as both coordinator and CEO of the Lama Foundation. He has also worked as an elementary school teacher, vice principal, and assistant professor. As an advocate for sustainable agriculture, he has helped establish and maintain farms across the country. Sebastian is Mona Haydar's music manager. Together, the couple have been featured on NPR, CNN, CBS, BBC, The New York Times, The Washington Post, People Magazine, BuzzFeed, HuffPost, Mic, Marie Claire, Glamour, Refinery 29 and other publications. Their work was showcased in a 2017 episode of the Peabody and Emmy-nominated short documentary series "The Secret Life of Muslims".    

She Pivots
Teacher to Jewelry Icon: Joan Boyce

She Pivots

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 38:32


Joan Boyce has been an icon in the jewelry business for over 50 years. But before her huge success as a jewelry designer and home network star she was a teacher at schools in Brooklyn and inner-city Manhattan. Then just months after giving birth to her first child, she decided to open a jewelry counter. After facing discrimination finding housing because of her interracial marriage, she keep pushing forward, determined to find success. For over a decade she balanced being a teacher, mother, and business owner until she decided to take the leap. At 68, and after finding success among her high-end jewelry clients, Joan joined the home network TV family converting her iconic jewelry designs into affordable costume jewelry to sell on HSN. Now 80, is continuing to find success in her Pivot, appearing on JTV and continuing to spread her infectious personality at her store in Westhampton New York. Today we learn how her decision to design and sell her own jewelry changed her life and brought her success.Be sure to subscribe, leave us a rating and share with your friends if you liked this episode! She Pivots was created in partnership with Marie Claire to highlight women, their stories, and how their pivot became their success. To learn more about Robin, follow us on Instagram @ShePivotsThePodcast or visit marieclaire.com/shepivots.She Pivots Links: Instagram: www.instagram.com/shepivotsthepodcast/Twitter: twitter.com/shepivotsthepodWhere to find Michelle:TIKTOK | @michellewparkINSTAGRAM | @michellewparkFACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/michellewparkTWITTER | @michellewpark

Obsessed With The Best w/ Alex & Tina
Ep.419 Fashion Icon, Travel Blogger, & Co-Founder Of Into The Night Esther Kim On Staying Spontaneous, Traveling The World, & Working Hard To Play Hard

Obsessed With The Best w/ Alex & Tina

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 50:44


On this episode, we sit down with Esther Kim, the co-founder of the clothing brand Into The Night which has been featured in Marie Claire, Vanity Fair, Nylon, and Who What Wear, to name a few! Esther shares with us the inspiration and mission behind her clothing line, a behind-the-scenes look into her design process, the strangest beverage she's ever sipped abroad, and her best tips for staying spontaneous AND intentional while running a business and being a new mom! Connect With Esther - @eskimoves Into the Night - @shop_intothenight Follow us on - Instagram: @obsessedwiththebestpod YouTube: Obsessed With The Best Patreon: Obsessed With The Best TikTok: @obsessedwiththebestpod This Podcast Is Sponsored By Better Help For 10% off your first month of virtual therapy tap the link below or enter code: OBSESSED at checkout! https://betterhelp.com/obsessed This Podcast Is Sponsored By Ombre Labs For $30 off your at home gut health test tap the link below or enter code: OBSESSED at checkout! https://tryombre.com/obsessed Shop our Favorite Brands! Beauty Counter To shop clean beauty with Obsessed With The Best, just tap our link below and enter code: CLEANFORALL20 at checkout for 20% off your order! https://beautycounter.com/obsessed Plant People: Use code OBSESSED for 15% off your first Plant People order at www.plantpeople.co/OBSESSED Get your Obsessed With The Best Merch! https://obsessed-with-the-best.creator-spring.com/ Feel free to email us any time at obsessedwiththebestpod@gmail.com with questions, comments, and product or guest suggestions! Support us by supporting our host network, DimlyWit Productions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thinking Inside the Box
Farzana Nayani: Knowing Yourself is Being Yourself

Thinking Inside the Box

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 41:29


In today's episode, I chat with Farzana Nayani (she/hers) a recognized Diversity, Equity & Inclusion specialist, business & strategy coach and international keynote speaker. Farzana has worked with Fortune 500 corporations, public agencies, higher education institutions, school districts, and non-profit organizations as a consultant and trainer on diversity and inclusion, intercultural communication, supplier diversity, and employee engagement. Her advisory work with Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), entrepreneurship, and racial equity & inclusion has taken her to engagements across North America, from the White House to Silicon Valley. Farzana's expertise has been featured in media outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, DiversityInc, Parents magazine, NPR, the Washington Post, Marie Claire, and the LA Times. Her book Raising Multiracial Children: Tools for Nurturing Identity in a Racialized World was released in 2020, and her highly anticipated book The Power of Employee Resource Groups: How People Create Authentic Change was recently released in June 2022. It was a good jumping-off point for our discussion. What is the purpose of Employee Resource Groups? Where do they go wrong? And how can organizations harness them to realize more engaging, committed workforces?It was such a pleasure reconnecting with Farzana. We had a lot of fun. And I hope you enjoy it. Farzana NayaniFarzana Nayani (she/hers) is a recognized Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion specialist, business and strategy coach, and international keynote speaker. She has worked with Fortune 500 corporations, public agencies, higher education institutions, school districts, and non-profit organizations as a consultant and trainer on diversity and inclusion, intercultural communication, supplier diversity, and employee engagement. Farzana's advisory work with Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), small business advocacy, and entrepreneurship, and racial equity & inclusion has taken her to engagements across North America, from the White House to Silicon Valley. Her book Raising Multiracial Children: Tools for Nurturing Identity in a Racialized World was released in 2020, and her highly anticipated book The Power of Employee Resource Groups: How People Create Authentic Change was recently released in June 2022. LinkedInWebsiteThinking Inside the BoxConstraints drive innovation. We tackle the most complex issues related to work & culture. And if you enjoy the work we're doing here, consider giving us a 5-star rating, leaving a comment & subscribing. It ensures you get updated whenever we release new content & really helps amplify our message. LinkedInInstagramTwitterWebsiteApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsSpotifyStitcherPocket CastMatt BurnsMatt Burns is an award-winning executive, social entrepreneur and speaker. He believes in the power of community, simplicity & technology.LinkedInTwitter

FemCity Business for Your Soul Podcast
Jessica Goldman Srebnick // CEO of Goldman Global Arts

FemCity Business for Your Soul Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 33:59


On the latest episode of the FemCity Podcast, Violette de Ayala is joined by Jessica Goldman Srebnick, CEO of Goldman Global Arts where they dive into lessons she's learned from her late father and her fresh approach to the market. Don't miss this episode! About Our Guest // Following in her father's footsteps, Jessica Goldman Srebnick and Goldman Global Arts are continuing to brighten up the world by spearheading world-renowned art projects in collaboration with the NFL, When We All Vote and neighborhoods including Wynwood, Houston Bowery Wall in New York and has most recently taken over Deep Ellum through several projects.Learn more at https://goldmanglobalarts.com  About FemCity //  FemCity offers a Free 30-Day Trial Membership and Memberships start at only $15.99. You can also learn more about launching a FemCity Chapter in your community. FemCity has been seen in Gilt, Vogue, AP News, Entrepreneur, Forbes, and MarieClaire. Learn why FemCity is more than just a women's networking group at www.femcity.com and on all social platforms @FemCity.

Man müsste mal...
Waltraud Kaz-Müller und Marie-Claire Heuer - Bahnhofsmission Schwerin

Man müsste mal...

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 32:39


Man müsste mal … in die Schweriner Bahnhofsmission kommen und sich die Arbeit dort ansehen. Die Schweriner Bahnhofsmission ist die Einzige in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Waltraud Kaz-Müller und Marie-Claire Heuer engagieren sich ehrenamtlich und hauptamtlich regelmäßig dort. Marie-Claire Heuer ist die „Chefin“. Sie ist Mitarbeiterin des Trägers der Schweriner Bahnhofsmission, der Sozial-Diakonische Arbeit – Evangelische Jugend. Sie koordiniert die Einsätze der Ehrenamtlichen. Und dieser Job macht ihr sichtlich und hörbar viel Freude. Waltraud Kaz-Müller ist seit 2019 dabei. Sie ist im Ruhestand. Während einer sehr schwiegen Phase in ihrem Leben erhält Kaz-Müller viel Zuwendung und Unterstützung. Gerne wollte sie später etwas davon zurückgeben. Die meisten der Helferinnen und Helfer sind so wie Kaz-Müller nicht mehr fest im Arbeitsleben. „Wir freuen uns, wenn Neue dazu kommen. Wer noch nicht weiß, ob diese Aufgabe zu einem passt, kann gerne einmal für ein, zwei Tage bei uns reinschnuppern“. Was sie bei ihrer Arbeit erleben und wie es am Rande des Bahnsteigs läuft, erzählen Waltraud Kaz-Müller und Marie-Claire Heuer im Podcast „Man müsste mal …“ Diese Folge haben wir am 11. März 2022 aufgenommen. (Bitte entschuldigt, dass ein Zeitbezug im Mai vorkommt.)

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

Powerful Stories with Tory Archbold

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 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.

The Ghee Spot: Sex, Spirit & Self-Care
Ep. 130 Can Dating NOT Suck These Days?

The Ghee Spot: Sex, Spirit & Self-Care

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 70:35


In this episode, Katie dished with spirit-infused dating expert Lisa Holden, who is here to make dating fun! When she's not writing up her dating experiences for outlets like Popsugar and Marie Claire, she offers 1:1 dating hype sessions to light up your single life and help everyone make the most of their dating adventures.    In this episode you'll hear:  ~ All about Lisa's fascinating background growing up in a spiritual community and how it informed her current life's work ~ The current state and culture of dating and how dating has been reinvented in the digital age ~ Dating is supposed to be fun! And ways to make it more fun ~ Energy work during dates as a way to more deeply get to know inner self and states that you hold ~ How coming to dates as your authentic self can attract people and creates a deep love within ~ Vulnerability and how it is earned, not a right ~ Lisa's ultimate dating tip when you don't have a lot of dating prospects ~ How our limiting beliefs when it comes to dating can hold you back from meeting someone amazing ~ Something every person should do before going on a date that may surprise you.. ~ Ancient Tantric wisdom on how we hold sexual energy in our organs ~ Tips for gracefully exiting a bad date ~  Follow @lisaaholden across all social channels and learn more at www.lisaaholden.com  ~ Level 1 Ayurveda School is currently at the lowest price it will be! Use discount code HotGirlSummer for $100 off any of the payment options at registration Get the full show notes: www.TheShaktiSchool.com/podcast/ Learn more:   Want to connect? Shoot us a note to info@theshaktischool.com Ayurveda Certification The Shakti School Subscription   HELP US SPREAD OUR POD WINGS   This show is a passion project that I produce for the love of sharing. If you enjoy this show and want a free and easy way to help it grow, the most effective way you can help is to:   Subscribe to the show by clicking “subscribe” in iTunes Write us a review in iTunes Share this show with one friend right now!   It seems simple, but you'd be AMAZED to know how much it helps my little love project reach more people. iTunes' algorithm uses ratings and reviews to know who to show our show to in their app.   Here's the link to leave us reviews in iTunes.    From my heart to your screen, Katie

Movement Makers Podcast with Nikki Groom
57. Rebranding Disability With Tiffany Yu

Movement Makers Podcast with Nikki Groom

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 36:30


In this episode of the podcast, Tiffany Yu joins me for a conversation about disability advocacy, economic justice, and collective liberation. She talks openly about how she came to own her personal disability story, and highlights how we can embrace adversity in even the most difficult of circumstances. Tiffany has been named one of the "100 most influential Asian Americans of 2017," one of "100 visionary leaders," and a "women of influence" honoree. She has been featured in Marie Claire, Forbes, the Guardian, the Ford Foundation, and The Wall Street Journal, and has spoken at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, TEDx, and Harvard.  Tiffany is an incredible spokesperson for inclusion and allyship, and developing pride around disability. In this episode, she shares how her obstacles are the greatest things that have ever happened to her, and how everyone can be an ally for disability justice. 

Eat. Play. Sex.
122: Identity Alchemy with Nick Onken

Eat. Play. Sex.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 40:38


How do you self-identify? Do you feel in alignment with your identity? Or are you sensing the subtle dissonance? Nick Onken, identity wizard, world-renowned photographer, and creative alchemist joins me on this episode of Sex Love Psychedelics to talk about re-inventing ourselves and alchemizing old wounds can allow us to live our most authentic expression. In this episode, you'll hear: Nick's journey with self-identity and re-inventing the self The complexity of tying your self-worth to your identity Identity alchemy - Deconstruction, Creation, and Becoming How important is it for us to have a personal “brand” Cultural identity "trends" of pronouns, polyamory, etc How plant medicine can support the identity alchemy process Shining a light on shadow work Self-actualization and owning your power Nick's recommended reading for beginning your Identity Alchemy process THE SKINNY ON OUR SEXY GUESTS Nick Onken is a world renowned photographer, host of Onken Radio podcast and creative alchemist devoted to inspiring the world to create their moments. Nick has photographed personalities such as Justin Bieber, Tom Hanks, and Jessica Alba. He's been featured in Fast Company, Huffington Post, and MTV. Nick has traveled to over 60 countries and 7 continents and is the author of the travel photography book, PhotoTrekking. He has photographed global campaigns for international brands such as Nike, Coca Cola and Adidas and his work has been published in magazines such as Conde Nast Traveler, Cosmopolitan, and Marie Claire. On his podcast, he's interviewed celebrities such as Usher, Scooter Braun, Donna Karan and many others. He is the founder of the lifestyle brand, NIONlife and has been a featured speaker for Adobe on activating creativity. He also photographs for the charity, Pencils of Promise as he believes that education is the root problem solver of our world. As a creative alchemist, Nick has brought the various creative passions together from making inspiring hats, leading plant medicine + identity alchemy retreats, to photography, (and more) as catalysts for people to come into their fullest authentic self. You can find out more about Nick and all the myriad of ways he works at onken.co Want more? Start your journey to coming back home to your body + developing a sensual relationship. Grab my FREE Sensual Sundays Guide full of all my favorite products + Sunday ritual to reconnect with your pleasure once again. https://sexloveyoga.mykajabi.com/sensual-sundays If you're desiring a deeper dive into the lifestyle of sensual pleasure, come join me for a 14 day initiation into Sensual Awakening. Learn the foundations of activating your pleasure senses, creating luxury without expense, + cultivating a lovership with your body, again. https://sexloveyoga.mykajabi.com/sensual-awakening --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eatplaysex/message

She Pivots
The New Frontier of TikTok: Michelle Park

She Pivots

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 30:18


Michelle Park started her career in television thinking she would never be in front of the camera. Now after an Emmy and a few hundred thousand TikTok followers Michelle can't seem to escape it. On this episode, Emily sits down with Michelle to learn about her careful contemplation of her pivot and how she is balancing her career in TV with her new found fame on TikTok. Be sure to subscribe, leave us a rating and share with your friends if you liked this episode! She Pivots was created in partnership with Marie Claire to highlight women, their stories, and how their pivot became their success. To learn more about Robin, follow us on Instagram @ShePivotsThePodcast or visit marieclaire.com/shepivots.She Pivots Links: Instagram: www.instagram.com/shepivotsthepodcast/Twitter: twitter.com/shepivotsthepod Where to find Michelle:TIKTOK | @michellewparkINSTAGRAM | @michellewparkFACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/michellewparkTWITTER | @michellewpark

The Courageously.u Podcast
107. Erin Khar: A Fifteen Year Battle With Opiate Addiction

The Courageously.u Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 57:57


Erin Khar is an author and advocate known for her writing on addiction, recovery, mental health, parenting, and relationships. She knows first-hand the challenges of addiction recovery. At just 13, Erin began a 15-year struggle with heroin addiction.  Her debut memoir, Strung Out, appeared on most anticipated lists from Apple Books, Goodreads, SELF, The Rumpus, and others. She also writes the popular weekly advice column, Ask Erin, and her personal essays have appeared in SELF, Marie Claire, Salon, The Times of London Sunday Magazine, HuffPost, Esquire, Cosmopolitan, and others. Erin has also established herself as a respected voice in the national conversation about the overdose epidemic.  We talk about... How Erin used substances to self-regulate The role shame played in Erin's drug use What it feels like to be high What made the biggest difference for Erin when she stopped using drugs How self-hatred gave Erin the illusion of control Why Erin thinks it's so hard for people to stop using drugs The problem with how we are handling the opioid crisis What Erin feels every parent should do with their teenager Why criminalizing drugs costs more in the long run   Episode goodies...  Save 10% off your order of Kion coffee when you use code COURAGE at checkout.   Like the show? Please leave me a review here. Even just one sentence helps! Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram and tag me at courageously.u so I can send you a virtual hug.    TODAY'S SHOW NOTES: https://courageouslyu.com/erin-khar/   HANGOUT WITH ME ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/courageously.u/  

The Wellness Edit
The thing that makes you different makes you special, with Anita Bhagwandas

The Wellness Edit

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 53:32


Award-winning beauty journalist, broadcaster and diversity advocate Anita Bhagwandas has over 10 years' experience working for the UK's top women's magazines, including Glamour, Stylist and Marie Claire. A figurehead for speaking out about inclusivity, diversity and racism in the beauty industry, she's also known for starting the first plus size column in a luxury women's title. With her debut book ‘Ugly' out in February 2023, Anita talks to Gemma about how beauty standards have evolved over the ages, and how they impact our lives and define our identity. Their insightful chat covers not fitting in as a child in the 1980s, colourism, colonialism, living with ADHD, and the landmark moment of seeing an Asian person as a main character and love interest in Bridgerton season 2. She also shares advice on curating your social media feed to change your perspective, using beauty products as self care not concealment, and time management and self care when you have ADHD. This refreshingly positive podcast will inspire you to embrace your authentic self and celebrate your uniqueness. Resources The Wellness Edit/ Holland & Barrett Follow us here https://www.instagram.com/hollandandbarrett/?hl=en https://www.hollandandbarrett.com/the-health-hub/podcast/ Dr Gemma Newman https://www.instagram.com/plantpowerdoctor/?hl=en https://gemmanewman.com/ @itsmeanitab Book - Author of Ugly to be published in February 2023 https://linktr.ee/itsmeanitab https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ugly-Anita-Bhagwandas/dp/1788704754/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1615213587&sr=8-1 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Roman Prokopchuk's Digital Savage Experience
Ep #306 Becoming A Beauty Entrepreneur Interview With Ginger King CEO at Grace Kingdom Beauty

Roman Prokopchuk's Digital Savage Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 16:07


I got to interview Ginger King. Ginger is the founder & CEO at Grace Kingdom Beauty a cosmetic product development firm in New Jersey specializing in helping you to create your beauty brand from concept to launch. She has been the keynote speaker for brand launches and has spoken at various trade conference on product development and In-Cosmetics on product innovation. Ginger is an often-quoted beauty expert and has been on radio and video chat with leading beauty magazines. Ginger has published an e-book in 2016 on How To Start Your Own Cosmetic Line. Ginger has been quoted by over 30 top beauty magazines such as Allure, Self, Marie Claire, Harpers Bazaar, Shape, Teen Vogue and Women's Health. Ginger has served as Allure's Beauty Judge for Breakthrough Products 2017, Yahoo's Diversity In Beauty Award 2018, Beauty Packaging Award Judge 2019 and New Beauty Magazine Brain Trust 2020. Ginger's latest venture is FanLoveBeauty a clean vegan beauty brand inspired by her mentor Daymond John of Shark Tank to take care of entrepreneur's appearance so they can keep crushing on their goals. We spoke about: Her journey to now. What motivates her. Weaknesses she turned into strengths. Advice for the audience. And much more. This episode is sponsored by Nova Zora Digital experts in digital marketing. *Disclaimer: The views and opinions on Roman Prokopchuk's Digital Savage Experience are those of the guest's alone as their own, and the host's alone as his own. Information provided by the guest is fact checked to the best of our abilities. By providing background information to the show, the guest acknowledges that it is as accurate as possible. The show does not endorse, promote, or is in association with the guest's business interests.* --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Winging It Travel Podcast
Episode 70 - Travelling With Kate Wills - A Trip Of One's Own - Hope, Heartbreak, And Why Traveling Solo Could Change Your Life

Winging It Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 109:25


Welcome to number 70 and this week I am joined by Kate Wills. Kate is an established travel journalist who has just released a book called A Trip Of One's Own. We talk about the amazing women in history who have travelled and inspired people to do the same, today. We also talk about their struggles, their scheming ways to explore, their experiences and their impact on female travel today. In this book, Kate also helps us understand her own story whilst in every chapter, giving out awesome travel advice. Of course, we also delve into Kate's personal travel and we have some funny stories to share. Kate writes for Fabulous Magazine on a Sunday about an array of subjects and travels extensively for her travel journalism. Check out the links below to read more and also enjoy this episode! I loved meeting Kate and speaking to her about a combined genuine interest which of course, is travel. Kate WillsKate Wills is a journalist, author and broadcaster. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, The Evening Standard, The Times, Vogue, ELLE, The Telegraph, Stylist, Grazia, Marie Claire and SUITCASE among others. She has a weekly column in Fabulous in The Sun on Sunday. She is the host of the podcast Ticket For One. Her first book A Trip Of One's Own was published in April 2021.Website - https://kate-wills.comA Trip Of One's Own - https://www.amazon.com/Trip-Ones-Own-Heartbreak-Traveling-ebook/dp/B09M7V69Q9/ref=sr_1_7?crid=2LYWUX4M2FQJG&keywords=kate+wills&qid=1647442057&sprefix=kate+wils%2Caps%2C160&sr=8-7Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/katewillswrites/Patreon - www.patreon.comMy Patreon Page - https://www.patreon.com/wingingittravelpodcastWhat is on offer?1. One bonus episode every month2. Ad-free content3. Early access to episodes (24 hours)4. Exclusive added feature on every episode5. Patron shout-out6. Ad hoc bonus episodes7. OFFER - Sign up in June to receive a Winging It Travel Podcast Sticker/sPrice£4/$7.50 (CAD)/$6 USD per monthWinging It Travel PodcastMERCHANDISE STORE - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/winging-it-travel-podcast?ref_id=25823Contact me - jameshammondtravel@gmail.com or message on my social media on the links below.JOIN MY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER - https://jameshammond.org/newsletter-2/Follow me on:YouTube - Winging It Travel Podcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC173L0udkGL15RSkO3vIx5AInstagram - wingingittravelpodcast - https://www.instagram.com/wingingittravelpodcast/ jameshammondtravel - https://www.instagram.com/jameshammondtravel/TikTok - wingingittravelpodcast - https://www.tiktok.com/@wingingittravelpodcastFacebook - Winging It Travel Podcast - https://www.facebook.com/jameshammondtravelTwitter - https://twitter.com/PodcastWingingReview - please head to Podchaser and leave a review for this podcast - https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/winging-it-travel-podcast-1592244 or alternately you can leave a review and rating wherever you get your podcasts! Support the podcast - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/wingingitEtsy StoreBuy my Digital Travel Planner - https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/1220056512/digital-travel-planner?click_key=c580edd56767d7b03612dfae3b122f32e15fe1ec%3A1220056512&click_sum=80ff0159&ref=shop_home_recs_2Stickers - https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/1216492546/winging-it-travel-podcast-stickers?click_key=ed1139c660585f268a8192aa8c136a5915118968%3A1216492546&click_sum=b8a8a048&ref=shop_home_recs_1&frs=1 Thanks for your support, James!

TakeThePowerBack
Speak Up - TTPB with Nninja Singh

TakeThePowerBack

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 32:43


Nninja Singh is an Indian model and the founder of Ninjas Model Management ,India. She won Ford SuperModel India in 2010 and moved to New York. She appeared on many magazine covers like Elle, Marie Claire, Vogue to name a few. She represent face & diversity in many campaign and appeared in L'Oréal true beauty ads. Her experience of being a fashion model as well as voice for women within fashion world and society has truly made her exceptional role model for younger generations. She is founder of Nninjas Model agency where everyday face became face of fashion world. While changing the industry norm of being model, she is pursuing her Law degree. Her wisdoms and knowledge about her career pays pivot role for every young women & men who desired to be next face from India & of India. Her agency plays true meaning of equality & mission to pay back to the society by scouting her true talent had shaken up modeling agency within India. Now, Nninjas Models are ruling the modeling world by creating a platform of fashion where all different parts of the world can come together under one culture which is living life with a purpose. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Get Lit With Lianna: The Podcast
Get Lit with Hannah Orenstein, author of "Meant To Be Mine"

Get Lit With Lianna: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 34:25


In this episode, I am joined by romance author and Deputy Editor of Dating at Elite Daily, Hannah Orenstein, whose latest romcom "Meant To Be Mine" is out now!Hannah is the author of "Head Over Heels", "Love at First Like" and "Playing With Matches" - with her books having been featured in several magazines including The Oprah Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Washington Post, Marie Claire, Refinery29, Buzzfeed and more!   This was such a special book and unlike anything else I've read. It's such a unique story and a complete love letter to Jewish cuisine and NYC. I had the best time chatting with Hannah about how she got started as an author, her favourite Jewish foods and restaurants, her take on fate vs. free will (a major theme in her book!), and so much more! ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡About Get Lit With Lianna: The PodcastJoin Instagram book content creator @getlitwithlianna as she sits down with a different guest author to chat about their books, writing career, and everything in between! Of course each conversation will have a very *LC* touch - aka crying over book boyfriends, marvelling over swoony moments, and obviously a ton of pop culture references!⁣Follow me!Instagram: www.instagram.com/getlitwithliannaGoodreads: www.goodreads.com/getlitwithliannaEmail me: liannareadsbooks@gmail.com

She Pivots
From Burnout to Beauty Empire: Tai Beauchamp

She Pivots

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 37:46


At 25-years-old, Tai Beauchamp left behind her career in fashion publishing to pursue doing what she loved: impacting and elevating women. Her philosophy of “do good and do well” led her to lean into her spiritual side and identify when she felt her best and her worst. Today, Emily talks with Tai about burnout, listening to yourself, setting boundaries, and creating healthy spaces for people in your community. How did Tai make this change and go from being the first black female beauty editor at Seventeen to running Tai Life Media and Brown Girl Jane twenty years later?Be sure to subscribe, leave us a rating and share with your friends if you liked this episode! She Pivots was created in partnership with Marie Claire to highlight women, their stories, and how their pivot became their success. To learn more about Robin, follow us on Instagram @ShePivotsThePodcast or visit marieclaire.com/shepivots.LINKS: Instagram: www.instagram.com/shepivotsthepodcast/Twitter: twitter.com/shepivotsthepodWebsite: www.shepivotsthepodcast.com/

Pop Fiction Women
Carola Lovering & 'Can't Look Away': Complicated Conversations Series

Pop Fiction Women

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 55:13


On this episode of Complicated Conversations we are thrilled to chat with Carola Lovering, bestselling author of the novels Tell Me Lies and Too Good to Be True, about her new novel, Can't Look Away, a story of young love, second chances, and the choices we make. ** After Carola gives us the overview of her romantic suspense novel, we discuss her protagonist Molly who is caught between two phases of her life.  Carola shares the personal inspiration for this character and the challenges she faced writing her in the third person. (06:15)  ** There's another complicated woman in this book, the darker voice of Sabrina, Molly's new friend. Listen to hear what Joe Goldberg from You has to do with this creepy character! (10:36) ** Can't Look Away explores some of Kate's favorite things – the theme of the one that got away and dreamy singer-songwriters! (13:33)  ** The novel also explores one of Carinn's favorite themes – the complicated nature of mother-daughter relationships. (19:58) ** We discuss an article Carola wrote for Marie Claire in which she shares what she has learned (the hard way) about ambition and juggling the demands of writing and being a mother. We get personal and discuss our struggles with learning to say no, prioritizing and delegating. (26:05) ** Carola shares how writing and revising while pregnant or parenting small children has evolved and changed from her single writer days, but how the themes in her writing have stayed the same.  (33:18) ** We get the scoop on her adaptation of Tell Me Lies. (39:47) ** We talk astrology and Carola shares that she fully identifies as a Cancer. (44:44) ** Carola tells us what she's loving and - shocker - we have the same taste. (50:15)

Sexology
EP286 - Is Swinging Right for Your Relationship? with Gigi Engle

Sexology

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 37:48


Welcome to episode 286 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Gigi Engle to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss swinging, the way in which the media portrays swinging versus the reality and the importance of consent when exploring swinging.    Gigi Engle, ACS, CSE, CSC, is an award-winning feminist author, certified sex  educator, and psychotherapist in training.     As a sex expert with ethical non-monogamy app, 3Fun, she promotes and teaches pleasure-based sex education, GSRD relationships, and safer sex practices.     Gigi's work regularly appears in many publications including Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Elle Magazine, Teen Vogue, Glamour, and Women's Health. Her articles have been shared over 150 million times.     In 2019, Gigi was named Journalist of The Year at the Sexual Freedom Awards.     She is originally from Chicago and currently lives in London, UK.       In this episode, you will hear:     What is swinging?  Looking at how people discover they're swingers  The way in which the media portrays swinging versus the reality  Why you shouldn't open your relationship to save your relationship  The difference between swinging and polyamory   How we receive a lot of sex negative messaging throughout our lives  Where can people go to explore swinging?  Looking at the dynamics of who initiates swinging   The importance of consent when exploring swinging   How single women tend to be better welcomed than single men     Thank you to our Sponsor: Cozy Earth! Use code ‘Sexology' for 40% off.  https://cozyearth.com/discount/SEXOLOGY   Find Gigi Engle Online  https://www.missgigiengle.com     Sex Quiz for Women  https://oasis2care.com/sexquiz     Instagram  https://www.instagram.com/sexologypodcast     Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey - http://petebailey.net/audio  

The SSR Podcast
Episode 198: P.S. Longer Letter Later

The SSR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 69:04


Episode 198 is more than a decade in the making! Alli and guest Colleen McKeegan went to high school (and were cheerleaders!) together and have been planning for Colleen's appearance on the pod since the day they started talking about becoming novelists at happy hour in midtown Manhattan. In this conversation about P.S. Longer Letter Later, it finally happens! This epistolary novel was published in 1998 and is a collaboration between two legends: Ann M. Martin and Paula Danziger. Tune in for discussions about the unique nature of a pen pal relationship, chosen family, a subversion of common ‘90s depictions of what's “normal,” and models for healthy conflict. Alli and Colleen also share memories from high school and discuss which of P.S. Longer Letter Later's narrators they relate to and why.Colleen McKeegan is a writer and editor who's held roles at Marie Claire (where her work was nominated for a National Magazine Award), Bloomberg, and Fortune among others. The Wild One is her debut novel. Follow her on Instagram (@clmckeegan) and Twitter (@cmleahey).

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary
Jessica Firger and That Time I Was on the Cover of Newsweek

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 34:02


Remember that time I was on the cover of Newsweek? Great. If not, well, you do. Several people were responsible for taking the risk of bringing the young adult cancer movement's cause to the national spotlight, and Jessica Firger sits on that "Mount Rushmore." At the time, Jess was a senior health writer at Newsweek, but this award-winning health journalist has a storied career, having held posts at CBS News, CNN, Everyday Health, and others. On today's show, Jess joins me live in-studio for a genuine conversation about our current state of healthcare journalism, her perspective on society living with COVID-19, and the enormous burden patient advocates have laid in front of them to make healthcare suck less. Jess' writing has been featured in numerous national media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, newyorker.com, Elemental, TIME, New York Times, Marie Claire, Elle and Salon, and others. And she made appearances as an expert on MSNBC, BBC News, Fox & Friends, and NPR. In her time, she's covered a significant range of topics: The heavy burden of infectious diseases on public health; research that's altering how we understand and treat chronic medical conditions; the innovations that prove the future of medicine is happening right now; the social determinants of health; and the science behind wellness. Follow Jess on Twitter @JessFirger and enjoy the show.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Entreprenista
Overhauling the Venture Capital Landscape with Jesse Draper of Halogen Ventures

Entreprenista

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 52:58


Jesse Draper is the Founding Partner of Halogen Ventures, an early-stage venture capital fund focused on women-founded consumer technologies. A 4th generation venture capitalist, Jesse is an advocate for investing in innovation that solves some of the biggest issues facing women and families today. A leading voice of women in technology, Jesse was listed by Marie Claire magazine as one of the 50 Most Connected Women in America and was nominated by the NRF as a DealMakeHer. In addition to their work at Halogen Ventures, Jesse and her team created the Halogen Fellowship in Venture Capital to increase diversity and inclusion in the industry. Jesse joins us today to discuss her experiences with simultaneously navigating an acting career and a budding interest in the tech industry. She describes the thought process and lessons she learned from building The Valley Girl Show. She reveals the best way to get the attention of a VC. Jesse also highlights the flaws of traditional funding and capital access and underscores the role of women- and minority-led funds in changing the system. “Access to capital is an old, broken part of the system that started in slave-holding days and it's a real problem. Women and minority-led funds are going to change it.” - Jesse Draper If you're looking to take your business to the next level, join the Entreprenista League today at entreprenista.com/join. We can't wait to welcome you, support you, and be part of your business journey! This week's takeaways from Entreprenista: Growing up in a family of entrepreneursJesse's experience working in the entertainment industry and her journey to starting a venture capital fundCreating The Valley Girl Show and the challenges Jesse faced in the mediaEfficiently qualifying an investor for your fundHow much capital Jesse was able to raise for her first fundHow she decides which companies to invest inHow her thought process as an angel investor changed over timeWhy women need to start funds and help other women entrepreneursThe best ways to reach out to angel investors and venture capitalistsInfluencer marketing and finding creative ways to help women get fundingJesse's tips for time management and balancing business and family Resources Mentioned: IFundWomenAffinity CRM Our Favorite Quotes: “You want to ensure that any fund manager you're talking to thinks 20 years into the future.” - Jesse Draper“As an investor, I love it when entrepreneurs are ruthless and won't give up when trying to find me.” - Jesse Draper“Don't take an investment check from anyone until you have a plan on how to make it back.” - Jesse Draper Connect with Jesse Draper: HalogenHalogen on LinkedInHalogen on InstagramHalogen on FacebookHalogen on TwitterJesse Draper on LinkedInJesse Draper on InstagramJesse Draper on TwitterJesse Draper on YouTube If you're looking to take your business to the next level: Join our Entreprenista League community of women founders! You'll have access to a private community of like-minded Entreprenistas who are making an impact in business every day, special discounts on business products and solutions, exclusive content, private events, and the opportunity to have your story featured on our website and social channels, and MORE! Whether you're looking to scale your existing business and want to make the right connections, or you're thinking about finally taking the leap to launch your business, we're here to give you access to a community of women who will celebrate your every step, and with whom you can share the candid reality of building a business from scratch. Join the Entreprenista League today at entreprenista.com/join. We can't wait to welcome you, support you, and be part of your business journey! Improve Your Customer Support with TextExpander Every minute counts when running a business. That's why we are so excited to introduce you to an amazing, time-saving customer support solution - TextExpander!

Business of the Beat Podcast
From DIYing to CEO

Business of the Beat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 42:10


This week, Akilah Releford, founder and CEO of Mary Louise Cosmetics joins me in conversation about how her DIYing turned into a full fledge business, the beauty in  rediscovering self care and the creation of the infamous Mississippi Mud Mask.    Bio: 25 year old Akilah Releford is the founder and CEO of Mary Louise Cosmetics, a clean beauty brand that helps its Gen Z audience redefine beauty on their own terms.  Releford created Mary Louise in 2017 from her college dorm room at Howard University with the intention of making fun and playful beauty products for the masses. Mary Louise Cosmetics has stamps of approval from Marie Claire, ELLE, and The New York Times  and can also be found in Macy's, JCPenney, + more.    Follow: @akilahreleford @marylouisecosmetics or visit https://www.mymarylouise.com/   Quote “It's important to be able to pivot and show agility as a founder, you have to be able to change constantly”   Tune in to learn more from Akilah and Kendra!    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Get Loved Up with Koya Webb
Intersectional Environmentalism: How To Dismantle Systems Of Oppression To Protect People + Planet with Leah Thomas

Get Loved Up with Koya Webb

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 44:25


In this episode of the Get Loved Up podcast, Koya talks to celebrated environmentalist Leah Thomas. Leah talks about Intersectional Environmentalism and how we can't separate social justice from true environmentalism. While a little goes a long way when it comes to protecting the planet, Leah also recognizes that unsustainable practices also stem from social realities that need to be changed. Our planet's struggles are also our own and to solve environmental issues would also require solving the problems that hound human species alone. GUEST BIOLeah Thomas is a celebrated environmentalist based in Santa Barbara, CA. Coining the term ‘eco-communicator' to describe her style of environmental activism, Leah uses her passion for writing and creativity to explore and advocate for the critical yet often overlooked relationship between social justice and environmentalism. With this intersection in mind, Leah founded and launched Intersectional Environmentalist in 2020, a resource hub and platform that aims to advocate for environmental justice, provide educational resources surrounding intersectional environmentalism, and promote inclusivity and accessibility within environmental education and movements.Leah, who is also the founder of eco-lifestyle blog @greengirlleah, uses her multiple years of eco-focused educational and work experience to inform her ever-expanding list of projects, as well as her audience of more than 350k followers. A graduate of Chapman University with a B.S. in Environmental Science & Policy and a cluster in Comparative World Religions, Leah has interned twice with the National Park Service and has worked at leading green companies, including eco-friendly soap company Ecos and most recently, Patagonia. A fundamental optimist and opportunity-maker, Leah used her time after being furloughed during the pandemic to create Intersectional Environmentalist. Leah's writing has appeared in a variety of publications, including Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire and Highsnobiety, and she has been featured in Harper's Bazaar, W Magazine, Domino, GOOP, and numerous podcasts.Connect with Leah and follow her work through the links below: Website: https://www.greengirlleah.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/greengirlleah/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/leahpthomas/HIGHLIGHTS04:34 Leah's political awakening 07:42 What 'intersectional' means 23:27 Top 5 questions to dive into to become a better person26:08 Support conscious capitalism as much as you can 30:30 Living the nomad life in LA40:22 How to get started in becoming an environmentalistQUOTES05:35 Leah: "Really early on, I started seeing in my studies that environmental legislation is not enforced equally for all people, especially along racial and economic lines. That's something that always stuck with me for a really long time, just not understanding why there wasn't more representation of all the incredible black folks and our contributions to sustainability. " 06:22 Leah: "We can't separate the liberation of people from environmentalism. And if we do, I don't really want to take part in that type of environmentalism." 22:04 Leah: "I think about my time spent writing the book and it's all kind of a haze. I was just so into it, I was writing it during the pandemic. And I'm the type of person where if I have something to say, I'll say it. And when I don't, I'll be quiet. I'll be quiet for years. But I had something to say, I had it in my heart, and there's something just so freeing about that and then also I know that I can back it up." 26:10 Leah: "If you can, I mean, supporting conscious capitalism, shopping local, trying to reduce harm by getting things that are fair-trade, locally sourced, ethically made. I know sometimes there's a really hefty price tag on that." 41:03 Leah: "Do a little audit. Reward yourself with the things that you are doing. Compassionately guide yourself to do better in the areas that you're not." Please leave a five-star review for the Get Loved Up Podcast. When you leave that review, please take a screenshot and email me at koya@koyawebb.com, and I've got a little gift for you.Your thoughts light up Koya's soul, and it helps continue to bring on great guests.To hear more about Koya Webb and Get Loved Up episodes, please visit her website at https://koyawebb.com/.

She Pivots
The Lost Sister and A Wine Empire: Robin McBride

She Pivots

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 29:25


Robin McBride's story of finding her long lost sister and building the largest black-owned wine business in the United States is well documented in outlets like Refinery 29 and How I Built This. Today, Emily talks with Robin about her personal journey from tech professional and mother to wine entrepreneur. Beyond their incredible story of discovering each other late in life and launching McBride Sisters Wine, Robin tells the story of how their personal lives and goals led them to launching the business. How did Robin, a former tech executive and mom of three, decide to leave the comfort of her former career and pivot into uncharted waters? Be sure to subscribe, leave us a rating and share with your friends if you liked this episode! She Pivots was created in partnership with Marie Claire to highlight women, their stories, and how their pivot became their success. To learn more about Robin, follow us on Instagram @ShePivotsThePodcast or visit marieclaire.com/shepivots.LINKS: Instagram: www.instagram.com/shepivotsthepodcast/Twitter: twitter.com/shepivotsthepodWebsite: www.shepivotsthepodcast.com/

Your Presidential Playlist
Introducing She Pivots

Your Presidential Playlist

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 1:46


After four incredible seasons of Your Political Playlist, host Emily Tisch Sussman has launched a new podcast called She Pivots. It's been almost a year in the making and we would be so grateful if you went over to She Pivots and listened and subscribed. Join Emily every week as she sits down with a diverse group of women to explore how their personal experiences led to their pivot and eventually their success. In partnership with Marie Claire, She Pivots challenges the typical definitions of success and explores the role our personal stories play in our professional journeys. The series will celebrate those who have made bold moves with a view towards inspiring others to pursue their own non-linear paths.Be sure to subscribe, leave us a rating and share with your friends if you liked this episode! Follow us on Instagram @ShePivotsThePodcast or visit marieclaire.com/shepivots for more She Pivots content!https://www.marieclaire.com/shepivots/LINKS: Instagram: www.instagram.com/shepivotsthepodcast/Twitter: twitter.com/shepivotsthepodWebsite: www.shepivotsthepodcast.com/

Meet The Elite Podcast
2505 Marie Claire Donnelly-06 06 22-Life Coach-Joe

Meet The Elite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 5:38


The Art of Slowing Down to Quantum Leap
Ep 24: How to make Sales Easy and Aligned no matter what your Human Design with Holly MacCue

The Art of Slowing Down to Quantum Leap

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 43:31


Get ready for another epic Episode! Today I am having an absolutely juicy conversation about the Science of effortless Sales with Holly MacCue. She is my very own Sales &v Messaging Coach, and she is a 5/1 Emotional Manifesting Generator. About her: Holly MacCue is an experienced Sales and Messaging Coach who helps entrepreneurs to be seen as a no-brainer to their ideal clients so they can create effortlesssales without paid ads. Her signature approach shows clients how to attract their ideal customers through powerhouse positioning, unique messaging, and mastering the art and science of magnetic sales skills. Holly has a decade of experience working as a marketing strategist for global brands at corporations like Unilever and P&G where she led the strategy for a $200 million dollar portfolio. She has helped hundreds of entrepreneursto be seen as a go-to in their niche,so they can create results such as +50% business growth during Covid, and increasing their sales 15x in just 12 weeks with a brand new program. Her success strategies have been featured in Forbes, Thrive Global, Real Simple, Marie Claire and more. She lives in Australia, where she runs her multi six figure business in just 3 days per week "one-handed" around her two young daughters. Get in touch with Holly: Free 5 Day Sales Success Challenge (June 20-24, 2022) www.HollyMacCue.com or @hollymaccue on Instagram Holly's Facebook Holly's Facebook Group Empowered Entrepreneurs: Connect & Inspire Get in touch with Analena: www.AnalenaFuchs.com Analena's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/analena.fuchs/ www.AlignedLivingAcademy.com (Human Design Certification - next Cohort July 2022) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-art-of-slowing-down/message

Radio Maria France
Grandir dans l'amour (Marie-Claire de Laforcade) 2022-06-07 Le pardon dans le couple

Radio Maria France

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 40:21


Grandir dans l'amour (Marie-Claire de Laforcade) 2022-06-07 Le pardon dans le couple by Radio Maria France

Free Library Podcast
Zakiya Dalila Harris | The Other Black Girl

Free Library Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 56:29


In conversation with Liz Moore Zakiya Dalila Harris is the author of the instant New York Times bestseller The Other Black Girl, a thriller in which a young Black editorial assistant slowly realizes there are more sinister forces in her publishing house than the microaggressions that hurt her career. It was chosen as Good Morning America and Read with Marie Claire book club picks, and was selected as one of the best books of 2021 by TIME, The Washington Post, Vogue, People, and NPR, among other media outlets. A former editorial assistant and assistant editor at Knopf and Doubleday, Harris has contributed essays and book reviews to Guernica and The Rumpus. The Other Black Girl is currently being adapted into a Hulu series. Liz Moore is the bestselling author of Long Bright River, The Words of Every Song, Heft, and The Unseen World. A creative writing professor in the M.F.A. program at Temple University, her fiction and nonfiction have been published in Tin House and The New York Times, among other publications. (recorded 6/6/2022)

FemCity Business for Your Soul Podcast
Vanessa Coppes // Founder of BELLA Media + Co.

FemCity Business for Your Soul Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 25:42


On the latest episode of the FemCity Podcast, Violette de Ayala is joined by Vanessa Coppes, Founder of BELLA Media + Co. You won't want to miss this episode where Vanessa shares her  inspiration, reality, and biggest advice! About Our Guest // A certified Digital Marketer, Content + Social Media Strategist, Vanessa Coppes is also the author of “5 Steps to Fabulous,” the Co-Founder of ETTWomen and the ETTWomen Foundation. After acquiring BELLA Magazine, Coppes founded BELLA Media + Co. and became the publication's CEO + Editor-In-Chief in August of 2019.  Learn more at https://vanessacoppes.com  About FemCity //  FemCity offers a Free 30-Day Trial Membership and Memberships start at only $15.99. You can also learn more about launching a FemCity Chapter in your community. FemCity has been seen in Gilt, Vogue, AP News, Entrepreneur, Forbes, and MarieClaire. Learn why FemCity is more than just a women's networking group at www.femcity.com and on all social platforms @FemCity.

Talking with the Experts
2022 EP #306 Marie-Claire Ross - Trust Leadership

Talking with the Experts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 27:06


My topic is related to my latest book. Trusted to Thrive: How leaders create connected and accountable teams Successful teams have trust at the centre of what they do. Leaders who know how to build a trusted team culture get their teams into the Achievement Zone and keep them there. Marie-Claire Ross is a speaker, facilitator and coach at Trustologie. She works with leaders and teams to build trusted team cultures that increase engagement, and team credibility and retain great talent. Marie-Claire works with medium and large organisations around the world. She is also the author of the book, Trusted to Thrive: How leaders create connected and accountable teams. Connect with Marie-Claire: https://www.facebook.com/Trustologie/ www.marie-claireross.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/marieclaireross/ https://twitter.com/trustologie https://www.marie-claireross.com/trusted-to-thrive ▼ ▼ You can connect with/follow Talking with the Experts: Buy me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/rosesdavidson Become a patron https://www.patreon.com/talkingwiththeexperts Leave a Google review: https://g.page/r/CaXk7K3UlEhzEBI/review Leave a review on Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/talking-with-the-experts-1491692 Email: guest@talkingwiththeexperts.com Website: https://rose-davidson.com/ LinkedIn: Rose Davidson: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rose-davidson/ Talking with the Experts: https://www.linkedin.com/company/talkingwiththeexperts/ Facebook Page: [Rose Davidson] https://www.facebook.com/onlineeventmanagerandpodcasttrainer Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rosedavidson_speakersupport/ SoundCloud: [Follow] https://soundcloud.com/talking-with-the-experts YouTube: [Subscribe] https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkM5n5QJhnNAmUiMzii73wQ #business #entrepreneur #learnpodcasting #podcastepisode #podcastguest #podcasting #podcastinterview #podcastplaylist #podcasts #podcastskills #podcastshow #rosedavidson #smallbusiness #talkingwiththeexperts #video #vodcast

She Pivots
‘I was always a woman': Paula Neira

She Pivots

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 43:44


When Paula Neira graduated with distinction from the U.S Naval Academy in 1985 and went on to serve in the Navy, she was faced with the difficult choice. As a transgender woman, Paula had to make the difficult choice to leave the Navy so she could live authentically. A difficult moment turned into an inspiring pivot when she decided to serve her country in another way - through nursing. She spent five years as a trauma ER nurse, but after feeling frustrated that she didn't have a voice, she pivoted again. She decided to go to law school then used her law degree to fight for something deeply personal to her: the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell (the archaic policy that barred openly gay, lesbian, or bisexual persons from military service). Emily talks with Paula about how she leveraged her pivots and became a leading expert on transgender military service and health care. She now works at Johns Hopkins and has an impressive list of letters after her name (Paula M. Neira, J.D., M.S.N). Be sure to subscribe, leave us a rating and share with your friends if you liked this episode! She Pivots was created in partnership with Marie Claire to highlight women, their stories, and how their pivot became their success. To learn more about Paula, follow us on Instagram @ShePivotsThePodcast or visit marieclaire.com/shepivots.This episode is sponsored by Michter's Distillery. Michter's Distillery has a passion for making the finest bourbon, rye and American whiskey possible.For more information follow us on social media @michterswhiskey or go to michters.com or visit your favorite bartender.LINKS: Instagram: www.instagram.com/shepivotsthepodcastTwitter: twitter.com/shepivotsthepodWebsite: www.shepivotsthepodcast.com/

Wine Weed and Weave
S4 Epi. 13 Cannabis & Taking Care of Yourself (and Your Hair) with Hairstylist Jachelle Whiting (@itsjachelle)

Wine Weed and Weave

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 57:54


Hope you all enjoy today's sesh and sip talking all about with Cannabis & Taking Care of Yourself (and Your Hair) with Jachelle Whiting (@itsjachelle)! She's a NYC based published Hair Stylist with a love for cannabis and curls. Her work has been on Project Runway, Bravo, BET, Marie Claire, Essence, and more. Not only do we talk about hair and her journey as a pro stylist, we get into how cannabis has been a part of her journey as a creative and how she's breaking the stigma in the beauty/fashion industry with her transparency about consuming cannabis. Learn more Jachelle and her work on Hairbyjachelle.pb.online/print .

From Zero to Foundr Podcast
063: From Zero to 6 Figures in 1 Month with Samantha Brett of Naked Sundays

From Zero to Foundr Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 53:39


Samantha Brett surveyed 2,000 millennials asking what they don't like about traditional sunscreen. There were 3 universal answers–white, sticky, and bad for the skin. So Samantha reversed engineered to create the first SPF 50+ mist for over makeup. Alongside her partner, Samantha launched Naked Sundays in January of 2022 and and 6 figures in 4 weeks. And within 3 months, Nake Sundays became Australia's #1 SPF skincare brand.    Listen to Mollie and Samantha discuss:  How her background working at Vogue and Marie Claire inspired her research  The 9 months manufacturing process Spending over a year building her Instagram presence  Creating vegan collagen from scratch  Obsessively listening to Nathan Chan and Gretta van Riel  How she manages her full-time job as a journalist and mother Creating a logo that would fit the bottling and packaging How lilac became the color icon of Naked Sundays  Winning the 2022 Mecca Beauty Innovation Award  Susutaining their growth and future products And much more skincare business advice…       Who do you want to see next on the podcast? Comment and let us know! And don't forget to leave us a 5-star review if you loved this episode.   Wait, there's more… If you enjoy the Zero to Foundr podcast, check out our free trainings. Get exclusive, actionable advice from some of the world's best entrepreneurs.    For more Foundr content, follow us on your favorite platform:  Foundr.com Instagram YouTube Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Magazine

She Has The Mic
Unbound Women with Sarah Moshman

She Has The Mic

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 35:02


Can a mom be an astronaut?  Sarah Moshman's latest film is a narrative short based on a true story about the 1st mother in space entitled UNBOUND.  UNBOUND stars Lauren Lapkus (Jurasic World, Good Girls, Orange Is The New Black) as Dr. Anna Fisher. Our conversation is funny, real, and hopeful for a more equitable perspective on women and career. Sarah is an Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker and TEDx speaker whose work has been featured on Netflix, PBS, Good Morning America, Upworthy, Marie Claire, and CNN. Sarah has directed and produced 3 feature-length documentaries: The Empowerment Project: Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things (2014), Losing Sight of Shore (2017) and Nevertheless (2020). Sarah is dedicated to telling stories that uplift, inform and inspire as well as showcase strong female role models on screen. Prior to focusing on documentaries Sarah worked as a field producer on the hit ABC show Dancing with the Stars for 10 seasons as well as shows on NBC, MTV, Lifetime, Bravo and the Food Network. She also directs branded content for EllenTube, Tastemade, Mattel, AT&T and more. Sarah is an inspiring public speaker, author, and an adjunct professor in documentary film, passionate about empowering the next generation of storytellers.

Built for Impact
3 Important Lessons for Building an Impact-Driven Company

Built for Impact

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 55:04


Anne Fulenwider is a former magazine editor for Marie Claire and a believer in the power of storytelling. She has interviewed powerful women including Melinda Gates, Mindy Kaling, Gwyneth Paltrow, and many more on stages such as the Makers Conference and South by Southwest. After her mother died of a sudden heart attack in 2016, Fulenwider became motivated to make an impact in women's health. Inspired by all the women she's met who are building a better world for women by disrupting industries, she became an entrepreneur herself in 2020, joining Monica Molenaar to change the conversation around women's post-reproductive health. In our conversation, Anne shares the challenges of starting a company focused on women's health, along with the most valuable lessons she has learned along the way. 

The Life of A Makeup Artist
Ep 75: Real Talk on Being an Agency Signed Artist (Part 1)

The Life of A Makeup Artist

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 50:02


In today's episode, we take the lid off & pour out what we've all been wanting to talk about transparently: Agencies.   Joseph Carrillo is a working makeup artist that has bee a staple in the fashion and entertainment world. With a wide range of experience from red carpets, to editorial photoshoots and everything in between. Vague contributor Harpers Bazaar, Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire. Jopseph's celebrity clients include Uma Thurman, Pryanka Chopra, Portia Doubleday, Lily Rabe & Fashion Week veteran learning from the likes of Mother herself, Pat McGrath.    Join us as Joseph takes us over what he's learnt from 12 years in NY and 5 agencies later.   https://www.instagram.com/josephcarrillo https://www.instagram.com/sculptedbyjoseph https://www.instagram.com/thelifeofamakeupartist/ https://www.instagram.com/jaleesajaikaran/

Rising Tide
Nadira Artyk: Making Your Voice Heard

Rising Tide

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 66:45


At a young age, Nadira Artyk knew she had a perspective and voice to share with the world. At 9, she saw writing as an outlet for her voice and submitted an article to the national newspaper for children in the Soviet Union and officially became a published writer. Fast forward several years, Nadira joined the BBC where her work shined as a journalist interviewing political leaders, celebrities, and travelling to war zones to cover a story. Except she started to notice that despite her success and accolades she was being passed up for promotions by her male peers. Little did Nadira know that this experience to find and ultimately use her voice at the BBC would plant a seed for what would become her next career.On this episode, Nadira shares how she:Broke cultural norms to become an outspoken journalistShed limiting beliefs and behaviors so she could reach new heights in her careerBelieves there is more than one career in all of usAnd much moreNadira Artyk is the founder of Visionary Voices, a company that help entrepreneurs and founders build better workplaces with stronger cultures. Nadira is also a certified leadership coach and experienced facilitator empowering corporate women with effective communication, executive presence, influencing, negotiation, and other leadership skills, so that they step up in their careers, and be better managers and leaders..Since launching Visionary Voices in 2011, Nadira has worked with hundreds of women from high potential to CEOs. Her clients include Nissan Europe, Chanel, Photobox, HRA Pharm, and GE to name a few. She has also been featured in various publications including Marie Claire and Business-au-Feminin, and has contributed to the Harvard Business Review book “The Mind of The Leader: How to Lead Yourself, Your People, and Your Organization for Extraordinary Results.”Connect with Nadira ArtykInterested in working with Nadira? Learn more at Visionary VoicesReferences:Confident Communication Checklist - Helping you Speak, Appear & Sound Confident in Video MeetingsHow to Communicate with Confidence in High Stakes MeetingsHow to Leverage Being An Introvert to Get Ahead in Your  in a Post Pandemic World

She Pivots
Fertility: Reshma Saujani

She Pivots

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 40:44


Note: This episode contains conversations around miscarriages and fertility that may be difficult for some to hear. Reshma Saujani made a name for herself as the Founder and CEO of the hugely successful nonprofit, Girls Who Code, which became one of the largest women-run organizations in the country. But she's more than just the Founder of Girls Who Code. She has been featured in countless magazines and newspapers, appeared as a commentator on cable news, ran for Congress and her local Public Advocate office, and written three books. But every story has more to it than meets the eye: behind all of her success, Reshma struggled with conceiving a child. Her difficult journey into motherhood paralleled her incredible career highs and led her to her pivot.To learn more about Reshma, follow us on Instagram @ShePivotsThePodcast. Be sure to subscribe, leave us a rating and share with your friends if you liked this episode! She Pivots was created in partnership with Marie Claire to highlight women, their stories, and how their pivot became their success. To learn more about Reshma, follow us on Instagram @ShePivotsThePodcast or visit www.marieclairemag.com/she-pivotsLINKS: Instagram: www.instagram.com/shepivotsthepodcast/Twitter: twitter.com/shepivotsthepodWebsite: www.shepivotsthepodcast.com/

Seller Sessions
CBDs Beauty Queens Story On The Road Of Cannabis

Seller Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 56:10


This week on Inspired with Bell... Janice Buu is the founder of Kana Skincare, CBD infused K-beauty skincare (custom formulas, vegan, cruelty free) has also been organically recognised by Forbes, Wall Street Journal, Allure, New Beauty, Vogue, South China Morning Post, award winning TV shows and Netflix/HBO series. With an innate talent in entrepreneurship and business, Janice was raised on the sales floor since age 3. She's named "The Woman to Watch in the CBD Space" by Marie Claire, and "The Beauty Industry Disruptor" by Huffpost. She's also passionate about connecting like-minded groups to create a greener planet.

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Rebecca Soffer on Dealing with Loss and WashPo's Toluse Olorunnipa on his new Book about George Floyd Episode 610

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 93:12


Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more This Weeks is sponsored by Indeed.com/Standup Rebecca Soffer had always primarily associated the word “orphan” with waifish Charles Dickens characters. But when she was 30, her mother Shelby, was killed in a car accident, one hour after dropping Rebecca off from a family camping trip to the Adirondacks. Four years later, her father died of a heart attack while on a cruise to the Bahamas. Lucky him, unlucky everyone else. Suddenly, she was actually an orphan herself. So much loss at such a relatively young age un-tethered Rebecca. There were husbands yet to meet, puppies yet o dopt, and so many other miles yet to stone—but all of it would have to be done without her own parents' guidance, along with dealing with the logistical aftermath of each of their deaths. Dear reader, it was bad. But she wasn't alone. Together with Gabrielle and some other friends, Rebecca formed a monthly dinner party called WWDP (Women With Dead Parents, obviously). The WWDP conversations were wide-ranging, but the common denominator was a shared understanding. A general “I get it.” No apologies, no accusations, no questions asked. Other than: Who brought the chocolate cake, and can I get the recipe? Because if Rebecca couldn't have parents, dammit, she could at least have chocolate cake—not to mention friends who understood the particular nuances of going through profound loss way before they expected to. With Modern Loss, Rebecca hopes to bring that refreshing openness to a broader audience, and community, who could use their own place setting at the table of loss. Rebecca has been a lifelong organizer of communities, both public and private. From getting her masters in journalism from Columbia University, to accompanying Stephen Colbert on a Peabody Award-winning quest to get to know all 435 U.S. Representatives, to helping to grow a leading network of Jewish creatives, Rebecca has always found strength in numbers, and bringing those numbers together. She has contributed pieces across media, including TIME, NBC Think, The New York Times, Marie Claire, Refinery29, Elle Decor, and Tablet Magazine's podcast, Vox Tablet; has been featured on CBS Sunday Morning; and has spoken at Chicago Ideas Week, Amazon, HBO, and Experience Camps‘ annual benefit, where she was its 2017 honoree. She has also led Modern Loss retreats at Kripalu; keynoted for several organizations, including Good Grief and Capital One; and is known for putting her special touch of levity, depth and a bit of comfortable weirdness on Modern Loss' live storytelling events. Rebecca lives in New York and the Massachusetts Berkshires with her husband, two little boys, and labradoodle. Keep up with her on Twitter @rebeccasoffer, where she regularly tweets at 3 am because she barely sleeps these days (see the part about the two little boys). Contact her for speaking engagements, press inquiries, to book a live storytelling event, and more at rebecca@modernloss.com. -------------------------------------------------------- Toluse Olorunnipa is a political enterprise and investigations reporter for The Washington Post. He joined the Post in 2019 and previously covered the White House. Before that, he spent five years at Bloomberg, where he reported on politics and policy from Washington and Florida. A landmark biography by two prizewinning Washington Post reporters that reveals how systemic racism shaped George Floyd's life and legacy—from his family's roots in the tobacco fields of North Carolina, to ongoing inequality in housing, education, health care, criminal justice, and policing—telling the story of how one man's tragic experience brought about a global movement for change. “It is a testament to the power of His Name Is George Floyd that the book's most vital moments come not after Floyd's death, but in its intimate, unvarnished and scrupulous account of his life . . . Impressive.” —New York Times Book Review “Since we know George Floyd's death with tragic clarity, we must know Floyd's America—and life—with tragic clarity. Essential for our times.” —Ibram X. Kendi, author of How to Be an Antiracist   “A much-needed portrait of the life, times, and martyrdom of George Floyd, a chronicle of the racial awakening sparked by his brutal and untimely death, and an essential work of history I hope everyone will read.” —Henry Louis Gates, Jr., author ofThe Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song The events of that day are now tragically familiar: on May 25, 2020, George Floyd became the latest Black person to die at the hands of the police, murdered outside of a Minneapolis convenience store by white officer Derek Chauvin. The video recording of his death set off the largest protest movement in the history of the United States, awakening millions to the pervasiveness of racial injustice. But long before his face was painted onto countless murals and his name became synonymous with civil rights, Floyd was a father, partner, athlete, and friend who constantly strove for a better life.   His Name Is George Floyd tells the story of a beloved figure from Houston's housing projects as he faced the stifling systemic pressures that come with being a Black man in America. Placing his narrative within the context of the country's enduring legacy of institutional racism, this deeply reported account examines Floyd's family roots in slavery and sharecropping, the segregation of his schools, the overpolicing of his community amid a wave of mass incarceration, and the callous disregard toward his struggle with addiction—putting today's inequality into uniquely human terms. Drawing upon hundreds of interviews with Floyd's closest friends and family, his elementary school teachers and varsity coaches, civil rights icons, and those in the highest seats of political power, Washington Post reporters Robert Samuels and Toluse Olorunnipa offer a poignant and moving exploration of George Floyd's America, revealing how a man who simply wanted to breathe ended up touching the world. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page

Friends of the Force
A Guide to Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2022 (feat. What The Force)

Friends of the Force

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 108:54


After an excruciatingly long three-year wait, Star Wars Celebration Anaheim is finally here! Brad and Sarah are joined by Marie-Claire from the What The Force podcast to share our best tips & tricks, set expectations for the four-day event, and preview which panels we're most excited for, including the Lucasfilm Showcase! Friends of the Force will be live on the Podcast Stage from SWCA on Thursday 5/26 from 12:30PM - 1:30PM PT! We will be posting the entire panel on our podcast feed if you can't make it. Friends of the Force is a Star Wars podcast aimed at finding joy in fandom through collaborative in-depth discussions and interviews. New episodes every Monday! Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Anchor, and more. Twitter: https://twitter.com/FriendsOfForce Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/friendsoftheforce/?hl=en Website: http://www.friendsoftheforcepod.com YouTube: https://bit.ly/36w7bsd Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/friendsoftheforce Thank you to all of our Patrons, including our Luminous Beings: Anna, Brian, Carol, Dylan, Huong, Lee-Ann, Lucy, Luke, Randy, Travis, and T. #StarWars #StarWarsCelebration #SWCA22

The Ready State Podcast
Diana Kapp: Modern-Day Female Role Models, The Climate Crisis, and the Problem with Our Current Rate of Consumption

The Ready State Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 57:21


Diana Kapp is a journalist with an MBA from Stanford University. She has criss-crossed this country writing for and about empowered girls… girls who expect to be leaders, founders and inventors. Diana's first book, Girls Who Run the World, was published in 2019, and was endorsed by Madeline Albright(!) and featured in Forbes and on NPR's Marketplace. On April 5th, 2022, in time for Earth Day, her second book, Girls Who Green the World, was released and covers 34 of the most revolutionary environmental change makers, fighting the climate crisis head on. In addition to her books, Diana's work has appeared in most major media outlets including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Magazine, The San Francisco Chronicle, ELLE, Marie Claire, O the Oprah Magazine, California Sunday Magazine, Sunset, Outside.com. • This episode of The Ready State Podcast is sponsored by Momentous. Kelly first learned about Momentous when a national champion cyclocross athlete sent him a bottle of PR Lotion as a thank you gift. When one of the best athletes on the planet hands you a tool to unlock your own athletic suffering, you pay attention! Fast forward to today and Momentous is the largest supplier of nutritional support to college, pro-sports teams, and the military in the world. Micronutrient and functional nutritional support isn't a gimmick, it's a performance advantage. Whether you are looking for a high quality daily vitamin, collagen supplementation, or NSF certified protein to support working tissues, no one does it better. For more info go to thereadystate.com/momentous and use code "TRS" for 20% OFF your first purchase.

She Pivots
‘I'm pro Pivot': Sophia Bush & Nia Linder Batts

She Pivots

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 41:30


Sophia Bush and Nia Linder Batts are longtime best friends who together have used their experiences as actress and entertainment executive respectively to invest in women-owned businesses. After losing their own business, Detroit Blows, to the pandemic, they pivoted their energies and resources to changing the world of venture capital, using their dollars to invest in women-owned and founded companies. In this episode, Emily talks with Sophia and Nia about their pivot and learns how they are using their capital to give women more economic opportunity.She Pivots was created in partnership with Marie Claire to highlight women, their stories, and how their pivot became their success. To learn more about Sophia & Nia, follow us on Instagram @ShePivotsThePodcast or visit www.marieclaire.com/shepivots.Be sure to subscribe, leave us a rating and share with your friends if you liked this episode! LINKS: Instagram: www.instagram.com/shepivotsthepodcast/Twitter: twitter.com/shepivotsthepodWebsite: www.shepivotsthepodcast.com/

Breaking Beauty Podcast
✨ Every Euphoria-Inspired Half Magic Makeup Product, Tested. Plus! #DamnGood Mascaras For Your Lash Type With Celebrity Makeup Artist Kirin Bhatty

Breaking Beauty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 47:20


As Jill is sipping sweet tea on a steamin' porch in Georgia this week, Carlene welcomes makeup artist to the stars, Kirin Bhatty, to guest host a Damn Goods episode dedicated to the desert-island beauty product on everyone's list: MASCARA! Kirin's talents have appeared in Vanity Fair, Elle, Marie Claire, Teen Vogue – and she also creates some of the most memorable red carpet looks for celebs like Tessa Thompson, Awkwafina and Kiernan Shipka. Remember Machine Gun Kelly's pearl embellishments for the VMA's last year? That was Kirin! Today, Kirin invites us to peer into her makeup trunk, revealing the best mascaras for every lash type, from short to straight to curly and sparse – along with her top tips to help troubleshoot common mascara dilemmas, like, how to avoid smudging when you're tryna rock glazed-donut skin! Stay tuned until the end to find out which hero products from AAPI beauty brands that Kirin personally adores, from a luxe-y serum-foundation to a gel eye cream that might just help keep some of those mascara smears at bay. But first, Jill makes a surprise pop-in with a piping hot review of the entire Euphoria-inspired makeup line, Half Magic, created by the hit show's makeup artist, Donni Davy. Get social with us and let us know what you think of the episode! Find us on Instagram, Tiktok, Twitter. Join our private Facebook group, or give us a call and leave us a voicemail at 1-844-227-0302.  For any products or links mentioned in this episode, check out our website: https://breakingbeautypodcast.com/episode-recaps/   *Disclaimer: Unless otherwise stated, all products reviewed are gratis media samples submitted for editorial consideration.*   PROMO CODES: When you support our sponsors, you support the creation of Breaking Beauty Podcast!    PAIR EYEWEAR   Get glasses as unique as you are. One pair, infinite style. Starting at just $60. Go to paireyewear.com/BEAUTY for 15% off your first purchase.  Hosts: Carlene Higgins and Jill Dunn Theme song, used with permission: Cherry Bomb by Saya
 Produced by Dear Media Studio  

Life with Marianna
How This Founder Turned Her Side Hustle Into a Business with Jade Swim

Life with Marianna

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 41:06


Are you trying to figure out how to turn a passion project or side hustle into your full-time career? That's exactly what Brittany Kozerski did when she started Jade Swim while working as a fashion editor at Marie Claire. Brittany shares how she managed to have a full-time job while working on a new brand, the sacrifices she made and how she faced her fears to pursue her company full time.   Follow Marianna: instagram.com/marianna_hewitt This week's episode is sponsored by:   MACY'S: macys.com/personalstylist    SPLENDID SPOON: use code MARIANNA for $50 off at splendidspoon.com/marianna   OLIPOP: 20% off + free shipping with code MARIANNA at drinkolipop.com/marianna   Produced by Dear Media