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Coffee Chats with Inspiring Women

Author: Alyson Clayton

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Building a community for women to show up in their truest form and to inspire others through telling their own story. If you are interested in entrepreneurship, changing careers, corporate life, knowing how to use your voice, setting clear boundaries, or learning how to be your best self, this podcast is for you. If you get inspired by other women who are authentic and living out their dreams, you are in the right place! It's simple...women supporting women through storytelling!You can follow along with more content and resources on instagram. @inspiringcoffeechats
12 Episodes
This conversation is filled with knowledge around yoga, the Raleigh community, and the ups and downs of starting a business during the pandemic. If you are local to the Raleigh area, this episode will inspire you to learn more about the community that Jolene & Katie are continuing to build. This space has been a game changer for me personally and I hope you enjoy our conversation!You can find more information about their studio and offerings here: 
Brit and I chat about her personal journey and how she decided to open her own wellness center. If you are interested in learning more about integrative wellness through mental health and body movement, you should listen! Brit is very passionate about creating a safe space for anyone to feel welcome and she brings a lot of knowledge around body image and the fitness world.  Her wellness center offers so many options to create connection. I love this conversation and I know you will too. Check it out!Here is her website: 
Nicoa and I chat about her story and all the learnings that came from creating her Life by Design. She started her own coaching business after leaving the corporate world and she shares some bold & vulnerable stories on how she got there. If you are looking to be inspired and learn ways to ensure you are authentically connected to yourself, make sure you listen. She is on FIRE and brings her full self to our conversation and I am here for it! Hope you Enjoy!
This episode is just me discussing my experience while attending a workshop focused on this this past year and how to transition into our next phase collectively. I share my personal struggles during this  last year and some helpful perspectives to encourage connection, community and movement. Resources are below that I discuss in this episode:Jolene Johnson: Little:
This episode is with Jourdan Saunders who is the CEO & Founder of The Resource Key.  I have known Jourdan for many years but just recently reconnected. We discuss her personal story, her new business which focuses on Inclusive Branding to ensure People with Disabilities are included, and making meaningful connections with brands. She also shares some great insights for women seeking to start their own businesses! Enjoy!!
Rebecca and I chat about all things Human Resources and all the lessons learned through the years. She shares how she started her company, HRuprise and her intentions behind the platform. If you have ever struggled with how to handle situations in a work environment, this is the episode for you.We also dive into her personal story through the pandemic. She was diagnosed with Breast Cancer right before lockdown occurred for the pandemic. Rebecca bravely shares the last year of her life. Such an inspiring woman who has persevered and fought like hell this last year! She is a badass and I am so thrilled to have her on my podcast.
Emily and I chat about why she started Growga and what that journey has been like through the pandemic. If you are a mother, this is a great episode for you to listen to! She gets vulnerable about her personal struggles and how her company has helped her, other yoga teachers and most importantly children navigate mindfulness! I was so inspired by our conversation and I hope you will be too!
Donna Tate has been a mentor of mine for many years. She leads fundraising efforts for Methodist Home for Children that assists adoption, foster care, juvenile justice, and a host of other services to take care of families during transitional times. She is an incredible advocate for care and she is one of the most humble humans I have ever met. Please enjoy our conversation about her story and how she ended up in her dream career! 
Chasta and I chat about her story and the book that she wrote about her journey called Trash the Trophies. Chasta has an incredible story that everyone can relate to. She has a determination, outstanding work ethic, and the ability to speak her truth and go against the norms in her industry. Chasta is an inspiring woman that I am so thankful to know and celebrate all that she has accomplished and will continue to accomplish in her life. Take a listen...I promise you will be inspired!
Brooks shares her story about how she became her own boss. I have known Brooks for several years and I am so thrilled to have her share her journey. It has been so inspiring to watch her grow her business this last year. Enjoy!
This episode is with one of my dear friends Nicole Case. We have known each other for ten years now and this episode is a conversation about her personal career journey, how she became her own boss, and what she learned through the process. Nicole is a career and leadership coach located here in the triangle. She provides valuable insights on what worked for her and how she approaches her decisions in life. We discuss the importance of networking, when you should start looking for another job opportunity, and how fear can be a game changer if you use it in the right way. I hope you enjoy!
I introduce the reason I started this podcast and a little about my story. I walk through the learnings I have had over the last 2 years related to boundaries and self care. I am no expert but just sharing my experience. Hope you enjoy!
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