26 episodes

This is a podcast by women, for women. Each week we will showcase the extraordinary stories from real, 'ordinary' women who have curated a life they want for themselves, who are playing big and in pursuit of a vision that matters to them.
Our guests range from high-powered leaders to entrepreneurs to stay-at-home mums around the world - all sharing their views on what it means to "have it whole".
Join us each week if you're ready to be inspired, are ready to change your life, are prepared to step into your power and start believing you are worthy of living the life you want.

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Not Just Anything Rebecca Craig

    • Self-Improvement
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This is a podcast by women, for women. Each week we will showcase the extraordinary stories from real, 'ordinary' women who have curated a life they want for themselves, who are playing big and in pursuit of a vision that matters to them.
Our guests range from high-powered leaders to entrepreneurs to stay-at-home mums around the world - all sharing their views on what it means to "have it whole".
Join us each week if you're ready to be inspired, are ready to change your life, are prepared to step into your power and start believing you are worthy of living the life you want.

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    Episode 24: Kristi Rible

    Episode 24: Kristi Rible

    Today, I'm speaking to the change agent, Kristi Rible. Kristi describes herself as a cultural strategist and skillful ideator driven to big picture projects that produce societal systemic and structural change. Like so many of our guests, she wears many hats as the founder of The Huuman Group, a mom, and an instructor at Stanford teaching, the course - Motherhood & Work. In our conversation, we discuss everything from the future of work, to gender equity, to motherhood. I look forward to hearing how you find our conversation.
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    • 40 min
    Episode 23: Sarah Bagharib

    Episode 23: Sarah Bagharib

    This week, we're speaking to Sarah Bagharib, who is a lifelong humanitarian, a TEDx speaker, founder of an empowerment community for women called Crazycat, a mum and advisory member at the Singapore Muslim Women's Association and a communications professional working for Médecins Sans Frontière. Sarah talks about her journey to discovering her purpose of lending a voice for those in need and how she works every day to strengthen her own confidence to lead the life that she wants. It's an open and honest conversation full of humility and humanity and hope you'll enjoy listening.
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    • 26 min
    Episode 22: Abby Brody

    Episode 22: Abby Brody

    This week, we're speaking to Abby Brody, who's the founder and CEO of MYX, which is a startup focused on revolutionising the higher education experience. Abby is a lifelong educator whose passion for supporting the next generation in their perpetual learning journey is really evident for all to see. She herself is a lifelong learner and she brings a fresh perspective to what is needed to truly support the future of work by creating experiences for young adults to find their purpose and be what she describes as life-ready. I can't wait for you to hear our conversation and also, maybe start to think about your own journey of learning. 
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    • 34 min
    Episode 21: June Chua

    Episode 21: June Chua

    Today, I'm talking to June Chua, who is the founder of The T Project, Singapore's first and only social service for the transgender community. June describes herself as an out and proud trans woman whose boundless energy and thirst to live at what she describes as her fairytale life has really redefined activism and being a major driver on the changes that have taken place in the trans community within Singapore. Our conversation was filled with lightness and humor, as well as poignant messages around representation and inclusion. As we celebrate International Transgender Day of Visibility, let's all hope that we hear more stories like June's because I'm sure you'll agree after listening it's well worth it.
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    • 28 min
    Episode 20: Melissa MacGowan

    Episode 20: Melissa MacGowan

    Today, we're talking to the energetic Melissa McGowan based in Melbourne, Australia. Melissa is an experienced talent leader and now an entrepreneur who's on a mission to help people become their own chief energy officer. Having lived all over the world and experiencing what she describes as her own energy crisis, Melissa is focused on supporting leaders and individuals tap into their energy resources that allow them to feel truly alive and ultimately thrive. We hope you enjoy our conversation.
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    • 33 min
    Episode 19: Lavinia Thanapathy

    Episode 19: Lavinia Thanapathy

    Today we speak to Lavinia Thanapathy. Lavinia is a motivational speaker known for encouraging individuals and corporates to embrace the crazy. She's an active advocate for gender equity having been the vice president of the Singapore Council for Women's Organizations as well as chairing the Inspiring Girl's Singapore program. She is also the co-author of the Amazon bestseller, Unleash Your Voice: Powerful Public Speaking for Every Woman. On top of all this, Lavinia is a mother and step mother to five children currently based in Berlin.
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    • 31 min

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Amazing stories of resilience!

These women’s stories are so relatable and inspirational!

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