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Walking Through Glass The Podcast is brought to you by The Leadhershift Movement. The source of authenticity is rooted in mindset mastery and personal development. The Leadhershift movement helps women find the courage and confidence to L.E.A.D (Learn, Experience, Apply, and Develop) unapologetically.

As women it is not breaking through the "glass ceiling" that shatters our confidence and erodes our self-esteem; it is the shards of glass (fear, anxiety, negative self-talk, anxiety, depression, and imposter syndrome) orchestrated by the fierce inner critic that cuts deep and threatens our sanity. It is time for a SHIFT a Leadhershift. It is time to SHIFT the way we think about ourselves as women, wives, mothers, sisters, girlfriends and how we develop and lead. There are five core elements to the S.H.I.F.T Factor (Self-Discovery, Humility, Intentionality, Focus, and Tenacity).

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Walking Through Glass: The Podcast Dr. Deena, The Catalyst

    • Self-Improvement
    • 5.0, 7 Ratings

Walking Through Glass The Podcast is brought to you by The Leadhershift Movement. The source of authenticity is rooted in mindset mastery and personal development. The Leadhershift movement helps women find the courage and confidence to L.E.A.D (Learn, Experience, Apply, and Develop) unapologetically.

As women it is not breaking through the "glass ceiling" that shatters our confidence and erodes our self-esteem; it is the shards of glass (fear, anxiety, negative self-talk, anxiety, depression, and imposter syndrome) orchestrated by the fierce inner critic that cuts deep and threatens our sanity. It is time for a SHIFT a Leadhershift. It is time to SHIFT the way we think about ourselves as women, wives, mothers, sisters, girlfriends and how we develop and lead. There are five core elements to the S.H.I.F.T Factor (Self-Discovery, Humility, Intentionality, Focus, and Tenacity).

Join Dr. Deena as she delivers real talk, real solutions, and authentic conversations about what it takes to make the SHIFT to gain Clarity, build Confidence, and remain Consistent on your journey to the BOLDEST VERSION OF YOU.

    Conscious Conversation: Mindset, Mental Health, and Total Wellness with Te'retta Hall.

    Conscious Conversation: Mindset, Mental Health, and Total Wellness with Te'retta Hall.

    "I know I can get in my own way, with doubting the work that God called me to do you know doubting that he called me to do it, doubting that I am capable of doing those things and really standing firm on that word that says, you know, those that are called. Also, equipped. And you know it's a lot easier said than done, but I feel that sometimes, I can be my own glass, and that I'm second guessing you know myself second guessing my abilities, and also procrastinating, you know, that's me myself being the glass procrastinating not prioritizing and putting forth the putting time constraints or time restraints around those different things that I'm assigned to or the different obligations that I have. So I would say that more so than anything else. I can be my own glass and I'm probably my piece of glass." Te'retta Hall.
    Welcome to Walking Through Glass: The Podcast.
    You are invited to ear-hustle in an intimate conversation where we discuss our journey, joys, and diva "hacks" that help us “walk through glass”.
    Unscripted and Real.
    We share our stories and give you our best strategies to navigate fear, anxiety, depression, limited beliefs, negative self-talk, and shut up the imposter bully beating up our self-confidence.
    Walking Through Glass: The Podcast is about the struggle we face as women on our journey which I’ve coined "walking through glass".
    This podcast is all about telling our stories and LEARNING to live our authentic TRUTH.
    Please join me in welcoming special guest Te'retta Hall.
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    • 46 min
    Race, Class, and Sisterhood: The Awakening: Moving from Awareness to Action with Jen Kinney

    Race, Class, and Sisterhood: The Awakening: Moving from Awareness to Action with Jen Kinney

    "What do I want the listeners to know about me. I am a person contending for a better world. And I'm passionate about justice, about humanity, about important conversations and how we engage them better, because I think that there is definitely. There's, there's something missing there in in a lot of conversations today. So yeah, I'm a writer a podcaster a mother I homeschool children I have a child with complex medical needs. Yeah, I'm just kind of a little bit of everything." Jen Kinney 
    Welcome to Walking Through Glass: The Podcast.
    You are invited to ear-hustle in an intimate conversation where we discuss our journey, joys, and diva "hacks" that help us “walk through glass”.
    Unscripted and Real.
    We share our stories and give you our best strategies to navigate fear, anxiety, depression, limited beliefs, negative self-talk, and shut up the imposter bully beating up our self-confidence.
    Walking Through Glass: The Podcast is about the struggle we face as women on our journey which I’ve coined "walking through glass".
    This podcast is all about telling our stories and LEARNING to live our authentic TRUTH.
    Please join me in welcoming special guest Jen Kinney.
    Meet Jen Kinney
    Jen Kinney is a writer, podcaster, and speaker.  After living abroad in Shanghai, China with her husband and children for years, she returned to a country that felt more divided than ever. Since then she has become a passionate advocate for building bridges through brave and difficult conversations, and an advocate for the every day person’s power to create change in the world. She is the co-host of Speaking of Racism Podcast and the founder of Food For Thought Dinner Parties.
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    • 1 hr 10 min
    Race, Class, and Sisterhood: Minding your mental health while advocating for social justice with Ashley Oken

    Race, Class, and Sisterhood: Minding your mental health while advocating for social justice with Ashley Oken

    "It's just, it's a matter of steering people to the right things, like you said, it's about doing what you feel like you can do without overextending yourself like I feel a lot of people have been getting into this space where people, they're so focused on educating people which is great, but you have to take care of herself, too. And I think a lot of us are forgetting about that. I certainly have, in the midst of all this." Ashley Oken
    Welcome to Walking Through Glass: The Podcast.
    You are invited to ear-hustle in an intimate conversation where we discuss our journey, joys, and diva "hacks" that help us “walk through glass”.
    Unscripted and Real.
    We share our stories and give you our best strategies to navigate fear, anxiety, depression, limited beliefs, negative self-talk, and shut up the imposter bully beating up our self-confidence.
    Walking Through Glass: The Podcast is about the struggle we face as women on our journey which I’ve coined "walking through glass".
    This podcast is all about telling our stories and LEARNING to live our authentic TRUTH.
    Please join me in welcoming special guest Ashley Oken.
    Ashley describes herself as journalist with big hair and a kind heart forever wanting the Mets to win a World Series and thinking MGK won the feud with Eminem.
    Did you  hear something JUICY👄
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    Open Invitation for Race, Class, and Sisterhood Series
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    • 59 min
    Conscious Conversation: Defining Your New Normal as you make the shift from victim to victorious with Malika Pegues

    Conscious Conversation: Defining Your New Normal as you make the shift from victim to victorious with Malika Pegues

    "finding that courage and self love to be able to get myself out of the relationship. And it almost felt like me detaching from a whole identity. And so I felt like pulling away from this individual that I was so connected to for years. It felt like there was so many pieces of me that was so intertwined with that person's identity that I didn't know what was him, or what was me, and I had to redefine who I was. That took some time, I had to hit rock bottom which is not a bad thing I was talking to a few people and I tell them all the time, hitting rock bottom is the best thing because there's only one way up, and that is up." Malika Pegues 
    Welcome to Walking Through Glass: The Podcast.
    You are invited to ear-hustle in on an intimate conversation where we discuss our journey, joys, and diva "hacks" that help us “walk through glass”.
    Unscripted and Real.
    We share our stories and give you our best strategies to navigate fear, anxiety, depression, limited beliefs, negative self-talk, and shut up the imposter bully beating up our self-confidence.
    Walking Through Glass: The Podcast is about the struggle we face as women on our journey which I’ve coined "walking through glass".
    This podcast is all about telling our stories and LEARNING to live our authentic TRUTH.
    Please join me in welcoming special guest Malika Pegues.
    Malika Pegues, also known as “The Unstoppable Mom” is a United States Air Force Veteran, Mother, Student, and an upcoming motivational speaker that focuses on the challenges of motherhood by primarily campaigning Mental Health Awareness . While raising three daughters as a single mother, Malika advocates Domestic Violence Prevention and Woman Empowerment. Originally from New York City, Malika earned her associates degree at The City University of New York Queensborough Community College primarily concentrating on the study of Psychology and is currently in pursuit of her Bachelors degree at CUNY Queens College studying Neuroscience and Therapeutic Recreation.
    Please LIKE, TELL A FRIEND, and REVIEW Walking Through Glass: The Podcast on Apple Podcast. Thanks in advance.
    Link Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/walking-through-glass-the-podcast/id1454527119
    Guest Inquiries: waywithwordmedia@gmail.com
    Social Media Instagram/Twitter: @drdeenaspeaks
    #domesticviolence #survivor #newbeginnings #singlemom #unstoppable #newyork

    • 52 min
    Race, Class, and Sisterhood: Navigating the intersectionality of Racism, Sexuality, and Living Your Truth with Pat Tietgens

    Race, Class, and Sisterhood: Navigating the intersectionality of Racism, Sexuality, and Living Your Truth with Pat Tietgens

    Love is Love and transcends racism, bigotry, and prejudice.
    "The woman that I dated before Michelle was from Taiwan, but before her, I hadn't been with anyone Asian not for any reason at all I just hadn't had that experience, but some people who recently met me would be like, Oh, your wife is Chinese and your ex-girlfriend, so you have like the yellow fever Hmm. And it really just like, like, what, like, it really really bothered me because it's like, look like you can find beautiful people everywhere in the world, beautiful people come in all colors, and all different types of, you know, it's just the idea that that people want to put it in a category like that's my type. And sometimes, you know, in the LGBTQ community especially with gay men on dating apps, sometimes people will say like, oh my type is this but not that and they'll just explicitly say like no blacks or something." Pat Tietgens
    Welcome to Walking Through Glass: The Podcast.
    You are invited to ear-hustle in on an intimate conversation where we discuss our journey, joys, and diva "hacks" that help us “walk through glass”.
    Unscripted and Real.
    We share our stories and give you our best strategies to navigate fear, anxiety, depression, limited beliefs, negative self-talk, and shut up the imposter bully beating up our self-confidence.
    This special series is all about RACE, CLASS, and SISTERHOOD. We are peeling back the layers and facing our discomfort head on about our unique experiences during this health and cultural pandemic.
    This podcast is all about telling our stories and LEARNING to live our authentic TRUTH.
    Please join me in welcoming special guest Pat Tietgens
    Please LIKE, TELL A FRIEND, and REVIEW Walking Through Glass: The Podcast on Apple Podcast. Thanks in advance.
    Link Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/walking-through-glass-the-podcast/id1454527119
    Guest Inquiries: waywithwordmedia@gmail.com
    Social Media Instagram/Twitter: @drdeenaspeaks
    #socialjustice #loveislove #pridemonth #strongertogether #blacklivesmatter #LGBTQ #podcast
     

    • 1 hr 21 min
    Race, Class, and Sisterhood: Perspective is everything when processing through the lens of social unrest with Nicole Vick

    Race, Class, and Sisterhood: Perspective is everything when processing through the lens of social unrest with Nicole Vick

    "I'm an educator I teach public health. And so I also see things through this public health, social justice lens. It can be interesting to understand things from that epidemic level and understand why things are happening the way that they are right now from that perspective. And then ultimately say but daggone it, I'm a black woman and this hurt. This is horrible. This is unfair. And I don't know what's going to happen next. So that's that weird sort of line that I walk, almost all the time." Nicole Vick
    Welcome to Walking Through Glass: The Podcast.
    You are invited to ear-hustle on an intimate conversation where we discuss our journey, joys, and diva "hacks" that help us “walk through glass”.
    Unscripted and Real.
    We share our stories and give you our best strategies to navigate fear, anxiety, depression, limited beliefs, negative self-talk, and shut up the imposter bully beating up our self-confidence.
    Walking Through Glass: The Podcast is about the struggle we face as women on our journey which I’ve coined "walking through glass".
    This podcast is all about telling our stories and LEARNING to live our authentic TRUTH.
    Meet Nicole Vick ...
    Nicole Vick is a public health professional, educator, civic leader, and image consultant who  has spent the last fifteen years providing tools and strategies to stakeholders, community-based organizations, students, and residents to improve health and prevent disease in some of Los Angeles County’s most underserved communities.
    Her commitment to community has led to a few prestigious appointments. She serves on the boards of three public health/social service organizations and for two years chaired the Health Commission for the City of Los Angeles.
    Ms. Vick has a B.S. in Public Policy and Management and Master of Public Health degrees from the USC, a place she lived less than 5 minutes away from growing up but felt beyond reach for a young girl from South Central LA.
    In her first “Pushing Through: Finding the Light in Every Lesson” she shares both the heartbreaking pain and the extraordinary triumphs that led her to advocacy and social justice work. Her story takes place against the background of the long neglected and overlooked community of South-Central Los Angeles, where she grapples with the grotesque imbalance of power and privilege as it unfolds in every aspect of her life and those around her.
    Please LIKE, TELL A FRIEND, and REVIEW Walking Through Glass: The Podcast on Apple Podcast. Thanks in advance.
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    Extend the Conversation: Join us for our monthly Racial Literacy for Leaders Roundtable the first Tuesday of the month to engage in authentic conversations and learn strategies for leading a diverse and inclusive environment. Register here https://bit.ly/racialliteracyforleaders
    Next session July 7, 2020

    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

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7 Ratings

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