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Sarah Zink

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Plaid for Women Radio is designed to help women develop strategies to achieve goals, get connected, and be heard. It's time for women to stop trying to be PART of the conversation; we need to CHANGE the conversation! Toward that end, our focus is on sharing thoughts that will help women discover their superpowers and use them for good, not evil. There's more tools for women to be found at www.PlaidforWomen.com. You can also connect with me on Facebook: ThinkZinkRadio, or 20TipsForPowerChicks. You can also find and follow me on Twitter: @sarahzink. PLAID FOR WOMEN RADIO is on 24/7 - you can listen to archived shows any time you want - on your computer, your laptop, your iPad or your smart phone. Check us out and subscribe for FREE in the iTunes store! (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/plaid-for-women-radio/id515873233)

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Today, I'm welcoming BarBara ‘BB' Crawford back to the show. BB is a woman of passion and purpose. Her company, Emotional Self Sufficiency, specializes in workplace anxiety reduction for soldiers and their families. For more than 25 years, BB has worked across the U.S. with a wide variety of companies and organizations, including Olympic Athletes, SWAT teams and the Veterans Administration. ABOUT PLAID FOR WOMEN: Plaid for Women radio is produced to give you information, advice and resources to manage ?The Business of Life?. Our goal is to help you achieve your goals, get connected, and be heard. LET'S GET SOCIAL! Plaid FB: http://www.Facebook.com/PlaidforWomen Plaid TW: http://www.twitter.com/plaidforwomen CONTACT INFO FOR TODAY'S GUEST: BarBara ‘BB' Crawford BarBara@esstrng.com www.emotionalselfsufficiency.com @BBTheCoach OUTTRO MUSIC BY JACK T. BLUES
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Dr. Mary Ann Block is joining me again to talk about ADHD and medication. Is ADHD a legitimate diagnosis, and if so, are there any medications that are safer than what's currently being prescribed? Tune in to hear more. ABOUT PLAID... more

Dr. Kirleen Neely joins me again for a series of shows on Self-Esteem. This segment, we're going to talk about your ‘back story' drives how you mentally and emotionally process your self-worth. How do you identify your... more

Today, A.M. Morgan and I will be talking about understanding mean girls. Who are they? Why are they mean? Knowing that there is a ‘mean girl' inside each of us, how do you avoid becoming a mean girl? Join us to hear more.... more

Women and Investing – today, I've invited Sue Brown and Jean Freeman with Brown and Freeman back on the show. We're going to be chatting about how to ?Invest like Warren Buffet?. Join us to hear more. ABOUT PLAID FOR... more

Today, Elizabeth Lions is back on the show to talk about how women's language can create an image of competence or diminish credibility. Listen in to find out the four expressions that women use that kill credibility. Plaid for Women radio is... more

Today Jeremy Maher with My Credit Doc is here to chat with me about credit reports, credit scores and how to understand the factors that go into calculating your credit ‘worthiness'. We're going to be focusing on the basics... more

Leah Reeve, Home Visiting Parent Educator with the H.E.A.L. Program at The Parenting Center is joining us today to talk about Potty Training. Of course, the running joke is that parenting doesn't come with a manual; however, there are... more

Today Debbie Cunningham, attorney at law is joining us to continue the conversation about wills, trusts, and the critical value of planning ahead. We're going to explore the various pre- and post-marital agreements that create... more

Are you aware? Today, JoAnne Marceau, a certified results coach and passionate speaker is joining me to talk about awareness. We're going to have a chat about our innate power to change our perception – and thus, change... more
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