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Glorify God in your work. Start here.

The SundayMonday Show is a podcast about being bold in faith, work, and life.

It's an invitation to be the person God created you to be, both in your faith and in your career. It takes courage, conviction and community to be a woman who brings all that she is into the workplace. You're not in this alone: our mission is to equip and empower you to make it happen. Let's get to work.

The official podcast of www.theSundayMonday.co
Hosted by Jane Kennedy

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Glorify God in your work. Start here.

The SundayMonday Show is a podcast about being bold in faith, work, and life.

It's an invitation to be the person God created you to be, both in your faith and in your career. It takes courage, conviction and community to be a woman who brings all that she is into the workplace. You're not in this alone: our mission is to equip and empower you to make it happen. Let's get to work.

The official podcast of www.theSundayMonday.co
Hosted by Jane Kennedy

    12. Keeping the Faith in Hollywood

    12. Keeping the Faith in Hollywood

    Today, my girl Hayley is on the show to talk about keeping the faith in Hollywood! Her first feature film appearance is out tomorrow, in Netflix's Moxie, and she shares the crazy God moments that led to her featured role in the film. She also talks about her journey to acting and shares reflections on what it takes to pursue a big dream. Whether you have Walk of Fame aspirations or not, this is a podcast episode that will fire you up for whatever challenge you're getting ready to tackle next!



    About Hayley Hunt:

    Hayley Hunt is an actress living in Los Angeles with her dog, Benny the Jet Rodriguez. She’s a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, the current Miss Hollywood, and a student at Utah Valley University. Hayley is making her feature film debut as a featured extra in the movie Moxie, premiering March 3 on Netflix.



    Here's the Pageant Guide Hayley referred to! I published it after seven years of competition with all my secrets ;) 



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    • 26 min
    11. Painless (maybe even fun?!) Networking

    11. Painless (maybe even fun?!) Networking

    Does the idea of networking make you squirm? Do you envision awkward cocktail tables and quiet zoom happy hours? Well, we're here to bust those networking myths and offer ideas that could even make you look forward to building out your network!



    Today, I have Sophie-Anne Baril on the show and we're tackling networking. Sophie-Anne shares her story, how she's found a lot of joy and success through developing her network, and her advice to early- and mid-career professionals who are looking to build out a bigger community or pivot into a new industry. Sophie's wisdom is priceless and I'm overjoyed to share her with you!



    About Sophie-Anne:

    Sophie spent part of her childhood in Haiti and later moved to the United States.  She earned her undergraduate degree from Nova Southeastern University and her graduate degree from The George Washington University in DC.  After working in the international development sector for a few years, she transitioned into working in the public sector as a federal employee in the international economics field.  Beyond her “9 to 5,” she enjoys curating her platform @thrivebeyond5, trying new recipes, and offering pro-bono consulting for her sister’s fashion line: Rielli.



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    • 38 min
    10. MINISODE: What are you doing with your life?

    10. MINISODE: What are you doing with your life?

    In this Minisode, we're tackling a big topic: what are you doing with your life?

    The question seems overwhelming, but we've all asked it of ourselves – and usually not in a kind, encouraging way ;) How can we approach this question through the lens of faith and take proactive steps to explore what we are called to do and who we are called to be? 

    This episode offers three new questions and three actionable ways you can experience the joy, adventure, and purpose God has in store for your life!



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    • 16 min
    9. A Lent Well Spent!

    9. A Lent Well Spent!

    Happy Fat Tuesday/Mardi Gras!! If you're listening on the day we release this, tomorrow kicks off the liturgical season of Lent, forty days during which the Church is invited to pause, reflect, and offer praise, fasting, and almsgiving in preparation for our Lord's passion and resurrection. If you're like me, you might not quite know what you're giving up yet. But good news! Today's podcast is all about how we can discern and decide how God desires to grow closer to us this season.

    My guest today is one of my very best friends, Erica Carnohan! In this episode, Erica explores how the harder thing isn't always the holier thing, offers questions to reflect on as we select a fast, and shares encouragement for how we can check the true intentions behind our fasts. We also talk about Harry Potter and cold showers, so you're getting a little bit of everything. Finally, Erica poses a challenge for all of us as we enter into this season!

    Erica is a San Diego native, a graduate of UC Santa Barbara, and a former missionary for FOCUS. She recently launched her own web design and copywriting business, Seedling Site Shop, where she helps purpose-driven brands craft their message and online presence. She currently lives in Southern California with her four pet chickens.

    Here's to a fruitful and prayerful Lent – I hope this episode helps you prepare and enjoy this season!

    Links from this episode:

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    • 53 min
    8. From Ideas to Action: Entrepreneurship with Confidence

    8. From Ideas to Action: Entrepreneurship with Confidence

    This week, my guest is the inimitable Julie Larkin!

    Julie is the founder and executive director of Girl Talk, an organization dedicated to building a sisterhood of self-worth through personal storytelling, deeper conversation, and authentic friendship. Girl Talk inspires every woman - from middle schoolers to moms - to recognize and radiate her inherent dignity.

    We talk about how to move forward when you have a dream or goal that you want to pursue. Julie shares her story of building Girl Talk from a one-time residence hall event in college to a major non-profit in multiple states. We discuss the challenges of finding the “right “ idea, how to tackle fear when stepping out in faith, and ways in which we can find harmony between what we do at work and what we do at home.

    I hope you enjoy this episode and feel ready to run out and get to work :)

    ANNOUNCEMENTS

    1. Use our voice memo feature on our episode website (here) to leave your questions, comments, and stories about work. We’ll pitch your stories (anonymous or not) to our audience and share what we get back on an upcoming episode!

    2. Join me at the Yuma Center on Thursday, February 18 2021 at 8p ET for a Professional Soiree! I’ll be speaking on the five things I wish I knew when starting my first job. Tickets are $10 and 50% of the sales will go to the Kamalini Vocational Center in Gurgaon, India. To date, India is the country with the second highest number of Covid-19 cases, and Kamalini Center is in need of our support! Register here.

    More about Julie:

    Julie received her bachelors degree in psychology from The Catholic University of America and her masters in business from The Busch School of Business and Economics. Julie has spent nearly a decade working in higher-ed, not-for-profits, and startup organizations. She loves developing ideas, experiencing them come to life, and witnessing lives transformed in the process!



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    • 42 min
    7. Engaging in Interfaith Discussions

    7. Engaging in Interfaith Discussions

    This is an episode I'm so stoked to share.

    My delightful roommate (and friend of 19 years) Kayla is on the show today, and we talk all about how to have respectful and engaging interfaith discussions. Kayla is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (also referred to as the Mormon Church) and I'm Catholic. We grew up together and have seen each other grow and lean into our faiths, and now that we live together, we talk about our faith all the time.

    Kayla shares a bit about her experience on her mission in South Korea and how she made the transition back to "normal life," still with a missionary heart and purpose. We talk about sharing our faith at work, and offer ways to open up to friends who might not know much about our faith beliefs. Kayla shares some ways that we can really press into these conversations in a way that leaves everyone feeling encouraged and heard.

    I hope this episode inspires you to step out and ask questions to have these incredible and community-building conversations!

    Kayla Sallander lives in Washington, DC and is a medical student at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. She grew up in California (with Jane!) and loves to sing and swim and has watched every Marvel movie during Covid. She is an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

    • 28 min

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13 Ratings

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Inspiring and Motivational

Jane is a ray of sunshine and a pure gem in this world. She has a lot of wisdom, insight and great advice to bring to this world. Her voice is not just soothing, but her words are powerful. I was fortunate enough to go to high school with Jane, but become a friend after college in a big city. She has shared and helped me so much, and her podcast is a highlight of my day. Jane not only shares interesting information, but gives you something to think about after each episode. She has helped me a lot and I hope you helps you too!!

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Refreshing and fun

This podcast feels like my friends are sitting in my living room with me. It’s so approachable and filled with great advice from faithful women who know they aren’t perfect—that’s refreshing!

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Bold in the New Year

Great practical ways to approach the new year and to be bold in faith and work!!

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