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  • 01:05

    Women, Making It Happen!

    in Women

    Join host and CEO/Founder of Women About Biz for a information packed show today as she shares 7 Ways to Shift Your Business Onto A Successful Path!  What does it mean to make it happen?  How can you start being a leader in your business?  This and more will be discussed today, so get ready to be empowered with information you can put to use right away!

  • 00:33

    Women: Making the Most of Opportunities in Life

    in Fitness

    You KNOW you need to take--No! MAKE time for YOU. Now it's time to do it...No excuses!


    Lori instructs us HOW to make the most of the opportunities that are presented to us so we can live our best life. Plus she tells us all about her new ½ day seminar, WAKE UP! It’s Time to REBOOT your LIFE!


    WAKE UP! It’s Time to REBOOT your LIFE!


    Does this sound familiar?


    You ARE NOT making the most of your opportunities
    You ARE procrastinating on making important decisions
    YOUR health and well-being are suffering
    You FREQUENTLY feel overwhelmed
    ...Then you DON'T want to hit the snooze button and Miss this episode


    Joining me is Lori Beard-Daily, the Chief Now Officer for Working on Your Now! The  idea came to her a few years ago. Like many women, she wears many hats. She has worked in corporate America and has owned her own advertising and PR agency. During her 15 year stint as an entrepreneur, she penned two books and wrote three plays that were produced in Atlanta. One of the things that she says that she has learned is that it doesn’t matter what all you accomplish, unless the end result brings you fulfillment.


    Tune in to not only discover how to get that fullfillment but to also get strategies to stop missing out  on living your best life.

  • 01:01

    Kim Trent: A Leader In the Trenches and Making a Difference in the Community

    in Current Events

    Kim Trent is not one to complain and sit on the sidelines of life. She is an action person, an activist - who sees wrong and tries to make it right.  She is a true leader - with a cause and a calling.  Her passion is to help people and make a difference. Hear how she does that...and how you can too! 


    Kim Trent began her career as an award-winning city hall reporter for The Detroit News, covering the city’s housing department, Detroit City Council and the mayoral administrations of Coleman A. Young and Dennis W. Archer. She left The News in 1995.  In 1996, she moved to Cape Town, South Africa, where she earned a graduate diploma in African Studies from the University of Cape Town. She returned to the United States and after a brief stint as a city hall reporter for the Toledo Blade, joined the Washington staff of Congresswoman Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick in 1997.


    After five years as Congresswoman Kilpatrick’s Communications Director, Trent joined the staff of United States Senator Debbie Stabenow as Stabenow’s regional manager for Detroit in 2003. In 2007, she was appointed Director of Governor Jennifer M. Granholm’s southeast Michigan office, a cabinet-level position in state government. She now serves as education policy manager for Michigan Future Schools.


    She earned a bachelor’s of arts degree in journalism and Africana studies and a master’s of arts degree in communication from Wayne State University. She has completed fellowships with the American Political Science Association in Washington D.C. and the Michigan Political Leadership Program at Michigan State University. 


    Ms. Trent’s community leadership includes her service as president of Enough Sexual Assault in Detroit (SAID) African American 490 Challenge – an effort to raise more than $600,000 to process abandoned rape kits in Detroit. 

  • 00:29

    Celebrity Author Rae Luskin SPEAKS About "Women Who Are Making A Difference" 3/8

    in Marketing

    “We are here to celebrate International Women’s day.  I am blessed to have many of these wonderful women as friends, colleagues for a very long time. Others I was fortunate enough  to interview. These women inspire me everyday, they are role models, mentors, volunteers. They are aware across the globe, here and abroad that millions of women and girls are struggling. They expose the misuse of power; which results in child brides, genital mutilation, sex trafficking, violence against women. They give of their time, vast talents to inspire conversations, provide services that ensure women and girls have more choices, be it better health care, access to education, shelter and counseling. They have answered the call in their unique ways and that is why we are celebrating them today.” – Rae Luskin, “The Creative Activist” author, speaker, & coach.

  • 00:31

    The COURAGE Difference at Work: A Unique Success Guide for Women!

    in Business

    Join us today for Women Lead Radio as Michelle Bergquist, your host of Women Who Lead, interviews Sandra Ford Walston, International Speaker and Author at Sandra Ford Walston. Sandra is known as The Courage Expert - a human potential consultant who studies courage.

    Sandra will share her knowledge on how to apply courage in your career, overcome obstacles and achieve personal and professional success! Sandra has developed a tool called the “Declaration of Courageous Intention” (DCI) to guide you. Her book “The COURAGE Difference at Work: A Unique Success Guide for Women” provides the distinction beyond feminine courage, bravery, empowerment and heroics. She has identified twelve courage actions that anyone can employ to overcome your biggest obstacles.

    Sandra has authored several books and has been published in numerous magazines. She is a certified coach and certified in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® and the Enneagram. Featured on the speaker circuit as witty, provocative, concrete and insightful, she has sparked positive change in the lives of thousands of leaders each year. 


    As the CEO and Co-Founder of Connected Women of Influence, Michelle Bergquist is a passionate advocate for women in business. At Connected Women of Influence, we believe that more women need to lead in business and everything we do is center-focused on designing platforms, programs, connections and collaborative opportunities for b2b women to prosper, succeed and lead the way in business today!

  • 00:30

    Making A Difference

    in Business

    Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Barbara Eldridge, your host of Trend Setting Women, interviews Mayumi Young President & Owner of CPA MOMS, LLP. 


    Mayumi Young is a CPA, and former international finance executive, with 20 years of vast financial experience and knowledge. Mayumi left her career with Price Waterhouse working with Fortune 500 companies to use her financial expertise in a more meaningful way. As a lifestyle entrepreneur, Mayumi’s mission is to inspire and educate entrepreneurs to design and live a life that matters.


    Working in the financial niche, Mayumi has formed four mission-driven, tech-based service companies in the past 14 years, starting with her work designing custom financial literacy curriculum for kids in schools. In 2004, Mayumi built a virtual coaching company to help entrepreneurs develop money mastery. In 2008, Mayumi innovated the accounting industry when she formed CPA MOMS, LLP® – an organization that provides affordable bookkeeping & tax services to entrepreneurs while creating flexible career opportunities for talented mompreneurs. In 2013, Mayumi and her husband started a private lending practice for business owners & real estate investors, and are exploring the possible evolution of that business into a Crowd Funding platform.

  • 01:45

    Women About Biz Members Making It Happen II

    in Women

    Join us on Monday, April 18th as we celebrate and honor Women About Biz members that are making things happen in the world of business. Our honorees include: Faith Whyte, CEO/President, Concierge & Events Made Ease; Elizabeth Ausborn, Ruby Executive, It Works and Betty Scott, IT Recruiter, Career & Sales Coach.


    Also, learn about exciting events happening this with at Women About Biz!

  • 01:18

    Women About Biz Members Making It Happen!

    in Women

    Get motivated, inspired and empowered as you hear the success stories of Women About Biz Members that are Making It Happen!  Today, our featured guest will be Rhonda Frost, CEO, Flame to Success; Alicia Cole, CEO/Founder, Alliance for Safety Awareness for Patients and Angela McNeil, CEO/President, Work Hard Play Hard Transportainment!

  • 00:22

    "Thyme" Together Helping Yearning Minds Evolve

    in Motivation

    Darlene Williams Dalton creator of THYME is an inspiring woman with a very heart centered goal of bringing people together to create a community of like minded people. Darlene has created a group called THYME that meets the last Thursday of every month at 7:00 p.m. on East St. in Goderich, Ontario. It has been Darlene's desire to provide a place for people to gather and share and learn about topics and activities that inspire the individual, such as Reiki, Numerology, Shamanism, Creative Art, etc. If you are interested in attending the evening or wish to share what you do with the group call Darlene at 519-955-1628. You will not be dissappointed, always a friendly and welcoming group of men and women. No charge just bring an open heart.

  • 01:38

    Women About Biz Members Making It Happen!

    in Women

    Join host and business success coach, Trina Newby as she shares tips and resources to start and grow your business. Also, we continue to honor Women About Biz members that are making it happen! Honorees today include: Teresa Wright Johnson, CEO, MommyCare, Inc. and Donna Marie Johnson, CEO, GGene S.IS., LLC.

  • 00:27

    April 29th - what's up and making a difference

    in Radio


    "take action" reports -- feel free to call in and share who you emailed or called and what happened
    guest interview - from a very cool non-profit organization
    fake commercial
    good idea or news items
    council meeting recaps (from at least Provo and possibly other Utah cities; please call in
    personal making a difference storie
    local issue - what to do about it
    state/national issue(s) - what to do about it
    if there's time, more comedy or good idea segments

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