Books at The Notable Woman
Bookworm, you’ve come to the right place. I love books, and I cannot lie. I literally talk about books on the daily, and it’s a standard question (a book the guest recommends) at the end of every podcast. Here in the book section, we focus on books, authors, publishers, and book reviews in podcasts, live videos, and blog posts.
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In this Super U Summit Talk, community strategist Joanna Novelo presents: Realizing Your Vision Via Community.
In this Super U Summit Talk, speech language pathologist Sarah Chutiangtong Sietsema presents: Use Your Voice? Learn How to Take Care of It.
In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview Dog is Good’s Gila Kurtz, 7 figure entrepreneur and best selling author.
During this talk, Alexa shares her journey to becoming an author and publisher. She also gives reasons why every woman needs to tell their own stories and discusses the various platforms for connecting with other women.
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.
Discover the foundations for my upcoming Author Mastery Program where I share how to build a business based off a book; writing essentials, business strategies and how it all starts with self-management. I cover in-depth information in the areas of self-awareness, crisis management, goal setting, research, planning, writing, publishing, funding, marketing and more. I share my actual experiences (good and bad) and the differences I learned in writing gratitude journals, fiction book, non-fiction book and a non-fiction chapter in an Anthology.
Publisher and author Alexa Bigwarfe is on The Notable Woman Live! talking about her she started as a writer, her advocacy work, and her publishing house.
In this amazing Super U Summit Talk, speaker and coach Soness Stevens guides us on “How to Get Booked to Speak!” This is a must watch!
Today’s interview, my first duo interview, features notable women Rebecca P. Cohen, author, and Marni Penning Coleman, illustrator.
I had a friend who just started streaming Grey’s Anatomy who watched this episode for the first time this month, and she Facebook posted about how she remembered her friends being broken years before. All she could do now was drink wine and sob. That’s how good Shonda Rhimes is. 10 years old and that episode is still going strong.
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.