Launching on March 1; stop being a Bitch to yourself and join the mindset revolution with empowerment coach Jess Nicks, creator of the DebitchYourBrain™ methodology. Your inner critic is a bitch, and there’s a bitch for every emotion and she gets in the way of you living the life you want. In a world of over earnest self-help, Jess brings a refreshing take on how to deal with the inner critic, and she’s on a mission to show that EVERYone has a bitch in their head, getting in the way of confidence and clarity - even the people that we assume have it all worked out and are doing better than us. The bitch isn’t biased: she targets us all. But the great news is, there are many ways to shut her up and feel more confident. Each guest gifts five tips to harness more confidence in your life. Pow!
EP10 Season Finale - tips and hacks galore
The end of the season!? Join me for a dig into the themes and commonalities among the confidence tips from all the brilliant women I caught up with this season.
Hugs and debitchings...until later this year for Season 2 xx
EP9a Your personal brand and how to build it
How are you presenting yourself to the world? Are you opening up your windows and yelling good morning to the world, or are you quietly admiring the view? Are you impatient, creating your own stepping stones, or are you patient, waiting for the water to recede? Do you wear clothes to stand out or blend in? Do you choose clothes to look like you’re in the know, or because you like the comfort? All of these things add up to your personal brand. There is no right or wrong, no black and white. It’s about getting ‘conceptual’ about who you are.
EP9 Domestic violence, singing vaginas, and women worship with Lauren Derrett
The older I get, the more f*cks I give about my community and the planet. When I took myself off the pill last year because I could hear my divine feminine calling me from under many layers of progesterone - her tone sounding rather desperate - I knew it was time to find out more about this washable period product game, and that's how I met this week's fabulous guest...
Lauren Derrett is mother of 6, author of Filter Free and founder of Wear Em Out washable period products.
‘I’ve created a pretty darn cool, totally reliable and efficient reusable pad for you to use when you period. It’s for all you eco-curious, modern women out there. It’s time to pave the way, set new trends, cross new boundaries, be the influence all while contributing to our shared one home, our innocent and affected planet.
Try it, I promise you won’t look back.’
Take a look here.
EP8 Diversity, equity and inclusion in the media with Maxine Penney
The words 'diversity and inclusion’ exploded in 2020 after the George Flyod atrocity, so I wanted to chat to a highly experienced (and FABulous) woman working in the media in this role to find out exactly what it means, and how we make changes in our thinking and behaviour.
Maxine Penney is a creative engineer, born in the UK however 'grew up as an adult' in Amsterdam for the last 12 years.
She is a creative connector, storyteller, relationship builder, content maker, natural born seller, radio co-host and social media addict....who created a bespoke creative agency called FreshhhConnections; making introductions to leading companies and the creative community within Amsterdam and Europe.
She is now the Culture Manager - Diversity, Equity & Inclusion EMEA & APAC for MediaMonks.
Connect with her here:
EP8a The unconscious bias' you hold against yourself
We are active TRYING to judge people less. We are active trying to stop stereotyping. To stop making assumptions. We are calling each other out, checking ourselves.
We are doing the work that needs to be done. We are being accountable. We are pushing things forward.
But I want to ask you something.
All this work you’re putting into being a better human, to make sure you’re not assuming, not putting people into boxes, not being a dick, not using senseless labels, how much of this are you putting into practice when you look in the mirror?
EP7a The stories we tell ourselves
The stories you tell yourself about your past dictate you place in the present, and your direction into the future.
Where does your story plot on your map? What's in store for you because of how you say things went down?
You're the author of your story. You can use Tippex if you want to. You can do a re-write.
Inspiring and confidence building
So much food for thought here. It’s great to hear interesting women speak about their work and achievements as well as discuss the ups and downs of their own thoughts and minds. Really relatable and packed with great tips that are easy to take away.
Empowering, funny and honest!
This podcast is nothing short of smacking you in the face with raw honesty and shaking you by the shoulders with the truth you have been hiding away from! All done with lots vulnerability and belly laughs along the way!
Cannot wait for more episodes and see what else this lady will bring to this podcast!
Fab, fresh, funny and insightful
Love the whole energy of this podcast. Fantastic guests, questions that lead to stories and tips in a unique and beautiful way. I love the mix of humour and “real talk” that pulls you into the dynamic as more than just an outside listener; shifting you into fully fledged participant. What a slice of gold this is.