Find out how to break through barriers, real or perceived. Get on your way to winning in business and life with the proper mindset and strategy as host Kirsten Franklin talks with women experts in their field!
Why Women Find it Hard to Ask For Help with Brooke O'Connor
Having a coach or a mentor does wonders to one's business and career - but how many of us actually recognize this and ask for help?
Research shows that men are more likely to seek out career mentors than women. In my coaching business, there have been a significant amount of male clients compared to female clients. Is there a reason behind this?
This week, Coach Kirsten Franklin talks with seasoned coach and Clinical Hypnotherapist, Brooke O'Connor, to uncover why women find it hard to ask for help. Learn what that means for the future of women in business and in the modern world, what asking for help would look like, how to start asking for help, and the one thing you need to do now when you don't know where to start.
Brooke O'Connor is a seasoned coach who helps people organize their brains and overcome whatever it takes to get results they never knew how to get before. She trained with Tony Robbins, is an NLP practitioner, and PGI Consultant for Bob Proctor. She also studied shamanic healing, as well as many more modalities, and is an avid student of mind/body medicine. She has worked in 7 countries, 3 continents, and 2 languages, and is currently back home in the United States to focus on women's health, specifically a topic close to her heart, which is overcoming fibromyalgia and chronic pain.
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Advancing Women's Leadership, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion with Fiona Macaulay
A recent study by IBM (2021)* finds that advancing women in the workplace is not a priority for 70% of the Global Organizations they surveyed. However, their research shows that "gender-inclusive companies that prioritize the advancement of women report as much as a 61% higher rate of revenue growth compared to other organizations."
It's not always obvious how we can make the greatest professional impact where we can all thrive but advancing gender equity is a clear win.
This week, Coach Kirsten speaks with Founder and CEO Fiona Macaulay on how advancing women's leadership, equity, diversity & inclusion actually benefit high-performing organizations to be as successful as possible at what they do.
Learn how you can harness the leadership and talent of every possible person, the greatest barrier to diversification in the workplace, and the role of men in gender equality.
Fiona Macaulay is the Founder and CEO, The Women Innovators and Leaders Development (WILD) Network and a Professor at the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business. She's a serial social entrepreneur, educator, and field-builder committed to helping people achieve their potential. Fiona key-notes global conferences on the topics of “Leadership for Entrepreneurs & Social Innovators” and “Women’s Entrepreneurship”. She’s a TEDx speaker, writes a popular monthly column on leadership for Inc.com, and has been featured in the New York Times.
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The Power Of Context In Raising Awareness Of Science with Dr. Jayshree Seth, Ph.D.
Science is all around us and is part of our daily lives, but somehow it has been undervalued, put behind the scenes, and underappreciated - that's what we have to change.
This week, Coach Kirsten Franklin speaks with 3M’s first-ever Chief Science Advocate appointed in 2018, Dr. Jayshree Seth, Ph.D., as she discusses the power of context in raising awareness of science.
Listen as she shares about her background and role as a Chief Science Advocate, what 3M is doing to support STEM education, and what they do to portray science in a more positive light especially for youth and women who are interested in going into the STEM industry.
If you'd like to learn more about Dr. Jayshree's STEM Advocacy and other thoughts, you can get her book "The Heart of Science: Engineering Footprints, Fingerprints, & Imprints" here: https://www.amazon.com/Heart-Science-Engineering-Footprints-Fingerprints/dp/0578785129 (All proceeds go to a Scholarship for Underrepresented Minority Women in STEM administered by the Society of Women Engineers)
Dr. Jayshree is a Corporate Scientist at 3M and holds 72 patents for a variety of innovations. She is using her scientific knowledge, technical expertise and professional experience to advocate for science. She holds an MS and a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Clarkson University New York.
You can connect with and follow Dr. Jayshree's work here:
Link to Jayshree’s creative project that she mentioned – it’s a song she wrote and sang! All proceeds go to United Way: https://www.playitforward.com/projects/344
Link to Jayshree’s talk referring to the virtuous cycle as it relates to confidence ‘gap’: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_7AUMTA-co
LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jayshree-seth-6287b45/
The Power Of Mindset Mastery: Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Reality
Everything in your life is being run by one thing: your mind.
On this week's episode, we revisit the power of your mind with Coach Kirsten Franklin and how it determines your outcomes in business, finances, relationships, health, and all other aspects of your life.
Listen as she discusses the different techniques you can use to identify and reframe automatic negative thoughts into automatic positive thoughts, and how this could change your reality and bring you a step closer to a fearless new you!
If you'd like to learn more breakthrough techniques to completely change the game for you and your business, join Coach Kirsten Franklin on a Mindset Mastery For Business Success Challenge on May 25-27, 2021. Register here to find out more: https://subdomain.csthrive.com/business-success
Reasons You've Been Learning But Not Transforming
Are you currently trying to figure out your pivot in business and in life?
If you're someone who takes in a lot of self-help books, articles or courses on a particular skill but not seeing any changes then this episode is for you!
This week, we'll revisit the reasons why you're learning but not transforming with Coach Kirsten Franklin.
Learn how to recognize the difference between learning and transformation to take you to a whole new level of performing as a business owner, employee, and human being.
Check out my books to learn more techniques on how to figure out what goes on in your mind subconsciously:
Becoming Unfu*kwithable: Breaking Through the B******t of Your Subconscious Mind (Book 1) https://www.amazon.com/Becoming-Unfuckwithable-Breaking-B******t-Subconscious-ebook/dp/B07ZTTWXXW
Becoming Unfu*kwithable: It's All About The Vibes (Book 2) https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B089SCN6NB
Me(n) Too: Dr. Kelli Palfy Ph.D. Sheds Light On Male Sexual Abuse
Since 1998, 2.78 million men in the U.S. had been victims of attempted or completed rape, and about 3% of American men—or 1 in 33—have experienced an attempted or completed rape in their lifetime (rainn.org).
But how many more boys and men have not come forward?
This week, we speak with an empowering woman leading an empowerment program for male survivors of sexual violence. Dr. Kelli Palfy Ph.D. sheds light on male sexual abuse and shares the reasons why boys and men are not as forthcoming as women, things to watch out for to prevent sexual abuse, and what you can do to help and support male sexual abuse survivors.
Check out her book MEN TOO: UNSPOKEN TRUTHS ABOUT MALE SEXUAL ABUSE at https://kellipalfy.com/books
Dr. Kelli is a former Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer who specialized in sex crimes. After retiring, she went on to get her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Alberta. She breaks barriers for being the first female author of a book dedicated solely to the topic of her research about sexual abuse against men.
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