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Episode 17: Women, Love, Money and Power

Financial education is not the key to female empowerment. What is? Closing the gap between what you know and what you do. It’s about your ability to confidently have a tough financial conversation with others. Women are equal to or superior to men when making financial decisions. So, they need to become comfortable with economic…

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Episode 16: How Women Rise

Do you shy away from pointing out your accomplishments at work? Expect others to acknowledge and value your contributions? Suffer from a disease to please? Do you always have to be perfect? Behaviors and traits that serve you well at the start of your career may create problems later on. They could prevent you from…

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Episode 15: How To Build Intentional Relationships

Do you ever feel sleazy, dirty, or inauthentic when trying to connect with people you don’t know, just to build your network? Why not focus on those you know, rather than those you don’t. What are the do’s and don’ts of successful networking? Today, my guest is David Burkus, author of Friend of a Friend.…

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Episode 14: How To Get Sh*t Done

How has patriarchal productivity hurt women? As a modern female leader, do you feel overwhelmed and over-scheduled? Do you think you have to be perfect? The key in leveraging your productivity is learning to slow down and focus. Today, my guest is Erin Falconer, author of How to Get Sh*t Done: Why Women Need to…

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Episode 13: How To Build Emotional Courage

Take a look at yourself in the mirror. What’s your self-concept? Are you a good leader, or a great one? Wondering what the difference is? Emotional courage. Today, my guest is Peter Bregman, author of Leading with Emotional Courage: How to Have Hard Conversations, Create Accountability, and Inspire Action On Your Most Important Work. He is…

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Episode 12: How To Embrace Your Feminine Energy

When I first started my career in PR, being feminine in the work place was perceived as weak, and thus you can be sure I did everything in my power to hide or mask many of my feminine traits.  While the perception of femininity in the work place has changed quite a bit since then,…

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