Women dominating in business through vision, development and nourishment for our bodies and souls

podcasts Mar 11, 2020

Join myself and special co-host Carey Conley, as we interview Fran Pastore, CEO of Women’s Development Council and Frances Graham Author and vegan chef. This week we will unpack the steps needed to dominate in your industry.

 

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New Episodes Coming Soon!

Uncategorized Mar 11, 2020

Welcome to Lead Up for Women’s: Speak Up to Lead Up podcast show, our new home online!

In this episode you'll hear details on what's to come, and an announcement about our official launch date coming up in April 2020.

 

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#Thrive Thursday: Meet Lisa Erickson of Chakra Empowerment for Women

thrive thursday Mar 09, 2020

What is your story? Or in other words, what made you your awesome self you are today?

My passion these days is helping women connect to their energy body through mindfulness and meditation work for stress management, healing, goal attainment, and empowerment. But that wasn’t always the case – I began my career in technology, and worked long days against tight deadlines for years. It took a toll on my mind and body, which led me to meditation. Chakra (energy center) meditation, in particular, was life-changing for me, validating energetic and intuitive experiences I had had my entire life, but never had the language to understand. I began seriously studying energy healing and chakra meditation on the side and did that for many years.

A health crisis after the birth of my first daughter triggered a bigger shift and ultimately led me to my current work. The medical establishment wasn’t able to help me, and so I had to truly draw upon the energy healing training I had...

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LIFESTYLE: Curve Balls and My New Story

lifestyle Mar 05, 2020

The last week in December through me a few curve balls.
Not that I hadn’t had curve balls thrown before. I have. And I’ve survived. Always with a little help from my friends.
In one week, in the space actually of two days, three interesting balls lobbed my way.
First, after weeks of my car sometimes starting, sometimes not, I had dropped it at my favorite mechanic, Car Docs, knowing something was up. Hoping against hope each time I got in my car those last few weeks that my car would start!
That little car started in order for me to get it to Car Docs. It was one of the last times it would start. It was unfortunate; however, my 2009 Ford Escape Hybrid would start only one more time. Speaking with Ed at Car Docs, I had to have it towed to a Ford dealer so that the computer systems could be checked out. My insurance kicked in and the Escape was towed, with no promise of them looking at it until next week. My intuition told me this was probably it for the little car that I had...

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Women's Wellness: Inspire change through using your voice and taking risks in the cannabis industry

podcasts Mar 04, 2020

Join me this week as we interview writer, Pam Wilson along with founders of the award-winning Cannabis dispensary in Maryland, Gina Dubbe and Leslie Apgar.

 

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#Thrive Thursday: Meet Alice Combs, CEO of Vulcan Wire

thrive thursday Mar 02, 2020

What is your story? Or in other words, what made you your awesome self you are today?

I morphed from a food stamp recipient to the CEO of my own corporation. The trajectory in my book, The Lady with Balls: A Single Mother’s Triumphant Battle in a Man’s World begins when I was fired from my planned career path as a clothes buyer. It was explained that I was neither management nor corporate material. Fearing another humiliation of being fired again, I experimented by trying to sell a variety of products - none of which were lucrative enough to support my two daughters and me. I began to ask “what do you need that you can’t get” until one man said, “Honey, I need baler wire. Even the farmers can’t get it.” Now my business, Vulcan Wire, sells over $10 million of wire used to bale recyclable products.  

 

What message do you promote?

My message is of perseverance. To succeed in life or in business one must persevere despite...

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BUSINESS: 5 Things You Shouldn’t Do On Your Work Computer

business Feb 26, 2020

5 Things You Shouldn’t Do On Your Work Computer

Nowadays, most modern jobs provide work computers. It is essential to get things done. But sometimes people start to loosen up and use a work computer for work-unrelated matters. And that is not a good idea. Here are 5 things you should avoid doing on a work computer.

 

#1: Don’t Log In Into Open Wi-Fi

If your work computer is a laptop, you probably bring it home or to meetings outside of work. But wherever you are, avoid using a WiFi network without the password. Open WiFi means that anyone is able to get all the details you are filling in on your computer. It’s especially risky to be checking sensitive business data. 

Arnas Stuopelis, Chairman of the Board of hosting provider Hostinger, warns: “One of the most common threats on an open network is an attack called Man-in-the-Middle. When a computer connects to the Internet, data is sent from the computer to the website. Open Wi-Fi can allow an...

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Your Guide to Bigger, Better, Bolder Business Results

podcasts Feb 26, 2020

Join me this week as we interview Erin Joy, CEO Black Dress Circle. She will provide direction on how she takes action to be a visionary leader. This week we will dive into what it takes to leap and achieve Bigger, Better, Bolder business results.

 

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#Thrive Thursday: Meet Dr. LaTarsha Holden, advocate, motivational speaker, workshop facilitator and children’s book author.

thrive thursday Feb 24, 2020

What is your story? Or in other words, what made you your awesome self you are today? 

My story is one of overcoming the odds and inspiring others to change the narrative for their lives. Within ten years I’ve gone from being homeless with six children in the streets of Atlanta to a political candidate in the “2017,” election, from a GED to a Doctorate degree in Leadership Studies and became a 12x published author. As a motivational speaker, I’m known as a phoenix who has risen from the ashes. I’m in the process of launching my inspirational products online store. I was recently recognized as the honoree for Georgia Mother of the Year “2020,’ by American Mother’s Inc.

What message do you promote?

I promote service, love, and compassion for others. “Our legacy will speak louder after we’re gone.”


In what capacity do you LEAD UP in your community?

I Lead Up in my community as a community advocate, motivational...

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Let's talk film and creating hope behind the scenes with Warner Bros. Studios and Local Hope

podcasts Feb 19, 2020

Join me this week as we interview two service oriented females, Pam Lord, Warner Bros. Studios and Leslie Baer Dinkel, Local Hope, Guatemala.

 

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