Real Women. Real Stories. Real Emotion.
Ep #2: Nicholle Overkamp
Nicholle is an incredible #ladyboss, CEO of Wilcox Financial Group in Buffalo, NY and PowHerhouse Money Coaching. Nicholle focuses on women and couples who are ready to take financial action
Ep #3: Jess Behnke
Jess Behnke talks about being a woman in the woodworking field, her experiences with social media and how she and her husband manage a business together and stay married!
Ep #4: Heather Gerdes
Heather is a 42-year old woman, mother of two children (ages 18 and soon to be 20), who has embraced challenges as stepping stones to the life she now chooses to live.
Ep #5: Weston Elijah Kruss
In honor of Infant Awareness Month, I share the memory of Weston Elijah Kruss, born sleeping on July 2, 2014.
Here is Corey’s testimonial on YouTube.
Ep #6: Kati Mascari
Kati Mascari joins me for Beast Cancer Awareness Month to talk about her own battle with stage 1 invasive breast cancer, how she communicated what was happening to her 2 very young children and how she kept a positive outlook throughout the journey.
Ep #7: Courtney Tully
Fertility Coach, Courtney Tully, discusses with us the pain of miscarriage, her personal experiences with a doctor who told her she was young and could try again, and the best and worst thing to say to someone who has experienced infertility or infant loss.
Ep #8 & 9: Jeri D’Aurelio
Jeri D'Aurelio is an Officer in the US Army JAG Corps as well as a powerhouse competitor on American Ninja Warrior. Jeri's journey to becoming an attorney was not an easy one, as she was diagnosed with both ADD and Dyslexia when she was growing up.
Ep #10: Michael Arnold
Michael Arnold, sobriety coach, talks about how alcohol and drug addiction almost took her life and ruined the lives of others around her and when she decided to take a brave and empowered decision to take back her sobriety.
Ep #11: Jessica Hans-Smolin
Jessica Hans-Smolin speaks openly for the first time about being torn between the choice to terminate her pregnancy due to her daughter's life threatening medical issues or allow her to face a life of pain. Jessica shares how she came to her decision without drowning in guilt and regret.
Ep #12: Carolyn Norby
Weight loss battles afflict almost every woman at some point.Listen to how Carolyn Norby took back her life after a divorce and deep depression and laugh along with her upbeat positive attitude and how she approaches healthy living, weight watchers and french fries!
Ep #13: Stacey Taylor
Stacey Taylor opens up with us about how momma bear rears her head when her baby is in distress. With no known issues during pregnancy, Stacey's son Shepard was born with severe birth defects and she had fought the battle to find him the best doctors to address his multiple birth defects.
Ep #14: Georgia Boston
Georgia Boston talks about her struggle with anxiety and depression that saw her leaving a high powered job to focus on taking care of her mental health and learning to make herself a priority for her health and wellbeing. She talks about the importance of women supporting women.
Ep #15: Brittany Hyde
Brittany Hyde is not only a mom to 4 kids under 5 years old, but she's also a busy entrepreneur with a business she has built in a competitive male dominated industry. Brittany talks about how you can be more than "just" a mom and how we should go after our dreams and get what we really want - even when excuses seem like the best...excuse!
Ep #16: Lisa Johnson
Lisa Johnson is in the final stages of interstate adoption of three older siblings (ages 11, 13, 15). With a large, blended family, Lisa has 8 children. She is a professional woman in the male dominated fitness world and is actively engaged in her community, kids sports and church life.
Ep 17: Melissa Garcia
Melissa Garcia is 29 years old and she's on the journey she calls "life". In this episode, Melissa talks about how her self worth was in the trash and she was living in a world of "I'm not good enough". 6 months ago, Melissa's self-transformation started. She shares why and where she is on her journey.
Ep #18: Dr. Jesse Sanders
Coach Dr. Jesse Sanders talks openly about being a single dad, how he raises his kids with morals and values and we share our thoughts together on self-transformation.
Jesse believes in learning from previous mistakes so they don't happen again and learning from the wisdom we have been bestowed.
Ep #19: Jen Grice
Jen Grice is a divorce coach and author of "You Can Survive Divorce". In this episode, Jen and I speak about her abusive marriage, how and why she finally left and she provides advice and knowledge about not only how to survive after divorce, but to thrive.
Ep #20: May Anderson
In corporate America, it seems women have to choose whether to pursue a demanding career or family lifestyle. While there are definitely adjustments that need to be made, the women who came before us have paved the way so that we can have both a career and a family life.
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