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  • 01:18

    A Woman's Journey to Self- Assurance with Elaine Clarke CEO of E Dev Coaching

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    On This Episode of The Beautiful Butterfly Show We Welcome Special Guest Elaine Clarke Contributing Author to " A Woman's Journey to Self- Assurance". An Anthology Compiled by Author and CEO of Ink Pen Diva Tamika Sims. Elaine Clarke is the Ceo of "Empowerment Development Coaching".
    Meet Our Guest: Elaine Clarke has 20+ years experience working with individuals looking to find direction and clarity in their career, personal life, and relationships. Many of her clients felt stuck in a particular job/career/relationship and wanted to change direction but did not know how, or where to start. Luckily, Elaine has developed a broad professional skills set, counseling knowledge and an awareness of the effective coaching methods for working with young people and adults who feel they are experiencing life’s challenges, a crisis or find themselves in a holding pattern.
    Many of Elaine’s clients aren’t sure what changes are needed in their lives when they first come to see her. They just know that “something isn’t right” and they want to change it. With her help and guidance, they are able to identify the areas of their lives that need change and then develop the strategies they need to make those changes happen.
    Elaine’s clients are those that know there is more to life. You might feel stuck in a profession/life pattern and want to explore your options in order to move forward and manifest the new. Her approach is a friendly and positive-designed to help you feel at ease in discussing your life goals.

  • 00:30

    It's Time to Have a Conversation

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    Welcome to the first broadcast of our next platform that seeks to empower and allow YOUR voice to be heard. 
    NOTE: We do not own the rights to any music that may be played during the broadcast of our show.

  • 01:34

    Blurred Lines of Race in Birth Work: A Discussion With The Dynamic Doulas!

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    Blurred Lines of Race in Birth Work
    In the past few weeks, there has been a whirlwind of rhetoric on social media when it comes to race and birth work…
    Get ready to be Awake In Birth with Denise Bolds and Nikia Lawson!
    Join the Two Dynamic Doulas as the discussion around race and birth work is pushed (pun intended) to another level. It’s time to call a spade a spade; an intervention is needed to move this ‘birth’ along!
    Denise Bolds - Holds a MSW degree, she’s Bold Doula; she’s a certified birth doula since 2014 with over 58 births. Denise is an advocate, educator, author, speaker and mentor. She’s is the producer/host of Awake in Birth! and the blogger of The Audacious Black Woman. She supports births in NYC, NJ, & CT for both private and community clients as well as provide other birth services. 
    Nikia Michelle Lawson is a certified birth doula with DONA International, she is a doula trainer as well as an experienced doula with, over 20 years in the doula profession; she has her own 501(c)(3). Nikia is the first birth doula granted a hospital contract for doula services; Nikia has evolved her work to business coaching of birth work professionals. She has invested all of 2016 learning and world wide travel to enhance her business coaching skills. No one does it better! Nikia trains birth workers to grow their business with power and success!
    To reach Denise Bolds: www.BoldDoula.com  denisebolds@gmail.com 845-797-4177
    To reach Nikia Lawson: www.facebook.com/nikia.michelle

  • 00:33


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    Author Biography for BOTL
    Molly Stevens arrived late to the writing desk but is forever grateful her second
    act took this direction instead of karaoke or trampling competitors at the all-you-
    can-eat buffet. Molly believes humor is the emollient that soothes life’s rough
    patches and promotes these convictions in her blog: Shallow Reflections. She
    won third place in the 2017 National Society of Newspaper Columnists writing
    contest and is a contributing author for These Summer Months: Stories from the
    Late Orphan Project, edited by Anne Born. She is a featured contributor for
    Humor Outcasts and part of the Bangor Daily News blogging network. Her guest
    posts have appeared on: Erma Bombeck Writer’s Workshop, Better after 50,
    Sizzling Towards 60, Mostly Blogging, and Sixty and Me. Molly grew up on a
    potato farm in northern Maine, where she wore a snowsuit over both her
    Halloween costume and her Easter dress. She lives in central Maine, and when
    she’s not writing, working or watching the New England Patriots win super bowls,
    she and her husband, Patrick, love to spend time with their son, daughter-in-law
    and two perfect grandsons. This is Molly's first book

  • 00:36

    Ep. 68 Julie's Lash-tastic Tips, Let's Talk Lashes

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    Ep. 68 Lash-tastic, Let’s Talk Lashes Julie and April discuss Julie’s secret tips to choosing, applying and wearing fantastic looking lashes.  
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    JULIE TUSSEY SHOW BIO Pop the Glam-pagne, it's time for The Julie Tussey Show!  Live guests, current events, scathing exposes! The Original Suburban Bombshell, The Big Blonde Baby, giving you the fastest, funniest, most informative 30 minutes of your life!  
    thejulietusseyshow.com facebook.com/thejulietusseyshow julietussey.mypremierdesigns.com cdbaby.com/cd/julietussey2 Produced by Gary Tussey Copyright 2017 Gary and Julie Tussey

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  • 00:20

    "Women's Grace & Grit: We Are All in Transition"

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    We live in a time of transition and whether you like it or not, change will make it's way to your life. Learn how being pro-active with change will ease the process and invite you to bring your dreams to how change shows up in your life. For choosing to be an author with change is the blessing of change.
    Whether you are in a transition of your roles, your biology, or your relationships, change invites you to be pro-active with it's process of evolving your life and the world. Women are familiar with the power and creativity of change, for our body goes through phases and stages we can learn to engage and then allow to change. 
    Join me as I talk about how to engage whatever transition has made it's way to you and engage it's invitation to enjoin with it for creating more of what you want and letting go of what no longer serves you or your life.

  • 01:00

    When the Storm is Over

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    The Storms of life happens to all of us. It's what we do when the storm is over. Join Host, Angela Carr Patterson as she discusses, When the Storm Is Over.

  • 00:19

    Reboot Your Personal Brand.. and Own Your Success- HBA Conference Pre-Workshop

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    The HBA is a global nonprofit organization comprised of individuals and organizations from across the healthcare industry committed to:
    achieving gender parity in leadership positions facilitating career and business connections and providing effective practices that enable organizations to realize the full potential of their female talent Each year the HBA hosts a conference with content specific to the development of women in the business of healthcare.  Today I have the pleasure of speaking with one of the pre–conference workshop leaders, Roz Usheroff, President of the Usheroff Institute, to learn more about her workshop titled, “Reboot Your Personal Brand.. and Own Your Success”

  • 01:05

    Innovative Voices: Monisha Mittal and Sofia Wren, Contributing Authors

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    Join us for a conversation about two of the stories in the new book: Innovative Voices: True Stories by Women Awakening a New World.
    Between Safety and Sacred: Monisha Mittal
    Going my Own Way: Sofia Wren
    Monisha Mittal is a trained facilitator, organizational consultant and expert on internal communications. As Chief Listener at Mittal Accelerated Communications, Monisha helps organizational clients design, visualize and present stories that build authentic connection with their audience. Monisha holds a BS in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a Master in Public Policy from Harvard University’s Kennedy School. Follow her on https://acuriouspointofview.wordpress.com/
    Sofia Wren helps writers and creatives ready to get themselves out there in a bigger way, to make faster progress on their writing and creative business projects. She guides them to get comfortable being seen for who they truly are and to expose their work and message to more people. She is a certified coach, World Class Healer, and currently studies at Loyola Baltimore in the M.A Program for Spiritual and Pastoral Care. Receive a free sample of her forthcoming memoir, Freedom Year, at www.sofiawren.com

  • 00:31

    Over 40 Fitness … It isn’t Too Late to Get in Shape

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    Your metabolism is slowing. Menopause is setting in. There are a ton of valid reasons why it is so hard to lose weight. But you don’t have to resign yourself to weight gain and a lack of fitness. Jay Scott is the man who can help you take control of your health.
    With no-nonsense advice and practical step, he is stopping by to show you what you have to do to take your health and fitness to the next level. He is also the owner of iScienceFit where you can benefit from personalized coaching in the comfort of your own home. Just how does he do it? Listen in and find out?
    Website: http://www.isciencefit.com/
    YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/jayscottchannel
    Podcast: http://fulldisclosurefitness.com/

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