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Podcast #172 // Kristy Rodriguez on Pure Nurture

It’s an honor to have my friend, Kristy Rodriguez, on the show today! Kristy and I met through our local mom’s group; I loved her message when I met her, and I love how she’s developed her company, Pure Nurture.

Kristy S. Rodriguez, pre- and postnatal wellness expert and advocate, is the owner and founder of Pure Nurture, LLC, a business devoted to educating and inspiring women to nurture and nourish themselves through pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum period. As a Holistic Health Coach and Registered Yoga Teacher specializing in pre- and postnatal wellness, Kristy works with individual clients, as well as teaching classes and workshops, both in person and online.

Her passion for prenatal health and wellness began while she was pregnant with her first daughter. After giving birth to her second daughter, she decided to dedicate her work to supporting women who are pregnant or trying to get pregnant, as well as mothers of newborns. With her cumulated years of experience in education and health, she brings extensive knowledge, personal experience, and deep compassion to her students. In a supportive, non-judgmental way, Kristy helps her clients and students live healthier, happier, more energetic lives.

In this show, we talk about her first book, Pure Nurture, a short and sweet guide for moms-to-be on how to nurture themselves during their pregnancies. We talked all about our pregnancies, guilt, and why it’s so important to nurture ourselves.

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Podcast #171 // Renee Swope on Craving Connection

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I love talking about connection, so this episode with Renee Swope is one of my favorites! Renee, along with several other {in}courage writers wrote a book titled, Craving Connection: 30 Challenges for Real Life Engagement.

In this episode Renee opens up and talks about how sharing her challenges and opening up about her struggles helped her create deep connections with other women. Renee gets real about how she’s been able to create meaningful connections after she’s shown up authentically with other women. We also talk about investing in our friends and becoming the friend we wish we had.

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Podcast #170 // Wendy Sachs on being Fearless and Free

I LOVED this conversation with Wendy Sachs! We had the best real talk about motherhood, careers, and faking it until we make it.

Wendy  is a master of the career pivot. An Emmy-award winning TV news producer, Wendy has worked at Dateline, NBC, Fox, and CNN. She was also a Capitol Hill press secretary and editor-in-chief of Care.com. We are in the midst of a wild job market. Technology has disrupted nearly every industry, blowing up many careers, but creating millions more. Many women feel forced to pivot to stay relevant or may be struggling to get back into the workforce after taking time off to raise kids.

In this episode, we talk about staying relevant, keeping one foot in our careers, and lots more lessons that can help all women in all stages of their careers succeed.
Fearless and Free empowers women with successful lessons from Silicon Valley that can help us pivot in any career. Wendy and I talked about facing fears, roadblocks, and failures to reinvent themselves. The book weaves their insights and experiences together with current research and actionable advice.

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Podcast #169 // Michelle Knight on BrandMerry

Today’s guest is Michelle Knight, a branding and business coach of the company, Brandmerry. Michelle is all about creating a life of freedom and choice, and she teaches other women to do the same.

On the show, Michelle shares a personal story about her brother’s cancer diagnosis and death that led her to alter the course of her life. She got married, had a baby, and left her 9-5 job to pursue her own work. She shares how she did it and her advice for others who are interested in a change.

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Podcast #168 // Caroline Greene on Having the Audacity to Define Your Success

Caroline Greene is a recovering lawyer, chronic overachiever, and passionate truth-teller. She’s also a two-time Amazon best-selling author and coach who helps women redefine success on their own terms so that they can build lives that truly matter to them.

In this episode, we talked about how to find success that truly satisfies us, moving through those fears that pop up as we work into success, and facing our callings with courage.

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Podcast #167 // Heidi Kelly on Creating HKelly designs

Heidi Kelly joins me on the podcast today to chat about how she created her handbag business, HK Designs. Heidi is a breast cancer survivor, undergoing treatment for cancer while building her business. She shares how and why she built her business while receiving treatment. We also talked about the challenges of entrepreneurship and Heidi’s tips and advice on using Facebook and Instagram to grow a business and using a FB group. Here’s her Indy Fashion Collective Group. And use the code sbdeal for $10 off $20 or more purchase, good through 3/23/17.

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