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This is THE podcast for women who are sick and tired of being quiet about the things that matter. It is time to claim your power, claim your voice, and make the changes you wish to see in the world. On this podcast we talk about the big issues, the small issues, and all the things in between that our society steeped in patriarchal perspectives says nice women shouldn't talk about. The women who are guests on this podcast are not afraid of being too loud, too bold, or too passionate. These women raise the volume on their voices, and are not quieted by people's rules, expectations, & "shoulds". This podcast was formerly the Radical Audacity podcast and is a multiple award-winning show hosted by Tiphany Kane,  the CEO of KaSa Media Productions, Executive Director of the Sonic Bloom Awards, and an award-winning podcast producer and host.In this podcast, Tiphany searches out the disruptors and change-makers who rarely follow the "shoulds" of society. Instead, they are radical and audacious in their pursuit of justice, integrity, and the causes they believe in. These people are making important changes in the world that can inspire you to buck the system and stand for what you believe in. They raise their volume and speak out about the topics they care passionately about!In this podcast, you will gain inspiration and insights from the guests and Tiphany's insights to live your life out loud. What does living life out loud mean for you, the listener? It means you live in truth, integrity, and authenticity to who you truly are deep inside. You endure pain, loss, and ridicule to live your truth out loud with no shame or hiding. You embrace creativity, ideas, and opportunities that inspire you. Living out loud means you practice radical self-love. You are revolutionary in your ability to understand your own worth & virtue. This radical self-love allows you to care for your own well-being and happiness in such a way that you are able to live a life that inspires others. You practice radical self-acceptance. You are clear on your own abilities and accepting of your own limitations. You feel no shame about any aspect of who you are or how you show up in the world. Because of this, you inspire the people who see & hear you- so raise your volume!The host, Tiphany Kane, M. Ed, lives her own radically audacious life out loud.  She left a religious cult at 19 years old and moved 3,000 miles across the country to start her life over from scratch. 20 years later, she left a toxic marriage with two young children. Most recently, Tiphany left a 20-year career in public education to start her own media production business. Tiphany has been featured in Authority Magazine, Women Who Podcast Magazine, CanvasRebel Magazine, and Shout Out LA Magazine. She also speaks across the country on various stages where she encourages women to speak up and speak out! This podcast will introduce you to people making a difference and living out loud so that you can get the inspiration you need to live your own life at full volume! Let's Break the rules, break free of the cage, and live a radical life! Remember to raise the volume of your voice...someone is listening! (This podcast started as Love & Life After Divorce, then became Radical Audacity, and is now Raise Your Volume)

Raise Your Volume Academy with Tiphany Kane Tiphany Kane

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 45 Ratings

This is THE podcast for women who are sick and tired of being quiet about the things that matter. It is time to claim your power, claim your voice, and make the changes you wish to see in the world. On this podcast we talk about the big issues, the small issues, and all the things in between that our society steeped in patriarchal perspectives says nice women shouldn't talk about. The women who are guests on this podcast are not afraid of being too loud, too bold, or too passionate. These women raise the volume on their voices, and are not quieted by people's rules, expectations, & "shoulds". This podcast was formerly the Radical Audacity podcast and is a multiple award-winning show hosted by Tiphany Kane,  the CEO of KaSa Media Productions, Executive Director of the Sonic Bloom Awards, and an award-winning podcast producer and host.In this podcast, Tiphany searches out the disruptors and change-makers who rarely follow the "shoulds" of society. Instead, they are radical and audacious in their pursuit of justice, integrity, and the causes they believe in. These people are making important changes in the world that can inspire you to buck the system and stand for what you believe in. They raise their volume and speak out about the topics they care passionately about!In this podcast, you will gain inspiration and insights from the guests and Tiphany's insights to live your life out loud. What does living life out loud mean for you, the listener? It means you live in truth, integrity, and authenticity to who you truly are deep inside. You endure pain, loss, and ridicule to live your truth out loud with no shame or hiding. You embrace creativity, ideas, and opportunities that inspire you. Living out loud means you practice radical self-love. You are revolutionary in your ability to understand your own worth & virtue. This radical self-love allows you to care for your own well-being and happiness in such a way that you are able to live a life that inspires others. You practice radical self-acceptance. You are clear on your own abilities and accepting of your own limitations. You feel no shame about any aspect of who you are or how you show up in the world. Because of this, you inspire the people who see & hear you- so raise your volume!The host, Tiphany Kane, M. Ed, lives her own radically audacious life out loud.  She left a religious cult at 19 years old and moved 3,000 miles across the country to start her life over from scratch. 20 years later, she left a toxic marriage with two young children. Most recently, Tiphany left a 20-year career in public education to start her own media production business. Tiphany has been featured in Authority Magazine, Women Who Podcast Magazine, CanvasRebel Magazine, and Shout Out LA Magazine. She also speaks across the country on various stages where she encourages women to speak up and speak out! This podcast will introduce you to people making a difference and living out loud so that you can get the inspiration you need to live your own life at full volume! Let's Break the rules, break free of the cage, and live a radical life! Remember to raise the volume of your voice...someone is listening! (This podcast started as Love & Life After Divorce, then became Radical Audacity, and is now Raise Your Volume)

    Death, Terminal Cancer, and Money: What Does it Mean to Raise Your Volume?

    Death, Terminal Cancer, and Money: What Does it Mean to Raise Your Volume?

    Big life upheavals are happening both personally and in the world at large. In the midst of the upheavals: the murder of my sister-in-law by her xhusband, the terminal cancer diagnosis of a dear friend, and expanding my business which requires looking for financing.... I'm in a place of upheaval and questioning.

    This episode is dedicated to my beautiful friend Rebecca Johnson- the host of the Podcast Love Is Not Dead, Just My Husband. Rebecca recently was diagnosed with terminal liver cancer and I'm definitely feeling the pain of that diagnosis.

    I want to celebrate Rebecca by encouraging you all to:
    1) Listen to her Podcast: Love is Not Dead, Just my Husband
    2) Follow Rebecca on Instagram: loveisnotdead_justmyhusband
    3) Listen to Rebecca's episode on this podcast where she helps us all walk through complicated grief
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    Produced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions

    • 11 min
    Honoring the Realities of Grief- An Intimate Discussion with Rebecca Johnson

    Honoring the Realities of Grief- An Intimate Discussion with Rebecca Johnson

    Grief can be complicated! Especially when the person that passed away died in a complicated way- such as murder, suicide, or an overdose. In this episode of the Raise Your Volume Podcast, host Tiphany Kane delves into the topic of grief with special guest Rebecca Johnson.

    The conversation is deeply personal and focuses on how we can navigate the complex emotions and conversations surrounding grief. Rebecca, a workplace grief response consultant and host of the podcast "Love is Not Dead, Just My Husband," brings her expertise and unique perspective to the discussion. Listeners will gain valuable insights into understanding and supporting loved ones who are experiencing grief, as well as finding ways to navigate their own grieving process.

    Tiphany and Rebecca share personal stories of loss and offer practical advice on talking about grief, creating spaces for open conversation, and embracing the complexity of emotions that come with grief.

    Throughout the episode, Tiphany and Rebecca emphasize the importance of acknowledging both the joyful and challenging aspects of grief. They highlight the need to support loved ones through their losses, offering compassion and understanding.

     While discussing their own experiences with grief, Tiphany and Rebecca create a space where listeners can feel seen and heard. The conversation is raw, vulnerable, and filled with empathy. Through their stories and insights, they remind us that grief is a universal experience, and by talking openly about it, we can find solace and healing in connecting with others who are going through similar journeys.

    Connect with Rebecca:
    Love is Not Dead, Just My Husband Podcast
    Instagram: Loveisnotdead_justmyhusband

    Other episodes you will enjoy:
    Shattering the Silence- Uncovering the Realities of Domestic Violence
    Toxic Relationships- Why Do We Get Into Them?
    Deadly Domestic Violence and Its Impact on My Family


    Support the showI want to hear from you!
    Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!
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    Produced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions

    • 59 min
    Shattering the Silence- Uncovering the Hidden Realities of Domestic Violence with Orna Walters

    Shattering the Silence- Uncovering the Hidden Realities of Domestic Violence with Orna Walters

    Domestic violence is a topic that carries a great amount of shame and misunderstanding. In this thought-provoking episode of Raise Your Volume Podcast, Tiphany Kane and guest Orna Walters delve into the dark realities of domestic violence. Tiphany reflects on her personal experience of losing her sister-in-law to domestic violence, making this topic deeply personal and important to her.

    We shatter the shame and help you to understand exactly what domestic violence is and how women get into DV situations. Our guest Orna Walters shares her personal connection to the issue after being a victim of domestic violence herself.

    Throughout the episode, we explore the patterns and cycles that can lead to toxic and abusive relationships, offering practical advice on speaking up, seeking help, and breaking free from these harmful patterns.

    As Tiphany and Orna explore the dynamics of abusive relationships, they discuss the impact of emotional and physical abuse on one's physical and mental well-being. They delve into the patterns that lead individuals into these harmful relationships and offer guidance on how to break the cycle.  Don't miss out on this crucial conversation that sheds light on the devastating impact of domestic violence and offers hope for a way out.

    If you, or someone you care about is currently a victim of domestic violence, please contact the National Domestic Abuse Hotline at thehotline.org

    Connect with Orna Walters: loveonpurpose.com


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    Produced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions

    • 1 hr
    Toxic Relationships- Why do we get into them?

    Toxic Relationships- Why do we get into them?

    Toxic Relationships...it is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and one of the precursors to violence is toxic behavior in a relationship. This episode explores toxic behaviors such as love-bombing & gas-lighting. We also talk about how our patriarchial society combined with popular culture trains us to see true love as painful and angsty. Let's raise our volume against relationships that hurt us and raise our volume for voicing our boundaries and enforcing them.

    Other episodes you may enjoy:
    (Trigger Warning) Deadly Domestic Violence and Its Impact on My Family
    Violence Against Women and the Forgotten Minority
    Fear is a Powerful Silencing Tool

    If you are in a toxic or abusive relationship, please get help! thehotline.org is the site for the National Domestic Violence Hotline.
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    Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!
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    Produced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions

    • 19 min
    Violence against Women and the Forgotten Minority Revisiting the Conversation

    Violence against Women and the Forgotten Minority Revisiting the Conversation

    This episode revisits the conversation I had with my friend, Maida Garcia about violence against women and the way minority women often get left out of the conversation. The original conversation was recorded 2 years ago- after the disappearance of Gabby Petito- a young white woman.

    I brought this conversation out again because it is very timely for a tragedy my family experienced a few weeks ago when my sister-in-law was murdered in an act of Domestic Violence.

    If you, or anyone you love is a victim of Domestic Violence please have them go to the National Domestic Violence Hotline : https://www.thehotline.org/ or call: 800-799-SAFE (7233) or text START to 88788
    Support the showI want to hear from you!
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    Produced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions

    • 1 hr 1 min
    (Trigger Warning) Deadly Domestic Violence and It's Terrible Impact on My Family

    (Trigger Warning) Deadly Domestic Violence and It's Terrible Impact on My Family

    It's been a minute since I've released an episode. (Trigger Warning)
    This is because my sister-in-law, a mother of 7, was murdered by her ex-husband about a month ago. So, as you can imagine- my family has been going through it.

    Today's episode is me explaining why I have not been able to record and tells you what happened to my sister-in-law. 

    This episode begins a series of episodes discussing domestic violence (dv) and what we can do about it as we Raise Our Volume against injustice.

    If you or someone you love is a victim of domestic violence please visit the Domestic Violence Hotline at https://www.thehotline.org/ or call: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
    Support the showI want to hear from you!
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    Produced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions

    • 15 min

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