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Go behind the scenes with female entrepreneurs as they reveal the struggles, strategies, and inspiring stories of successful small businesses. Hosted by Pepper Makepeace, an online business strategist for female solopreneurs and side hustlers and founder of the Small Business Sisterhood - an online membership community serving small business owners in the first stages of business. If you’re interested in connecting with like-minded women, learning effective business strategies from the exper ...
 
Welcome to Belonging, a podcast that explores how to come home to yourself in the age of loneliness. Lead by Becca Piastrelli, your host and guide on a journey of courageous reconnection as we explore topics like ancestral wisdom, cultivating meaningful sisterhood, living with the seasons and cycles of the earth and your body, and what it means to be a good ancestor.
 
An honest, down to earth, fun and relatable podcast for women seeking sisterhood and transformation. This is a home for all things yoga, self-care, mental wellness, entrepreneurship and much more. Each week we record live sessions engaging with our community (via Instagram live) and touching on topics that can help guide us to cultivate our higher selves. IG | @afroyogabyangie Web | afroyoga.org
 
hey, girl. is a podcast that unites the voices of phenomenal women near and far. Created with sisterhood and storytelling in mind, author Alex Elle sits down with people who inspire her. From friends to family members and strangers, the hey, girl. guests give us a peek into their stories through candid and intimate conversations.
 
Sherri Shepherd and Kym Whitley are once again blending their comedic power to deliver a podcast that speaks to culture, sisterhood, moms and working women everywhere. Nothing is off limits when these two funny ladies get together to talk about life, love, motherhood, singleness, relationships, dating, pop culture, sex (or the lack thereof!) and everything in between. Raw, unfiltered and funny. That's what audiences can expect when Two Funny Mamas, Sherri and Kym, get on the mic!
 
Scholé Sisters is the podcast for the classical homeschooling mama who seeks to learn and grow while she’s helping her children learn and grow. Scholé Sisters is a casual conversation about topics that matter to those of us in the trenches of classical homeschooling who yearn for something more than just checking boxes and getting it all done. In each episode, we cover our Scholé Everyday (suggestions for inspiration and growth), and a topical discussion relying on principles we find in book ...
 
The Karina Talks Too Much Podcast is a place where women gather for inspiration, education and to engage in the sisterhood of running wild into our greatness. Listen in on my conversations with inspiring guests where we share #realtalk discussions about issues that face women every day in life and business. We talk too much about our daily habits in health and wellness, our mentorships and systems we use to rise up and get you excited about what your next steps could look like.
 
Claim the Stage is a podcast for women who want to learn more about the art of public speaking and speaking up in life. Hosted by Angela Lussier, an award-winning professional speaker, seven-time author, and CEO + founder of the Speaker Sisterhood, a network of public speaking clubs for women. Past guests include Seth Godin, Dorie Clark, Vanessa Van Edwards, Josh Shipp, Alexandra Franzen, and more. Learn more about joining a speaking club: www.speakersisterhood.com
 
Dr. Michelle Peris is a naturopathic doctor, community builder, women’s empowerment advocate and mother. Rebel Talk is a podcast and sisterhood with women who are leaning in and trusting the potential of their feminine power. Expect that these women are having candid and meaningful conversations about health and tapping into their intuitive self. You’ll also hear interviews with leading health practitioners and bold women who are owning their journey, one deliberate step at a time. Because w ...
 
Get ready to leave perfect behind. Reshma Saujani, founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, has run for office twice and failed. But exercising her bravery muscle led her to create a nonprofit that's reached 300,000 girls with its computer education programs and message of sisterhood. Join Reshma on her mission to show that being brave, not perfect, is the secret to changing the world. The award-winning Brave, Not Perfect podcast, based on Reshma's internationally bestselling book, brings you inte ...
 
33 minutes (or so) of time just for YOU... to turn off the outside chatter, tune into your heart and soul, and tap into Divine Feminine Wisdom to guide your life, career, relationships, and more. Hosted by transformational catalyst. women's leadership advisor, and best selling author, Christine Arylo, where mystic and MBA meet, she invokes, provokes and elevates you with ancient wisdom modified for your modern life. Tune in weekly for spiritual guidance, feminine power, self love, reflection ...
 
Sistahs Connect is a bi-weekly podcast that celebrates the spirit of sisterhood! The goal of Sistahs Connect is to empower, enlighten, and encourage women of color to see the beauty in what a loyal friendship can bring. The podcast emphasizes how nurturing and expanding a positive circle of sister-friends can have lifelong benefits. Hosted by Kimberly Sumpter, the podcast highlights interviews with close, personal friends she genuinely admires. These amazing women have inspired Kimberly thro ...
 
Women leaders from around the globe come together to share their wisdom of moving through fears, speaking their truth, taking action through challenges in life, and living in alignment with their values. Whether you prefer introversion, are a highly sensitive person, a creative, visionary, or change maker-listen to ordinary women who do extraordinary things because they embrace the unknown. Host Nicole Burgess licensed psychotherapist and Introvert Empowerment Coach, shares topics on mindful ...
 
Laurie and Eleanor Penny have a lot in common. A love of politics, feminism, fiction and philosophy. An obsession with Blackadder, Rocky Horror and red pandas. Oh, and — parents. Each week they’ll unpick one controversial idea in the modern political conversation. This is the secret feminist agenda for world domination that the internet warned you about.
 
The creation and building of a self sustaining sacred sanctuary and community for the North American (NA) born indigenous Blk female who has never known what it is like to have our men protect us. We do however know what it's like to be abused, exploited, molested, abandoned and yes sadly, even killed by them. It is high time, we looked down upon but very much overly relied upon melanin rich sistuhs told our own stories of what our lives have truly been like living in NA with Black men of al ...
 
I’m so tired of people pre judging, and ASSUMING they know. When you REALLY DONT. Take a break put all your assumptions and jaded one sided mind to the side, come with an open mind and get to know your Findomme Mistresses & Goddesses REAL SELF! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/SocietyVsRealLife/support
 
Silverlake Priestess hosted by Priestess, Musician, and Women's Empowerment Coach Jaime Black is a journey into one woman's story of discovering her Sacred Purpose and her ability to help other's do the same. Jaime delves into Women's Sacred Mysteries, Womb Wisdom, Sacred Sisterhood, Red Tents, Goddess Culture, Moon Circles, Ritual, Tarot Reading, Psychic Practice, witchcraft and more. Great for Women discovering their inner Priestess and wanting to connect to the ancient sisterhood.
 
Longtime friends and authors Krista Gilbert and Alexandra Kuykendall share relatable, practical and fun conversations on faith, motherhood and leadership. Often inviting another friend into the conversation, listeners will be inspired to take that next step, do that hard thing, and encourage their family and friends to do the same as they walk through the doors God opens. Let's be world changers for good right where we are!
 
The Home Before Dark Podcast Network currently offers the main Home Before Dark show as well as an Atlanta United FC Weekly podcast, both hosted by Kevin Bradley and Tim Herb. With more shows in the pipeline, the Home Before Dark Podcast Network is bringing you all the best Atlanta-based podcast content available today, covering a vast variety of content - video games, movies, television, pop culture, trivia, sports, the arts, and general lifestyle. Home Before Dark hearkens back to a time w ...
 
Welcome to this podcast from Bobbie Houston, Co-Global Senior Pastor of Hillsong Church and Founder of The Colour Sisterhood and Colour Conference. Colour is a global movement of everyday women, with hope in their heart and “change” in their step. A twenty-four year journey has seen this diverse and fabulous host of women help multitudes of others. If making the world a better place resonates with you, you belong within this miracle story. To find out more, please visit www.bobbiehouston.com ...
 
The Mimosa Sisterhood is a comedic storytelling podcast that celebrates the world's greatest women while drinking wine... and mimosas! PICTURE THIS: you and your best friends are sitting together at bottomless mimosa brunch taking turns telling each other about a badass woman you love and admire! Each story is raw, goofy, unfiltered, and includes the occasional f*bomb. Hey, you might even black out by noon.... but instead of drunk dialing your shit hole ex, you catwalk to the Uber radiating ...
 
The Girl Lab podcast is for girls 13+ to learn faith-based strategies, unshakable confidence & how to build an influencer reputation that will help you dream bigger & succeed. Want to overcome anxiety? Organize your life goals? Understand your feelings? Build life lasting friendships? Join the sisterhood @ Thegirllab.com
 
Join us as we explore history through the eyes of sisterhood. History often tells us that behind every great man is a strong woman. We see things a little differently. We think beside every strong woman is another strong woman, supporting her, influencing her, challenging her, hating or loving her. ​ We look into all of the rivalries, collaborations, frenemies and friendships that make up sisterhood. We hope you enjoy.
 
What is KOS Kommunity PodClass?* A Place for Brothers & Sistars to Unite!!!* A Place of Divine Principles - Love, Truth Peace, Freedom and Justice * A Place to Meet Ancient Knowledge * A Place for Adeptship and Mastery * From Self-Salvation into Deific Life How is the KOS Kommunity Beneficial? * Gives Ability to Learn the Language of Self* Acquire Tools and Solutions for All Matters* To Make GOD and MAN ONE (UNI) = (Universe)
 
Two soul sisters hanging out discussing taboo topics like: navigating motherhood, body hair, sexuality, periods, anything that tickles their ovaries. Here, you'll find reclamation of power, womb love, exploration of the spiritual + sexual self, vulnerability, celebration, sisterhood, & so much more. (Hosted by Isadora Orgasma & Venus Creciente.)Podcast also on SoundCloud and YouTube.
 
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In Episode 46, Aubree Summers from the Chick-Lit podcast joins Melissa on the mic to tell a boozy story about a woman shes admired since childhood! Melissa starts off by introducing Iris Apfel, the 99 year old woman fighting beauty standards and ageism in the fashion industry after signing a modeling contract at the raw age of 97! Next, Aubree tell…
 
Join us for our 26th S.Hood Instagram Live with Sarah Khiroya and Sarah Sparey. “In today’s S.Hood IG Live, I threw the morning to two wonderful Sarahs and campus pastors... Sarah Khiroya (Brisbane) and Sarah Sparey (Melbourne). It was a beautiful breath of fresh air! I hope you felt encouraged and uplifted... listen again here or flag to a friend.…
 
We are diving into the topic of hard conversations. There are some general principles that apply when having respectful, mutually honoring conversations around difficult topics, and then there are a few specific topics that carry a particularly heavy burden. Sexuality is one of those hot button issues of the day that triggers high emotions. We hear…
 
In this episode, Benedetta and Valeria share how the pandemic has forced their business to change, and how they’ve managed to stay positive throughout the entire process, despite losing their projected revenue for the whole of 2020. They dive into how their morning routine has changed their lives and changed how they approach life, business and eve…
 
In this episode I sit down with Leila Abdallah. On the first of February 2020 four of Leila's children and three cousins went off to buy ice cream. The children were hit by a speeding, drunk driver. Four of the children were killed, three were her's. Leila shares how this tragedy has affected her family, her faith and perfect strangers. Leila capti…
 
Tammy Kennington is a speaker and author who helps women overcome issues related to past abuse, parenting children with mental illness, and persevering in the hard places of life. With a Certificate in the Foundations of Trauma and after many years of healing from an abusive childhood, Tammy shares her story because someone needs to know God is in …
 
Do you know the indicators of when meditation isn’t working and what you can do instead? Guest Rebekka LaDyne, MS, SEP, member of the US association for Body Psychotherapy, a researcher, mind-body skills educator, and author has spent twenty-five years in the field of embodied well-being. After working in therapeutic mindfulness for 15 years, she s…
 
Imani Wilmot was born into a surfing family – her father is known as the 'godfather' of Jamaican surfing and her brothers are also avid boarders, so she took to it like a duck to water. She was good too, winning competitions and representing her country with pride. But she soon realised that she was the only top black female surfer at those competi…
 
Marva Yates who lives in London got in touch because she wanted us to talk about the importance of sisterhood throughout history... Marva and her sister Sabrina – who currently lives in New York - started the @sistoryuntold podcast about it during lockdown. They wanted not only to learn more about those often forgotten women of history but to show …
 
The domestic abuse story in EastEnders comes to a tragic end tonight. Chantelle is killed by her husband, Gray. We speak to the Head of Continuing Drama at BBC Studios, Kate Oates, and Sarah Davidge from Woman’s Aid, about how the storyline reflects the sharp rise in domestic violence during lockdown. Are you happy being naked in front of your chil…
 
Today’s discussion between Brandy, Pam, Mystie, and Abby centers on the differences between communities and networks as spelled out by John Taylor Gatto in his wonderful little book Dumbing Us Down. To which do you belong? Is there an ideal? There's a lot of food for thought in this episode. *** Registration for Loving Well is now open! Registratio…
 
Children’s author Jacqueline Wilson joins tells us about her new book Love Frankie about a teenager falling in love for the first time. Frankie lives with her two sisters and her recently divorced mum who is seriously ill with MS and is being bullied by a girl called Sally and her gang at school. But eventually the two girls strike up a friendship …
 
Artist Maleonn spent his childhood in the back of a theatre, watching his parents at work. Maleonn’s mother was an actress, and his father directed “very noisy” and “incredibly colourful” Beijing opera performances. Though his father was keen, Maleonn was determined not to follow in his directorial footsteps and instead chased his passion for art. …
 
Brent Underwood is a young American entrepreneur who spent his life savings on the remains of an abandoned 19th century mining town in California. He was fascinated by its Wild West history, but when he got trapped there by heavy snow earlier this year, all alone, the ghostly tales about the place began to feel all too real. Presenter: Emily Webb P…
 
Julia Gillard, once Prime Minister of Australia, and Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, economist and international development expert from Nigeria and also a woman with experience at the top of the Nigerian politics, have come together to explore women and leadership. They’ve written a book together and interviewed high profile global leaders who are women: …
 
The hot topic right now is online presentations and how to do them so you feel good and your audience pays attention. The areas of interest range from feeling comfortable in front of the camera to how to use the tech and engage the audience throughout your meeting. Fear not! I have answers for you and I even created an entire course on the subject …
 
Guest: Chel Kissler, founder of The Table, shares her story that led to her passion to invest in herself so she could invest in others. Healing happens in community and there is something special that happens when we gather around a table and get real, where we can share our stories and be accepted unconditionally, where we can be inspired and in t…
 
This is a Sistory Untold first! We are talking about not two but four sisters! These sisters also just so happen to be goddesses and some of the coolest stories we have ever told. So tune in this ep to find out about these amazing legendary sisters. Buckle up because these sisters have even more tension in their relationships than Marva and Sabrina…
 
Julie shares many reasons why yoga practitioners are including pre and post-natal yoga training to their toolbelt but also the reasons why every-day Moms are looking to courses like this too. In this episode, we talk candidly about the benefits of online education, building lasting relationships with clients, and... chocolate! Whats you're fav? Joi…
 
South African rugby star Siya Kolisi came from a poor township and tells Outlook's Mpho Lakaje about his journey from water boy to becoming the national team's first black captain and leading the Sprinboks to World Cup victory. Siya and his wife Rachel have set up a charity, The Kolisi Foundation, to help vulnerable and disadvantaged communities in…
 
The Comedy Women in Print Prize is the only literary prize in the UK and Ireland to spotlight funny writing by women. Now in its second year, it was launched by comedian and actress Helen Lederer in response to the lack of exposure for female comedy writing. The 2020 shortlist for Published Comic Novel included the likes of Candice Carty-Williams, …
 
Grab a cocktail and join us for happy hour with the hosts of Good Moms Bad Choices Podcast. If you are a new listener to Clit Talk, we would love to hear from you. Send us your juicy questions HERE! This Episode Is Sponsored By LetsGetChecked & Foria Wellness. Explore these Juicy Resources Let’s Get Checked Female Hormone Testing: Http://Trylgc.Com…
 
According to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights, three quarters of black women do not feel the NHS protects them equally. That's the findings of a poll it commissioned on being Black in the UK. The poll also highlights Black women's thoughts on their human rights and the police. We hear from Celine Henry who's one of the researchers,…
 
Louise Godbold shares her experience and knowledge on how trauma can affect us, what happens in the brain and how that might show in our behaviour and body. Lou shares examples from her work with clients, and personally as a Weinstein survivor to help us deal with our trauma or support those we care about. For this podcast, she joins FiLiA’s Sally …
 
Host Hatty Ashdown is happy once again to be back recording this episode at Soho radio in a lovely studio with a real life Esther Mantio in front of her - Comedian, Writer and mum of two ( Arab woman of the year nominee, BBC New Comedy award winner, , Published author of 'Don't Panic I'm Islamic) Esther has performed at our club Screaming with laug…
 
Ward has issued about ten releases of lyric-driven, stylish pop since 2003. We discuss the title track from Leonard at the Audit (2020), "Titans" from Diminish (2018), and the title track from Pulling Out (2008). Intro: "Sabbath" from Ward White Is the Matador (2014). End: "Bubble and Squeak," also from the new album. For info see wardwhite.net. He…
 
Laura Bates is founder of the Everyday Sexism Project. In her latest book, she traces the roots of extreme misogyny across a complex network of online groups from Pick Up Artists to Incels. Laura explains what attracts men and boys these movements.Blogger Stephanie Yeboah has been a part of the fat acceptance and body positive movement for years. H…
 
Being able to stay centered within uncertainty in normal times is challenging, but pile on all of the intensity happening right now that is igniting fear and chaos within and around us, and even the most seasoned yogini would fret, freeze, flail or fragment. Turn off the chatter outside and inside, and come to this session of Feminine Power Time, t…
 
Are you always just a bit late to everything – even when there isn’t an actual reason? Is your time-keeping a source of stress for you and others? Help is at hand. In the latest of our How To series, Jenni discusses how to be on time with Grace Pacie, author of LATE! A Time-bender’s guide to why we are late and how we can change, and therapist and …
 
Laura Bates is founder of the Everyday Sexism Project. In her latest book – Men Who Hate Women - she traces the roots of extreme misogyny across a complex network of online groups - extending from Men's Rights Activists and Pick up Artists to Men Going their Own Way, Trolls and the Incel movement.She explains how they operate and how she hopes draw…
 
With only five and a half months of training, Thomas Page McBee became the first transgender man to box at the famous Madison Square Garden arena in New York City. He's an author and journalist by trade so this was quite a departure for him. His journey to that day wasn’t driven by dreams of record-breaking, instead, it was prompted by a desire to …
 
Join us for our 25th S.Hood Instagram Live with Pastor Bobbie and Christine Caine. “Today’s S.Hood IG Live was definitely a fave as I got to chat with loyal and lifelong friend Christine Caine about the importance of perspective, planting, and the times we live in. It was a fun and inspiring morning. May need to do a part 2 because our time vanishe…
 
Today's show is taking a rare turn into the world of mental health and trauma and how it influences our ability to use our voice. My guest is Dr. Omar Reda, a board-certified psychiatrist, Harvard-trained trauma expert, and Founder of Project Untangled, a model of care for trauma survivors. He has extensive experience and expertise in trauma-inform…
 
In this episode we talk to Ruthie Zerai about her journey to knowing herself after a serious burnout and deciding to take a year sabbatical. Her experience of burnout, depression, anxiety and suicidal ideation got her curious about mental health and led her to lean into wellness. She also speaks about finding her individual identity as a child of E…
 
From flapper to femme fatale: Olive Thomas was the wild-living sex symbol of the jazz age and one of Hollywood's first starlets - but ended up dying in agony from poison in Paris Ritz 100 years ago. Suicide... or revenge of a jealous husband? Pamela Hutchinson, Film historian and critic specialising in silent cinema joins Jenni to discuss the story…
 
Today, Jesse Thistle is a celebrated professor of Indigenous history in Canada. But as a child, he was a high school drop-out, raised by his disciplinarian white paternal grandparents and cut off from his mother and his Métis Cree roots. It set him on a self-destructive path to drug addiction, homelessness and prison. In jail and in his 30s, Jesse …
 
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