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#250: Become the Person You Needed When You Were Younger with Rachel Weinstock

Own Your Choices Own Your Life

#250: Become the Person You Needed When You Were Younger with Rachel Weinstock Today we are speaking with Transformational Coach & Speaker, Rachel Weinstock. Rachel works with pre-teens and teenagers who are struggling with being bullied, low self-esteem, chronic stress, and anxiety. She is the Creator of “Enough Is Enough: Getting To The Heart Of Bullying Prevention” and “Virtual Club for Pre-Teens” - an online program that helps young people to lower their anxiety through heightening their mindfulness and expressing themselves creatively. For 17+ years, Rachel has travelled the world teaching, speaking, and storytelling, and today she is on a mission to create a world where every child feels happy, confident, and safe to be the truest, most creative version of themselves. Rachel holds Degrees in both Visual Arts and Education and was awarded the James W. Fair Leadership Award from the Ontario Institute For Studies In Education. Her philosophy to working with children is deeply impactful because of her lived experience of being bullied as a child and teenager.More than 17 years ago Rachel decided that she would always show up as the teacher she dreamt of having as a child, and ever since has been known by her students, colleagues, and fans as the one and only, Miss Rainbow Fairy.In this episode we discuss: 1) The importance of sharing our stories to help others realize that we are not alone.  2) We can become mentors for others that we wish we were at the beginning of our journey. 3) Hurt people hurt people.  It is up to us to break the patterns that are keeping us stuck in cycles of pain, anger, frustration and resentment. Healing ourselves allows us to step into the roles that we are here to be in and use our gifts to impact others. Connect with RachelWebsite: http://www.rachelweinstock.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RachelWeinstock Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rachelweinstock_/ Facebook Groups: https://www.facebook.com/groups/222936935471538/ Website: https://virtualcampforkids.com/fallclub Email: contact@rachelweinstock.com Marsha Vanwynsberghe — Author, Speaker and Life Coach Marsha is the 6-time Bestselling Author of “When She Stopped Asking Why”.  She shares her lessons as a parent who dealt with teen substance abuse far past the level of normal experimentation. Through her programs, coaching and live events for women, Marsha is on a mission to teach you how to “Own Your Choices” in your own life.  She teaches women how to own their stories, lead themselves and pay it forward to others by creating businesses that serve, support and impact others.


29 Apr 2021

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Empowering The Mental Health Of Our Children With Rachel Weinstock - Episode 120

Girls 4 Greatness

I am coming at you this week with another Real Life. Real Talk.  Episode of the Girls 4 Greatness podcast. This week I have the incredible honor of welcoming Rachel Weinstock back to the show. Rachel was first a guest on episode #27 where we talked all about the power of play with our children. I have decided to feature her again as we have a wonderful conversation around the topic of mental health and our youth.  Rachel is a Transformational Coach and Speaker for pre-teens and teenagers who are struggling with being bullied, low self-esteem, chronic stress, and anxiety. She is the creator of “Enough is Enough. Getting to the Heart of Bullying Prevention, and she is also the creator of “Virtual Club For Pre-Teens,” an online program that helps young people to lower their anxiety through heightening their mindfulness and expressing themselves creatively.  Rachel is on a mission to create a world where every child feels happy, confident and safe to be the truest, most creative version of themselves.  I invite you to listen in as Rachel and I dive deep into how we can best help our children and youth navigate the stressors they are faced with in our world today. We also talk about the best ways we can instill confidence in our youth as well as how we can best create a culture of kindness and empathy.  Please be sure to find and connect with Rachel over on Instagram and Facebook under @rachelweinstock. You can also check out Rachel’s Facebook group, Parents Helping Their Teens With Anxiety, Stress and Self-Confidence, by heading to https://www.facebook.com/groups/222936935471538/. Please also head to Rachel’s website, http://www.rachelweinstock.com/, for all the info on what Rachel is up to. You can even check out the virtual camps Rachel holds by heading to https://virtualcampforkids.com/start1609957220876?fbclid=IwAR3hBexRTdQJ7PHtNYXhyfVd9JOBgoHLTgy8ZHIS88ZwiUmwi0qTDegyyQU.


17 Feb 2021

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Virtual Camp for Kids Rachel Weinstock

The James Rice Show

When are students going to study abroad again? James has the answer. Plus a Virtual Camp for Kids - James is joined by teacher Rachel Weinstock who discusses how she transforms her passionate teaching style online. www.virtualcampforkids.com Learn more about Rachel here: http://www.rachelweinstock.com/Learn more about James’ award-winning Study It ESL textbook series at www.studyitbooks.com Please follow James on Instagram at www.instagram.com/connectwithjames or on Facebook: www.facebook.com/jamesriceshow and Don't forget to check out our website www.TheJamesRiceShow.com.


4 May 2020

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How to go from bullied to a leader in bullying prevention with Rachel Weinstock

Soul Tears

What does a young middle school girl do when she is constantly bullied by the neighborhood kids? How does that girl transform the constant rejection, name-calling and abuse into a movement? In today’s powerful episode, you will learn how Rachel Weinstock, a.k.a. Miss Rainbow Fairly, fought hard to become the teacher she most needed as a child.  As an elementary school teacher and speaker, Rachel shares the a-ha moment when she really understood true ugliness and what she must do to fight. As she heals from her own experience,  she has learned to step into her own power and empower her students to do the same. About our Guest Rachel holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts and a Bachelor of Education. In addition, she has spent over a decade studying public speaking, storytelling, improvisational acting, red-nose clowning, dance, and life-coaching.Connect with Rachel:----◼️Website: rachelweinstock.com◼️Instagram:@Miss_rainbow_fairy Connect with us!----Connect with Sean Bloch◼️Website: www.bluehalofilms.com◼️Instagram:@seanstevebloch◼️Twitter: @seanstevebloch----Subscribe to Podcast◼️ITUNES 🎙️ (link) ◼️Spotify 🎙️ (link)


9 Jan 2020

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Miss Rainbow Fairy W/ Rachel Weinstock

The Teacher Recharge Podcast

Today's Guest: Rachel Weinstock Rachel Weinstock is an elementary school teacher, public speaker and artist. She has been working in the education field for over fifteen years and is known as "Miss Rainbow Fairy" because of her alternative approach to education. She speaks about how to create emotionally safe and empowering spaces in the classroom and beyond with parents, educators and caring adults.  Join the “Acknowledge Someone” Movement! Use the code "TEACHERRECHARGE" and receive 10% off your entire purchase:  http://www.fredmotivates.com/shop/ Rachel Weinstock: Website: rachelweinstock.com Instagram: @miss_rainbow_fairy FREE Audiobook and a FREE 30 Day Trial: Audible Fred Koepp: Twitter/Instagram: @fred_nationBusiness Account: @teacherrecharge Facebook: Fred Motivates Website: www.fredmotivates.com Podcast Website: www.teacherrecharge.podbean.com Email: teacherrechargepodcast@gmail.com You can also listen on: Stitcher iTunes Google Play Podbean Spotify Player FM


15 Apr 2019

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Embracing The Power Of Play With Rachel Weinstock - 027

Girls 4 Greatness

I invite you all to listen in on today’s interview with the inspiring and joyful Rachel Weinstock. Rachel is an elementary teacher, artist, and motivational speaker with a huge heart for informing others about the importance of creating emotionally safe and empowering spaces both in the classroom and beyond. Rachel and I chat about why this topic hits so close to home and why she is so passionate about getting the word out about a different approach to education. Rachel has been teaching both internationally and with the Toronto District School Board for over 15 years. She is lovingly known as, “Miss Rainbow Fairy” to thousands of children because of her alternative, all-inclusive approach to education. Once again, this episode highlights the powerful story of how someone did not let their past define them, but rather how they chose to let their past fuel their drive to make the world a better place in their own unique way. I have no doubt that Rachel’s inspiring words will further empower you to embrace your own past and to use your own greatness to leave your unique mark on the world. If you would like to connect with Rachel then be sure to check out her YouTube channel, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjEipZbX0IXyc5E8wYZsBaw?view_as=subscriber. She can also be found on Instagram under @miss_rainbow_fairy.  You can also find out more info on when and where Rachel is speaking at http://speaking.rachelweinstock.com.


16 Jan 2019

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Turn Your Greatest Pain Into Your Greatest Strength with Rachel Weinstock

Unconventional Leaders

She was bullied through grade school and high school. As a kid, Rachel Weinstock made a promise to herself that she would make a difference in the lives of other kids who experienced abuse in schools. She has a powerful message about the importance of play and creativity and believes that we can use our greatest pain and turn it into our greatest strength. As a teacher, speaker, and founder of Playfully Creative Workshops, Rachel has a passion to help children and adults return to their most “authentic selves” through play. She believes that the “more authentic you can be, the more that will translate into your business, relationships and in your life.” Resource Mentioned: The Artist's Way (You can read my review here) Topics Discussed: Ways to be more creative. How to rewire our minds and return to creativity and play in our work. How to not suppress our joy and enjoy life. Connect with Rachel: Website Facebook Youtube Instagram -- For access to our free Morning Habit Tracker click here https://www.heatherparady.com/morning/ -- Connect with us! Facebook group: https://bit.ly/2lPut5A Website: heatherparady.com Social: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCwUvrwJB_0ahNqrcBHP-TA


13 Aug 2018