The Voice For Possibility is an impactful podcast that helps women understand their power to break through the fears of what we consider to be possible. These powerful conversations with thought leaders, entrepreneurs, doctors, authors and mothers help diminish women’s limiting beliefs and turn up the volume of what's actually possible.
#24 Finding Possibility Within The Pause
As Nicole Kolenda wraps up season 3 of The Voice For Possibility podcast, she’s sharing a message that she would love her audience to embrace: finding possibility within the pause. In this episode, Nicole shares how she has found impactful ways to slow down to thrive. While Nicole prepares for the return of her podcast after a brief hiatus, she will be focusing on this significant act.
#23 The Possibility of Being Feisty
The founder and CEO of Live Feisty, Sara Gross, believes that through storytelling, education, and community building we can shift the dial to a more inclusive culture for female athletes and active women and girls. The most feisty thing Sara has ever done is start a media company with no clue how to actually do that. Today, Feisty media continues to support and empower female athletes at all levels of performance, and is ever-expanding. Sara shares her empowering visual with Nicole in this affirming interview.
#22 Navigating The Challenges of Motherhood
Isabelle Forbes Fitzgerald is a storyteller & truth seeker who writes essays and stories that discuss topics from motherhood to marriage to family dynamics and trauma. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Rumpus, Yahoo Parenting, Brain Child, and Mama Glow.
She’s presently at work on a memoir about motherhood, identity, and healing. In this empowering interview, Nicole and Isabelle explore ways to find possibility while navigating early motherhood.
#21 Changing The Game of Running
Pilar Arthur-Snead is an RRCA Certified Run Coach (and host of The Last Tenth podcast) and believes that fitness is for everyBODY, no matter their age, size, shape, gender, current ability or physical limitation. In this conversation with Nicole, Pilar shares her belief that the only thing a runner needs is a commitment to the training process and the motivation to be one’s best self. She seeks to empower and inspire highly motivated individuals and change seekers, to move their bodies and strengthen their minds.
#20 Unlocking Secrets to Create Possibility
Kathe Crawford combines her expertise gained in her many years as a successful sales executive with the life lessons she’s learned to support women through her coaching practice. Through her memoir, Unlocking Secrets, she helps people understand that we all have a story, a past, a challenge, and trauma. Kathe takes the reader on her lifelong quest for love and belonging and the ultimate moment when she learns the only way to heal is to open her heart to the truth. Kathe’s profound bravery that she shares in her conversation with Nicole is both impactful and everlasting.
#19 What’s Possible when you understand your genetic code
Danielle Dick, Ph.D. is a Professor of Psychiatry at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, where she serves as the inaugural director of the Rutgers Addiction Research Center and holds the Greg Brown Endowed Chair in Neuroscience. She is an internationally recognized and award-winning expert on genetic and environmental influences on human behavior.
In this fascinating conversation, Nicole and Danielle discuss the many ways that our genetics affects our lives, personalities, choices, and parenting.
A Voice for Possibility has quickly become one of my new favorite podcasts. Nicole is authentic, pure, and truly inspiring. The conversations with each guest are empowering and always leaves me with the thought that anything truly is possible.
Inspiring and Empowering
Nicole’s podcast has become a part of my morning routine. The conversations she has with her guests always fill me with insight and inspiration. I am lucky to say that Nicole is a personal friend of mine, whom I met while at NYU. Her authenticity shines through and I can attest to the fact that she is every bit as awesome in person as she is on her podcast.
Nicole is a amazing. Her questions are genuine and insightful, and her energy is positive and so REAL. I feel like I’m sitting down for coffee with her and a friend all while getting the encouragement and advice I need and want. Can’t wait for more episodes!