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Life is too short to do anything other than what you love. In this show we'll have conversations with women who are challenging the status quo. We also share practical tips you can apply to your life, right now.

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The Audacity of She Podcast: Inspiring You To Live Your Favorite LIfe Dana Cherie: Business and Lifestyle Strategist

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

Life is too short to do anything other than what you love. In this show we'll have conversations with women who are challenging the status quo. We also share practical tips you can apply to your life, right now.

Welcome!

    207: Kara Marie Talks Entrepreneurship, Motherhood, Boudoir, and Doing it for Ourselves

    207: Kara Marie Talks Entrepreneurship, Motherhood, Boudoir, and Doing it for Ourselves

    About Kara Marie A photographer for a decade and dreamer for a lifetime, Kara Marie is an award-winning photographer and boudoir photography educator with 2 studios in Austin, TX. She believes whole-heartedly in “girl power” and her life’s work is to make sure women know how important and special they are through high-end photography experiences laden with stellar customer service and pampering. She is a capital “F” feminist until it comes to spiders…then it’s a man’s job.
    Traveling often and rocking head-to-toe black always, she is an often-too-busy career mom raising 2 incredible boys alongside her husband who is a brilliant business man and highly involved parent in his own right.
     
    What's Covered in this Episode This episode is one of my faves, for sure. Kara is super funny and easy to talk to, and one of the most focused, hard-working women I've met. Her commitment to her work and bringing her visions to life is quite inspiring. In our conversation, we talked about...
    Why Kara focuses on boudoir, and why it's important for her. Why it's worth it to hold out for the boudoir photographer you want. How Kara keeps her work fresh and interesting with a very regimented schedule (she's booked out for the rest of the year, ya'll!) Balancing life with a husband who is also an entrepreneur and two kids. What Kara is doing to expand her experience in 2018. This episode is really candid, funny, and inspiring. Kara is one of my favorite entrepreneurs right now and you will LOVE this conversation. Enjoy!!
     
    Connecting with Kara Instagram: @KaraMarieBoudoir | @KaraMariePortraits
    Websites: Kara Marie Boudoir | Kara Marie Portraits
     
    What She Read
    (Book recommendations are brought to you by Audible! Download your FREE audiobook now by visiting this site.)
    Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, & Wisdom
    by Rick Hanson
    Tribe of Mentors
    by Tim Ferriss

    • 42 min
    205: Tara Cook-Littman on Women, Revolution, & Taking the Lead

    205: Tara Cook-Littman on Women, Revolution, & Taking the Lead

    What are the most important things we can be doing as women right now?

    What can you do to create change, in a system or in your own life?

    How do you set the stage for your long term vision?

    What is the power of one voice?

    How do you stand in your power?

    Tara Cook-Littman, former New York prosecutor, turned good food advocate and mom, shares her perspective in this episode of The Audacity of She. 

    Full show notes here: https://theaudacityofshe.com/ep205/

    • 38 min
    204: Dana Roquemore on Finding and Building Your Passion

    204: Dana Roquemore on Finding and Building Your Passion

    About Dana Dana Roquemore is the founder of The Dinner Party Project. I was first introduced to Dana's work through Jenny Joy, who was a guest on Season 1 of The Audacity of She. Aside from the fact that her name is Dana Marie and mine is Dana Cherie, I had a feeling that we needed to connect because we're both interested in bringing people together for good conversation.
    What's Covered in this Episode In this conversation, Dana and I talk about...
    her early days as a stylist and event planner. How she decided to quit her part-time job, let someone else run her small business, cleaned out her savings account, and took a sabbatical, spending 2 months in Australia and New Zealand with no intention other than to take a break Her return to Orlando, and how she was able to bring both her experience and her passion together to launch The Dinner Party Project, and Her struggles with business (she's inclined toward the creative), and how she's bringing in the support she needs to scale her business. We also touch on self-awareness and knowing who we are. Why it helps to know what makes you happy, stressed out, and what your triggers are. And getting healthy and whole, so you are really in touch with yourself and whatever role you choose.
      Connecting with Dana Visit Dana's website: The Dinner Party Project
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    What She Read (Book recommendations are brought to you by Audible! Download your FREE audiobook now by visiting this site.)
    Present over Perfect Shauna Niequist
     
    Credits: I so appreciate the bright minds who give time and energy to this endeavor! Here’s who helped make this episode possible:
    Podcast Instrumental: Tazed Audio Bros.
    Podcast audio editing: Tazed Audio Bros.
    Logo Design: Dana Cherie
    Image used in creating logo: Kylee and Christian Creative

    • 21 min
    Tanya Boigenzahn on Surrender, Helping Others, & Becoming More than We Think We Are

    Tanya Boigenzahn on Surrender, Helping Others, & Becoming More than We Think We Are

    About Tanya Tanya Boigenzahn is the founder of Devanadi School of Yoga and Wellness as well as Thai Yoga Bodywork, LLC, empowering people with authentic and time-tested tools and teachings to help reach their highest potential. With 25+ years practice on the mat and 21 years teaching, she is a multi-certified yoga teacher honored to study with many luminaries of yoga over the years. She is considered a “teacher’s teacher” and is a ParaYoga® Level III Teacher, Certified Healing Touch Practicioner and Reiki Master. She was selected by Origin Magazine as one of the top 100 Yogis Changing the World in their “Powerful Leaders” issue. Tanya is also affiliated with the Himalayan Institute and is a featured teacher on YogaInternational.com.
    Tanya has a passion for helping people transform their lives for the better and is a Four Desires Certified Teacher. Deeply touched by the wealth of wisdom and clarity it brings, she offers this work in her teacher trainings, as well as in weekend workshops, retreats, and individual private as well as small group sessions.
    As a long-time wellness educator, Tanya uses this experience to help deepen students’ knowledge of the traditional practices of healing and wholeness. Annually, she offers intensives and retreats to Thailand, India, Costa Rica, and other areas in the world with rich healing traditions to go deeper and study with masters. With travel as a passion, you will often find her chanting with Buddhist monks, cooking a curry with her son, or discovering a long lost healing technique when abroad.
     
    What’s Covered in this Episode In this conversation, Tanya and I talk about…
    How she stumbled into yoga as a way to heal. How she transitioned from the West Coast dot-com world of the 1990’s to being laid off, and now running a thriving school. the moment she knew she would teach yoga for the rest of her life, and how everything we experience brings us to “this point”. Doing what you love, staying fascinated and deepening your knowledge. Being willing to be helped, and mentoring others so they can be skillful. Tanya also shares why it’s so important to her to be in selfless service — being full enough inside so that she can give to others without any loss. Joyfully showing up and offering compassion, or kindness, or assistance, and the joys of seeing a person’s burdens lifted. And we touch on intuition and getting closer to the soul.
    Tanya weaves a lot of travel into her life and though she lives in Minnesota, we chatted while she was abroad in London, which was pretty fun. Enjoy! 
    Book Recommendation: Tanya’s book of choice is actually an oracle deck!
    The Wild Kuan Yin Oracle by Alaina Fairchild
     
    Connecting with Tanya Websites:
    Devanadi School of Yoga and Wellness
    Tanya Boigenzahn

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    Credits: I so appreciate the bright minds who give time and energy to this endeavor! Here’s who helped make this episode possible:
    Podcast Instrumental: Tazed Audio Bros.
    Podcast audio editing: Tazed Audio Bros.
    Logo Design: Dana Cherie
    Image used in creating logo: Kylee and Christian Creative

    • 27 min
    Katie Lee: Lifestyle design and the power of every day.

    Katie Lee: Lifestyle design and the power of every day.

    About Katie Katie Lee is a lifestyle designer (aka: daily life coach) for lady-gogetters, the ones who can’t seem to figure out why time seems to slip past them each day. Through her bestselling book The Effortless Everyday, powerful weekly emails and Facebook Live Show The Good Day she teaches you how to do daily life so you get everything done while making it all feel effortless.
     
     
    Her adoring fans + clients have called her an insightful and gentle guide and so effing helpful! and one woman said If Oprah and Stephen Covey had a baby…you’d get Katie. She’s the perfect mix of wisdom and applicable knowledge.
    She regularly coaches busy women who are ready for better days through her Bootcamp and soon to open Good Month Club.
     
     
    And when she’s not teaching you can find her indulging in another episode of Mad Men, planning her next trip and baking cakes with her husband and dog in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
     
    Katie and I met in Todd Herman’s 90 Day Year, where I discovered that we both a.) live in Minnesota and b.) share ties to the same small town (Montevideo, MN) that nobody knows exists.
    I started following along and have enjoyed Katie’s practical, actionable tips on how to break free from busy to enjoy every day. 

     
    What’s Covered in this Episode In this conversation, Katie and I talk about…
    Daily life design, and how we can use it to live our lives more joyfully. Getting a grip on your everyday life so it doesn’t suck Going against the grain to create your own personal design Small changes that change your life Busy-ness: how to accomplish “un-busy” when you love all the things in your life and more!

    • 27 min
    Kristin Fontana: The Evolution of the Soul

    Kristin Fontana: The Evolution of the Soul

    About Kristin Kristin graduated from UCLA with a degree in Kinesiology. Following years in mainstream corporate America, Kristin had a life altering experience when she met her greates life teacher, world-renowned astrologer Jeffrey Wolf Green. She is a graduate of the School of Evolutionary Astrology and a contributor to a book “Insights Into Evolutionary Astrology – A Diverse Collection of Essays by Prominent Astrologers”. She has presented at International Astrological Conferences, The Jeffrey Wolf Green Evolutionary Astrological Conference, as well as NORWAC.
    For the past several years, she has been writing a weekly astrological forecast column for the Beach Reporter in Southern California, which is also posted on her website. Kristin is listened to worldwide on her weekly EA radio show, Guiding Stars. She lives in Ashland, Oregan with her husband, their two children, and English Mastiff Lucky.
    What’s Covered in this Episode In this conversation, Kristin and I talk about…
    Evolutionary astrology: what is it, and how does it differ from traditional astrology? Kristin’s transition from being a manistream girl in corporate Americato evolutionary astrology, as she began to ask the bigger questions of what is. How evolutionary astrology can help us to heal our relationships with ourselves and others Why it is so important to empower women to have the choice to follow what burns deep inside. How you can bring yourself, as a woman, into the world in the most actualized way possible. And a lot more. Kristin has been one of my most profound life teachers and has had a huge impact on my life. Even if you know nothing about evolutionary astrology — or astrology! — check out this episode. I promise her insights will inform your days.

    • 59 min

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