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Episode 12: Living Your Fullest Life with Mandy Kubicek22/08/2019 Duração: 34min
Known for her giant salads and insightful questions, Mandy Kubicek is a Life Coach who helps burned out professionals slow down to achieve more. Before training with Martha Beck (aka Oprah’s life coach), Mandy spent 12 years building software products at companies like Boeing and Flywheel. She has an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis, a BS from the Raikes School at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, and continues to learn every day. Apply for a free one-on-one session with Mandy: bit.ly/focuswithmandy Sign up for Mandy’s free weekly Play Dates: bit.ly/coachkplaydate Learn more: https://www.coachkubicek.com (Photo of Mandy by Kimberly Bailey: https://kimberlydovi.com/)
Traveling, Career Changing, and Trusting Your Gut with Stefanie Monge31/07/2019 Duração: 01h05min
Stefanie is a dynamic strategist and communications pro with 12+ years of experience working with startups and founders around the world. From starting her career at the Omaha World-Herald writing about entrepreneurship, to working for Silicon Valley tech startups, to leading international retreats and conferences for female founders - Stefanie’s passion is empowering women through leadership development and connecting them with opportunities. During the day, Stefanie builds marketing automation programs to support recruitment across the University of Nebraska at Omaha. In her spare time, she gardens, mentors and serves as Chair of GETconf (Gender Equity in Tech Conference), Vice President of Mystery Code Society, and Chair of the Chancellor’s Commission on the Status of Women.
Episode 10: Trusting Yourself with Shonna Dorsey05/07/2019 Duração: 32min
Shonna Dorsey is an Omaha NE native, community builder, and active volunteer focused on empowering others through workforce and tech talent development initiatives. Personally, Shonna is focusing on simplifying every aspect of her life and deepening relationships with friends. She is also a karaoke fan who occasionally works on learning to play the guitar.
Episode 9: Engaging Your Community with Maria Corpuz16/02/2019 Duração: 31min
Maria Corpuz is a community builder. From hosting the monthly Nite Caps at Outrspaces in Omaha to being a sexual health social media influencer, she's challenging the Omaha community to think beyond their point of views. Hear how she's challenged how many of us think about our own beliefs, including being respectful when confronting those who hold different opinions than you.
Episode 8: Staying Inspired with Emily Reinhardt27/01/2019 Duração: 34min
The Object Enthusiast is now a household name for ceramics, but it wasn't always Emily's dream to own her own studio. From stumbling into ceramics, fighting through the doubts and recognizing you have the will to make something great, to the constant battle with balance in social media - Emily gives some amazing advice to all creatives. Visit Emily's shop here: https://www.theobjectenthusiast.com/
Episode 7: Creating Space with Laura Burhenn28/12/2018 Duração: 27min
American singer-songwriter Laura Burhenn is a shape-shifter who can't sit still. Since 2010 she's worked under the moniker The Mynabirds, releasing three critically acclaimed and stylistically different albums on Saddle Creek: What We Lose in the Fire We Gain in the Flood (2010) and GENERALS (2012), both produced by Richard Swift, and Lovers Know (2015). She has also toured as a member of the Postal Service (2013) and Bright Eyes (2011), helped found Omaha Girls Rock (a non-profit helping young girls find their voices), and in 2013 gave a TED talk based on her "New Revolutionists" portrait project, exploring what it means to be a revolutionary woman in this day and age. Before The Mynabirds, Laura was a member of DC indie band Georgie James with Q And Not U's John Davis, and also put out two self-produced solo albums on the label she founded herself, Laboratory Records.
Episode 6: Overcoming Creative Blocks with Antonia Welsch18/11/2018 Duração: 30min
Antonia Welsch is a writer living in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She has written candidly about her journey to and through motherhood on her site www.iamantonia.com. Her work has been featured in Motherly and Ferine Mag.
Episode 5: Running for a Government Office with Megan Hunt01/11/2018 Duração: 20min
We talk with Megan Hunt about her legislative bid for Omaha's District 8. As an entrepreneur and small business owner, mom, and community activist, Megan has a lot on her plate and has advice to give other women looking to run for office. Check out Megan's official website at: https://meganfornebraska.com/ Also - apologies to everyone for saying "that Gandhi quote" in the intro ;-)
Episode 4: Managing Work and Personal Goals with Adriana Cisneros Basulto25/10/2018 Duração: 41min
Trying to figure out what that "balance" everyone talks about between your work and personal life? Adriana breaks it down with one simple question: why not? We explore how to achieve what balance means for you by figuring out what success feels like for you at the end of the day.
Episode 3: Living with Autoimmune Diseases05/10/2018 Duração: 45min
In this episode, we talk to Caitlin Wedding about her life with autoimmune diseases, the tools she uses to get through her day, and finding relationships that support you. Want to follow Caitlin on social media? Her Instagram handle is @c_wedding.
Episode 2: A Journey to a Whole-Hearted Life with Niki Zap!21/09/2018 Duração: 59min
Self-care is a hot topic right now - but how are we truly living a whole-hearted life? Niki and I talk about being vulnerable with ourselves, as well as others, being kind to ourselves, and how being in our 30's is way better than we ever thought it'd be. Bio from Niki: she | her | hers Hi y’all, I’m Niki Zap! I have deep gratitude for the Umonhon People who this city was named for and whose land I’ve lived on since birth. I’m a white, queer, cisgender woman with a chronic pain condition who uses a wheelchair. I’m a born, raised, + currently practicing Nichiren Buddhist who works full-time and is in graduate school. I love people. My entire life revolves around my love for people. I love their stories and I’m honored to be the keeper of stories from actors who are Vietnam veterans + song-writers who are formerly incarcerated; engineers turned elected officials + civil rights attorneys turned non-profit collaborators; Latinx social workers, trans baristas, Black PhDs, gay pastors, Lakota teachers, disabled sup
Episode 1: Setting Your Vision with Angela McGraw04/09/2018 Duração: 32min