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Grow, heal, thrive: Tips for single mompreneur survivor success. Helping divorced and single moms healing from narcissistic abuse take control of their time & avoid burnout so they can become financially liberated. You deserve to be happy. You deserve to have it all. And Audacious Mamas exists to help make that happen. Being a single mother means juggling everything – work, kids, family, friends, and yourself – but it doesn't have to feel impossible anymore. Host Steph Roberts and her Audaci ...
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This podcast has changed the personal and professional trajectory of my life. I dive deep into various domains with social innovators from around the world. I do this to widen the aperture of my lens. Socially. Intellectually. Culturally. And Spiritually. Each and every conversational experience has changed me. The velocity of change has been rather unexpected. I’ve also made a bunch of new friends along the way. One mission. Emotionally engaged long-form conversation. For which there are no ...
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Wild Shropshire is a ‘way of being’ in the world. Cultivated from the soil, pollinated by influences and engineered through experimentation. It’s an experience that not only demonstrates the skill of the artisans behind the plate and the storytellers behind the grape; but a deeper and more rooted desire, to develop a fully sustainable dining experi…
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Keeping it real here. Sharing my process of finding the right business model to sustain my business and keep life moving forward while managing my children's increased mental and physical needs. Introducting VIP Day Intensives as a solution for all the things you can't possibly do before Black Friday and the Holidays. And also as a fantastic offeri…
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Hey there! In this podcast, Steph talks about the three critical things you need to know about ChatGPT as a business person. The potential issues businesses face when using AI, specifically ChatGPT. We all want to be more productive but we definitely want to be mindful of some of the downside of AI tools. She points out that ChatGPT might not give …
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AI Problems People Aren't Talking About and Why You Should Care Steph has been discussing the use of AI for productivity. Here she focuses on being aware of the potential risks associated with using AI that people aren’t talking about but can have a major impact on your brand. Discussing the limitations of Chat GPT and problems we can run into if w…
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Anthony De Mello once wrote that; happiness is our natural state. That happiness - is in fact - the natural state of little children until a sustained exposure to the stupidity of society and culture, contaminates them. The material world frames happiness through a means of acquisition. The attainment of wealth and goods, through a pursuit of self-…
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Boost Your Productivity and Efficiency Instantly with ChatGPT and Descript This episode discusses the downside of using Chat GPT and how it can negatively impact SEO. Provides a solution to improve SEO rankings, as well as a mystery tool which may help with the primary problem of Chat GPT. The conversation then shifts to the struggles of being a si…
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There is a sound synonymous with devotional practices and sub-continental symphonies. A vibration from a twin-drummed instrument where its tonal depth is built into the hands of the musician. The instrument is the Tabla. And its composition – encoded in the musician – is a lexicon of love. Meet Dalbir Rattan. A Jedi of the percussive and mystical. …
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I've missed you! I love podcasting. I love creating content. And I so love being able to help people and earn a living. But, reality check, being a mom will interrupt business. Period. And these past two months have been rough. What we've all been through is something I wouldn't wish on anyone. And the amount of time, energy, and focus has been abo…
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There's no question that these are dark times. I accept that. Heaps of doom and gloom are being served to us, and it's nearly impossible to dodge. Important news and events impact our lives and the lives of fellow humans. But dwelling in the darkness doesn't serve us, and we will all be better off finding ways to reach for and stay in the light. I …
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Ambitions are cultivated by a stream of audacious and consistent actions. Actions that propel us beyond, self-imposed limits. And accelerate us past the fringe of our imaginations. Personally; I fear nothing more than potential; untapped and ambition; undiscovered. And through this conversation, I’ve discovered that the attainment of what – once – …
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Mother's Day - Honoring Moms through loss - celebrating YOU! Man, it has been a crazy wild last two years, and I was thinking about this episode and how to honor moms and all that moms have been through because I think of all that people have been through, the most significant weight has been put upon mothers and mother figures, caregivers, for sur…
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Avoid Burnout - learn from these Entrepreneurs and tap into intuitive guidance for your business Entrepreneurship can be a lonely and stressful journey. It's important to avoid burnout by learning from those who've been on the path just ahead of you. Tap into your intuition and let it guide you to success. I noticed some of the entrepreneurial wome…
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This last week was school vacation week for lots of us in the US. Many of us moms had kids with us full time at home, vacationing, or maybe you got lucky, and they were at a fun day camp. Whatever the case, everyone's schedule is different, and things shift around. Even the best-laid plans can result in challenges and disappointments. Sometimes, I …
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It's International Women's Day 2022, as I post this. I'm thrilled to feature Amy Wong, an incredible Mama who's an executive leadership coach advising leaders, executives, and teams on all things related to growth, transformation, and flow. Here Amy shares the lightbulb moment after she had her first child and how she's shifted out of the tradition…
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Kristy Carruthers was successful in her business after her second child was born it wasn't long before she found herself homeless with an infant and 5-year-old. She was determined to turn her life around for herself and her children and she did! She shares her inspiring story of overcoming her circumstances, creating a vision, and making it come to…
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Hey, all it's new year's Eve. And I just wanted to send a message to say that I hope you have an amazing 2022!! This year was intense. The last quarter was off the charts energetically. It was both good and bad. And I know many people are saying that it's a little bit like being on a see-saw and apparently that is not likely to change. So buckle up…
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As humans we seek belonging above all else. In our professional, physical, emotional and spiritual relationships. We survive, we achieve and we love through belonging. Our relationships within these domains are seasonal. More nuanced than the output of a planet’s axial tilt. We can embark on a new professional season with little or no change to a p…
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In this interview, I touch on a new research study that found one of the top 3 things people look for when considering a service is, "Do they have a nice website." I know, I wouldn't have thought that was so important! The second finding was a blog where you share your ideas. In the study, they found it equivalent to being a self-published or a NY …
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So many of us mamas in business are searching for help to get work done and get our time back. The struggle is real. But HOW do we find a Virtual Assistant or someone to do the work quickly? We need someone who can jump in with little training and a reasonable amount of direction and oversight. In this episode, I answer the following. How can I fin…
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There's a hustle, push push push mentality in the air with all entrepreneurs, and it's troublesome for women and moms who are bearing the heavy load of parenting and domestic chores. That's a FACT. This approach can lead to physical and mental burnout and a feeling of never being good enough or getting enough done. I'm calling B.S. on this idea. I …
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Cultures were forged by the food they consume and the ingredients that they once traded. Centuries of specialised crafts – which are still livelihoods – were developed around animal-based products. I’m becoming more aware of how the rapidly changing global narrative around meat consumption is unfairly denigrating cultural identities. Industrialisat…
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My special guest is Robbin McManne is a Certified Parent Coach, author, podcaster, speaker, and consultant for the international personal development app, LiveMORE. She also sits on the Expert Panel and contributes to Newsweek Magazine. We cover everything from parenting special needs of ADHD, OCD, SPD to technology, signs of addiction, how to get …
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Meet Rev. Jeff Grant. Once a drifter. Now a traveller. One who through suffering, pain and wreckage discovered a community. Hiding in the shadows. Under the abject shame of rejection. A community providing acceptance and belonging to fellow travellers. Rev. Jeff is an ordained minister serving the white-collar justice community. His position holds …
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We've been through colossal change collectively this last year. So when I saw the research by EvolveMKD, I knew I needed to share it on the podcast. They found a strong link between communication and mental health in women, and some of it flies in the face of the idea that we are better communicators. In this episode, I share some of the key findin…
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Dr. Karen Osburn and I talk about the health and wellness company we joined and the fantastic compensation plan that fueled us with hope and excitement for our future. We discuss the main reasons we think it's a huge opportunity for women looking to build a flexible business with extremely high-income potential. We share some of our disappointing e…
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I interviewed Judy Giovangelo, energy worker, healer, artist, and founder of Ben Speaks, her non-profit raising awareness for highly sensitive kids who are at risk for self-harm and suicide. Judy lost her son Ben to suicide when he was just 18. She and Ben made heroic progress over his 18 years and learned ways for him to cope with all the energy a…
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Vanessa Osage is a journeywoman. On a voyage of remediation to mend a loophole in the schooling system. One that has concealed the historic sexual exploitation of children. And a governance model – that unfortunately – still fails to adequately protect and serve our most treasured assets. Our children. Vanessa is a sexuality educator, president of …
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Mother's Day is a tricky time of the year. We take time time to reflect on our mother-daughter relationships. And it's also a time to celebrate the love of all mothers in the world. This year, Caroline Nadine Helsing can celebrate by knowing her book about her mom came to life. She captured the essence of her mom by writing a memoir, a beautiful tr…
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Lots of us are totally fine with our podcast website and we don't give a second thought. On the other hand, there are plenty who dream of a better website but don't think they can afford it. I get it. I was pushed to look for a quick and easy solution and happily found an awesome platform that pulled my site together fast and it was SUPER EASY!! In…
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Candice Mama knows how to make an entrance. A humanitarian. An author. And an ambassador for post-conflict reconciliation. Featured in Vogue Magazine and recognised by the African Union as one of the top inspiring women of our present. And a former face of Mac Cosmetics South Africa. Candice’s personal story of forgiveness and transformation has be…
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The Clubhouse app isn't exactly new, but it does seem to be catching on, and maybe you've heard about it for a while, but you haven't felt compelled to jump in. Or perhaps you want to stay the course and avoid yet another social media. I get it! Time is scarce, and the question of whether it's worth jumping to another platform is legit. Here I expl…
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An iconic writer, author and political activist. A friend to literary figures that have influenced civil rights movements and world leaders. An integral spoke in a wheel of influence – Farrukh Dhondy. Farrukh’s career achievements are self-evident. A diverse body of work that spans decades to a rich set of acquaintances that he holds so dear. Read …
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Laurie Wright is an example of patient persistence and going with the flow when inspired. Laurie shares her inspiration to write her first book and the many years that passed before she had the courage and time as a busy mom to dive and do something with it. This interview is timely because Laurie's books are all about supporting kids, something al…
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When we are attracted to those who are successful or inspire us. It’s their innate ability to tell a story. That’s the attribute that charms us and creates a spark. A spark is likely to catalyse a physical or emotional connection. And it’s from this connection that the storyteller can truly showcase their message, their brand and their goal. This i…
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Emma Ferrick embodies all things this podcast stands for. She's a young mother who survived a dangerous domestic violence relationship and found the support and internal strength to reach for a better life when many in her condition would be paralyzed by fear. Her reality was a catalyst for extreme growth and pursuit of career goals that liberated …
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We've never before been in a time like this. Life is a giant rollercoaster, and events are intense and changing rapidly. The mental and emotional toll of all of it has put us in a place we've never experienced before. Never before have I seen the need to be hyper-aware of my mindset, energy, consciousness. And when I fail to stay conscious, I slip …
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The human condition is a complex and unpredictable amalgamation of multiple intelligence characteristics. Our ability to make effective decisions requires us to make linguistic, spatial, emotional and ethical judgements. Artificial Intelligence doesn’t yet cover everything we perceive to be intelligence. Computer-based data models, assumptions, alg…
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Conflict is a regular occurrence in business, work and life. I often walk away from a difficult conversation and later kick myself when I realise what I should have said. I like to believe that I’m a fairly empathetic individual. Many of the characteristics around empathy are key to effectively engaging in a difficult conversation. However, my vers…
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I’m super excited to share my conversation with a new friend; Craig Stanland. His story is quite unconventional. Craig defrauded Cisco at a tune of just over $1m and was incarcerated for his crime in a federal prison in Connecticut. Each time Craig hit the enter button to process a fraudulent transaction, he wasn’t just funding a lifestyle. He was …
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There is sufficient venture capitalist funding for every business to become a positive impact business. With this in mind, what is the formula for launching a successful startup?… Generate ideas, test ideas, execute on an idea, fail, then rinse-and-repeat… Fairly simple right? Read more...By Bobby Jagdev
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In September of 2020, a reported 865K women left the workforce in the US. Many of these women are caregivers and moms who felt they had no choice but to step away from work to keep their children's education on track and keep their family intact. In this episode, I share some stats, helpful resources I've found for you to gain support, learn skills…
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There is a solution and an accelerant in meeting global carbon to net-zero emission targets. One that has provided two-generations of proven clean energy. Chernobyl, Fukushima and Three Mile Island induce an atomic anxiety. However, fossil fuels have had far greater people and ecological impact, than any nuclear fallout in history. Read more...…
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In this episode, I unwrap the employee experience with my guest and good friend John Wallace. John and I have worked closely together for several years on global HR change initiatives. Right now, we are both navigating the same commercial challenges of our ever-changing present whilst also attempting to define our future trajectory. Read more...…
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Matthew Dytkowski takes you into the world of Phreaking. A subculture of phone hacking enthusiasts who exploited loopholes in the telephony system. Matthew and his friends soon redirected this passion for networking and comms into establishing an accidental startup. They built and sold one of the first Internet Service Providers in Swiebodzin, Pola…
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In this episode, my guest Mike Mcilory takes you on a journey from 1970’s Liverpool to the modern world at this present time. Mike spent his formative years growing up in the recession-hit city of Liverpool. We explore how his environment in the 70’s not only shaped Mike but became the underpinning principles to why he co-founded Liberas Solutions.…
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Aldi is the UK’s 5th largest grocery retailer and has always had a reputation for staying behind the digital curve. This episode explores some of the bizarre history behind Aldi’s purposeful delay in adopting consumer-facing digitisation. Surely won’t they lose out to their competition by not keeping up pace? Read more...…
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