In this episode I share with you what I have learned about the path to success and how being bodily connected to your goals is the difference between success and failure, views supported by the likes of Tony Robbins. In a nutshell, 1. Have absolute clarity 2. Be fierce! 3. Be intentional and two other surprising secrets.
Nerissa Naidu is head of Strategy, Chief Operating Officer and chair of the Audit Committee of subsidiaries of a Fortune 500 insurer. She speaks to us about how her life and career has been influenced by having strong, supportive, male advocates in her life, with her outlook of what is possible in life being deeply affected by Nelson Mandela, in her native South Africa.
Julie-Ann Clyma is an inspiring woman. A leadership coach and one of only 100 women out of 6000 qualified World Class Mountain Guides in the world, she has 30 years’ experience leading teams and individuals in volatile and demanding environments - some of the harshest in the world, from K2 in China to the Matterhorn. She talks of the lessons alpine mountaineering has taught her, and how they can be applied to the corporate world.
Rosanne Austin is a California-based Fertility Mindset Coach - yes, there is such a thing! As a former member of an elite team of sexual assault prosecutors, she describes her pursuit of motherhood, going from working in an intensely masculine environment to trying to do the intensely feminine act of conceiving. It’s a powerful story - with a happy ending!
Greg Zimmerman is an investment consultant, marketing manager and Mindfulness advocate. He explains Mindfulness, how we came to it, how his daily Mindfulness practice has elevated his work and personal relationships, and how to get started on your own practice.
An executive in the FinTech industry based in London, Gladis Sahlani has experienced success working in the Middle East and East Africa, where she was frequently the only woman in the room. She discusses how she approached this, what she learned about the power of her femininity, and the role models she had growing up in Lebanon.
Christy Venza, communications coach and founder of Inspire to Influence, describes her crippling experience of Impostor Syndrome, a condition experienced by 94% of women and men at some stage in their careers, and how she overcame daily self-doubt and her inner critic to find success.
Carolina Klint, CEO of the North West Region (Continental Europe) of Marsh, Inc discusses her jungle gym of a career path, authentic leadership, and how she achieved 50% gender representation in her leadership team within 2 - 3 years. An impactful leader and inspiring role model.
Jeannette Lichner is an accomplished corporate regulatory advisor with over 30 years’ experience leading business. She shares practical guidance about what women can do to prepare themselves for career success, including how to prepare yourself for a board position.
Gwenda Phillips is co-founder and CEO of Your Hidden Mind, as well as a leader at a global bank based in Sydney, Australia. Your Hidden Mind is a fascinating system that helps to improve your performance and release fears and intense emotional responses. This is an unplanned part 2 to the earlier session. As we kept talking about the Your Hidden Mind system, we decided to do a demonstration - and the results were amazing!
Gwenda Phillips is co-founder and CEO of Your Hidden Mind, as well as a leader at a global bank based in Sydney, Australia. Your Hidden Mind is a fascinating system that helps to improve your performance and release fears and intense emotional responses. We discuss the system, and how it has impacted our behaviour.
Michelle Gyimah is a UK-based Women & Money empowerment coach. She shares her experience of the shame and guilt she suffered through crippling debt, and how she came to learn that WOMEN MUST TALK MONEY if there is to be gender parity in pay. She describes how talking money has enriched her life and her relationships. A powerful episode!
Dana Dinnawi is a health and wellness lifestyle coach based in Cairo, Egypt. She shares with us how taking charge of our food leads to a ripple effect in other areas of our lives, including career and relationships.
Carri Adcock experienced great success in a career spanning 20+ years in the technology industry in Silicon Valley – her most recent roles were created specifically for her, before she left to become a sustainable success coach. She shares how she coped with an environment that famously marginalises women, and the biggest, and longest learned lesson to her success.
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