Wise Women@ Work is a podcast devoted to showcasing successful women in business, law and finance; and to inspiring a new generation of female leaders. Hosted by Felicia Garland of Krietzberg Wealth Management.
Kindness and Curiosity--- A Conversation with Tracy Fink Ep 53
Kindness and curiosity are the pillars of the Tortoise Institute, which offers a secular-based series of programs and services focused on developing emotional intelligence, decreasing stress, and increasing focus and resilience at work and in life. According to Tracy Fink, founder of the Tortoise Institute, these concepts, when practiced daily, can help you keep an open mind and challenge the assumptions and limiting beliefs that keep you on autopilot and hinder your success.
Less Stress Now! --- A Conversation with Jamie Sussel Turner Ep: 52
Jamie Sussel Turner’s life is one full of lessons learned:
How to be more inclusive and collaborative, from growing up the oldest of three sisters
How to manage her time and emotions, from her years as a school principal
How to live each day in gratitude, after being treated for breast cancer three times
How to love and regain trust again, after divorce and remarriage
Remembering Your Roots While Spreading Your Wings --- A Conversation with Carmen Rivera Ep: 51
There is little in Carmen Rivera’s background that would lead you to believe she would become a successful banker and a real estate entrepreneur. In fact, in many ways, the cards were stacked against her.
She was raised in Paterson, New Jersey by her single mother along with seven brothers and sisters and six half siblings. Her mother did not speak English, and Carmen vividly remembers trips to the local welfare office.
Mission Possible—A Conversation with Tracy Otsuka Ep: 50
Tracy Otsuka is one Smart A** Women. She should be; she’s the host of the podcast, ADHD for Smart Ass Women. She is also the creator of Coretography, her patent-pending brand-spankin’ new breed of self-development that organizes your brain and helps you discover who you are and what you’re meant to be doing with your life. Because for Tracy, “When you align who you are with what you do, life just automatically gets easier.”
THINK LIKE A MAN, WORK LIKE A DOG & ACT LIKE A LADY—A Conversation with Susan Ascher Ep: 49
Susan Ascher is a Futurist. She also happens to be the Founder of The Ascher Group, her executive and business coaching firm. But mostly, she’s a one-women think tank. She’s been thinking about the nature of work, careers and living a more fulfilling life for as long as she can remember. In this episode Susan shares her Five Ps for thriving in the “Next Normal,” as she calls it, when we finally emerge from our Covid-19 lockdown.
MOVING PEOPLE’S LIVES—A Conversation with Cindy Myer Ep: 48
Cindy Myer, CEO and President of Ridgewood Moving, is keenly aware that death, divorce and moving are the three biggest stressors a person can face. That’s why, after taking the helm of Ridgewood Moving upon the death of her husband, Rob, she developed the concept of building a “posse” to pull together the resources her clients need for a successful move.
Wise Advice from Smart Professional Women
Felicia Garland interviews smart professional women about their career successes and challenges. I listened to the first 4 episodes and was impressed with the level of insight. As Felicia says, "There is always something new to learn."