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Girlskill is a bi-weekly podcast that provides women with the inspiration, tools and resources to embrace their wild, feminine nature so that they can live life of freedom, joy and creativity by fully stepping into their female power. On every episode you will hear inspiring conversations with real women from all walks of life: entrepreneurs, fashion designers, artists, stay at home moms, career junkies and many others. These women share their views on success and femininity as well as their challenges & struggles, wins and proudest moments together with lessons learned along the way. Our conversations are raw, vulnerable, explicit at times, and simply hilarious. You’ll get inspired and motivated to go forward. To simply breathe. To be heard and understood. To realize that it’s all going to be okay. That we’re all in this together. You’ll learn more about feminine energy, our wild nature and understand how to embrace it. Conversation by conversation, episode by episode.

Girlskill is a bi-weekly podcast that provides women with the inspiration, tools and resources to embrace their wild, feminine nature so that they can live life of freedom, joy and creativity by fully stepping into their female power. On every episode you will hear inspiring conversations with real women from all walks of life: entrepreneurs, fashion designers, artists, stay at home moms, career junkies and many others. These women share their views on success and femininity as well as their challenges & struggles, wins and proudest moments together with lessons learned along the way. Our conversations are raw, vulnerable, explicit at times, and simply hilarious. You’ll get inspired and motivated to go forward. To simply breathe. To be heard and understood. To realize that it’s all going to be okay. That we’re all in this together. You’ll learn more about feminine energy, our wild nature and understand how to embrace it. Conversation by conversation, episode by episode.
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Girlskill is a bi-weekly podcast that provides women with the inspiration, tools and resources to embrace their wild, feminine nature so that they can live life of freedom, joy and creativity by fully stepping into their female power. On every episode you will hear inspiring conversations with real women from all walks of life: entrepreneurs, fashion designers, artists, stay at home moms, career junkies and many others. These women share their views on success and femininity as well as their challenges & struggles, wins and proudest moments together with lessons learned along the way. Our conversations are raw, vulnerable, explicit at times, and simply hilarious. You’ll get inspired and motivated to go forward. To simply breathe. To be heard and understood. To realize that it’s all going to be okay. That we’re all in this together. You’ll learn more about feminine energy, our wild nature and understand how to embrace it. Conversation by conversation, episode by episode.

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English


Episodes

#54: Guinness Records, Hula Hoops and High-Heeled Roller Skates with Marawa Ibrahim

4/26/2018
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This girl holds 12 different Guinness World Records, is the founder of Hoop Tone and the Hoola Schoola Workshops. Marawa Ibrahim is also the author of The Girl Guide: 50 Ways to Learn to Love Your Changing Body, a beautifully illustrated book for young girls that explains everything from acne to puberty to changing the way you view your body. Marawa has a bachelor's degree in Circus Arts, which is more than just ‘clown college.’It is impossible not to smile around this week’s guest. With...

Duration:01:42:43

#53: 500 Voices: The Tao of Self-Confidence with Podcast Host Sheena Yap Chan

4/23/2018
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When Sheena Yap Chan speaks, we are hearing the voices--the experiences, the triumphs, the heartaches, and the struggles--of over 500 women. Sheena is the founder and host of the Tao of Self-Confidence podcast, and in this episode, she will share with us what she has learned about self-confidence, including how to lean on others and how to love yourself, flaws and all. Sheena founded The Tao of Self-Confidence, which focuses on conversations with Asian women, and she works insanely hard to...

Duration:01:03:31

#52: Networking Isn’t A Dirty Word: Understanding the Power of Connections with Emily Merrell

4/19/2018
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For so many of us, networking is a chore that involves small talk and piles of business cards, but for Emily Merrell, networking is life. Emily has made a name for herself as a Professional Connector, and she spends her days helping women meet other women and build relationships. Emily worked doing Events and Marketing at Ralph Lauren, Club Monaco, Tory Burch and INTERMIX. In 2014, she dreamt up Six Degrees Society and in 2016 she made her dream a full-time business. The Society...

Duration:01:31:45

#51: Just Keep Dancing: Living Your Dreams in the Face of Adversity with Shala Sarah Haruko Iwaskow

4/16/2018
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Dua Lipa’s assistant choreographer for the British Music Award, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s co-star in the Mobile Strike Super Bowl commercial, and primary dancer in Jax Jones music video, “Breathe” (over 50 MILLION views), Shala, is a professional dancer, teacher, and choreographer based out of London. Her aura of peace and focused energy is easy to see, and in this episode, she shares with us the years of ups and downs that lead her to where she is today. Shala was raised both in the UK and...

Duration:01:29:46

#50: Female SEO Consultant: Flow, Psychedelics, and Search Engine Optimization with Viola Eva

4/12/2018
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"Robot to Goddess” — that is how Viola Eva, an SEO expert, location-independent entrepreneur, and self-proclaimed “digital slut,” describes her journey. In this episode, Viola teaches us the “Girls’ Guide to Understanding Search Engine Optimization (SEO)” and how she has reinvented herself and embraced her identity as a unique and powerful “snowflake.” Viola is the co-founder of the WLDM, self-made entrepreneur, and world traveler. She started out as a kid working for start-ups in...

Duration:01:23:03

#49: Wine, Glitter, and Female Entrepreneurs: A Look into Badassery Magazine with Co-Founders Samantha Parker and Kathy Rasmussen

4/9/2018
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Move out of the way--Badassery Magazine is here, glitter and all! This week’s guests Samantha Parker and Kathy Rasmussen have built the Badassery brand from the ground up, creating a magazine, a networking platform, and a movement for badass bosses and female entrepreneurs who are ready to get shit done. The Badassery brand has come a long way since the day that Sam texted Kathy from her bathroom one morning with an idea for a revolutionary new magazine. The journey has not been easy. Sam...

Duration:01:28:04

#48: Writing Your Own Money Story with Danetha Doe

4/5/2018
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She is a “money mentor for ambitious women” with a mission to help women thrive financially and build the lives we want. Danetha Doe is the founder of the Money and Mimosas program and the host of the highly successful podcast, “Future of Accounting.” Danetha has built a successful business working with brands such as Google, Neiman Marcus, Audi and the San Francisco 49ers. She has been named a Top 40 under 40 accounting professional by CPA Practice Advisor, a next-generation accountant...

Duration:01:26:53

#47: Stress, Aging, and Hormones: Understanding Female Health & Fitness with Allison Pelot and Maja Gottlieb

4/2/2018
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Raise your hand if you’re overwhelmed by the information and options in the health & fitness industry... What diet should we choose? What is the best training program? How do we work with our hormones and not against them? How do we prevent aging? How does the female body operate differently? Today’s episode will shed some light on these subjects. Our guests are holistic personal trainers, nutrition coaches, and the hosts of the Integrate Yourself podcast. Allison Pelot and Maja Gottlieb...

Duration:01:27:45

#46: Hippie to High-Powered Consultant: Taking a Leap of Faith with Emily Utter

3/29/2018
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She calls herself a “recovered hippie,” but her better-known title is “The Adventurous Entrepreneur,” a business coach for coaches, healers, and consultants. Emily Utter is the queen of saying “Hell yes!” She said yes to relocating from Vermont to California. She said yes to dropping all of her clients and moving to Argentina for three months. She said yes to working with life coaches and career consultants, and now she has built a highly successful business for herself. Emily has worked...

Duration:01:06:34

#45: The Smile Road - From a Paris Law Firm to a Bali Beach with Sandrine Landrix

3/26/2018
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Sometimes, we reach a point in our lives where we are miserable. We are doing work that holds no meaning for us, we are in dead-end relationships, or we are out of balance emotionally and spiritually. Sandrine Landrix, a digital nomad, and founder of The Smile Road, has been on a long journey that included all of these struggles, and now she has built a business, and a movement, centered around helping people find what makes them smile. Sandrine started working at an international bank as...

Duration:01:26:23

#44: How to Stop Half-Assing Your Relationship with Money with Shannon DePalma

3/22/2018
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In this episode, money healer for high-level female entrepreneurs, Shannon DePalma, teaches us how to set standards for ourselves in relationships and in business. She also shows us the importance of accepting and expecting what we deserve. Most people wouldn’t see a direct connection between romantic relationships and money. For this week’s guest, the ties between the two are clear as day. How is the health of our relationships affecting our financial success? How can we reach...

Duration:01:18:02

#43: Being on the Edge: Transition, Vulnerability & Truth with Leanna Jane Lewis

3/19/2018
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In this episode Leanna will share how she found the courage to make the biggest change of her life: following her calling, stepping into the unknown and walking away from her old job and identity. Her story takes us through the trauma of birth and death and the fear that comes with being on the edge of change. When Leanna was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, she decided to go to teacher’s college. However, her teaching job was keeping her from her children; she was only seeing her...

Duration:01:22:24

#42: 50 Shades of Being a Digital Nomad Girl with Jennifer Lachs

3/15/2018
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Jenny is the founder of Digital Nomad Girls, a community of more than 15,000 location independent women around the world. Together they explore new places around the globe, wifi passwords and best way to connect and work online. More advanced remote working women are part of the exclusive DNG Circle, a paid community that provides you with virtual coworking days, masterminds & training from expert women around the world who have made it in the digital nomad world. Jenny is a chemist who...

Duration:01:29:45

#41: From Actress to Researcher - The Ultimate Guide to Starting Over with Brittany Hoopes

3/12/2018
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Ever since she was three years old, being an actress was her only dream. With support from her parents, friend and the community, she went to NYU to study acting. However, something was not right. Brittany realized that acting was not her dream. What was it then? Who was she without her pursuit? Without her identity? That moment of clarity came in a dirty New York City subway accompanied with a urine smell. Most of us dream about a life that is free from the confines of the 9 to 5...

Duration:01:30:22

#40: Earning Passive Income as an Artist While Traveling the World with Cat Coquillette

3/8/2018
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The days of the starving artists are gone. Meet Cat Coquillette from Kansas City, a location independent artist & designer making a living traveling the world and producing incredible digital art and illustrations online. Cat's artwork is most known for its bright pops of color, vibrant typography, and a blend of hand-painted brushwork and clean vector illustrations. She partners with a variety of brands that transform her paintings into best-selling products using a variety of mediums...

Duration:01:17:53

#39: The Science Behind Female Friendships with Naama Barnea-Goraly

3/5/2018
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"Scientific studies show that women who have deep connections with other women have fewer illnesses, respond better to stress better and even recover better from breast cancer. We don't even need to look at scientific research to know that there is a big difference between female and male friendships. We feel it, and we see it. Relationships are everything to us. But why is it so? In this episode, we uncover the biological differences, especially within the brain. We talk about why women...

Duration:01:08:48

#38: The Unexpected Journey from Self-Destruction to Self-Love with Kat Achtelik

3/1/2018
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All the way from Poland, Kat is one of those women who knows what she wants, and she goes for it. It is true what they say about Polish women: they’re beautiful, highly intelligent and sophisticated, and they get sh*t done. Kat is living in London with her boyfriend, freelancing as a copywriter as well as working part-time as a model for Toni & Guy. She is also building up her yoga teaching project “Cheeky Yoga,” and tells us that yoga is her real passion. Her hair color changes as...

Duration:01:28:07

#37: Transforming Chronic Illness & Assault into Resiliency & Power with Monique Lindner

2/26/2018
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Monique’s story is one of those heartfelt ones when you go “No way…” and then you realize the story doesn’t end there, and then you go “What?! Noooo...” She had been born with chronic kidney failure and had gone through intense migraines, throwing up, being knocked out for 5-6 days and suffering from pre-epileptic attacks and seizures. At 19 she had been struck with a heart arrest and entered clinical death for about 25 seconds. During her cheerleader training certification course,...

Duration:01:27:59

#35: Sexual Trauma, Social Taboos & Undressing Purity Culture with Rachel Halder

2/19/2018
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How has the taboo of sexuality and sex influenced your experiences with your female body as well as your intimate relationships? Most of us don’t think about the consequences that shaming culture has on our brains and our daily lives. According to Rachel Halder, a sacred sexuality coach, even though you have not experienced sexual trauma, you still might be affected by the negative connotation of sexuality and sex of our culture. On this episode, we uncover the main effects that purity...

Duration:01:24:14

#34: Healing Your Broken Heart with Melany Oliver

2/15/2018
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Ever felt like your heart is breaking into pieces after a terrible breakup, betrayal or loss? We’ve all been there, and often these are the darkest moments of our life. But it doesn't have to be this way. There is a way to heal our hearts that is gentle, understanding and flowing. Melany Oliver is an intuitive healer and a relationship coach who teaches women how to heal their hearts after trauma, disappointment or loss. Melany was almost kidnapped at the age of 7, raped at 14, attacked...

Duration:01:37:37

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