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This podcast was created to talk about a better way of doing things at work and in life and to highlight individuals, who like Heather, aren’t satisfied with the status quo. We hope that the show inspires listeners to question the systems in place around them and come up with innovative solutions, ideas, and inspiration. From entrepreneurship and leadership, to social justice issues we’re excited to explore a wide range of “rules” that need to be rewritten.

This podcast was created to talk about a better way of doing things at work and in life and to highlight individuals, who like Heather, aren’t satisfied with the status quo. We hope that the show inspires listeners to question the systems in place around them and come up with innovative solutions, ideas, and inspiration. From entrepreneurship and leadership, to social justice issues we’re excited to explore a wide range of “rules” that need to be rewritten.
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Columbus, Ohio

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This podcast was created to talk about a better way of doing things at work and in life and to highlight individuals, who like Heather, aren’t satisfied with the status quo. We hope that the show inspires listeners to question the systems in place around them and come up with innovative solutions, ideas, and inspiration. From entrepreneurship and leadership, to social justice issues we’re excited to explore a wide range of “rules” that need to be rewritten.

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@prtini

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English

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Episodes

010: How the Quest to Drink Water, Not Sugar Built a Business with Kara Goldin

3/14/2018
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If you’ve ever purchased something “healthy” because it said ‘diet,’ only to find out it wasn’t at all healthy, you’re not alone. It was this realization that pushed Kara Goldin to start Hint, a beverage company that produces delicious fruit infused water as a healthy alternative to soda and diet soda. This episode of Rewriting the Rules is an inspiring account of how one woman’s desire to live healthier led to her starting her own beverage company. What started off as a personal problem...

Duration:00:36:55

009: A Mother’s Fight to Make the World A Better, Safer Place for her Transgender Son with Amber Briggle

1/31/2018
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Every parent wants to protect their child from danger and harm. For some parents, it’s harder than others. Meet Amber Briggle, the self-proclaimed, fiercely protective mama bear of Max, a 9-year old transgender boy. This episode of Rewriting The Rules is a powerful story of a mother’s journey with her transgender son. It is about standing up to bullies and protecting transgender people and their right to exist in society. It is about the importance of standing in community with each other,...

Duration:00:33:15

008: Creating Credibility with Eric Koester

1/17/2018
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Imagine a room of smart, hopeful, slightly lost university students. Picture students who come from all different worlds.There are future doctors, mothers, world travelers, and entrepreneurs in the mix of students. Despite the differences, most students are enrolled in college for the same reason. They want to change the trajectory of their lives. They want to develop, over the course of their education, some experience, some valuable skills, and become an expert in a certain area. And...

Duration:00:48:31

007: Becoming an Activist with Staley Munroe — Part II

1/3/2018
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Today, in Part 2 of our interview with Staley Munroe, she shares her faith journey. She dives into the nature of God, what love really looks like, and how to “put out fear with love.” Her approach to finding common ground with the people who have the most fear is inspiring. From a young age, Staley had a desire to understand life from a spiritual angle. She spent many nights studying scripture and pondering the meaning of passages. Her findings always led her to the belief that God is...

Duration:00:30:16

006: Becoming an Activist with Staley Munroe — Part I

12/13/2017
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In the last few years, the LGBTQ community has received unprecedented attention from the media. This means two things: It means people who belong to this community have faced public disapproval, hate, scrutiny, and extreme violence. It also means there are many strong, valiant people fighting for the equal treatment of all people. The stress, anxiety and fear that accompanies transgender people from a young age is paralyzing. How can a person not belong in the one place they have no...

Duration:00:35:13

005: Politics, Progress and Digital Strategy with Caleb Gardner

11/29/2017
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Our country's current political climate can be frustrating to witness. We have an endless, circus-like news cycle. President Trump is active and provocative on Twitter, and businesses, now, more than ever, are engaged in social issues, whether they want to be or not. It’s overwhelming and exciting that social media has created a space where we are constantly connected. The potential for establishing meaningful relationships is endless. There is also pressure for businesses to live up to...

Duration:00:25:32

004: Advocating for Paid Family Leave with Tina Tchen

11/15/2017
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Tina Tchen is the former Chief of Staff for Michelle Obama and Special Assistant to President Obama. While she was in the White House she was also the Executive Director for the Council on Women and Girls. Many of her efforts during her time in the white house were focused on women and families. She could be described as driven and passionate. Most recently, Tina is the co-chair for The United State of Women, a powerful event that promotes gender equality. She has also worked to start a...

Duration:00:11:28

003: Challenging the Status Quo with Deirdre Breakenridge

10/25/2017
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Technology and social media has changed almost every aspect of life in the last decade. It has changed how we communicate and collaborate. It has changed how businesses share information, connect with consumers and start conversations. Today, we chat with . She has worked and led in public relations for 25+ years. She has been at the forefront of digital technology and communication and she has truly changed the way people think about public relations. Early in her career, Deirdre was...

Duration:00:26:30

002: What it Means to be a Neighbor with Sloane Davidson

10/25/2017
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There has never been an easy time to be an immigrant in America. The challenge of a new country, a new culture, a new language and a new neighborhood can be incredibly overwhelming. For many families, a friend or welcoming neighbor can make the transition significantly easier. An organization based out of Pittsburgh called Hello Neighbor is working to connect immigrant families with mentor families. This program was inspired by a shared Thanksgiving meal; now it is an organization...

Duration:00:31:22

001: Access to Tampons in the Workplace with Claire Coder

10/4/2017
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When you think about public women's restrooms, you think about toilet paper, seat covers, hand soap and paper towels. But what about tampons? What about pads? Tampons and pads are used every day in public restrooms, but they aren’t provided like toilet paper and hand soap. A few years ago, Claire Coder noticed public bathrooms weren’t offering free tampons and pads and she decided to do something about it. Claire founded, and is the current CEO, of Aunt Flow. Aunt Flow sells and...

Duration:00:18:45