Rising Stories Podcast #107 What I do on Sunday Nights that Makes my Week Easier: Productivity Hacks

Productivity Hacks for the Working Mom

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On episode #107 I am talking about productivity. Making Sunday nights count and planning for the week.

Find out what I do every Sunday evening that makes my week easier. Whether you are a working stay at home mom or an outside working mom, this episode is for you. 

I also share a fun way to use Pinterest to make your outfits rock. 

 

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Rising Stories Podcast #106 Chef Jenny Dorsey

Chef Jenny Dorsey

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My guest today is a culinary consultant, entrepreneur, and innovative chef Jenny Dorsey.

Jenny is creating a virtual reality experience with food. She is fusing food with augmented and virtual reality. On episode #106 we talk about the business side of it all. Jenny gives us some great advice about working those side jobs that will ultimately enhance your business plan. We also, chat about knowing who you want to work with and our thoughts on saying no to the rest. 

Last Suppers : Famous Final Meals from Death Row

 Kanban Flow board concept

Jenny has written a book titled Kodawari by Omakase Room

Here is one of Chef Jenny's videos

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Rising Stories Podcast #105 Chef Stéphanie Bottreau : Cooking with Moments Full of Love

 

Chef Stéphanie Bottreau : Cooking with Moments Full of Love

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Most of you know about the passing of Anthony Bourdain, I watched him every chance I got because I loved to watch him fall in love with the food he was eating. Chefs have a way of seeing the heart and soul of people through their food. They are passionate people and I love talking with them. 

When I started this podcast I wanted to have conversations with chefs from all over the world. Today I am talking with Stéphanie Bottreou a  personal chef who lives in France. Stephanie and I talk about how she found her passion for cooking and food and how she started her company. 

 

Her new book with recipes is out now. You can get them Here

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Thanks for listening and keep Rising in your story. 

 

 

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Rising Stories Podcast #104 Kelly Johnson - Words Women Should Embrace

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Today on episode #104 we have a author, coach and retreat speaker,  Kelly Johnson. Kelly has been blogging for many years and has now written a book called Being Brave: A 40 day Journey to the Life God Dreams for You  

On the show today Kelly and I talked about courage around community and how women dream. It’s so interesting to hear her talk about how she started blogging and the retreats she is now leading. Kelly shares her story about how she is building others up. Listen carefully for her life changing advice in this interview. 

 

Anne Lamott Bird by Bird

 

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Rising Stories Podcast #103 UrbanGirl Nashville: Building Community in a New City

Building Community in a New City

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My guests for Rising Stories Podcast #103 are the gals from UrbanGirl Nashville. UrbanGirl is a local Women's Collective founded by Juliana Cox and Lindsey Sherrod. Juliana and Lindsey started this group because they wanted to provide a place for women who are new to this city to connect with each other. It's a way to build community with other newbies & Nashville natives. This group has grown to over 2,000 women. 

I am going to warn you, ladies, after you hear the story about the campfire night, you are going to want to pack up your things and move to Nashville. 

We talked about what it's like to move to a new city and how to make those lasting connections. You'll also hear a great story towards the end from someone who was not only new to Nashville but she was new to this country and her brave move to find community. 

 

A special thanks to WeWork for sharing their space with us for the recording of this podcast.

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Rising Stories Podcast Episode #102 Mother's Day Conversations with Danielle Dedrick

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Happy Mother's Day to all the moms. Sending this out to you all today. My friend Danielle Dedrick and I sit down and talk about all things being a mom. Everything from how we do self-care to what's the politically correct term to use when referring to a child with downs syndrome. Join us as we chat about being a mom and also a working mom. 

Enjoy this extra gift from me to you. 

 

What Danielle is loving: 

Book: Fierce Conversations

Davines Volume Creator

Paulas Choice--SKIN PERFECTING 2% BHA Liquid Salicylic Acid Exfoliant

 

5th & Taylor

CityHouse

 

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Rising Stories Podcast #101 - Tessa Robert owner of InJOy - Helping Mamas Out

Listen to my conversation with Tessa Robert owner of InJoy based here in Nashville TN. 

My guest for episode #101 is Tessa Robert. She saw a need and decided to start a business to fill that need. As working women (and everyone is a working woman) we need a little help from time to time. My next guest saw a need and decided to start a business to fill that need. Tessa Robert of Injoy. She is helping moms check off their to do lists and catch up on life. Tessa's InJoy assistants come into your home and spend anywhere from 2 hours to all day, checking off those things you can't get to. 

 

Today Tessa and I talk about when she started this business she needed another assistant immediately. This is a a great story of knowing your customers and filling that need. 

 

Tessa's favorite things: 

 

Katie Davis' book Kisses from Katie

 

Essential oils

 

Stainless Steel Straws

I bought these myself and they are awesome!

 

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Rising Stories Podcast #99 Krista Anderson - Her Story from Hospital Bed to CEO

Listen to Krista Anderson's story of battling stage 4 cancer all the way to becoming the CEO of her company Esstar. 

 

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What would you do if you were given just 3 months to live? Her cancer was progressing quickly, the mass was wrapped around her arteries, near her heart and pressing on her lung. "Inoperable" were the doctors’ words to her.

Chemo treatments left her in utter despair. But Krista Anderson believed that she would beat this thing. Not only did she beat it but she has since started her own company called Esstar, A Natural Food brokerage company. Krista tells us about her journey from hospital bed to now working with convenience stores nationwide to provide customers with healthy snack options.

Krista had a chance to meet Michelle Obama as part of the Healthier America partnerships. I met Krista in her home and we talked about her fight to wholeness. 

 

What she is loving: 

France & French Food

Bulletproof Coffee

The Snack Krista gave me is called

Barnana Organic Chewy Banana Bites, Dark Chocolate

App- Yelp

Her book: Claim Your Healing

 

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Rising Stories Podcast #98 Kasar Abdulla - Activist + Community Builder

Did you know that Nashville has more Kurdish residents than any other city in the U.S.  Meet Kasar Abdulla - Activist and Community Leader

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My guest today arrived in the US as a refugee, today she is the voice of Nashville’s Kurdish community. Kasar Abdullah is a community builder who is helping women find their voice. She is giving them tools to left themselves up as professionals, as women, and as Americans. Kasar shares her story of how she moved from North Dakoka to Nashville TN and her vision for the area of town she calls Little Kurdistan. You’ll also hear the story of how she met her husband at one of my favorite restaurants here in Nashville. 

 

Did you know that Nashville has more Kurdish residents than any other city in the U.S.?

 

My guest today arrived in the US as a refugee, today she is the voice of Nashville’s Kurdish community.

 

 Kasar Abdullah is a community builder who is helping women find their voice. She is giving them tools to lift themselves up as professionals, as women, and as Americans. Kasar shares her story of how she moved from Kurdistan, to a refugee camp then to North Dakoka and finally to Nashville TN. Her has a vision for the area of town she calls Little Kurdistan and for her community.

She will also share her story about how she met her husband at one of my favorite restaurants here in Nashville. Kasar is a strong women who is taking on her world and making huge changes. I absolutely loved hearing her story about what education meant to her during her time in the refugee camps. This episode will encourage you in a mighty way. 

 

Learn more about the Kurdish community in Nashville HERE

 

Kasar's favorites: 

Road to Character

It's Ramadan Curious George 

 

Places to get Naan

Azadi

Newroz

Explore Little Kurdistan

 

House of Kabob

 

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