When I looked up and realized that we were nearing the 100th episode of the podcast, I knew I wanted to do a special show. It’s been a wonderful year and a half of producing this show, and I’ve learned so much from making, creating, and interviewing. Here’s what I learned, what surprised me, and how we’ve improved our processes over time.
Here’s the biggest thing people misunderstand about growing a network and meeting people in business. Rather than trying to be transactional about it, use this strategy that I’ve used throughout my career to form genuine connections, to nurture your tribe and your friendships, and to build your network (long before you need it).
She was on track to become a neuroscientist: she’d hit all the markers, from prestigious fellowships to a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School and MIT. She was about to become a professor when she switched careers—and became a parent. Now, she’s an “internet unicorn” with multiple platforms and businesses, an author, and has a brand-new career. Christine Koh tells us how motherhood moved her career in a completely different direction, and how she (almost) never looked back.
We’re opening up applications for the 2019 mastermind, the Wise Women’s Council. If you’re looking for a community of like-minded women navigating motherhood and entrepreneurship, listen to this episode for all of the program details and how to apply.
The Science of Personality and Why It Matters for Your Business — Episode #096 With Vanessa Van Edwards
Vanessa Van Edwards is a journalist turned researcher who got curious about what makes people tick, and she believes that when it comes to business, personality is not a nice-to-know, it’s a need-to-know.
Creating ‘Mantras in Motion’ as a Dancer, Teacher, and Entrepreneur — Episode #095 With Erin Stutland
Mantras can be helpful in reprogramming our thinking. Erin Stutland’s background in dance and interest in human development grew into ‘mantras in motion.’