TNW26: The Vanished Podcast with Marissa Jones

TNW26: The Vanished Podcast with Marissa Jones

In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview Marissa Jones, producer and host of The Vanished Podcast.

In this interview, meet the founder, producer, creator, and host of The Vanished Podcast, Marissa Jones. The Vanished is a true crime podcast that explores the stories of those who have gone missing. Marissa Jones, our guest today, selects the cases she’ll explore,  interviewing the loved ones who are still searching for answers, reviewing police case files, and even interviewing officers who worked on the cases and persons of interest in certain disappearances. Marissa is also a paralegal and a Mama. Listen in to hear why she’s interested in missing person cases, how the podcast has evolved over time, and how she got to New and Noteworthy on iTunes (Apple Podcasts).

IN THIS EPISODE, I EXPLORE:

  • Why Marissa wanted to start the podcast
  • How the podcast has evolved
  • Her process for each case and podcast episode
  • Her advice for our listeners after interviewing so many families of missing persons

I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did creating it. You can listen now, right here from this webpage by clicking the play button below.

Prefer Apple Podcasts (formerly iTunes)? Click here. Android user? Go to Stitcher here. Radio Public? Spotify? And more? And of course, if you loved the episode, a review is always appreciated! 

EPISODE RESOURCES INCLUDE (affiliate links included):

A BOOK RECOMMENDATION FOR YOU FROM MARISSA:

Today’s Guest

Marissa Jones

About Marissa Jones

Marissa Jones is the host of The Vanished Podcast, an iTunes New and Noteworthy podcast. She is also a Paralegal and a Mama.

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TNW 25: Mommy Needs a Timeout with Bridgette Petrino

TNW 25: Mommy Needs a Timeout with Bridgette Petrino

In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview Bridgette Petrino of Mommy Needs a Timeout.

IN THIS EPISODE, I EXPLORE:

  • Bridgette’s backstory
  • What “Mommy Needs a Timeout” is

I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did creating it. You can listen now, right here from this webpage by clicking the play button below.

Prefer Apple Podcasts (formerly iTunes)? Click here. Android user? Go to Stitcher here. And of course, if you loved the episode, a review is always appreciated!

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Today’s Guest

Bridgette Petrino

About Bridgette Petrino

Bridgette Petrino is a coach, and her strength is rocking the boat and getting moms out of their comfort zone. This builds confidence and it is critical to achieving any of your goals. It’s time to stop doing the same shit and start doing the shit that matters. Bridgette will tell her own story of how she went from being in bed and depressed to empowering hundreds of moms to stop the mom guilt and take their lives back.

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TNW24: Scattered but Sparkly with Sasha Gray

TNW24: Scattered but Sparkly with Sasha Gray

Sasha Gray from Scattered Sasha and I have a great conversation about giving grace, especially to ourselves, her accidental business, and how she started her famous live show.

It should be a crime to have as much fun as Sasha Gray and I had recording this episode. We laughed, we cried, we talked everything from weddings to booze (margaritas and whiskey, of course). The conversation’s a blast, and I hope you enjoy it.

Sasha and I met in a Facebook group, and shortly afterward, I was planning my first summit. Carrie Sharpe of He Says, She Says insisted that I have Sasha as a guest, and the rest, as they say, is history. Since then, Sasha has appeared in my summits, as a guest speaker in my group, and even as one of my popular Notable Woman Live! guests.

In this episode, we talk about her accidental business, how she cultivated her tribe (her following), and how she started her live show, and much, much more! I hope you enjoy this episode and don’t forget to join The Society of Notable Women if you want to continue the conversation! And of course, Sasha has a great gift for you! Head on over to get her “Your Journey: 5 Ways to Increase Daily Joy.”

IN THIS EPISODE, WE EXPLORE:

  • Why you can’t take yourself too seriously
  • How Sasha became known as Sasha Gray (spoiler: it’s a pseudonym)
  • How Sasha chose to name her page “Lipstick, Margaritas, and Hairspray” (now Scattered Sasha)
  • How Sasha cultivated such a huge tribe (at the time of this recording, it was 239K now up to 255K)
  • How Sasha started an accidental business
  • The creation of the “unbreakable” token and its impact on people
  • Why we all need to give ourselves grace
  • How Sasha started her show (you can watch it here)
  • Sasha getting married at the racetrack

I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did creating it. You can listen now, right here from this webpage by clicking the play button below.

Prefer Apple Podcasts (formerly iTunes)? Click here. Android user? Go to Stitcher here. And of course, if you loved the episode, a review is always appreciated!

EPISODE RESOURCES INCLUDE (affiliate links included):

Today’s Guest

Sasha Gray

“There’s so much going on in the world, and there’s so much happening in everybody’s life that it’s overwhelming, and you have to give yourself grace to get through every day sometimes.”

About Sasha Gray

Sasha Gray is a Motivational Mindset Mentor and Business Coach for individuals and business owners. She specializes in finding the positive in a negative world and helping others rediscover their self-confidence, kick the self-doubt, and use humor along their journey to make even the roughest roads smooth.

Connect with Sasha:

Sasha’s Gift for You

If you liked this episode, check out:

The Super U Summit 3 STEP BLUEPRINT TO BECOME A KICKASS AUTHOR with Gwendolen Wilder (must join group to watch the video)

The Notable Woman Podcast ROCKIN’ YOUR SOCIAL JUSTICE BUSINESS with Missy Sturtevant

The Notable Woman Live! with Sasha Gray

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TNW 23: Write Like You with Copywriting Boss Tara Bosler

TNW 23: Write Like You with Copywriting Boss Tara Bosler

About this episode

In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, Cristin interviews writer gal extraordinaire Tara Bosler. Tara Bosler is a copywriting boss, and I love all her lives, tidbits, and freebies. In this interview, get tips on how to write like you, instead of the strange robot you that years of traditional schooling creates.

About Tara Bosler

Tara Bosler is a copywriting powerhouse who taught Communication and Gender Studies at the university level for over eight years before turning her writing prowess into her own business. She was under the gun when her contract wasn’t renewed by her university because she didn’t have her PhD, but instead of faltering, she flew and her business was an immediate success.

Episode Resources

Tara’s awesome website
Tara’s gift for you, a FREE copy of her Copywriting Playbook, great resource (which you can get by clicking on her website header)

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TNW 22: Make Mindset Magic with Yuli Chernykhovskaya

TNW 22: Make Mindset Magic with Yuli Chernykhovskaya

About this episode

In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview business strategist and head of Health Coach HQ Yuli Chernykhovskaya. Lots of gems here for business and health coaching, but I particularly loved hearing about Yuli’s mindset magic.

About Yuli Chernykhovskaya

Yuliya Chernykhovskaya is a Business Strategist for Health & Wellness Coaches. After being a health coach for 4 years, Yuli has made it her mission to help wellness entrepreneurs succeed, create thriving online businesses, and become the go-to influential experts in their field.

Episode Resources

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TNW21: Meet the Boy Expert with Janet Allison

TNW21: Meet the Boy Expert with Janet Allison

About this episode

Boy expert Janet Allison is a former teacher and mother of girls. How did she end up being an expert for boys? From teaching! And from what she saw, boys were failing education, or more accurately said, education was failing them.

In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, Janet Allison educated me on the many, many ways that boys’ brains are different and gave me some strategies for dealing with my son and… my husband.

This episode is for anyone wondering how to bridge the gap between male and female communication styles, as defined by certain biological traits. In particular, if you have a school aged boy who’s having a tough time, this is a great episode to listen to!

About Janet Allison, Boy Expert

Boy Expert Janet AllisonAfter receiving her degree in Elementary Education from the University of Maine at Farmington, Janet Allison began her teaching career in a Waldorf School with a class of 10 boys and 2 girls. She quickly realized she had NOT been prepared for the differences in the way boys learn and the way girls learn. Through trial and error, extensive reading and research, and sheer determination, Janet was at last able to understand those parts of her boys that were hard-wired (and therefore unchangeable) and the things that she could change – by making lessons more active and interactive and providing plenty of outside time and movement in the classroom. With her many years of classroom experience, she is able to ‘talk the talk’ with teachers in both public and private schools – including those following Waldorf and Montessori principles.

Wishing to reach more people with this vital message, she wrote Boys Alive! Bring Out Their Best and has collaborated with many international experts to create virtual educational summits, interviewing experts and sharing wisdom with thousands of parents and teachers. She hosts BOY TALK, interviewing parenting experts and expert parents on a monthly theme.

Mentioned in this episode

Janet’s Facebook Group
The book, Boys Alive! Bring Out Their Best
The book, The Wonder of Boys by Michael Gurian

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