My morning routine
My morning routine
Aug 23, 2020
My Morning Routine
3 min
Hey iam Hemangini Tiwari, a student. Im sharing you my morning routine. I hope it will help you have productive morning routine.
Perfectly Imperfect with Christine and Regina
Perfectly Imperfect with Christine and Regina
Christine Chen & Regina Fang
#89 - What is Life Coaching?
What the heck is life coaching? Is it different from therapy? Does it actually help? Christine answers all these questions and more in this week's episode! As a full time life coach, she shares what her journey has been from starting as an event planner to a film producer, and now a life coach. She dives into how her own life has been transformed through getting life coached to now owning a successful life coaching business! Listen in as Christine does a mini coaching session with Regina about not being able to stay motivated and going through high highs and low lows, and what we uncover underneath. For life coaching with Christine, contact her here: www.xoxochristine.com Thank you to our sponsor BetterHelp! If you'd like 10% off BetterHelp counseling services, visit BetterHelp.com/pip Follow us here! PIP Stationery Gift Boxes - https://xoxo-perfectly-imperfect.myshopify.com Christine - Instagram: @xoxochristinechen; Twitter: @christinechen4 Regina - Instagram: @regina.fang; Twitter: @reginafang; At Last: @wearatlast Perfectly Imperfect - Instagram: @perfectly.imperfect.podcast; Facebook: perfectlyimperfectpodcast Remember to rate, review, and subscribe on iTunes and don't forget to tell a friend about the show :) See you guys next week! Send us feedback/questions at theperfectlyimperfectpodcast@gmail.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
1 hr 1 min
Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso
Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso
Girlboss Radio
Sallie Krawcheck Shares her Wall Street Career and How she Empowers Women Through Financial Feminism
Sallie Krawcheck is an inspiring female founder, one of the most influential women in business, and a Girlboss Rally speaker. Sallie has worked on Wall Street for most of her career and was regularly called "the most powerful woman on Wall Street.” She eventually became the CEO of Merrill Lynch, Smith Barney, US Trust, the Citi Private Bank, and Sanford C. Bernstein. She was also Chief Financial Officer for Citigroup. Over the course of her impressive career in the finance world, Sallie witnessed widespread sexism and disregard of women's investing needs.  She’s now the CEO and Co-Founder of Ellevest, a digital investment platform built by women for women, and the chair of Ellevate Network, a global network for professional women.  In this episode, learn how Sallie turned a career on Wall Street into a mission to get more money into the hands of women, why not enough women are investing and how we can narrow the gender investing gap by providing women with the right education and tools to become better investors. This episode was recorded live in front of an audience at the Girlboss Rally in 2019 with Neha Gandhi. Sign up for the Girlboss Daily to receive tips on work, life, and how to chase (and reach!) your dreams: https://bit.ly/30A14AL  Stop stressing over email and use Mailman to shield you from unimportant emails. Minimize interruptions and make your days calmer and more productive. Try Mailman for free for three weeks at http://bit.ly/mailman_gb. If you like it, use the code GIRLBOSS to save 20% on your first year. Follow Sallie on Linkedin at Sallie Krawcheck and Twitter at @SallieKrawcheck. Did you enjoy this episode of Girlboss Radio? Comment and let us know what you think on our Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, and Facebook.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
35 min
AsianBossGirl
AsianBossGirl
Melody, Helen, and Janet
Episode 91: Parking Lots, Leftovers, and Jade Bracelets - The People, Places, & Things That Shape Us
People, Places, and things - in the most simple and direct translation, they are simply the definition of a noun. But these nouns are what makeup experiences, the many experiences throughout our lives that have shaped us into who we are today. From the people who left a lasting impression on us, the places that are painted with memories, to the inanimate objects that feel more living than not...all of these experiences have left a lasting impression on us for different reasons. In the Disney movie, “Inside Out”, they touch on the topic of “core memories”. Core Memories play a pivotal role in the film and are described as memories that feel more significant than regular memories. Core Memories essentially shape your personality and define who you are today. Today, we’ll be sharing our core memories, specifically the people, places, and things that have made an impact on our lives. This episode was edited by Michelle Hsieh. --- P A R T N E R S mentioned in this episode: - Glossier: Get 10% off your first purchase at glossier.com/podcast/ABG - AAVRANI: Get 20% off your first order at AAVRANI.com with code ABG20 - KiwiCo: Get 50% off your first month + FREE shopping on any crate line at kiwico.com with code ABG - Parade: Get 20% off your order at yourparade.com/ABG with code ABG - Mint Mobile:  mintmobile.com/ABG S U B S C R I B E T O U S ! - @asianbossgirl on Apple Podcasts / Spotify / YouTube / Instagram / Twitter / Facebook - More about us at asianbossgirl.com E – M A I L U S ! - hello@asianbossgirl.com S U P P O R T U S ! - merch: asianbossgirl.myshopify.com - donation: anchor.fm/asianbossgirl/support --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/asianbossgirl/message
1 hr 5 min
The Korea File
The Korea File
The Korea File
Alternative Education (Contemporary Rebellions: South Korean Social Movements Today Ep5)
What is alternative education in Korea? To answer this question, Contemporary Rebellions welcomes Tae Wook Ha, an activist and professor of Alternative Education at Asia Life University in the city of Daejeon and Minyeong Kim, a graduate of one of the first wave of accredited Korean alternative high schools and a current staff member at the NGO World Without War. In these conversations they discuss the Law on Alternative Education Institutions that's currently in front of the National Assembly, the relationship between un-accredited alternative schools and the government, and the future of alternative education in South Korean society. The Contemporary Rebellions podcast is produced by a non-hierarchical volunteer collective based in Seoul with connections across the country. The collective is a group of long-term, bilingual English and Korean speaking international residents in Korea, with involvement in various progressive social movements. Contemporary Rebellions is open to all Korean and foreign members who share our core values, have a background in social activism and would like to join the project. This podcast is intended to be a tool for educators, activists and anyone interested in South Korean social movements. To get in touch or get involved reach out on Facebook, on Twitter @ContemporaryRe3 or via email at contemporaryrebellions@gmail.com. You can find the transcript for this episode at: docs.google.com/document/d/1nntumexOq-LUPHEtmzAHQVUzMGV0j1GmYMSQWysS5lA/edit?usp=sharing People’s Solidarity of Alternative Education: www.psae.or.kr Korean Association of Alternative Education Institutions: kaaei.hompee.org Independent artists you heard in this episode: Kevin MacLeod (Intro): www.incompetech.com Oreum Education Space student album: www.orumedu.org/notice/56790 Seon Mun Bakk Hakyo: smbschool.kr Contemporary Rebellions is on: Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/contemporaryrebellions Look for episode 98 of The Korea File in late December.
1 hr 4 min
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