Favorite quote from this episode: if not me then who, if not now then when?

Song: Lizzo: Good As Hell

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https://www.linkedin.com/in/farra/

https://twitter.com/farra

https://twitter.com/BigDuck

https://bigduck.com/

There is a difference between failing and giving up.

Be ok with failing, but not with giving up.

Reference to Rana Lee: “Practice does not make perfect, practice builds confidence”
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Katie Karlovitz

 

In this episode, we talk about the equation that makes public speakers engaging and how we invite goodness into our life.

We dig deep into the power of using our voice as women TODAY – from the board room to our conversations amongst friends.

Follow Katie online here: 

http://www.katiekarlovitz.com/

https://www.instagram.com/katie_karlovitz/?hl=en

https://www.linkedin.com/in/karlovitzkatie/

 

Amanda Devito

In this episode, we’re talking to Amanda DeVito, the Vice President of Engagement at Butler/Till, an advertising agency based in Rochester, New York. We begin the conversation by talking about clients, the trifecta of things we need to keep in mind in terms of what we create, and the meaning of the work. We get deep into the importance of taking time for people and meditation practices that rejuvenate. 

For women that are entering a new phase in their career and stepping into who they are, you’re gonna love this one. Let’s get to the show.

Where you can find Amanda:

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amandadevito 

References mentioned:

Calm, available on the App Store

In this episode, we go deep with life coach Pam Drzewiecki on her path to doing work with complete joy on a path all your own. Pam is such a generous sharer of what she knows and gives us actionable insights into how we can step into our greatness.

Pam also shares personally of her own experience working full time and transitioning into work as a coach and a bit about her divorce and building a new life and love of it all.

In today’s episode, we talk to Daina Middleton. Daina has had an amazing career and she walks us through her dynamic journey from HP to Twitter to the new ventures she’s starting. We learn with and from somebody that has led an impactful life, not only through cultivating strong relationships but by learning and generating tools along the way.

We begin this conversation by talking about all of the different things Daina identifies as right now – an author, artist, participant marketer, and explorer – and through the entire story we find out even more about the roles she takes on in her day-to-day life, and the empowering model that this type of thinking creates.

Where you can find Daina:

Website: http://www.dainamiddleton.com

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/dainamiddleton

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dainamiddleton

References mentioned:

Grace Meets Grit: How to Bring Out the Remarkable, Courageous Leader Within by Daina Middleton

I am so excited to start 2020 with this amazing conversation with Kelly Cheatle, Artistic Director at Airigami! We talk about living a creative life, how we’re all connected and responsible for our contributions and what that has to do with Stone Soup and my sense of wonder was reignited by the impermanence and beauty available to us within art.

Be sure to follow Kelly and the work created by Airigami:

www.airigami.com

https://www.instagram.com/airigami/

https://www.youtube.com/larrymoss

https://twitter.com/airigami

Friends in this episode we’re talking to the amazing Suzanne Piotrowski. I was so excited to speak with Suzanne ahead of our interview because I’ve been a long-time admirer of how she’s cultivated the work she does.
In this conversation, we talk about being an entrepreneur as a consultant and being a TEDx organizer. Suzanne is an expert at helping people and companies change for good. Digging deep into intention towards a solution. We talk about how to be ready for what we are not prepared to hear. The one skill as a leader you need to be tuning right now.
Suzanne shares this one line that has been really shifting for me in work and parenting too: Don’t do anything about me without me.
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Friends, today we’re talking to Ilise Benun. She’s the founder of Marketing Mentor, a firm that specializes in helping creative professionals take their work to the next level, as well as an author, speaker, and teacher.

I’m really excited to share this one — Ilise taught us a lot in this episode. We talk about the creative life, doing creative work, and how we can position ourselves to keep doing this work without falling into the feast/famine cycle, which many of us in creative or client-based work have found ourselves in.

We talk about discovering who we are and trusting our intuition, and Ilise asks us some really powerful questions: What would be the best thing for me to take in right now? What would it look like if I were ready? Am I learning anything? Is what I’m doing reinforcing the beliefs that are holding me back? What would be beautiful in this moment?

This is a really juicy conversation — you’re going to have notes from this one.

Where you can find Ilise:

Website: https://www.marketing-mentor.com

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ilisebenun

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ilisebenun

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ilise.benun

References mentioned:

The Most Human Human: What Talking with Computers Teaches Us About What it Means to be Alive by Brian Christian

Thank You for Being Late: An Optimist’s Guide to Thriving in the Age of Accelerations by Thomas L. Friedman

Today we’re talking to Paula Rizzo author of Listful Living and Listful Thinking and a media guru. In this podcast we dive deep into the writing of books, the backstory behind List Producer her blog that helped her secure her book deals and how her businesses is growing today.  We talk about the move from working full time at Fox News to branching out on her own and the space this has created for more exploration.

Paula is a lover of lists and she shares the lists you need…and maybe a few that aren’t actually helping you. Paula graciously shares her Business Year in Review template which is PACKED with questions to help you evaluate 2019 so as you look ahead to 2020 you’re doing more of what you love and less of what you didn’t.

“Lists should be setting you free, not making you feel terrible”
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