The Strong Women’s Club Women's Success Stories in Business and in Life

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Dr. Laura Miranda tells us about how she started her urban training groups, and how she’s developed them into a product and global fitness business certification program. Dr. Laura Miranda DPT, MSPT is a NYC based doctor of physical therapy, ce
Lisa Kelly, President, Kelly Wellness Consulting Inc., has been cultivating healthy changes within workplaces and with personal clients for over 20 years. Through her online, fully-facilitated "Workplace Wellness Ambassador Certification Progra
Get Smart and Strong: End of 2017 offers on business coaching and strategy sessions for you to get better organized, more focus and more clarity for your amazing progress and success in 2018. Write to Edie at [email protected] for de
Sarina Jain is the creator and founder of Masala Bhangra. She is able to fuse her heritage and personal family history with fun Bollywood dance music and moves and passions of Bhangra. We talk about how to start a movement, how to get people ex
First, we talk all about our walking challenge! To combat the sitting is the new smoking research evidence, we are walking an extra 30 minutes every day. Join us!! Check out the Strong Women’s Club Facebook Group for details. UPLIFT Studios in
Lisa Druxman, the founder of Fit4Mom, is on the Strong Women’s Club Podcast today. Lisa tells us about how she built her fitness business into the largest fitness program for moms in the United States. At the moment, they have over 300 franchis
Founder and President of YogaFit, Beth Shaw teaches about how she is able to grow her fitness business into a multinational empire. Beth talks about how she trusts when delegating and how flexibility and persistence are keys to success. YogaFit
Emily Cook Harris brings power, strength and confidence to the clients of EMPOWERED. Emily teaches us: How to grow your team and her screening process How to let your company grow and change with your own lifestyle How she morphed into having m
Gwen Hyatt founded DSWFitness (Desert Southwest Fitness, Inc.), Center for Continuing Education in 1980 to provide continuing education for fitness, health, rehabilitation and clinical professionals. In 2013 Human Kinetics acquired DSWFitness!
Amy Clover from StrongInsideOut.com. Amy conquered anxiety and depression with fitness, but took it to an extreme with over-training and an eating disorder. We talk about her streams of revenue in Strong Inside-Out and how she teaches to refram
Amy Clover from StrongInsideOut.com. Amy conquered anxiety and depression with fitness, but took it to an extreme with over-training and an eating disorder. We talk about her streams of revenue in Strong Inside-Out and how she teaches to refram
Chavonne Hodges is an NYC-bred Advertising professional by day and certified AFAA Group Fitness Instructor/ entrepreneur by night. Diagnosed with an anxiety disorder in college, Chavonne started exercising to combat her mental health disorder.
Janet Yassen is a psychotherapist, a feminist, a civil rights activist, and one of the founders of the first rape crisis centers in Boston in 1973. If you knew you wanted to start an important center, how would you go about it? Would you do it
Dr. Bat Sheva Marcus is the President of the Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance and the Founder of MAZE Women’s Sexual Health. After I rant about the injustice and disappointment I experience on Yom Kippur in Jerusalem this year, you get to hear
Shira Taylor Gura has developed a way to help you get through day-to-day situations that might make you anxious, fearful or angry, among other things. Shira runs workshops and retreats, and is also the author of “The STUCK Method: Five Simple S
Shana Tova!! Rabbi Deborah Waxman teaches us about adopting “Yes, And” in Judaism Sweet and Happy New Year! For the podcast this week, I talk about how I organize large dinner parties at home and the tools I use to delegate to my guests some of
The author of “White Walls: A Memoir About Motherhood, Daughterhood, and the Mess In Between” (http://amzn.to/2xuukfk), Judy humorously writes about her life as the daughter of a mom who was a hoarder and mentally ill; how she met her husband,
The author of “White Walls: A Memoir About Motherhood, Daughterhood, and the Mess In Between” (http://amzn.to/2xuukfk), Judy humorously writes about her life as the daughter of a mom who was a hoarder and mentally ill; how she met her husband,
Taciana Mello and Fernanda Moura from Brazil are interviewing women around the world (hey… I do that too!) about women’s empowerment, women founders and women entrepreneurs. They’re filming a documentary, gathering advice and stories from exper
Sally Becker is back on the podcast, talking about her current work and latest missions to Mosul. Sally’s charity Road to Peace really needs your help to pay for medical supplies for severely malnourished children in the war zone. Sally tells a
In today’s conversation, Karp Randel founders Robbie Karb and Jane Randel tell us about how and why they became partners, how their previous careers at Liz Claiborne LLC gave them the experience they need, and how they continue to work to make
I met Shelli Warren in my own personal mastermind group. We are now friends, mentor each other when needed, rely on each other, and will jump to help the other figure out a sticky spot in her business, or wherever. On today’s episode, we talk a
I run mastermind groups, both in-person and virtually, or on-line, and I think it’s time we talked more in depth about what the benefits are, why you should definitely join a mastermind, and what goes on inside a mastermind group. We discuss th
I run mastermind groups, both in-person and virtually, or on-line, and I think it’s time we talked more in depth about what the benefits are, why you should definitely join a mastermind, and what goes on inside a mastermind group. We discuss th
This week in Israel there was a terror attack where two Israeli policemen were killed. Both policemen were Druze, so I’m going to tell you about who the Druze are. The Druze are not Muslims, though the religion is an outgrowth of Islam that ori
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