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Welcome to She Rebel Radio, a community-driven podcast dedicated to supporting women to unlearn conventional rules and create businesses of significance.

Each Season, She Rebel Radio brings you insights and advice from noteworthy Women Entrepreneurs who strive to create more meaning, impact and purpose.

She Rebel Radio Lulu Minns

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Welcome to She Rebel Radio, a community-driven podcast dedicated to supporting women to unlearn conventional rules and create businesses of significance.

Each Season, She Rebel Radio brings you insights and advice from noteworthy Women Entrepreneurs who strive to create more meaning, impact and purpose.

    The Lesser of Wise

    The Lesser of Wise

    IMAGINE a WORLD where Women had more time to develop their GENIUS?
    Women are so often busy self-sacrificing, overgiving, overachieving, and overthinking. Lulu Minns is an award-winning coach who creates retreats for entrepreneurial women who need to find space in their lives. She is a huge believer that contraction is the KEY to expansion and supports women to find that place of solace, space, and reflection away from distractions where they can do deep and meaningful work.
    “When we face all of those external pressures, we can become disconnected from our inner wisdom and sucked into the patriarchal model of more, more, more.” - Lulu Minns
    Welcome to the International Women's Day 2022 10 part series. I’m so happy you joined us, so grab your journal and your pen and get ready to make some notes. Think of this series as a mini-retreat, where you’ll be hearing amazing insights from some unique and inspiring women. March is a great time to really feel into the year, and we're going to focus on the themes of intellect and wisdom, kindness and compassion, and wisdom and impact to feed our minds and pave a different way to success!
    “Wisdom is about experience, knowledge, and good judgment — but on a more advanced level, it's also the integration of conscious awareness.” - Lulu Minns
    Episode Highlights:
    We reconnect, refocus, restore and find the headspace free of the external pressures that women face How to integrate our experience and knowledge to create a real depth of understanding and wisdom about where we are in our lives and what we want to achieve We aquire wisdom by doing less — we need to slow down, we need to open up, and we need to invite wisdom in if we reflect on our experiences, and engage with the cycles and patterns in nature, we become wiser Three amazing journaling tools that help us reflect on how to do less, but at the same time amplify the skills and abilities that we have International Women’s Day Insight:
    “We all have an innate wisdom like a jewel inside of us that's passed down.” - Lulu Minns
    We need to connect with our wiser self; the part of our soul that can nourish and amplify the wisdom we already have, and move past the doubts that often derail us.
    Connect with Lulu Minns:
    Website and Retreats Send a Retreat Enquiry Lulu’s Online Healing and Empowerment Circle Lulu on LinkedIn Lulu on Instagram Lulu on Facebook More on the Natwest Business Accelerator:
    Business Banking | NatWest Bank NatWest Business Hub NatWest Business on Twitter Natwest Business on LinkedIn

    • 18 min
    The Wisdom of Sound with Selma Studer

    The Wisdom of Sound with Selma Studer

    Selma Studer is a certified sound therapist and Founder of GONG. After many years in the corporate world, Selma decided to follow her passion for wellness and help people do something about the stress and anxiety that ravages so many lives. She experienced her first gong bath in Thailand and quickly realized the practice was just as needed in an urban setting. Selma has now guided more than 5,500 individuals through 800+ gong baths in person and online.
    "We are sound; we're living sound, and everything that we do is a vibration." - Selma Studer.
    I’m excited to have Selma on the show today to share her wisdom on the power of sound and how we can harness it to create calm in our lives. We dig into the science behind why gong baths reduce stress and anxiety, soothe your mind and induce a meditative state by stimulating brainwave activity. Selma also guides us through a short gong bath, so close your eyes, relax and let the sound wash over you.
    “The wisdom of sound is really about this idea of coherence and harmony. So we can work with powerful vibrations and sounds to bring us back into balance, back into tune physically, mentally, spiritually, and emotionally.” - Selma Studer.
    Episode Highlights:
    Why gong baths are transformational for so many people How Selma has translated her corporate experience in communication and marketing to the soul communication of sound Why the harmonies and vibrations are an integral part of the wisdom of sound, and how they are backed by scientific research How Selma and Gong pivoted during the pandemic, how the process of producing online gong baths has worked out and what Selma has evolved over the past two years in ways she didn’t anticipate Why intent is critical, both when experiencing a gong bath and in business growth, and how to set yourself up for success in both areas International Women’s Day Insight:
    “The whole essence of the business is supporting people, meeting them where they're at, and encouraging them to take care of themselves.” - Selma.
    It is so vital to take care of your mental, physical, spiritual wellbeing. As an entrepreneur, you have to make sure that you’re taking care of yourself so that you can show up for others. Having the wisdom and intelligence to understand that you need to hold space for yourself means that you can devote yourself to serving others in your business.
    Connect with Selma Studer :
    GONG Website GONG on Instagram GONG on Facebook GONG on Twitter GONG on YouTube GONG on LinkedIn Selma Studer on Linkedin Connect with Lulu Minns:
    Website and Retreats Send a Retreat Enquiry Lulu’s Online Healing and Empowerment Circle Lulu on LinkedIn Lulu on Instagram Lulu on Facebook More on the Natwest Business Accelerator:
    Business Banking | NatWest Bank NatWest Business Hub NatWest Business on Twitter Natwest Business on LinkedIn

    • 40 min
    If Women Rose Rooted with Dr Sharon Blackie

    If Women Rose Rooted with Dr Sharon Blackie

    Dr. Sharon Blackie Sharon is an award-winning writer, an internationally recognized teacher whose work sits at the interface of psychology, mythology, and ecology. She specialises as a therapist in narrative storytelling and creative imagination, and clinical hypnotherapy. Sharon’s work is focused on the relevance of myth, fairy tales, and folk traditions to the personal, cultural and environmental problems we face today.
    “The natural world holds wisdom for all of us.” - Sharon Blackie
    I’m so excited to have Sharon on the show for this International Women’s Day series because we are discussing how women can harness the wisdom of folk tales in how we approach the problems that we face in the modern world. We explore the importance of reclaiming our feminine natures and why when women achieve success in the patriarchal wasteland, it can make us feel hollow or unbalanced. Sharon shares her research into why women have a need to align with the seasons and the moon and connect with our need to listen to a more earthy, bodied wisdom that rejects the masculine need for constant outward achievement.
    “There is a witch wound that that has followed us through the centuries that makes us a little bit fearful.” - Sharon Blackie
    Episode Highlights:
    The importance that we as women reconnect with our stories and ancestral wisdom The cultural narrative that we grow up with as women in the Western world and how it has subconsciously damaged how we interact with others in business Why women need a different approach that encompasses more of the qualities that we think of as feminine Why women are more aligned with the post-heroic story that focuses on community and contraction What we can do to take back and root ourselves within our precious ancestral sources of wisdom Sharon’s insights on how women in the second half of life can move forward and share their skills despite modern society wanting them to quietly disappear International Women’s Day Insight:
    “There are feminine qualities, which clearly women embody in spades, which are a slower, deeper, embodied wisdom.” - Sharon Blackie
    We need to harness the power of connecting with ancient feminine wisdom traditionally rooted in the earth. Recognising that feminine energy allows us a success that aligns more fully with nature’s rhythms will enable us to reject patriarchal norms and embrace our energy and power and use it to make changes in the world
    Connect with Sharon Blackie :
    Sharon Blackie’s Website Sharon Blackie on Instagram Sharon Blackie on Facebook Connect with Lulu Minns:
    Website and Retreats Send a Retreat Enquiry Lulu’s Online Healing and Empowerment Circle Lulu on LinkedIn Lulu on Instagram Lulu on Facebook More on the Natwest Business Accelerator:
    Business Banking | NatWest Bank NatWest Business Hub NatWest Business on Twitter Natwest Business on LinkedIn

    • 31 min
    The Currency of Compassion

    The Currency of Compassion

    In this masculine-centred world, power and money are so often the key currency and drivers. We’re going to explore how to pivot the focus from currency to compassion. Women are naturally more empathetic and sensitive to others, and as a result, our compassionate nature often comes to the fore — but how can we integrate that vital skill into our lives and our businesses?
    “ Flow is a feminine principle over static, which embraces collaboration over competition.” - Lulu Minns
    Compassion is our female superpower. In today’s episode, we discuss how that compassion can make a lasting change within society and business. We’re looking at why we as women often feel disconnected from traditional power structures and how we can move forwards by seeking out role models and mentors that understand the worth of stepping outside the masculine narrative of doing business.
    “We can only be compassionate to others when we start to show more compassion for ourselves.” - Lulu Minns
    Episode Highlights:
    We talk about the currency of compassion in relation to the more traditional currency model of money and power The importance of being compassionate to ourselves, to improve our compassion for others We look at why it’s not always about the answers, it’s about asking the right questions How influential figures have viewed the role of compassion and kindness within society How to introduce compassion as part of your business currency, and embrace the principle of purpose over profit International Women’s Day Insight:
    “Compassion is not a weakness, it’s a power.” - Lulu Minns
    The traditional currency of power and money is a masculine way of thinking that doesn't align with how we think and act as women.. By understanding and using the currency of compassion, women can play to their feminine strengths in business rather than considering them a weakness.
    Connect with Lulu Minns:
    Website and Retreats Send a Retreat Enquiry Lulu’s Online Healing and Empowerment Circle Lulu on LinkedIn Lulu on Instagram Lulu on Facebook More on the Natwest Business Accelerator:
    Business Banking | NatWest Bank NatWest Business Hub NatWest Business on Twitter Natwest Business on LinkedIn

    • 22 min
    Bare Kind (Banker to Bamboo) with Lucy Jeffrey

    Bare Kind (Banker to Bamboo) with Lucy Jeffrey

    Lucy Jeffrey is the founder of Bare Kind, selling bamboo socks that save endangered animals. She founded the company in 2018 when she decided she didn’t want her corporate bank job to be her lasting legacy to the world. Every pair sold has a positive impact on the lives of the animal pictured — whether that be hedgehogs and bumblebees in the UK or Orangutans and Gorillas in jungles worldwide!
    “We were able to protect 800 acres of forest last year JUST with our orangutang socks.” - Lucy Jeffery.
    Lucy joins me on the show today to discuss why her personal values of kindness and compassion prompted her to leave her corporate job to become an entrepreneur. She shares how those values intersect with her robust charity business model and describes how her Charity Impact Report helps customers understand how their sock purchase helps animals in real terms so they can connect with Bare Kind’s philosophy. Lucy also discusses why it was so crucial for her to have a clear mission for her business that centred around protecting our diverse planet and its inhabitants and how she connects her customers to that vision.
    “That network effect of speaking to other like-minded people who are there to support you is very validating.” - Lucy Jeffery.
    Episode Highlights:
    How Bare Kind was designed from the ground up to be good, and why kindness, compassion, and being a voice for animals is so important to Lucy
    How Bare Kind measures the impact of how they support each animal and what ‘sock currency’ is Lucy’s advice for managing your finances as a small business — and why she checks her business finances daily Lucy’s inspiration and process for designing and bringing a new pair of socks to life The catalyst that made Lucy jump into her business full time in 2020 and what she has learned about herself in the process Lucy’s biggest challenge as a woman in business and how the Natwest Accelerator has supported her through it International Women’s Day Insight:
    “The customer is what's fueling the business.” - Lucy Jeffery.
    Setting your intention is key when you’re managing your own business. As an entrepreneur, it’s essential to have a vision and mission that you really connect with and share with your customers. My conversation with Lucy highlighted her commitment to running her company with kindness and compassion and how aligning with her true purpose has allowed her to use her business to help others.
    Connect with Lucy Jeffrey :
    Bare Kind Website Bare Kind on Instagram Bare Kind on Facebook Bare Kind on Linkedin 2021 Charity Impact Report Connect with Lulu Minns:
    Website and Retreats Send a Retreat Enquiry Lulu’s Online Healing and Empowerment Circle Lulu on LinkedIn Lulu on Instagram Lulu on Facebook

    • 38 min
    Founding a Greener Revolution with Vic Wood

    Founding a Greener Revolution with Vic Wood

    Victoria Wood is the founder and CEO of Greener Beauty, a one-stop-shop for natural, vegan, cruelty-free beauty products with a large plastic-free section. Greener beauty was founded in 2017 and born out of Victoria’s frustration as a compassionate vegan in finding cruelty free beauty products. Victoria was a 2021 finalist for the sustainability entrepreneur of the year awards
    “Live a life that holds value and stays true to your own ethics.” - Victoria Wood
    Today on the podcast, I’m talking to Victoria Wood, founder of Greener Beauty and Greener Salons about why she left her high-stress job within the corporate IT sector to start her own business. We discuss the need for women to acknowledge the need for kindness and compassion in their lives, not only in how we act towards others but in how we care for ourselves. A passionate vegan, Victoria also shares how we can make small changes to our lifestyle to reduce our environmental impact and care for the world around us.
    “Every step of your journey is taking you closer to what you’re meant to be doing — we can’t fail at our real purpose because we’re learning lessons to get us closer to that all the time.” - Victoria Wood
    Episode Highlights:
    How Victoria’s breakdown prompted her to reflect and take charge of her life How Victoria combined her IT and problem-solving skills to found Greener Beauty. Why Victoria is committed to reducing the carbon footprint of her business, and why she promises to plant a tree for every order Victoria discusses the birthing difficulties with her business baby and the importance of learning on the job How Natwest Accelerator has supported Victoria by providing a supportive and encouraging business coach. International Women’s Day Insight:
    “It is so important to give ourselves time and space to embrace our feminine energy.” - Victoria Wood
    It is essential for women to prioritise time for themselves and embrace their feminine energy, and treat themselves with kindness and compassion. Deciding to leave a corporate masculine role that doesn’t work for you anymore often allows you to develop yourself more compassionately and authentically.
    Connect with Victoria Wood :
    Greener Beauty Website Greener Salons Website Greener Beauty on Facebook Greener Beauty Instagram Greener Beauty on Twitter Connect with Lulu Minns:
    Website and Retreats Send a Retreat Enquiry Lulu’s Online Healing and Empowerment Circle Lulu on LinkedIn Lulu on Instagram Lulu on Facebook More on the Natwest Business Accelerator:
    Business Banking | NatWest Bank NatWest Business Hub NatWest Business on Twitter Natwest Business on LinkedIn

    • 37 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Eva Jannotta ,

Honestly Lulu is amazing

Alright listen, Lulu is amazing. She’s energetic, funny, and brings profound insights and counter-status-quo ideas to this show — plus great guests. I adore Lulu’s commitment to building loyal communities of women all around the world. I feel right at home when I listen to this show. Highly recommended for self-reflective, open-minded women leaders.

sdigd2020 ,

Best podcast to guide women through a new world

This really is one of the best podcasts I’ve listened to. Lulu has a gift of making sense of a fast changing & complex world, breaking it down for her audience with clarity & in a way that deeply resonates. She shares her knowledge in a practical way with tools & practices so you really feel like you get something out of each episode. 100% recommend for any woman who is ready to step into this new world with self authority & leadership in her full feminine glory.

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