• 01:30

    The Launch of The Sisterhood Exchange Book Club

    in Women

    The book has been updated, revised and released in paperback form, and it's getting rave reviews. Because one of the most frequent bits of feedback Michelle gets is that women are reading and re-reading the book, the idea of a book club to discuss it is the natural thing to do! The other feedback is that once a woman reads it, she doubles back to purchase additional copies for her sistahfriends! If that's not book club material, then what is?


    Join host and book club facilitator Michelle Hollinger tonight at 7:30pm as she and women from around the country embark on a very important discussion about sisterhood.


    Get the book at http://www.amazon.com/Sisterhood-Exchange-Michelle-Hollinger-ebook/dp/B00T72LPK6/ref=sr_1_1_twi_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1424898704&sr=8-1&keywords=the+sisterhood+exchange+paperback, fix yourself a cup of tea or pour a glass of wine and join us for what is likely to be the most awesome book club you've ever experienced!

  • 01:02

    The Sisterhood Exchange Book Club, session 3

    in Women

    We're up to session 3 and it gets better each week. Join Michelle and women from around the country for a book club discussion that not only explores a good book, it also explores how women can discover and live their purpose by embracing their S.O.S. - The Sisterhood of Self.


    That S.O.S. is some serious, life-changing business.


    Join us Wednesday night at 7:30pm as we begin a discussion on 'Your Thoughts, Your Life.' This chapter explores how our thoughts impact our lives and our S.O.S., which is the foundation for a woman's life.


    If you haven't gotten your book, go to Amazon for either the e-book or the paperback. For autographerd copies, please go to my website.


    Thank you for tuning in!!

  • 01:17

    The Sisterhood Exchange Book Club, session 2

    in Women

    The book club discussion continues. Last week's launch was awesome. We discussed the book's preface and The Sisterhood of Self (S.O.S). This week's discussion will include a quick review before we delve into chapter 1, 'Disconnect to Connect;' which essentially says that if you're really serious about reaching your goals, tuning out the external noise is absolutely essential.


    Get the book at http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_0_22?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=the+sisterhood+exchange+paperback&sprefix=the+sisterhood+exchang%2Caps%2C391 and join the discussion!


    Autographed copies available at www.michellehollinger.com.

  • 00:52

    The Sisterhood Exchange Book Club, session 4

    in Women

    Join host and book club facilitator, Michelle Hollinger, for session 4 of The Sisterhood Exchange book club. The first three sessions have been awesome. We're now up to the chapter that has gotten a LOT of feedback - Listen to Your Inner Critic - and Then Tell Her That She's Been Demoted!


    We all have her. That voice within that can sometimes stop us from moving forward with important goals and dreams. This chapter shows you how to train her to be an ally, not an obstacle.


    If you haven't picked up your copy of the book, you can get it in paperback or e-book format at Amazon. If you want an autographed copy, please go to Michelle's website.


    Tune in Wednesdays at 7:30 pm. Call in at 646-595-2081  with your questions, comments or brilliant insights.


     


     

  • 00:30

    How (and why) to Embrace the Sacredness of Sisterhood

    in Women

    When a woman can see herself in other women; when she can genuinely celebrate another woman's success; when a woman can feel compassion instead of judgment when another sister stumbles, she has embraced the sacredness of sisterhood.


    Sisterhood IS sacred and when women are aware of and embrace this power, their lives can change. But how can a woman who has been betrayed or hurt by sisterhood find anything sacred about it?


    Join Michelle for a discussion on reclaiming sisterhood when all seems lost.

  • 01:01

    The Best of The Sisterhood Exchange Radio Show

    in Women

    Join host Michelle Hollinger as she takes a stroll down memory lane. Michelle will mix in hot topics from previous episodes with some of the show's new segments.


    Remember L.I.V.E? How about the 'F' word and how to stop it from ruling your life?  One of the most popular shows dealt with forgiveness and how it frees you to move forward.


    Grab a cup of tea or a glass of wine, kick back and enjoy another hour of positive radio that celebrates sisterhood.

  • 00:26

    The Sisterhood Podcast

    in Entertainment

    This is a discussion podcast about the theme and topics from The Sisterhood show, join in and let your two cents be heard.

  • 00:29

    The Sisterhood Podcast

    in Entertainment

    The Sisterhood Podcast is a discussion podcast about the theme and topics from The Sisterhood show, join in and let your two cents be heard. Hosted by Shellie Cheirs

  • 00:31

    Random thoughts on sisterhood

    in Women

    Join host Michelle Hollinger for a free flow discussion about sisterhood and the biggest gift that women can give themselves this holiday season.

  • 00:57

    The New and Improved Sisterhood Exchange Radio Show

    in Women

    The Sisterhood Exchange returns after a brief hiatus with a new format, a new original theme song and new segments. Join host Michelle Hollinger for an empowering and enlightening hour that celebrates sisterhood while providing news and insights to help women to live their lives to the fullest.


    The new format includes a new spotlight on why American women must now, more than ever, embrace their inner splendor and how, by doing so, they help women in other, more repressive countries to embrace theirs, as well. There is also a well deserved spotlight on women who are stepping outside of their comfort zones to live authentically.


    The new and improved Sisterhood Exchange offers a unique look at how women show up in their own lives and in the lives of other women.


     


     

  • 01:12

    The Sisterhood Exchange book club, session 5

    in Women

    It's one of the book's most popular, most talked about and most thought-provoking chapters. It's 'If We Knew Then, What We Know Now,' and it shines a light on how women can become fixated on the past by replaying it over and over, imagining how their lives would be different if they'd only done "this" instead of "that."


    The chapter explores why writing letters of advice to your younger self is a waste of time and energy; who you SHOULD be writing that letter to and the two most important words you can say to your younger self.


    Join Michelle Hollinger, your host and book club facilitator, for what promises to be an enlightening and powerful discussion.


    Get your copy of the book in e-book or paperback at Amazon. For autographed copies, go to michellehollinger.com.

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