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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Rachel Doyle. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Rachel Doyle, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Rachel Doyle. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Rachel Doyle, often where they are interviewed.

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In The Making of Glamour Gals featuring Rachel Doyle. Presented by Shion Studio.

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Glamour Gals are bringing joy through manicures and makeovers to seniors across the country. Founder Rachel Doyle tells us about how Glamour Gals got started, what it's like to run a non-profit business, and how they're transitioning to help seniors who are isolated because of COVID-19.

Aug 24 2020 · 32mins
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102: How a Makeover Can Change the World with GlamourGals Founder Rachel Doyle

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Hell Yes Lifers, today my guest on the podcast is Rachel Doyle

Rachel founded GlamourGals in 2000 as a junior in high school. The first GlamourGals makeover took place in Commack, NY, with only three volunteers.

Almost 20 years later, GlamourGals is now headquartered in NYC and has grown into a national movement, inspiring and organizing over 1,300 teen volunteers in 18 states to provide ongoing companionship and complimentary beauty makeovers to women living in senior homes.

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Jul 14 2020 · 37mins

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Rachel Doyle

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In this episode, Susan and Rachel discuss:

  • Pathogens
  • Healing with energy, nutrition, and Pure Pathogenics.
  • How are we getting toxins into our body?
  • Clearing pathogens through spiritual healing.
  • Tune into their energy field, 



Key Takeaways:

  • Pathogens are organisms that cause sickness and disease. When symptoms are present in the body toxins or pathogens are involved. 
  • Positive energies and healthy food can be used to clear sickness and disease causing symptoms from the body with Pure Pathogenics.
  • Toxins/pathogens are delivered into our body through ingesting or an overgrowth of metals, yeast, viruses, and bacteria. We can even unknowingly be ingesting them through our skin.
  • Healing can be completed through Rachel’s ability to tune into a person's energy and check for a list of pathogens that she can later clear.  



"Heal the body through whole foods, natural foods, and juicing. " —  Rachel Doyle


Connect with Rachel Doyle:

Website: purepathogenics.co.uk
Email: info@purepathogenics.co.uk

Connect with Susan Kennard:

Twitter: @susankennard
Facebook: Susan Kennard - Expand Your Consciousness, Sparkle to Success
Website: SusanKennard.co.uk
LinkedIn: Susan Kennard
Email: Susan@SusanKennard.co.uk

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Show notes by Podcastologist: Kristen Braun

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Jun 18 2020 · 32mins
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089 SUPER Mom Rachel Doyle NYC

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Rachel unknowingly launched a life long non-profit business (GlamourGals)as a junior in high school. She is an NYC resident, a mom of 2 young children, and wife. She and her husband navigate life in the city together. She has almost 1,500 volunteers in 18 states. This our 2nd interview, but we are releasing this one 1st.

Is it possible that you might see the Super Hero in her that I see? Find out and maybe let her know as well! GlamourGals SUPER G.R.D. with D.E.

Jun 15 2020 · 32mins

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SAP Interview with Rachel Doyle

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As the founder and CEO of GlamourGals, Rachel Doyle helps connect teens and seniors through makeovers. These complimentary makeovers help provide seniors with lasting companionship and teach teens the importance of volunteering in their communities. 

Dec 10 2018 · 16mins
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Rachel Doyle of Arboretum Garden Centre Says The Glass Is Not Half Full; It's Full All The Time [Episode 106]

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Rachel Doyle CEO of Arboretum is the third ever Lifetime Achievement Award winner (and first woman to win) the Retail Excellence award in Ireland. Three great points you'll hear are that unless people die, anything else we can sort out in lif, an opportunity has to be realized in the lifetime of the opportunity and that entrepreneurs need todare to be different and go outside of the boundaries.

Jun 16 2018 · 24mins
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I Am Team Beachbody: Episode 23: Rachel Doyle

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While her career in the beauty industry started to fill Coach Rachel Doyle with toxic feelings, coaching soon helped her release her negative feelings and realize that not only can a "shy Coach" do this business but that they have the potential to live the life they've always dreamed.
May 23 2017 · 21mins
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Episode #64: Rachel Doyle, Founder, GlamourGals

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Rachel gives listeners some advice on what to do this summer if they do not have a job or internship. To download this podcast, click here
As a passionate, motivated teen looking to honor her own grandmother, Rachel Doyle started the first GlamourGals chapter when she was only 17 years old. Today, Rachel has the same enthusiasm and drive for the cause behind GlamourGals that she demonstrated in high school and her ability to continually streamline, evaluate and redefine aspects of the GlamourGals allows the program to grow along with its volunteers. When Rachel was still in high school, she was featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Since then, she has steadily gained national recognition in many media publications such as Montel Williams, The Christina Show, The New York Times, CBS’s The Early Show, Glamour Magazine, Cosmopolitan Magazine, and Newsday. Rachel has also won many awards for her work for GlamourGals. She was named the first ever “Cosmogirl of the Year” by Cosmogirl Magazine. She accepted the National Group Volunteer of the Year Award from the American Health Care Association. Rachel was featured in the American Eagle Outfitters Spring 2005 national ad campaign, and in 2006 she was named one of four Fun Fearless Females by Cosmopolitan Magazine, beating out thousands for the title. The GlamourGals program was also featured in two textbooks: a McGraw Hill 7th Grade Health Textbook and the 2007 Prentice Hall College Management textbook.http://twitter.com/GlamourGals


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May 17 2010 · 10mins
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Episode #41: Rachel Doyle, Founder, GlamourGals

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Rachel Doyle addresses the challenges associated with starting a non-profit as a career option. To download this podcast, click hereRachel, founder of the nonprofit GlamourGals, shares some basic issues to watch out for when starting a nonprofit. Per Rachel, fundraising is always an issue because of the resources needed to create an organization. Secondly, recruiting and retaining good people is a challenge. Rachel finds that offering flexible work schedules, not ruling by fear, and other non-monetary benefits are essential in getting the most out of people, especially volunteers. She urges creativity in your management and leadership style. Thirdly, excellent communication is essential and difficult in a world where people work virtually. Rachel also stresses differentiating yourself by being creative and unique in your ideas. For example, GamourGals has “Hot Pink Parties” which are knitting and crocheting parties with the elderly and teenagers. In the current economy, expensive dinners aren’t plausible so this is an affordable and relevant event that meets her non-profit’s mission. Rachel continues by discussing how to approach corporations, either as an interviewer or as a nonprofit looking for a partnership. Professionalism is imperative and having done your homework is essential; you must be well read, relevant, and well prepared. Also, it is important to evaluate to make sure that the company is in line with the nonprofit goals (or with what you want to do as a profession if you are interviewing). In addition, you need to find the right person to connect with. Rachel also expands on how it is important to bring a business sense to nonprofits because that structure is important. Finally, Rachel stresses the importance of writing a thank you note. It is very meaningful and very rare these days, and will really make an impact on the person.


As a passionate, motivated teen looking to honor her own grandmother, Rachel Doyle started the first GlamourGals chapter when she was only 17 years old. Today, Rachel has the same enthusiasm and drive for the cause behind GlamourGals that she demonstrated in high school and her ability to continually streamline, evaluate and redefine aspects of the GlamourGals allows the program to grow along with its volunteers. When Rachel was still in high school, she was featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Since then, she has steadily gained national recognition in many media publications such as Montel Williams, The Christina Show, The New York Times, CBS’s The Early Show, Glamour Magazine, Cosmopolitan Magazine, and Newsday. Rachel has also won many awards for her work for GlamourGals. She was named the first ever “Cosmogirl of the Year” by Cosmogirl Magazine. She accepted the National Group Volunteer of the Year Award from the American Health Care Association. Rachel was featured in the American Eagle Outfitters Spring 2005 national ad campaign, and in 2006 she was named one of four Fun Fearless Females by Cosmopolitan Magazine, beating out thousands for the title. The GlamourGals program was also featured in two textbooks: a McGraw Hill 7th Grade Health Textbook and the 2007 Prentice Hall College Management textbook.http://www.glamourgals.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=156&Itemid=106

http://www.glamourgals.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=17&Itemid=51

http://twitter.com/GlamourGals


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Nov 09 2009 · 10mins