Join business owners, artists, educators, entrepreneurs, and more for candid, raw, and funny career and money conversations. Together with education expert and financial advocate Dr. Kerry Moll, they’ll help us re-narrate the stories we tell ourselves about money, success and what it means to tap into our full potential. Say goodbye to awkward career and money conversations and hello to your best life with this brave new podcast.
Women in Politics - Running for Arkansas Senate
Ronetta Francis, candidate for Arkansas State Senate District 1, which is home to businesses such as Walmart joins our podcast.
A corporate ethics executive, attorney, mom, wife, and woman of faith, Ronetta has built her campaign focused on health/wellness, public education, economic development, and inclusion.
Women in Politics - Running for City Council
On today’s episode, I’m joined by Gayatri Agnew who is currently running for office seeking to be elected to City Council Ward 1 Seat 2 in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Gayatri’s story is absolutely one to inspire any woman to look at her community and ask, “how can I help to make it better for all of our neighbors?” We’ll talk about why City Council is so important, how she decided to run, the expenses associated with it, and why she wants to make sure every woman has a voice in her community.
Gen Z Voting in 2020
Sithara is a student and political organizer working to register college voters in Florida. As a UCLA senior planning to graduate next spring with a degree in biology, she's passionate about turning out the youth vote of her peers and making sure young people’s voices are heard.
We talk with her about growing up in the San Francisco Bay area, why she’s so active as a political organizer, how at the age of 20 she’s already had to advocate for her own pay increase, and why everyone should vote in No
Elections, Politics, and Life Lessons from a Failed Campaign
On this episode, I chat with movement building expert, and single mom by choice--Amber England. Amber has nearly two decades of experience navigating the political world in Oklahoma. Amber talks about having a career in politics, lessons learned from a failed campaign in 2016, how she thinks about compensation now that she’s a consultant and mom, and how listeners can get engaged starting today with our 2020 elections across the country.
Yoga, Small-business Pivots, and Getting Sober During Covid-19
Lynn Hancock, owner of Yoga Story in Bentonville, Arkansas, joins Talk Bravely to talk about owning a yoga studio, Covid, her mentors, and sobriety. Lynn has been a fitness professional for over a decade focusing on yoga, nutrition, and strength training. But she’s also a business superstar - she was able to flip her business and learn an entirely different skill set in order to stay afloat during a pandemic.
RVing, Camping, and Vacationing During Covid-19
Tuck yourselves in for a podcast all about vacationing during Covid-19 by RV. I’m affectionately calling this episode - TAKE YOUR DAMN VACATION. On today’s episode, I’ll share our family history of RVing, my 3 key messages about traveling the states in a camper, answer some of the most frequently asked questions about travel by RV.