13 episodes

A surprising Podcast showcasing Talented and Tenacious women and men who dare to be True to who they are.
This podcast is filled with candid and fun conversations about what it takes to overcome difference with tales of resilience in the face of adversity told by awesome, inspiring people.

The T-Factor Podcast MarieLine Grinda

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A surprising Podcast showcasing Talented and Tenacious women and men who dare to be True to who they are.
This podcast is filled with candid and fun conversations about what it takes to overcome difference with tales of resilience in the face of adversity told by awesome, inspiring people.

    Ep. 13: Tall girls on a mission to spreading Self-Love with 6'4" and 5'10" sister designers

    Ep. 13: Tall girls on a mission to spreading Self-Love with 6'4" and 5'10" sister designers

    Meet ex-volleyball players, 6'4" Amy Rosenthal and 5'10" Amy Black, Founders of Amalli Talli, a Tall Fashion brand dedicated to women with shopping difficulties. Tired of living in a world that didn't take their height into serious and kind consideration, the sisters show vulnerability and power to help themselves and their community change their narrative. As they put it "when style + fit come together, it is truly life changing." Emotional episode for ML! 

    • 46 min
    Ep 12: 3 Takeaways on how to Thrive in your difference with some of our best episodes

    Ep 12: 3 Takeaways on how to Thrive in your difference with some of our best episodes

    In this week's episode, you will hear the best of what T-Factor has to offer. Relive moments from some of the best episodes to remind yourself that sharing your story, finding your tribe and your support system to face adversity are key to thrive.  6'8" Katja Bavendam shares how lucky she feels to be so tall; Diandra Forrest and Dr. D. stress the importance of advocacy so people can learn about each and everyone's differences.

    • 27 min
    Ep. 11: How 6'3" CEO and Designer Natalie Matthews became an entrepreneur by necessity.

    Ep. 11: How 6'3" CEO and Designer Natalie Matthews became an entrepreneur by necessity.

    Founder of Melbourne based Height of Fashion, a fashion brand dedicated to women 5’10” and above, Natalie Matthews talks to us about clothes, advocacy and pride. With HOF, Natalie is set to create huge changes "in stylish clothing options, in social acceptance of height" and to eliminate "the strange perception that tall girls only want unflattering long clothes!"  This episode is a pure dose of pep-talk not to be missed.

    • 40 min
    Ep. 10: Taking ownership of your narrative with bad-ass Life Coach Lauren Zander

    Ep. 10: Taking ownership of your narrative with bad-ass Life Coach Lauren Zander

    Want to know how to change your life and stop waiting for lightning to strike? Join ML and Lauren in a fascinating and fun conversation about doing the right things to change the whole perspective of your professional and personal life - body and soul. Lauren is in the business of "Emotional Revolution" and is on a mission to change the world one human at a time. She did it with ML, find out what she can do for you.

    • 46 min
    Ep. 9: How 6'3" Leadership Coach Lawrese Brown teaches us to stand tall, find and use our voice in Life and the Work place.

    Ep. 9: How 6'3" Leadership Coach Lawrese Brown teaches us to stand tall, find and use our voice in Life and the Work place.

    It's always a pleasure to have guests on the podcast who have made it their life's work to help others empower themselves with tools and programs. Lawrese Brown is one of those people who clearly articulate how you should take up space in the room and use your voice with efficiency and accuracy. Ironically, at 6'3", Lawrese had to learn to do just that. She is now training students and clients to engage productively and ask for what they want.

    • 36 min
    Ep. 8: How to Challenge Perception when queer and out of the norm with performer and educator Daniel "Jomama" Jones

    Ep. 8: How to Challenge Perception when queer and out of the norm with performer and educator Daniel "Jomama" Jones

    It's not often that you come across an enlightened person, someone who is a student of emotions and the human condition and made it their life's work. Daniel Alexander Jones is scholar who created the magnificent Jomama Jones as his "highest, deepest expression of his soul" and performs sold out runs Off-Broadway, including 6 weeks straight at Joe's Pub last year.

    • 33 min

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