Driven women have a hard time balancing their self-care and personal life with their professional goals. Each week join Alexandra Jamieson, master coach, professional creative, mom, and author, as she interviews guests who share tools, inspiration, and creative solutions while pulling back the curtain on how they run their own lives and overcame their own obstacles. If you're a driven woman, want to share your unique voice and talents with the world, and stay sane, healthy, and grounded while doing it, this is the podcast for you.
My 50 Failures Project
Thanks for joining me for this final episode of Summer 2021. I’ll be back in a few months, but I’ll be busy this autumn, as my paintings will be featured in three art shows, including the upcoming Clio Art Fair in NYC, September 9-12.
I’m honored to be named one of NYC’s Artist Corps Grant winners, which means I’ll receive city funds to create an art show for women and non-binary artists who are living and working in Brooklyn. The vision and name for the show came from what I call my “50 Failures Project,” the topic for today’s show. Join me!
You can read the full show notes at https://www.alexandrajamieson.com/blog/266
277: Learn to Say NO (to even some good things!) with Dorie Clark
If you love hearing from women who support others on their leadership journey, then today’s show is a treat for you. My guest will inspire you with tips, advice, and insights into success, positive thinking, and goal setting. Join us!
Dorie Clark is a true internet superstar. She helps people get their ideas heard in a crowded, noisy world, and she’s been honored with awards too numerous to count. Dorie has written the #1 leadership book, Stand Out, and her new book, The Long Game, will be available soon. She is a former presidential campaign spokesperson, frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review, consultant, speaker, graduate of Harvard Divinity School, producer of a Grammy-winning jazz album, and Broadway investor. The New York Times describes Dorie as an “expert at self-reinvention and helping others make changes in their lives.”
You can read the full show notes at https://www.alexandrajamieson.com/blog/265
Being the Bridge That Connects People and Energy with Solonje Burnett
Today’s show is about relationships and connection. We are discussing creativity, activism, and transparency with my inspiring guest. Join us!
Solonje Burnett is a Caribbean-American who embodies the idea of universal interconnectedness among people groups. She identifies self-care as a catalyst for community care, and she’s on a mission to give the underrepresented a seat at the table. Solonje works to shatter stereotypes, structural inequities, and biases through business practices, culture curation, strategic branding, hiring advocacy, and inclusive purpose-driven community experiences. Solonje is the epitome of a multi-passionate, multi-hyphenate woman who supports small businesses and advocates for multiple causes to bring more equity and social justice into the world.
From managing artists to creating incredible events at private venues and social clubs to producing conferences, Solonje guides healing breathwork classes and teaches radical self-care. She also sings in the Resistance Revival Chorus, which was born out of the Women’s March. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and Africana studies from Wellesley and a master’s from Emerson College in broadcast journalism.
You can read the full show notes at https://www.alexandrajamieson.com/blog/264
Don’t Call Her Gold Digger; Call Her CEO of Her Marriage
Today’s topic came in hot in two client conversations this week, so I knew it was something that needed to be addressed. Join me!
You can read the full show notes at https://www.alexandrajamieson.com/blog/263
Amplifying Voices and Stories with Courtney Napier
This season’s shows are inspired by my personal creative journey and coaching experiences over the years. The shows are for women who want to hear from and support others while learning from their creative journeys. Today’s show highlights the commitment to help people use their voices and tell their stories. Join us to learn more.
Courtney Napier is a writer, journalist, and anti-racism coach from Raleigh, NC. Her work has been published in many places, including The Appeal, Scalawag Magazine, INDY Week, and Walter Magazine. Courtney is the founder of Black Oak Society, a collective for Black creatives in North Carolina. She’s the editor-in-chief of the collective’s flagship publication BOS Zine (the fourth issue has recently been published). Courtney’s anti-racism consulting practice helps organizations with the challenges of incorporating goals, equality, and inclusion into measurable policies and practices. She created a two-day workshop, Know Better, Do Better, designed to explore the suppressed narrative and the history of white disruptors throughout American history. Those of us attending will come away with a larger sense of our capacity to change our communities and a greater sense of responsibility.
You can read the full show notes at https://www.alexandrajamieson.com/blog/262
Want to Leave Your Job? 3 Things to Do Now
This show is an unusual one in that it’s a solo episode. There is no guest; it’s just me, and I’m focusing on one topic that will resonate with many people. Do you want to leave your job? Has the pandemic affected your goals, aspirations, and what you want out of life? If your answer is YES, then take heart. You are not alone. There are three things you can do right now to be part of what’s being called “The Great Resignation.” Let’s talk about it.
You can read the full show notes at https://www.alexandrajamieson.com/blog/261
Empowering & accessible
Listening to Her Rules always brightens my day; I appreciate the wide diversity of the guests and feel that the content redirects the energy of my thinking & feelings for that day. Thank you for this series and for helping recalibrate to the stirrings of my heart & many passions.
Alexandra, host of the Her Rules Radio, highlights all aspects of self-improvement and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
So much great information
I love the down to earth vantage point of how to survive being you, and feel good!