TNW32: Disrupt Your Thoughts, Disrupt Your Life with Cristin Downs

TNW32: Disrupt Your Thoughts, Disrupt Your Life with Cristin Downs

In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I give you a taste of the Super U Summit with my talk: Disrupt Your Thoughts, Disrupt Your Life.

Super U Summit 4.0 begins on May 6th, but if you’ve never attended before, you might not be sure if it’s for you. That’s why I decided to give you a taste of the summit with my talk from Super U 3.0 – Disrupt Your Thoughts, Disrupt Your Life. The Super U Summit is all about empowering women, and in this talk, I take aim at the thought patterns that are determining the actions you take. Might you be stuck because your thoughts are actually keeping you there? Until we examine them, we don’t really know. 

This talk is for anyone who has ever been stuck, and they’re not sure why.

IN THIS EPISODE, I EXPLORE:
  • What the Super U Summit is
  • What it means to disrupt our thoughts
  • How our thoughts determine our judgments determine our actions
  • How we can examine what we think
  • How we can get started changing what we think
  • How you can sign up for the summit (right here!)

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.

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Today’s Guest

Cristin Downs

About Cristin Downs

Cristin Downs is an alchemist, theatrical thinker, producer, educator, speaker, and podcaster. She rules her tiny roost at Pace University as the director of the continuing studies unit. She’s had a pretty eclectic career, but moments that truly defined her sense of self: becoming a strong woman leader and independent thinker at Cedar Crest College, learning arts exceptionalism at UC Irvine’s School of the Arts, experiencing first-rate business processes with the mouse at Disneyland Resort, and becoming an activist at Riverside Church. Meeting Ruby Dee, Robert Downey Jr., James Earl Jones, Ntozake Shange, and Dana Reeve were all fairly awesome moments. Cristin loves to read, the theatre, dancing in the kitchen, and her family and friends.

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TNW30: How a Dog Can Change Your Life with Gila Kurtz of Dog is Good

TNW30: How a Dog Can Change Your Life with Gila Kurtz of Dog is Good

In this episode of The Notable Woman, I interview 7 figure entrepreneur, speaker, and dog lover Gila Kurtz.

Gila is a professional dog trainer turned 7 figure business owner turned author turned professional speaker. Actually “turned” isn’t the right word because she is still all of those things. And she loves to read! Could she be any more fabulous!?! I don’t think so. This is a great episode for dog lovers and owners, entrepreneurs, small business owners and anyone who has a passion they would love to turn into a business.
IN THIS EPISODE, I EXPLORE:
  • Who Gila is
  • How she started on this journey with Dog Is Good
  • Why she wrote her book and started speaking

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.

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Today’s Guest

Gila Kurtz

About Gila Kurtz

Gila Kurtz is a professional dog trainer who turned her love and passion for dogs into a successful 7 figure a year business, authored the #1 Amazon International Best Selling Book: Fur Covered Wisdom: A Dog Can Change the Way You See the World, and now speaks to audiences and inspires people to “Fetch a Life Worth Barking About” by offering a new approach to living, working, and playing, all inspired by Dog. 

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TNW28: the hurricane pod is a force of nature with Sophia Simon-Bashall

TNW28: the hurricane pod is a force of nature with Sophia Simon-Bashall

In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview Sophia Simon-Bashall of the hurricane pod. 

In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview Sophia Simon-Bashall of the hurricane pod. She shares her story of living with mental illness and how her podcast creates a community for others living the same life. Sophia is fabulous for many reasons, but what I love in particular is her mission to show that you can survive and thrive and cry with mental illness and there doesn’t need to be a heartwarming story about you beating it. The story can be that you’re living.

This is a great episode for everyone. Period, the end.

IN THIS EPISODE, I EXPLORE:
  • About Sophia
  • Why Sophia loves music and how it helps her
  • Why she started the podcast
  • Why it’s important to tell the stories of people with mental illness who are living their lives

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.

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Today’s Guest

Sophia Simon-Bashall

About Sophia Simon-Bashall

Sophia Simon-Bashall is the host of ‘the hurricane pod,’ a podcast about living with mental illness. She is a student of English Literature but dedicates much of her life to mental health advocacy, body acceptance, LGBTQ+ issues, and feminism. She is a sister, a friend, and a One Direction superfan, which she believes are the most important aspects of her.

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27. Dare to Blossom with Mary Lunnen

27. Dare to Blossom with Mary Lunnen

In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview life coach Mary Lunnen of Dare to Blossom Life Coaching.

In this episode of the podcast, I interview life coach Mary Lunnen. Mary is such a breath of fresh air as a coach. I enjoy everything about her – how she thinks, how she coaches, and what she believes about the power of potential we each have. We talk about Mary herself, her bout with cervical cancer and then becoming a coach. We also talk about her personal coaching style, as well as what process you might undergo if you decided you wanted to work with a life coach. We talk through how you might know you need a life coach, what questions you can ask yourself, and how you can find the right person for you. Great episode! Mary quotes Anais Nin with “And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom,” and I think that’s the perfect way to know if this episode is for you or not. If the risk of staying the same is more painful than blossoming, listen on.

IN THIS EPISODE, I EXPLORE:
  • Mary’s story
  • Mary’s coaching philosophy including visualization, the magic carpet, and the power flower
  • How you might know you need a life coach
  • How you go about finding a life coach

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.

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Today’s Guest

Mary Lunnen

About Mary Lunnen

Mary Lunnen is a life coach living in Cornwall in the UK. She started out making and selling copper enamel jewelry, silk scarves, hand-stitched patchwork that she would sell as she traveled. Her life changed in 1994 when she was diagnosed with cervical cancer, and this journey eventually led her to life coaching, now named Dare to Blossom Life Coaching. Mary was inspired by the Anais Nin quote: “And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” Her books include her first about her journey with cervical cancer, Flying in the Face of Fear: Surviving Cervical Cancer, and her 2010 follow-up Cervical Cancer: The Essential Guide. She also has her book on coaching, meant to demystify the practice, Dare to Blossom: Coaching and Creativity. Mary’s 2019 theme is “Pathway to Power,” and we’ll see both a mastermind and a new book this year. Follow her journey and get on her mailing list here. (scroll to the bottom of the page)

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26. The Vanished Podcast with Marissa Jones

26. 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.

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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.

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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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