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Women of Impact

Hosted by Lisa Bilyeu, co-founder of the billion dollar company Quest Nutrition and President of Impact Theory, this show features women who have overcome incredible hardship to achieve massive success. Our mission is to empower you and all women to recognize that you really can become the hero of your own life. Welcome to Women of Impact.

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If You Ever Experience Anxiety, Try These Tips to Overcome It | Seane Corn on Women of Impact

Seane Corn overcame OCD and severe anxiety, not to mention drug abuse, through yoga and spiritual practice. Now she is part of the revolution of the soul, practicing radical healing, conscious action, and guiding people to self-awareness. On this episode of Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu, Seane Corn shares her history with trauma, explains how to identify and change the stories we tell ourselves, and describes how she healed herself with yoga. SHOW NOTES: Seane shares her history with OCD, anxiety and drug abuse [3:00] Seane explains what caused her to move away from drugs and towards yoga [8:21]Seane describes what kept her going when yoga at first made anxiety worse [12:26] Seane and Lisa discuss trauma and the misconceptions surrounding it [14:23] Seane talks about the connection between mind, body and soul [20:58] Seane explains how to identify and unravel the stories we tell ourselves [23:43] Seane rejects “white saviorism” and confronts her own power and privilege [27:00] Seane advocates confronting your own participation in oppressive systems [31:18] Seane describes the process for dealing with harmful attitudes and behaviors [33:30] Seane explains how to understand intergenerational trauma [37:09] Seane hopes that her book inspires people to love and serve peace [38:32] Seane shares her superpower [40:15] FOLLOW SEANE: WEBSITE: www.seanecorn.com INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2lFemdH FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2lMOHja TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2kFaqt9


11 Sep 2019

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Chalene Johnson on How to Set Boundaries, Maintain Focus, and End Distractions | Women of Impact

Chalene Johnson has made her name as a fitness coach, an entrepreneur and a business coach. But her path to success wasn’t easy, and she has dealt with severe health issues, an addiction to work, and the constant pressures of imposter syndrome. On this episode of Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu, Chalene Johnson describes the challenges of building a supportive team, giving up control, and taking responsibility. She also gives clear, specific, and immediately implementable advice on how to set boundaries, focus on one thing, and eliminate distractions. SHOW NOTES: Chalene discusses feeling unqualified or unworthy [1:58] Chalene talks about being addicted to work [3:30] Chalene describes the process of taking responsibility and setting boundaries [7:05] Chalene explains how she and her husband set clear, specific priorities [9:05] Chalene talks about the difficulty in giving up control [12:58] Chalene shares her health challenges and how at first she thought nothing was wrong [15:39] What would Chalene tell her past self to fix her relationship with health and work? [20:54] Chalene describes imposter syndrome and how to deal with it [23:46] Chalene talks about how her support system helps her take risks [25:35] Failures make for the best stories, and everything you want is on the other side of fear [26:58] Chalene discusses how to focus on one thing [29:03] Chalene explains how she creates habits by focusing on the rewards [32:26] Chalene describes exactly how she breaks her addiction to distractions [36:08] When you say no, don’t give reasons why [37:06] Chalene explains why you need to believe that your goals are possible [38:47] Chalene advocates focusing on your direction, not your obstacles [42:25] Chalene shares her superpower [43:12] FOLLOW CHALENE: WEBSITE: chalenejohnson.com INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/1RhxodM FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2MEizJH TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2PgcpBn


23 Oct 2019

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If You Lack Confidence, Listen to These Clips | Women of Impact

Do you want to be more confident? Do you ever struggle with self-confidence? This episode of Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu is focused exclusively on how to build confidence. Guests as diverse as Nicole Lepera, Vanessa Van Edwards, Alex Hudgens, Alexi Panos, Cassey Ho, Noor Tagouri and Shawn Johnson explain how to control your anxiety, why it’s useful to think about death every day, and why you really need to take action before you feel ready. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Lepera compares confidence and ego [0:31] Vanessa Van Edwards talks about how similar anxiety and excitement are [2:10] Alex Hudgens describes the times when she had to fake confidence [6:32] Alex explains why she thinks about death every day [8:41] Alexi Panos advocates taking action before you feel you are ready [9:49] Cassey Ho talks about taking the word “just” out of your vocabulary [11:49] Noor Tagouri advocates being exposed to diverse perspectives and backgrounds [14:34] Shawn Johnson describes the importance of your environment [19:34] FOLLOW WOMEN OF IMPACT: INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2PjcSPG FOLLOW LISA: INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2PjcS28 FOLLOW NICOLE LEPERA: https://bit.ly/2mqYoEp FOLLOW VANESSA VAN EDWARDS: https://bit.ly/2kV2LqP FOLLOW ALEX HUDGENS: https://bit.ly/2kRxvce FOLLOW ALEXI PANOS: https://bit.ly/2lukDJv FOLLOW CASSEY HO: https://bit.ly/2PE5JtA FOLLOW NOOR TAGOURI: https://bit.ly/2mUAkdd FOLLOW SHAWN JOHNSON: https://bit.ly/2lwzxif


25 Sep 2019

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Rhonda Ross on Learning How to Win When The World Is Against You | Women of Impact

Having pop culture icons as parents is a blessing, but it also creates incredible pressure and imposes some pretty limiting expectations. As daughter of Motown musicians Diana Ross and Berry Gordy, Rhonda Ross might be the leading expert on those sorts of blessings and pressures. On today’s episode of Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu, Rhonda Ross discusses how she learned to find her true voice amidst everyone’s expectations, why she welcomes criticism, and why she has learned to remind herself always, in good times and bad, that nothing is permanent. SHOW NOTES: Rhonda talks about being limited by other’s expectations [2:27] Rhonda describes how meditation allowed her to hear her own true voice [5:59] Rhonda shares how she stopped doing what others wanted her to do [9:13] Rhonda and Lisa discuss how to use criticism positively to be self-aware [12:20] Rhonda explains how she saw through the idea that fame would bring happiness [15:07] Rhonda advocates daily, purposeful gratitude and appreciation [18:04] Rhonda and Lisa discuss taking ownership of your life [20:10] Rhonda talks about why it’s nobody’s job to make her happy [21:51] Rhonda explains why it’s so important to not try to control other people [25:46] Rhonda describes the difficulty she had in conceiving a child [28:04] Rhonda details how she learned to enjoy every step of any journey she’s on [31:14] “Belief is everything.” [32:47] Rhonda and Lisa discuss always reminding yourself that nothing is permanent [34:10] Rhonda shares her superpower. [35:53] FOLLOW RHONDA: WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/31YBRya FACEBOOK:https://bit.ly/2Ziret5 INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/3422ggw TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2ZrM2Ka


28 Aug 2019

Rank #4

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How to Be More Likable and Impressive | Vanessa Van Edwards on Women Of Impact

This week’s guest on Women of Impact is Vanessa Van Edwards. Vanessa Van Edwards is a behavioral investigator, speaker and the national best-selling author of Captivate: The Science of Succeeding with People. In this episode, she talks about how to set boundaries, how to be more likable, and how to talk to people at parties. SHOW NOTES: Tips for feeling less awkward at any event [03:08] Why you should never "fake it til you make it" [07:14] What to do when you feel anxious [11:17] Why sharing your falls makes you more likable [15:34] What makes people popular vs unpopular? [18:33] A mental hack to get other people to impress you [21:13] How to actually connect with people using 'hot buttons' [24:16] Why saying no is harder for women than it is for men [26:15] How to re-evaluate career motivation after having children [32:27] Weighing the highs and lows of life after having children [38:28] Why all of your relationships follow the same pattern [44:09] Why knowing your love language can improve your relationships [47:32] The power of "fill in the blank wishes" [50:34] FOLLOW VANESSA: WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/2SahZTF INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/28MKLDf FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2IumPL9 TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2UHFxVS YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/2uLGzTb


17 Apr 2019

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If You Think Your Friends Are Holding You Back, You Must Listen To This | Cassey Ho on Women of Impact

In the pilot of episode of Women of Impact, Cassey Ho of Blogilates sits down with Lisa Bilyeu to discuss the nuances of friendship and why they ended The Sheroic Podcast. SUBSCRIBE for new episodes every Wednesday!  SHOW NOTES: Mixing business with friendship [2:39] Why Cassey and Lisa stopped Sheroic [4:10] Why it’s important to prioritize your friendship [6:36] Your friendship dynamic is bound to change [7:35] Why it’s okay to let go of a friendship [8:33] Embracing emotions is empowering [10:56] Give what you get [12:39] Accepting people the way they are [14:05] What value does your friend add to your life? [15:47] Having difficult conversations [16:38] What it means to have a “genuine” friendship [19:14] How to deal with jealousy [22:20] Hot to not let negativity get in the way of your friendship [25:27] Share your success and milestones [28:30] Downplaying yourself can be detrimental [33:30] Being assertive is necessary [36:06] Defining your friendship [38:46] FOLLOW CASSEY HO: YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/1iEUAY7 INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2PE5JtA FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/1xvarwz WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/2LYLrsn FOLLOW WOMEN OF IMPACT: https://bit.ly/2PjcSPG FOLLOW LISA BILYEU: https://bit.ly/2PjcS28


5 Sep 2018

Rank #6

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Alisa Vitti on Women's Health Expert Debunks the Worst Myths About Hormones | Women of Impact

Too much of the advice in the fitness, diet and self-help field is based on research that ignores reproductive-age women, their hormonal cycles and their natural rhythms. Functional nutritionist and women’s hormonal health expert Alisa Vitti intends to end that imbalance by promoting concepts, practices and bio-hacking methods developed by and for women. On this episode of Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu, Alisa Vitti explains exactly how women can get in tune with and benefit from their hormonal cycles. She also talks about why much of the health advice aimed at men is actually damaging to women, discusses in detail the unappreciated but critically important infradian rhythm, explains why PMS is absolutely not inevitable, and even suggests some ideas that could significantly increase your sexual pleasure. SHOW NOTES: Why are women getting sicker? Why are women left out of so much research? [3:49] Women in their reproductive years have a second biological rhythm, the infradian rhythm [5:48] Your infradian rhythm impacts six key systems in your body [6:56] Men organize their lives around the circadian rhythm, which matters to women too, but... [8:00] Lisa and Alisa discuss the need for women to organize around the infradian rhythm [10:08] PMS is not inevitable. Alisa explains how to avoid it. [13:35] Alisa explains what happens if you disrupt your infradian rhythm too much [16:41] Women should not necessarily follow the same schedule every day [20:31] Alisa discusses the negative internal dialogue that women often struggle with [22:24] Alisa explains how it’s counterproductive for women to train the same way every day [23:56] Intermittent fasting and keto diets are harmful for many women [26:42] You should listen to your body, when health experts disagree [27:52] Women’s brain chemistry changes by 25% over the course of the month [28:55] Alisa explains how the infradian rhythm balances out a woman’s life [34:34] You may need extra self-care during different phases of your infradian rhythm [35:13] How to listen to your body and respond to it [37:47] You don’t need to be perfect in order to get started [40:00] Sexual pleasure is different throughout the different infradian phases [41:05] Lisa and Alisa discuss owning your own sexuality and its effect on confidence [43:24] Alisa shares her superpower [46:35] FOLLOW ALISA: WEBSITE: floliving.com INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/32o5nPj FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/32mjoNz TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2ToO391 


26 Feb 2020

Rank #7

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Allana Pratt an Intimacy Expert That Will Change Your Relationships Forever

This week’s guest on Women of Impact is Allana Pratt. Allana is an intimacy expert, the author of 4 books, and she is the go-to authority for people struggling to trust again after a harsh breakup. In this episode she talks about how to trust after betrayal, how to develop an intimate relationship with yourself, and the importance of embracing your sexuality. SHOW NOTES:Allana recounts the first time she wore fishnets and a G string and how she began to feel empowered [3:27]Allana talks about how she used to compare herself to people [6:21]Allana tells the story about the first time she was forced to deal with the death of a friend [9:30]Allana’s script for addressing herself and acknowledging her needs [13:17]“What you resist persists” [13:56]Why you need to have an intimate relationship with yourself before you can have one with yourself [16:03]How Allana has taken ownership of her decisions [18:54]How to stop judging yourself and make real progress [22:03]How Allana dealt with not having money for a deposit to sell her coaching and the valuable choices she made to continue making progress [23:06]Allana talks about why it’s difficult for women to open up about their sexuality [26:47]Allana talks about her experience and relationship with money [30:02]How to trust again after someone betrays your trust [35:11]Why Allana says you have to match the vibration of the things you want [39:01]Why you need to ask to receive [39:39] Why Allana loves pole dancing [40:56]Allana talks about her superpower [43:23] FOLLOW ALLANA:WEBSITE: http://allanapratt.comTWITTER: https://twitter.com/allanaprattINSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/allanaprattFACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/coachallanaprattYOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/AlanaPratt


22 May 2019

Rank #8

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This is How You Become A Happier Person | Sophie Keller on Women of Impact

This week’s guest on Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu is Sophie Keller. Sophie Keller is a happiness and well being expert, the author of a collection of books on happiness and relationships, and also the founder of the Village Workspaces. She is also a spokesperson for a number of Fortune 500 companies. In this episode, she talks about how to maintain a relationship by being self aware and the secrets of long-term well being. SHOW NOTES: Why all of Sophie's books start with a quiz [02:19] The reason anger is a health problem [03:29] Why "the now" is all that matters [06:26] How to identify and change your internal thoughts [09:13] How Sophie used feng shui to bring harmony to her life [11:11] The importance of having an awesome workplace [12:46] Why making an impact doesn't have to be a huge endeavor [13:57] What types of people are you attracting? [16:10] How to create harmony within yourself [18:45] Why you'll never get a "perfect" partner [19:58] How to tell if your partner is right for you early on [21:29] Why you can't have any doubts about the person you're marrying [22:53] Should your partner come before your children? [25:01] How to work well with your partner [27:29] FOLLOW SOPHIE: WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/2OqEOSA TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2CENgsC


27 Mar 2019

Rank #9

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Marisa Peer on How to Take Control of Your Life | Women of Impact

 Famed hypnotherapist, creator of Rapid Transformational Therapy, and all-around psychological superwoman Marisa Peer is one of the world’s leading experts on controlling your thoughts, your emotional state, and thus your life’s results. And right now, when people are physically isolated and spending so much time confronted with their own mental state, her message is more necessary than ever. On this episode of Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu, Marisa Peer discusses how her methods of controlling language and using powerful, positive words can help people make it through these unexpected times. She gives concrete examples of how to use self-talk effectively, discusses the importance of taking control of your thoughts, explains how to talk to children about the coronavirus pandemic, and even shares some surprising ways women can boost their immune system. This episode is brought to you by: WHOOP: For 15% off your order, go to whoop.com and use discount code IMPACT at checkout. Impact Theory Planner: amazon.com/shops/impacttheory Better Help: Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/womenofimpact and use discount code WOMENOFIMPACT Best Fiends: Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play. SHOW NOTES: Marisa Peer advocates looking for what’s good about quarantines and isolation [2:30] You need to give yourself a daily routine to make it through the coronavirus pandemic [5:15] Why words matter and how they are so powerful [6:57] You can only control your thoughts, which control your emotions and your beliefs [10:48] Marisa and Lisa discuss how you always have a choice about how you think [13:00] How do you deal with living with other people who have a negative mindset? [17:06] Marisa and Lisa talk about how to break out of procrastination [21:02] Nobody can reject you without your consent, and you can always make progress [26:12] Marisa explains how to talk to children about dangers and uncertainty [29:11] To be happy you need someone to love, something to do, and somewhere to go [33:13] The words you use will shape your reality [34:44] Marisa shares her superpower [36:34] FOLLOW LISA: Instagram: https://bit.ly/2TIsoKh YouTube: https://bit.ly/2IAbTcH Podcast: https://spoti.fi/2IEajGW  FOLLOW MARISA: WEBSITE: marisapeer.com INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/33kLFmz FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2XK3IBe TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2pLuJYu 


22 Apr 2020

Rank #10

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Jen Cohen on The Only Method to Overcome Doubt | Women of Impact

Author of “Strong is the New Skinny,” health and lifestyle consultant Jen Cohen is very used to pursuing unusual opportunities and taking surprising risks. Because, as she is fond of asking, “What’s the worst that can happen?” On this episode of Health Theory with Lisa Bilyeu, Jen Cohen explains why it’s better to be strong, bold and adventurous than merely skinny, talks at length about how to deal with your weaknesses, and describes exactly how to take small, sustainable steps to build confidence and resilience. SHOW NOTES: Jen explains the slogan, “What’s the worst that can happen?” [2:43] Jen advocates being bold and being willing to fail [4:18] Jen explains how to deal with failure and rejection [7:26] Jen claims that training fitness also means training your mindset [10:56] Jen describes the pressures women feel to be skinny [12:37] Jen advocates taking small, sustainable steps to form good habits [14:53] Lisa and Jen discuss why you need non-negotiables [16:58] Jen talks about how sometimes your best quality is your worst quality [20:34] Jen explains how to tell the difference between burnout and just making excuses [21:50] Jen and Lisa discuss being your own worst critic [23:54] Jen describes how to get trustworthy feedback [26:18] Jen shares one of her biggest failures and how she dealt with it [27:10] Jen and Lisa discuss how to deal with weaknesses and form a great team [32:02] Jen affirms the value of self-awareness, resilience and being deliberate [36:20] Jen shares her superpower [37:37]  FOLLOW JEN: WEBSITE: jennifercohen.com INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2o1IeSK TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2nisLO7


2 Oct 2019

Rank #11

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She Went From $18,000 in Debt to Owning a 7 Figure Business! | Patrice Washington on Women of Impact

This week’s guest on Women of Impact is Patrice Washington. Patrice Washington is the Founder and CEO of Seek Wisdom Find Wealth, a personal finance training and development firm focused on moving you from debt management to money mastery. In this episode she talks about her experiences with debt, how to save money and what she did after losing everything in the 2008 financial crash. BUY Real Money Answers For Every Woman by Patrice Washington: https://amzn.to/2I4toUt SHOW NOTES:The mindset it takes to make money [2:33] How to ask for help without feeling bad about yourself [06:30] Learning to love who you are [08:40] Why wealth has nothing to do with material things [12:32] Why physical health is a necessary component of success [15:02] A new approach to building relationships [17:20] Why you have to keep your physical space clutter-free [20:18] Ditch your money excuses [22:25] How to think about spending money on your health now [26:51] The importance of building healthy habits [28:29] Why you can't compare your money habits to your partner's [32:01] How to set joint financial goals with your partner [35:39] Why women have a hard time negotiating [42:22] The reason you can't settle for something you don't believe in [47:40] FOLLOW PATRICE: WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/2UJsouF YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/2VsLGBO INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2jZCkOx FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2uVsUHz PODCAST: https://apple.co/2OYBOwU


10 Apr 2019

Rank #12

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NEVER Apologize For Being Who You Are | Amanda Bucci on Women of Impact

Business coach and lifestyle entrepreneur, Amanda Bucci, sits down to chat with Lisa about changing paths to build the life you’re dreaming of. SUBSCRIBE for new episodes every Wednesday! SHOW NOTES: How to deal with identity crisis [02:12] Why it’s important to step outside your comfort zone [03:30] Why "being different" is the right path to take [04:48] The fear of what other people will think [06:34] Why you need to take risks [09:14] Getting over imposter syndrome by becoming the ‘expert' [11:00] Taking it step by step [13:10]                       Be a learner, not a perfectionist [15:05] Being your own person [17:50] You and your thoughts are separate entities [19:12] How to not let fear dictate your life [20:57] Dealing with haters [22:36]  Believing in yourself [25:36] Why having a growth mindset is everything [28:19] Experiencing the extremes [30:37]                    Facing your fears head on [32:54] Being unapologetic is key [34:05] Embracing your authentic self [36:02] Short term happiness vs long term happiness [39:08] Connecting with others at a deeper level [43:30] DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE: The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks: https://amzn.to/2x4WL0M Brain Over Binge by Kathryn Hansen: https://amzn.to/2oTYyCi Enneagram Personality Test: https://tests.enneagraminstitute.com/ Unapologetic video: https://youtu.be/k5PL5CrwfQs FOLLOW AMANDA BUCCI WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/2x4gdL5 YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/2avkFLG PODCAST: https://apple.co/2CEa9yQ INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2x32ViL FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2CIIsFo


12 Sep 2018

Rank #13

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How to Establish Healthy Boundaries For Yourself | Najwa Zebian on Women of Impact

This week’s guest on Women of Impact is Najwa Zebian. Najwa Zebian is a Lebanese-Canadian author, speaker, and educator. Inspired by her love of language from an early age, now she gives her voice to those who feel silenced. In this episode she talks about getting past trauma and how to know if your relationship is serving you. BUY NAJWA’S BOOKS: The Nectar of Pain: https://amzn.to/2W52QWu Sparks of Pheonix: https://amzn.to/2Gun0mc Mind Platter: https://amzn.to/2IPzeIN SHOW NOTES: A new way to think about ‘home’ [02:19] Does happiness just come to us? [05:48] Why we need to feel and accept our pain [07:09] How to actually feel your pain so you can move on [09:57] Boundaries you need to set up for future relationships [15:40] Najwa’s definition of self love [19:24] Why you can’t be positive all the time [21:52] The importance of taking responsibility for your health [26:30] How to find your voice [29:28] The real story behind Najwa’s International Women’s Day speech [35:08] Why you can’t doubt your truth [42:00] FOLLOW NAJWA: WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/2virGWO INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2adrxex FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2GBCOEJ TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2vjRQZm YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/2UzlDaJ


24 Apr 2019

Rank #14

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Mally Roncal on Why You Should Never Walk Away from Your Passion | Women of Impact

Beauty industry titan Mally Roncal has worked with the biggest names in the world--including Beyonce. On this episode of Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu, Mally Roncal shares her stories of making it in business, working with celebrities, maintaining a happy marriage, and dealing with the inevitable haters. She also explains how to not take no for an answer, how to balance work and family life, and how to live according to your deepest intuitions and your authentic self. SHOW NOTES: Mally describes the difficulty women have in being proud of themselves [3:08] How to not take no for an answer [3:37] Mally advocates listening carefully to the voice of intuition at absolutely all times [7:46] Mally describes her passion to lift women up [11:50] Mally and Lisa discuss the dangers of tying self-esteem to physical looks [13:26] Mally describes the danger of pretending that everything is alright [17:27] Mally believes in positivity, chooses it every day, and her positivity is rooted in reality [19:33] Mally and Lisa discuss gratitude and how it relates to staying focused [23:11] Mally talks about self-care and its relation to needing to hustle relentlessly [25:29] How do you balance working for your family and spending time with your family? [28:42] Mally believes we are too held-back, restrained, not free enough [32:08] Mally and Lisa discuss being your authentic self and whether that is good for business [34:15] Mally explains how learned to stop trying to conform [39:30] “I’m no longer allowing myself to be around people that make me feel like s***” [43:53] Mally shares her superpower [46:17] FOLLOW Mally Roncal: WEBSITE: mally.com INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2pmVW3n FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/31isg4o TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2MFkwnY


16 Oct 2019

Rank #15

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Confidence in the Bedroom Equals Confidence in the Boardroom | Emily Morse on Women of Impact

In this episode of Women of Impact, Lisa is joined by the host of the iTunes top-rated podcast Sex with Emily, Emily Morse. They discuss Emily’s journey from politics to hosting a podcast about sex, why we should talk about sex more, and how to transfer confidence from one area of your life into another. SUBSCRIBE for new episodes every Wednesday!  SHOW NOTES: Pursuing your passion [2:05] What it takes to go after your dreams [4:15]Changing your life path [6:53] Why talking about “sex” is imperative [10:00]Sex should not be personal [12:54] Why owning your sexuality makes you confident [15:00] Loving your body [16:24]How to turn suffering into passion [17:21]Why it’s okay to not have kids [19:42] Communication is key to a good relationship [23:13]Don’t let your relationship stagnate [25:03] Talking about sex with your partner [26:19] Why men and women function differently [28:08] What works for you as a couple? [30:53] Never stop growing [32:25]There is no such thing as being perfect [34:48]Take time to give yourself credit [36:41]How to deal with negative thoughts [39:06] FOLLOW EMILY MORSE: PODCAST: https://apple.co/2CrcTPY WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/1uwtdVs INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2wEL7uf FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2PE4RVP YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/2wHo6pA FOLLOW WOMEN OF IMPACT: https://bit.ly/2PjcSPG INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2PjcSPG YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/2wD7QGh FOLLOW LISA BILYEU: https://bit.ly/2PjcS28


11 Sep 2018

Rank #16

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These Relationship Hacks Will Help You Navigate Through Anything | Women of Impact

Normally, people are twice as happy and find their lives much more meaningful when they are with their spouse. However, current quarantines may be causing stress for some couples. The sheer amount of time spent together is uncharted territory for many relationships. On this episode of Women of Impact, host Lisa Bilyeu and her husband Tom Bilyeu discuss the tactics, strategies and rules of engagement they have used to keep their relationship strong and growing for 19 years and counting. They discuss how to avoid letting the small things frustrate you, how to lift each other up, and how to hopefully find a way to make this surprise quarantine fun and empowering. This episode is brought to you by: WHOOP: For 15% off your order, go to whoop.com and use discount code IMPACT at checkout. Impact Theory Planner: amazon.com/shops/impacttheory Skillshare: Explore your creativity at skillshare.com/woi for 2 free months of Premium Membership. Ettitude: Enter WOI at checkout or click the link for 20% off your sheet set and FREE shipping. https://www.ettitude.com/?utm_source=libsyn.com&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=micropodcast20200315&discount=WOI SHOW NOTES: How do you avoid getting annoyed with each other over small things? [3:39] How to view everything that happens as practice, and then make it fun [5:50] Don’t tell me I’ve done something wrong after I’ve done it [9:06] Why you have to take responsibility for yourself instead of matching negative energy [10:23] It’s OK to match your partner’s righteous indignation, but not their anxiety [12:42] Do not tell someone they are being irrational. Wait for emotional sobriety [16:31] How do you make space for yourself in a situation that seems impossible? [17:37] How do you deal with a partner who isn’t willing to do the work in a relationship? [21:26] Lisa talks about writing her “quarantine script” in real time [23:38] What would need to be true for this experience to be positive? [25:08] Why you shouldn’t let “dust settle” [27:06] You have to know exactly why things are bothering you [28:38] How to talk to someone who is agitated without getting them even more angry [31:55] What is one thing couples can do right now to get stronger? [34:35] Why you absolutely must take selfish time [37:13] Tom and Lisa used to do relationship theory, which you can still find on YouTube [39:21] FOLLOW LISA: Instagram: https://bit.ly/2TIsoKh YouTube: https://bit.ly/2IAbTcH Podcast: https://spoti.fi/2IEajGW FOLLOW TOM: WEBSITE: impacttheory.com INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/33XrFYV FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2xDM4Xa TWITTER: https://bit.ly/39slhdy 


1 Apr 2020

Rank #17

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Amy Morin on Why You Should Never Feel Sorry for Yourself | Women of Impact

After suffering a series of devastating personal losses, Amy Morin was faced with a choice. She could have hope or she could wallow in self-pity. And as a psychotherapist, she worked with many people who faced the same choice. She noticed what separated those who are mentally strong, and now she dedicates herself to helping other people build their mental strength. On this episode of Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu, Amy Morin explains how to deal with guilt, self-doubt and self-blame, describes how complaining and venting actually damage us, and gives tons of detailed, concrete, constructive advice on building mental strength.SHOW NOTES: Amy explains how she dealt with her loved ones dying [3:46] Amy describes the difference between healthy grief and unhealthy self-pity [6:03] When you are sad in a healthy way you still have hope [7:23] Mentally strong people don’t give away their power [8:30] Just because you think something doesn’t make it true [10:20] Amy and Lisa discuss vulnerability and facing your fears [11:29] Amy discusses the difference between secrecy and privacy [13:57] Amy explains how to deal with self-doubt [15:10] Amy describes toxic self-blame and apologizing [17:13] Lisa and Amy discuss that guilt can be irrational just like any emotion [18:30] Amy discusses how to deal with things that you cannot control [20:35] “There’s this huge misconception that venting makes us feel better” [23:10] Amy explains why you should set boundaries instead of complaining [24:45] Amy advocates changing your own behavior instead of having angry confrontations [25:59] Don’t downplay your success [28:53] How to say thank you [30:24] It’s OK to be proud of the successes you’ve had [32:20] Amy advocates looking at people as opinion-holders, not competitors [33:15] Amy explains the difference between upwards and downwards comparison [34:50] Amy advocates setting aside a specific time to worry [37:48] Parents should not take responsibility for their kids’ emotions [40:13] Parents also should never lose sight of their own values [42:51] Amy shares her superpower [44:48] FOLLOW AMY: WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/2pubNgM INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2CYvIre FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2KBbvMB TWITTER: https://bit.ly/35ex8tN


20 Nov 2019

Rank #18

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Here’s How You Free Yourself Of Self Doubt | Noor Tagouri on Women of Impact

Journalist and host of Sold in America, Noor Tagouri, sits down with Lisa in this week’s episode of Women of Impact. They discuss going against the wave, believing in yourself, and why putting in the hijab transformed her life. SHOW NOTES: How Noor’s childhood affected her sense of identity [02:01] The first step to reverse your insecurities [04:18] Why Noor put on the hijab, despite media standards [07:31] Cultivating a supportive community and avoid the nay-sayers [12:37] How to find your purpose [16:42] Why you’re never truly alone [18:56] Transforming shame into confidence after sexual assault [24:17] How to avoid victimhood and using trauma to empower you [27:11] The power of believing in yourself [28:49] The power of believing in something greater than you [31:25] Noor’s interview in Paris that shook their community [34:05] How to stay focused on your purpose, even when times are tough [37:10] Why you need an ego check [41:51] Noor’s superpower [46:15] FOLLOW NOOR: INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2EnnQCo WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/2dyfsnf FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2QS5b7w TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2QPVk28 YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/2EfLVKv


12 Dec 2018

Rank #19

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Watch Out For Who You Surround Yourself With | Women of Impact Panel

In this special panel episode of Women of Impact, you’re introduced to Amber Caudle, a.k.a Chef Amber - the founder of the source cafe, Alina Brown - a nutritionist and wholistic health youtuber and Jen Esquer - a doctor of physical therapy and the creator of the mobility method program. In this episode, they talk about self image, misconceptions around what is healthy, and individual nutrition. DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE: The Source Cafe: https://bit.ly/2VeT4R4 Get 25% off the Cooking with Chef Amber Cooking Series: www.chefamber.com/WOI Wellness Con: https://bit.ly/2TT9Fbw The Mobility Method Program: https://bit.ly/2UaUrE0 The Optimal Body Program: https://bit.ly/2K4qFMq Oura Ring: https://bit.ly/2OGC5EX Atomic Habits by James Clear: https://amzn.to/2Uys81L SHOW NOTES: Why the word ‘health’ does us a disservice [04:14] Why the outside doesn’t always match the inside [05:54] The power of accepting who you are, not who you want to be [07:57] Tips for reconnecting with your body [11:47] How to switch your self talk from negative to positive [13:19] The real foundation of health [15:53] Why you need a ‘why’ in your health journey [20:47] How to actually shift your habits [24:37] The importance of having balance in life [28:59] Tips for powerful breathing [32:00] The role of self-deprication [37:48] How to prevent health issues [41:29] Why you need to take responsibility for your health [44:09] Advice for navigating health information on the internet [45:53] Tools you can use to learn more about your body [49:35] FOLLOW AMBER CAUDLE: WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/2WHYuED INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2Uas4pw FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2uDD0N1 FOLLOW ALINA BROWN: WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/2LQvsgV INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2FPUUCz YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/2uylNUI PODCAST: https://apple.co/E3ERUy FOLLOW JEN ESQUER: WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/2KCqiVr INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2I722fE FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2JZ9vzV YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/2FPSOCK


3 Apr 2019

Rank #20