Best Womeninbusinessetc podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Inspiration, clarity, confidence and wholehearted growth strategies, the Podcast es[ecially for women in their 40's and beyond who know the business and personal development go hand in hand. Angela Raspass hosts expansive conversations with women around the world who are stepping into their Next Chapters in business and life, discussing their paths, challenges and triumphs.
 
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Donna Brown has always been deeply committed to helping people be the best they can be in her 30+ years of work in design, media and business. By digging below the surface, she has helped individuals and business leaders lean into purpose by honouring their interests, talents and natures and having them consciously decide “what do I want my lif ...…
 
Ana Kazan is a specialist in Leadership Development theory and innovation with a 20-year background in journalism. She has a Masters in Communication, a PHD in International Self-Leadership and is the co-author of Self-Leadership – how to become a more successful, efficient and effective leader from the inside out. That in and of itself is an i ...…
 
I’m finally back Podcasting after a long break! I know that for me time and space for creativity, consideration and relaxation is essential so that I can contribute at the highest level, and I have so much to share with you in 2019. In this episode, I am introducing you to The Next Chapter Model. I realised that within all of the interviews I h ...…
 
As the year draws to a close, we all look back at how things have gone. Unfortunately, we have a natural negativity bias built into our brains and thus, can then focus on what we didn’t achieve in the year, rather than what we did! It ‘s important to reverse gap yourself evenly. Rare is the person who managed to hit all their goals in any given ...…
 
Clare Dea is the epitome of the entrepreneurial spirit in action from a young age. At the age of 8 when her Dad was retrenched and her ballet lessons needed to pause, Clare decided she would solve the problem. I asked myself “How can I make the money to pay for them?. My inner entrepreneur was born and I became a busker for the next 8 years, ge ...…
 
Alison has had an enduring love affair with books since she was a little girl and so when it came time to choose a career, faced with the options of becoming a Ballerina or Lawyer or moving into Publishing, it was an easy choice! “I was entering the world of publishing as the age old rules were changing and the industry was being disrupted and ...…
 
Jo has always been drawn to creating community, fascinated by helping people to connect with a social purpose. Back when she was much younger, this commitment was played out with starting Barbie and Penfriend Clubs and a desire for her own magazine. “I just wanted to have a club, with members and it’s only now that I look back that I can connec ...…
 
“I’ll help you build relationships rather than just a network” is how Robbie Samuels describes his core business focus, a passion that was inspired by his own experience in Boston, “not the friendliest of cities”. “Before starting my own speaking, coaching and consulting business, I was involved in the fundraising industry and the Meetups I sta ...…
 
It’s not everyday I get to speak with a self-confessed “misfit entrepreneur” who willingly admits that “becoming an entrepreneur was never a part of my game plan”, and Kate Toon is no everyday woman! Kate is well known as a Search Engine optimisation lover (and we cheerfully demystify SEO and give you loads of practical actions you can take in ...…
 
“A well written article can be transformational for your readers”, says Sean D’Souza, the founder of Psychotactics. “It has the power to educate, inform and entertain and with a good structure at your fingertips, you can overcome the myth of writers block, the myth of it’s all been said before and the myth that it’s a difficult skill to master ...…
 
Leanne O’Sullivan has spent more than 18 years immersed in the online space, firstly as the co-founder of agency Big Blue Digital, then adding her own off-shoot, Summit School with Leanne O. She has seen the online world change considerably in that time and has developed a streamlined approach to developing a digital ecosystem that helps you to ...…
 
You need to be visible to have an impact and make a difference with Your Next Chapter Business. You may have exactly what someone need to close the gap they have. But if they can’t find you, they can’t be exposed to your solutions, your stories and your experience. So it’s time to create a simple Visibility Plan that leverages your skills and m ...…
 
Suzy’s story of gradually moving ever closer to her sweet spot of purpose will likely sound familiar. A definite deep desire to follow a certain path, but an initial lack of self-belief hits the pause button and then life itself intervenes and a detour takes place.
 
Carol spent 27 years as a journalist before morphing into a PR specialist. But she never quite settled in the industry, although she was talented and by all measurements, a great success. A PR role at the UN opened a new door for her and she discovered, and fell in love with, the world of Fundraising. “I believed what I was writing and speaking ...…
 
Like so many women who are also Mums, Cat had put her kids and husband first, right up the top of the Priority Totem Poll. Years were spent on the road delivering her elite sports kids to events, fundraising and on planes. She even home-schooled them towards the end of their high school years so they could juggle school and competing.…
 
During the last five years in the corporate world, it became increasingly obvious to Tammy that she was not living her purpose. A volunteer role at a women’s shelter in her spare time opened a new door where she discovered an absolute love of counselling and social work. This led to graduate study in Clinical Counselling and a now 20+ year care ...…
 
“Liam, my 18 year old son, died on November the 5th, 2015. He had just taken his sister to the bus stop. He was worried about being late, he drove to fat, he lost control and he hit a tree. I lived for the next 15 months with a kernel of wishing it was all a bad dream. What sort of Mother was I, if I couldn’t keep my son safe?” I’ve worked so h ...…
 
After a career I banking that she “fell into”, and the significant life change that divorce often heralds, Carolyn stepped away from the corporate world and started her own marketing business. She quickly became well regarded in the small business marketing world, publishing “Small Business Marketing for Dummies” and “Small Business, Big Brand” ...…
 
From the earliest days of teenage angst, locked away in my bedroom journaling intensely, I seem to have been asking the question “what am I here for???” I still check in with that question today. Quite regularly. But now, rather than seeking a lightening bolt of inspiration from the sky, I’m asking it to pivot, to stay on my path, to ensure I a ...…
 
“I’d had my fair share of challenges and turning points” said Cas McCullough in our wholehearted conversation. “A life threatening ectopic pregnancy, divorce, children with health issues, work demands, business trials… It would be easy to stay in victim mode, but I prefer to be a survivor. And after all, drama and ups and down are all part of t ...…
 
A passionate focus on making a difference and a contribution with Your Next Chapter Business is so very important. At this stage of life, that feeling of fulfilment and significance is vital – soul food even. But even the most passionate of business owners would soon feel deflated if they did not have actual clients to work with! I’ve heard the ...…
 
Many of us think about how we can make a tangible difference in the world. We read about so many wonderful people who, upon seeing a need, make the decision to do something about it. They step up and give back selflessly and inspire others to do the same. Liz Davidson is one such woman and I am delighted and honoured to know her, and to be in h ...…
 
Barbara Huson (nee: Stanny) grew up wealthy. Her Father was the R in the famous H&R Block who impressed upon her the unspoken assumption that she could always “let a man take care of you”. This perspective had a significant impact of her life, allowing the belief that “money was not her thing” to influence her thoughts, actions and…. inaction.…
 
"I know now that I was largely unconscious in my 20’s. I was simply living, like most of us do. And then I was plunged into the abyss at 32 when my partner died, everything changed. I was in therapy for a year. I moved away from the city to be near the water. I slowly began to piece myself together; I began to emerge form the cocoon I had spun ...…
 
As the end of 2017 draws ever nearer, we need to take the time to review our year, to consider what went well, what didn’t go quite as planned and what you will continue, change, let go of and introduce for the new year. In my Mastermind end of year review sessions, we talk about how the year can deliver curve balls, medicine balls and wrecking ...…
 
“I’ve realised why women are often not as successful in business as they can be” says Louise Laffey. “There’s such a battle going on between the push and pull energies. We live in a modern world where there is such financial pressure and our heads tell us to work towards that definition of success, but our hearts are just not happy.…
 
Emma and Audrey literally had one of those classic “eyes meeting across a crowded room” moments many years ago when they were both at a Coach Training event in Melbourne.
 
When her coach told Karen that “it was obvious she wanted to start her own business”, even though she knew it was true, she froze. She knew she was unhappy. An accountant by trade, her 25 year career had brought a great deal of success, but she had changed and so had the company she worked for. She knew she wanted more but the risk of letting g ...…
 
Leanne O’Sullivan has been a business owner for over 18 years and, as you can imagine, has seen the digital landscape expand and change considerably in that time. “I’ve found that the small business journey, whilst immensely rewarding, is not for the faint-hearted. Babies and small children at your feet whilst growing a business? Not recommende ...…
 
The first step into Sarahs Next Chapter came when her children, a daughter, and twin boys, were born within a short period of time. “I needed to leave, as my then husband was traveling a lot and it was just not feasible for two corporate careers to coincide. But even though I did make the choice, I struggled with the loss of identity. It took m ...…
 
I believe that having a strong “Circle of Support” – practices to help you stay physically, emotionally and spiritually buoyant and connections, community and mentoring to build your mindset and boost your growth, is a vital part of your Next Chapter journey.
 
How do you see your personal brand? How do others perceive you? How can you align the two for Brand Clarity? Diane Diaz, the Brand Teacher shares how you can develop distinct brand personality, clarity and alignment in an episode that’s rich with insights and guidance for all Next Chapter Businesswomen. If you are enjoying this show, please tak ...…
 
Ten years ago is when the journey began… illness, major surgery, divorce and the need to take care of 3 young boys on her own, this Next Chapter had a tough beginning for Jenny. “How an I earn a living and maintain my sanity without a safety net” was the biggest question that she needed to address.
 
Emma had always been drawn to making the world more beautiful. As an artist in Switzerland she taught adults how to paint and completed commissions for her own clients as she raised her children. But when her family moved to Sydney the door to her Next Chapter as flung wide open in ways she could not have imagined. The GFC hit hard the family h ...…
 
With a background in journalism – “serious” journalism, Karenna never expected the flavour and focus of her eventual Next Chapter to encompass helping women to find love and improve their relationships. She enjoyed the challenge of news journalism, was enticed by broadcasting and was anchored in the value of tangible success by her academic fam ...…
 
“I loved it until I didn’t anymore” is the way Shelli described her feelings about her corporate career with Proctor and Gamble. By all measurements it had been a very successful experience, with Shelli rising to the top with her leadership, project management, event planning and teaching skills. But it was time for a change. Her own Next Chapt ...…
 
A lifetime of chronic pain subsided when Kristen discovered Pilates and this incredible experience opened the door to what she knows is her life’s’ work - “helping people to enjoy being in their body” as they bring Pilates into their everyday life for strength, flexibility and longevity.
 
It was testing the concept of mini experiments out for herself that helped Nikki Smith to truly understand the power of starting small, going slow and trying on a next chapter for size before fully committing, boots and all.
 
One of the things I am asked most often in my Clarity Sessions is “how do I package my services?”. And it’s a great question, as this is the backbone of your business and what I call your “Offer Staircase”.
 
Larissa Halls from Everyday Inspiration and I catch up for our monthly wholehearted conversation where we focus in on juicy topics in the areas of Mindset, Motivation, Psychology and more…. This month we dig down into the concepts of self-support and self-advocacy as essential tools and philosophies for your Next Chapter Journey. If you are enj ...…
 
In 2009 Brenda and her family arrived in Tasmania from South Africa. It was a dream come true, a breath of fresh air, a safe haven and the opportunity to start afresh after a corporate career. But it was also a shock. “I not very domesticated, and didn’t do well in captivity” laughed Brenda when we spoke. “And to be honest, I felt as though I h ...…
 
Just over 30 yeas ago Lynn Robinson arrived at the funeral of a friend and heard a voice telling her to “please sit here”, beside a woman that she did not know. She took her seat, but when she looked around to thank the speaker, there was no one physically there. In a beautiful example of divine timing, universal support and the importance of f ...…
 
Angella Johnson did all the right things in her business. She followed the formula. Took on board the advice. Implemented like crazy. Soared past the coveted six figures and then some… From the outside looking in you’d think everything was fabulous. But feelings of heaviness and obligation were her reality and burn out and dissatisfaction were ...…
 
Russ Harris is the author of The Happiness Trap, The Confidence Gap and the Reality Slap amongst many others. I was first exposed to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy through these books and am delighted to share his insights about how you can rise up in the face of challenges in this episode. If you are enjoying this show, please take a moment ...…
 
Penney was, in her own words, “terrified” when she left her corporate job, wondering how on earth she would ever be paid again. That’s a familiar feeling for many of us who step out into a whole new world when we leave the security of a weekly paycheck behind. It wasn’t easy at first, but Penney soon began to realise that trial and error and th ...…
 
Larissa Halls from Everyday Inspiration and I catch up for our monthly wholehearted conversation where we focus in on juicy topics in the areas of Mindset, Motivation, Psychology and more…. This month we dig down into the fallacy of there being a specific timetable for business growth and success that we all need to follow. We’re keen to dispel ...…
 
It was a slow wake up, a resurfacing for Veronica. A growing realisation that she was no longer willing to follow other people’s agendas or help to build other people’s dreams. Although her career to date had been fulfilling and impactful and definitely successful by any means of measurement, it was time for change. It was her turn. Her time to ...…
 
Colleen Darby has always been an artist but at a young age she was told that she “needed to earn a living” and so her artistic talent and dreams were put on the back shelf. But strong dreams often have a way of staying around and years later, when her Marketing Director position was rocked by a significant pay cut, she had dinner with her husba ...…
 
One of the “secret weapons” of my business and life is Larisa Halls from Everyday Inspiration. Larissa has helped me work through many of the mindset challenges that inevitably pop up when you are committed to expansion and her insights, provocative questions and ability to facilitate deep self-awareness and change over time has been invaluable ...…
 
February is the new January in my world! Or at least that’s the way it has been in 2017… I’ve begun the year a little later than usual and, rather than default to my old patterns of berating myself over what I haven’t done, I’m choosing to embrace what I have and what I will instead. And that means leaning into intuition in 2017 and making some ...…
 
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