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Best Margie Warrell podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
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Updated April 2020
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Are you living your bravest life? In today’s fearful world, living bravely has become indispensable for living well. Join best-selling author Margie Warrell as she shares practical wisdom and empowering conversations with world-renowned thought leaders such as Marianne Williamson, Steve Forbes, Sri Sri Ravi Shanker and Tal Ben-Shahar that get to the heart of what holds us back. This podcast will inspire you to master fear, reframe failure and find the courage to step fully into your own powe ...
 
Gratitude is the one thing that helped me most in my life from all the personal development and spiritual practices that I did and that’s why I want to inspire 100.000 people to discover how to feel grateful more often and live a happy life. "It's not happiness that makes us grateful; it's gratefulness that makes us happy." - David Steindl-Rast I do this by interviewing successful people and getting them to share fascinating stories about how gratitude has helped them get to where they are now.
 
Stories of transitions from women (and men) who have followed their dream to become entrepreneurs. What is success? How do you stay motivated? How do you connect with your passion and turn it into a business? Host Deb Bailey interviews entrepreneurs who speak honestly about their challenges and successes and give advice to women who want to go into business. Visit the blog: http://womenentrepreneursecrets.blogspot.com/
 
(English version below) Bienvenue au Podcast EVE & Octave, le rendez-vous mensuel autour du leadership. Le Programme EVE est un séminaire de leadership au féminin conçu pour les femmes et les hommes éclairés. Il vise à la construction d’individus forts et inspirants, en nombre suffisant dans l’entreprise pour leur permettre d’incarner le changement en entreprise. La communauté EVE compte aujourd’hui plus de 3000 membres issus de 20 entreprises partenaires. Octave, c’est une formation «Cultur ...
 
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Bestselling Author & Global Leadership Authority Margie Warrell emboldens people with the courage and resilience to make braver decisions, take bolderactions & create a bigger mark.The titles of her bestselling books - You’ve Got This!, Train the Brave, MakeYour Mark, Stop Playing Safe and Find Your Courage – and her Live Brave Podcast, reflect her…
 
We all strive to be a better leader and a better influence to those who are working for us and helping us thrive. In this episode, Dr. Diane Hamilton is joined by Margie Warrell, a bestselling author, speaker, and internationally renowned authority on courageous leadership. Margie talks about self-trust, reminding us to not compete with everyone ex…
 
Recorded during quarantine – while my husband is in hospital with COVID-19 – I share powerful insights on how to become more grounded in your true strength and cope better with the swirl of emotions brought on by this seismic disruption to our lives. Grab a copy of my new book You’ve Got This! The Life-Changing Power of Trusting Yourself at margiew…
 
Margie's husband has been tested positive for Coronavirus, but she still found the time to be with us and encourage us in this challenging time. and I'm very grateful for that, it's why I posted the interview immediately after recording it. Margie Warrell draws on her background in Fortune 500 business, coaching and psychology to embolden people to…
 
Best-selling author Margie Warrell, an international expert on brave leadership and founder of Global Courage has been dealing with two extremely stressful situations lately. She had to help rescue her parents from the bush fires in her native Australia and recently found out that her husband has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Her husband Andrew has…
 
À l'heure où les effets du réchauffement climatique se font ressentir de plus en plus, peut-on « sauver la planète » ? A-t-on raison de se sentir parfois impuissant ? Dans quelle mesure l'action individuelle peut-elle compter ? Elle peut compter pour beaucoup, nous dit Isabelle Autissier. Changer « quelque chose » dans notre alimentation ou dans no…
 
Cultural and gender diversity in many spaces, especially in workplaces, have always been challenging in term of acceptance and educating about the realities of this era. Dr. Diane Hamilton interviews Dr. Tiffany Jana about this sensitive subject of diversity and inclusion. Dr. Jana is an Inclusion Innovator, non-binary blue-haired maverick, and the…
 
Former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson remembers how the Obama administration faced challenges during the Ebola virus outbreak in 2014. Johnson, who served in that position from 2013 to 2017, says he understands how difficult it is to handle a threat like the coronavirus pandemic. Johnson — partner in the law firm of Paul, Weiss, Ri…
 
The future of work has now evolved to include artificial intelligence and many technological advancements. In this episode, Enrique Rubio, a keynote speaker, an HR tech, and the Founder of Hacking HR, joins Dr. Diane Hamilton to talk about their upcoming event, the panels to look forward to, and what to expect from it. Hacking HR is a global learni…
 
Michele Blood is an author, songwriter, singer and record producer working with amazing people like Bob Proctor. She creates instant motivation and energy as she leads audiences worldwide to a better richer life. In her latest book, Michele shares her story of how she went from being a rock singer in Australia to having a near-fatal car accident an…
 
Thana Alexa had it all mapped out. Her new album, ONA , was set to launch her solo career to new heights. She was featured — with her husband, drummer Antonio Sánchez — on the cover of DownBeat magazine. Then the coronavirus put her nationwide tour on hold, along with countless other gigs around the world. But out of that chaos came another opportu…
 
Actress, Writer, Director and Multiple Award-Winning Audiobook Narrator Thérèse Plummer has recorded over 400 titles of all genres for various publishers and she can be seen in an upcoming episode of Virgin River on Netflix soon. Thérèse has narrated all 20 books in the Virgin River (by Robyn Carr) series and voiced every single character in each b…
 
Each and every person has their own repertoire of strengths. It’s only a matter of finding them and bringing them to light. Most of Tom Rath’s life’s work has focused on this. Tom is a best-selling author and researcher who has spent two decades studying how we can improve human health and wellbeing. In this episode, he shares his backstory and his…
 
Broadway actor Dwayne Clark, who was born in Newark, has been hard at work as he and his wife Janeece are helping their kids, Jana and DJ, deal with on-line school instruction while schools are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Clark has also launched a children's book series based on his experiences with his children and family. Clark, who h…
 
While jazz singer, songwriter and saxophonist Curtis Stigers ' touring schedule is on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic, his wife Jodi Peterson-Stigers continues to go to work in Boise, Idaho. Jodi is the Executive Director of Interfaith Sanctuary . The shelter serves people of all genders, races, religions, and sexual orientation, as well a…
 
Improving yourself as an individual is challenging enough as it is. That is why it calls for a celebration when achieved. Improving and fortifying your leadership is a whole other challenge as you have other people’s lives on your shoulder. Internationally renowned business leader and New York Times bestselling author, Doug Conant, believes that cr…
 
Dr. John Chuback, trained in Newwark, NJ, in the early 1990 in the time when HIV and AIDS became a big issue and people didn’t really understand the virus, didn’t know how for sure how it was spreading and there was a huge outbrake in his area. That was his first experience with an epidemic. As a surgeon he has seen many types of deadly infectious …
 
With people being filled with anxiety, stress, depression and isolation, jazz musicians have been doing their part to try and bring "live" music to them via digital content and live streaming. Nate Chinen , WBGO's Director of Editorial Content, chats with News Director Doug Doyle about why music is so important during difficult times and how WBGO i…
 
As veteran New York City radio reporter Alice Stockton-Rossini is dealing with her parents testing positive for the coronavirus, she says people should be demanding that everyone be tested. Stockton-Rossini's mother was the first in the family to be diagnosed with the coronavirus. While Alice has not been tested, she has experienced nearly all of t…
 
In life, people are involved in sales one way or another, whether they know it or not. This is a part of everyday living that can’t be avoided. Author of The Wall Street Journal bestseller Every Job Is a Sales Job: How to Use The Art of Selling To Win At Work, and CEO of Orange Leaf Consulting, Dr. Cindy McGovern, talks about the characteristics yo…
 
La plupart d’entre nous détenons un, si ce n’est pas deux, smartphones avec une myriade de comptes et de canaux de communication ouverts jour et nuit. Mais malgré cet état de grande « connexion », savons-nous avoir de vraies conversations ? Celles qui ont le potentiel de changer nos vies ?Fanny Auger est entrepreneure, auteure et enseignante. Dans …
 
Mary Ellen Kramer is the President/CEO of Wesa, LLC, and brings 33 years of senior management experience in high tech, finance, and telecommunication sectors. She has raised over $40 million in financing for ventures she has led. Aside from the standard chief executive duties, Mary Ellen's present focus at Wesa is developing the market and market p…
 
The non-profit organization Bridges was founded in 1988 with its mission to end homelessness through volunteer-driven outreach and individual case management focusing on health, housing and independence. Bridges Executive Director Rich Uniacke spoke with WBGO News Director Doug Doyle about how the organization is handling the coronavirus pandemic a…
 
You often hear people saying that it’s all about how you look at things, as with the glass half full, half empty dilemma. Shifting your perception in life can shift your direction as well as you start to see things you’ve never noticed before. Co-founder and CEO of Powerful U, James Purpura, explains his take on what perception is. Having been thro…
 
A lot of jobs are now embracing a remote workplace, and it might not be long before education joins the fray. Online education has been around for quite a long time but has garnered bad rep over the years. In this episode, the CEO of Synergis Education, Norm Allgood, joins Dr. Diane Hamilton to change your mind by sharing the success of his company…
 
Aleksandra (Ola) is currently on a 140+ day streak of consistent gratitude journaling and she's the February's Circle of Joy Award winner. She loves to inspire other people to take on this gratitude practice, as she was also inspired by others to start this gratitude journey. To get the gratitude app she's talking about, you can go to: https://www.…
 
Throughout the nation local and state governments are working around the clock to come up with ways to continue delivering vital services while they slow the advance of the coronavirus and tend to the rapidly growing cases of the virus. Currently our region is the leading national hotspot for this unprecedented outbreak. WBGO's Bob Hennelly, who is…
 
There are more than seven thousand coronavirus cases in New York State as of Friday. More than half of them are in New York City. With the numbers increasing, Governor Cuomo is ordering all employees to work from home. The governor says only essential businesses will be able to have workers in the office or on the job site. “There will be a civil f…
 
Just last week, guitarist Pat Metheny finished the Australia and New Zealand leg of an international concert tour, in support of his new album. Then his band flew on to South America and learned that a remaining slew of dates — in Brazil and Chile, and all over Europe — had been canceled due to the coronavirus.…
 
Who says reaching for your goals has to suck the life out of you? Guest, Andrew Tarvin, believes that you can still have fun while getting better results. In this interview, he talks to Dr. Diane Hamilton about the importance of humor in our daily lives. As the world’s first humor engineer and the author of Humor That Works, Andrew has been improvi…
 
The biggest way we limit our power is by doubting it. Daring to trust that you are more powerful than you’ve given yourself credit for will embolden you to step up to the plate in your life and become the person you’ve always known you can be. If ever there was a time the world needed you to step up, speak up and be a positive change agent, it is n…
 
When plans derail and you find yourself confronted by an unwanted new reality, it’s natural to rail against it. But letting go of your fight with ‘what is’ liberates you to refocus your energy on making the best of your new situation. So if you’re struggling right now with how life is, take a listen! In this podcast, I share a few thoughts relating…
 
We’ve all heard the saying, you become the company you keep. Yet too often we spend time with people who only fuel our doubts rather than our confidence. In this podcast, I share a few thoughts relating to chapter ten of my new book, You’ve Got This!: The Life-Changing Power of Trusting Yourself. I get underneath why we hang on to ‘habit friendship…
 
Believing that a higher force is at work in our lives is a risk. Yet, it’s a risk worth running - one that can transform our very experience of being alive; emboldening us to face our challenges and pursue our highest aspirations from a place of faith and self-trust rather than from fear and self-doubt. In this podcast, I share a few thoughts relat…
 
Deborah Bailey, is the host of the Women Entrepreneurs Radio podcast. She's also a writer and an indie publisher of several fiction and non-fiction books including, “Think Like an Entrepreneur: Transforming Your Career and Taking Charge of Your Life” and several fiction novels and short stories.Her bylines have appeared in Baseline magazine, Dailyw…
 
Elena Pavli is a British actress, comedian, and writer. Born in England and having grown up in Australia, Greece and The Middle East, she attended 7 schools and as a result speaks 3 languages. Her first foray into writing, the play THE BAD, THE SAD AND THE BROKEN HEARTED, has run at London's Soho Theater. She is currently developing a TV series bas…
 
Living our day to day lives can feel like a trial. Be it personally or professionally; we face our own set of juries whose opinions we tend to regard the most. These could be our clients, customers, or even our team members. In this episode, Dr. Diane Hamilton seeks the wisdom of Heather Hansen about understanding what our juries see and how we can…
 
Contrary to what most assume, we can find moments of reflection even in the most hectic and thrilling times. Not only in the stillness of meditation can we ponder and understand ourselves more. Extreme moments also lend themselves to make us realize what we are capable of. In this episode, Dr. Diane Hamilton speaks with Cathy O’Dowd, a motivational…
 
Nathalie Suárez is an International Bellydance Artist, Dance teacher, Dance Movement Therapist and Psychologist. We're exploring what are the things that gratitude and dancing have in common, in this episode. From the episode: "In open places where there's nature, I just feel so grateful to be able to see it, to smell it, to be there, that, it's au…
 
Fear of the coronavirus pandemic has consumed the collective psyche of people globally. When so much is out of our control, we have to double-down on what lays within it. In this special edition, I share my personal stories and research from my latest book You’ve Got This! The Life-Changing Power of Trusting Yourself on how you can stay grounded am…
 
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