47 episodes

Boss Maidel is a weekly podcast featuring authentic conversations with Jewish women. As women, we all face similar challenges. In this podcast we explore all dimensions of life relevant to the modern woman; motherhood, work, health, family, social interactions, etc. The goal is to create a sounding board that can facilitate growth, positivity and a greater sense of community.

Boss Maidel Podcast Sara Ehrentreu

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Boss Maidel is a weekly podcast featuring authentic conversations with Jewish women. As women, we all face similar challenges. In this podcast we explore all dimensions of life relevant to the modern woman; motherhood, work, health, family, social interactions, etc. The goal is to create a sounding board that can facilitate growth, positivity and a greater sense of community.

    Jill Sharfman NC

    Jill Sharfman NC

    Jill Sharfman NC, is a board-certified holistic nutritionist living with her family in Los Angeles. She is the co-host along with Dr. Andrea Moskowitz of the nutrition podcast “Let My People Eat.” On each episode Jill helps to demystify confusing talk about how to maintain a healthy lifestyle while keeping kosher. The podcast is available on iTunes, Spotify, GooglePlay and at https://letmypeopleeat.com. Follow her on Instagram @jill_sharfman for more information and on Facebook @letmypeopleeatpodcast.

    • 42 min
    Chava Floryn & Dena Hurwitz

    Chava Floryn & Dena Hurwitz

    In this  episode, we talk about working though grief in order to get to the other side. Chava and Dina both stress the importance of acknowledging pain  and suffering in order to heal. By ignoring difficult emotions we are essentially  prolonging our suffering. Only once we give ourselves the grace and compassion to sit with our grief and fully experience it are we are able to move on.  

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Angela Himself

    Angela Himself

    ngela Himsel’s writing has appeared in TheNew York Times, The Jewish Week, Forward, Lilith and elsewhere. Her column Angetevka” on Zeek.net American won two American Jewish Press Association Awards.

    She grew up the seventh of eleven children in rural southern Indiana in a fundamentalist, doomsday, Christian faith. She converted to Judaism and lives in New York City. A River Could Be a Tree traces that journey.  

    • 47 min
    Lori Gottlieb

    Lori Gottlieb

    Lori Gottlieb is a psychotherapist and author of the New York Times bestseller Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, which is being adapted as a television series. In addition to her clinical practice, she writes The Atlantic’s weekly “Dear Therapist” advice column and contributes regularly to The New York Times and many other publications. Her recent TED Talk is one of the top 10 most watched of the year.

    • 35 min
    Jordana Zizmor

    Jordana Zizmor

    ordana grew up in New York City and worked in city's government Community Affairs and also in tech startups.She founded a hospitality-focused social media business and also co-founded Zero G Kitchen, which operates the first commercial kitchen on the International Space Station. Jordana loves to read and share what she is reading on her instagram @whatsjordanareading  She actually reads the books!

    • 38 min
    Leah Seigel

    Leah Seigel

    Leah Siegel is an accomplished professional in the financial industry. She has educated countless families helping them realize their goals and begin dreaming again. She is a highly sought-after speaker and is a mentor to many around the country. She has built a business around helping people reinvent their lives. Leah lives in Valencia, CA with her husband, Rabbi Jay Siegel. She is a mother of 5, and recently became a grandmother.

    • 56 min

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