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Whenever we’ve had an opportunity to work with a group of girls through the Girl-Swag initiative and curriculum we've been amazed at how quickly we’re able to inspire them and draw out their authentic excellence, their leadership abilities and their natural entrepreneurial spirit.
With the right support, inquisitive girls can become flexible, solution oriented problem solvers. Just like girls within The Girl Scouts. They have always been adaptive thinkers; a quality organizations around the globe seek to mobilize its leaders to tackle challenging situations and problems that seem to have no known or easy answers.
This episode of Bread-Winning Moms celebrates programs like Girl-Swag, Girls Who Code, Girl Up and The Girl Scouts, who just launched their new "Digital Cookie" initiative. These young ladies are acquiring skills such as goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, business ethics, and now, experience in using apps and online marketing. They are today’s new adaptive leaders and becoming today's executives and CEO’s of top organizations.
Chloé Taylor Brown is an author, transformational coach, lifestyle coach and mentor for women and girls. Connect with Chloé @ChloeTBrown and try the PEP for higher levels of personal and professional excellence.
Join the Bougie Girl as she discusses the midst of the journey to transitioning into a new life.
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Tracy Keller, CEO of the Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast returns and chats with TCE.
It is Cookie Time (Jan 10 - March 22, 2015) ~ hear about the cookie program for this year and how it builds financial literacy.
About Tracy Keller - graduated from Virginia Wesleyan College in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in computer science and mathematics. Since 2004, she has served as chief executive officer of the Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast, a regional nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of girls. Under her leadership, Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast has received numerous awards that include: the 2008 Agency of the Year Award from the United Way of South Hampton Roads; the 2009 “4ward” Hampton Roads Award from Lead Hampton Roads; the National Philanthropy Outstanding Youth Award in 2012; and the Marian Palmer Capps Award from the Urban League for outstanding work as an informal educational institution.
WHY DON’T BOY SCOUTS SELL COOKIES? THINK ABOUT THAT!!
Ever since we can remember, the girl scouts have always sold cookies and the boy scouts did not.
But I differ on the “accepted” and “acceptable” reasons why girls sell “cookies” and boys do not.
Tune into the show and share your thoughts with me. We are officially entering our 2nd year in radio with a new line-up, a new format, and new segments. As the host, I’m going to share with you
“the real reason” why I think that girl scouts sell cookies and boy scouts do not! It’s not complicated.
Also on the show will be Special Guest, health coach Sharon Chavers from The Integrative Nutrition Institute will be in the studio.
As always, in the studio with me will be my Co-Host Sybil Marie Presley. Dial into the show and speak with my guest and ask questions, talk with me and Sybil, or tell us your comments.
SHOW DIAL IN# 1-646-200-3422, and press 1
OR...Listen online: www.blogtalkradio.com/theemilypearlsshow
The "chat room" will also be open.
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Join the Bougie Girl as she discusses making career adjustments.
On the next Chenese Lewis Show, CEO of Pinup Girl Clothing Laura Byrnes and Creative Director, Micheline Pitt. Pinup Girl Clothing produces and showcases vintage-inspired garments, styled after classic 1940s, 50s, and 60s silhouettes, but with a modern woman in mind, coining the term pinup-style clothing. The company believes in “Couture for Everybody”, a movement dedicated to providing an array of women’s sizes from extra small to 4X!
Jump "In the Pickle Barrel" this morning at 8AM-10AM EST as we talk about two totally different topics! 1. what is NOT happening on the issue of Illegal Aliens. Where's the debate? Is this a too controversial issue to discuss this time around? 2. We talk about the fure of our children, but what is really getting done to give them a future or at least prepare them for their future? This and more "in the Pickle Barrel".
Join Bougie Girl as she discusses the difference between inspiration and comparison.