TNW Live! with Nadjejda Chapoteau

TNW Live! with Nadjejda Chapoteau

Coach for women entrepreneurs, Nadjejda Chapoteau

In this the 12th episode of Season 1 of The Notable Woman Live!, I interview coach for women entrepreneurs, Nadjejda Chapoteau, a coach for women entrepreneurs who focuses on messaging and niches. In our conversation, we talk about how ti find your message.

Who’s Nadjejda?

Nadjejda was born in Boston, MA from Haitian parents, grew up in Haiti and has been living in the U.S. since November 1991. She’s back home in Miami, FL after living in Washington, DC for over 4 years after having lived in Miami, FL for 18 years. She’s passionate about life, social justice, spiritual growth, love, music, dance, and making a difference. Nadjejda believes we all have a life purpose, and she gets really excited helping people fulfill their purpose by being their authentic selves, sharing their message, and doing work that lights them up while having a positive impact on the world. Fulfilling our purpose and doing work that lights us up is our way to share our unique light with the world.

In this interview, we chat about Nadjejda’s story, her why, how you can find your message through finding yourself, and why being authentically you matters.

Free Gift for You

Nadjejda’s free gift for you is her 7 Questions to Reconnect with Yourself, which you can get here >>> http://bit.ly/2beyou 

How to Watch

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TNW Live! with Chandra Brooks

TNW Live! with Chandra Brooks

Leadership Coach to Women, Chandra Brooks

In this, the 11th episode of the first season of The Notable Woman Live!, I interview the one and only, one of my favorites, Chandra Brooks! We cover a lot in this episode, but in particular, we chat why YOUR voice matters in civic engagement.

Who’s Chandra?

Chandra Brooks is a wife, mother of four, Author, and Entrepreneur.  Born and raised in San Jose, CA her passions are women empowerment, social justice, improving voter outcomes and civic engagement in communities of color. She is also an appointed Commissioner of The Santa Clara County Commission on the Status of Women and Girls, Chair of the Justice and Advocacy Committee and elected Delegate for The California Democratic Party. In 2017 Chandra launched The SocialPreneur, a purpose-driven business that prepares potential candidates to get ready to run for political office and coaches women to get on a Mission to Change the World by building leadership within their company, business, and/or community. Paired with a book titled, Black, Brown & Political: Get Informed, Get Empowered and Change the Game (which we talk about in this interview).

In the interview, we talk why politics are personal, how they affect your life whether you’re “into them” or not, and why and how to get involved in your local community. We also talk about Chandra’s upcoming book and course on training activists and people of color interested in running for office.

Free Gift for You

Chandra invites you to join her group “The Mission Mastermind,” a place of empowerment for women who are ambitious and want to lead in their lives. Join here. 

How to Watch

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TNW Live! with Donielle Morris

TNW Live! with Donielle Morris

Coach and Consultant, Donielle Morris

In this 8th episode of Season 1 of The Notable Woman Live!, I interview Donielle Morris, and we contemplate the question, “What would you do if you weren’t afraid?”

Who’s Donielle?

Donielle Morris Aparo lives by the question, “What Would You Do if You Weren’t Afraid?” but it wasn’t always that way. At the age of 19 years old, she was diagnosed with a life-altering autoimmune disease that left her body completely destroyed. Battling through years of digestive inflammation and later an allergic reaction to a medication that left her body stricken with arthritis, she discovered yoga. Three years after her first yoga class, she enrolled in a 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training and was certified in January 2013. Having an extensive family history with cancer and beating a chronic illness herself, she knew that she ultimately wanted to share her story with people who were facing similar physical challenges. In November 2014, under the guidance of Jnani Chapman, a pioneer in the field of Yoga Therapy, Donielle completed Level 1 Yoga Therapy in Cancer & Chronic Illness and shortly thereafter began working with cancer patients. She is a coach and consultant, as well, and works with creatives, yoga teachers, and possibly you (wink, wink <<< From Cristin, btw).

Free Gift for You

Donielle’s free gift for you is a free 30-minute coaching consultation call. Book yours here.

How to Watch

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TNW Live! with Ashleigh Mueller

TNW Live! with Ashleigh Mueller

Rainbow After the Storm with Ashleigh Mueller

In this episode of The Notable Woman Live!, the 7th of season 1, I interview Ashleigh Mueller about her “Rainbow After the Storm” initiative, which is a project to help mothers process their miscarriages.

What’s a “Rainbow” in reference to a miscarriage?

A rainbow references a “rainbow baby,” which is a baby that is born following a miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death or infant loss. In the real world, a beautiful and bright rainbow follows a storm and gives hope of things getting better. The rainbow is more appreciated having just experienced the storm in comparison. The storm (pregnancy loss) has already happened and nothing can change that experience. Storm-clouds might still be overhead as the family continues to cope with the loss, but something colorful and bright has emerged from the darkness and misery. (From Kicks Count)

How to Watch

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TNW Live! with Alexa Bigwarfe

TNW Live! with Alexa Bigwarfe

Publisher, Author Extraordinaire Alexa Bigwarfe

Welcome to Season 1, episode 3 of The Notable Woman Live! This is another episode that has some tech glitches, these completely my fault… But this is still a great conversation with publisher and author Alexa Bigwarfe so I leave it here despite my embarrassment.

Who’s Alexa?

Alexa Bigwarfe is a wife, mother to 3 wildlings, devoted advocate, blogger, author, and publisher. Her writing career began after her infant daughter passed away at 2 days old. She has written and/or edited and published eight books, including Sunshine After the Storm: A Survival Guide for the Grieving Mother and Ditch the Fear and Just Write It! She uses that hard-earned publishing knowledge to support other writers and entrepreneurs at writepublishsell.co. She also owns the small hybrid-publishing company Kat Biggie Press (katbiggiepress.com), dedicated to sharing women’s works of inspiration and self-help. She enjoys drinking wine, spending time with her husband and friends, traveling, and just because life isn’t full enough, hosting the “Lose the Cape!” podcast featuring inspirational mothers and women making a difference in the world.

In this episode, we talk about Alexa’s personal journey, her podcast, and her career as a publisher.

Free Gift for You!

Alexa’s free gift for you is pretty amazing, I cannot tell a lie. It’s a FREE 30-day writing challenge. With over 250 million Americans who want to write a book, Alexa’s got 30 simple strategies over 30 days that will help you write that book that you desperately want to write. Sign up here. 

How to Watch

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TNW Live! with Victoria Thorne

TNW Live! with Victoria Thorne

Nonprofit Development Coach, Victoria Thorne

Welcome to Season 1, Episode 2 of The Notable Woman Live! In this episode, I interview the wonderful Victoria Thorne.

Who’s Victoria?

Victoria, fondly known as the Okiewordsmith, is a proud resident of Oklahoma, Nonprofit Development Coach, and talented grant writer. In this episode, we dive into her background, her work, and the state of non-profits in Oklahoma and nationwide. It’s a great conversation, and Victoria brings a ton of value and expertise.

Free Gift for You!

Victoria’s free gift for you is her weekly planner page that will keep you on target with your grants. I love me a good planner! You can check Victoria’s excellent planner out right here.

How to Watch

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