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Girls Who Do Stuff

Jenny Midgley and Sarah Madras

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Come as you are with the courage to speak up and tell a better story. A raw and real podcast from two courageous women making an impact in their communities by helping guests share their unique stories. Your hosts Jenny and Sarah are soul sisters with a passion for creating a space for authentic storytelling. Their guests will make you laugh, cry, and leave you with all-the-feels while you learn from thought leaders like entrepreneurs, influencers, coaches, real estate moguls, speakers, real ...
 
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In This Episode: Most men do not have a safe place. So who do they talk about their stuff with? Sadly, no one. We talk about why that is. What are men most afraid of? Vulnerability. Are women attracted to strength and confidence? Do men feel like vulnerability is a lack of confidence. We talk about how the last generation modeled manhood for this g…
 
In This Episode: Christina Marie Noel has spent the last eight years focused on understanding what it takes to build & grow mission-driven organizations. Christina has interviewed more than 50 world-changing leaders on how to design a life with a purpose for the Arc Benders storytelling project. She is a certified marketing consultant who owns a Ce…
 
In This Episode: Tiffany has spent the past 7 years in the network marketing industry growing a multiple-six-figure business. And now she taking everything I've learned about creating a brand on social media and sharing it with the Girls Who Do Stuff. Tiffany explains what social selling is: it's an all-encompassing industry involving selling produ…
 
He went to UNC-Chapel Hill for his undergrad and did an internship with the Charlotte Hornets in their marketing department. He then fell in love with economic development and worked in downtown Durham for 12 years revitalizing downtown. He then decided to try his hand at modeling. He posted every day to his Instagram and the things that got the mo…
 
In This Episode: Jane is creating really great software for photographers, called Picsello, which sets out to help photographers manage, market, and monetize their business on one intuitive platform. Despite the common understanding, photography is actually really hard to do and very expensive and time-consuming. Picsello launched in January to a s…
 
We talk about Jessica's new book, "I Almost Cancelled: Showing Up When Fear Tells You to Stay Home." Jessica Bettencourt knows what it’s like to face rejection, feel like she doesn’t belong, and second-guess big decisions. But she also knows that we have to face fear and risk failure to live out our calling. In I Almost Cancelled, Jessica shares ho…
 
In This Episode: The rules for this episode are simple. Sarah and Jenny pick their top five shows to binge. Do they pick just five? Probably not... We answer the hard-hitting questions that really make a difference... Like what to watch next. Jenny talks about watching Arrow on the CW and the research she did before committing, she didn't realize w…
 
As a teenager in the buckle of the Bible Belt, Zack Hunt was convinced the rapture would happen at any moment. Being ready meant never missing church, never sinning, and always listening to Christian radio. But when the rapture didn't happen, Hunt's tightly wound faith began to fray. If he had been wrong about the rapture, what else about his faith…
 
In This Episode: Darnell shares about what he does and how he mentors young business owners on how to save time and impact lives. Darnell tells about his journey of how he got into this line of work, starting with drawing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He has learned that his mission is to create the straightest line possible between what a person's…
 
In this episode, the guest is Katie Brinkley from a boutique digital marketing agency based just outside Denver in Littleton, Colorado. In today’s saturated digital world, she takes a creative approach to make your brand stand out – and get results. Katie talks about where her favorite place to buy clothes is from a local apparel store, Ohana. Kati…
 
In This Episode: Jo talks about her new merch store that's online now. We learn that country songs don't translate to Canadian. Jo invite the girls who do stuff onto her podcast Jo talks about how she really loves communicating to people in person, the podcast and TikTok is great but she really is energized by teaching and speaking to groups. When …
 
The kids are in the studio! It was a bit crazy. We took the opportunity to talk about expectations, work-life balance, and giving yourself grace as a "MOM-BOSS." Hear clips from our kid's adorable and sometimes challenging answers to our questions. Like when asked what questions they have for us, we got "Why do you spend so much time at work?" Pare…
 
In This Episode: We talk about boundaries by joining Sarah and Jenny mid conflict about a scheduling issue. We discuss using your personal cell phone as your business phone, the good the bad and the ugly. We discuss the differences of boundaries for men and women in our society. We talk about social media marketing and people who have been "told" t…
 
More about Katelyn from her website KatelynScottPhotography.com: Hi All! My name is Katelyn, and I am the boss lady behind Katelyn Scott Photography, once formally known as Kali Klicks. If you are curious about the name change and rebrand hop into the blog and read all about it. I am based in Raleigh, NC, and have traveled as far as Australia to ca…
 
In This Episode: Scott focuses on helping business owners grow their businesses through coaching. The Kolbe Index is a personality assessment that focuses on ‘Action Modes’, Scott recommends that anybody who wants to improve the efficiency of their work habits take this. Especially entrepreneurs and coaches! Scott goes over the Girls Who Do Stuff s…
 
In This Episode: The pelvic floor is a collection of muscles that sit at the base of your pelvis like a hammock. We talk about Kundalini (get your mind out of the gutter.) Most people hear of pelvic floor PT after a baby. We talk about how basic healing principles when applied to postpartum can mean most doctors say wait six weeks and you're good. …
 
In This Episode: Kizzy Kittrell Dogan, is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of T&G Commercial Cleaning, LLC, Founder of Love Circle Inc, Author of Thirteen: Lessons for Every Teen Girl's Journey to Womanhood, Contributor to IamTeenStrong.com, Workshop Facilitator, and Keynote Speaker. Kizzy transforms and empowers teen girls to discover their purpo…
 
In This Episode: Chauncey’s been a published writer, serial creative entrepreneur, and ad agency brand strategist for 18 years. She’s lived in New York, Paris, Biarritz, Barcelona, Miami, and South Carolina. She co-founded and was the Creative Director of a documentary storytelling company called Show Love with clients that include Comcast, Timex, …
 
In This Episode: One woman out of four will be impacted by Endometriosis. It's a chronic illness that affects women with numerous symptoms that make it hard to diagnose. People often confuse the symptoms of Endometriosis with PMS pain leading many to go undiagnosed. We talk about how it is important for women to educate themselves and learn to advo…
 
In This Episode: Cindy answers the question, "Wouldn't it be cool if... you had a mentor to guide you as you build your Homeschooling foundations?" Cindy shares strategies, resources, and guidance to create experience-based curricular plans in alignment with your child's age, academic abilities, and learning needs, along with infusing mindset devel…
 
In This Episode: We talk with Kristi Sullivan - Wellness/health influencer and author, Human Design/communications practitioner, yoga instructor, holistic/nonprofit business consultant, marketing advisor, resource connector. Human Design is your energetic blueprint based on your birth date. Human Design is a system that's been around since the eigh…
 
In This Episode: At the recommendation of my cardiologist, Karen became a WomenHeart Champion Community Educator, trained by the Mayo Clinic. She discovered that women’s heart disease is often under-diagnosed or misdiagnosed and very misunderstood by most people, including many in the medical community. As a community educator, Karen presents infor…
 
In this episode of the Exit Strategy, we are joined in the studio by the hosts of the Girls That Do Stuff podcast, Sarah Madras and Jenny Midgley. Elizebeth and Sarah talk about how they don't necessarily want or push people to get a divorce, their job is to come to the best solution to everyone's problems. Although many people who have gotten as f…
 
Learn more at SystemToThrive.com Alyson Lex 0:00 To the Okay, so that way you can hit record. I have been avoiding hosting a summit since I did my first summit My only summit in 2013. So I don't know, brighter for a reason you do the math on that. It's a lot of years between my first summit and my second summit, which is coming up in just a couple …
 
On this bonus holiday episode of Through The Marketing Lens, we are diving into one shift you can make in your marketing that will have an incredible impact on your business. Now more than ever before, consumers want to know and trust the brands that they buy from. Whether you're a product or service-based business, this one genius change to increa…
 
We are honored to share this episode of Unlearn16: Class in Session. For this episode I get to sit down with the Queen of Baseball, the Master of the Betty Rubble laugh and Tina's hot new girlfriend on the L Word - ROSIE 'FREAKIN' O'DONNELL!! Special thanks to TheArcade.ca and Jon Corbin for hosting this episode - they made all my tech fears melt a…
 
A perfectionist fantasy is a fantasy about being perfect because you erroneously believe that if you were perfect, then you’d create the results you want. So for example, if you stick to your diet perfectly then you’d lose the weight and have the body you crave. (And you’d finally be happy, proud, confident - all the feelings you think losing weigh…
 
In This Episode: We talk about our retrospective of 2021, our favorite episodes, and more. Jenny shares her experiences with AirBnB and her experiences, but then the conversation turned to how Airbnb is a reflection of Sarah's money mindset. Joe goes on a tangent about how he would like to see themed Airbnb rooms that are replicas of the sets for v…
 
In This Episode: We talk about the positive side of TikTok, the validation and community that it can provide for people who are being authentic to who they are. How do you find the balance between finding the harmony between stretching outside of your comfort zone and still being authentic and true to yourself? We talk about that. Joanna shares abo…
 
In This Episode: We talk about the setups and social programming we have around marriage that make it difficult for things to last forever. Our partner shouldn't be our better half, we should both be whole. Karine encourages people to not expect their partner to fulfill them, this informs a lot of the other things that can go wrong in your relation…
 
In This Episode: Kasey Kyprianou is the owner of revelry + heart, a custom design studio for people that revel in their authenticity and crave keepsakes that evoke conversation. Kasey believes in celebrating personality through custom design, rather than trying to cram people into a box or popular wedding trend. Her business, Revelry + Heart turns …
 
In This Episode: We discuss the misconception of branding versus marketing. People who are in marketing constantly use the term branding and misunderstand what it actually means.They refer to branding as getting your marketing out there and branding yourself through marketing. If you realize that when you market a brand... you're marketing somethin…
 
In This Episode: Denise gives us the rundown on all the "stuff" she does, although she is thankful to be doing less these days. She launched a blog for women, she used to own a digital marketing agency, where she learned that many people/clients were asking for how they become more visible which led her to create her new endeavor where she helps pe…
 
Amy is an experienced educator turned Educational Mindfulness Consultant. After completing her MBSR (mindfulness-based stress reduction) certification, she left the classroom and started Mindful SELFF (social-emotional learning for friends and families) to combat the stress/anxiety epidemic affecting students younger and younger. She offers Profess…
 
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