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In this episode of Diet Free Life Radio with Robert Ferguson, he speaks with Sandra Yancey. She's the Founder and CEO of eWomenNetwork, Inc., International Award-Winning Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, Movie Producer and Bestselling Author. The candid conversation will have you inspired and assured that you can achieve the purpose of your dreams and aspirations. You can learn more about Sanda and the eWomenNetwork at www.ewomennetwork.com #ewomennetwork #dietfreelife
Have you ever wanted to start a new career, write a book or begin a business? Sandra's story provides a path to total achievement and she provides the blueprint to how you can live a life of achievement at any age!
It's the new year and time to let go of things in your life that are holding you back. eWNRadio Host, Phyllis Smith, explores the importance of letting go in your professional and personal life with Sandra Yancey, Founder and CEO of eWomenNetwork.. the largest women's business network in North America. Sandra opens up her heart and shares her wisdom from her own personal experience of letting go in her business, friendships and children. This is a must-listen for anyone looking to remove the emotional clutter from their lives and move forward to greater things.
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Letting go is a fact of life. Sometimes letting go is a choice, sometimes it's made for us. In this powerful, candid and emotionally packed interview, Founder and CEO of eWomenNetwork, Sandra Yancey, talks about how letting go in her personal and professional life was the only way for her to grow and succeed as a multi-million dollar entrepreneur. Sandra Yancey dives deep into her soul and shares how she recovered from the tragedy of losing both her father on her 5th birthday and her older brother in her 20's, as well as letting go of motherhood and relationships in her business and personal life. Don't miss this inspiring and heart-felt conversation with one of the leading women entrepreneurs of today.
What you SEE in the world is what you BE in the world - Sandra Yancey
Want more of Sandra Yancey? For another MUST LISTEN interview with Sandra Yancey, check out "Entrepreneur Conversations" with Christine Monaghan on eWNRadio Network at http://ewnradionetwork.com/show/entrepreneur-conversations/
The world sees her as the business leader, wife, mother, daughter, friend, and person she is today. Yet she started with, grew, and nurtured an idea she had over a decade ago that started above her garage! Join my conversation with Sandra Yancey, Founder & CEO of eWomenNetwork, as we explore how she took her idea for solving a business challenge & put it into action to become the multi-million dollar enterprise it is today.
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Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with psychologist and coach Dr. Mindy Magrane as she shares her story of getting divorced in her late 20s and how this led her to her “calling” of becoming an psychologist. Mandy and Mindy connect this to Step 3 of the Model of Heart-Centered Grief which is “Initiation.” They also talk about how we can bring ALL of ourselves to our work and our lives. Currently Mindy is in a time in her life of holding the mystery of what is her next calling and she speaks candidly about being in this space and the importance of listening.
Dr. Mindy Magrane is a psychologist, coach and organizational consultant. She has over 20 years of experience guiding individuals and organizations towards greater leadership, consciousness, relationships and well-being. As an executive coach, she empowers leaders to discover and express their authentic leadership voice. She blends her background in psychology, business and spirituality to help people find and take steps toward opportunities for transformation. Mindy is a lifelong adventurer into her own wholeness and grateful midwife to the soul. Her greatest joy is to help others know themselves, bring themselves more fully into being, and make the contributions they are here to make in the world. Mindy can be reached at email@example.com.
Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with Unity Minister Nancy Ennis as she shares her story of losing her father from a chronic disease and how as a result of that loss, and others, she had the realization that there is a “force” (which she calls God) she can connect with so that she is never alone. Her grief process also led her to becoming first a Registered Nurse and later an Ordained Minister. Mandy and Nancy connect this to Step 5 of the Model of Heart-Centered Grief which is “Spiritual Fortitude.” This discussion honors all religious and philosophical beliefs around spirituality.
Nancy Ennis’ passion is the awakening of a better world where love prevails. This is the passion that has guided and directed her journey and provided her personal and professional life. She is a Registered Nurse with a MS degree from Northern Illinois University. Her nursing career was focused on patient education with a specialty of Diabetes self-management. This soon led her into the exploration of the Spiritual realm and into teachings related to self-empowerment, authenticity, holistic health and eventually into ministry. She is an Ordained Minister currently serving as the Senior Minister for Unity of Charlotte, a spiritual community that holds the vision of a better world for all through love in action.
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Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with author and coach Chris Saade about the importance of authenticity in relationships and how we learn more about ourselves when we are in relationships. They discuss how paradox can also be a tool to use in our relationships – allowing both sides of the emotional spectrum to be present. And they proclaim that the purpose of relationships is to generate love…and not to get our “needs” met. Great ways to find hope in relationships!
Chris Saâde is the co-director of The Olive Branch Center with his wife, Jessie Thompson, where he teaches courses on engaged spirituality. He has lead more than 200 psychological and spiritual retreats, and continues to serve as a personal coach for individuals and couples. Chris worked as a licensed psychotherapist for 11 years in private practice specializing in depression and life transitions before migrating into the world of coaching, writing and teaching. He has written 2 books, 2nd Wave Spirituality: Passion for Peace, Passion for Justice and Prayers for Peace and Justice and 2 recordings with Andrew Harvey. Find out more at: http://theolivebranchcenter.net/
Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with author, musician and founder of The Pedestal Magazine, John Amen. He shares his story of a “fundamental heart-break” - losing his mother at the age of 5. John recalls that even from his teenage years the artistic process was where he felt empowered and says “art saved my life.” Mandy ties in Step 6 - Service, of the Model of Heart-Centered Grief, by speaking about the fact that we find meaning in our losses by giving back. John shares that helping people to discover their voice is a passion of his and a way of giving back.
John Amen is the author of five collections of poetry: Christening the Dancer, More of Me Disappears, At the Threshold of Alchemy, The New Arcana (with Daniel Y. Harris), and, most recently, strange theater (New York Quarterly Books). His work has appeared in journals nationally and internationally and been translated into Spanish, French, Hungarian, Korean, and Hebrew. In addition, he has released two folk rock CDs: All I’ll Never Need and Ridiculous Empire. Further information is available on his website: www.johnamen.com. John is a frequent music reviewer for No Depression. He founded and continues to edit The Pedestal Magazine (www.thepedestalmagazine.com).
As Executive Managing Director of eWomen Network Phoenix, Johnell McCauley knows a thing or two about networking! Tune in and find out....
Why is there so much confusion around networking
The best way for someone to introduce themselves at a networking event and make that great first impression
How introverts can increase their success when they are meeting other people at an event
How to select the right networking events to attend
The keys to successfully growing your own personal network
Some of the biggest networking mistakes people make
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Sandra Yancey, Founder & CEO of eWomenNetwork, producer of the GLOW Project and ABC radio show host. Awards include Excellence in Leadership from the Euro-American Women's Council, Athens Greece, Entrepreneur Star Award from Microsoft, Woman Advocate of the Year Award from Women's Regional Publishing, Distinguished Women's Award from Northwood University and American Hero by CNN. She is an impassioned philanthropist dedicated to helping women and girls succeed. For more information, click here:
This week on #TheNetworkingDivaHour- Suspending judgment becomes easier when you realize that you don’t have to necessarily like everyone in your network. That is not what networking is all about. You have friends for that. Your network is going to be full of diverse people. If we believe in true, deep-down definition of networking, it is about giving information, giving resources, giving access, giving leads, building relationships, and giving clients to others. Not every person will be your best friend. However, you can bet that everyone will have his or her network of phenomenal connections with people who you need to know and who need to know you. As you develop a connection and establish trust, you will increase the likelihood that she will be open to sharing, caring and giving to you as well.
My co-host this week is Lisa Coffy, Managing Director Colorado Springs Chapter, eWomenNetwork.
At eWomenNetwork.com, their vision is a vast network of female business owners and professionals all connected to each other. We want success-minded women to have easy access to each other's skills, talents, knowledge and resources. Their philosophy is that you must first and foremost give to others "first." We believe that by giving and being "other-focused" you create a world of abundance for all. For us, networking is really the art of "giving" and searching for ways to serve the needs of others before focusing on ourselves.
Check it out @ www.ewomennetwork.com/chapter/colosprings