59 episodes

The rules weren’t made for us, especially when it comes to doing business. Because the way women do business has changed: everything. They don’t get who you really are, or why you want to blow up a broken paradigm, but in the books of #herstory, your voice and vision mean everything.

Voice Lessons Podcast taps the collective wisdom of soul-led, mission-driven entrepreneurs, like you. Women (and sometimes men) who have gone rogue and are building social, spiritual, and financial wealth for themselves, their families, and the world, differently.

Author, producer, and entrepreneur Kim Kuhteubl talks to these unexpected founders about creativity, visibility, and the way that they lead offering her unapologetically feminine take on doing business.

Be Visible. Speak your truth. Every other woman needs you to lead.

Voice Lessons Podcast Kim Kuhteubl

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 41 Ratings

The rules weren’t made for us, especially when it comes to doing business. Because the way women do business has changed: everything. They don’t get who you really are, or why you want to blow up a broken paradigm, but in the books of #herstory, your voice and vision mean everything.

Voice Lessons Podcast taps the collective wisdom of soul-led, mission-driven entrepreneurs, like you. Women (and sometimes men) who have gone rogue and are building social, spiritual, and financial wealth for themselves, their families, and the world, differently.

Author, producer, and entrepreneur Kim Kuhteubl talks to these unexpected founders about creativity, visibility, and the way that they lead offering her unapologetically feminine take on doing business.

Be Visible. Speak your truth. Every other woman needs you to lead.

    A Lesson On What We Keep with Jean Lin

    A Lesson On What We Keep with Jean Lin

    Deciding the objects we surround ourselves with in our homes can be a journey of self-exploration. In this Lesson on What We Keep, Jean Lin, Founder and Curator of New York City design gallery and studio Colony, speaks about her new book, what designers make, what they collect and understanding the creative power of collecting.

    ABOUT COLONY
     
    Founded in 2014 by Jean Lin, Colony is a cooperative gallery, design studio and strategy firm with the singular aim to celebrate independent design and support the community who creates it.
     
    Colony Consult provides creative direction and design services for design studios, architecture firms, real estate developers and global manufacturers. The team utilizes design, marketing research, PR, and content creation to better articulate clients' position in the American market.
     
    Colony, the designers’ co-op, is a community of independent furniture, lighting, textiles and objects designers coming together on a New York City stage to celebrate American design with an international audience. The gallery is located at 196 W Broadway, New York, NY 10013.
     
    FOR SHOW NOTES VISIT: WWW.VOICELESSONSPODCAST.COM
     
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    • 31 min
    A Lesson on Owning the Room with Kim Kuhteubl

    A Lesson on Owning the Room with Kim Kuhteubl

    If you’ve ever shown up in a room, boardroom or otherwise, on a job site or at a conference where people don’t expect to see a woman like you, raise your hand. If you’re Generation X or older, it’s pretty much par for the course.
    Voice Lessons Podcast Creator and Co-Producer Kim Kuhteubl leads “A Lesson on Owning The Room.”
    VOICE LESSONS SHOWNOTES:  https://voicelessonspodcast.com/2024/05/17/a-lesson-on-owning-the-room-with-kim-kuhteubl
     
    VOICE LESSONS ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/voicelessonspodcast 

    • 12 min
    A Lesson On Owning Your Own Narrative with Pascale Sablan

    A Lesson On Owning Your Own Narrative with Pascale Sablan

    Meet Pascale Sablan, a visionary architect with an impressive track record of transforming the built environment. Pascale has been recognized as one of the most influential architects of her generation, with a practice characterized by a commitment to excellence, innovation, and sustainability. She currently serves as the NOMA Global President and Chief Executive Officer at Adjaye Associates, New York Studio in charge of all operations, whilst continuing to lead efforts for architectural projects, community engagement and business development.
    Pascale is not only an accomplished architect but an activist dedicated to addressing disparities in her field. She founded Beyond the Built Environment, empowering women and BIPOC designers. As the Global President of the National Organization of Minority Architects, she's a trailblazer, being the fifth woman to hold this position in the organization's 52-year legacy.
    Pascale's advocacy has earned prestigious accolades, including the Architectural League 2021 Emerging Voices award and the 2021 AIA Whitney M. Young Jr. Award. Inducted into the AIA College of Fellows, she's the youngest African American to receive this honor in its 167-year history. Pascale has received grants from the Graham Foundation and the Architects Foundation for her research and exhibitions.


    Her influence extends globally, with lectures at esteemed institutions like RIBA, the United Nations, and the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. Described as a "powerhouse woman" in the media, her work has been featured in The New York Times, NPR, and Forbes, and she was recognized by Oprah's Future Rising platform. With a Bachelor of Architecture from Pratt Institute and a Master of Science from Columbia University, Pascale Sablan, with her unique perspective, unwavering dedication, and undeniable talent, is set to shape the future of architecture for years to come.
     
    TOPICS DISCUSSED IN "OWNING YOUR OWN NARRATIVE": What is Pascale's earliest memory of being creative? The lengthy educational journey to becoming an architect 5% of Black students go into architecture school and only 3% graduate. 7 HBUs creative 65% of the students. What happened in Pascale's history of Architecture class and how it cemented her purpose as an advocate The responsibility of showing up as you are in spaces where you don't look like everyone else Architect Magazine's Erasure of Justin Garrett Moore Google and it's definition of great architects Pascale Sablan's new book set for release in September How activism isn't all always about action, it's about wholeness LINKS:  

    https://pascalesablan.com/
    https://www.adjaye.com/
    https://www.beyondthebuilt.com/say-it-loud
    https://www.noma.net/
     

    • 34 min
    A Lesson on Commitment with Rich Nichols

    A Lesson on Commitment with Rich Nichols

    In this Lesson On Commitment, Rich Nichols talks about fighting for equal pay for the US Women's soccer team. Rich shares insights into what it takes to stand up to the entire US Soccer Federation and why women are just people who get things done without any ego involved.
    Nichols was the catalyst for the USWNT quest for equal pay and created and executed the strategic media strategy that catapulted the teams push for “equal pay” to the top of international, domestic, and social media coverage and transformed the women on the USWNT into reputational pioneers for social and economic change.
     
    VOICE LESSONS SHOWNOTES: https://voicelessonspodcast.com/2024/04/19/a-lesson-on-commitment-with-rich-nichols/
     
    VOICE LESSONS ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/voicelessonspodcast
     
    All Things Being Equal: The Genesis, Costs and Aftermath of the USWNT's Equal Pay Battle

    • 41 min
    A Lesson on Mindfulness with Dr. Ellen Langer

    A Lesson on Mindfulness with Dr. Ellen Langer

    In this Lesson On Mindfulness, Dr. Ellen Langer, known as the "mother of mindfulness," shares her profound insights on mindfulness, its impact on our lives, and how it enhances leadership, especially for women.
    Dr. Ellen J. Langer is the author of more than two hundred research articles, and thirteen books including the international bestseller Mindfulness; The Power of Mindful Learning; On Becoming An Artist, and Counterclockwise: Mindful Health and the Power of Possibility; The Art of Noticing; and most recently, The Mindful Body: Thinking Our Way to Chronic Health.  Among  other numerous awards and honors, she is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, three Distinguished Scientist Awards, the Staats Award for Unifying Psychology, and the Liberty Science Genius Award.  
    She is. Widely known as the "mother of mindfulness" and the "mother of positive psychology," she has reached millions around the world with her inspirational talks, that explain with humor and clarity the deep impact of her nearly half century of research and how anyone can easily put her method of mindfulness into practice immediately.
     A member of the psychology department at Harvard University and a gallery exhibiting painter, she lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her websites is www.ellenlanger.me
     
    VOICE LESSONS SHOWNOTES: https://voicelessonspodcast.com/2024/03/22/a-lesson-on-doing-what-you-love-with-allison-eden/
     
    VOICE LESSONS ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/voicelessonspodcast

    • 25 min
    A Lesson on Doing What You Love with Allison Eden

    A Lesson on Doing What You Love with Allison Eden

    In this Lesson On Doing What You Love, Allison Eden talks about her journey as a celebrated creator in the world of glass mosaics. Allison shares insights into her creative process, the evolution of her career, and how passion drives her success.
    VOICE LESSONS SHOWNOTES: https://voicelessonspodcast.com/2024/03/22/a-lesson-on-doing-what-you-love-with-allison-eden/
    VOICE LESSONS ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/voicelessonspodcast 
     

    • 21 min

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41 Ratings

41 Ratings

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For advancing women who are on the track of leveling up their lives, this is the essential boost to help you stay on the upward trajectory. Kim masterfully combines practical insight and intuitive application in a completely empowering way.

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