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.
Kate Isler is back and this time she’s written a book! In case you missed her first episode and aren’t sure who Kate is, here’s a quick run down. Kate is an activist, wife, author, mother, partner, friend, businessperson, sister, and risk-taker who never had any intention of being an entrepreneur, but life had other plans.
As we all know, Covid has highlighted the disparities in the school system in every single state. Prior to Covid however there were already people working to bridge the gap. Abby Daly is one of those people. She is the Founder of Bridge of Books and is working to get physical books into the hands of children all over New Jersey.
Do you rule your emotions or are you ruled by them? Did you know that your emotions are the drivers for almost everything in your life? Masha Malka has been coaching clients internationally for 18 years after obtaining her Master’s in Higher Education and various certifications in ALT, NLP, Transformational thinking, and more.
How do you express yourself to the world? Do you ever find yourself being held back by expectations and doubt? What would it feel like to let it all go and feel free to express yourself exactly as you wish? For Gilda Garza, that is the reality.
When you hear the word “trauma” what do you immediately think of? For so many of us, we think of major life events, big hurts, and huge feelings. But trauma is caused by all hurts because it has more to do with how our brain reacts to pain than what causes the pain.
Increasing equity and inclusion in the workplace begins with the understanding that they’re currently off balance. This realization doesn’t need to happen with those that are currently on the losing end, but instead with those who have the power to make a change.
Building and creating this amazing show started off as an experiment in a new way of learning and reaching a very important community. I loved speaking, but I found through years of being in media that I appreciated being on the radio much more than being in front of the camera.
Your power and your energy are your own, but what do you do when they’re running low and you have no clue how to get them back? That’s where Anjli Garg comes in. She’s an attorney and an executive coach helping leaders to soar while also finding their joy.
I recently posed a question to my social media community asking them what was holding them back. It was very interesting to note that while I got a bunch of likes and hearts, there were very few comments.