Moxielicious, hosted by Alexia Vernon, is the podcast for entrepreneurial and corporate leaders who want to unapologetically speak up for themselves, their companies, and the ideas and issues that matter most to them. It’s for industry leaders who have been called to develop the voices of their people but who know they need to dial-up their own voices right along-side them. It’s for those who know they have massive thought leadership potential but often feel like they are best-kept secrets in their fields - and they are over it. Whether you call yourself a coach, consultant, entrepreneur, business or nonprofit leader OR you are in HR/talent development, you sit in the C-suite, or you sling mai tais on the beach in Hawaii half the year, if you love practical self-improvement as much as you love strategy served up with ample helpings of sass, this is the podcast for you. Learn more about Alexia's speaking, coaching, and training programs at www.AlexiaVernon.com.
404: Asking for Support as a Coach, Consultant, or Business Leader With Elayne Fluker
Elayne Fluker is an expert in asking for support, and she is the author of the new book, Get Over “I Got It” – where she encourages unapologetically ambitious women to learn how to embrace support not only for their success but also their peace of mind. As a speaker at organizations such as LinkedIn, the United Nations, the Women Presidents’ Organization, NYU, Columbia, Spelman College and Howard University, she gives women a roadmap for making empowered asks and living a fulfilled life.
403: Supplier Diversity Certification with Heather Cox and Liz Whitehead
If you’ve been interested in learning about Supplier Diversity Certification, you are a Certified Diverse Business and you want to better leverage your certification for corporate opportunities, or you are an organizational leader who wants to understand the benefits of supplier diversity, you’re going to love my guests on Moxielicious® episode 403.
402: How to Make Some Noise with Andrea Owen
Andrea Owen is the author of the new book, Make Some Noise: Speak Your Mind and Own Your Strength, as well as a global speaker and professional certified life coach who helps high-achieving women maximize unshakeable confidence and master resilience. She has taught hundreds of thousands of women tools and strategies to be able to empower themselves to live their most kick-ass life through speaking, her books, coaching, and her wildly popular podcast with over 3 million downloads.
401: Grow your movement through a signature system
In the inaugural episode of Moxielicious® season 4, I talk about how to find a signature system that allows you to grow your movement as a coach, consultant, business or thought leader.
As I share near the top of the episode, the movement that my work as a speaking coach is all about is “speaking up.” I want Step into Your Moxie® to be the go-to system for people ready to cultivate the mindset and skillset to be able to speak up for themselves, and when they speak, call people to action.
314: Restorative Justice in the Workplace with David Ryan Barcega Castro-Harris
On episode 314 of Moxielicious®, the focus is on Restorative Justice in the workplace. I’m joined by David Ryan Barcega Castro-Harris (all five names for the ancestors) – who is the son of Bien and DP and the grandson of Ruth and Yolando as well as Ruth and Jesse.
As the Founder of Amplify RJ and host of “This Restorative Justice Life” podcast, he shares the philosophy, practices, and values of Restorative Justice as antidotes to white supremacy culture.
313: Write Your Book as a Business Leader with Azul Terronez
Azul Terronez is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author and book coach who specializes in helping leaders write and publish books that elevate their brand. When he’s not hosting his podcast, Authors Who Lead, he’s working as a creativity coach with CEOs and Emmy Award-winning producers to build their confidence, improve their productivity, and increase their visibility within their companies.
A cut above
Seriously I have no time to waste listening to fluffy podcasts. I need real information as a professional speaker and thought leader, and I need it now. Alexia and her guests are the real deal. I’ve learned to never miss an episode.
I’ve been loving this show so far. Thanks for putting these resources out into the world!
At some point after years of struggling through half attempts at moxie I was spun into Lex’s vortex by random chance...or was it? She magically motivated my Moxie more more more with each program I completed. When i thought I had learned all I could from her, I still came back and got another gem. She’s got that je ne sais quoi essence. Even when we didn’t agree with each other, there was a way to still find common ground and that my friends is where the magic is!