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Fashion Conversations with Bronwyn Cosgrave is a bi-weekly interview series featuring lively discussions with artistic luminaries working at the forefront of fashion. Bronwyn’s guests include leading designers, best-selling authors, filmmakers, museum curators and Hollywood stylists. Her conversations go deep. Guests reveal the secrets to their artistry, thoughts on social issues impacting fashion and the personal challenges they’ve overcome realizing their dreams. Bronwyn is the author of b ...
 
Midlife, what does it mean to you? I believe that midlife is a place to recognize, reprioritize, and redefine your purpose. It’s a place of new beginnings, new personal growth, and new adventures! Midlife is a chance to release your outdated labels and begin designing your second-life journey. How? With heart-centered experts, tangible tools, and a supportive community. Why? Because if not now, then when!? Now that’s Real-Talk! I’m Ericka, your host and curator of zest. Let’s begin building ...
 
Grow your podcast with insights from talented podcasters, entrepreneurs, and industry insiders. Emmy-Nominated TV Journalist & Podcast Coach Christine O'Donnell uses the lessons she's learned after more than a decade in the news business and a few years in marketing to focus specifically on helping independent podcasters grow their shows. This goal of this podcast is to be a resource for growth, inspiration and community. Our guests include Libsyn's Elsie Escobar, Rob Greenlee, Erica Mandy, ...
 
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Melissa Battifarano was once known as “Rihanna’s right hand.” That’s how Vogue has described her work helping to establish Fenty Corp. as a fashion player with Rihanna. On the episode, Melissa unpacks how she created Fenty X Puma and Savage X Fenty with the diamond-drenched performer. She talks about how rising through the ranks of labels like Sean…
 
Timothy Han, the London-based Canadian founder of Timothy Han / Edition, reveals how his passion for literature, and his time assisting one of fashion’s greatest storytellers, John Galliano, inspired him to build his brand. To commemorate the passing of André Leon Talley, Tim harks back to a special moment during his Galliano days when he spent six…
 
Anastasia Ivchenko and Eugenia Skibina, founders of the boutique PR agency, Public Kitchen, explain how they helped to establish their city, Kyiv, as the most vibrant fashion capital in Eastern Europe. From Latvia’s capital Riga, where they are temporarily settled, they also share their heartbreaking story of escaping Ukraine in late March, a few d…
 
Midlife is a time when everything changes and oftentimes it feels like all at once. One of the biggest changes is your physical body. There's new and unfamiliar aches and pains that comes along with a consistent sense of discomfort. Oftentimes, it can be chalked up as part of the aging process, but what if it doesn't have to be that way? In fact, w…
 
Do you feel stuck in your midlife? A sense of knowing there has to be more for you, yet not knowing how to move beyond this feeling of stuck-ness? Could you believe that that feeling is trapped within your nervous system and your subconscious? If you said yes, how would you feel about being able to move beyond it so you may experience more of the f…
 
I'm honored to share today's guest with you as she is the reason why I found the courage to begin my podcast. So, it only feels fitting to share her story with you on this milestone episode 30. Nancy is a sales coach and mentor for female sales professionals of all ages. She is the host of the Sales Made Simple Podcast and the founder of the Five F…
 
Self-care. It seems to be a popular catchphrase these days, but what does it really mean? Midlife is an optimal time to begin putting self first again, yet it seems like such a foreign activity that can be riddled with guilt. So what can you do to optimize both of these topics in your life, perhaps create an action plan to support your needs and yo…
 
Question. If you're being honest with self, would you say that you've lost your inner sparkle, the insight, perspective, energy, and gumption that helps you take on your life with a sense of purpose, excitement, and zest? It's normal to feel like your sparkle has faded in midlife, and it's more than possible to reignite it as well, or as today's gu…
 
This is an episode for the mamas out there whose babies had the nerve to grow up and begin needing them less in their daily happenings of life. It's not like you don't know this was going to happen. So why does it feel gut wrenching at times? It can be challenging transition for you to surrender to because it's leaving a gaping hole in your why, yo…
 
After personal working with Michael due to a nagging neck pain that was continuing to have a real impact on how I was showing up in my own life. What he introduced to me, genuinely rocked my world both figuratively and literally. He made a real clear impression on me of why you need to be willing to experience different modalities and become an adv…
 
Food is such a big part of our lives. It's important for vital nutrients, healthy growth, and good energy for our bodies. But what happens when our eating habits are no longer supporting our optimal sense of wellbeing? Today, we're going to explore the topic of emotional eating with our guest and I know she's going to shed some real light to suppor…
 
Midlife is a time of new awakenings some are pleasant, and some may simple feel daunting. Wellness can certainly be in the category of overwhelm for many of us! The facts are your body has changed. The facts are most of your energy has been used in serving others over the decades leaving yourself feeling depleted. The fact is your health can determ…
 
Stuck, it seems to be an interchangeable theme for midlife! AND a feeling of being stuck in your own personal wellness can be a challenging hurdle to overcome, especially with all of life's shifts happening at once! You may know it's important, yet you're not clear in your personal why. You may know some benefits, yet you're not clear on how it cou…
 
I'm grateful to have today's guest on as she has supported me through such a personal journey with my digestion. Yup, the C- word!!! Constipation was becoming part of my day to day, along with it's negative- physical impacts. After working with Holly I'm happy to say it's no longer an issue, so I think it's only right to share her knowledge with yo…
 
I'm grateful to have my friend Courtney as our guest today, as she loves cheering other people on to overcome their challenges and feel success. I believe sometimes the biggest lights in life, find it difficult to be there for their own selves in challenging life moments. I appreciate Courtney coming on today to share with us her personal journey o…
 
Question, if you're in a role that allows you to be of valuable influence in others lives, how well do you practice your own valuable advice? How well do you allow yourself to be guided? AND What's it costing you to be present to the highest for everyone but yourself? This path is all too common for women and it's easy to understand why we may fall…
 
Midlife: Is it a place of struggle, or a place of ease? Is it a place of nothingness, or a place of bountiful, new beginnings? Is it a moment of staying stuck in being lost, or an opportunity to reveal one’s true self? No matter your answers to these questions, it brings you back to the same point … do you have a real choice in designing your midli…
 
Often times in life our roles can be so clear… daughter, sister, wife, mom, friend. Other times in life, the roles remain clear, yet they can shift in fulfillment, or even connection. Then there becomes an awareness that changes need to take place. Yet, the changes aren’t nearly as graceful. It may require courage in the face of uncertainty. It may…
 
Stress, it's a word that you've become familiar with, yet it doesn't mean you've learned to manage it well within your own life. The negative effects of stress are often talked about, while the societal tools of numbing and detachment are often considered normal coping skills. What if you flipped the script and embraced stress as a means to better …
 
Do you believe that your current mindset can have an impact on your ability to make money? Do you believe that your mindset is something that is solidly fixed, or fluid towards potential change? Do you recognize the ways your current mindset could be holding you back from your income potential? Luckily, our guest today has the knowledge to help us …
 
Inner peace can feel elusive at times due to the curve path of living life. Some curves we choose, while others come hurdling towards us unexpectedly. Regardless of the why the impacts can be similar on our emotions, our wellness and our sense of connection to self. It can leave us feeling depleted and lost. There can also be a sense of guilt as we…
 
Does the thought of spending time in your kitchen bring you a sense of joy, or a sense of dread? Does planning out meals for the week get you gitty, or looking for places you want to try on you door-dash app!? Dread and Door-Dash are certainly relatable sentiments, yet one of the best ways to reclaim your zest in midlife begins with the food you no…
 
My mom always said that 40 could feel like the new 60 when it comes to discovering new happenings in our bodies. It's the simple things like noticing the aches in our knees when walking down the stairs, feeling the tug in our low back when bending over to capture an item off the floor, and my personally favorite .. being cautious not to move my nec…
 
If you live long enough you soon begin to realize that life can bring challenges. Some you choose. Some you don’t, and some are simple life happenings. The one thing that’s a constant determination of how these challenges impact your life, is how you show up for yourself in process. It’s natural to be of service to those you care for in your life. …
 
Have you ever felt like midlife is a death sentence? Oddly enough, with all the changes that snowball, seemingly at the same time during this moment in life, it's not an odd question to consider after all. However, what would change if you pondered this thought instead? Can midlife be a time to redefine your wellness from the inside out? That persp…
 
Anthony's personal mission is to help others understand their past and present so they can shift their identity and elevate their life in business. Anthony relishes the opportunity to give keynotes, professional trainings and workshops to teach and empower people to take control of their lives and unlock the potential and success that awaits. One o…
 
Savira Gupta comes from a family of strong women rooted in the Arya Samaj tradition. This tradition wanted to revive the Vedic way of life and the need to create a just society for all despite color, caste or creed. Having spent her childhood in Malaysia, formative years in India, teenage years in France, and adult years both in the UK and USA, she…
 
How often do you pay attention to the patterns that are happening around you without question? For example, when you take a shower do you have the exact same pattern of how you go through your shower routine? For me, it’s always hair first, then body, then face, topped off with a final rinse and completed with asking our dog to move to the side, so…
 
Anne Poirier, author, intuitive eating counselor, body image coach and self-taught trainer. She supports and guides women regardless of size, shape or weight to become comfortable and confident in their bodies. So they can know they are worthy. She does this work because five and six year olds come home from school worried about and criticizing the…
 
Kerryn Hewson is an intuitive productivity coach. She supports women, mums and dads to connect with their intuition, develop their intuitive self-leadership and pursue their ambitions with ease and flow, excitement and fascination. She believes there are too many people not following their dreams because the only path they've been made aware of is …
 
So, how has Beginner’s Mindset been treating you thus far? Where you able to think of time that you were a beginner, or a time that you supported a loved one in being a beginner? What emotions came up for you and can you recall how you felt once you took the leap? Maybe ease wasn’t necessarily the first outcome, but I can imagine that eventually it…
 
Antonio is the author of four books including Stop Living on Autopilot Take Responsibility for Your Life and Rediscover a Bolder, Happier You. On his top self-improvement podcasts, The Antonio Neves Show. Antonio reminds people that no matter where they stand today, their story isn't over and it's time to believe and work like the best is ahead. An…
 
Annie Kip is a business positioning and mindset coach, helping entrepreneurs create businesses that integrate all of who they are into their work and life, so they can experience genuine confidence, ease and sustainable success. I'm looking forward to today's guest so much as i believe her work parallels nicely with the midlife journey. She works w…
 
When was the last time you considered yourself a beginner? Do you remember how it made you feel emotionally and physically? Where you ready to leap into action, or were you hesitant? Once you stepped into being uncomfortable with this new beginning, how long was it before you felt a sense of comfort, maybe even ease? Let’s note this pure fact; ease…
 
Keema Perry is a powerhouse creator and master money manifesto. She helps women over 40 to empower themselves, so they can manifest more abundance and freedom. Have you done all the right things in your lifetime only to come back feeling a bit empty on the inside. It's not your it's not that you're not happy in your life. It's more like the feeling…
 
7 Podcast Discovery Apps Helping Podcasters Grow - Part 1 of 2 (Podchaser vs Chartable vs Listenotes). This week we're talking about podcast discovery apps: what they are and how they can help indie podcasters grow. Currently, there is no ONE way people discover new shows. These Apps are all working in some way to solve that problem. Podchaser Char…
 
Tamara Payne is a certified success coach. She has created the life of her dreams and she loves helping others create their own dream life too. Nutrition, it seems to have many avenues from what we should be eating, to how we should be moving, to what's important to reduce our day to day stress. The one thing that seems to remain in common with all…
 
CEO of Moonbeam Mike Chambers says TikTok's "democratized discovery" system inspired him and friend Paul English (co-founder of Kayak) to create a new discovery app for podcasters. For the most part, podcasters who aren’t backed by big production companies or who don’t have tons of money to invest in advertising struggle to grow their audience. Cha…
 
Laura Cathcart Robbins talks about her “big break” into the podcasting world. She shares how she “got published,” her secrets to pitching, how she handles rejection and how her first paid speaking gig. Laura is a writer, recovery thriver and survivor. She’s also the host of the popular podcast: The Only One In The Room! Which is a podcast for anyon…
 
Erica Mandy’s podcast THE NEWSWORTHY has millions of downloads and is keeping people informed on what’s going on in the world in a fast, fair and fun way. Her daily podcast has sold out of mid-roll ads for the year! In this episode, She opens up about how she did it, she shares the bumps in her podcasting journey and how she’s “pivoted” her strateg…
 
Stephan Spencer, host of Marketing Speak and Get Yourself Optimized shares his SEO expertise. In this episode, you’ll learn the three most common SEO mistakes podcasters are making and how to master them. Spencer breaks down the benefits of episode transcriptions, optimizing your RSS feed and utilizing the number-two search engine: YouTube. What we…
 
Arielle Nissenblatt, Founder of Earbuds Podcast Collective, Podcaster, and Marketer walks us through how to get your podcast featured on listening Apps. She shares how she’s already got sponsors for her new podcast without proof of listenership and walks us through a day in her life. CLICK → Get A Shout Out! TAKEAWAYS: What makes a good podcast: In…
 
Are you “embracing risk to change the world?” Many podcasters are. Becoming A Dangerous Woman Author Pat Mitchell joins Christine for this week’s episode of Podcast Coaching. Mitchell is the Editorial Director of TEDWomen and the chair of the Sundance Institute Board. In this week’s episode, we talk about her experience with power in the media. The…
 
The Brooklyn-based artist, Patricia Treib, talks about her experience contributing to Valentino Des Ateliers Haute Couture. This is the critically acclaimed autumn/winter 2021 couture collection produced as a cultural exchange by Valentino's Creative Director, Paolo Piccioli, his Rome atelier and 17 international contemporary artists, including Pat…
 
LaunchPod Media co-founders John John Dinkel and Dee Kei Waddell help businesses fulfill their marketing goals through podcasts. Their podcasts have been featured by Apple Podcast 15 times and they have top shows in 13 countries. In this episode, they share how they successfully "game" their podcast analytics to grow their productions, so you can t…
 
Lexie Smith, PR Expert and Founder of The PR Bar – a coaching service which specializes in helping motivated entrepreneurs exponentially expand their impact, influence, and revenue through PR. FREE PR Tools: https://www.helpareporter.com/ https://podcastguests.com/ https://pitchrate.com/wphome/ Lexie’s Website: https://theprbarinc.com/ Christine’s …
 
Are you ready to get Zesty? Fantastic, because you’ve found the right place! Here at The Zestful Movement, we’re inspired to help you create your Midlife by Design. Whether you’re seeking to redefine your life’s purpose while re-prioritizing yourself. Or, looking to improve the relationships that matter most to you, while learning to celebrate your…
 
Alexander Fury is the men's fashion critic of the Financial Times newspaper and the fashion features director of AnOther magazine. He comes back on the show to discuss being front row at what he describes as the “first big return of physical fashion shows.” That is, the live presentations showcasing the Spring/Summer 2022 men’s ready-to-wear collec…
 
This week’s REPLAY episode features Carl Houde. Carl is the founder of Affogado Media, a company that offers editing and engineering services for podcasters. Within his business, Carl relies upon his technical skills in order to work on podcasts during their post-production stages so that his clients have content that is professional and worthy of …
 
Make your podcast production easier by recording live-to-tape. In this episode, you'll learn from podcast host and District Bliss founder Sara Alepin on why live-to-tape cuts down on production time, saves you money and connects you even more with your listeners. Learn how to spend less time in production even if interruptions happen. Did you enjoy…
 
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