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Boss Ladies Connect

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Boss Ladies Connect

Tisha Talks

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Welcome to Boss Ladies Connect podcast, I’m your host Tisha Talks. This podcast is all about connecting and conversating with women who are committed to doing life well. We share our journeys, the ups, the downs, and the lessons we have learned along the way. A Boss Lady is a woman who lives life on purpose, choosing to thrive in life, she may fall but she gets back up. It isn't about perfection or necessarily being an entrepreneur, but it is about pursuing purpose. Listen to be inspired, en ...
 
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Boss Ladies

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Boss Ladies

Olivia Wherry

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Is it difficult to be heard because you are often the only woman in the room? Are you frustrated by not having a seat at the table? Join Olivia Wherry, as she speaks with influential female leaders about how they created their life successes, overcame obstacles like being the only woman in the room and broke through the glass ceiling to get where they are today. Tune in as Olivia has emotional and poignant conversations with female leaders where they dissect what it takes to be a Boss Lady a ...
 
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Boss Ladies and Babies

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Boss Ladies and Babies

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Adventuring through motherhood, building our careers, and not losing our sh*t! Boss Ladies and Babies is a place for women to come together and find support for all things that come along with motherhood, business, and everything in between! You've found THE podcast for you when you need to feel less alone, commiserate, or laugh over relatable "hot mess moments". Tune in weekly for our Business BLAB minisodes, where we cover our favorite tools and tips to help you OWN your business, and for ...
 
Love, Sex, Business is a weekly podcast dedicated to sharing useful insights and valuable experiences regarding love, sex, health, wealth, and business. Hosted by Ayanna Williams-Jones and Nya Marshall, the Boss Ladies of Detroit, this podcast is dedicated to women looking to be bosses wherever they feel empowered. You doin‘ too much? Chances are you ain‘t doing enough! Produced by Vinnie Potestivo
 
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In this episode, Tisha shares how she has learned to trust God more. Trusting God is an easy thing to say you do, but when it actually comes to walking out this trust in your everyday life, it gets hard. Tisha talks about how she thought she was trusting God but really running from the spaces that actually require her to place her trust in a God th…
 
Heidi Hupe is the President & Chief Growth Officer of Nox Health, a one-stop, holistic solution helping to identify, address and resolve sleep issues across the globe. In this episode, we talk about career pivots and why they can be so beneficial, despite the fear that comes with them. Heidi shares advice on how to get on your first board, includin…
 
In this episode, Tisha returns after a two month summer break. She shares why she needed this break and what she has learned about herself during this time. Tisha also discusses her new found partnership with the Holy Spirit and how this podcast will be different this season. To join the private Facebook group EncourageHER: https://www.facebook.com…
 
LisaMarie Casey is an Entrepreneur & Angel Advisor, with over 35 years of execution expertise in strategic and management development in the information technology, entrepreneurial/startup and mid-size communities. In this episode, LisaMarie shares stories about the micro-aggressions she witnessed & dealt with as a woman working in a male dominated…
 
In this episode, Krystal shares her story of being a recovering alcoholic and how her story has helped her brand and her business yield over $200,000 within the first month of 2022. Krystal shares the most intimate moments of her life in her book "Your story, Your brand." She uses her book as a tool to encourage others who may be experiencing alcoh…
 
This is the last episode before maternity leave! We will be back in October, just in time to celebrate Boss Ladies and Babies 4th BIRTHDAY, and there will be a new member added to The Boss Ladies and Babies family!! KEY POINTS FROM THIS EPISODE: -The Thought Process Behind The Decision To Put The Show On Hold -Why Taking A Break Won't Crush Your Bu…
 
Dr. Wendy Suzuki is a Professor of Neural Science and Psychology in the Center for Neural Science at New York University and a celebrated international authority on neuroplasticity. She was recently named one of the top ten women changing the way we see the world by Good Housekeeping and regularly serves as a sought-after expert for publications in…
 
In this episode, Tisha spoke with Annita Morrison Bowden an entrepreneur and realtor about how she was able to create the life she loves. Anita has worked in the real estate industry for over 20 years. This episode did not disappoint. Annita shared so many gems!!! Whether you are in the real estate business or working a 9 to 5, Annita shares the to…
 
In this episode we are joined by a very very special guest who, if you’ve been a long time listener, you will definitely recognize! That’s right, former Boss Ladies and Babies co-host Mikki Flaherty joins us to give a life update! We dig into some fun ways to fill the long Summer days, and have a relatable conversation about why Summer can be so ha…
 
Lia Bartha is the founder of the exercise program B The Method, which is a mix of highly unique pilates-based, low-impact movements, with inspiration from dance and swimming, to strengthen, restore and protect the body. In this episode, Lia shares her career journey from the corporate world to creating B The Method, which boasts a community built o…
 
Today we are going to talk about something big... boundaries. With summer in full swing, it’s crucial that we understand our priorities, and get some boundaries in place for both life and business. Boundaries are the most important thing that we can do for ourselves and our businesses to stay sane, avoid overwhelm, and take complete control of our …
 
In this episode, Tisha shares how she's been able to collab and network with over 100 women via conferences, podcasts, masterclasses, FB/youtube/IG lives. Although she never strategically set out to build such a robust network, she's developed some skills that have made it possible. To ask questions or apply for a mortgage loan visit: https://lgray…
 
Are you ready to simplify your business and be more productive? Sounds like a dream, right? In this episode, we learn how to make that dream a reality with Megan Moran, 3rd generation mompreneur and owner of The Mompreneur Guide. Megan is a podcast host and Minimalist Business Strategist who is on a mission to help mom entrepreneurs simplify their …
 
Natalie McDonald is the Founder of Create NYC, a $27+ million annual revenue, global healthcare agency that serves the highly-regulated pharmaceutical industry. In this episode, Natalie shares why shared values are so important when creating a great team and company culture. She discusses the importance of having a team first mentality as well as s…
 
In this episode, Tisha shares an answer to a question she was asked, "Why are you trying to fix things that you didn't break?" Yes, at my heart's expense, I was trying to fix situations, relationships, etc that I did not break. And guess what? It wasn't working. Tisha shares what she learned and why she can no longer operate that way. To ask questi…
 
If I could share the one piece of advice that nearly every successful woman I look up to has told me, talked about, or taught, it would be time blocking. Now, time blocking is something that ya either love or hate. For some the idea of living their lives with daily structure is exciting, and for others, they loathe the idea of being changed to a ri…
 
This week we are switching it up a little thanks to Megan's cold and some scheduling issues! Tune in for an off the cuff, random, no plan chat with Megan keeping it real about what's been happening and what's to come in the next few months! KEY POINT FROM THIS EPISODE: -33 Week Bumpdate & Vulnerable Chat About Changes To The Birth Plan Of Baby #2 -…
 
Dawn Halkuff is the CEO of Ideal Protein, a company who’s mission is to empower people to achieve transformational, lasting weight loss and live healthier lives. In this episode, we talk about why positivity in the workplace is a strength. We discuss whether or not you should be using exclamation points in your emails. Dawn also shares of the impor…
 
In this episode, Tisha shares a challenging moment in her life. We all go through difficult seasons. It's not always easy to talk about them. Especially when they are financial seasons. No one wants to share how they have to borrow from Peter to pay Paul, and aren't sure how or if they will very be able to pay Peter back. lol But it happens and it'…
 
Did you hear the news? Boss Ladies and Babies is growing! In a few short weeks we will be welcoming our new baby boy! The Boss Ladies and Babies Podcast will be going on a short break starting July to spend some quality time soaking in baby snuggles and will be back in October (just in time to celebrate our 4th birthday!) We will miss you, but you …
 
Are you passionate about storytelling? Are you eager to start facing your fears? Dessy Levinson, CEO & Founder at Crate, shares her passion for storytelling and how it can help get venture capital dollars. She shares the recipe for creating a good story, including where to start. She explains why finding narratives of individuals who had to step up…
 
In this episode, Tawana Hobday an Educator for over 20 years, shares her struggle with self- love. As a child, she was often told that because of her darker skin complexion she was not pretty or attractive. As she grew, she begins to take on the views of others, which affect her perspective of herself. She tried several ways to masks or hide from t…
 
Summer is coming! And while I’m gearing up for maternity leave, many of you are likely gearing up for your kids to be home all summer long. I just got notice that my daughter’s preschool is closing an entire month early and not reopening next year, so that has been a fun plot twist… Summer is a time where we want to, and are sometimes forced to, sl…
 
We start this episode with a moment of silence for the victims and families of the horrific Robb Elementary School shooting that happened earlier this week. If you would like to take action now text ACT to 644-33 to join the millions of Americans demanding our lawmakers stand up to the gun lobby. Who could use a good laugh? Then this episode is for…
 
In this episode, Tiffany Bethea shares why writing the vision is an important part of our ability to succeed in life and business. She also shares why getting silent is so important to hear the plan of God for your life and business. And how her struggles with depression and suicide have propelled her to prioritizing her peace. Tiffany gives tips o…
 
We are shifting gears a little this week to talk about something that really does play a big part in our businesses, and sometimes we may not necessarily realize it. Mental health. Being an entrepreneur comes with all kinds of highs and some really low lows, and keeping our mental health in shape is really crucial for our success. Now, it is no sec…
 
May is Mental Health Awareness month, and this episode focuses on the importance of Maternal Mental Health. Our guest for this week is a wife & mama to 2 girls, a former first grade teacher from New Jersey, and a postpartum anxiety & depression survivor that is here to open up about the importance of maternal mental health and raising awareness for…
 
Gabrielle Boozer is the Chief Financial Officer at Schiavone Construction Co. LLC. In this episode, Gabrielle reminds us why it’s important to have something that’s yours, like your career. She shares her experience and strategies for working in a male dominated space, how to gain respect, why it’s good to admit when you’ve made a mistake and advic…
 
In this episode, Jessica shares her journey to real estate after being offered a layoff or a lower paying position in the public school system. Jessica successfully sold 1.5 million in houses her first year as a realtor, while most new realtors sell half that their first year. She shares the challenges she faced and how she was able to take a leap …
 
We all want to “have it all”... and a lot of times that comes with the feeling of needing to “do it all”. I want to let you in on a little secret… you cannot do it all. There is no reality where we can sustainably keep up with doing it all… I’m sorry, but it’s the cold hard truth. Burn out is inevitable, resentment for our lives and the people arou…
 
Since we are celebrating the month of the mama, it felt like a great time to share a little more about my personal motherhood experience. Especially since I'm getting ready to welcome baby #2 in a few months. I break down how it felt becoming a mom for the first time, how I've changed and evolved in the process, and how I'm (really) feeling about b…
 
Meymuna Hussein-Cattan is the Founder and Executive Director at The Tiyya Foundation, which creates communities of support and organizes access to economic opportunities and critical resources for immigrants, refugees, and displaced indigenous communities. She is also the Founder of Flavors from Afar, which is focused on serving bright ingredients …
 
In this episode, Tisha continues her conversation from episode 151 about what she has learned during her PIVOT. On this episode she focuses on how important what we say is. What we say to ourselves, others, and over our situation. The best way to combat fear, uncertainty, doubt and insecurity is to speak the words of truth. There is power in YOUR w…
 
Momprenuership… is not for the faint of heart, am I right? Whether you’re in the trenches, like me with littles at home every day, or you’re realizing summer is a month away and the kids will soon be home every day… we have to get creative with finding ways to keep our business going. Working and running a business with your children at home can fe…
 
Happy Mother's Day, Boss Ladies! Our annual Mother's Day episode is my favorite episode of the year!!! I have prepared a collection of birth stories from the women of the Boss Ladies and Babies community to celebrate, inspire, and remind every one how strong mothers really are! Hearing other birth stories is a beautiful way to celebrate our day, so…
 
May is the month of the mama!!! It’s time to celebrate us and the hard work we put in everyday for our children, our families, our businesses, all of it! This month we are going to be focusing on ways to take care of our mental health, enjoy the fruits of our labor, and continue to build the businesses of our dreams without sacrificing our motherho…
 
In this live episode, Joanne shares why pursuing purpose is important. What it looks like to pursue purpose and the insight she has gained throughout her own journey that now allows her to help others. This podcast was recorded live so we get to hear the real life impact this conversation had on one of the THrive Hive Members. To be a part of the T…
 
April is coming to an end, and so is our month of Spring Cleaning your business. For the last episode of the month, we are diving into Email Funnels with Allison Hardy, Email Funnels and Lead Generation Coach. Allison helps busy mompreneurs sell more of their programs on autopilot so that they can live more of their life… and we love that around he…
 
Margo Lang is the Vice President, People & Organization (HR) Strategy at Sony Pictures Entertainment. In this episode, Margo shares why failure is so important and how we can use it to redefine success. Margo talks about her role in HR, why she feels HR is one of the best career paths, how to get started in HR and what the last two years have been …
 
In this episode, Tisha shares a personal situation that challenged her to operate in forgiveness. She shares the details of how the conversation went and the power that living a life with forgiveness offers. To listen to the full series on forgiveness check out episodes 177, 178 & 179. Her hope is that these episodes help you live your best life. -…
 
One of the biggest things many mompreneurs struggle with is creating content. It takes a lot of time, and without a solid plan and strategy in place, can feel really overwhelming and disorganized. The good news is that it doesn't have to be that way! Today we are going to be talking about a few simple steps you can do to make content creation go fr…
 
This one is for the pregnant ladies, pregnant CEOs to be more specific! Today we are joined by Kylie Kelly, an Australian mama of two, maternity leave coach, and podcast host of This Mama Means Business, to talk all things cleaning up your business to prepare for maternity leave! Kylie helps pregnant entrepreneurs plan and fund their own maternity …
 
Tingting Turski is the Product Lead for the Cash App at Square. Square builds common business tools in unconventional ways so more people can start, run, and grow their businesses. In this episode, she shares strategies for being a good manager, including adapting your management style and checking in on a more personal level. We spoke about what m…
 
In this episode, Tisha continues her series on forgiveness. She shares how she is learning to live intentionally with forgiveness as a lifestyle. One of the hardest things she has had to overcome was moving forward even if she did not get an apology or an acknowledgment of the wrong. Tisha talks about how she realized that an apology is NOT a neces…
 
This month we are focusing on cleaning up our businesses… or as I like to call it Spring Cleaning Your Business! One of the biggest thing that has helped me clean up my business is getting some solid SOPs in place. You’ve heard me talk about these before, but you may still be wondering “what even is an SOP”... don’t worry, I’m about to break it dow…
 
This month we are spring cleaning our businesses! And what better way to get things tidy than putting some systems in place! Taryn Rachelle, CEO & founder of The Social Lifestyle Co., helps service providers create elevated systems that give them time back into their day and create an unmatched experience for their clients. And she shares it all! A…
 
Jenifer Herrmann is the EVP, Marketing, New Business Development at Evergreen Trading, a media investment agency that works with businesses in every industry to provide financial resilience and sustainable solutions. Formerly, Jenifer was Senior Manager of Global Marketing Partnerships for the NBA. In this episode, Jenifer shares her wisdom on why …
 
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