Real, Raw and Unfiltered Conversations exploring the Intersection between Personal and Business Growth with Women Entrepreneurs, Authors, Artists and more. Host, Traci DeForge, internationally recognized business development strategist, discuss details of her own personal journeys and talks about her obstacles, barriers and how she is growing through them.
Art as a Business and a Lifestyle
Today we welcome founder and CEO of All She Makes, Svitlana Martynjuk, to talk about her passion to connect women artists all over the world. Svitlana developed All She Makes to promote women in art & business and we hear about her journey to help other women artists. You’ll hear about the history of women in the arts and the many ways she’s helped support current women artists to help them make a career out of their craft.
In This Episode:
[01:16] Svitlana’s background in art and developing her All She Makes [03:14] Statistics of women in the arts [05:14] Her inspiration to start All She Makes [06:39] Gender disparity in the Arts [10:26] This history of women in the arts [15:33] Svitlana’s art story and journey [18:52] Changing the narrative on being able to make your art a career not just a hobby [23:03] Existing opportunities for women artists
Throughout history, women were not allowed to show their art and this made a gender disparity for women who want to make art their career. Svitlana’s passion for getting women’s art displayed has helped women be able to profit off of their art pieces. As an artist, starting with your local grassroots community can be key to building your business. A community loves to support locally and this can be a great stepping stone for your art business. Svitlana wanted to build a community where women artists could feel a sense of positivity and be able to relate to others. Her goal was to help these artists know they had others to turn to in similar situations to lift them up about anything in the art and business world.
Svitlana was born and raised in the beautiful western capital region of Rivne, Ukraine. She is an artist, founder, and CEO of all SHE makes - an online directory increasing visibility for women artists worldwide.
Svitlana moved to the United States where she completed her education in Fine Art, Psychology, and Strategic Management. Inspired by the human mind and with a fascination for nature, Svitlana is a traveler at heart and appreciates experience through interaction and exploring the complexities of diversity in people. Currently works and resides in Michigan, USA.
I am additionally an artist if you are interested in exploring that side of my work https://www.svitlanas.com
Unraveling Your Subconscious Thinking
Dr. Ginger Campbell talks about her journey with passion for neuroscience, her own podcast, Brain Science, and her book, “Are You Sure? The Unconscious Origins of Certainty,” in hopes to share her knowledge with others. Listen to Dr. Campbell and expand your knowledge of the human's subconscious mind, the decision making process, and our emotional effect on memories as time goes on.
In This Episode:
[02:18] Dr. Campbell talks about beginning her podcast, Brain Science, in 2006. [06:53] Dr. Campbell’s spiritual journey and expertise in the neuroscience field. [10:44] All about her book and what she hopes to share with people. [13:01] Describing the “Feeling of Knowing”. [17:12] Individual personalities and the effects it has on their decision making processes. [20:07] Dr. Campbell describes cognitive dissonance. [27:17] Traci and Dr. Campbell speak about the process of rationalization and how it affects those dealing with addiction. [32:42] Memory recall and how it keeps changing over time. [36:51] The concept of ‘Flashbulb Memory’ and the role of our emotions. [42:54] The ‘Three Day Rule’ and following our intuition.
On her own spiritual journey, Dr. Campbell became interested in studying the unconscious mind while reading eastern and western medicine. She became fascinated by the way that science actually starts off as philosophy and turns into science and the idea of consciousness and unconsciousness to study the power of the mind became her main focus of study and research. Dr. Campbell feels strongly about educating people on the way that the brain works. The key thing she wants people to understand is knowing the way the brain works so we understand our own behavior and others behavior. It’s also important to understand that most of what our brain does is unconscious and that’s why we can do things without really thinking about them. Memory is dynamic and it can be easy to create false memories in our minds by hearing things from other people and soon enough your memories and theirs can be mixed together.
Dr. Ginger Campbell is best known for her highly respected podcast Brain Science, which launched back in 2006. She has a passion for making complex ideas accessible and helping scientists share their work with non-scientists. Dr. Campbell is also the author of "Are You Sure? The Unconscious Origins of Certainty." She lives in Birmingham, AL where she cares for veterans at the Birmingham VA Medical Center.
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Pause. Breathe. Choose: Become the CEO of Your Own Wellbeing
Our guest today is Naz Beheshti. She is the author of Pause. Breathe. Choose: Become the CEO of Your Wellbeing. Naz opens the show by diving deep into her background. Previously, Naz went through many corporate experiences including working as...
The Secrets to Stressless Success
Meet Janet McKee, the creator of the innovative and acclaimed Accelerated High Performance Program and emPower3 Leadership + Lifestyle Retreat designed to help others fuel their passion, positivity and purpose. Her book, Stressless Success: The Surprising Secrets to a life of Passion, Purpose, and Prosperity, explores how to take back your personal power in these trying times and change your life for the better forever.
Nothing is a coincidence; we create everything that happens around us. You are giving your power away when you say it’s because of outside circumstances that you’re not happy, you’re not healthy, and you’re not successful. Janet wants you to unlock true success; it’s at the palm of your hand.
Janet admits that when someone is under stress, thinking positively is challenging. However, negative thoughts can be a positive thing! Listen as Janet explains how this is possible and the importance of taking care of ourselves.
Love to Lose with Camille Martin
Meet Camille Martin, a registered dietitian, public health writer, and former chronic dieter. Her book, Love To Lose: Love Your Life and Watch the Weight Lose Itself, explores precisely why you haven't been successful losing weight and how to change all that. Camille, based on her personal and professional experience, explains why diets will never, ever work, and exactly what does.
Embrace What Matters. Ditch What Doesn’t with Kendra Adachi
Meet Kendra Adachi, founder of the Lazy Genius Collective. Kendra passionately shares how to stop doing it all for the sake of doing what matters. Her work includes hosting The Lazy Genius Podcast, blogging, and her just-released book, The Lazy Genius Way: Embrace What Matters, Ditch What Doesn’t, and Get Stuff Done.
We discuss how the idea of self-care and rest is to do whatever makes you feel like your self, which will be different for everyone. What makes you come alive!?