The very definition of a Notable Woman is one who wants to create in a way that’s visceral, experiential, and uncommon. In the creativity section, we focus on creative people and how we can all tap into and nurture our creativity.
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Intuition is a woman’s secret weapon, and in this Super U Summit talk, Leah Cherry Kent, intuitive guide & healer, gives us 3 steps to trust our intuition.
I love setting my New Year’s resolutions! Here’s a look at what I picked and why.
Even though The Notable Woman is still a tiny baby of a blog and podcast, I thought it would be fun to show the best of 2016.
Due to some great advice from Sarah Liddle, I reflected back on my 2016 so I could have an even more kickass 2017.
In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I chat with Health Coach Maddie Penko about energy stealers and how you can increase your energy.
As I’ve talked about here before, I used to have an impressive morning routine that kept me in good mental, spiritual, and physical shape. Keywords: “Used to. Kept.” I fell off my morning routine wagon, and it hasn’t been pretty. It’s been down and out ugly.
In this episode, I talk to health coach Mikayla Colthirst-Reid about burnout.
In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview heath and performance coach Shelly Robinson.
In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I chat with coach Rosemarie Wilson about building self-confidence and moving beyond fear.
The history of clowning is very old, with origins going back to Egypt 2500 BC. You might know some about it as a world citizen from your knowledge of art history. Or maybe your understanding of clowning begins and ends with Krusty the Clown. Clowning connects humanity with our most basic emotions.