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This Is Woman's Work with Nicole Kalil

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Together, we're redefining what it means, looks and feels like, to be doing "woman's work" in the world today. With confidence and the occasional rant.

From boardrooms to studios, kitchens to coding dens, we explore the multifaceted experiences of today's woman, confirming that the new definition of "woman's work" is whatever feels authentic, true, and right for you.

We're shedding expectations, setting aside the "shoulds", giving our finger to the "supposed tos". We're torching the old playbook and writing our own rules.

Who runs the world? You decide.

Learn more at nicolekalil.com
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Why is it that when someone says self-care, I have to keep my eyes from rolling into the back of my head? Why does it feel like it doesn’t mean what it’s supposed to mean anymore? Is it really the answer to ALL of our problems? And does it even help to tell women who are already exhausted and already have more shit than they can handle to do more self-care? I don’t know, friend. But we’re going to talk about it. Our guest is Dr. Christine Coleman, the Founder and CEO of POC Thriving, a private practice specializing in the intersection of mental health and inclusion, as well as the Executive Director of Sol Sisters Inc., a nonprofit with a mission to help diverse women overcome societal barriers by providing educational and empowering experiences that promote their personal and professional evolution. Working with companies like Pinterest, Business Wire, Mulesoft by Salesforce, and the Major League Baseball Network, Dr. Christine focuses on mental health, inclusivity, and belonging initiatives so organizations can better prioritize the psychological well-being and retention of their employees. Prioritizing yourself, and taking time to care for yourself sends you and others a message about your self-worth. You’re teaching yourself and others how you deserve to be treated. And it radiates into all areas of your life. We’re not meant to be running on fumes… we get to find the fuel we need. Connect with Dr. Coleman: Website: https://www.drchristinecoleman.com/  IG: https://www.instagram.com/drchristinecoleman/  LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drchristinecoleman/  Complimentary 30 min coaching session: https://www.drchristinecoleman.com/booking We’d love for solsisters.org to receive donations for under-resourced women to receive a free membership to our courses on mental health, physical health, creative expression, and professional development. Here is the link to the Enrich program https://www.solsisters.org/enrich-membership  Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Visit  https://www.heyfreya.co/ and use promo code TIWW for 25% off Quench to keep yourself hydrated, as well as all their other products!
Introducing Biden Passes the Torch to Kamala from Pod Save America.Follow the show: Pod Save AmericaIn a historic moment in what was already a norm-shattering campaign, Joe Biden withdraws from the presidential race and endorses Kamala Harris. As the rest of the party moves to unite behind the VP, Jon, Lovett, Dan, and Tommy talk how Biden arrived at his decision, the particular strengths that Harris brings to the race against Donald Trump, and how the GOP will look to blunt the new burst of Democratic energy and excitement. For a closed-captioned version of this episode, click here. For a transcript of this episode, please email transcripts@crooked.com and include the name of the podcast. DISCLAIMER: Please note, this is an independent podcast episode not affiliated with, endorsed by, or produced in conjunction with the host podcast feed or any of its media entities. The views and opinions expressed in this episode are solely those of the creators and guests. For any concerns, please reach out to team@podroll.fm.
Decision-making is a skill we should have all learned in school, but didn’t. On this episode, we’re going to learn how to make decisions - and not little inconsequential ones, but the big life-changing and life-defining decisions - with the help of Abby Davisson. Abby has dedicated her career to helping others achieve their goals, first as a social innovation leader and now as an author and entrepreneur. She is the co-author of Money and Love: An Intelligent Roadmap for Life’s Biggest Decisions and the founder and CEO of the Money and Love Institute, which helps people make better decisions that lead to happiness, prosperity, and purpose.  When making decisions, sometimes a pause is helpful, sometimes you do really need to “think about it”, but at some point – and I’m guessing that point is much sooner than we think – we must decide. We cannot make progress, we don’t get closer to what matters, without making decisions. So it’s time we learn how to make the best ones for us! Connect with Abby: LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/abbydavisson/  Decision-Making Style Quiz: https://www.moneylovebook.com/quiz  Substack Newsletter: https://abbydavisson.substack.com/  Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Bamboo fabric that is perfectly soft, temperature regulating, machine washable and committed to ethical production, Cozy Earth checks all the boxes, and is now on every bed in my house. Get your sheets (and more) by visiting cozyearth.com and use my code NICOLEKALIL to get 40% off!
Women supporting women is a hashtag we see all over the place, but are we really doing it well? In business, I know many women who hesitate to leverage their own communities to grow their businesses. So this episode is for the business owner that’s wondering how to do this. It’s also for the friends, and the loved ones, to learn to be and become women who support women. It’s not just a hashtag friends, it’s a way of being. It’s an ACTION. To help us be smart about leveraging and creating a connected community to grow your business, is Kami Guildner, founder of the Extraordinary Women Ignite Conference, host of the award-winning Extraordinary Women Radio™, and best-selling author of Firedancer: Your Spiral Journey to a Life of Passion and Purpose.  It’s my belief there’s a special place in heaven for what my sister calls “Front Row Friends” – the ones who show up ready to cheer you on, are the first to stand for the ovation, and are screaming support for you and whatever you do at the top of their lungs. Yeah. Get yourself one of those. Connect with Kami: Website: https://www.kamiguildner.com/  IG: https://www.instagram.com/kamiguildner/  LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kamiguildner/  FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1386664118079263/  Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/extraordinary-women-radio/id1216249277  Free Trainings: https://www.kamiguildner.com/events/  Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Email podcast@nicolekalil.com to learn more about advertising on the This Is Woman’s Work podcast. Want hundreds of thousands of people to learn about your offering? Let us help you take your business to the next level!
Our topic today may sound like one that falls under the old definition of woman’s work, but we’re going to talk about the etiquette everyone should know today. Heather Wiese joins us, as an Etiquette Writer and Founder of Bell’INVITO, a woman-owned, responsible luxury brand that sells stationery and leather goods made with heart and high standards. Heather is passionate about empowering others by teaching social skills and outlining how to invest in relationships for optimal results. She advocates re-facing old-school stodgy etiquette with a new vernacular and refreshing relatability, with the philosophy that the world is a better, kinder place when people invest in social skills and learn about empathy. And she’s here to help us with the do’s & don’ts and ways to be emotionally intelligent in a variety of common social events & situations. While you’re out there doing whatever version of woman’s work feels true for you, remember to mind your manners and follow this old quote – if you don’t have anything nice to say then don’t say anything at all. Let’s throw out what no longer works for us, but make sure to bring forward the things that do. Connect with Heather: Website: https://www.bellinvito.com/  IG: https://www.instagram.com/heather_g_wiese/  IG: https://www.instagram.com/bellinvito/  Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Book your in-depth virtual visit with the menopause and perimenopause medical experts at Midi Health by going to joinmidi.com - they accept most major health insurance plans! 
Every time you lie – or fib, stretch or bend the truth, blow smoke, tell a white lie, tell a bald faced lie, lie thru your teeth, spin a yarn, hold back, keep the peace, it doesn’t matter what you call it – every time you do it, you’re chipping away at your own confidence.  On this episode of This Is Woman’s Work, we’re going to talk about the lies we tell, why we do it, and what it’s costing us. Lauren Handel Zander, Founder and CEO of Handel Group, an international corporate consulting and life coaching company, joins as our guest. Her coaching methodology, The Handel Method®, is taught in over 35 universities and institutes of learning around the world, including MIT, Stanford Graduate School of Business, and NYU. She is the creator of Inner.U: the online coaching course that teaches us to Human Better®, and leverages the entirety of The Handel Method, which is being used by celebrities, CEOs, and entrepreneurs. The author of Maybe It’s You, Lauren has been a featured expert in The New York Times, BBC, Forbes, Women’s Health, Dr. Oz, and Marie Claire and has also contributed to Businessweek and the Huffington Post. It’s time to tell the truth – your truth. Because if your pants are going to be on fire, let’s have it be about what matters - because of the fire that’s inside you, not because of the lies you tell.  Connect with Lauren: Website: https://www.inneru.coach/  IG: https://www.instagram.com/inneru.coach/  IG: https://www.instagram.com/laurenzander_coach/  The InnerU Course that’s used by dozens of celebrities, CEOs, and entrepreneurs: https://www.inneru.coach/ To receive $75 off use code: NICOLEKALIL  Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Go to AquaTru.com and enter code TIWW at checkout for 20% off any AquaTru purifier to get yourself, and someone you love, purified water!
This episode is about the value of connection – and I’m going to encourage every single one of us to take one measurable step away from loneliness and toward connection after listening. Kasley Killam is a leading expert in social health and the author of The Art and Science of Connection: Why Social Health is the Missing Key to Living Longer, Healthier, and Happier. As a graduate of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, sought-after advisor and keynote speaker, and founder of Social Health Labs, Kasley has been improving global well-being through connection for over a decade. Her collaborations with organizations like Google, the US Department of Health and Human Services, and the World Economic Forum contribute to building more socially healthy products, workplaces, and communities. And she’s here today to talk about loneliness and the value of connection. There is no pill or diet that can replace human connection. No pharmacy or doctor who can fill the void or our desire to be seen. In a world of followers, comments and algorithms, we are craving connection, intimacy, and empathy. And here’s what I know for sure - you deserve to be seen, heard, and valued. We all do. Connection – as if our lives depend on it – that is woman’s work. Connect with Kasley: Book: The Art & Science of Connection Website: https://www.kasleykillam.com/  IG: https://www.instagram.com/kasleykillam/?hl=en  LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kasleykillam/  Newsletter: https://www.kasleykillam.com/newsletter  Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Breathe better with AirDoctor, the air purifier that filters out 99.99% of dangerous contaminants (allergens, pollen, pet dander, dust mites, mold spores and even bacteria and viruses) so your lungs don’t have to. Visit airdoctorpro.com and use my promo code: TIWW to get up to $300 OFF air purifiers and a free 3 year warranty (and additional $84 value).
THE Alison Armstrong returns to our show to continue what was a wildly popular discussion earlier in the year where we talked about men, because when we stopped recording I had more questions than I had even started with. This time around we are talking all about women, and how our needs and behaviors affect those around us.  Alison Armstrong’s exploration of human behavior began in 1991, with her decision to study men. She says she thought it would take her a few months to learn everything worth knowing about them, and ended up being surprised by many of her findings. Over the years, her success in understanding men naturally led to studying women’s behavior and making vital connections between the two, which we’re going to dive into today. As a sought-after speaker and thought-leader, Alison has been giving millions of people access to more fulfilling lives, loving relationships, stronger families and productive organizations and her philosophy and approach are referenced and taught by other well known authors, speakers, business consultants and therapists. Here’s what I know for sure: The only place I’m interested in leading anyone is back to themselves. To the part that lives inside you and me, and every one of us – the part that knows who you are and gets to decide who gets your best. Instinct, inner knowing, gut feeling – I don’t care what you call it, but I do care that you listen to it. As Alison says, honor yourself first, or all else is lost. Connect with Alison: Website: www.alisonarmstrong.com  IG: @thealisonarmstrong FB: https://www.facebook.com/understandmen  Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Book your in depth virtual visit with the menopause and perimenopause medical experts at Midi Health by going to joinmidi.com - they accept most major health insurance plans! 
On this episode of TIWW I share (ok rant) some of the things we still find ourselves saying in the year 2024. These are things we’re all hearing and probably saying – mostly out of habit or because we can’t think of what else to say – but regardless of the reason we should absolutely stop saying. Immediately. Like right fucking now. We make an agreement with each other that these phrases and questions will no longer fly out of our mouths, and maybe that we’ll even encourage others to stop when they fly out of theirs. In preparation, I polled a bunch of women, and here are the things that make it into the top of our “Stop Saying That” list. Feel free to forward this episode to your moms, aunts, cousins, coworkers, friends – all the people who are still saying these things.  You don’t owe anyone explanations about your life and choices. And we can’t prevent people from saying stupid shit, as much as I wish we could. So make kindness your go-to and fuck off your sidekick. Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Email podcast@nicolekalil.com to learn more advertising on the This Is Woman’s Work podcast and to schedule your spot today. Want hundreds of thousands of people to learn about your offering? Let us help you take it to the next level!
A fair warning before we dive into this conversation – once you see it, you won’t be able to unsee it. Our guest is Jessica Calarco, a Sociologist and Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She’s an award winning teacher, a leading expert on inequalities in family life and education, and the author of Holding it Together: How Women Became America’s Social Safety Net. Jessica has written several books, as well as for the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Atlantic, and CNN and she’s here today to talk about the downsides of women “holding it together” The time has come for us to value the essential care work that’s being done by women – not just by saying nice things or thanking moms in awards speeches, but in ways that really matter. Let’s be a country that takes care of the people who care for its people. I won’t say that being a caregiver is woman’s work, but I will say that making sure our caregivers are being taken care of absolutely is. Let’s lighten the load for them, for us, for women. Connect with Jessica: Book: Holding It Together: How Women Became America’s Safety Net Website: https://www.jessicacalarco.com/  Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Book your in depth virtual visit with the menopause and perimenopause medical experts at Midi Health by going to joinmidi.com - they accept most major health insurance plans! 
When we market our business we know the outcome we want, but how many of us truly understand what our potential clients or customers want? Do we understand how they make decisions? On this episode our guest talks about the Age of Instinct and how we can and should adapt our marketing efforts in a way that actually influences people. Joining us is Leslie Zane, award-winning marketer, TEDx speaker and recognized authority in harnessing the instinctive mind to accelerate brand and business growth. Founder and CEO of Triggers, the first brand consulting firm rooted in behavioral science, Leslie champions the primacy of the instinctive mind in brand decisions. She is the author of The Power of Instinct: The New Rules of Persuasion in Business and Life and her groundbreaking contributions have deepened our understanding of human decision-making and unlocked the elusive formula for accelerating brand and business growth. How can you leverage Growth Triggers in your business, in your communities and in your life? Because let’s face it, it’s not just business owners that are trying to get other people to do what we want. Every single one of us has a brand – and we’re all out there marketing it. We’re living billboards for our values, our beliefs, and our choices. Connect with Leslie: Book: https://thepowerofinstinctbook.com/ Website: https://lesliezane.com/  TedX: https://www.ted.com/talks/leslie_zane_the_hidden_link_between_success_and_the_subconscious/up-next  Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Breathe better with AirDoctor, the air purifier that filters out 99.99% of dangerous contaminants (allergens, pollen, pet dander, dust mites, mold spores and even bacteria and viruses) so your lungs don’t have to. Visit airdoctorpro.com and use my promo code: TIWW to get up to $300 OFF air purifiers and a free 3 year warranty (and additional $84 value).
Ozempic is a hot topic these days. So many podcasts are bringing medical experts on their shows, but on this episode of This Is Woman’s Work I share my very own internal debate about trying Ozempic.  I have never taken any weight loss medication before, but I am considering it. There are many reasons why I want to, and many reasons why I don’t.  You’ll have to listen in to hear me share my thought process, the internal dilemma, and some considerations as I make this personal decision for myself. Because that’s ultimately what this is; a personal decision of what I feel is best for my own body. I’m not taking it lightly and no matter what I decide, it’s time we stop obsessing about the choices people make with their own bodies.  Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Book your in depth virtual visit with the menopause and perimenopause medical experts at Midi Health by going to joinmidi.com - they accept most major health insurance plans! 
Do you feel good… naked? Serious question. When you’re in the shower, getting ready, standing in front of a mirror, laying in front of, or on top of someone – do you feel good? Our guest is Chardét Ryel, a wellness entrepreneur and behavior change specialist who helps women celebrate their bodies, magnify their voices and live life boldly. After 10 years as a certified Personal Trainer and nutritionist, Chardét is now the host of The Feel Good Nakd podcast, where she shares a path to well-being that goes well beyond the scale. It has been reported that over 90% of women feel dissatisfied with their bodies so I think it’s pretty clear it’s time for a revolution that ends with us feeling good naked. And even more importantly, this revolution will require risk, courage, vision, integrity, a willingness to do hard things, and strong relationships – how do I know that? Well, because it’s what all revolutions require.  Connect with Chardét: Website: www.feelgoodnakd.com  For women leaders and entrepreneurs looking for support and unfiltered information, visit: https://herfirst3years.com/  Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Breathe better with AirDoctor, the air purifier that filters out 99.99% of dangerous contaminants (allergens, pollen, pet dander, dust mites, mold spores and even bacteria and viruses) so your lungs don’t have to. Visit airdoctorpro.com and use my promo code: TIWW to get up to $300 OFF air purifiers and a free 3 year warranty (and additional $84 value).
If you’re looking for some encouragement to chase your dreams, if it’s time for you to take that shot, or if you’re just looking for some energy to make it through your day, this is the episode for you! Judi Holler is a fire starter, an energy shifter, the ultimate hype woman, one of my favorite people to follow on IG, and she’s moving audiences worldwide to take massive action in their lives and businesses. For the last decade, Judi has built an enterprise that includes a robust keynote speaking business, a top podcast, Speaker Training, and a best-selling book. Each year, Judi shifts energy in convention centers and ballrooms worldwide with audiences of 50 - 50,000 with her motivational, inspiring, and transformational keynote experiences.  If speaking is the dream you want to holler at, there isn’t anything out there that I’d recommend more than Judi’s Speaker School - you get lifetime access to hours of training, 6 live calls with Judi and top industry experts, 50+ pages of printable worksheets, legal documents, and the speech writing framework you need to knock people’s socks off! You can pay in full or over three months, and you get $450 off when you use promo code TIWW. Don’t waste another minute worrying and overthinking… it’s time to HOLLER AT YOUR DREAMS! Connect with Judi: Website: https://judiholler.com/  IG: https://www.instagram.com/judiholler/  Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Whether you’re ready to build your speaking business or step on more stages to grow your existing business, Speaker School is for you! Click this link to find out more and use code TIWW for $450 off! 
We say kindness doesn’t cost a thing, but the reality is it must cost something or we’d be choosing it more. Today we talk about giving a FECK (forgiveness, empathy, compassion, kindness) and how we move from pithy statements to meaningful action. Here to help us do that is Chaz Ebert, CEO of Ebert Digital, the publisher of the preeminent movie review site RogerEbert.com, a legal adviser, TV and movie producer at Ebert Productions. For twenty-four years, she shared a life with Pulitzer Prize-winner Roger Ebert, and Chaz has passionately continued their work, leading numerous events while nurturing film critics, filmmakers, and technologists through the Roger Ebert Fellowship. Chaz has just released her book: It’s Time to Give a FECK - Elevating Humanity through Forgiveness, Empathy, Compassion, and Kindness. It's time for us to start GIVING a FECK! And yes, I wish Empathy started with a U.  Connect with Chaz: Website: https://giveafeck.com/  IG: https://www.instagram.com/chazebert/  LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chaz-ebert-b3822545/  X: https://twitter.com/ChazEbert/  Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Visit  https://www.heyfreya.co/ and use promo code TIWW for 25% off Quench to keep yourself hydrated!
What we need to know about raising our children to have a HEALTHY body image – because the more women who are out there with body confidence, the better.  Our guest, Lauren Magers, is a 5-foot-tall firecracker, who believes a life of happiness starts with mastery of yourself and having a system in place that guides you every day with the skills, habits, and responsibilities to be a successful human. A mother of 4 and a leader of a blended family by the age of 27, she went on a quest to uncover the wisdom to raise extraordinary humans who can thrive and be happy adults in today’s world. Creator of The Happy LifeSystem; the world’s first comprehensive parenting system built on the fundamentals of empowerment and self-mastery in a gamified way, Lauren teaches parents and children how to find joy in all they do, and love the bodies they do it in. Here’s what I know for sure: The answer does not lie in focusing on how our body looks to others.  What if we taught our kids (and also ourselves) to focus on how our body feels, what it allows and affords us to do, its health, strength and longevity. What if we practiced treating our bodies the way we want to be treated – prioritized, accepted, listened to, appreciated, and valued at the highest level. Change always begins with us. It can be no other way. Connect with Lauren: Website: www.LaurenMagers.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/thelaurenmagers/  To get 20% off Lauren’s Crack The Parenting Code Course use the promo code: TIWW  Free ebook: 8 secrets to being a happy parent Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Go to AquaTru.com and enter code TIWW at checkout for 20% off any AquaTru purifier to get yourself, and someone you love, purified water!
Codependency is not just happening at home. It’s happening in our professional lives, our work environments and relationships too. But I’m not so sure we’re hearing much about that, so we’re going to dive into the topic of codependency at work on this episode of This Is Woman’s Work. Amina AlTai is a holistic business and career coach, proud immigrant and chronic illness advocate and our guest on today’s episode. In addition to her one-on-one work with forward thinking and notable leaders, executives and founders, Amina was also a founding coach for Chief (the women’s leadership organization) and led the coaching division for Inspire Justice (which trains entertainment organizations and celebrities). She is an Entrepreneur Magazine expert-in-residence, a Forbes contributor and was named one of Success Magazine’s Women of Influence. Her debut book, The Ambition Trap: A Blueprint for Releasing Hustle, Finding Purpose and Driving Change will launch in Spring 2025.  Here are a few things to keep in mind so we don’t create codependency in our work lives: Our strengths taken too far can easily become our greatest weakness There is a difference between empowering people and enabling them Being needed is not the same as being valued Connect with Amina: Website: https://aminaaltai.com/  IG: https://www.instagram.com/aminaaltai  FB: https://www.facebook.com/aminaaltai  Change Your Life Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/amina-change-your-life/id1669584137  Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Breathe better with AirDoctor, the air purifier that filters out 99.99% of dangerous contaminants (allergens, pollen, pet dander, dust mites, mold spores and even bacteria and viruses) so your lungs don’t have to. Visit airdoctorpro.com and use my promo code: TIWW to get up to $300 OFF air purifiers and a free 3 year warranty (and additional $84 value).
We’re talking about money! More specifically, we’re going to talk about money in our romantic relationships, because let’s face it – love is not all you need.  Money is the 3rd wheel in many relationships. And it’s not really about money, it’s the habits, goals, and beliefs – because when any of those are not the same, it causes stress in that relationship. Don’t believe me? Well, 89% of people polled (according to Forbes) believe that financial stability is necessary for a happy and successful relationship. I’ve invited Anna N’Jie-Konte, President of Re-Envision Wealth as our guest. Anna is a passionate believer in the empowerment and economic liberation of women and minorities and has been honored as an Investopedia Top 100 Financial Advisor, been named one of 2023’s “Hot List” by Investment News and 10 “Young Advisors to Watch” by Financial Advisor Magazine. Anna also serves on the advisory board of Wealth.com. as a CFP Board Ambassador, and as a board member of the Finserv Foundation. We must have these money conversations early and often. Because money doesn’t buy love, but it sure can bankrupt a relationship – so it’s time to build a healthy, productive, empowered relationship with your finances and then bring that to your relationships. Connect with Anna: Website: www.re-envisionwealth.com  Newsletter: www.annanjiekonte.com/signup  IG: @anjiekonte Join the Club: https://bit.ly/FinancialPowerhouseTheClub The Club is an amazing, no-fluff community for first-gen women who want to feel financially fluent and break negative financial cycles. Whether you’re just getting started or are a seasoned investor- this is for you. Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: If you’re looking for the next best thing to a no-bra day, go to cakesbody.com and use my promo code TIWW for 10% off your Lounge Layer Bra (whether you order 1 or 5 of them). And then thank me later.
Is success about how much you make? Is it about being influential? Is it about having it all?  How do we, how do YOU, define success? Here to help us answer that question is Stella Grizont, the Author of The Work Happiness Method, an Executive Coach, one of the first 150 people in the world to earn a Master’s in Applied Positive Psychology (aka the science of happiness) from the University of Pennsylvania, and a leading happiness expert according to Time Magazine. Leveraging research from positive psychology, neuroscience, and leadership, Stella helps people identify their vision of success and make strides towards achieving it -- in their career and in life. Success needs to first be defined in order to be achieved. And then acknowledged and celebrated in order to be experienced. Otherwise we’re just chasing an elusive moving target, and I can tell you from experience that that is fucking exhausting. Create YOUR success – define it, achieve it, celebrate it. Connect with Stella: Website: www.stellagrizont.com  Book: https://www.stellagrizont.com/work-happiness-method-book  IG: https://www.instagram.com/stellagrizont/  Free Vision Generator Resource: www.visiongenerator.com  Like what you heard? Please rate and review  Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Once I got these leggings, I switched my loyalty to LNDR. I’m not sure what witchcraft was used to create their uber soft, extremely sculpting leggings, but I’m here for it. Go to lndr.com and use promo code TIWW to get 20% off. (And here’s the campaign video I mentioned - it’s SO GOOD!)
What would it look like if you became unapologetically BOLD? What would be different? And how do we do it? We’re rereleasing one of our favorite episodes with THE Boldness Coach, Vaneese Johnson as she is a highly accomplished and renowned professional in the field of coaching and has established herself as a trusted expert in empowering women to claim their boldness and achieve unprecedented success. A truth teller and transformation instigator, she challenges us to step out of our comfort zones and embrace our full potential. And you know I’m here for all of that. Vaneese says “If you want a better quality of life, then update it your damn self!” (now that’s an example of being bold!) It’s time for all of us to choose boldness! Connect with Vaneese and access resources: Website: https://www.theboldnesscoach.com/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/theboldnesscoach/ Book: https://www.theboldnesscoach.com/boldismsbook Download your FREE copy of 4 beliefs: https://www.theboldnesscoach.com/4beliefs Thanks to our This Is Woman’s Work Sponsor: Get yourself hydrated by going to heyfreya.co and use my code TIWW to get yourself 25% off Quench and all their other amazing products!
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