TNW34: Preparing for the Unexpected with Lawyer Melinda Grimaldi

TNW34: Preparing for the Unexpected with Lawyer Melinda Grimaldi

In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview lawyer Melinda Grimaldi about estate planning and preparing for the future.

Planning for an unexpected accident or emergency can be a challenging conversation to have, absolutely, but we owe it to our children, our families, and ourselves to get planning. In this episode, lawyer Melinda Grimaldi talks us through why estate planning and thinking toward the future is so important and how we can all get started.

IN THIS EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT:
  • Who Melinda is
  • Why this topic is important to her
  • How we can all get started
  • Things to consider

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

Melinda Grimaldi

About Melinda Grimaldi

MULTILINGUAL. MULTIFACETED. MULTIFARIOUS. These are just a few words that describe Melinda Grimaldi’s ability and talent for running her own law firm. But when it comes to her entrepreneurial spirit and hunger for success, Melinda only knows one way – up. Like the thriving skyline of South Florida’s east coast, Melinda Grimaldi’s passion for providing the best legal expertise she can, continues to grow, evolve, and flourish.

A graduate of Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad Law Center, Melinda received her Juris Doctorate with honors, at the top of her class. Throughout the course of her law school studies, Melinda worked to represent low-income clients in family law matters as a certified legal intern with the Florida Supreme Court. It was in this role that Melinda realized her passion for helping others through her extensive knowledge of the law, and where she established a commitment to making a difference in the lives of others throughout the course of her career.

Today, Melinda practices real estate law and probate law, as well as estate planning, at Grimaldi Law Firm in Hollywood, Florida. Once she started a family of her own was when she really got a passion for Estate Planning for families with minor children. She prides herself on being able to give her full attention to her clients while remaining a flexible leader for her team.

When not in the office, Melinda lends her time as the President of a strong female networking group, Profemmes, and is the Real Estate Attorney Member for the National Association of Divorce Professionals. Additionally, she is a member of the Real Property Probate & Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar, and a member of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce.  Most importantly, she is the mother to Michael.

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TNW33: Be Soul Driven and Profitable with Coach Tash Corbin

TNW33: Be Soul Driven and Profitable with Coach Tash Corbin

In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview heart centered entrepreneur and coach Tash Corbin about how to be soul driven and profitable.

It was a delight to interview Tash Corbin, who is usually doing the interviewing herself over at The Heart Centered Business Podcast. And heart centered she is! Tash is an amazing coach and entrepreneur who helps women achieve profitable businesses that still align with her values. We had a great conversation, mostly around the idea that many women are trying to run businesses but not even making minimum wage. We talked about why and how to avoid it by running a lean startup.

 

IN THIS EPISODE, I EXPLORE:

 

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Today’s Guest

Tash Corbin

About Tash Corbin

Tash’s purpose in life is to help people uncover that unique something they have to offer the world. She works with heart-centered, soul-driven entrepreneurs. She considers these people the givers of the world. These are the people who give of themselves to help their clients, whether they be teachers, or coaches, healers or instructors, advisors or mentors. You can find Tash on her podcast, in her Facebook group, or leading her annual business conference.

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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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TNW31: Women Crafting Success with Melissa Mendez

TNW31: Women Crafting Success with Melissa Mendez

In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview creative rockstar Melissa Mendez about being an apparel consultant, entrepreneur, new Mom, and podcaster.

In this episode, I interview Melissa Mendez of Melissa Mendez Design Studio and host of the Women Crafting Success podcast about being an entrepreneur and starting her own business. We talk about the apparel industry and what someone with her skill set does to get designs from creative drawing to a real-world item you can wear. Also, being from NYC, we talk the city, and both being newish Moms, we talk that too!

This is a great interview to listen to if you’re a creative, an entrepreneur, you dream of starting your own business, or you’re a new Mom trying to balance creative work with motherhood.

IN THIS EPISODE, I EXPLORE:
  • Who Melissa is
  • How she started as a creative
  • What training she received to get where she is now
  • Heading out on her own with her first business endeavor
  • Her podcast and what need it serves

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

Melissa Mendez

About Melissa Mendez

Over the past 10 years, Melissa Mendez has worked in the fashion apparel world for companies such as Talbots, Macys, Ellen Tracy, and Garan Inc. (Garanimals- Children’s Wears) to name a few. Melissa studied at Parsons New School for Design in Fine Arts for 2 Years as a Jacob Lawrence Scholar. She received a 4 year BA Degree from Fashion Institute of Technology [ F.I.T ] in Production Management in Fashion and Related Industries. Melissa’s artwork has been featured at El Museo Del Barrio & The Studio Museum in Harlem right beside James Vander Zee, a prominent photographer from the Harlem Renaissance.

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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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TNW29: Keeping Creativity in Your Life with Jennifer Cole

TNW29: Keeping Creativity in Your Life with Jennifer Cole

In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, I interview Associate Dean Jennifer Cole from Gettysburg College about how she keeps creativity in her life.

Jennifer Cole is a gift of a human, and I am so excited to introduce her to you in this episode! She is the Associate Dean of Academic Advising at Gettysburg College, and in this episode of the podcast, we talk about her career in academic advising, the differences (or lack thereof) in college students over her tenure in higher education, and her creative activities. The main focus stays with her creative activities and what they teach her about herself, her work, and how she approaches the world. We also talk about the creative activities Jennifer did with her mother, who had recently passed away when we recorded this episode, and how that was reflected in her recreating her mother’s wedding dress for her own wedding. This is a great episode for creatives, parents, anyone working with college students, and anyone who has a creative practice or is looking to start one.

IN THIS EPISODE, I EXPLORE:
  • Jen’s time at Gettysburg College
  • What has or hasn’t changed in college students over Jen’s time in higher education
  • Learning your own voice as a free-thinking being and how that does or doesn’t happen in college
  • The process of recreating Jen’s mother’s wedding dress for her own wedding
  • Being kind to ourselves in the words we use

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

Jennifer Cole

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