Posts tagged Mindset
Blissdom: An Empire Built with Community, Original Content, and Kindness | Interview with Alli Worthington

From blogging to book writing, Alli Worthington has become the breadwinner amongst her family of seven. With her perseverance and the help of Google, Alli was able to build her own empire as an author, speaker, and the Blissdom Conference co-founder. Listen to this episode to learn how she's built her career and what she's learned along the way!

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How to Build Resiliency as a Woman in Male-Dominated Workplaces

Too often we chalk up our bad experiences at work to our environment. For example, a negative culture, a bad boss, monotonous work, etc. In this episode, we dive into research that shows how to build resiliency so that the stress of these factors has less impact on your life and you can thrive despite your circumstances, especially as a woman in male-dominated career fields!

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What to Do When You Encounter Male Chauvinism

Call it what you want: male chauvinism, misogyny, bro culture, being a condescending jerk, or otherwise. You know what I'm talking about. When a man treats you in a demeaning way by dismissing your ideas, giving you unsolicited and arrogant advice, or treating you more like an object than a person--that's male chauvinism. In this episode, I’m sharing my own experiences and how I’m choosing to handle these situations.

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How to Speak Up Confidently At Work

In order to inspire others and create real change, it is crucial to be confident while you’re speaking. And yet, so many people refrain from speaking up in professional settings because they doubt their belonging, they second guess their knowledge, they don't want to interrupt someone else, etc. In this podcast, I share three tips for how to confidently communicate in the workplace.

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"Too Much On Your Plate" the New Indictment for Ambitious Women

Ambitious women who enjoy taking on many projects are often told, “You have too much on your plate”. While this sentiment is often shared by well meaning people, the implications are worth considering. For many, rather than being received as an encouragement, being told “you have too much on your plate” feels like an indictment.

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Letting Go of Victimhood and Living Chronically WELL | Interview with Callie Dixon

Callie Dixon is a school psychologist, mother and content creator. Her whole life changed when she was diagnosed with interstitial cystitis. Through her blog and social media, Callie gives people the tools to get their power back and provides encouragement to those who struggle with chronic illnesses.

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