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We’re starting 2022 with another great conversation from the archive — this one with author and activist Glennon Doyle. This special interview, guest hosted by Laysha Ward of Target (CFW’s Official Lifestyle Sponsor!), was recorded just over a year into the Covid-19 pandemic. In it, Doyle tackles how to think about life and career choices, and how …
 
Women are leaving the workforce in droves, leading the charge in the Great Resignation in search of radically different work experiences with organizations that value humanity and their people above all else. Like so many of us, the pandemic was a time of deep reflection for our listener, especially after moving cross-country to care for family. Fe…
 
The changes we’ve had to embrace this year were monumental and caused many of us to feel overwhelmed. But what if you could cultivate a growth mindset that could help you enjoy—and thrive during—times of significant change in your life? Today’s episode of Women Amplified, which is a replay of a session from the 2021 Texas Conference for Women, will…
 
You don’t have to own your own business to think and act like an entrepreneur. Being entrepreneurial is a mind set and a skill set that can be applied to any position at any level. Fashion mogul and social activist Rebecca Minkoff talks candidly about her journey and shares the top attributes most important to her success and in overcoming the chal…
 
When men put themselves out there they are rewarded for their assertiveness. But for women, they face a backlash, and are often labeled as aggressive, bossy or overbearing. The double-bind facing women aspiring to advance is real — even in 2021. Today’s listener is a 20-something woman in a male-dominated industry and one of the youngest in her pos…
 
It’s no secret that our stress has gone through the roof in recent years. More and more women are reporting feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, and burned out, and the external stressors we face are unlikely to change anytime soon. Instead of asking us to ignore the very real obstacles and societal pressures that stand between women and well-being righ…
 
Women feel a tangle of cultural pressures when facing down a to-do list — pressures that many men simply do not. Now, add a pandemic to the list and what do you get? A whole lot of women, pushed to the brink physically and emotionally as they try to juggle it all at the same time, with no break or escape. Overscheduled and overwhelmed women need so…
 
We are experiencing incredibly strange times resulting in dramatic and profound changes in our lives at work and at home. Many of us are filled with more negative emotion and stress than usual which has taken a toll on our mental health. What can we do to be a little bit happier as women in this challenging time? Yale professor of psychology and ha…
 
The mental health crisis has been looming in our country for decades, well before the pandemic hit. Covid-19 further exacerbated and accelerated the situation—for women especially, who have felt the burden in unimaginable ways at work and at home. This global crisis, coupled with the bravery of public figures like Simone Biles and Naomi Osaka who a…
 
The pandemic brought new meaning to the “sandwich generation,” leaving women, in particular, stretched thinner than ever. This month’s listener finds herself in a seemingly impossible situation: She’s the family breadwinner caring for two young children, a husband with a chronic illness, elderly parents—and she just got a promotion at work. How can…
 
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