The Same 24 Hours
217: Lauren Zander Instagram Live 4/21 with @SwimBikeMom

217: Lauren Zander Instagram Live 4/21 with @SwimBikeMom

May 23, 2020

Listener Warning: Naughty Words Exist. We use them.

The audio of the 4/21 Instagram LIVE with Lauren Zander of the Handel Group. Yes, it's a little scratchy - but I have a full disclosure on this one.  The content with Lauren is just too good to miss out.

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216: Latoya Shauntay Snell: Running, Racism, and the Call to LISTEN

216: Latoya Shauntay Snell: Running, Racism, and the Call to LISTEN

May 19, 2020

I asked Latoya to come on the podcast to talk about running and body image, sure. BUT I really wanted to talk about racism. As a woman who has enjoyed not only privilege in traditional sense, but white privilege, I want to listen. I want to understand. I really wanted to talk about Ahmaud Arbery and the things that have been happening in our country that white people don't understand, can't understand. That I contend that we SHOULD try to LISTEN, LEARN and really HEAR.

I knew that she was not a voice for "all black people," but I do know that I wanted to hear her perspective, as a black woman. I wanted to LISTEN.  

This is one of the most powerful conversations ever on the podcast. We got honest, real and I am grateful she was so open with me and my audience. Onward to more LISTENING.

Thank you, Latoya. 

Follow Latoya:

Website:  https://runningfatchef.com 

Instagram:   https://www.instagram.com/iamlshauntay 

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215: Lauren McGoodwin: Power Moves & Career Contessa

215: Lauren McGoodwin: Power Moves & Career Contessa

May 17, 2020

Lauren founded Career Contessa in 2013 after experiencing a gap in career development resources for women who might be job searching, soul searching, leading and managing, or trying to find new ways to advance within their careers. With women accounting for more than 50% of the workforce and the workforce being less defined than ever before, it seemed crazy (and outdated) that a resource for us didn't exist. 

Formerly, Lauren was a University Recruiter for Hulu focused on hiring, employer branding, and program management. Lauren has a Bachelors in Education from the University of Oregon and a Masters in Communication Management from the University of Southern California where she wrote her thesis on millennials and career resources.

When not Contessa-ing, you can find Lauren walking so she meets her 10,000 steps/day goal in Redondo Beach, CA where she lives with her husband.

BUY THE BOOK:

Power Moves: https://powermovesbook.com/

Follow Lauren:

Website:   https://www.careercontessa.com/

Instagram:   https://www.instagram.com/careercontessa 

Podcast:  https://www.careercontessa.com/podcast/

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214: Candy O’Terry: Boston’s Most Loved Radio Voice & 16 Life Lessons

214: Candy O’Terry: Boston’s Most Loved Radio Voice & 16 Life Lessons

May 16, 2020

There are only a few women in Boston whose voices are as recognizable as Candy O'Terry's.  The 2015 Massachusetts Broadcaster of the Year spent 25 years on Magic 106.7 where she created the Exceptional Women Show and spent her days connecting with listeners in an authentic, memorable way. A lifelong singer, Candy’s full- length CD Dream Come True includes songs heard around the world. She’s also no stranger to TV having served as the center judge for seven seasons on the Emmy Award winning TV talent show Community Audition. 

The Founder of My Dove Productions, Candy is a thoughtful content creator whose lens is focused on women doing great things with their lives.  She is the host of the weekly podcast series The Story Behind Her Success, 16 Life Lessons, an inspiring collection of photos and mantras for women of all ages and Candy Dish: bite sized pieces of wisdom. The Co-Founder of Boston Women in Media & Entertainment, Candy is the recipient of 48 local and national awards for excellence in women’s programming. 

Born in New York City and raised in Connecticut, Candy came to Boston as a 1 meter diving champion for Boston College.  A highly sought after public speaker, emcee, moderator, endorser and broadcast talent, Candy has never met a microphone she didn’t love!  She shares her communications skillset in the new podcast series The Speaker Coach set to debut in spring 2020.

Candy’s mission? To spread inspiring stories all around the world. 

Download her 16 Life Lessons Here

Follow Candy:

Website: https://www.candyoterry.com/

Instagram: https://instagram.com/candyoterry 

Podcast: https://www.candyoterry.com/podcast 

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213: Jen Hatmaker: Fierce, Free and Full of Fire

213: Jen Hatmaker: Fierce, Free and Full of Fire

May 11, 2020

Jen Hatmaker joined my community for a LIVE recording of the podcast via Zoom. We covered all the bases, y'all. From body image to the Enneagram (Jen's a 3, I'm an 8), to "the truth will set you free" and how The King's Daughters often present the biggest challenges. We talk grace, forgiveness, self-awareness; criticism and pain; community and finding new friendships. Two powerful questions from audience members, Kimberlea and Rebekah, round off the show. 

Jen writes: "I believe women living in freedom are the answer to all that ails society. When we are exactly who we are, how we are, where we are, as we were always meant to be, women are the greatest gifts to this world. My whole life’s work is to serve women as they genuinely show up for their own lives. We need not fear the truth, or hard questions, or spiritual curiosity, or challenging unjust systems; that is literally why we are here... You are beloved and necessary and good."

A special thanks to Jen for her time, grace, wisdom... and all of her fierceness that is giving women a voice and a space to be heard. 

Follow Jen Hatmaker:

Website: https://jenhatmaker.com 

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Her Podcast: For the Love

https://pod.link/1258388821

 

Buy Jen's New Book: Fierce, Free and Full of Fire

https://jenhatmaker.com/books/fierce-free-and-full-of-fire/

 

Jen's Book Club

https://www.jenhatmakerbookclub.com/checkout-primary-offer

 

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212: Dr. Howard Wetsman: On Ending Addiction in America

212: Dr. Howard Wetsman: On Ending Addiction in America

May 4, 2020

Howard Wetsman, MD is an Addiction Psychiatrist who has pioneered the treatment of addiction as a primary complex biological illness regardless of reward involved. He has been using genetics to guide the treatment of patients for over 10 years in various capacities.

He currently blogs at genedsystems.com and medium.com and has a web series on YouTube called Ending Addiction.

Follow Dr. Howard Wetsman:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/addictiondocMD 

Website: https://genedsystems.com/ 

Medium: https://medium.com/@addictiondocMD 

“The drug isn’t the agent that causes addiction”- Dr. Howard Wetsman

Top takeaways:

  • Why addiction should be classified as an illness.
  • The role of dopamine in accelerating and decelerating addiction.
  • Why drugs aren’t the cause of addiction.
  • The genetic components that affect addiction levels.

Key Moments:

  • [1:28] What did Dr. Howard learn in medical school about alcoholism?
  • [4:00] Why he uses the term illness when defining addiction.
  • [6:13] The story of addiction and where it began in America.
  • [8:14] The power of chemical dopamine release, its functions, and how its contribution to addiction.
  • [16:04] Dr. Howard’s mission of making addiction not a problem in America since there’s no sophisticated medicine for the illness.
  • [20:37] How he made a solution for addiction and why he believes nobody cares about it.
  • [23:22] He shares his views on ASAM’s decision of coming up with another definition of addiction.
  • [27:30] Why we need to work on our attachment on drugs and not the drug itself.
  • [32:21] He explains the genetic component that affects dopamine which in turn affects addiction.
  • [39:53] Do drugs really cause addiction?
  • [43:07] Why cocaine in itself doesn’t release dopamine.

 

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