Join us this week as we dive into how it’s possible to teach girls, while they are just 4 months old, to try their best, not necessarily be the best! Our guests believe that girls can have any career they desire. This is exactly what The Little Gym International, Inc.
Please join me as we welcome luncheon attendee, Margarita Chapman, as she shares her take-away's from the 3 power hours in the Big Apple! Becky Easton joins us as our special guest co-host and explains how you can ensure you are taking care of your family through Estate Planning while taking care of you through...
It is always refreshing when we meet women that make a difference, upset the industry standard and prove that women have a place as entrepreneurs in what is believed to be a “Mans world”.
Join us this week as Lead Up for Women interviews attendees from the luncheon of the Music City, has discussions with Allyson Greek on how she is able to build a phenomenal team with Allstate Insurance and how Andrea Adams-Miller was able to build a non-profit organization that spreads joy and happiness.
Lorrie Richins opens the show with her journey of a past that came back to haunt her as an adult.
Join us this week as we interview a few attendees from the cozy Columbus, OH Luncheon held on July 25th, 2019. Special guest Co-Host Keira Pulson will be joining me in the studio to enlighten us with her knowledge on being an intuitive energetic healer.
This week, Lead Up for Women is joined by two very special guests that are HUGE supporters of Women business owners. Erin Joy will join us as our guest speaker in Columbus, OH for our monthly luncheon and she knew, from experience, that it’s lonely at “the top”.
This week I welcome guests and attendees that spent 3 power packed hours being inspired and learning how to Standout by leading without permission at our Boston, MA Lead Up for Women Luncheon. Join us as we share the take-away's from the Metro Meeting Center, and hear a little about how you too can jump on the “write your story” and “live your life NOW” train!
This week I welcome two guests that award people in two totally different ways. Stephanie Lee Jackson shares how as a highly sensitive person herself, she understands the importance of buildings which restore the spirit, rather than creating functional overwhelm.