In Episode 3, Dr Wright is joined by Suzanne Sinatra, CEO and founder of Private Packs, a warm and cold, ergonomically designed products series created to address the private pain women seldom speak about. This episode introduces listeners to SexTech and what the public needs to know. Private Packs was born out of a traumatic Brazilian waxing incident that prompted Suzanne to design a product that is currently an unmet need in the marketplace. “I’m just a woman that hurt her vagina. From that experience and those of the women around me inspired me to start Private Packs.” Launched in 2019, Private Packs was initially scheduled to launch in 2017. However, two weeks before her crowdfunding campaign Suzanne was diagnosed with Stage 2 breast cancer that quickly progressed to Stage 3. While in treatment Suzanne continued to work on Private Packs. Happy and healthy today, Suzanne is an advocate for female health. She is a member of the Women in SexTech, a community of entrepreneurs united by a desire to meet the needs of others and remove the stigma from innovations within the sexual technology industry. The future of FEMTECH, SEX TECH and what does the public need to know.
January 21, 2021
Cindy Gallop is the Founder & CEO of Make Love Not Porn, the world's 1st user-generated, human-curated social sex video sharing platform. Cindy has a significant reputation as a highly compelling and inspirational speaker at events and conferences all around the world. Cindy’s 30 years of experience in brand building, marketing and entrepreneurialism, combined with a razor-sharp analytical mind, wide-ranging business experience, future-forward approach to technology, a compellingly charismatic presence and a uniquely inspirational approach, equip her perfectly to address the theme of leadership and inventing the future across a range of business sectors. She earned her Master of Arts from University of Oxford and currently serves as an advisor for Awkward Essentials. We discussed MakeLoveNotPorn, the psychology of porn and starting a Sextech company.
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January 20, 2021
If you are like most of the healthcare leaders we talk with, the past year was a year full of challenges and changes. It looks like based on what we have seen thus far in 2021 those challenges are going to continue for a while longer. Some of those challenges and changes may have bumped up against some of your values, like maintaining your well-being, supporting your team(s), and connecting with others. You may have even experienced some moral distress having to make decisions that are not aligned with your values. In this episode we dialogue about making choices based on values, managing interdependent values and the importance of personal alignment. We share how our Dynamic Balance Effect™ Framework empowers healthcare leaders to make mindful choices, leverage their Polarity Intelligence™, personally align their values and purpose, and how important each of these are when it comes to resilience and balance. You probably already realize this episode is packed with leadership super-powers! Go ahead and listen now.Visit the show notes here for more: https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcast Email us at [email protected]
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January 20, 2021
Kristen Carbone is the Founder of Brilliantly, a company improving the lives to women that have been impacted by breast cancer. Brilliantly recently launched Brilliantly Warm, their first wearable designed for women who have had implant reconstruction after a mastectomy and feel constantly cold. Prior to Brilliantly, Kristen spent ten years working in the curatorial departments of museums throughout New York and New England, founded an artists' advocacy business and acted as the project manager for two business consulting companies. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Art History from Skidmore College. We discussed breast implants, preventative mastectomies & breast reconstruction, fundraising during COVID-19.
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January 19, 2021
Welcome to Monday Morning Live with Tracy and Michelle. This is a live show we do from our Facebook page every Monday morning. We choose a topic and share what we've learned or our experience with it. Today is Martin Luther King Jr Day and we are going to talk about dreams! The dream we had for our business when we launched it three years ago today, the values that guide us and the things we’ve learned along the way and in the past year.
January 18, 2021
On this "podswap" episode of Prognosis Ohio, Dan Skinner is interviewed by Kevin Milligan, one of the hosts of the very informative medical education podcast, UnsCripted Medicine. Kevin talks with Dan about his work as a medical educator, why health policy is important for medical students, and how changes in medicine and health care shape what medical students need to know. Subscribe to UnsScripted where you get fine podcasts, and visit prognosisohio.com for more info.
January 18, 2021
Welcome to Season 3 of The WoMed! In the season premiere, Danielle is joined by the incredibly inspiring Clare Surette, who is living with Crohn’s disease. Clare talks all about destigmatizing Crohn’s and appreciating your body through it all. She opens up about the lack of resources she has found, but how social media helps her feel seen, heard, and connect with others. She discusses mental health, the pandemic, her education background in public health, and her plans for the future. Despite the optimism we hear from Clare, she still has her insecurities; the biggest of them all? Dating with her added “accessory,” her ostomy. She also shares advice with others in her same situation, facing the loop ileostomy that ultimately, she says, gave her her life back. She then offers advice for medical professions including: be patient, listen, and don’t rush your patients or push decisions on them. Ultimately, she encourages us to treat people as unique humans and not just a number in the medical system.
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January 18, 2021
Burnout destroyed my faith. There’s no other way to say it. Having grown up as a conservative Baptist I fully expected medicine to bring me closer to God. Instead I chafed against beliefs that weren’t supported by my experiences and that I had been questioning for a long time. But burnout took those beliefs and put a huge crack right down the middle of them. I couldn’t believe that God wasn’t stepping in to help me through some really dark times and everything I’d been told just seemed… ridiculous. Since coming out of burnout, I’ve begun building new beliefs and honestly feel like I’m more spiritual than I have ever been. But it was a hard road. I’m digging deep today. Sharing some really dark times and giving some perspective on what it really meant to leave behind beliefs that had been ingrained in me from my first days on Earth. Now don’t get me wrong, I’ve seen miraculous things happen. I haven’t suddenly become an Atheist and believe that there is nothing out there, but the way I believe now is nothing like it was then. … and burnout is the reason why it all changed. “I was getting ready to go to work on Monday and the dark, dark cloud of dread was just all over my house and all over me.” Dr. Errin Weisman In this episode: [03:37] I share my religious background. [06:30] Listen as I share how my burnout destroyed my faith. [08:50] I decided it was time to talk to the pastor, and I share my conversation with Pastor Logan. [12:28] Pastor Logan changed other things in me. Not all of her ideas were right for me, but she got me implanted in the church. [15:27] Sitting in the muck allowed me to come to new truths. [17:35] I speak about what has become my new belief system. [21:18] I now lean into what feels aligned, real and true to me. [25:11] Thank you for listening! Links and Resources Resolve 3 WAYS TO GET INCREDIBLE HELP AT LOW-COST!!! Buy my Kindle Book, Doctor Me First, on Amazon Become an official patron of Doctor Me First HERE (https://www.patreon.com/doctormefirst) and find support & community! Join us for our Monthly Burnout Masterclass Series. Schedule a call with Errin HERE Wanna be on this podcast: Schedule HERE Email Errin HERE
January 18, 2021
Our youth are our future, so why don’t we do more to help them along in a productive way? When Dr. Elisabeth Fontain asked herself that question, she decided to do something about it. Along with her medical practice she is a coach to up and coming students, early careerists, and physicians and she’s sharing why she’s so passionate about her work. Dr. Fontaine is dedicated to creating a norm of healthy living within her community, but also throughout the world. Part of healthy living is taking care of your mental health and understanding your place and purpose in the world. So she has taken what tends to be a health initiative and begun to coach millennials on how to live a more fulfilled life. Rather than allowing our youth to flounder and “figure it out” like we had to, she’s become an advocate for them to help them find their place. She and her business partner work with individuals, parents, and organizations to help them accelerate their transitions in life and their careers. Listen as she shares more about her background and why she is dedicated to helping millennials to find success. So many of us put millennials down but they’ve had an unnecessary amount of pressure placed on them while also traversing some of the worst economic times. Perhaps Dr. Fontaine is on to something with making sure that millennials don’t become the “lost” generation? “We want to help the parents have an organization to recognize the importance of this generation.” Dr. Elisabeth Fontaine In this episode: [02:13] Welcome to the show, Dr. Fontaine! [02:23] Dr. Fontaine shares her background and the work she does. [04:34] Listen as Dr. Fontaine discusses her words and why they are important to her. [06:55] Why millennials are her people. [09:02] Transitioning is so different now than it was in the 90s. Learn more! [12:44] Dr. Fontaine chats about helping parents recognize the importance of the millennial generation. [16:07] Millennials more than any generation are searching for their purpose. [19:12] How coaching is a different world from medicine. [22:18] Thank you so much for being on the show! [24:37] Your kick of encouragement. Links and Resources Connect with Dr. Elisabeth Fontaine Let’s Lead LLC Call Dr. Fontaine with questions (802) 309-1217 3 WAYS TO GET INCREDIBLE HELP AT LOW-COST!!! Buy my Kindle Book, Doctor Me First, on Amazon Become an official patron of Doctor Me First HERE (https://www.patreon.com/doctormefirst) and find support & community! Join us for our Monthly Burnout Masterclass Series. Schedule a call with Errin HERE Wanna be on this podcast: Schedule HERE Email Errin HERE
January 18, 2021
Alina Boyte is a full-time law professor specializing in intellectual property law based in Jackson, Mississippi at the Mississippi College School of Law. Alina is a graduate of Stanford Law School, the University of Cambridge, and the University of London. With 20 years in the field of intellectual property, Alina is acutely aware of the challenges that entrepreneurs and startups face when they try to bring a creative idea to the market. She founded and started her company Alina Boyte LLC to help creative and social entrepreneurs turn innovative ideas into products and services that sell in the market and produce raving fans. Alina is also the host of the Heart-centered Life Podcast, which provides leaders and entrepreneurs with tools, resources, and tips for living a heart-centered life and making an impact on the world. She resides in Raymond, Mississippi, the USA with her husband and their six-year-old daughter. Alina loves spending time with her family in her free time, cooking, and reading to her daughter. Find out more about her work at https://www.alinaboyte.com/ and listen to her podcast at https://alinaboyte.podbean.com/. _____________________________________________ Welcome, welcome, welcome to episode 108. If this is the first time you have listened in, I welcome you. If you have been here 108 times, I welcome you as well. Last week we hit the 20,000 download milestone. I’m so incredibly grateful to all of you for listening, subscribing, and sharing with your friends. Of course, your 5-star ratings are also appreciated. Thank you for your help in making this podcast a success! You are awesome and amazing. ______________________________________________ Here’s your weekly reminder that the podcasts from the Podcasting Launch Course for Professionals are LIVE! The amazing women in the course have created incredible content and shows that are pure fire! Check out the shows that are currently out. Show them some love by subscribing, leaving a 5-star rating, sharing, and leaving a positive comment. (Did you know that if you work with me in my course or done-for-you service to get your podcast launched, I’d be honored to share your podcast with the world just as I am for the podcasts highlighted below.) Pivot & Bloom Podcast https://bit.ly/PivotandBloom The Drama-Free Workplace with Patti Perez https://bit.ly/DramaFreeWorkplace Living at Your Finest https://www.buzzsprout.com/1202669 Ignite Your PowHer https://igniteyourpowher.buzzsprout.com/ _____________________________________________ Looking to start a podcast? Now is a great time to do just that! Check out the free podcast launch masterclass I created to see if starting a podcast is a match for you. http://bit.ly/podcastinglaunchmasterclass Are you too busy to participate in a facilitated course but still want to get your show started? The Podcast in a Box is for you! You provide the audio for your first 5 five shows to launch with a bang, we do the REST. http://bit.ly/doneforyoupodcasting Get off the fear fence today. Your tribe is waiting to hear your voice!
January 17, 2021
Welcome to season four of HOT for your Health where Dr Vonda Wright is joined by leading innovators in the exploding FEMTech space- focusing on physical and mental health needs of 51.1% of the world’s population. In Episode 2 Dr Wright is joined by Ann Garnier, CEO and Founder of Lisa Health, a curated website and community focused on science-based solutions for thriving in midlife. Ann Garnier, founder and CEO of Lisa Health, is a seasoned healthcare leader, helping to create, launch, and scale innovative tech companies and products that have improved patient outcomes and access to care. At Lisa Health, Ann leads the team to create tech-enabled solutions and community to empower women to gain control over their bodies and thrive during menopause and midlife. She is passionate about women’s health and advancing research beyond pregnancy and fertility to reduce the serious and costly health risks that women face as they age and help them celebrate the start of something great. https://lisahealth.comInstagram @lisahealthappTwitter @lisahealthappFacebook https://www.facebook.com/lisahealthapp
January 14, 2021
Is your life really private as a nurse? In this episode Sara and Amie discuss the boundaries surrounding professional accountability/ professional standards vs private life. What are the "dos" and "dont's"? We discuss the recent news of 2 Canadian nurses who travelled to Washington during the pandemic to attend an attempted coup to overthrow American Democracy. We don't hold back, well we never really do anyways.
January 14, 2021
It was a delight to interview Roberta Young about her article Being a Nurse in the Family. Roberta explains what led up to co-authoring the article in My American Nurse in January of 2020 with her colleague Teresa Anderson. During the episode we discuss these unique situations and how the experience can be leveraged to improve or change how one chooses to practice as a nurse. Even though the conversation centers on nurses’ experiences, we acknowledge other clinicians also have similar experiences. Early in the interview Roberta shares during the pauses in her career over the past few years she took advantage of that time to reflect. During that time, she realized she can get swept up in leadership roles, working long hours and giving of herself. She concluded she would be a better leader if she lived intentionally, maintained balance in her life, and paid attention to herself. Roberta reveals one of the things that has come out of her work in creating work life balance and defining her values and what matters most is a sense that she can write and document meaningful stories. Roberta shares her thoughts about storytelling and how we remember through stories. She explains a powerful story will have a larger impact than going through why something is important. Story telling can also help you heal and learn from the experiences you have. Roberta shares her experiences when her mother was ill and as the nurse in the family when she was in awe of her colleagues and other times frustrated or disappointed. She shares how as the clinician in the family you can have a positive impact on clinicians caring for your loved ones during disappointing times. It was also noted during the interview that clearly defining and stating out loud the roles and responsibilities among family members is an essential element of care coordination and managing family dynamics. Roberta also shares using some reflection questions clinicians can apply what they are learning in or from their experience to their clinical practice. Roberta recognizes as a leader that being compassionate and supportive with staff during the times when their families need them balances out, especially when clinicians are given the opportunity to rest, take care of themselves, and can come back healed. We discuss the tensions/polarities that naturally show up in these situations such as self and other, work and home, and candor and diplomacy. You probably already realize this is a phenomenal and important discussion for anyone who is a clinician or healthcare leader. Go ahead and listen now!Visit the show notes here for more: https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcast NEWS FLASH! The doors to our Virtual Work Life Balance Bootcamp are open! Wouldn’t you agree leveraging a proven strategy for Work Life Balance is the absolute best way to start the New Year! Start 2021 with your own unique blueprint for work life balance!CLICK HERE to learn more and join the bootcamp. Email us at [email protected]
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January 13, 2021
Blythe Karow is the Co-Founder, President and CEO of Evren Technologies. They are working to advance the treatment of PTSD and other related issues through discreet, wearable products that fit into the user's daily life. They developed Phoenix, an earbud device that will be used to reduce symptoms of long-term PTSD, speed recovery from traumatic events, and improve quality of life by delivering tVNS therapy that responds to your own body’s signals. Blythe has over 20 years of experience in medical device strategy, product development, product launch, and marketing. Her prior experience includes work both as a consultant and with medical device companies, ranging from startups to Fortune 100s, including Medtronic, J&J, and Boston Scientific. She holds an MBA from the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Virginia and a BS in Biomedical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. We discussed neural modulation, neurostimulation, PTSD and treatments for trauma.
Check out the Evren Technologies at www.evrenvns.com
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January 13, 2021
Self-care is defined as "what people do for themselves to establish and maintain health, and to prevent and deal with illness." However, this is one skill that many nurses seem to neglect.
In this episode, we get to chat with Liam Caswell, leader of High Performance Nursing, a community of nurses who seek to transform their nursing practice, workplace culture and service provision to deliver high performance nursing care in a sustainable manner.
Nurses are compassionate people who usually put their patient’s health, safety, and well-being before their own. But in order to give the best care to our patients, it is essential that we fill our own cup first.
TOPICS WE DISCUSSED INCLUDE:
How influential media is (6:00)
Who are you giving your control to? (7:30)
Getting inspiration from others to be your best self (8:54)
Having a good understanding of yourself (10:00)
Doing what’s important to us (13:20)
Self-sacrificing leads to burnout (13:50)
Are you happy to say no to yourself? (14:30)
Having strong boundaries (14:50)
Having a positive reframe of burnout (18:18)
Why don’t nurses talk about burnout? (18:37)
Normalising mental health issues (19:30)
Psychologically safe workplace (20:00)
Psychological safety (20:35)
Culture of nurses eating their young (24:13)
Fear of change (26:53)
Fear of the unknown (27:10)
Change is constant (27:40)
FEAR: Forget everything and run or Face everything and rise (28:10)
Having our vulnerability armour on (29:50)
Building a high performance team (30:55)
What your WHY is as a leader (31:50)
Showing your vulnerability with your patients (34:38)
Having our own individual needs for our own self-care (38:10)
Start with Why by Simon Sinek (28:18)
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January 11, 2021
Welcome to Monday Morning Live with Tracy and Michelle. This is a live show we do from our Facebook page every Monday morning. We choose a topic and share what we've learned or our experience with it. This morning we are going to talk about not finding work life balance but creating it, why you won’t find it, investing in yourself, and how coaching can support you.
January 11, 2021
Dr. Gabriela Gutiérrez is the founder, CEO & CSO of Microgenesis, a biotech company helping women discover the causes behind their fertility problems and recover to their full potential in order to get pregnant. Dr. Gutiérrez is a scientific researcher and molecular biologist by training and spent 15 years working on complex fertility cases globally with a main focus on Latin America and Spain. She holds a PhD in medicine from the University of Buenos Aires. We discussed the impact of microbiota on fertility, the importance of the microbiome, intestinal health and mRNAs.
Check out the Microgenesis at www.microgenesis.net/en/
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January 11, 2021
When I was in the pit of burnout, having one more thing to do or focus on was the absolute last thing I needed. So many people talked about gratitude journaling and focusing on goals and creating vision boards… but I couldn’t even focus on things that were right in front of me. Are you drowning in burnout? This is for you! Have you ever been told you should start a gratitude journal and your first thought was, yes… that will make me feel better. Then you don’t do it and you feel guilty for not acknowledging the things you’re grateful for? Stop! There is no “busy work” technique that is going to magically wash away your burnout. There is also no one way to truly get out of the pit of burnout. But giving yourself one more thing to do is certainly not going to help you. Listen as I share my experiences and what it took to make me realize that the things others were pushing on me were actually making my burnout worse. If you’re there, then listen close and give yourself some grace! “If you are feeling great, you’ve already figured out how to have joy and invite gratitude in.” Dr. Errin Weisman In this episode: [00:32] I am so excited you are with me today! [02:45] Let me tell you why I think you need to throw away your gratitude journal. [05:14] It’s okay not to do a daily gratitude journal! [08:50] I want you to try a resentment journal. [09:35] I really believe that feelings are emotions are sign posts for unmet needs and wants. [11:00] Listen as I share my definition of toxic positivity and give some examples of what I mean. [14:15] When we give a compassionate response, it feels more meaningful. [16:45] Thank you for listening! Links and Resources 3 WAYS TO GET INCREDIBLE HELP AT LOW-COST!!! Buy my Kindle Book, Doctor Me First, on Amazon Become an official patron of Doctor Me First HERE (https://www.patreon.com/doctormefirst) and find support & community! Join us for our Monthly Burnout Masterclass Series. Schedule a call with Errin HERE Wanna be on this podcast: Schedule HERE Email Errin HERE
January 11, 2021
When it comes to postnatal care, the United States healthcare system has a lot of catching up to do. The fact that we have one of the highest maternal and infant death rates of any 1st world country is evidence of that. Dr. Sonal Patel recognized this fact and is doing her part to serve new moms and babies in her community to the highest standard. Dr. Patel has built an in-home private postpartum care practice that sees mom and baby together, in the comfort of their own home. She has taken the 4th trimester by the horns and made sure that the stress of having just had a baby and all that comes with it is lessened significantly. That isn’t where she started though. Listen as she shares her story and why she realized that holistic postpartum care was her calling. The maternal mortality rate is a significant indicator of the health of a nations’ economy. Why our country isn’t more focused on the health and wellness of our moms is a mystery, but we as doctors can certainly make it more of a priority. Listen in to learn everything you’ve wanted and needed to know about the 4th trimester and how we as doctors play a part in making it a better experience for new moms in our communities. “When you look at all of us, we have so much more to bring to the table than just the medicine aspect of it.” Dr. Sonal Patel In this episode: [03:05] Welcome back to the show, Dr. Patel! [03:39] Dr. Patel shares her background and her 4th Trimester program. [05:24] Listen as Dr. Patel speaks about how her company has evolved over the past two years. [08:28] Dr. Patel chats about what her word renaissance means to her. [11:14] Dr. Patel talks about some amazing things that are happening for her in 2021. [14:50] Dr. Patel believes that instead of talking about the bad stuff that happens and no one celebrates the victories they have in the medical field. [18:26] You’re not doing it alone, you are building a team around you. [19:54] Dr. Patel shares awareness and research around the 4th trimester and the maternal mortality rate. [23:01] Having a child is one of the biggest transitions a woman can have. [25:41] Dr. Patel speaks about the first few weeks after giving birth and all the things that a new mom has to do around her and her infant's care. [27:17] Dr. Patel believes the 4th trimester needs to be treated like every other trimester during pregnancy. [28:17] Dr. Patel talks about NayaCare, her company that brings medical care to new mothers and infants in their own home. [31:49] Thank you so much for coming on the show! [33:38] Your kick of encouragement. Links and Resources Find Dr. Patel Nayacare Instagram | Facebook 3 WAYS TO GET INCREDIBLE HELP AT LOW-COST!!! Buy my Kindle Book, Doctor Me First, on Amazon Become an official patron of Doctor Me First HERE (https://www.patreon.com/doctormefirst) and find support & community! Join us for our Monthly Burnout Masterclass Series. Schedule a call with Errin HERE Wanna be on this podcast: Schedule HERE Email Errin HERE
January 11, 2021
Dan Skinner talks with Paige Pfleger, health and science reporter at WOSU for the past few years, but now on her way to WPLN in Nashville. Dan and Paige discuss Paige's time in Ohio, the challenges and joys of covering stories intersecting with health, and how journalists can stay connected to communities in a rapidly-shifting journalism industry. Show notes at wcbe.org and prognosisohio.com.
January 10, 2021
Russell Nohelty is a USA Today bestselling author, publisher, and speaker. He runs Wannabe Press (www.wannabepress.com), a small press that publishes weird books for weird people. Russell is the author of many novels, including four books in The Godsverse Chronicles, Sorry for Existing, Invasion, The Vessel, and My Father Didn’t Kill Himself, along with the creator of the Ichabod Jones: Monster Hunter, Gherkin Boy, Pixie Dust, and Katrina Hates the Dead graphic novels. He also edits the Cthulhu is Hard to Spell anthology series and has a very entertaining newsletter, which you can join at www.russellnohelty.com/mail and get a few of his books for free. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and dogs. Website Links: https://www.russellnohelty.com/ http://thecompletecreative.com/ https://www.wannabepress.com/ Social Media Links: @russellnohelty on Twitter and Instagram. /russellnohelty on Facebook _____________________________________________ Like it or not, 2021 is rolling right along and here we are at Episode 107. You’ve had 107 opportunities to show up to listen to the podcast and I appreciate you if it’s your 1st time or your 107th time or anywhere in between! Let’s start today off with a celebration. We just flew past the 20,000 downloads milestones. It was a blink and you miss it situation as we are well on our way to the next milestone. I’ve said this many times before and I will say it again… The Fearless Freedom Tribe is the best. Thank you for your help in making this podcast a success! You are awesome and amazing. Thank you so much for subscribing to the podcast, listening to the podcast, sharing with a friend or two, and leaving a 5-star rating. ______________________________________________ Here’s your weekly reminder that the podcasts from the Podcasting Launch Course are LIVE! The amazing women in the course have created incredible content and shows that are pure fire! Check out the shows that are currently out. Show them some love by subscribing, leaving a 5-star rating, sharing, and leaving a positive comment. (If you work with me in my course or done-for-you service to get your podcast launched, I’d be honored to share your podcast with the world just as I am for the podcasts highlighted below.) Pivot & Bloom Podcast https://bit.ly/PivotandBloom The Drama-Free Workplace with Patti Perez https://bit.ly/DramaFreeWorkplace Living at Your Finest https://www.buzzsprout.com/1202669 Ignite Your PowHer https://igniteyourpowher.buzzsprout.com/ _____________________________________________ Looking to start a podcast? Now is a great time to do just that! Check out the podcast launch masterclass and see if the Podcasting Launch course is a match for you. http://bit.ly/podcastinglaunchmasterclass Are you too busy to participate in a facilitated course but still want to get your show started? The Podcast in a Box is for you! You provide the audio for your first 5 five shows to launch with a bang, we do the REST. http://bit.ly/doneforyoupodcasting Get off the fear fence today. Your tribe is waiting to hear your voice!
January 10, 2021
Welcome to season four of HOT for your Health where Dr Vonda Wright is joined by leading innovators in the exploding FEMTech space- focusing on physical and mental health needs of 51.1% of the world’s population. In Episode 1 Dr Wright is joined by FemAging Pioneer, Denise Pines, creator of the WisePause movement and ideator of the FemAging Report which summarizes the who, what, where and why of this powerful demographic. Denise Pines: CEO, AUTHOR, SPEAKER, FILMMAKER, HEALTH ADVOCATE A longtime community health advocate and media pioneer, Denise Pines is president of the Medical Board of California and serves on the Martin Luther King Community Hospital Foundation board and the admissions committee for the California University of Science and Medicine (CUSM) School of Medicine. She’s a trusted resource for women as they pursue midlife wellness. She’s the founder of WisePause Lifestyle Summit (www.wisepause.com), a pro-aging women’s health and educational platform and the FemAging 2020 HealthTech (www.femaging.com), a report introducing a new industry sector (FemAging tech), which is defined as health innovations developed specifically for women ages 40+. She also is an award-winning filmmaker producing 11 documentaries including the award-winning film “PUSHOUT: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools” her next documentary, “Anthony Facui” will air on PBS June 2021. She’s a graduate of San Francisco State University (BS), John F. Kenney University (MBA) and Stanford University (MBA). www.wisepause.com www.femaging.com
January 7, 2021
In this powerful episode, Amie and Sara team up with Dr. Vivian Stamatopoulos, a Professor, Essential Family Caregiver Researcher/Advocate and Long Term Care (LTC) Advocate. We discuss the crisis in LTC, outbreaks, essential care givers, the need for greater oversight and accountability from the provincial government and tangible actions that can be taken to raise awareness and advocate for patient voice. The gloves come off in this episode. Passion, love and GRIT!
January 7, 2021
Evi Heilbrunn is the CEO of Privy, the first, women-led, feminine care company developing innovative and clinically proven solutions for women’s health issues ranging from bladder leaks to UTIs and yeast infections. The company was founded to bring to market the Finess softpatch, the first FDA-cleared, over-the-counter product that prevents light to moderate bladder leaks before they happen. Evi is a digital health leader and investor in FemTech. She has a proven track record of scaling early-stage products and audiences whether for health consumers or providers. She has worked for some of the largest digital health companies & brands in the world. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Pennsylvania. We discussed causes of bladder leaks, preventing bladder leakage & women having options for incontinence products.
Check out the Privy at www.privywoman.com
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January 6, 2021