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She Reaches Podcast is hosted by Tiffany Walker, strategist for working moms who are tired of settling in their careers and personal lives. Follow along each week to hear stories and realistic strategies for reaching for more in your career, personal life, and relationships as a working mom. Let’s not settle for just “ok,” let’s reach for more. Find show notes and resources at shereaches.com and follow @shereaches on instagram and FB.
 
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26. #TSPSP26 Sean Tucker on Building a Successful YouTube Channel, Popularity vs Quality & Why You Only Need 1000 Followers. Sean Tucker (www.seantucker.photography | Instagram: @seantuck) is a photographer, filmmaker and writer, based in the United Kingdom. Over his career to date, he's been fortunate enough to tell visual stories, through stills …
 
Gillian Hyland (www.gillianhyland.com | Instagram: @gillianhyland | Linkedin: gillian-hyland) is an image maker; she personally composes every aspect of her pictures. Originally from Ireland, Gillian’s career began in publishing, where she worked as a fashion stylist and features writer for a number of well-known national magazines. This led to a m…
 
24. #TSPSP24 Matthew Jordan Smith on Getting A Six-Figure Book Deal in Three Days, Inspiring Clients, Goal Setting & The Importance of Personal Projects. Matthew Jordan Smith (www.matthewjordansmith.com | Instagram: @matthewjordansmith | Twitter: @Matthew_JordanS) Matthew Jordan Smith is an American photographer based in Tokyo, Japan and working be…
 
23. #TSPSP23 Rob Hornstra on The Importance of Collaborating, Learning by Teaching, Renting Prints & Self Publishing. Rob Hornstra (www.robhornstra.com | Instagram: @robhornstra) born in 1975 in the Netherlands, is a Dutch photographer of predominantly long-term documentary projects, both at home and around the world. He has published several books…
 
22. #TSPSP22 Joe McNally on Doubling Down to Find Creativity, Self Publishing & Directing Large Commercial Shoots Joe McNally (www.joemcnally.com | Instagram: @joemcnallyphoto | Twitter: @JoeMcNallyPhoto) Joe McNally is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning photographer whose prolific career includes assignments in nearly 70 countries. McNall…
 
21. #TSPSP21 Simon Norfolk on Layered Landscape Photography, Doing the Opposite, Planning Your Images & Early Starts. Simon Norfolk (www.simonnorfolk.com| Instagram: @simonnorfolkstudio) Simon Norfolk is a landscape photographer whose work over twenty years has been themed around a probing and stretching of the meaning of the word 'battlefield' in …
 
20. #TSPSP20 Peter Dench on Accessing to the Unaccessible, Approaching Real People & The Importance of Publishing Books Peter Dench (www.peterdench.com | Twitter: @peterdench | Instagram: @denchphoto) Peter Dench : Made in England 1972 UK based photographer, presenter, writer, author, educator and curator. Over 20 years experience in the advertisin…
 
19. #TSPSP19 Jim Mortram on Truth, Honesty, Listening and Building Relationships Through Photography Jim Mortram (www.smalltowninertia.co.uk | Twitter: @JAMortram) Jim Mortram is a British social documentary photographer and writer, based in Dereham, Norfolk. His ongoing project using photography and writing, Small Town Inertia, records the lives o…
 
18. #TSPSP18 Robin De Puy on Travelling 8000 miles Across America on a Harley Davidson, Honest Portraits & Being Curious Rob De Puy (www.robindepuy.com | Instagram: @robin_de_puy) Robin de Puy’s (b.1986, the Netherlands) photographs start with a desire to tell her own story through the faces of others. Whether it’s the freckled adolescent she notic…
 
17. #TSPSP17 The Riker Brothers on Celebrity Clients, Directing Models, Shooting Quickly & Confidence on Set. The Riker Brothers (www.rikerbrothers.com | @rikerbrothers) Born in Iowa City and growing up in a small town west of Chicago, twin brothers Derek and Drew Riker were introduced to photography by their father who was always taking pictures. …
 
16. #TSPSP16 Matt Holyoak on Photographing the Royals, Honest Portrait Photography & Running Your Own Studio. "Never Stop Learning How to Learn.” Matt Holyoak Matt Holyoak (www.mattholyoak.com | Instagram: @mattholyoak) is one of our most influential photographers, renowned throughout the world for his captivating portraiture. In his formative year…
 
15. #TSPSP15 Tom Stoddart on 50 Years in Photography, Working on Fleet Street, Inside Downing Street & The Business of Photography. “You make great pictures with your head and your heart….and your feet” Tom Stoddart Tom Stoddart (www.tomstoddart.com | Twitter: @Stoddart_Photos) is a multi award winning photojournalist. He began his photographic car…
 
14. #TSPSP14 (2/2) Julia Fullerton-Batten on Researching & Producing Personal Projects, Working With Casting Directors & Delivering Beyond the Brief. Julia Fullerton-Batten (www.juliafullerton-batten.com | @julia_fullertonbatten) Julia Fullerton-Batten is a worldwide acclaimed and exhibited fine-art photographer. Her body of work now encompasses tw…
 
12. #TSPSP11 (1/2) Julia Fullerton-Batten on Producing Large Scale Personal Projects, Taking Notes & Learning Your Trade Julia Fullerton-Batten (www.juliafullerton-batten.com | @julia_fullertonbatten) Julia Fullerton-Batten is a worldwide acclaimed and exhibited fine-art photographer. Her body of work now encompasses twelve major projects spanning …
 
11. #TSPSP11 (2/2) Martin Hartley on Career Visualisation, Empathy in Photography, Overcoming Fear & Digital vs Film. “If you’re not possessed by taking pictures, then you’re in the wrong job” - Martin Hartley Martin Hartley (www.martinhartley.com | @martinrhartley) The photographic force that drives Martin Hartley forward on his explorations he ca…
 
11. #TSPSP Martin Hartley on Organising Expeditions, Using Less to Create More & Taking the FA Cup to the South Pole “If you’re not possessed by taking pictures, then you’re in the wrong job” - Martin Hartley Martin Hartley (www.martinhartley.com | @martinhartley) The photographic force that drives Martin Hartley forward on his explorations he carr…
 
Art Wolfe on Planning Ahead & Taking Action, Entrepreneurship, Dissecting Inspiration & Publishing Multiple Books. Art Wolfe (@artwolfe | artwolfe.com) Art Wolfe was born on September 13, 1951 in Seattle, Washington, and still calls the city home. He graduated from the University of Washington with Bachelor’s degrees in fine arts and art education …
 
Abbie Trayler-Smith on Managing Self Doubt, Self Discovery in Photography & Connecting with Personal Projects. “Think about what you want to say. Think about what you care about. And then photograph that” - Abbie Trayler-Smith Abbie Trayler-Smith (@abbiets ) Born in Wales and based between London and Devon, Abbie is a self-taught documentary and po…
 
Timothy Allen on BBC Human Planet, Judging Travel Photographer of the Year & Thinking Differently About Photography Income Creation. "Offer more than you're asking for." - Timothy Allen Timothy Allen (@timothy_allen | humanplanet.com) Timothy Allen was born in Tonbridge in the South East of England in 1971. At 22, after graduating from Leeds Univer…
 
Alys Tomlinson on Winning Sony Awards Photographer of the Year, Entering Awards & Finding Inspiration. Alys Tomlinson (@alystomlinson | alystomlinson.co.uk) Alys is an editorial and fine art documentary photographer based in London. Having grown up in Brighton, Alys went on to study English Literature and Communications at the University of Leeds. …
 
Chris Weston on Telling Stories, Mindful in Photography, Publishing Books, Starting at the End & Saying No. "Photographs must achieve 3 things; they must be interesting, unambiguous and relevant." - Chris Weston Chris Weston (@chriswestonphoto | chrisweston.photography) Chris Weston grew up in Boston, Lincolnshire. At age 15, Chris' father asked hi…
 
Simon Annand on Learning on the Job, Developing Your Style, Approaching A-List Actors & Making Mistakes. "You can make a good picture great but you can't make a bad picture very good." - Simon Annand Simon Annand (@simonannandphotography | simonannand.com) Simon Annand has been a photographer for over 30 years focusing on all aspects of the theatre…
 
Chris Frazer Smith on becoming The Lucie Awards International Photography of the Year, Shooting Commercials Abroad & Seeing Your Work in the National Portrait Gallery. "Assumption is the mother of all f@!k ups. Never assume, you'll get caught out." - Chris Frazer Smith Chris Frazer Smith (@cfrazersmith | chrisfrazersmith.com) Chris Frazer Smith is …
 
Adam Hills on Capturing Over 10,000 Headshots, Building a Studio & Entrepreneurship. "Price is what you pay, value is what you get." - Adam Hills Adam Hills (@adamhillsphotography) Adam Hills began his career as an actor. He trained at ArtsEd in Chiswick and worked as a performer in the industry for 7 years before picking up a camera and moving his…
 
Philip Lee Harvey on becoming Travel Photographer of the Year, Lüerzer's Archive & Camera Preparation in Asda. "Photography should convey the emotion of places and people rather than functioning simply as a descriptive guide" - Philip Lee Harvey Philip Lee Harvey (@philip_lee_harvey_photographer) Philip is a location photographer for the travel, to…
 
Ian Gavan on Getty Images, Cannes Film Festival & Challenging Yourself. "If you lead an interesting life, good pictures will happen" - Ian Gavan Ian Gavan (@iangav) Ian Gavan is a Photographer based in London, England. He has a B.A Honours degree in Visual Communication, studying Photography at the University of Illinois USA and The University of W…
 
Ever wonder about the working dad's perspective on how to make life work in a modern dual income family? In this episode, Matthew Sharp is sharing his story about how he makes things work in his household. Matthew is a husband and dad to two (soon to be 3!). He's also been a champion for working parents by being involved in a parental leave initiat…
 
Do you wonder if it's too late to get back in the exercise game after having your kids? In this episode, I'm talking with fitness expert Erica Ziel about exercise and taking care of your body after having kids. We talk about postpartum challenges and preventative measures women need to take to feel good now and later in life. We also laugh as we ch…
 
Do you feel stretched too thin? In this podcast episode, I'm talking to Jessica Turner, the author of Stretched Too Thin and The Fringe Hours. She juggles a full-time job while also being a blogger and author and she shares how she things about what she does and doesn't do to keep her household running. We also talked about how you can go from surv…
 
According to Lauren Smith Brody, the "fifth trimester" is where a working mom is born. In this episode, Lauren shares what lead to writing The Fifth Trimester, how you can be a voice to push forward your own workplace, and what working parents really need. We also talk about the role of partners in this conversation and what makes being a working m…
 
Have you ever had to go on a business trip while you were still breastfeeding? In this episode, I'm talking with Kate Torgersen, Founder of Milk Stork all about how to make business travel while breastfeeding and pumping easier. We talk about what lead to Kate founding her company to better support working moms as well as what companies can do to b…
 
In today's bonus episode, I'm sharing all about a brand new program designed to support working moms - the She Reaches Mastermind! I've been working behind the scenes for months on this and the doors are now open for this mastermind which runs from April through June 2019. In this episode, I share why the mastermind can help to support moms after t…
 
How do you live a life on purpose and what does that even mean? In this episode with Erica Layne from the Life on Purpose Movement, we talk about where to get started in being more intentional with your life if you're feeling overwhelmed. Erica gives realistic tips on how to determine what to say no to and how to actually do it when you're nervous …
 
Do you feel like you’re constantly not measuring up when it comes to taking care of your own health & wellness? In this episode with Robyn Conley Downs of Real Food Whole Life, we’re talking all about gentle wellness and how it can help you to be more successful in your health goals. She gives sustainable strategies for eating healthy and movement …
 
Do you try new things when it comes to your career? My guest on the podcast, Kerri Koen, licensed attorney who works in the financial services industry as a business strategist, used opportunities both inside and outside the office to find out what career path felt fulfilling for her. We talk about how she ended up in financial services, her partic…
 
Do you make time for creative ideas you have outside of your "day job"? In this episode, I'm talking to Emily Cretella who not only runs her own copywriting and content marketing firm (her "day job"), but also created an online publication called MotherHustle to share what she's learning as a mom and business owner and provide a place for others to…
 
What if you could handle your finances in 10-15 minutes during your lunch break? In this episode, Erica Gellerman discusses some financial hacks and shortcuts that you can fit into your busy schedule. She talks about how to be mindful about your money - including spending on the things that make you happy. Her “lunch break list” will allow you to m…
 
Do you struggle to find time for friendship? In this episode, Becca Marco is back to chat about specific things you can do to make time and effort to cultivate close friendships. We share the story about how we became friends and the secret we kept from the She Reaches audience about our relationship at our corporate jobs. We also share how we use …
 
Could you use some hacks for being healthy? You're cramming enough stuff into your schedule and I'm sure you have health goals just like I do. In comes my guest in this episode of the podcast, Lindsay Young. She gets you in the right mindset for living a healthy life while also providing down to earth and realistic hacks that you can add to your li…
 
Do you have a gameplan for the holidays? If you think your schedule is busy right now, think about how much the holidays can add to it. The holiday season adds even more to your plate than you already have. In order to prevent it from becoming a stressful season, I'm sharing shortcuts to plan ahead to make it a simple and meaningful season this yea…
 
How would it feel to go from chaos in your home and life to organized with systems in place? If anyone has the answers about how to do this, it's my guests on the latest podcast episode Joni Weiss and Kitt Fife from Practically Perfect. Not only are they professional organizers, they each have three kids and very full schedules to maintain. In this…
 
Should you follow your passion or that idea in your head? What does it take to make your own opportunity to follow it? You don't have to take a big leap to follow that idea in your head. We've had it completely wrong that you'll have a magic opportunity to do the thing that you've been thinking about at some point down the road. The secret is that …
 
What if you believed in yourself regardless of past missteps or failures? Jen Hatzung is my guest in this episode sharing her own career journey with all of its twists and turns. She's the first person to own her so-called failures and recognize why each step was meant to be a part of her journey. In the second part of the episode, we talk about af…
 
Do you want to set goals that actually move the needle in your life? I've spent years setting goals and achieving them, but I've learned a few things along the way about how to set the right goals. Goals that actually impact your life instead of being another task you've checked off the list. It starts with setting the right goals. In this episode,…
 
Would you sell 90% of your possessions and travel? My guest today, Hannah Sutor, did exactly that and has been living with her family out of an RV for the last year. We discuss why she made this choice, how she handled other people's opinions, and the mindset it took to actually take this leap. She also shares the reality behind this life - how the…
 
What's it been like for me to be a full-time entrepreneur for the last two years? There seems to be a trend right now in talking about how going out on your own is the goal or the only way to be happy without all the constraints of a 9-to-5 or corporate job. I don’t agree that it’s the path for everyone or even that it should be the goal. It’s now …
 
How do you flow when it comes to motherhood? In this episode, we're wrapping up the motherhood series with a very special guest - Becca Marco! Many of you may know that Becca started the She Reaches podcast with me so it was such a joy to have her back on to catch us up on what's she been up to. She shares the real deal on how it felt to be newly p…
 
Do you ever feel like you have way too much on your plate every day? In this episode, I'm talking life hacks for busy moms. I'm not even sure a non-busy mom exists so this one is for all moms! I'm sharing my best tips to hack your daily tasks so you can spend more time on good stuff and less time on things like laundry, finances, and to do lists. H…
 
The journey to becoming a new parent includes so many decisions and things to think about. In this episode, we're continuing the Motherhood series with an interview with Sara Tans, a life and career coach who supports the transition to parenthood for her clients. We talk about why she's doing this work and how her career led her here, how she suppo…
 
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