Working Mother Radio
Happy Mothers at Work | FULL EPISODE | #8504/12/15
Workplace happiness is in the pits right now in America, a mere 30% of people find joy in their work. Learn how you can turn this statistic around with advice from Barbara Turvett. Also, how do radio hosts deal with being a working mother? Segment 1:...
Don't Worry, Be Happy | SEGMENT 1 | #85
70% of Americans are not happy in the work place. Working Mother Executive Editor, Barbara Turvett, says there are many reasons for this statistic in recent years, and the best way to deal with it is to remind yourself of your goals and pump up your...
Exercise Your Brain | SEGMENT 2 | #85
Creative thinking time is very important for your brain. Learn how to balance your time between mundane tasks and brain exercising undertakings with Barbara Turvett.
Positive Workplace | SEGMENT 3 | #85
Changing the workplace environment starts with you! Greeting people when you come into work with a hearty hello, performing random acts of kindness, and writing down three good things that happened at the end of every day can greatly elevate the...
In the Public Eye | SEGMENT 4 | #85
Being a working mother in the public eye can be a frantic frenzy. HuffPost Live Host, Nancy Redd, tells how she makes it through the day.
Be Yourself | SEGMENT 5 | #85
Some mothers really feel the pressure in the workplace when it comes to scheduling. HuffPost Live Host, Nancy Redd, says all you can do is be yourself and strive for excellence, and that should supersede whatever peculiarities you have in your work...
No Yelling Policy | SEGMENT 6 | #85
Yelling is the first stop in the path to a temper tantrum, so if you eliminate yelling from the household, tantrums are avoided. Nancy Redd has advice to help you reduce, and remove yelling from the family.
Kids and Confidence | FULL EPISODE | #84
Lean how to be more confident in the work place; it might be different than what you have in mind. Also, we have some cool gadgets and great advice for dealing with toddlers. Segment 1: Binge Eating Disorder Binge Eating Disorder effects 3.5% of women...
Binge Eating Disorder | SEGMENT 1 | #84
Binge Eating Disorder effects 3.5% of women and causes a loss of control of eating habits. Dr. Rebecca Klatzkin of Rhodes College details the differences between Binge Eating Disorder and just plain binge eating.
Smartphone Thermometer | SEGMENT 2 | #84
Ever have trouble getting your kids to stay still for when taking their temperature? Pop Tech Radio Host, Jason Masters, has found a solution! Kinsa has made a smartphone thermometer that is kid friendly.
The Toddler Whisperer | SEGMENT 3 | #84
The toddler years of development are notoriously painful and difficult for parents. The Toddler Whisperer, Tovah Klein Ph.D, has some sage advice and insight on the world of raising toddlers.
Toddler Tips | SEGMENT 4 | #84
Toddlers see the world a bit differently than we do. Tovah Klein Ph.D urges parents to let go of the little battles and be more flexible.
Not So Fearless | SEGMENT 5 | #84
Real confidence is not about fearlessness, it's about getting yourself out of your comfort zone. Author of "The Confidence Myth," Helene Lerner, says "get comfortable with the uncomfortable" and keep moving forward.
If Not Now, When? | SEGMENT 6 | #84
In a recent survey Helene Lerner found that most high-level female workers moved forward with shaky knees. Helene tells us we have what we need to move forward, now. Don't wait to start taking action on opportunities until its too late.
Leaders in Home and Office | FULL EPISODE | #83
Being a mother doesn't retire you from being a hard worker. We talk with a slew of great guests about the value if women in business, and how to best manage your family to create a safe, supportive environment for growing children. Segment 1:...
Diversity is Key | SEGMENT 1 | #83
Too few female leaders is bad for men too! Diversity and different ways of thinking are crucial to businesses working better.
The Virtues of Selfishness | SEGMENT 2 | #83
Although we try to deny it, humans operate off of inherently selfish motivations. The Impossible Institute's Kieran Flanagan explains why we need to embrace our more selfish driving forces in her book, "Selfish, Scared, and Stupid".
Diet Guilt | SEGMENT 3 | #83
Do you feel guilty when buying convenience foods? Research shows that more mothers are concerned with making healthy diet choices for their children but for themselves. You might not be making as horrible of choices as you think.
Dinner Time Is Important | SEGMENT 4 | #83
Even though many of families don't have much free time, a majority of families still find time to sit down for a meal five times a week. Working Mother Magazine Senior Research Editor, Krista Carothers, say this family engagement is very healthy for...
Don't Bottle It Up | SEGMENT 5 | #83
The first trimester of pregnancy can be really challenging. The Mom Complex Founder and CEO, Katherine Wintsch, urges mothers to make sure you have some confidants to share your secrets with to relieve stress.
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