The 100 Women Project
The 100 Women Project is my response to the election of Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States. Knowing women who were sexually assaulted by the new President (and no, not the ones you’ve seen in the media) and as a feminist, I was particularly horrified. I decided to create a project for myself that would tell 100 Women’s Stories (you can read more about the project here) because I believe in the healing power of story. Below, you’ll experience women’s stories in video, interview, podcast, and written format.
Featured Content from The 100 Women Project
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In this Super U Summit Talk, Certified Neuro-Transformational Results Coach and Master Reiki Practitioner Sneha Jhanb presents The Importance Of Mindful Self-Compassion For Notable Women.
In this Super U Summit Talk, lunar coach, midwife, and doula Meliea Black presents “How to use the moon to get sh*t done!”
In this Super U Summit Talk, content strategist Erin Ollila gives us her Unpopular Opinion: Content Strategy Is Not A One-Size-Fits-All Approach.
In this Super U Summit Talk, business strategist Suzanne Proksa presents: How to Change the Scripts That Are Blocking Your Success and Happiness.
I’m very happy to introduce Marina in today’s show! She’s a day trader and the CEO of The Trader Chick, a platform where she teaches others especially women to trade more confidently.
In this Super U Summit Talk, Naturopath Lousie Westra shares her top tips to improve your energy levels and reach your health potential.
In this Super U Summit Talk, children’s book author Jody Smith reveals in 5 steps how to take your power back and create a life you love.
While we can’t predict the future, we’ve all experienced at least one “Oh, Crap” moment when it comes to our finances. Learn why it’s in your best interest to organize your money and be ready for the next time.
1. Your words can really change someone’s world
2. Your story matters and can impact someone greatly. I heard Lisa Nichols tell a story about how she beta tested a book in front of an audience. Each week they read a chapter and provided feedback. One gentleman reached out to her and said before reading the chapter, he had decided to take his life. But her chapter moved him in a way he thought her book could help him. So he committed to not doing it until he finished the book. And her book saved his life.
We all want to raise children who are confident in the classroom. During this summit talk, former elementary school teacher Melissa Droegemueller will walk us through the three stages of the educational journey and share tips to inspire, empower, and encourage our children from Kindergarten to graduation.
Struggling to take action toward your goals without getting stuck?
Kick those pesky negative thoughts out of the way and start kicking ass.
3 Secrets to Badass Confidence with Melanie Childers
A Super U Summit Talk
Melanie goes in-depth on her 3 secrets to building badass confidence in yourself so that you can go after whatever you want in life – whether it’s running a business or running for office! These 3 secrets are the way to build REAL confidence, so you don’t have to fake it til you make it anymore!
Podcast: The Vanished Podcast with Marissa Jones
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.
Video: How to Never Fail at Anything with Tania Fox
How to Never Fail at Anything is the hyperbolic title to Tania’s keynote talk. She stumbled upon this secret by being impressively mediocre in French, but speaking it anyway, and ultimately becoming a published and award-winning translator. By the end of her talk, you’ll believe that you too can successfully suck at anything.
Podcast: The View from the Pillow Fort with Crystal Bennett Harris (an episode on rest and resetting)
In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview Crystal Bennett Harris on the view from her pillow fort. We talk about a recent transition she’s gone through and how that has affected her view of her business, her role in it, and what she wants to do next.