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Carin Rockind

Carin Rockind is a leading happiness expert, media personality, and the creator of PurposeGirl, a movement to empower purpose-driven living. She has taught thousands of people real-life strategies to reclaim their happiness, and live to their fullest potential of success and well-being. Having survived domestic abuse, divorce, and armed robbery, she teaches others to be resilient through stress and grow from trauma. After fifteen years as a marketing executive, Carin pursued her great passion: teaching women to thrive. Carin was one of the first 250 people in the world to earn a Masters degree in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, where she has also served as adjunct faculty. Carin speaks at companies worldwide, including Morgan Stanley, AVON, BMW, Victoria's Secret, and Progressive Insurance. She is a regular contributor to national media: She has appeared on NBC, CBS, PBS, NPR, the Huffington Post, and Crain’s Business, and served as the Happiness Guru on Sirius XM’s Stars Radio. She recently launched Women's Global Happiness Day in over 90 cities around the globe.
Recent episodes featuring Carin Rockind
The PurposeGirl Podcast Episode 087: How to Be an Empowered Woman
The PurposeGirl Podcast: Empowering women to live their purpose with courage, joy, and fierce self-love.
What does it mean to be an empowered woman? What’s the difference between being empowered and having power over someone else? In today’s episode I dive into one of my favorite areas, what it means for a woman to be truly in her power. I talk about: The feminine and the masculine in all of us The difference between the distorted, toxic masculine, and the divine masculine The three aspects of an empowered woman The origin and meaning of the words “power” and “empowered” and what we can learn from them How you can begin to live as a truly empowered woman This episode is brought to you by the EMPOWERED program, the four-month journey to becoming the truly empowered woman you were born to be. Learn more at purposegirl.com/empowered. It would really mean a lot to me if you would go to Apple Podcasts and leave me a review (hopefully a great one!), leave a 5 star rating, subscribe to this podcast so you never miss an episode, and download the episodes! And please spread the word and help our community grow! Thank you so much spending your time with me! And if you aren’t following me already, you can find me on Instagram and Facebook, and click here to receive my newsletter. May you live purposefully, may you love yourself, and may you love life. Bye for now!
The PurposeGirl Podcast Episode 086: Keys to Women's Leadership
The PurposeGirl Podcast: Empowering women to live their purpose with courage, joy, and fierce self-love.
Are you frustrated with where you are at work? Maybe you feel like you aren’t advancing as you should be, as you deserve to be, or you struggle to define your own style of leadership. Women leaders (and companies) typically focus on two areas when aiming to advance women in leadership: building business skills and combatting discrimination. However, this leaves out a crucial third and often overlooked area – internalized patriarchal programming. Our special guest today, LeeAnn Mallorie, will be addressing this, along with the importance for women to tap into their bodies and their intuition, what they can learn from them, and how it can help them advance at work. In this episode, LeeAnn Mallorie teaches us: to tap into our intuition again, which we might have stopped listening to at work to pay attention to the cues that our body is giving us a mindfulness exercise that we can use at work the importance of power poses what it means to lead like a woman For a free download, Embodied Practices for Women Leaders, go to http://bit.ly/2019LIMWLDownloads. To find out about her book, and about her women’s work, please go to https://www.gutsandgrace.com. See below for more ways to learn about and stay in touch with LeeAnn Mallorie. It would really mean a lot to me if you would go to Apple Podcasts and leave me a review (hopefully a great one!), leave a 5 star rating, subscribe to this podcast so you never miss an episode, and download the episodes! And please spread the word and help our community grow! Thank you so much spending your time with me! And if you aren’t following me already, you can find me on Instagram and Facebook, and click here to receive my newsletter. May you live purposefully, may you love yourself, and may you love life. Bye for now! About LeeAnn Mallorie LeeAnn Mallorie is a leadership coach and consultant who helps women tap into the wisdom of their bodies and their intuition, so that they can make a bigger impact without burning out. LeeAnn believes that the key to breaking the glass ceiling at work is a deep understanding of the intersection of leadership and resilience. She helps her clients cultivate mindful self-awareness and develop simple, reliable practices that bring their native superpowers back online at work. As the founder and CEO of Leading in Motion, LeeAnn is passionate about helping women leaders bring forward cutting-edge ideas that serve the greater good. She is committed to the win-win-win–changing industries and organizations for the better, while keeping stakeholder relations in-tact. LeeAnn has supported leaders at diverse organizations like Nasa, Mattel, Logitech, Capital One, M&T Bank, Campbells, Roche, Zymergen, Pace Women’s Justice Center and the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation. Her new book, Guts and Grace, teaches women to dismantle the patriarchy, from the inside out. It will be published by Conscious Capitalism Press in January of 2020. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leeannmallorie Twitter: @LeeannMallorie Instagram: @lmallorie and @leeannmallorie LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/leeannmallorie/
The PurposeGirl Podcast Episode 085: How to Thrive at Work
The PurposeGirl Podcast: Empowering women to live their purpose with courage, joy, and fierce self-love.
Shortly after receiving my Masters in Applied Positive Psychology I combined my years in corporate marketing with my new expertise in positive psychology and began supporting a wide range of companies. There was a growing awareness at the executive and managerial level of the need to support employees in a more holistic way than before, and I was brought in to teach resilience, tools for working with one’s mindset, how to identify one’s strengths and capitalize on them, and so much more. The results were staggering, both in employee satisfaction and retention and in the bottom line. In today’s episode I share with you a number of key ideas and techniques, with clear takeaways, to help you and those around you truly thrive at work, including: How to be engaged and satisfied at work How to be leader in the midst of change, chaos, and negativity How to incorporate the six pathways to flourishing (PERMA-V) How to capitalize on your strengths and the strengths of your coworkers How to start team meetings with positivity If you'd like to discuss how I can help your employees and your organization thrive, I invite you to come to https://carinrockind.com/speaking/ and fill out the form at the bottom. This episode is brought to you by Happiness Habits, the course that teaches you to make Happiness a Habit, now available at [http://purposegirl.com/habits]! It would really mean a lot to me if you would go to Apple Podcasts and leave me a review (hopefully a great one!), leave a 5 star rating, subscribe to this podcast so you never miss an episode, and download the episodes! And please spread the word and help our community grow! Thank you so much spending your time with me! And if you aren’t following me already, you can find me on Instagram and Facebook, and click here to receive my newsletter. May you live purposefully, may you love yourself, and may you love life. Bye for now!
The PurposeGirl Podcast Episode 84 Women Warriors: Honoring the Women that Came Before Us
The PurposeGirl Podcast: Empowering women to live their purpose with courage, joy, and fierce self-love.
Recently I had the great fortune to attend Women Warriors: The Voices of Change, at Lincoln Center in New York, led by Amy Andersson, conductor with Orchestra Moderne NYC, and to say that it was earth-shattering would be an understatement. From their description: “Women Warriors: The Voices of Change is a ground-breaking concert creation that honors the strength and heroism of global activists fighting for social justice, human and civil rights, environmental causes, minority rights, gender equality and for the right of every girl to have access to education.  A cultural tour de force whose time has come, this project highlights the achievements of past and current activists who have risked their lives in the name of women’s rights.”This is a celebration of women activists over the centuries who have been fighting for social justice, and I was so moved that I knew I had to share this with my audience. In this episode I am truly honored to introduce you to Amy Andersson, the creative force behind Women Warriors, as she talks about how she came up with the idea for this event, why it’s so important, and where she hopes to take it in the future.   It would really mean a lot to me if you would go to Apple Podcasts and leave me a review (hopefully a great one!), leave a 5 star rating, subscribe to this podcast so you never miss an episode, and download the episodes! And please spread the word and help our community grow! Thank you so much spending your time with me! And if you aren’t following me already, you can find me on Instagram and Facebook, and click here to receive my newsletter. May you live purposefully, may you love yourself, and may you love life. Bye for now! About Amy Andersson Conductor Amy Andersson is known most recently as founder and Music Director of Orchestra Moderne NYC, a game-changing new ensemble in New York City that recently made their successful debut at Carnegie Hall on October 7, 2017. Appearances on Late Show with Stephen Colbert, CBS Morning News, CBS Evening News, and press coverage in the Wall Street Journal have led music critic Norman Lebrecht to call her “America’s most-watched Symphony Orchestra Conductor.” Amy’s personal Twitter & IG: @amymaestra Amy’s website: https://amyanderssonconductor.com Orchestra Moderne NYC’s Twitter: @orchestramodern Orchestra Moderne NYC’s IG: @orchestramodernenyc You can learn more about Women Warriors here: https://www.womenwarriorsthevoicesofchange.com  
The PurposeGirl Podcast Episode 083: Supporting Teenage Girls
The PurposeGirl Podcast: Empowering women to live their purpose with courage, joy, and fierce self-love.
Teenage girls face so many pressures from family, dating and social lives, school, trying to prepare for the future (maybe trying to get into a good college or get a good job), and more. As a teenage girl I definitely struggled with anxiety and panic attacks, and this is growing more and more common, and at earlier ages as well. In today’s episode I talk about some of the pressures that teenage girls face and what we, as concerned and supportive adults, can do to help them not only survive but thrive. If you happen to be listening to this episode the day it’s released, you can register for the free online event that I’m leading for Women’s Global Happiness Day (http://www.purposegirl.com/happy). It would really mean a lot to me if you would go to Apple Podcasts and leave me a review (hopefully a great one!), leave a 5 star rating, subscribe to this podcast so you never miss an episode, and download the episodes! And please spread the word and help our community grow! Thank you so much spending your time with me! And if you aren’t following me already, you can find me on Instagram and Facebook, and click here to receive my newsletter. May you live purposefully, may you love yourself, and may you love life. Bye for now!
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Episode Count
102
Podcast Count
12
Total Airtime
3 days, 4 hours