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WANTcast: The Women Against Negative Talk Podcast

Welcome to the WANTcast: The Women Against Talk Podcast -lessons in moving forward fearlessly and spreading the (good) word. In each episode, writer, speaker, coach and WANT founder Katie Horwitch unpacks tips, tools, motivation and inspiration to help you shift your self-talk, the internal narrative you have on loop 24/7 that tells you who you are and who you should be. You can't change the world until you change YOUR world, first - and shifting your self-talk is where it all begins. Dive into topics such as confidence, fear, trust, body image, self-doubt, self-worth, relationships, career, friendships, social issues, and more - and walk away from each episode with hyper-actionable steps to shift your narrative from reactive to proactive (as well as inspiration to keep going when the going gets tough). The goal isn't to change who you are - it's to BECOME who you know you're meant to be. Get the show notes + more at womenagainstnegativetalk.com
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Dec 13, 2019

You've probably heard the phrase "consistency is key" - in business, in marketing, in fitness, in habit-forming. Consistency is basically the golden ticket to any and all kinds of success. Or is it?

This episode breaks down an alternate view on consistency, and is for those people who feel defeated when things aren't going according to plan or they're thrown off their game (we reference seasonality - but this is an episode to bookmark no matter what time of year).


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SHOW NOTES:
Website
Instagram
Leave a review on iTunes!
Subscribe to The (Good) Word, delivered to your inbox on or around the 1st and 15th of each month

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This episode is in support of Together Rising. Together Rising transforms collective heartbreak into effective action. Since 2012, Together Rising has raised over 2o million dollars, and 100% of what Together Rising receives from every personal donation goes directly to an individual, family, or cause in need. Together Rising identifies what is breaking the hearts of their givers, and connect the givers’ generosity with the people and organizations who are effectively addressing that critical need. To learn more, visit Together Rising’s website or follow them on Instagram.

Nov 27, 2019

'Tis the season...for complicated family dynamics! In this super short, super digestible solo episode, we'll dive into how to set some simple mindful boundaries with your family, through the holidays and beyond. We'll talk about how to manage negative talk around the table, redirecting tough conversations, and how to be yourself when you feel like you need to play the role of someone else.

 

 

SHOW NOTES:
Website
Instagram
Leave a review on iTunes
Subscribe to The (Good) Word, delivered to your inbox on or around the 1st and 15th of each month

 

This episode is in support of Together Rising. Together Rising transforms collective heartbreak into effective action. Since 2012, Together Rising has raised over 2o million dollars, and 100% of what Together Rising receives from every personal donation goes directly to an individual, family, or cause in need. Together Rising identifies what is breaking the hearts of their givers, and connect the givers’ generosity with the people and organizations who are effectively addressing that critical need. To learn more, visit Together Rising’s website or follow them on Instagram.

Nov 15, 2019

Forget about F-bombs or the S-word...today we're talking the REAL curse words that are causing us lasting harm. In this super-pragmatic yet personal episode, we'll dive into why it is the words we use matter SO much, tackle what I call E.H.W.'s, and you'll walk away with actual steps to censor these words in your life so they stop holding you back.

No words are inherently bad or good, but the three words in this episode are your new must-shifts. Consider them the New Wave Curse Words.

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SHOW NOTES:
Website
Instagram
Leave a review on iTunes
Subscribe to The (Good) Word, delivered to your inbox on or around the 1st and 15th of each month

 

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This episode is in support of Together Rising. Together Rising transforms collective heartbreak into effective action. Since 2012, Together Rising has raised over 2o million dollars, and 100% of what Together Rising receives from every personal donation goes directly to an individual, family, or cause in need. Together Rising identifies what is breaking the hearts of their givers, and connect the givers’ generosity with the people and organizations who are effectively addressing that critical need. To learn more, visit Together Rising's website or follow them on Instagram.

 

Nov 1, 2019

Today's episode is all about navigating the complications of grief - your own grief, the grief of a loved one, caretaking as a millennial, and so much more.

Vivian Nunez is a NYC-based writer, content creator, and the founder of Too Damn Young, an online community and resource site for grieving young adults. Vivian uses her content and Instagram to put words out into the universe that make people feel less alone as they navigate mental health realities, grief, and learning to find happy, new normals. Vivian has spoken with the United Nations and has been featured by Instagram, and on platforms like Forbes, Mic, and Well+Good.

SHOW NOTES:
Too Damn Young
Instagram
Vivian on Instagram
Option B
Modern Loss
Sorry For Your Loss


This episode is in support of Together Rising. Together Rising transforms collective heartbreak into effective action. Since 2012, Together Rising has raised over 2o million dollars, and 100% of what Together Rising receives from every personal donation goes directly to an individual, family, or cause in need. Together Rising identifies what is breaking the hearts of their givers, and connect the givers’ generosity with the people and organizations who are effectively addressing that critical need. To learn more, visit Together Rising's website or follow them on Instagram.

Oct 25, 2019

We live in a culture of over-apologizers. But sometimes you screw up – majorly. Maybe it’s a missed deadline. Maybe you forget about important plans. Maybe you sleep through your alarm clock or lose a pair of borrowed earrings or think it’s Sunday when it’s actually Monday. Or maybe it’s worse.


Whatever the case, you’re deeply sorry – yet don’t know how to accurately portray how sincere you really are without coming across as flippant, disingenuous, or just another sorry-monster. Here’s what I’ve learned when it comes to how to say sorry, for those of us who get hit the deepest by our own mistakes and want to make our apologies last longer than just five little letters.

 


SHOW NOTES:
Website
Instagram
Liked this episode and want more? Read it here.

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Oct 11, 2019

Seane Corn is an internationally acclaimed yoga teacher and public speaker known for her social activism, impassioned style of teaching, and raw, honest and inspired self-expression. Featured on over 40 magazine covers and countless media outlets, Seane has chosen to use her platform to bring awareness to global issues including social justice, sex trafficking, HIV/AIDS awareness, generational poverty, and animal rights. Seane is the co-founder of Off the Mat, Into the World (OTM), which trains thousands of leaders in conscious activism worldwide, and its offshoot, the Global Seva Challenge, which has raised over 3.5 million dollars for service programs in Cambodia, South Africa, Uganda, Haiti, India, Ecuador, and Kenya. Her first book, Revolution of the Soul:  Awaken to Love, Through Raw Truth, Radical Healing, and Conscious Action was published in Fall 2019, and it is what it says: a REVOLUTION.


In this episode Seane and I talk about dismantling deeply-engrained systems within ourselves and our society, the dark side of yoga, the nuances of "God" and "spirituality," competition and judgement in what are supposed to be the most non-judgmental of spaces, and SO much more. This episode is a call-to-action for anyone who is brave enough to do the challenging, meaningful, profound work needed to make a difference in the world.

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SHOW NOTES:
• Revolution Of The Soul 
• seanecorn.com 
• Off The Mat, Into The World

Sep 27, 2019

On this solo episode of the WANTcast, we dive into the concept of “Emotional DNA,” navigating the moments in life that aren’t quite good but aren’t quite bad (the grey area we talk about so often here on the WANTcast), and, most notably, managing transitional moments when you literally cannot imagine what’s next.

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SHOW NOTES:
Website
Instagram
Judy Wilkens-Smith


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THIS EPISODE IS IN SUPPORT OF:

Too Damn Young
Instagram
toodamnyoung.com

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Sep 13, 2019

In this episode, we answer the question: what happens when you keep applying for jobs and going for opportunities, but you never get them? What happens when you get so close, but don't land the gig? How can you stop feeling like you're goop, but not good enough?


Helping out with today's episode is Angela Leigh, a mentor, coach, and leader in the fitness and wellness industry. Angela Leigh is the ultimate teacher's teacher and leader's leader.

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SHOW NOTES:
Pureleighliving.com
Angela's Instagram
Subscribe to The (Good) Word, WANT's bi-monthly email love letter

Sep 6, 2019

Without Summer vacations and required reading, it can be hard as an adult to draw the line between where Summer ends and Fall begins. Because although we’d love to have an endless summer…and although the first day of Autumn isn’t technically until September 23rd…we can all feel a shift happen the moment Labor Day weekend comes to a close. It’s “back to the grind” – even though most of us have been grinding all year long.


This timely Season Premiere of the WANTcast is here to help you make the most of this time, right here and now. Because while January usually gets all the attention when it comes to resolutions, I’d like to argue that September holds just as much promise as the 01/01 mark.

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THIS EPISODE IS IN SUPPORT OF:
Too Damn Young
Instagram
toodamnyoung.com

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Subscribe to The (Good) Word, delivered to your inbox on or around the 1st and 15th of each month

Jun 7, 2019

In today's SEASON FINALE, two listeners ask about finding confidence and self-love again, and finding positive communities when all people want to do is bond over negativity. There's a common theme in the answers to both of these - and it has to do with how you become the first-best version of yourself instead of the second-best version of someone else.

 

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**This is the SEASON FINALE of Season 4! Thank you so much for helping the WANTcast grow and evolve over the last almost-four years. We'll be taking a break over the summer and coming back stronger than ever in August with Season Five.**

 

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SHOW NOTES:
• Sign up for The (Good) Word, our monthly email digest
• Check out She’s The First, this season’s spotlight
 Let’s be friends on Instagram!

 

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May 24, 2019

What happens when you feel a "calling" to change things up...but everything is going just fine? What if you're doubting a choice is the right one to make...but you don't have proof as to why?


In today's episode of the WANTcast, a listener asks if she should follow her gut and change everything, even though life is great. I share some insight into my move to NYC after a lifetime in Los Angeles, plus a few big, get-honest-with-yourself questions to ask yourself when facing major change of ANY kind.

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SHOW NOTES:

• Sign up for The (Good) Word, our monthly email digest
• Check out She’s The First, this season’s spotlight
 Let’s be friends on Instagram!

 

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May 20, 2019

Jennifer Pastiloff’s debut memoir, On Being Human, is set to release on June 4th, and it’s already getting massively well-deserved buzz. Centered around the touchstone stories Jen tells in her popular workshops, On Being Human is the story of how a starved person grew into the exuberant woman she was meant to be all along by battling the demons within and winning. It’s about how years of waitressing taught her to seek out unexpected beauty, how deafness taught her to listen fiercely, how being vulnerable allowed her to find love, and how imperfections can lead to a life full of wild happiness. The world is about to watch her explode. And so, before they do, I wanted to give you all a chance to meet her, so you too can say you knew her “way back when.”


In this episode we talk about navigating trauma and grief (especially from unexpected death), feeling worth and building confidence when all you feel is worthless, and shifting from a mindset of expecting to be disappointed to expecting to be delighted.

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SHOW NOTES:
 To preorder On Being Human, click here.
 Follow Jen on: Instagram Facebook Twitter and at @NoBullshitMotherhood and @GPowerYouAreEnough
Website
• Lidia Yuknivitch
• Attend a retreat 

• Sign up for The (Good) Word, our monthly email digest
• Check out She’s The First, this season’s spotlight
 Let’s be friends on Instagram!

 

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May 10, 2019

Getting a "gut feeling" can be your intuition kicking in...or a case of being triggered. And if you're a naturally super-intuitive and "tuned in" person, it can be even more difficult than normal to tell the difference. Make sure you know which is which before you make a choice you might not feel so great about after the fact.

 

SHOW NOTES:
• Come play at the Empowered Voice conference
 in September
• Sign up for The (Good) Word
, our monthly email digest
• Check out She’s The First, this season’s spotlight
 Let’s be friends on Instagram!



Like this episode? Take a screenshot + share on social, leave a review on iTunes, share it on Facebook, tweet it out on Twitter, or post it on Instagram. Be sure to use the hashtags #WANTcast and #womenagainstnegativetalk!

May 3, 2019

Ever feel like you don't have enough time to make your mark? Feel like technology (or maybe just other people) are more in control of your life's story than you are? In this solo episode, I talk about my latest "a-has" about making meaning and leaving your legacy - and hopefully, it'll give you some of your own a-ha moments too.



SHOW NOTES:
Come play at the Empowered Voice conference
in September
• Sign up for The (Good) Word
, our monthly email digest
• Check out She’s The First, this season’s spotlight
 Let’s be friends on Instagram!
Want a written version of this episode to look back on and take notes? Here you go.



Like this episode? Take a screenshot + share on social, leave a review on iTunes, share it on Facebook, tweet it out on Twitter, or post it on Instagram. Be sure to use the hashtags #WANTcast and #womenagainstnegativetalk!

Apr 28, 2019

Today's guest is a leading voice in the wellness industry that champions the kind of wellness we should all be striving for: the kind that's got a BACKBONE. Liz Moody is a writer, editor, host of the Healthier Together podcast, recipe developer, and the author of two healthy cookbooks: Healthier Together and Glow Pops. She's a fierce advocate for mental health and emotional intelligence, a fiction enthusiast who encourages you to not only embrace the power of your imagination but also experience stories that AREN'T like your own, and a firm believer that community and connection are at the heart of living a life that's truly lived well.


In this episode we tackle mental health and how anxiety might show up for you, chasing your dreams, nurturing healthy relationships, why community is an integral part of wellness, what it actually means to "live your best life," real vs pseudo inspiration on the internet and beyond, and more.



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SHOW NOTES:
LizMoody.com
• Buy Healthier Together
• Buy Glow Pops
• Healthier Together podcast
• Esther Perel
• Onsite
• Minimalist Baker
Connect @lizmoody on Instagram



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• Sign up for The (Good) Word, our monthly email digest
• Check out She's The First, this season's spotlight
Let's be friends on Instagram!



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Apr 12, 2019

Last week was about Goodness Overwhelm - this follow-up is about the other end of the spectrum. You can be a pro at shifting your self-talk when life is going pretty well overall. But what happens when the you-know-what hits the fan...and it keeps hitting the fan? What happens when you’re in major need of a WIN, and that win just isn’t coming your way? In this episode, we talk about five powerful strategies to use when life won’t let up.

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SHOW NOTES:

• Instagram Bully post
• Lynn Chen on the WANTcast
• Sign up for The (Good) Word
, our monthly email digest
•Check out She's The First, this season's spotlight
• Let's be friends on Instagram!



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Like this episode? Take a screenshot + share on social, leave a review on iTunes, share it on Facebook, tweet it out on Twitter, or post it on Instagram. Be sure to use the hashtags #WANTcast and #womenagainstnegativetalk!

Apr 5, 2019

It’s really easy to talk about being overwhelmed when you’re overwhelmed by hard things – but it’s harder to talk about overwhelm when all things are GOOD.



When left unchecked, our first response to Goodness-Overwhelm can be to complain or self-sabotage to subconsciously “balance things out”  (kind of like how we hold ourselves back when we think we’re only allowed to have one “thing” we’re good at…). You might even feel selfish or guilty about being overwhelmed in the first place. If I can’t handle the good, am I even WORTHY of it?



If you’re feeling overwhelmed, especially if the things making you overwhelmed are GOOD things, here are six simple strategies – three internal, three external – to help you proactively persevere through whatever whirlwind you’re facing.




SHOW NOTES:
Ghost Worries
Sign up for The (Good) Word, our monthly email digest
Check out She's The First, this season's spotlight
Let's be friends on Instagram!

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Mar 29, 2019

IN THIS EPISODE, we talk about how Fay's method, The Lucid Body, is really human training disguised as acting training, developing compassion in the face of turmoil and trauma, the "shadow" and working with it, how chakras apply to everyone (actors and otherwise!) way more practically than their woo-woo associations imply, how to forgive and develop compassion and why it's essential, and SO MUCH MORE.

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Fay Simpson is a celebrated and visionary artistic director, acting teacher, and the founder of The Lucid Body. Informed by her 20-year career in dance and theatre, Fay created The Lucid Body as a process of introspection, exertion, and mental challenge which empowers actors to express their fullest potential. She conducts private classes and training workshops for other teachers at her Manhattan studio, The Lucid Body House. She is currently writing the 2nd edition of her book The Lucid Body; A Guide for the Physical Actor which has been hailed as “one of the ten most essential books for the actor.”

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An award-winning performer and writer, Fay is currently an Associate Arts Professor in the NYU Tisch Graduate Acting Program, Fay has taught at The Yale School of Drama, The New School, Michael Howard Studios, The Studio/NY, Marymount Manhattan College, and the Actor’s Center. She is also the Artistic Director of the not-for-profit Impact Theatre, which she co-founded in 1990 as a collective of physical theatre artists devising work with a social bite.

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Show notes:

Website

The Lucid Body

Buy the book

Impact Theatre

Monthly performance salons

Drop-in classes in NYC

Online intro class

Three-week The Lucid Body intensive in Bali (co-led by Fay)

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This episode is sponsored by Let [A Podcast] Out. Wanna start your own podcast but don’t know where to begin? Let [A Podcast] Out is a comprehensive workshop for anyone looking to host, produce, and launch a podcast of their own. This 8 module workshop is designed to answer every question you have about podcasting. Former WANTcast guest Katie Dalebout is the OG of podcasting and the person I go to when I’m feeling lost or alone in this crazy podcasting world. Her goal is to make the whole pod process easier to navigate, and to help you dial down the logistics so you can focus on crafting the best content.

 

Head over to LetAPodcastOut.club and Use code WANT for $25 off the course.

 

Mar 15, 2019

Christen is a feminist, an activist, a self-defense instructor, and co-founder of She’s the First, a non-profit that fights gender inequality through education.
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She's the First began as a grassroots movement in 2009, and has since grown into a worldwide movement with programs in 21 countries. STF partners with local organizations to support programming for girls, including training and grants for capacity building; the organization also trains students on more than 200 high schools and universities in 10 countries to be gender activists.
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Christen has spearheaded change by leading focus groups on uncovering reasons for high drop-out rates in West Africa, creating a framework for understanding community priorities in rural Nepal, and consulting on pregnancy policies in Uganda. Above all else, Christen works to ensure that girls' voices are heard first. 
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In this episode, we talk about how to find your change-making sweet spot and direction, the power of providing education, examining privilege and using it for good, misconceptions around how to make an impact (I learned a new word: voluntourism!) and so much more.


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SHOW NOTES:
She's The First
STF on Instagram
Christen's website
@cjbrandt on Instagram
@cjbrandt on Twitter
@nowhitesaviors on Instagram
The Center for Anti-Violence Education


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This episode is sponsored by Let [A Podcast] Out. Wanna start your own podcast but don’t know where to begin? Let [A Podcast] Out is a comprehensive workshop for anyone looking to host, produce, and launch a podcast of their own. This 8 module workshop is designed to answer every question you have about podcasting. Former WANTcast guest Katie Dalebout is the OG of podcasting and the person I go to when I’m feeling lost or alone in this crazy podcasting world. Her goal is to make the whole pod process easier to navigate, and to help you dial down the logistics so you can focus on crafting the best content.

Head over to LetAPodcastOut.club and Use code WANT for $25 off the course.

Mar 8, 2019

Friendship, just like any relationship, is a risk. Will they like me? Will I fit in? And while certain aspects of adulthood make friend-finding more challenging, there's a self-awareness we have as adults that lends itself to some of the most important, fulfilling connections of our lives. That self-awareness can also be our biggest enemy.



In today's episode, we talk about finding female friends that are your SOUL friends, and finding communities in which you feel like you truly BELONG. What holds us back from being in the types of communities and friendships we long for, and how to take steps to create the kinds of bonds that are fulfilling, rich, and real.



SHOW NOTES:
New York Times article - Why Is It Hard To Make Friends Over 30?
WSJ article - The Science Of Making Friends
WANT post - It's Not About The Bestie
Sign up for The (Good) Word, our monthly email digest
Check out She's The First, this season's spotlight
Let's be friends on Instagram!



Like this episode? Take a screenshot + share on social, leave a review on iTunes, share it on Facebook, tweet it out on Twitter, or post it on Instagram. Be sure to use the hashtags #WANTcast and #womenagainstnegativetalk!

Mar 1, 2019

Orthorexia nervosa is a sickly ironic twist on healthy eating, a laugh in the face of nutrition facts. It’s what used to be called an EDNOS: Eating Disorder Not Specified. The term “orthorexia” was coined circa 1997 by a doctor who suffered from the condition himself: there was no name for this condition, therefore there was no research. And since there was no research, it was just deemed a vague, disordered set of habits. Still, 20 years later, the information about Orthorexia out in the world – and by the world, meaning The Internet, of course – is mostly the same words regurgitated over and over. Speculation. Haziness. 




The worst part? Orthorexia is still not recognized by some doctors as a “real” eating disorder.



I mean, what?




Isn’t any form of an eating disorder a “real” eating disorder?

Orthorexia and other EDsNOS don’t always result in extreme weight loss. For me, it did. But even in my healing process, my weight fluctuated up and down – it was never a true indication of whether I’d moved forward or not.





So how do you know that you or a loved one might be on the orthorexic path – or developing disordered eating habits? Here’s some signs you might need to intervene, and some things that worked for me when I was at my all-time low and decided I’d had enough.





SHOW NOTES:

The Recovery Myth on WANT
NEDA 
National Alliances On Mental Illnesses





Like this episode? Leave a review on iTunes, share it on Facebook, tweet it out on Twitter, or post it on Instagram. Be sure to use the hashtags #WANTcast, #womenagainstnegativetalk, and/or #WANTyourself!





Today’s episode is sponsored by Marie Forleo’s B-School, an 8-week online course for creative entrepreneurs that gives you the tools, strategies, clarity, and guidance to create the business you’ve always wanted to see in the world. Sign up at http://share.marieforleobschool.com/WANT (I’ll be doing it again this year, so we’ll be schoolmates!)


Feb 22, 2019

Dr. Carrie Kholi-Murchison, aka khoLi., is a writer, editor, and strategist, developing impactful tools and workshops for personal and professional growth. khoLi. believes that every human being has the right and responsibility to confidently and creatively contribute toward an equitable future for all. As the Founding Partner and Executive Director of HOLI. BRANDS, khoLi. expedites these contributions by working to enhance the quality of life for historically marginalized communities through the fulfillment of deficiency and growth needs like belongingness, esteem, and self-actualization.


   
In this episode we talk:

   
• Valuing your own agency and how to be in charge of the story you’re writing for yourself in this journey

• Looking at branding/business/wellness/community through a Maslow’s Heirarchy Of Needs lens

• Self-actualization, and what that even MEANS

• How to make the words “diversity” and “inclusion” more than empty words

• Healthy relationships when the person you’re in a relationship with (romantic or otherwise) is also your business partner

• Intensity addiction

• Imposter syndrome

• Dealing with jealousy

…and so much more!
  

 

Find khoLi. at http://www.carriekholi.com, on Instagram at @khoLi.




Show Notes:
Facebook
HOLI Brands
Khafra Community Cohort
Hella Black Brunch
Everyday Devotion
Elizabeth McGrath
Ologies with Alie Ward about “Matrimoniology”




Today’s episode is sponsored by Marie Forleo’s B-School, an 8-week online course for creative entrepreneurs that gives you the tools, strategies, clarity, and guidance to create the business you’ve always wanted to see in the world. Sign up at http://share.marieforleobschool.com/WANT (I’ll be doing it again this year, so we’ll be schoolmates!)

Feb 14, 2019

This ep should be subtitled "The Conversation That Gave Me A Vulnerability Hangover." And that's exactly why I love talking to Jessica - she's a pro at being kind, inclusive, AND pushing you to examine your beliefs and norms at the same time.



Jessica Murnane is an author, women's health advocate, host of the One Part Podcast, and founder of endometriosis awareness platform Know Your Endo AND One Part Plant, a movement that's all about eating one plant-based meal a day to make a big difference from small changes.



In this episode Jessica and I talk about depression, moving through mental and physical health struggles (especially in our "sharing" culture), her endometriosis advocacy, being an influencer vs having influence, fitting in with the other people in your industry, how the new-age wellness industry can step up their game and how YOU can be a part of that, and - my favorite - making change happen and creating impact out there in the world, FAR from the online space. 






Show Notes:
|| Jessica Murnane + One Part Plant || One Part Podcast || Know Your Endo (sign up for the course here!) || The WANTcast, Episode 010: On Letting Go Of The Life Weight || WANTcast 028: On Fixing Others, Food Issues, Forgiveness + Feeling Fly As F**k (No Matter What) || Dr. Aviva Rohm on the One Part Podcast ||






Every season, we'll be spotlighting an organization that's making strides when it comes to making shift happen. This season, we're proud to support She's The First, an award-winning non-profit organization that fights gender inequality through education. To learn more, go to shesthefirst.org 

Feb 8, 2019

You wanna start a business? Get ready for the wildest ride of your life. Starting, and then building a business that’s purpose and passion based is tough work, but it’s the rightest work you’ll do. Curiosity must be your foundation.


The 5 biggest lessons I've learned, the biggest mistake I made this past year, and my promises as we go into YEAR FIVE of WANT.


Thank you to anyone and everyone who has ever supported this idea and, directly, or indirectly, helped make it a reality.





Show Notes:
Read more about Year Four and the plans for Year Five here.
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Marie Forleo
Down With The Side Hustle, Down With The Day Job
Side Hustle/Day Job WANTcast episode





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Feb 1, 2019

People like to say "go with your gut." But what if your gut is totally messed up and hurts all the time? Literally??


Today's guest is one of the smartest, funniest, most insightful people I know in the wellness world. Phoebe
Lapine is a food and health writer, gluten-free chef, wellness expert, culinary instructor, and Hashimoto’s advocate and speaker. On her award-winning blog, Feed Me Phoebe, she shares recipes for healthy comfort food and insights about balanced lifestyle choices beyond what’s on your plate. Named by Women’s Health Magazine as the top nutrition read of 2017, Phoebe’s best-selling debut memoir, The Wellness Project, chronicles her journey with Hashimotos Thyroiditis and how she finally found the middle ground between health and hedonism by making one lifestyle change, one month at a time.


Phoebe is also the host of the new podcast SIBO Made Simple. Having suffered from her own host of gut health issues, Phoebe wanted to take all she learned and share it with those recently diagnosed or chronically fighting Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth - people who are hungry for solutions and wondering WTF to do next. 


This podcast is for you if you fit into one simple category: you want to feel better than you do right now. Plus, Phoebe is funny as hell and her laugh is infectious.

SHOW NOTES:
Feed Me Phoebe
SIBO Made Simple
Dr. Allison Siebecker
What Thyroid Blood Tests to Get & How to Interpret Them

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