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Qui ne rêve pas d’un monde où les femmes s’entraident, s’inspirent mutuellement, plutôt que de se crêper le chignon et de se tirer dans les pattes ? L’agence Girlbosses est née de cette ambition : créer une solidarité féminine puissante qui booste chacune des femmes ! Le podcast de Girlbosses comprendra des interviews inspirantes, des conseils impactants et tout ce qui aide les femmes à exploiter leur plein potentiel ! Plus d’infos sur www.girlbosses.fr
 
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We are a leadership and empowerment based podcast that hopes to inspire and reach out to future leaders. As a podcast we aim to help young adults persevere and demonstrate leadership skills within their communities and daily life.
 
Girlboss Radio returns with our new host, Puno, to delight your minds and ears with stories that redefine success. From doctors and small business owners to engineers and activists, you’ll hear how success can be so much more than just likes, dollars, growth or any single measurement. This podcast is a must-listen for those who are expanding what success means to them and their community.Sign up to get Girlboss Daily in your inbox each morning and follow us on Instagram @girlboss to discuss ...
 
GirlBoss Studio 是一個專門為女性打造夢想的頻道 頻道主要分享海外職涯規劃, 女性創業, 自我成長, 語言教學等議題。 頻道主持人Claire 是位有十年海外工作, 華語教學經驗的英國女創業家 目前Claire 為英國LingoClass 亞洲語言學校的創辦人,以及UAL倫敦藝術大學 的華語.文化.藝術講師。 藉由這個頻道想幫助更多想要往海外發展的GirlBoss 成功成為職場上的GirlBoss 以及自己人生的GirlBoss, 妳的人生,由妳選擇. Claire的IG追起來: girlboss.claire Powered by Firstory Hosting
 
Being a GirlBoss is often a lonely road and we have to celebrate our own victories and celebrate each other, every step of the way. We all need a little motivation and a friend to tell us how it is and make sure we are keeping it real. Leadership and Culture Changemaker, coach, writer and speaker, Deborah Hartung, is that friend. Episodes are never longer than 15 minutes and always aim to educate, entertain and enlighten you, no matter your age or where you are on your leadership journey. Le ...
 
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On episode 9 of Anti Girlboss Socialist Club Paniz Khosroshahy interviews Professor Agnieszka Graff about her open-access book Anti-Gender Politics in the Populist Moment (Routledge 2021), co-authored with Elżbieta Korolczuk. What are the the overlaps between anti-feminist rhetoric and activism with fascism? What is feminist populism? What can we l…
 
In this episode, Helen has a conversation with Louise Perry, journalist and author of the recently released “The Case Against the Sexual Revolution.” They cover Perry's background, the reason for her success, and their shared long-term vision of demographic collapse. Helen wrote a review of this book for The Institute of Family Studies, excerpted h…
 
In this episode, Helen sits down with Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, an economist, writer, founder of The Ruth Institute, and author of the book The Sexual State, which can be purchased through the following link at TAN books: https://tanbooks.com/products/books/life-family/home-life/the-sexual-state-how-elite-ideologies-are-destroying-lives-and-why-th…
 
In this episode, Helen speaks with Kay Clarity about the music industry, soviet-style artistic censorship, fine arts education, and the feminine imagination. Kay Clarity is a Canadian singer, writer, and composer living in LA. She has worked professionally in the arts and entertainment industry in Europe, the UK, and throughout Canada and the US. A…
 
Today’s guest, Mary Harrington, is a contributing editor at UnHerd and a frequent contributor to The American Mind, The New Statesman, First Things, The Critic, and more. Her book Feminism Against Progress will be published in late 2022. She is a wife, a mother, an avid runner, and a Brit. Explore Mary's work here on her website and follow her on T…
 
In this episode, Helen speaks with Ashley Colby about the ways women and mothers are forging new paths for their families in the wake of collapse. Ashley is a founder of Rizoma Field School,and experiential learning farm in rural Uruguay. She is the author of “Subsistence Agriculture in the United States” and host of the podcast and substack “Doome…
 
In this episode, Helen speaks with Ingri Pauline, a holistic women’s weightlifting coach, about rediscovering ancient wisdom about the female body. Ingri shares her insights on how to optimize self-awareness, physical and mental health, and productivity by tracking and honoring the menstrual cycle. Ingri's Links:InstagramTwitterWebsiteCycle Fundame…
 
In this episode, Helen speaks with Inez Stepman about the uses and limits of anti-feminism and how gender wars have flattened the sexes to stereotypes. Inez Feltscher Stepman is a senior policy analyst at IWF and host of High Noon with Inez Stepman, a podcast that hosts conversations with heterodox thinkers on a variety of important cultural and po…
 
In this episode, Helen speaks with Mary Eberstadt about faith, family, feminism, and the future. Mary Eberstadt holds the Panula Chair in Christian Culture at the Catholic Information Center in Washington DC and is Senior Research Fellow at the Faith & Reason Institute. She is an American writer whose contributions to the intellectual landscape tra…
 
In this episode, Tamsyn and Paniz are joined by writer and activist Nora Loreto and feminist and social justice advocate Sheru Abdulhusein to reflect on their experiences working at and with feminist non-profits (and “feminist” non-profits), how feminist non-profits emerged in Canada, and how they often reinforce the same oppressive power structure…
 
Christine Emba is a columnist for The Washington Post writing about ideas and society. Prior, she was the Hilton Kramer Fellow in Criticism at the New Criterion and a deputy editor at the Economist Intelligence Unit, focusing on technology and innovation. In this episode, Helen talks with Christine about the absolute nightmare scenario that is mode…
 
In this episode, Helen and Erika Bachiochi discuss the "lost vision" of women, our rights, and our social responsibility, detailed in Erika's newest book, The Rights of Women: Reclaiming a Lost Vision. Erika Bachiochi is a legal scholar specializing in Equal Protection jurisprudence, feminist legal theory, Catholic social teaching, and sexual ethic…
 
On this episode of Victor's Children Anti-Girlboss Socialist Club hosts Paniz Khosroshahy and Tamsyn Riddle join the show to discuss topics covered in two previous episodes of AGSC: the “Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Industry” and sexual violence programs at universities. The podcast is named after Victor Serge, a Russian revolutionary Marxist, n…
 
Helen and Abigail discuss the ways that various common ideas about womanhood lead to real personal damage. The conversation covers everything from performative femininity to birth control to transgenderism. Abigail Favale, Ph.D., is a writer, professor, and speaker. She currently directs and teaches in the William Penn Honors Program, a Great Books…
 
Helen and Carrie discuss the importance of beauty, order, and tranquility in our lives as women -- and how these things are best cultivated in the context of home. Carrie Gress is a Fellow at the Washington, D.C. based think-tank, Ethics and Public Policy Center and a Scholar at the Institute for Human Ecology at Catholic University of America. She…
 
This month, Tamsyn and Paniz are joined by Cheryl Rivera from Lux Magazine and Daniel Sarah Karasik from Midnight Sun Magazine to talk about why we need more socialist media. They discuss the relationship between writing and organizing, how their magazines try to reach existing and potential comrades, and making media that focuses on representing p…
 
On this episode, Paniz and Tamsyn are joined by Judy Rebick to talk about her book Ten Thousand Roses: The Making of a Feminist Revolution, outlining 60 years of feminist activism in Canada and exploring abortion, socialist feminism, anti-war and anti-carceral activism, story telling as a medium and the anti-violence movement. Ten Thousand Roses: T…
 
This month, hosts Paniz and Tamsyn are joined by Zena and Monica of the Palestinian Feminist Collective to talk about the feminist-washing and pinkwashing of Zionism, the BDS movement, why Palestine is a feminist issue, the importance of intergenerational organizing, transnational feminisms, and the use of ideas of indigeneity in discussing conflic…
 
New year,new me- That’s a common motto at the start of a new year. And fitting all you had planned in one day is tuff but to solve that issue we have self proclaimed time management gurus. The catch is that just that it often doesn’t work for oneself. Me included. That’s why I’ve decided to come up with my own formula of successful time management.…
 
On this episode of AGSC, Tamsyn and Paniz are joined by...each other, to talk about the reason they first met years ago: campus sexual assault, and the profound uselessness of the university administrators getting paid to address it. Having spent many years organizing, researching, and writing about the issue since then, they have seen how universi…
 
It’s November, aka. the month when we are all encouraged to partake in the manufacturing of sympathy for militarism in preparation for Remembrance Day. On this episode of AGSC, Paniz and Tamsyn are joined by Tyler Shipley, author of Canada in the World: Settler Capitalism and the Colonial Imagination published by Fernwood Publishing. Often, those c…
 
On the inaugural episode of the Anti-Girlboss Socialist Club, Paniz and Tamsyn are joined by Rinaldo Walcott, a professor at the Women and Gender Studies Institute at University of Toronto. They talk about the university as a site of struggle, the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) industry, private property, and the connections between the thr…
 
We can't believe it's already the season finale of Girlboss Radio! It only seemed fitting that we end this season with our very own, Puno the Founder of ilovecreatives, hosting an intimate solo episode. This week, Puno is sharing her journey that started as a freelancer and led to being a full-fledged founder. She is letting us in on the world of f…
 
What does it take to become a content creator? This week, Puno chats with Rachel Nguyen, Fashion Blogger & Youtuber. Rachel discusses how she got her start in content creation and continues to find success through her evolution. She is sharing a ton of tips and the future she sees for content creators. Follow Rachel’s journey on Instagram @thatschi…
 
Last time we talked out investing in stocks, but this week we discuss investment on a larger scale. There are so many other things to invest in, whether that is valuable items, real estate, companies, and more. Tune in for an entertaining but informational episode!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https:/…
 
Who makes sure the employee ecosystem at a company is thriving? This week, Puno chats with Ann Roberts, the Chief People Officer at Flo. Ann discusses where she sees the role of CPO going and what it means to work in modern-day HR. She's also sharing tips on what it takes to create great company culture. Plus, she's giving us all the details on the…
 
Do you have what it takes to be a social media marketer? This week, Puno chats with Taylor Loren, a Social Strategist and Course Creator, formerly the Head of Marketing at Girlboss and Director of Content at Later Media. Taylor discusses how she found her voice as a social media maven and leveraged that into a flourishing career. She is giving us t…
 
E-commerce marketing is what again? This week, Puno chats with Ceilidh MacLeod, a digital consultant and Co-Founder of OEM. Ceilidh discusses her career as an e-commerce marketing queen, which has included companies like Shoes.com and The Hundreds. She let us in on all the secrets on what it takes to work in digital marketing and kill it. So pull u…
 
What do you do when you feel like your business practices aren’t eco-friendly? This week, Puno chats with Mara Hoffman, fashion designer and CEO of Mara Hoffman, a leader in sustainable fashion. Mara discusses her start in the fashion industry and how she pivoted to put sustainability first. Mara is giving us all the tips when it comes to being mor…
 
You're unhappy and want to make a shift in your career, but you don't know where to start. Can you leave your current job and pivot? This week, Puno chats with Lisa Choi Owens, the Chief Revenue Officer and Director of Growth at TED. Lisa discusses her start on Wall Street and how her expansive career in for-profit companies ultimately led to her p…
 
For this week’s episode, Lalana and Zoya dive into the specifics of debit and credit cards, further elaborating on being responsible with your spending habits when using a credit card. Of course, what’s a #GirlBoss episode without us going off topic, so tune in for a fun but informative episode!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest…
 
It’s better to work fast, and having more means better, right? These are the values of most American businesses, but is that really what defines a good business or product? This week, Puno chats with April Garguilo, the founder of the amazingly successful company Vintner’s Daughter, a luxury plant-based skincare brand. April takes us through her sl…
 
Let's be honest, can a founder even achieve an impactful brand without a team behind them? This week, Puno chats with Trelawny Davis, who's making a name for herself as an iconic branding and marketing storyteller. She's letting us in on all the secrets for what it takes to make a brand thrive from a profit standpoint AND be impactful. Who wouldn't…
 
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