If you've ever wondered what it's like to work in the world of venture capitalists and start ups, tune into our discussion with Nate Domenighini to learn how he connects founders with funders and helps entrepreneurs get the support they need to bring their innovation to life.
Why is it so hard to make your self care a priority? Listen as Kathryn Spitznagle talks about what may be stopping you and how to take small steps toward building trust with yourself by keeping your promises and holding yourself accountable for daily renewal...even if it's only one minute at a time.
When you think about your own self care, do you know what revitalizes you? Do you know why something specific is rejuvenating for you? Listen as Kathryn Spitznagle explains how the answers to both of these questions are equally important and why prioritizing self care is just plain good leadership.
When you think of self care, you may think of exercise, nutrition or relaxation. Do you also consider the dialog in your mind? Is it positive? Productive? Take a listen as Kathryn Spitznagle shares how to use self talk to cherish the person you are today and encourage the one you're becoming.
As a clinical pharmacist of South Asian descent, Bhavana Jain felt she had a calling for healthcare but a passion for fashion. She went to design school to enable her dual career and when she launched her first line of women's clothing who were her biggest fans? Her pharmaceutical co-workers.
She's known as the Baby Whisperer and the Concierge Chiropractor but to all of her patients big and small Dr. Airn Houlahan's healing hands are a gift. Listen as she shares her journey of taking Abundant Life Chiropractic from a side hustle to a franchise, empowering young women along the way.
She's known as the Chicago Pattern Maker, but Xochil Herrera Scheer does more than product development in the apparel industry. She turns a fashion designer's vision into reality and then helps them take it to market. What's her secret to making all of this happen for so many designers? Listening.
When you move to a foreign country, don't speak the language and miss a taste of home, what do you do? If you're Elodie Habert you volunteer to learn the language, practice making baguettes in your kitchen and open a business that brings the authentic taste of France to the heart of Nashville.
As a financial representative, owner of "The Uncommon Life," fashion stylist and mother of four, Asya Washum knows what it's like to lose sight of yourself. She loves helping women find their way back to themselves and become the grandest version of themselves so they can live their best life-today.
If you could use a little positive motivation today, Megan Nefzger is your gal. She left a 9-5 job to start her own business and her advice for others is simple. "Surround yourself with like-minded people who want to lift you up. Then put yourself out there and go design the life you deserve." Amen
You might wonder how a Masters Degree and 10 years of working in Public Health provide a good foundation for interior design project management but for Renae DeVolder, the underlying purpose is the same--serving people. This passion plus her ability to blend design fashion and function just worked.
Doctors and nurses have stressful jobs. The added stressor for Dr. Angela Moriarity's team? They work in jails. Their teammates are custodial or security staff. Their focus is providing the best medical or behavioral care to patients by hiring medical teams that share the same mindset and mission.
Andre is a leading Chicago stylist who owns "Black Garment Bag" and believes in the transformative power of clothing. He takes a strategic approach to wardrobing, curates closets and designs outfits that elevate confidence, communicate personal brand and convey a message without saying a word.
When you own a CrossFit gym and learn women of all ages share a problem that keeps them from working out, what do you do? If you're Holly Mosack and you know how important exercise is to mental and physical health, you create a line of fitness apparel to solve the problem and keep them coming back.
Sydney Frietsch is the President and CEO of Ring Bandits and runs a third-generation farm with her husband and littles. She calls the genesis of her business a miracle and credits its success to faith, hard work and a passion for helping others. Her secret? Zone into what makes you happy.
As a mechanical engineer, Holly Edwin combined the excitement of creating construction & mining equipment with her passion for sustainability and mentoring to become a leader at Caterpillar who excelled in developing the next generation of green technology and the next generation of leaders.
As a Social Media Professional, Talk Show Host, Fashion Blogger and Regional Director of Fashion Group International, what encouragement does Alex Duffy have for other Millennials? Two words: Keep Blossoming. Listen to hear how Alex manages her 4 jobs, prioritizes self care and inspires others.
What's Tyner Williams' secret to keeping an inside sales team energized? Simple. "My leaders pour into me and I pour into others." Join us for this Rock Star Millennial podcast where Tyner shares her leadership lessons learned and her path to becoming the Woman of her Destiny.
When your mission is to serve 70 million people in 10 states, where do you look for help? You look up…about 4000 feet up to be exact. That’s where you’ll find LifeLine Pilots, volunteer pilots who transport patients in need of medical care, free of charge...saving lives one flight at a time.