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Driven women have a hard time balancing their self-care and personal life with their professional goals. Each week join Alexandra Jamieson, master coach, professional creative, mom, and author, as she interviews guests who share tools, inspiration, and creative solutions while pulling back the curtain on how they run their own lives and overcame their own obstacles. If you're a driven woman, want to share your unique voice and talents with the world, and stay sane, healthy, and grounded while doing it, this is the podcast for you.

Driven women have a hard time balancing their self-care and personal life with their professional goals. Each week join Alexandra Jamieson, master coach, professional creative, mom, and author, as she interviews guests who share tools, inspiration, and creative solutions while pulling back the curtain on how they run their own lives and overcame their own obstacles. If you're a driven woman, want to share your unique voice and talents with the world, and stay sane, healthy, and grounded while doing it, this is the podcast for you.

Location:

New York City, NY

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Driven women have a hard time balancing their self-care and personal life with their professional goals. Each week join Alexandra Jamieson, master coach, professional creative, mom, and author, as she interviews guests who share tools, inspiration, and creative solutions while pulling back the curtain on how they run their own lives and overcame their own obstacles. If you're a driven woman, want to share your unique voice and talents with the world, and stay sane, healthy, and grounded while doing it, this is the podcast for you.

Language:

English


Episodes

253: Your Values Will Guide You: Pink Mentorship with Stacy Cassio

4/1/2020
If you’re experiencing surprising feelings of grief lately, you’re not alone. It’s normal during the upside-down times to examine our lives, question our decisions, or feel like we’ve lost our dreams for the future. Remembering our values, our morals, and our spiritual compass will help us to stay moving forward. Finding a mentor can also help us to move forward by providing clarity and connections, which are especially important right now in this time of unrest. Learn how to find a mentor...

Duration:00:45:32

252: Stay Healthy in Stressful Times with Michelle Aspinwall

3/18/2020
All across our nation, we are consumed with staying healthy in a crisis, and we’re just in the beginning days of the coronavirus crisis. Even in the time of this pandemic, there are many things we can do to support our mental and physical health. We need to focus on the basics and return to the fundamentals. Think about what habits can keep you healthy and grounded. Remember that you are the author of your life, so pick up the pen and choose your path forward to tell your story. Michelle...

Duration:00:31:32

BONUS: Creative Resilience in Stressful Times

3/16/2020
How can we best manage our outlook and prepare for a positive future during times of global change and pandemic? Tap into your innate creative resilience. What is resilience: the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness. Post Traumatic Growth: When you bounce back even stronger after trauma, physical illness, etc. The post-traumatic growth inventory To evaluate whether and to what extent someone has achieved growth after a trauma, psychologists look for...

Duration:00:16:10

251: Sage & Elm Apothecary: A Plant-Based Approach to Self-Care with Krystle Robinson-Hershey

3/11/2020
How important is your self-care? Do you make it a priority? In today’s show, you’ll meet a creative woman who wants you to care about your self-care! She lovingly creates plant-based products that make people heal and love themselves. You’ll be intrigued by her inspiring story and her connection to healing herbs, all of which began with a single bar of soap. Krystle Robinson-Hershey is the creator of Sage & Elm Apothecary, a company dedicated to providing customers with plant-based beauty...

Duration:00:23:19

250: Coworking with Danielle Stroble

3/4/2020
Where do you prefer to work? Part of being in alignment with your core values is how you work, where you work, and with whom you work. I like to work at home sometimes, but I still use a fantastic coworking space, and I occasionally resort to the tried-and-true coffee shop, where the low caffeinated hum of others around me brings peace and comfort. Most important to me is that I can work in a place that feels welcoming, cozy, and comfortable--and my coworking space gives me that. I’ve found...

Duration:00:35:46

249: Turning Problems Into Purpose with Kristen Harness

2/27/2020
Today we are discussing a hard topic. It’s a subject that many people try to ignore, but the truth is that we can all do something to help in the fight against sex trafficking. Get in a safe space and join us if you’re ready to listen to a woman who turned the problem into her mission. Kristen Harness has turned her early mess into her message. From a childhood of abuse and homelessness, Kristen has made rescuing the victims, girls and young women who get caught up and forced into...

Duration:00:22:46

248: When Too Much Love is Not Enough with Dr. Rosenna Bakari

2/19/2020
Today’s show focuses on a topic that doesn’t get enough attention, which is the relationship between early childhood abuse and our ability to be happy, healthy, and successful adults. Let’s take a deeper look with my guest. Dr. Rosenna Bakari is an author, advocate, and scholar. She’s been busy writing about breaking the silence of sexual violence and helping adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Rosenna is not just a survivor but a thriver. She’s also a psychologist who knows how to...

Duration:00:37:18

247: Infertile Boss Babe with Andrea Syrtash of Pregnantish

2/10/2020
Fertility is a topic that comes up frequently for anyone who works with women. Infertility is a problem that many people face, and it affects men as well as women. Many people you see every day are going through struggles to build their family, although they wear a mask that makes everything seem OK. Today’s guest calls infertility “the silent epidemic,” and the numbers of people affected are simply astounding. Andrea Syrtash is a relationship expert, journalist, and the founder of...

Duration:00:46:08

246: Mid Life Success Stories

2/3/2020
Mid Life Success Stories Life doesn’t end at 30, no matter what your younger self believed. It’s so harmful to believe the story that we have to be a big success by the time we’re 40 or we’re failures. We live in this cult of youth that discounts the wisdom, beauty, and experience that age brings. WORSE: it makes us middle-aged mamas (and papas) lose faith in ourselves, stop following our dreams, and quiet our own fierce voices. As an antidote to the false story that once you cross a...

Duration:00:11:54

245 Tell Your Story and Take Care Of YOU with Geneva Peschka

1/29/2020
I made an Instagram post over last weekend applauding the landmark decision of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to pull back from royal life and do what’s right for them. I’ve taken the liberty to make Meghan’s name a past tense verb that means to value yourself enough to leave a situation in which your authentic self is not welcomed or wanted. Don’t we all need to be more like Meghan in making the power move to set rules and boundaries that work for us? Geneva Peschka is a director, creative...

Duration:00:45:03

244 Recommit To Your Self Care Goals and Robin Bronk of Creative Coalition

1/24/2020
I’ve seen a common theme emerge repeatedly with my coaching clients of recommitting to our bodies and falling back in love with self-care. Energy, strength, and physical vitality are necessary for us to create the life we want, so what are the things that bring joy to you in your body? No matter where you are on your self-care journey, every moment is a blank-slate opportunity. You can recommit to wellness and your body right now. You deserve it! Robin Bronk is CEO of the Creative...

Duration:00:36:05

243: Ending Shame For Creative Leaders

1/6/2020
Thank you for being here! I feel truly thankful that I get to share this work with you all. Thank you for your time and attention. I see your commitment to your work and your creative expression, your health, relationships, and putting in the time and resources to be fully expressed in this short time we have here in this lifetime. Your work matters. Your work is important...I believe that. What’s a Creatrix? What’s Creative Leadership? Creatrix is an old word that means "she who creates;...

Duration:00:41:24

242 The Secret Weapon of Creatrix Leaders: Community

12/17/2019
The Secret Weapon of #Creatrix Leaders: Community by Alexandra Jamieson Martin Seligman, one of the founders of positive psychology, developed a five core element of psychological well-being and happiness. Seligman believes that these five elements can help people work towards a life of fulfillment, happiness, and meaning. P – Positive Emotion This element is, perhaps, the most obvious connection to happiness. Focusing on positive emotions is more than smiling: it is the ability to remain...

Duration:00:24:44

241: Uncommon Skills For Creatrix Women Who Lead

12/9/2019
Clear. Freedom. Unapologetic Action. Uncommon Skills For Women Who Lead. From clutter to clarity. From overwhelm to spaciousness. From other people’s priorities running your life to life running by your rules, gracefully. The most powerful skill driven women master is the power to clear space. When we claim dominion over our time, we truly, truly, truly get the life we dream about. The impact. The health. The body. The love. The abundance. We hide the truth behind our...

Duration:00:10:19

240: Inner Authority, Confidence, And Your Shadow

12/4/2019
Inner Authority and CONFIDENCE Through Creative Self-Expression Welcome back to Her Rules Radio! I'm Alexandra Jamieson, your coach and host. Kate had a hidden, secret, second-self. Her Shadow. Despite her success, Kate couldn’t shake the idea that women in her sales group were better than her: more sophisticated, better educated, more confident than she. They were members of an “in-group” that she never felt invited to. She worked super hard to get her children accepted to groups...

Duration:00:20:18

239: The Myth of Inspiration for Creatives and Entrepreneurs

11/18/2019
“I just don’t feel inspired today, Mom.” My kid was standing, shoulders slumped, pencil and sketch pad on the table. “Don’t worry,” I said. “You don’t have to feel inspired right now. All an artist needs to do is sit down and start moving the pencil so inspiration has somewhere to show up.” My 12-year old son was facing what all of us creative and driven types face at some point: the myth of inspiration. I see it in my clients all the time: coaches, podcasters, consultants, writers, and...

Duration:00:14:57

238 Confession: I was a Copy Cat Coach

11/11/2019
Confession: I Was A Copy Cat Coach I didn’t think I had anything interesting or new to say. Scratch that: I DID believe I had something to say, I just wasn’t saying it. Instead I was copying others and passing it off as my own. Because I was scared... When I started out as a health coach, 19 years ago, I followed the exact formula set out by the school I attended. That strategy helped me engage and support clients, so I stuck with the formula for years. But then it stopped working. And...

Duration:00:08:19

237: Dark Night Of The Soul with Liyana Silver

11/6/2019
Today’s show is about owning all the parts of yourself, including the one we call the “dark night of the soul.” If you’re not familiar with the phrase, you’re probably well-acquainted with the feelings that characterize this state. Let’s jump in together and learn more! Liyana Silver is a good friend, coach, and author. We’ve known each other for years. Liyana’s teaching is called “Mining for Gold in a Dark Night of the Soul.” She’s an amazing coach who helps women move through their dark...

Duration:00:51:23

236: Fascinating Creative Thinking for Leadership Success

10/28/2019
A short Power Pod for coaches, leaders, teachers, healers, doctors, and consultants on the edge you get with creative thinking techniques for professional success. Studies from Montreal and Harvard shine a light on the benefits of art and creativity.

Duration:00:13:40

235 Women in Film: Beth Aala and Made In Boise

10/23/2019
Today’s show highlights a fascinating PBS documentary, which premieres just a few days from now. It’s made by a dear friend of mine and covers an intriguing phenomenon taking place in Boise, Idaho. Beth Aala is a three-time Emmy Award-winning producer and Peabody Award winner for her documentary work at HBO. Her most recent documentary is Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman, which she co-directed and produced. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2017. Beth is here to discuss her new...

Duration:00:36:38