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My top 7 Un-Resolutions for 2016

  One of the Gorgeous Gals in our SWC Facebook group mentioned that New Year’s resolutions just remind her of her shortcomings. And she’s totally right! Why do I have to get down on myself at this time of the year? I don’t want to sit back, reflect on what …

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027: Miss New York US Iman Oubou is breaking stereotypes

Iman Oubou is the current Miss New York US, an entrepreneur, a scientist, and a leader for young ambitious women. Iman teaches us about changing our stereotypical thoughts, about how women can and should support each other. Iman’s advice to other women is: “Don’t forget who you are” and “Find …

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How much parenting is too much parenting?

I always wonder how my kids came to be who they are. I mean, how much are we responsible for messing them up? And is the same weight placed on our influence, if they turn out to be really great people? I fear that I had too heavy of a hand …

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026: Dr. Kathleen Yep: professor, feminist, thought leader

Dr Kathleen Yep is a professor of Asian American studies, with a strong base in feminist philosophies. In this episode you’ll hear: How stories matter, they come in many forms, and can have impact in many different ways How your small stories can have relevance for  others How you should …

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025: RI State Representative Lauren Carson

Lauren Carson is a straight-shooting, unapologetic, says-it-as-it-is, woman, and I’m honored to have been able to speak to her briefly this week. Lauren is serving her first term as State Representative for Newport, RI House District 75. Prior she was a multiple small business owner. Now, Lauren is concentrating her …