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Caroline Hobby got her start in the Country Music scene as a member of the trio Stealing Angels. She then competed and was a finalist twice on CBS’s “The Amazing Race,” and now is an Entertainment Host and Correspondent.  Each week on the podcast, Caroline sits down and talks to the wives of your favorite country artists. In every episode, she gives you an inside look of what it’s like to be married to Luke Bryan, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line, Kane Brown, Thomas Rhett, Dan and Shay and more!  Being married to front man Michael Hobby of chart topping band A Thousand Horses, she really is able to connect on a personal, soul level with the stories of her guests. She also sits down with female entrepreneurs, influencers and all sorts of fascinating ladies! It’s honest women... honest talk!

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Caroline Hobby got her start in the Country Music scene as a member of the trio Stealing Angels. She then competed and was a finalist twice on CBS’s “The Amazing Race,” and now is an Entertainment Host and Correspondent.  Each week on the podcast, Caroline sits down and talks to the wives of your favorite country artists. In every episode, she gives you an inside look of what it’s like to be married to Luke Bryan, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line, Kane Brown, Thomas Rhett, Dan and Shay and more!  Being married to front man Michael Hobby of chart topping band A Thousand Horses, she really is able to connect on a personal, soul level with the stories of her guests. She also sits down with female entrepreneurs, influencers and all sorts of fascinating ladies! It’s honest women... honest talk!

    Rebecca Minkoff: global fashion mogul talks pivoting her business during COVID, the importance of work-family balance, being inclusive and always following her instincts.

    Rebecca Minkoff: global fashion mogul talks pivoting her business during COVID, the importance of work-family balance, being inclusive and always following her instincts.

    It was a thrill to interview Rebecca. I have been a big fan of her massive brand for years. It was awesome to have the chance to get inside her brain and understand what inspired her to go big for her dream when the odds were against her. Plus learning how she has pivoted her brand to focusing sales online during COVID and ended up having one of the brands most successful years was so inspiring. Instead of feeling defeated with the global shutdown due to corona virus and the impact that had on her business, she charted a new course where she could thrive in this new normal. That’s what really stands out to me about Rebecca. She is a trailblazer. She doesn’t wait or want everything to be perfect, she makes good with all the resources she has and then works her ass off and hires an exceptional team to execute her vision. I love that she believes so much in the team mentality. She knows she can’t do it all; she shared with me about what she looks for when she hires an employee and then how she trusts them to do their job. We also talked about how motherhood has changed her outlook on work and what inspired her to launch her SUPERWOMAN podcast featuring some of the most inspiring women from Katie Couric to Maria Sharapova.
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    • 57 min
    Becca Stevens: Priest, Author, and Founder of Thistle Farms, an organization providing a sanctuary and healing for women survivors of prostitution, trafficking and addiction.

    Becca Stevens: Priest, Author, and Founder of Thistle Farms, an organization providing a sanctuary and healing for women survivors of prostitution, trafficking and addiction.

    Becca Stevens is one of the women I look up to the most in this world. She is an Episcopalian Priest, she has written a dozen books, she is a mother of 3 grown outstanding young talented men, a wife to Marcus Hummon who is one of the most profound hit songwriters in town, she is a survivor of abuse and a safe haven for women who need healing and refuge. In this episode I broke down in tears several times bc I am so overwhelmed with all of the suffering in the world right now, especially children suffering. I think I broke down bc Becca is that holy, safe place that I knew would hold my sadness and fear, yet also guide me back to God. After the interview I couldn’t stop thinking about how much she serves those in need and suffering. I kept wondering “how does she hold all of this suffering for everyone and stay so light?” I am so burdened by sad news and it often time all-consumes me. Becca blesses all those she comes in contact with, speaks healing into their life, and turns something that feels destroyed into God’s glory. She has seen so much pain, yet she never loses faith and her love for God. Instead, she sees the beauty in life and freely expresses her sacred feelings. Lately she has been sharing her rants about life. They have deeply moved me and given me the confidence to share my own rants. This episode is a gift. Becca is a gift.
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    Canaan and Christy Smith: How hit country artist/songwriter and his wife fell in love from a chance encounter at a concert, and how life has changed since parenthood.

    Canaan and Christy Smith: How hit country artist/songwriter and his wife fell in love from a chance encounter at a concert, and how life has changed since parenthood.

    Canaan broke onto the country music scene w a #1 hit “Love you Like That.” He has weathered the ups and downs of the music industry and now has a new label home and music out under Flodia Georgia Line’s label Round Here Records. A lot of our conversation was centered around trusting God’s plan and guidance and being grateful for the blessings we have and what we have learned from highs and lows and what faith means to us. We talked about Christy and Canaan’s love story. They met at a concert and felt sparks immediately. The timing was off in the beginning but eventually the stars aligned after a blind date weekend (their story is pretty epic). Christy is a nurse practitioner and she talks about being on the front lines of the heath service during the pandemic and how she deals with her fear and practices safety, especially since they have a 9 month old baby girl at home. This couple is a shining light of faith, love, talent, perseverance, commitment and rising to whatever occasion God calls them.
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    Kady Decker: The Nashville “Purebarre” Queen and trainer to the stars talks about opening her studios before boutique fitness was all the rage 11 years ago, and how her gut instinct has always been her guiding light.

    Kady Decker: The Nashville “Purebarre” Queen and trainer to the stars talks about opening her studios before boutique fitness was all the rage 11 years ago, and how her gut instinct has always been her guiding light.

    When Kady was only 22 years old she decided to bet on herself and open up a Purbarre franchise in Nashville (purebarre is a type of workout designed to give women their perfect body). She had just graduated college and didn’t have the money to do it so she borrowed it from her parents and her newly signed NFL friend. Kady and I laughed about how naivety is bliss sometimes bc at 22 she was fearless of failure, whereas the older and more jaded we get, it is sometimes hard to take big risks. But Kady went all in and it paid off big time. Her first studio had over 100 people emailing to sign up even before the doors were open. Over 10 years and 7 studios later, Kady tells me what she has learned about being a boss, what’s most important in hiring exceptional employees, how her gut insight is the voice she ALWAYS listens to, plus we talk about her new marriage, baby on the way, and balance.
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    Caroline Hobby: this episode I take the time to introduce myself, tell you a little bit about my life and answer your burning questions for me!

    Caroline Hobby: this episode I take the time to introduce myself, tell you a little bit about my life and answer your burning questions for me!

    I have never fully introduced myself and y’all have been asking me to do a podcast interviewing myself lol, so here it is! I talk about my childhood, my dreams, dealing with feeling lost and unworthy, changing careers, my journey on CBS’s “The Amazing Race” w Jennifer Wayne, how and why I started a podcast, my emotional journey to motherhood and my must have baby items plus my long love story w Michael Hobby!
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    • 48 min
    Curry McDaniel: Founder and Owner of Curry and Co Events talks about her spiritual awakening after her darkest days and how she jumped from from corporate America to owning her own flower and Event company.

    Curry McDaniel: Founder and Owner of Curry and Co Events talks about her spiritual awakening after her darkest days and how she jumped from from corporate America to owning her own flower and Event company.

    Plus navigating racism with 4 boys and a bi-racial marriage.I met Curry when I was hosting a panel of women, for women, at Collective 615 (all women’s workspace. Curry came in and owned the place. She was funny, bright, so real and honest immediately, talented, and she spoke her vision, journey and faith to the all women audience with her whole heart. This conversation is straight up real talk. Besides talking about her passion for flowers, arrangements, decorating and design (which she is the bomb at all!!), Curry shares with me about her thoughts on divorce and moving into the next chapter of life as a single mother of 4 boys. We talk about how she’s learning to heal her soul and love herself inside and out. She walks me through real fears she faces for herself and her boys by being black. We talk about how she handles heartbreak, sadness, pain, injustice and why she is prioritizing her health and “me” time. We talk about how we have to keep coming back to love, and how God always makes a message from the mess. She shares with me her love of Disney, how she parents each boy differently due to each personality, black joy, and how she is finally realizing her true worth and talents.
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