Saturday, October 16, 2010
“A friend is someone who can sing you the song of your heart when you’ve forgotten it.” Unknown Much has been written over the past several years about the importance – emotionally and physically – of having friends. And, not just “acquaintance” or “surface” friends, but friends who intimately know who you are…and, still love you, support you, tell you like it is, and listen to you. What a priceless gift. JoiningAnn in the first Conscious Conversations Café, was a group of women friends – Ann Kirby, Jo Ellen Soesbee and Susan Olson – who, in their own lives, have, love and appreciate their BFFs. They are women who live authentic, open-hearted lives and are richer for it. Tune in to hear what they have to say about the gift of friendship.
Guests: Ann Kirby, EnnCourage, Inc., Jo Ellen Soesbee, The ToolBox TomGirl of Reliable Repairs, Susan Olson, Unlocked Box
Saturday, October 9, 2010
It’s Your Money – How the New Laws Will Affect You and/or Your Business and Some Year-End Planning Tips
Leonard Raskin, the WomanTalk Live Wealth Expert, joined me to talk about the provisions in a couple of the new bills that were passed this year by Congress – the Credit Card Reform and the new Healthcare Law – and how their provisions will affect you individually and in your business. With so many rumors floating around, thank goodness, he cleared some of them up for us. In addition, he shared some “things to do” before the year is over and we head into 2011. Tune in and catch the facts.
Guest: Leonard Raskin, CEO of Wealth Advocacy Partners
Saturday, October 2, 2010
Domestic violence is often referred to as intimate violence because the physically and/or emotionally harmful acts occur between people in an intimate relationship. It’s the leading cause of injury to women and it can happen to anyone. There is no race, age, sexual orientation, religion, gender or income level that is immune to this type of abuse. It’s an equal opportunity threat. And, the statistics are sobering. One in every four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. Audrey Bergin, the Coordinator of Northwest Hospital’s Domestic Violence Program (DOVE) and President of Maryland’s Health Care Coalition Against Domestic Violence, joined me to talk about the types of intimate abuse, the warning signs, the barriers to leaving, safety planning, and where to get help. No one deserves to be abused. Help is available. Relationship violence is a crime and you deserve immediate protection if you are being abused. If you are in immediate danger, call 911. And, tune in to hear tips from Audrey if you or someone you know needs help.
Guest: Audrey Bergin, Coordinator of Northwest Hospital’s Domestic Violence Program (DOVE)
Saturday, September 25, 2010
Michelle Matson, VP at Matson Money and author of Rich Chick:The 9 Must-Have Accessories Every Girl Needs to Create Financial Confidence, Independence and Freedom…the Smart Way, feels that every woman deserves to feel confident and secure about her financial future. In fact, statistics show that when it comes to finances, women actually hold the power. However, according to a well-known 2010 survey, only 6% of women are “very confident” in their ability to fully retire with a comfortable lifestyle. Michelle talked with me and my guest co-host, the WTL Wealth Expert, Leonard Raskin, CEO of Wealth Advocacy Partners, about women and their money or lack thereof. Tune in to hear our discussion on money challenges and misconceptions and what to do now. And, of course, since financial confidence looks good on every woman – we’ll talk about the 9 “must have” accessories to accomplish your financial freedom.
Guest: Michelle Matson, author, Rich Chick:The 9 Must-Have Accessories Every Girl Needs to Create Financial Confidence,
Independence and Freedom…the Smart Way
Saturday, September 18, 2010
Michele DeKinder-Smith, CEO of Jane Out of the Box and author of See Jane Succeed: Five Types of Female Entrepreneurs Reveal What It Takes to Win in Business and Life, says that regardless of the reason for starting a business or the size of your business, if you’re a woman entrepreneur – you’re part of an elite club. You’re a woman who has summoned the courage, tenacity and determination to start or run a business. Michele’s company conducts research for and about women business owners, and after interviewing thousands of business owners, Michele has identified five types of entrepreneurs and determined what motivates them, what gets in their way, what helps them get and stay on target, and what helps them stay true to their dreams. Listen in as Michele discusses the five types…and find out just what type of Jane you are.
Guest: Michele DeKinder-Smith, CEO, Jane Out of the Box
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