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 […]
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.
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?
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.
Emily Rapp Black is back on the show to share all about her journey to self-love and acceptance through writing her most recent book, Frida Kahlo and My Left Leg. She is an author and creative writing professor who is helping others by sharing her own experience and expertise. Her most recent book was imagined […]
Emily Rapp Black is an author and creative writing professor who is making waves helping women to grapple with grief and find their own words. Her latest book Sanctuary, is her own memoir diving into her journey of loss and finding her resilience. So what does resilience mean to you?
Your emotional intelligence impacts all aspects of your business. No matter if you’re a manager, in the C-Suite, or running your own business, your decisions impact more than just you. So how do you make better decisions?
Practicing mindfulness is one way to combat the stressors of our ever-changing world. Michelle Enriquez is a corporate mindfulness strategist who works with leaders and change-makers to be more mindful and intentional. Have you done your mindfulness practice today?
So many people need a voice in this world that we’ve created. One of the most underserved communities, and one who may truly not have a voice to share their experience, are those who suffer from hearing loss. Janice Lintz is a fierce advocate for this group and is sharing her advice for taking your advocacy to a whole new level.