Sole Source is a podcast by Red Shoes Inc. that is made by women for women. We're looking at the topics that are influencing women and the world they live in and we are shedding a light on those topics in an educational and entertaining way that leaves you inspired after each episode. This podcast is hosted by Emmy award-winning former journalist, Raquel Lamal. A new episode of Sole Source is released each Monday. Subscribe to be alerted when the latest episodes come out!
108: We're Taking a Break
Sole Source is taking a break, after more than two years of weekly shows. This is not goodbye forever, it's just ta ta for now, or as Tigger from Winnie the Pooh would say, TTFN!
It's been an honor and a privilege to bring you Sole Source each and every week. Listen in to hear what's next.
107: Understanding Yourself Better with Human Design
There are a ton of quizzes out there that you can take that will try to tell you about yourself, the type personality you have, etc. But, there are some things that you are just born with and understanding those parts of your make up can help you better interact with others and operate better in the world.
Human Design is system that brings together principles of The I Ching, astrology, chakra system, Kabbalah and quantum physics to create a Human Design Chart. I'm breaking down what this all means with Human Design expert and energetic alignment coach, Miranda Mitchell.
Connect with Miranda at miranda-mitchell.com.
106: Parenting Without Shame or Comparison
We've all done it. Looked at another mom and thought, "How does she keep it all together? I wish I could do that."
It's not fair to hold ourselves, as mothers, to these standards of perfectionism and Lisa Sugarman, author and radio show host, is here to help women find the beauty in the imperfectness of parenting.
To learn more about Lisa, or listen to her show or purchase her book, visit lisasugarman.com.
105: What Makes Good Sex with Sex and Relationship Therapist Liz Dube
Life can get crazy, tensions and can rise and our physical relationships with our partners can take a back seat. That's not always a good thing though and sometimes you need to make time for sex.
Sex and relationship therapist, Liz Dube is sharing tips on how to spice up the bedroom when you've been in a long-term relationship and the importance of making time for physical intimacy with your partner.
To connect with Liz Dube, visit lizdube.com.
104: Diversity365 Because The Battle for Equality is a Daily Struggle
In this week's episode we're talking with Kimya Nuru Dennis, the founder of a company called Diversity365.
We're discussing her unique approach to diversity and inclusion training and why she says the traditional methods for this type of training don't work.
To connect with Diversity365, visit 365diversity.com.
103: Age Reversal for Middle Aged Women. The Closest Thing to the Fountain Of Youth
We may have found the closest thing to the Fountain of Youth!
Kate Milne is a healthy aging specialist with a special focus on women. In particular, she focuses on middle-aged women (35-55) and she teaches them ways to reverse bad habits from younger years, stop and even reverse health problems as well as improve your life so you feel younger as you age.
If you want to learn more or get in touch with Kate, visit her LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/kmilne or check out her website at agesister.com.
Perfect podcast for ambitious women!
Raquel is such a delightful host! She brings forward the must listen to topics and guests that help female entrepreneurs live their best life. I was recently a guest on Sole Source and was so impressed with Raquel’s knowledge, level of preparation and enthusiasm. Our conversation felt like I was catching up with an old friend...we never skipped a beat! Raquel’s energy level is infectious, making it difficult NOT to take action on the wisdom shared with her audience. This is a must have podcast in our self development toolbox!
I am so happy I discovered this lovely podcast. I like how it started at the start of the pandemic and is still here a year later. I've been spending more time at home and this is such a great listen. Give it a try from serious to fun topics you will find something for you! ❤️
Very thoughtful in the state of the world
I listened to the newest episode on trauma. Knowing I have my own trauma that I’m dealing with I was curious what this conversation would be about. I listened to it twice, from the perspective of helping myself and then helping others or my family. I’m glad I watched this and it is a great step on understanding something so complex and unique to everyone. I will definitely stop and breath for the 60-90 seconds recommended. It’s such a great resource and unique source to think a company would consider this and apply it in the work place. Makes me happy that this is something that people can have support on at work, as you spend soo much time there.