No matter if the conversation is about the pandemic, equality in the workplace, politics, religion, these days tough discussions are happening every day. How do you handle them? Listen in to hear my 5 ways to handle tough discussions and create an open and inviting space for conversation. First things first, check your ego at […]
Is this my stress? We make the choice to take and deal with different stressors every day, but are we taking on other people’s stress? Many times the answer is, yes! Listen as Kass Thomas joins me to chat about the choices we make and the changes they beget. Kass Thomas is a human courier […]
Each generation that enters the workforce does so from a completely new set of life experiences and expectations. How can leaders attract these new generations and more importantly retain them? Hannah Williams has been studying exactly that and joins me to chat about working with Gen Z.
It’s easy to be calm when you’re on vacation, but what can you do to set your level to calm when you’re in stressful situations? Listen in to hear three easy ways to do exercises that will take you from anxious to calm in minutes.
If you’ve listened to the show for long, you know that I am an avid reader. I am constantly reading multiple books and learning so much about the world and business. Which is why I like to stop and share what I’m reading with you when I’m able.
After spending 10 years as a stay-at-home mom, Corina Burton felt as if she’d lost a part of herself. She rejoined the workforce and created two businesses but they just didn’t seem to fit. She didn’t quit. She kept going. Now she is the founder and owner of multiple successful businesses and she’s sharing how she did it.
With all the changes in the role women play in society over the last several decades, new archetypes need to be explored. Stephanie Raffelock joins me on #WomenWorldwide to help and inspire women share their stories.
Did you know that women have more testosterone in their body than estrogen? That’s right! We do. But there are no FDA approved drugs for women’s testosterone replacement and most of our estrogen replacements are ineffective. What does that mean for women going through menopause?
Laughter is unbelievably important in your life and career. It relieves stress, provides a feeling of wellbeing and positivity, and has been proven to help human beings live longer. For all of these reasons, Elaine Williams and Kathy Keegan came together to create the Still Human podcast and to share the message of laughter with others.
What would you do if you or your spouse was suddenly completely incapacitated by a rare but highly devastating disease? If your answer is, “I don’t know,” then you are completely normal. Unfortunately for Molly Weisgram, she found out the hard way.