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Hosted by Lisa Bilyeu, co-founder of the billion dollar company Quest Nutrition and President of Impact Theory, this show features women who have overcome incredible hardship to achieve massive success. Our mission is to empower you and all women to recognize that you really can become the hero of your own life. Welcome to Women of Impact.

Women of Impact Lisa Bilyeu

    • Mental Health
    • 4.9, 235 Ratings

Hosted by Lisa Bilyeu, co-founder of the billion dollar company Quest Nutrition and President of Impact Theory, this show features women who have overcome incredible hardship to achieve massive success. Our mission is to empower you and all women to recognize that you really can become the hero of your own life. Welcome to Women of Impact.

    Are You Tired of People Trying to Put You in a Box? | Dear Diary

    Are You Tired of People Trying to Put You in a Box? | Dear Diary

    Host Lisa Bilyeu (@LisaBilyeu) shares a recent instagram caption about why you must own your choices.
     
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    • 1 min
    Reality Check: Are You Willing to Change? | Monica Berg and Lisa Bilyeu on IG Live

    Reality Check: Are You Willing to Change? | Monica Berg and Lisa Bilyeu on IG Live

    To catch Lisa live on instagram, follow her @lisabilyeu: https://bit.ly/3a1NbNv
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    To see Monica Berg on Women of Impact, watch here: https://youtu.be/vpXqT9v3TI4 

    • 57 min
    The Secret to Happiness is Simpler than You Think | Michelle Poler on Women of Impact

    The Secret to Happiness is Simpler than You Think | Michelle Poler on Women of Impact

    Hello fears! Whether it’s spiders, open water or public speaking, everyone has something that frightens them, whether it’s rational or not. Keynote speaker Michelle Poler invented the “100 days without fear” challenge because she believes it’s important for everyone to face even their fears that seem trivial or easily avoidable. On this episode of Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu, Michelle Poler explains why she visited the concentration camps her grandparents endured, why comfort, not failure, is the enemy of success, and why this year you should make a New Year’s resolution to fail.
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    SHOW NOTES:
     
    Why is it important to face even “trivial” fears like spiders and roller coasters? [2:05]
    Michelle explains why she believes she really only has seven core fears [4:35]
    Michelle says that her top three fears are pain, loneliness, and lack of control [7:15]
    Michelle explains how her relationship pushed her to become brave and independent [10:58]
    Michelle shares the story of visiting the concentration camps her grandparents endured [14:46]
    Why you should create a New Year’s resolution to fail [16:17]
    The enemy of success is not failure. The enemy is comfort. [19:12]
    Are the relationships in your life based on “me” or fear, or is the basis love? [20:54]
    Why are people so afraid of disappointing others? [23:51]
    Trying to check of society’s boxes leads to comfort, not happiness [27:07]
    Michelle and Lisa talk about why sometimes you really should listen to your fears [28:24]
    Michelle explains why she approaches fears with “x-ray vision” [32:12]
    Michelle started her journey because she wants to impact her future kids [33:55]
    Michelle describes the six stages of facing your fears [34:50]
    Michelle finally felt proud of herself once she finally pursued her own goals [39:00]
    Michelle wrote a letter to herself about gratitude and pride [40:43]
    Success is never guaranteed, so you are better off loving the journey [42:56]
    Michelle describes a surprising superpower [44:17]
     
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    • 54 min
    This is Why You Must Own Your Choices | Dear Diary

    This is Why You Must Own Your Choices | Dear Diary

    Host Lisa Bilyeu (@LisaBilyeu) shares a recent instagram caption about why you must own your choices.
     
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    • 1 min
    Lisa and Tom Bilyeu on How to Resolve Your Differences | Instagram Live

    Lisa and Tom Bilyeu on How to Resolve Your Differences | Instagram Live

    To catch Lisa live on instagram, follow her @lisabilyeu: https://bit.ly/3a1NbNv
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    To see Tom Bilyeu on Women of Impact, watch here: https://youtu.be/ADjORr9Ih5c 

    • 34 min
    T-Boz on How TLC Became the Baddest, Best-Selling Girl Group of All Time | Women of Impact

    T-Boz on How TLC Became the Baddest, Best-Selling Girl Group of All Time | Women of Impact

    By most measures, TLC was the most successful girl group in popular music history. And T Boz, the “T” in TLC, attained that success while dealing with sickle cell anemia, overcoming the usual doubters and haters, and shutting up everyone who tried to tell her that she should fit into the stereotypical roles that women are encouraged to play. On this episode of Women of Impact, Lisa Bilyeu gets to interview one of her childhood heroes, the incredibly resilient and cheerfully outspoken T Boz. They discuss living with chronic illness, the importance of not holding grudges, and why it's so important to believe in yourself when others doubt you.
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    SHOW NOTES:
     
    T Boz credits her mother as the primary reason for her incredibly resilient mindset [2:36]
    When people try to discourage you they are projecting their fears onto you [5:20]
    T Boz says that, for her, she needs to be the leader [8:58]
    You have to start by believing in yourself, because other people will not believe in you [11:37]
    T Boz explains that she turned down some hit songs because they didn’t fit her [15:30]
    What really matters is whether you are proud of your work and the way you live your life [18:56]
    TLC came back after severe hardships because they still had something to say [20:53]
    T Boz explains why she doesn’t hold grudges [23:04]
    T Boz discusses the ways she deals with being hurt and getting angry [25:31]
    T Boz talks about the consequences of trying to ignore her sickle cell anemia [28:38]
    T Boz didn’t talk about her illness because she didn’t want people pitying her [34:10]
    When you’re chronically ill, it affects everything you do [37:13]
    T Boz talks about why she started her natural products line, TLCBD [39:55]
    T Boz shares her superpower [43:04]
     
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    WEBSITE: https://tionnewellness.com/ 
    INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/therealtboz 
    FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/RealTBoz/ 
    TWITTER: https://twitter.com/therealtboz 

    • 50 min

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I start listening to Impact Theory about three years ago and one of my favorite topics is relationship theory with that Lisa & Tom.
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I started listening to impact theory with Lisa’s husband Tom after hearing his speak on Jay shetty’s “on purpose” until I finally decided to give this a listen. The outpouring of generosity from this couple is incredible. I feel like I have been on a upward spiritual and self journey since listening to both women of impact, impact theory, and on purpose. I enjoy this pod because it doesn’t try to generalize what empowering women looks like but truly shows a wide range of nuanced women who are empowered in their own regard on a deep and spiritual level. Much love to everything you do!

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Awesome Podcast!!!

Lisa, hosts of the Women of Impact podcast, highlights all aspects of health, wellness and more in this can’t miss podcast! The hosts and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!

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