Jessmyn Stanley

How Yoga Can Help You Find Your Balance (or Accept Your Imbalance)

Jessamyn Stanley—who describes herself as a fat, queer, Black person—is refreshingly honest and self-accepting. She also has a lovely way of bringing self-acceptance out in others. We had a conversation with her this month about the transformative possibilities of yoga—even if you start with a free three-minute video. Stanley is the author of Yoke: My […]

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Mother working from home with children

Staying Afloat Without Risking Your Career | That’s A Good Question

The pandemic brought new meaning to the “sandwich generation,” leaving women, in particular, stretched thinner than ever. This month’s listener finds herself in a seemingly impossible situation: She’s the family breadwinner caring for two young children, a husband with a chronic illness, elderly parents—and she just got a promotion at work. How can she manage […]

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Glennon Doyle

How to Trust Your Voice Within: A Conversation with Glennon Doyle & Laysha Ward

“We’re always asking other people how we should live. And when you think about it, that’s totally hilarious because by definition, no one has ever lived the life we’re living. No one has ever lived my life with my experiences, with my pain, with my loss, with my skills, with my effort. Every single life […]

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Issa Rae

Women of Color Blazing Trails: A Conversation with Issa Rae & Laysha Ward

Show Notes: This episode is a special way to kick off Black History Month by bringing you an extraordinary keynote conversation between producer, actress and writer Issa Rae and Target’s EVP and chief external engagement officer Laysha Ward. This conversation happened at the October 2020 Texas Conference for Women. Featuring two pioneers who are blazing […]

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Nataly Kogan | Skills to Struggle Less Amidst Today’s Challenges at Work (Masterclass)

Join Nataly Kogan, emotional fitness and leadership expert, for a free, interactive, and virtual 90-minute masterclass on, “Skills to Struggle Less Amidst Today’s Challenges at Work“. Wednesday, February 10th 12:00pm – 1:30pm EST Through science-backed skills and proven practices, Nataly will teach you how to: Struggle less through challenges Break free from daily burnout Fuel […]

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Charmaine McClarie

An Executive Coach Shares Her Hard-Won Insights into Finding Your Voice, and Strength, in 2020

One truth about tumultuous times like these is that it can be difficult to get a sense of perspective—the kind that allows you to take a bigger view than the day’s headlines and begin to find your voice, your strength, and your role in a changing world. That’s why, this month, we are happy to […]

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Suze Orman Has Some Advice for You: About Money, the Future of Work, and More

In a recent exclusive interview with the Conferences for Women, Suze Orman—America’s best-known financial advisor to women—was characteristically outspoken money, the future of work, and more. Orman, the author of 10 consecutive New York Times bestsellers and winner of two Emmy Awards, recently came out of a short-lived retirement to again advise women about a […]

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