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I Sustained an injury at work and it changed my life with Sophie Stewart
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ep.2 we hear from Got You Girl Founder Sophie Stewart on sustaining an Injury at work. Sophie shares her emotional and raw rollercoaster she has been on for the last two years trying to rehabilitate her shoulder. Sophie also shares how she felt and still feels with having an invisible injury and how challenging it can be when people don't understand your limitations and the pain your experiencing. Sophie has also written an article on her injury with has a similar title to this podcast. You can find the Article on the Got You Girl Website.
Episode 1, What inspired me to start Got You Girl ~ Sophie Stewart
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In Episode 1 Got You Girl Founder Sophie Stewart shares what inspired her to come up with the idea and concept of Got You Girl. Sophie shares what the challenges have been in starting/ launching Got You Girl plus shares her proudest moments since then. Sophie also talks about the importance of giving it a go, Paying it forward and supporting ALL women.
Let's Talk with Sophie Stewart | Founder of Got You Girl
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We're back from our little hiatus last week and hope you're ready for another episode of Let's Talk, Period. We hope this episode can bring some light to your day, and keep you company, given how intense everything feels right now!In this episode, Isabella talks with Sophie Stewart, founder of Got You Girl. After 14 years of working in the retail sector Sophie began to reassess where she was heading in life. She knew she needed to make a change but had no idea what. That lightbulb moment came in May 2019 when Sophie attended a ‘Business Chicks’ conference in Sydney and heard Ita Buttrose speak. Inspired, Sophie knew she had to create something to help start conversations and provide girls the tools they need to thrive, cue Got You Girl. We talk about the journey of Got You Girl, Sophie’s morning routine and her views on periods and why we don’t speak about them, or other women’s health issues. Sophie also shares what’s coming up next for Got You Girl and the power of sharing your story. Loved listening to Sophie!? You can follow Got You Girl on Instagram right here @gotyougirls and if you want to follow us on Instagram, we're at @letstalkperiodau.Want to know what we're currently loving? We have a weekly newsletter for that! You can subscribe to it here. We also have our very own Let's Talk Period. Podcast Community, which allows you to continue the conversation about each and every ep, you can join here. Not only can you talk about Let's Talk, Period. with other listeners, you can also share your thoughts, feelings and opinions on whatever you so fancy. You can also send us feedback or cute dog pics by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.orgLet's Talk Period. is a production of QENDO, a not for profit organisation supporting anyone affected by endometriosis, adenomyosis, PCOS or infertility. Loved this ep and want to see us grow? Tap 'subscribe' on Apple Podcasts or 'follow' on Spotify. Feeling really lovey dovey? Leave us a review!Your hosts are Jessica Taylor (@jessicataylorau) and Isabella Gosling (i_gosling).
In this episode, Martin hears from Sophie Stewart, a former NHS nurse who suffered a stroke, but who now sees is as a positive experience, talking about it in her blog. This is an incredible conversation that is well worth a few moments of your time. Sophie's blog can be found at:- https://medium.com/@sophiestewart_24480 And she can also be found on Twitter:- @HealedbyStroke
In this episode of Stroke Stories, we chat to Sophie Stewart, who suffered a stroke at the age of 38.She had to battle through a period of severe depression, but has come out of the experience stronger, and started a blog to help give advice and guidance for those in a similar position.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.