“Recognize that we are not perfect beings” - @RashmiAiran
Rashmi Airan is a keynote speaker and consultant determined to create organizational cultures focused on integrity, authenticity, and accountability. In addition to being a mother of two, Rashmi was a successful lawyer who graduated with honors from Columbia Law School. She utilizes her own experiences to share her human performance methodology, technique, and mindset that will catalyze leadership, growth, and stability in all organizations.
During this episode, Rashmi will share how she unexpectedly landed in prison and emerged with invaluable lessons learned both personally and professionally. Find out how you can come to a place of peace and courage once you give yourself the freedom to forgive. Most importantly, learn why you have a responsibility to share your inspiring story with others.
“Help others not make those same wrongs that you’ve already done” - @RashmiAiran
- 02:48 - How Rashmi ended up in prison
- 06:44 - Listening to your inner voice
- 10:37 - “Recognize that we are not perfect beings” - @RashmiAiran
- 14:05 - Starting life over after a six-month prison sentence
- 17:22 - Developing courage from her parents
- 20:14 - “Help others not make those same wrongs that you’ve already done” - @RashmiAiran
- 22:46 - Living your life in transparency and true honesty
- 23:47 - “I had to lose my freedom to gain complete freedom” - @RashmiAiran
“I had to lose my freedom to gain complete freedom” - @RashmiAiran
- Against the Slippery Slope | Rashmi Airan | TEDxGreenville
- The Gifts of Imperfection - Brené Brown
“God is so much bigger than us” - @KristenLPopeTV
Kristen L. Pope is an Award-Winning Journalist, Host, sought-after Speaker, and Encourager. Kristen most recently contributed to NBC Boston/NECN. Additionally, Pope founded her own boutique production company, “Pope Productions” and created the flagship variety show, “The Positive Controversy with Kristen Pope”. She’s also a media coach and has released her first online course, the “On-Air Academy.”
During this episode, Kristen will share how you can achieve your ultimate dreams and desires by surrendering to God’s will for your life. Learn to identify if what you want is what God has in store for you and how getting in alignment will change the trajectory of your life!
Even if you already feel successful, this episode will give you inspiring insight to help you reach your next level.
“God can’t bless what you pretend to be” - @KristenLPopeTV
- 02:40 - How to push through and persist!
- 03:08 - “I can’t do anything halfway” - @KristenLPopeTV
- 05:14 - Surrendering to God to achieve your ultimate desires
- 09:09 - “God is so much bigger than us” - @KristenLPopeTV
- 14:22 - Realizing that what you want isn’t what you were meant for
- 20:52 - Being able to make one step at a time
- 25:11 - Three things to do in order to move into your MORE
- 26:39 - “God can’t bless what you pretend to be” - @KristenLPopeTV
“I can’t do anything halfway” - @KristenLPopeTV
“You do love work when you’re living in your fierce” - @NRobertsJones
On this special episode airing the day before Valentine’s Day how about we don’t just celebrate romantic love, let’s celebrate doing work we love!
YES! It’s Time to Bring Your Passion BACK to Your WORK!
“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life” – Confusious
Loving what you do isn’t just for a select few it is for ALL of us!
During this episode, Nicole Roberts Jones will share why pursuing passion in the work you do is a must. Find out how outside material desires can never fulfill your inside yearning. As Nicole gives you tips and tools to truly stand in the highest and best version of who God created you to be as you choose to do the work that gives you both meaning and fulfillment! Work that allows you to create your breathtaking future!
It’s time for you to take an honest look at the things you love and really begin to unapologetically only do what sets your soul on fire!
“An outside material answer can never fulfill an inside yearning” - @NRobertsJones
- 02:44 - The first step to finding your fierce
- 05:13 - “You do love work when you’re living in your fierce” - @NRobertsJones
- 08:00 - Why you must pursue a life of passion
- 13:32 - “An outside material answer can never fulfill an inside yearning” - @NRobertsJones
- 14:41 - Find your fierce experience
- 16:51 - “Do what sets your soul on fire” - @NRobertsJones
“Do what sets your soul on fire” - @NRobertsJones
“There was something missing. There was a void” - @NicholWhiteman
Nichol Whiteman is the Executive Director of the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation who is focused on finding innovative ways to create opportunities for children through programs that engage with kids in sports, help kids stay active and promote academic success. She’s a dynamic nonprofit and corporate executive with over a decade of proven ability in fundraising, strategic relationship management, first-class project management, and organizational design.
During this episode, Nichol shares how the power of giving back has greatly impacted her both professionally and personally. She shares who it has created a level of balance in discipline and independence when raising her children. Listen and learn the insight to build a strong work ethic that will help you reach your breathtaking future. Towards the end, Nichol will give practical advice to her younger self that will surely be teachable nuggets that will bring you more happiness and fulfillment.
“We cannot be less than who we are in our marriages” - @NicholWhiteman
- 00:51 - Nichols background and introduction
- 03:21 - From finance to philanthropy
- 04:43 - “There was something missing. There was a void” - @NicholWhiteman
- 06:45 - Working as a mom and businesswomen
- 12:27 - “We cannot be less than who we are in our marriages” - @NicholWhiteman
- 16:22 - Building a positive and strong work ethic
- 18:32 - Giving up and letting go to grow
- 19:29 - “Make sure your voice is heard” - @NicholWhiteman
- 20:57 - Fighting to reach your ultimate dreams
- 24:49 - Nichol’s advice to her younger self
“Make sure your voice is heard” - @NicholWhiteman