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Episode 102: Heather Laptalo on Overcoming the Odds

In this week's episode I'm thrilled to share a discussion with Heather Laptalo on Overcoming the Odds. Heather Laptalo is an adventurer, storyteller and sponsored athlete. Even though doctors once labeled her as deformed and disabled, she is now described as "addicted to high altitudes, obsessed with open vistas, and a little too excited about heart-pounding suffer-fests that challenge her mental and physical boundaries." Now she is telling her incredible journey to becoming an adventure...


Episode 101: Natalie McGuire on Building a Successful Business as a Web Designer

Today’s episode is with award-winner designer, Natalie McGuire. Natalie creates web designs and digital strategy with beauty and brains for purpose-driven solopreneurs. She knows your website shouldn't just be a pretty picture online, it should get results, too. She takes a design-meets-strategy fueled approach to her work, and works with clients, like PBS, David Siteman Garland from The Rise to the Top, and Amy Porterfield. She's also a Mentor & Coach for other designers looking to...


Episode 100: Scott Barlow on Finding Meaningful Work

Today's episode is with Scott Anthony Barlow, Founder and CEO of Happen to Your Career. Scott has been featured on CNBC, Yahoo, CareerBuilder, Fast Company and Huffington Post and various Colleges and Universities as a top expert on Career Happiness. He lives with his wife and three kids in Moses Lake Wa (and sometimes Paris or London) When he’s not traveling he and his team run two of the top 5 “Career Change” Podcasts on iTunes. Happen to Your Career combines the latest research about...


Episode 99: The Superwoman Way: Stories From My Life

In today's episode, we take a break from interviewing to talk to you directly about The Superwoman Way, our 7-step method to success and creating a life you love. You can use The Superwoman Way to achieve any goal you've got in mind and it works for small and BIG problems!


Episode 98: Mia Brett on Political Advocacy for Women and The American Women's Party

Today's episode is with the co-founder of the American Women's Party, Mia Brett on political advocacy for women. Mia was born on July 5, 1987. Her mother encouraged her political interest from a young age, claiming that Mia sent a letter to Bush in 1989 to ask him not to go to war. Mia’s mother, Laurel Brett, had been an activist in the 60s and 70s and taught English and Women’s Studies and raised her daughter to think critically and care about social justice. At Barnard, Mia’s...


Episode 97: Nicole Antoinette on Podcasting, Doing Hard Things and Changing Your Life

This week's episode is with the incredible Nicole Antoinette on podcasting, doing hard things and changing your life. Nicole Antoinette is a writer and host of the Real Talk Radio podcast, where people come together to have honest conversations about their real lives. A recovering self-help junkie and former goal-setting coach, Nicole is obsessed with helping people get to the heart of what’s true without judgement, and with exploring how we can use grit and grace to close the gap between...


Episode 96: Stephanie Ockerman on Creating Culture Change in Your Organization

Today’s episode is with Stephanie Ockerman. This is Stephanie's second time on the podcast and you can listen to our first conversation way back at Episode 54. We've invited her back this time to talk about how to create culture change in your organization, agile mindset at work, servant leadership as a way of being and negotiating challenges and opportunities at work. Stephanie is a Co-Active Coach, Professional Scrum Trainer, and Steward of the Professional Scrum Master Curriculum for...


Episode 95: Susan Lustenberger on Spirituality for Entrepreneurs

Susan Lustenberger is an author, speaker, medium and acts as Chief Prosperity Officer to entrepreneurs and corporations worldwide.


Episode 94: Melissa Bird on Being an Imperfect Activist and Women Running For Office

In today's episode I dive deep into a conversation with Dr. Melissa Bird on what it means to be an imperfect activist. Melissa Bird, PhD, MSW is a passionate feminist whose education in social work has led to a career advocating for children, women, and their families.


Episode 93: Lara Dalch on The Intersection Between Self-Care, Health and Success

Lara Dalch is a health and lifestyle coach to "women on the rise" – who crave practical tools for feeling healthy, confident, and powerful again – so they can have the career and life they really want. As a former entertainment marketing executive and busy entrepreneur, Lara understands the challenges of balancing good health with a busy schedule and is passionate about helping women harness the power of good health to fuel their lives through a realistic, “whole life” approach to...