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How to be an Ally
Welcome to this week’s LeadHERship Global show where we will be discussing “How to be an Ally” with Deanna Singh, one of America's leading experts on transformational leadership and a highly regarded leader in the field of diversity, equity and inclusion. You know, we're taught to believe that hard work and dedication will lead to success, but that's not always the case. Gender, race, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation are among the many factors that affect our chances and it's up to each of us to be allies for those who face discrimination. Today, we’re going to talk about how to support people who are underrepresented in the workplace. There's no magic wand for correcting diversity and inclusion. Change happens one person at a time, one act at a time, one word at a time. In fact, it doesn’t take a special skill or talent to be an ally for marginalized groups. Anyone can do it. In fact, people of marginalized groups can and should be allies for each other as well. What is an ally? An ally recognizes that though they are not a member of a marginalized group(s) they support, they make a concerted effort to better understand the struggle of another’s circumstances. Listen in to this week’s podcast with Deanna Singh, author, speaker and Founder and Chief Change Agent of Flying Elephant, an umbrella organization for four social ventures!
The Impact of Living a Life of Purpose
The research on purpose is very impressive. There are health benefits galore. Purpose strengthens your immune system. People with a sense of purpose are less likely to experience a stroke or become addicted to alcohol and drugs. Having a sense of purpose even cuts your risk of Alzheimer’s disease. When you live a life of purpose, you’re more efficient, and you delegate better. Best of all, a sense of purpose is linked to a longer, healthier, more satisfying life.
But, what does it mean to live a purposeful life? Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.”
In other words, to live a purposeful life means more than merely seeking adventure and pleasure. A life of purpose is a life of meaning. It’s a life where the deep yearnings of our heart and soul are met, where we’re connected and engaged with those around us. If you’re living mindfully and intentionally, you discover the purpose in each interaction. Fulfilling the yearning to connect, to matter, or to make a difference helps us to feel fulfilled and satisfied. Without purpose, people tend to be unengaged and not all that present in your day to day life.
So, how do we get more purpose? How do we bring the benefits of living a purposeful life into our own lives? Today, Cathy Dimarchos, global business advisor and an award-winning mentor, will talk with us about how purpose can bring us into the moment, and create ripple effects for generations to come!
Top Considerations When Building Psychological Safety in the Workplace
The highest-performing teams have one thing in common: psychological safety — the belief that you won’t be punished when you make a mistake.
Studies show that psychological safety allows for an open exchange of ideas, creativity, and risk-taking, — just the types of behavior that lead to market breakthroughs. It’s about creating an environment where it is safe and encouraged to express diverse ideas, solutions and innovative thoughts without fear of reprisal.
Psychological safety is key to high performing leaders, teams and organizational success. We become more open-minded, resilient, motivated, and persistent when we feel safe.
One of the main obstacles to psychological safety in the workplace is the lack of awareness about how to create the right environment. So how can you increase psychological safety on your own team? Today, we’re talking with Ruthann Weeks is the Founder and CEO of Harmony in the Workplace about creating healthy, respectful and harmonious corporate culture to attract and retain next generation talent in a global economy.
Make Your Kids Millionaires for Generational Wealth
Warren Buffet funded a $2 billion foundation for each of his children. Gloria Vanderbilt received a trust worth $36 million when she was just 15 months old. There are plenty of famous stories about one generation leaving a notable fortune for the next.
What gets less attention is the story of the average person - saving what they can, when they can, hoping to pass along something to their children —from an inheritance that amounts to a first-home down payment, to college tuition that helps a young person start out with less debt. But, did you know that over 87% of millionaires started with nothing and became wealthy in one generation? Its possible!
If you’d like to leave a legacy, it’s worth learning how to build generational wealth, whatever that looks like for you.
Today, we’ll talk with Loral Langemeier, the Owner & CEO of Integrated Wealth Systems - and a money expert, sought after speaker, entrepreneurial thought leader, and best-selling author of five books who is on a relentless mission to change the conversation about money and empower people around the world to become millionaires.
Guerrilla Publicity = Get Known Everywhere
Publicity has proven to be the most cost-effective, lucrative and powerful tool for client attraction and retention. What if there was a way that you could be that company that everybody has heard of, that is always part of the conversation, and is trusted even by people who haven’t actually experienced its product? What if there was something that can increase your business exponentially at a very low cost? There is - it's called PR-driven sales! In today’s discussion, you'll learn how to supercharge your business with free media exposure that blasts out the word about your company, products, books and services. Become a media magnet with the irresistible stories the press wants now! Jill Lublin, master strategist on how to position your business for more profitability and more visibility in the marketplace, can teach you how it’s done. Listen in!
How to Leverage Your Biorhythm for Peak Performance
While biorhythm theories have been present since ancient cultures, including those that practiced natal astrology, most theories are based on cycled periods – twenty-three days (physical/male), and twenty-eight days (emotional/female).
The physical, or male, cycle relates to coordination, physical energy, strength, and overall well-being. Twenty-three days in length, the cycle supports more awareness of times for optimum exertion and time for rest and recovery. The emotional, or female, cycle is a 28-day cycle centers around creativity, awareness, and emotional sensitivity and can be helpful in managing depression or other mood disorders.
Whether we’re aware of it or not, humans operate on a delicate biorhythm of various cycles, from the physical, intellectual, intuitive, spiritual, to even the aesthetic. Biorythms can be thought of as the body’s holistic mathematical system that can predict, or when studied, consciously control certain aspects of one’s life such as high performance, creativity, and emotional receptivity.
Biorhythms are “invisible waves of energy within the human body that are constantly in flux.” Considered unique to each person, these energy levels are thought to begin the moment we are born. But how can you leverage your biorhythm to achieve peak performance as a women?
Kayla Osterhoff has dedicated the last several years of her career to researching women's neuropsychology. Her investigative efforts into the brains and minds of women led her to a major discovery about the female biorhythm and how it provides women with unique cognitive and leadership abilities. Kayla is now dedicated to sharing her research discoveries to empower women leaders around the globe!
When I listen to a program like this, I want actionable specifics, tips I can use to further my business and professional goals. This podcast really delivers because Linda asks great questions and adds even more value from her own experience! Bravo!
Excellence and impact for high-level leaders
In today’s high yield yet often hollow-content world, impeccable quality is a rare gift. LeadHERship Global, its podcast and its CEO Linda Fisk, consistently offer highest caliber leaders, speakers and top notch best-practices business insight. For leaders with precious spare time and fierce focus on the very best, membership in LeadHERship Global and the content of these podcasts are time and energy incredibly well spent. Linda cultivates community committed to excellence and her podcasts reflect the expertise and seasoned business savvy of her guests. It is a podcast worthy of your valuable time and attention.
Conversations with Linda are guests are super inspiring! 2021 is ending and I’m looking forward to binging episodes between holiday dinners lol. Just a great medium for having inspiration for the new year!