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We wonder why our relationships can’t be easier. Shouldn’t love feel like magic? Unlike magical romance movies, our love stories don’t stop at a happy ending. Relationships are more than that. What makes a long-lasting, healthy relationship? Lesley Eccles became well-known for co-founding Fanduel, a fantasy sports company, alongside her husband. Af…
 
When you hear the word “cannabis” what is your first thought? Be honest. Is it that it’s a drug and why are we talking about it? For so many people, women in particular, that is the exact reaction. But what if we’ve had it all wrong all these years? Tekisha Harvey has spent her entire career in marketing and after leaving the corporate world, knew …
 
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? When she was initially going through the loss of her son, people …
 
Lisa Bien is a highly sought-after motivational speaker and media personality who is changing lives with her story and her work. She’s authored three books and hosts her very own Temple TV program called Your Best Life with Lisa. She joins me today to talk all about being in the media and what you can do to make it your reality if that’s your desir…
 
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? The best thing to do is to work on your emotional intelligence. I recently finished my latest book, Answers for Ethical Marketer…
 
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? Michelle has spent years learning more about mindfulness practices and how to apply …
 
Vulnerability in leadership. They seem like two completely disconnected concepts but what Terese Lam has found is that vulnerability builds trust. That is the key to keeping your company connected while working remotely. Terese Lam started her life and her journey in Australia. She had a love for culture and HR and made her career in building compa…
 
Beautiful, modern, sustainably made products that also keep families safe and responsible while partaking of the healing powers of cannabis? That’s exactly what Sharon Kevis thought of when she created Forti Goods. She segued from interior designer to furniture creator and business owner and is excited about this innovative new product. Sharon laun…
 
If you’re running a business, then it is time to start investing in becoming a better storyteller. Stop relying on the marketing gobbledygook and start relating to your clients and customers in a real way. Christoph Trappe is one of the foremost experts on just this and he’s sharing his thoughts on Going Live. Christoph has spent years helping busi…
 
When hard times come upon you and your life, how do you react to them? Do you approach them as learning opportunities or do you allow them to ruin the moment? Andrea Heuston has faced her share of tough times, but she’s still here smiling and empowering others. Listen in to learn all about her story. Andrea’s corporate life started off with a bang.…
 
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. Janice first starte…
 
Kate Isler is back on Women Worldwide 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 rundown. 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. The las…
 
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. Abby started out he…
 
Ethics is a huge issue in business and in life. What happens when you break all the rules of ethics in business? Sometimes it leads to time in prison. Listen as Richard Bistrong shares his story and why he’s passionate about companies leaning into a culture of ethical behavior. For the first part of his career, Richard was in sales. Instead of alwa…
 
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. What does this mean? …
 
When you’re the only woman in the room, but especially the only woman of color in the room, do you have a responsibility to help others rise up? Some would say yes, others no, but for Sonia Zeledon, it is her passion to reach back and pull others forward. Sonia is an attorney who specializes in regulatory and compliance law. She’s now working with …
 
No matter if you’re using Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Clubhouse, or any other social media platform to grow your authority and visibility, you need to do it strategically. Mandy McEwen has spent more than a decade helping her clients do just this and she’s here to share her tips and tricks. Mandy is the Founder and CEO of Mod Girl Marke…
 
We all use our brains differently to process our experiences in the world, but what is the intersection between the logical mind and creativity. Gina Rubel, CEO of Furia Rubel Communications, has been studying this connection her entire career. As a former lawyer with a background in PR, she has been decades understanding how people think and how t…
 
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. Gilda Garza is a celebrity-favorite artist known for pushing the limits of raw emotion in a way that capt…
 
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. Dr. Alauna is a trauma psychiatrist and she advocates for building a set of skills …
 
Have you ever been told that you need to write a book to cement your authority in your area of expertise? In many ways, the “they” in that question are probably right. But you first have to write and publish a book that has meaning. This is exactly what Andrea Albright excels in. She started her entrepreneurial journey in the health and fitness ind…
 
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. David Smith and Brad Johnson are both highly invested in bringing awareness to the iss…
 
Raising money for a new venture is never an easy process, but when it’s done right, it’s very rewarding. Sevetri Wilson created and funded her first business at the age of 22 and has been a serial entrepreneur ever since. Her most recent startup, Resilia, a tech company designed to revolutionize how nonprofits are created and maintained, has now ra…
 
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. It was then that I realized that women in podcasting were relatively r…
 
Diversity, equity, and inclusion has definitely been making an impact, but has it been enough? Daphne Turpin Forbes is an attorney and woman of color who has spent her life advocating for diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Listen as she shares her story and why she feels true change starts with our leaders. Daphne’s grandfather was a judge a…
 
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. Burnout comes in many forms. For Anjli it happened as she realized that her drive to pursue h…
 
Have you been seizing opportunities to sharpen your emotional intelligence while adapting to changes in the workforce? The process of becoming more emotionally aware is not one and done. It’s an ongoing focus on you and your ability to properly process emotions in all situations. Andrea Hoban has spent more than twenty years in leadership and manag…
 
Not all professional associations are created equal but one thing is universal. For the most part, you get out of them what you put into them. Joel Stern has spent his career as in-house counsel for an insurance company but left to become the CEO of Namwolf, a professional association for women and minority lawyers. For the majority of his childhoo…
 
Innovation is a key component of growth in the medical and pharmaceutical industry. No one knows this better than Patricia Zilliox, Ph.D. She has spent 25 years in global clinical development in ophthalmology and 30 years at Alcon. Her work has helped further the quest for solutions to degenerative eye diseases in children. But how did she find her…
 
Are you properly using video to tell your brand’s story? No matter if you’re climbing the corporate ladder or building your own corporation, you have a brand and a story. Video is one of the best media to connect with your ideal audience and April Pertuis is helping women everywhere to own it. April is a former video journalist turned visibility an…
 
Would you consider yourself to be a lifelong learner? Are you constantly seeking to broaden your horizons and delve deeper into your passions? For Ruth Gotian, learning has always been a compulsion. The desire to know more and have a greater understanding of her passions has always driven her. She’s here to share how you can dig deeper into your pa…
 
DISCLAIMER: Women Worldwide Note: This interview reflects a discussion with Helio Fred Garcia about his book, Words on Fire. The interview is not intended to be a complete analysis or reflect the express views of the Women Worldwide Network and show sponsors. Rather, we hope our network will digest the information thoroughly and, regardless of poli…
 
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. Now that could mean one of two things. Either everyone is killing it and taking risks and putting themselves out there to learn and grow in life …
 
How would it feel to look at the difficulties in your life and see them as possibilities for a better future? Susanna Mittermaier is a Pragmatic Psychologist who is focused on helping her patients see challenges as a route to a better tomorrow. These challenges could be everything from living with depression, anxiety, ADHD, autism, etc. to simply n…
 
It doesn’t matter how prevalent video and images become, words are still the best way to express yourself. Rea Frey has been putting pen to paper and fingers to keys for many years writing and having her work published. She has been published by one of the 5 big publishers and is helping her clients to write and publish books of their own. Rea star…
 
Can aromatherapy really help you fight off environmental diseases, aging, and illness? Yes! According to science and the experiences of many, they really can. Linda Oviatt is a Certified Aromatherapist and author who has spent the last several years studying, learning, and sharing everything about essential oils and their place in our health. Contr…
 
Why is it important to start and engage in difficult conversations? Because without them change is impossible. Nassim Abdi spent 12 years as an educator in topics around diversity and inclusion and the intersections between gender, race, and other identities as they relate to systems of discrimination or disadvantage. She was later cast in a Netfli…
 
For so many women, managing finances is something that they’ve decided they are bad at. What if you were able to switch that mindset and make money a strength? Pam Hopman has spent the last several years helping people to overcome their money mindset blocks and finally feel as if they have the skills and knowledge needed to manage their own finance…
 
According to rainn.org, every 9 minutes Child Protective Services confirms another instance of childhood sexual abuse. What can we do to stop the pernicious spread of abuse? Patricia Eagle joins me to share her story and ways that you can be the voice for children everywhere. Patricia was sexually abused by her father from the time she was 4 until …
 
Creating a compelling and authentic story that is still factual and entertaining is not an easy skill to master. In this era of fake news and inauthentic reporting, it’s important to bring things back to a safe space of truth. Michele Weldon has been an authority in the world of journalism for over 40 years and she’s here to share why storytelling …
 
If you wanted to be in a relationship, you’d be in one. While that may seem a bit on the nose, for Simone Milasas it’s a fact of life. Think about it. Think of one thing recently that you really wanted, do you have it now? Did you make it happen? Perhaps you don’t really want that relationship right now. Listen in to learn more. Simone is an intern…
 
Being diagnosed with any form of cancer is a huge, scary thing, but it doesn’t have to consume your life. Rather than be dragged down by her diagnosis, Pat Wetzel went on a journey to learn more about herself and healing in a holistic way. She founded Cancer Road Trip and has helped develop additional research about the post-treatment aspect of can…
 
Self-care is more than relaxing baths and pretty smelling bath salts with essential oils. It’s more than our capitalistic society has made it out to be and it honestly costs you nothing to practice. Jennifer Louden is a personal growth pioneer who helped to launch the concept of self-care. Listen as she shares why you need to start making small cha…
 
You ARE meant to make an impact. Disagree? Then listen as Sangita Verma chats about why the GiftSuite brand is making an impact FOR you. You see, GiftSuite has taken care of one of the most important pieces of business ownership… employee engagement. That being said, engagement equals so much more than simply asking questions. Sangita has built sev…
 
Every day entrepreneurs all over the world are creating innovative new products, services, and ideas, but can you? Rachael McCrary joins me to share what it takes to be a leader in this time and what it takes to start moving your own mountains. Listen as we chat about serving a need, doing the research, and making sure your team is on the same page…
 
While you may mean to convey one thought or idea, your body language could be detracting from your message. Cara Hale Alter has spent her life studying the ticks and tells that make up normal human body language and how they affect our presentation. Listen as we chat about ways you can use to become more cognizant of your body language and how you …
 
Human beings have more bacterial cells in their bodies than human cells. We were designed that way. Which means that we have to take care of the bacteria in our bodies. Tina Anderson is a former trial attorney who moved into the legal department of a family pharmaceutical company and realized that she was meant for more. She realized that she was e…
 
What you wear and how you present yourself sends a message to the world. Do you know what you’re telling everyone around you? If not, then you may need the help of Alyssa and Tania. Alyssa is a Virtual Presence Coach and headshot photographer and Tania is a personal stylist on a mission to elevate a woman’s style and success. These two ladies both …
 
Have you listened to what your body has been saying lately? Heather Nichols is a Joy of Business facilitator, movement and meditation consultant, tantra practitioner, and somatic psychotherapist. She states that our bodies are a treasure trove of information and insight into our lives. Listen in as she shares how you can become better attuned with …
 
Gender roles and money have been fairly set for centuries. Men handle the money and women handle the household. Those roles are changing however but women are still falling behind in taking their place in the handling of their finances. Why is that? Meredith Moore has long been fascinated by gender roles and money and has been working to change the…
 
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