Sinopse

ROAMHOWL PODCASTS explore and share the stories of fascinating people multi-talented high-performers and trail blazers working in the arts, entertainment, sciences, technology and professions, with an out-of-the box approach to life and work. Who are they and how did they get where they are today? Hosted by Jennifer Gardner.

Episódios

  • 026: Digital Media Marketing Strategy with Tiffany Carter of ProjectME

    026: Digital Media Marketing Strategy with Tiffany Carter of ProjectME

    26/02/2019 Duração: 56min

    RoamHowl is back with Season 2 and I'm kicking it off with 7-figure entrepreneur, money mindset and passive income expert Tiffany Carter of ProjectME. I've been deeply immersed in studying digital media platforms and how successful, multi-passionate professionals are using them to build rewarding careers doing work that they love. Now, I'm taking you on this journey with me to help you leverage persuasive messaging and digital media to grow your practice, build trust, and generate referrals. Get my free guide 3x3 Ways to Market Your Business Online to Skyrocket Your Referrals. Send me an email at http://roamhowl.com/contact and I'll send it your way. In this episode, Tiffany and I are talking about making money, setting goals, and attracting clients plus using video and making sales. Tiffany Carter takes the mystery out of making BIG money, while doing something you love. She uses a magnetic combination of her clear-cut communication style that she developed as a TV news journalist, her business savvy and pro

  • 025: Picking yourself up and moving on with your life when you get kicked in the teeth with Dr. Annise Mabry

    025: Picking yourself up and moving on with your life when you get kicked in the teeth with Dr. Annise Mabry

    27/06/2018 Duração: 45min

    “Finding peace in the imperfection. So many times when people are going through transition... [when] they are thinking about writing a book or making that career transition, they want to wait for the perfect moment. While you are waiting for that perfect moment, all of the imperfect moments are passing you by. You have to find the peace in the imperfection and stop waiting for the perfect moment.” ~Dr. Annise Mabry Doc Mabry.  She is truly inspiring.  Some of us get to take our time in going through transitions.  Others get a kick in the pants and are forced to swim or die. The transition is involuntary.   Doc Mabry falls in the latter category. She has gone through several hurricanes of change – not of her choice or making -  and always lands on her feet. She has faced down life threatening illnesses, and successfully transitioned from 17-year position as Dean of Graduate Studies at Devry University after her employment was suddenly terminated (without any cause or prior notice). She picked herself up and mo

  • 024: Cyber-Bullying, Cyber-Shaming and Digital Resilience: Shame Nation and the War against Online Hate with Sue Scheff

    024: Cyber-Bullying, Cyber-Shaming and Digital Resilience: Shame Nation and the War against Online Hate with Sue Scheff

    21/03/2018 Duração: 58min

    I took a short hiatus from creating new episodes, because I have been extremely busy cooking up some new business plans and finishing up the course I have created that helps people grow their businesses through mindset, productivity and communication strategies.  I had this episode all ready to go, but I delayed, because I wanted to nail the introduction, and I suffered from hopelessly fractured focus. Today’s topic is all about cyber bullying, cyber shaming and digital resilience. I can report from the trenches on this critical issue.  As a lawyer, I have represented people who have been sued for defaming others on- line when they legitimately complained in a Rip-Off report.  I have also had clients who were victims of trolls and on-line haters. I have represented artists who were badgered by an angry digital mob into dismantling a political art exhibit.   The First Amendment did not win the day in that case. I also help people strategically communicate to minimize the effects of on-line harassment and bully

  • 023: Love your work with David Kadavy, Author, Podcaster, Creative Disrupter

    023: Love your work with David Kadavy, Author, Podcaster, Creative Disrupter

    29/11/2017 Duração: 54min

    “It's a weird world today where if you really search for the truth, that’s the most contrarian thing you can possibly say.""~David Kadavy David Kadavy is a Top 20 Amazon Author, the voice behind the Love Your Work podcast,  a contributor to several of my favorite publications including HuffPo, McSweeny’s Upworthy, someone I follow passionately and always learn a tremendous amount from.  He writes about topics that interest me most – creativity, productivity, maintaining focus, and perfectionism. So it makes total sense that when I went to prepare his interview for broadcast here, I would suffer from a terrible bout of perfectionism paralysis myself, the net result of which is that it took me forever to finish this episode. What impresses me the most about David Kadavy is how transparent he is about his struggle to do his own creative work. In fact, this very struggle is grist for his artistic mill. David has a new book about to launch called The Heart to Start all about connecting with the art inside you. 

  • 022: Inner Voice Coach Kelly Covert on Perfectionism, Trust  Worthiness

    022: Inner Voice Coach Kelly Covert on Perfectionism, Trust & Worthiness

    26/10/2017 Duração: 44min

    “I want women to stop beating themselves up with that mean voice and live by the voice that says, ‘You are worthy now.’"~Kelly Covert Jennifer talks with inner voice coach Kelly Covert about speaking up, giving voice to what it's like to be an authentic woman in this world, and acknowledging your own self worth -- no matter how challenging. In this vulnerable conversation, Kelly shares her struggle with performance and perfectionism in regard to being a professional musician, triathlete, coach and, especially, as a mom to a child with special needs. *** Kelly Covert is an inner voice coach with a passion for helping women entrepreneurs believe and achieve their big vision by connecting deeply with the wisdom that is inside of them all while owning their worthiness each and every day. Through her intuitive, heart-centered approach she helps women awaken to their true power as creators and world-changers. She is the creator and host of the In Her Voice podcast. Her work has been featured on The Huffington Po

  • Producer of The Creative Impostor Andrea Klunder on Podcasting, Yoga and Entrepreneurial Imposter Syndrome

    Producer of The Creative Impostor Andrea Klunder on Podcasting, Yoga and Entrepreneurial Imposter Syndrome

    20/09/2017 Duração: 49min

    “I don’t want you to be jealous of my podcast -- I want you to have your podcast and I want your podcast to be the envy of everyone else."~Andrea Klunder In this episode, Jennifer and Andrea, producer of The Creative Impostor podcast, peel back the curtain a bit on what it's like to work together on producing RoamHowl. Andrea shares the secrets behind her multi-faceted, multi-passionate career; how she went from singing opera to teaching yoga and meditation to producing podcasts and teaching others how to do the same; and how to deal with failure in your creative work and business. Full show notes: http://www.roamhowl.com/021 *** Andrea Klunder is the Producer & Host of The Creative Impostor Podcast, and creator of Podcast Envy and The Creative Impostor Studios, the vehicle through which she helps she helps creative visionaries to use the power of podcasting as a tool for connection, storytelling and being seen via your authentic voice. In 2017, she launched Season 1 of Power Your Story, a podcast made f

  • Tutu Project Co-Creator Linda Lancaster Carey on Death, Life, Vulnerability and Creativity

    Tutu Project Co-Creator Linda Lancaster Carey on Death, Life, Vulnerability and Creativity

    06/09/2017 Duração: 43min

    “I have to be creative. It’s part of my soul"~Linda Lancaster Carey In this episode, Jennifer and Linda Lancaster Carey go deep. It’s difficult not to -- they have been friends for a long time. And Linda has survived an aggressive, advanced form of breast cancer for 10 years. They talk about death, life, vulnerability, creativity, supporting other people’s creativity, and what it’s like when you have been on chemotherapy for 10 years. Linda says:  The single most important creative act she does every day is stay alive. Links & Resources "I should take a life drawing class… because that is when I’m most at peace… it’s a very good zen, get away from my life kind of feeling." ~Linda Lancaster Carey Connect with Linda The Tutu Project The Carey Foundation Instagram Twitter "As I’m an inspiration to people with cancer, I want to be an inspiration to others that follow your dream.” Connect with Jennifer  Facebook Twitter Email me here I am also on the web at www.jgardnerassociates.com and you can read about my

  • Coach Carly Palady on Transformational Stories, Impact and Influence, and Mapping Your Joy

    Coach Carly Palady on Transformational Stories, Impact and Influence, and Mapping Your Joy

    28/08/2017 Duração: 50min

    Jennifer interviews Carly Palady about weaving the narratives of your life in to a map for success and joy. http://roamhowl.com/019 “Don’t let the busy-ness get in the way of capturing the story… you don’t know if you have tomorrow."~Carly Palady In a time of heaviness around recent events in Charlottesville and Barcelona, this interview with Carly Palady is offered as a healing balm of light, inspiration and uplifting energy. Teacher, therapist, coach, consultant and former Alaskan tour bus driver - Carly is helping other visionaries leverage their gifts and talents in online programs and businesses so they can get their message out into the world in a way that feels transformational and impactful. "I wake up every day going, ‘Is this my life? Are these the people I’m working with?’ because they’re all so transformational… I don’t even feel like it’s work… it’s like little chutes of light and positivity going out and effecting people in all different ways." ~Carly Palady Connect with Carly: CarlyPalady.com

  • 018: Street Artist Megzany on Art, Community, and Courage

    018: Street Artist Megzany on Art, Community, and Courage

    08/08/2017 Duração: 47min

    Jennifer Gardner interviews street artist Megzany. http://roamhowl.com/018 "I would never tell anyone ‘oh, test the waters.' No, just go. Sure it’s freezing, it’s going to stifle you, you’re going to go through all these tribulations, but you have to do it. If you know that you want a change, you have to dive in." ~Megzany Meg Zany is a Los Angeles-based street artist. Zany’s first pieces of street art appeared early 2016 and she has since produced countless works in over a dozen cities around the world, including LA, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Boise, Denver, Chicago, Philadelphia, New York City, West Palm Beach, New Orleans, Montreal, London, Kraków, Paris, and Berlin. The nature of her work is often a contrast — bold in-your-face text paired with lively figures that intimately connect with viewers. Possessing an affinity for flight since a young age, her work often utilizes images that depict aviation. One of Zany’s most iconic stencils is of Amelia Earhart paired with the mantra, “Courage Has No G

  • 017: Actor, Producer, Writer, Director Paul Jerome On Collaboration And Taking The Leap

    017: Actor, Producer, Writer, Director Paul Jerome On Collaboration And Taking The Leap

    27/07/2017 Duração: 49min

    "I always felt like I wasn’t JUST an actor, but my passion for acting kept me going because I was just so happy whenever I was doing it… but when the option of stretching yourself and taking that leap was presented... I just jumped." ~Paul Jerome Jennifer Gardner interviews actor, writer, producer, director Paul Jerome. Paul Jerome is an actor and producer, known for Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World(2005), Bean (2008) and Attraction (2000). He is also the co-producer, co-writer, co-director of the award-winning comedy web series THE BIG DICK MIKE SHOW. Listen now...   Links & Resources "A lot of times it wasn’t about getting paid — it was about collaboration." ~Paul Jerome on his series and YouTube projects Connect with Paul TWITTER FACEBOOK Acting demo reel The Big Dick Mike Show on YouTube Connect with Jennifer  Facebook, @jenbgardner on Twitter Email me here. I am also on the web at www.jgardnerassociates.com and you can read about my approach to practicing law. Highlights from the Episo

  • 016: Keef Ward On Art, Activism, Currency  Connection – Art With Teeth

    016: Keef Ward On Art, Activism, Currency & Connection – Art With Teeth

    13/07/2017 Duração: 45min

    Jennifer Gardner interviews creator, curator, connector and the founder of Art With Teeth, Keef Ward. http://roamhowl.com/016 “I wanna have a viable, fair, artistically balanced platform so that basically it doesn’t matter what the judgments out of the high castles of art are because we’ll be independent."~Keef Ward "Art With Teeth" is an evolving platform built to showcase Art and Artists whose work directly and unapologetically exposes, informs or addresses critical issues facing us in these modern times. Keef describes it as a big love fest where "we celebrate and promote activist artists and share them as widely as possible." His vision is to grow into a platform for artists to post and sell their work using crypto currency & gamification in a community-driven way in order to eliminate banks and middle men, providing a more sustainable living for artists. Connect with Keef Art With Teeth Tawdry show @ The Hive, LA August 5, 2017 Twitter Instagram Facebook  Connect with Jennifer  Facebook @jenbgardne

  • 015: Emily Ann Peterson on Resonance, Resiliency  Bare Naked Bravery

    015: Emily Ann Peterson on Resonance, Resiliency & Bare Naked Bravery

    27/06/2017 Duração: 44min

    Jennifer Gardner interviews musician, singer, songwriter, speaker, author, educator and host of the Bare Naked Bravery podcast,  Emily Ann Peterson. http://roamhowl.com/015 “I’ve realized that every piece of art that I put out there, every song, every album, every lyric — it has something to do with bravery."~Emily Ann Peterson Emily Ann Peterson spent 17 years with her cello. It was her second voice until she was diagnosed with a degenerative neurological hand tremor. It was then she knew she would need to be brave. Refusing to resign to fate and genetics, she expanded her skills to include songwriting. This act of neurological defiance broke through her creative glass ceiling and then swept her up in the expansive limits. Her podcast, Bare Naked Bravery, features conversations with everyday heros and creative entrepreneurs about the quiet successes and loud failures required to do the brave things for which we know and love them. Emily Ann's mission is inspire a global resonance and magnanimous community

  • 014: 3 Strategies for Overcoming Perfectionism

    014: 3 Strategies for Overcoming Perfectionism

    16/06/2017 Duração: 09min

    "I find that I'm the most alive when I'm riding the fear wave... turning the tips of my skis straight down the fall line and going for it. It's a lot easier than resisting." ~Jennifer Gardner, on facing fear Shownotes: http://roamhowl.com/014 As a follow-up to Episode 011 on My Struggle with Perfectionism, I did some research and reflection on practical strategies for dealing with this very common tendency that can stop us from doing just about everything. Here is what I came up with: Get out of your head. Mindset, meditation, and the value of sleeping on it, without over thinking. "When a bad thought comes up, whether I'm meditating or not, I acknowledge it and then I tell it 'Thank you,' and 'Please go away.'" ~Jennifer Gardner, on mindset and meditation Face your fear and do it anyway. Mitch Jackson (Episode 003) interviews Seth Godin in this video. Here's a quote: "The safest thing to do is to play it risky, to stand up, to ask questions, to lead, to connect, and to make art." ~Seth Godin No regrets!

  • 013: Gutsy Glorious Coach  Lawyer Lin Eleoff on Covering Your Assets and Redefining Success

    013: Gutsy Glorious Coach & Lawyer Lin Eleoff on Covering Your Assets and Redefining Success

    01/06/2017 Duração: 53min

    Jennifer Gardner interviews lawyer and coach Lin Eleoff about internet business law, the DIY Legal Toolkit, masterminds, redefining success, personal growth and her Gutsy Rulebook for learning how to live your life by your own set of rules.  http://roamhowl.com/013 “I really do think success is not having any regrets." ~Lin Eleoff Lin Eleoff is an internet business lawyer and personal and business coach who helps women step up, show up, and (most importantly) "woman up!" Connect with Lin Coaching Website Cover Your Assets Online (DIY Legal Toolkit) Facebook Lin's Podcast  Connect with Jennifer  [email protected] on Twitter Email me here. I am also on the web at www.jgardnerassociates.com and you can read about my approach to practicing law. Highlights from the Episode The story of how Lin & Jennifer connected, plus the origin of the name “RoamHowl.” Lin's first career was broadcasting  -- she even wrote a letter to a local television station at age 11 saying she could "help them out" and asking for a

  • 012: Spiritual Counselor Barry Selby on Relationships  Self-Publishing

    012: Spiritual Counselor Barry Selby on Relationships & Self-Publishing

    22/05/2017 Duração: 52min

    Jennifer Gardner interviews bestselling author, speaker and spiritual counselor, Barry Selby, aka "The Love Doctor", about relationships, the roles of feminine and masculine, self-publishing and the power of live streaming. http://roamhowl.com/012 Visit RoamHowl.com and drop your email to make sure you never miss an episode!     “Relationships are a wonderful opportunity to grow... which is not what some people want." ~Barry Selby Barry Selby is known as The Love Doctor to his friends and clients. He is a passionate champion for the divine feminine who helps strong, successful single women stop short-changing their love-lives. He is the #1 best-selling author of 50 Ways to Love Your Lover, a speaker, and spiritual counselor through Agape International. "If you are happy and grateful for where you are now, then everything that came before got you here, so there’s no choice but to accept and appreciate what happened before.” ~Barry Selby Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode SummitLive (event whe

  • 011: My Struggle With Perfectionism

    011: My Struggle With Perfectionism

    10/05/2017 Duração: 07min

    Jennifer Gardner shares how perfectionism plays into her life and work as a lawyer, podcaster and artist and how she almost quit her making creative work as a result. http://roamhowl.com/011 "I came down with a strong case of 'someday syndrome' -- someday I'll finish this project or that project and then I'll put it out in the world, but 'someday' never came because I was waiting for it to be perfect." ~Jennifer Gardner I've been practicing law for a very long time in a market that is very competitive and I compete. Somehow, somewhere along the line, I got the idea that it did not matter what I did, how hard I worked, how much I learned, that I would never be good enough. What is strange about this idea is how it persists even though, by all objective measurements, I've been pretty successful. "There seems to be a disconnect between all this good stuff and how I feel about work." ~Jennifer Gardner on professional success Hear more about... The drive for perfectionism and how it shows up in Jennifer's life

  • 010: iDigitalCop Marc Marty on Law Enforcement Social Media

    010: iDigitalCop Marc Marty on Law Enforcement Social Media

    26/04/2017 Duração: 47min

    Jennifer Gardner interviews Sergeant Marc Marty, aka iDigitalCop, about law enforcement social media, live streaming and the role of police offers in their communities. http://roamhowl.com/010 “We’re not expected to stand in front of a camera and a microphone and be all perfect… no one wants to see that… people want to see us be real." ~Sergeant Marc Marty, on live streaming. Marc Marty is the Training & Personnel Sergeant with the Montebello Police Department in southern California. In Sergeant Marty’s 19 year career as a police officer, he has worked a variety of assignments. Currently, he is responsible for the recruitment and hiring of new employees wishing to join the ranks of the Montebello PD. Marc is also responsible for developing the department's training subjects and programs. Marc has been the driving force behind the development, implementation, and management of Montebello PD's online presence. As the department's social media manager and supervisor or the Community Relations Unit, he has ex

  • 009: Artist Amanda Oleander on Live Streaming, Periscope

    009: Artist Amanda Oleander on Live Streaming, Periscope

    14/04/2017 Duração: 39min

    “You can talk to people from all over the world at the click of a button — this is like teleportation!" ~Amanda Oleander, on the magic of live streaming Jennifer Gardner interviews Amanda Oleander on her work, becoming a live streaming sensation on Periscope with over 500,000 followers, her love for supporting animals through her art, and the importance of following your passions. Amanda Oleander is a Los Angeles based fine artist. Oleander's artwork became internationally recognized after working for E! Entertainment as their first in-house full time illustrator illustrating for their articles in 2014. In 2015 Oleander became a full-time at home artist. She started to paint live from home and broadcast her work on a live streaming app, Periscope. Oleander's art became viral after she gained a following of over half a million followers and attention in the media. She has been featured in The New York Times, Seventeen, Cosmopolitan, Vanity Fair, and The Hollywood Reporter to name a few. Shortly after she signe

  • 008: The Challenge of Authenticity with Jennifer Gardner

    008: The Challenge of Authenticity with Jennifer Gardner

    06/04/2017 Duração: 05min

    Jennifer talks about the challenge of living an authentic life and sharing it publicly as she transitions between the worlds of legal practice and podcasting. http://roamhowl.com/008 “I believe that if we share the truth about ourselves, we will discover that we are more similar than different from each other." ~Jennifer Gardner For many years now, my primary work has been in the legal profession.  Now, the Legal Profession is still fairly conventional and conservative, although I think this is starting to change. While working as a lawyer, I have felt like my private life had to be very private, like I couldn't show up completely the way I was to work.  I always felt some shame around the duality between the  "creative me" and the "professional me."   When I was a young lawyer, a partner in the firm I worked at once lectured me about how if I did not work 12 hours a day I would never amount to anything.  I quickly realized that I could not have a life and survive in a law firm owned by someone else.  I also

  • 007: Blogger Bruna Nessif on The Problem with Dating

    007: Blogger Bruna Nessif on The Problem with Dating

    21/03/2017 Duração: 54min

    Jennifer Gardner interviews former E! News writer & editor, and now independent blogger, Bruna Nessif, on her new entrepreneurial venture, The Problem With Dating. “Tell me I can’t do something so I can show you I can." ~Bruna Nessif In this episode, you'll hear about: 2:00 Bruna's career at E! Entertainment, how she worked her way up, starting as an intern despite people’s doubts that she could make it happen and her strategy to make herself an asset from the moment she stepped into the building.   “Your skill set is important but you can always improve that. What you can bring already finessed and finished and polished is your attitude and that’s just as important." ~Bruna Nessif   Bruna started out creating content for E! Online that was causing conversations in other forums (not the norm for an intern), went on to freelance and eventually work full-time covering weddings, divorces, baby births, breakups, makeups, and more. She interviewed celebrities such as Josh Duhamel, Alessandra Ambrosio, and Magg

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