The Pageant Junkies Podcast is your top source for positive pageant commentary regarding the Miss America Organization and Miss America's Outstanding Teen. Every week, Founding Junkie Carrie Lakey, brings you tips, tools, and interviews to help you take the crown.
The Pageant Junkies Podcast is your top source for positive pageant commentary regarding the Miss America Organization and Miss America's Outstanding Teen. Every week, Founding Junkie Carrie Lakey, brings you tips, tools, and interviews to help you take the crown.
The pageant podcast that covers all things on the Miss America Organization. Grab your crown and favorite heels and join Jordenne Butler and Annie Skogan as they dive into the exciting world of the MAO.
Rank #1: 4 | In Honor of Savvy Shields.
Miss America 2018 is upon us and Jordenne and Annie offer their thoughts about Miss America 2017 Savvy Shields. Did you enjoy this episode? Make sure to rate and subscribe on iTunes so you never miss a show!
Rank #2: 3 | First Time at Miss America.
It was back in 2013 that Annie and Jordenne first laid eyes upon the amazing Miss America stage...listen to this week's episode as the ladies talk about their first time attending the event and what that meant for each of their pageant journies. Did you enjoy today's show? Make sure to rate and subscribe on iTunes so you never miss an episode.
Alycia Darby shares coaching exercises weekly to simplify pageantry for women in pageants like Ms. America, Miss USA, Miss America, Miss International and Mrs. America. She educates pageant contestants with tips on fitness, interview, modeling, platform, fashion, beauty and more in a new episode every Wednesday. Are you ready to win a pageant?
Rank #1: 108: Pageant Interview Prep - AMAZING 10-Step Strategy from a Miss USA.
In today's episode, I want to share with you some advice from Ms Lu Parker, Miss USA 1994 about preparing for your pageant interview that I love. In my pageant preparation, one of my goals was to constantly put myself in new situations where I could meet and interact with new people. The idea of this is to get more and more comfortable talking with ease to strangers in attempt to remove the pressure during pageant interview. As I prepared, I realized the more I had unique experiences, the more fun the interview process became. Ms. Parker takes this to a whole new level! In this episode, I share her idea and use it to create a strategy you can implement to help you prepare for your pageant interview. When you implement this 10-step strategy, you'll gain skills in leadership, flipping the power dynamic, and discover a flow for interview timing. For details from this episode and more resources visit: http://WinAPageant.com Email the host at Alycia@WinAPageant.com © Alycia Darby Zimnoch 2017 Win A Pageant All Rights Reserved.
Rank #2: 102: Top 8 Pageant Tips from the Best National Coaches.
In this episode, I'll share with you the top 8 pageant tips I learned while at the Beauty | Brand | Believe Expo. These tips come from 8 national pageant coaches and experts including Lu Sierra, Austin Ryde, Allyson Rowe and Jorge Esteban. Get the details of this episode on the show notes at: WinAPageant.com/102 For details from this episode and more resources visit: http://WinAPageant.com Email the host at Alycia@WinAPageant.com © Alycia Darby Zimnoch 2017 Win A Pageant All Rights Reserved.
Welcome to Pageant Planet's Podcast! Here you will discover everything you need to win the crown of your dreams. Each episode we interview experts in all categories (PreTeen, Teen, General) and give you the insights to help you win.
Rank #1: Tough Pageant Interview Questions (and how to answer them).
Nothing is scarier than the thought of walking into the interview room and being asked a question that you simply do not know how to answer. In this episode, Jesse and Steven cover tough interview questions, why these questions are asked and how to answer the questions. Want practice questions? Here's the link to our 233 practice interview questions: https://www.pageantplanet.com/pages/services
Rank #2: 5 Do’s and Don’ts of Being a Favorite to Win.
We have done so many podcasts about being the contestant who is trying to mentally prepare to overcome the stigma of the runner up or the high performing transfer of another system.But, today we are saying... first runner up, or perpetual top 5 finisher... we see you and are here for you.It is a huge mental conundrum to be able to finish so close and then do it all again. What do you keep the same, what do you change, was it a fluke, is it your time?!So we have put together five of our favorite dos and don’ts if you are coming off a hot pageant season and are looking for your crown.Listen in as Jesse & Steven discuss the 5 dos and don’ts of being a favorite to win. This week’s featured spotlights are: Shop Pageant Dresses
In-Depth and Candid Interviews With Former Pageant Contestants, Titleholders and Women of Influence by 3-Time Emmy winning TV Host, Producer, Pageant Host and Author of "Host Your Own TV Show," Tim Tialdo.Website: http://www.LifeAfterTheCrown.com Follow Us On Social MediaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/timtialdofanpage/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/timtialdo/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TimTialdoGet Your Life After The Crown Starter Guide here:TimTialdo.com/StarterGuide
Rank #1: Miss America 2020 Recap and Discussion with Former Miss America's Betty Maxwell & Savvy Shields.
Fresh off the latest version of Miss America airing on NBC, former Miss America's Betty Maxwell and Savvy Shields have plenty to say about the newest version of the pageant (aka competition) and today they share ALL their thoughts on Miss America 2.0
Rank #2: Miss South Carolina Teen USA 2012 Shannon Ford - Life as a Cast Member on E's Very Cavillari and Being a Social Media Guru for Uncommon James .
My guest today was Miss South Carolina Teen USA 2012 and is currently the social media guru for Kristin Cavallari's company “Uncommon James.” You can of course see her and her sarcastic sense of humor as part of the current cast of Very Cavillari on E!. She probably has the best and brightest red hair you’ll ever see and is someone I’ve gotten the chance to know through the RPM productions pageant family…great to have the one and only Shannon Ford on today!
"It isn't what we say or think that defines us, but WHAT WE DO" -Jane AustenWelcome to What We Do! With new episodes every Tuesday, our host and former Miss America, Kira Kazantsev, sits down with some of the most inspirational women in the game to bring you their stories of triumph, failure, overcoming adversity, determination, success, and how they do what they do. Look forward to honest, raw, real, and sometimes hilarious conversations. From female entrepreneurs, to agents of social change, to reporters, hosts, hometown heroes making a difference in their community and beyond, the What We Do podcast aims to inspire women to do more, be more, and dream more. It truly is what we do that defines us, so let's do more, together.
Rank #1: Episode 18: Kira on Public Speaking, Nervousness, and Confidence #Musings .
This week, Kira is mixing it up from her regular interview content and releasing another episode on a topic that she finds very relevant to our lives: public speaking. At some point or another, either for your job or an event or a competition, you will be forced to speak in front of an audience of more than one person. Regardless of if you’re comfortable with that or not, tune in to the podcast for Kira’s musings on public speaking, tips and tricks, ways to build your confidence, how to manage nervousness, her pet peeves and personal struggles with nerves. Apparently American’s number 1 fear is public speaking, let’s fix that.
Rank #2: Episode 20: Brittney Blackerby #BreakTheSilence .
I recently put it to my Instagram followers to nominate people they wanted to hear on the podcast. Many many messages later, an overwhelming number of people nominated Brittney Blackerby. Having met Brittney before and after receiving so many messages about her and her story, I knew she was the clear winner. A 2015 graduate of Henderson State, Brittney is currently pursuing her Masters in Counseling while enjoying married life and being a dog mom. Brittney is a former Miss Arkansas competitor and is announcing something very exciting about her platform, "Break the Silence: Preventing Child Abuse”, on the episode. Brittney is also sharing a raw account of her experiences as a child who suffered sexual abuse at the hands of a teacher. She is a shining light and an example to all that you need not be defined by anything that you have been through. Her story is remarkable and I am so honored that she chose to share it on What We Do. WARNING: Content may not be acceptable for all listeners. Listener discretion advised.
The FIRST Beauty Pageant Podcast
Rank #1: SHOW AND TELL: Debbie Permoda, Mrs. U.S. of A. Globe Classic 2015.
PageantCast Classic Original Release: 2/18/16 SHOW AND TELL: Debbie Permoda, Mrs. U.S. of A. Globe Classic 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnZgl4rkE6g This week’s show:SHOW AND TELL: Debbie Permoda, Mrs. U.S. of A. Globe Classic 2015Show and Tell with Debbie Permoda, Mrs. U.S. of A. Globe Classic 2015 Websites: Mrs. Globe – http://mrsglobe.com/ W.I.N. Foundation – http://winfoundationinternational.org/ FACEBOOK PAGE: Mrs. U.S. of A. Globe Classic 2015 – Mrs. U.S. of A. Globe Classic 2015 – http://www.facebook.com/mrs.usglobeclassic2015/ Join the FIGHT FOR AIR team March 19, 2016 in Milwaukee to climb the steps of the U.S. Bank Building. Our team is Climbing for the Crown! Join us at http://action.lung.org/goto/ClimbingForTheCrown and don’t miss the fun! For great content, week after week, subscribe to the PageantCast at http://www.pageantcast.com/
Rank #2: Stefania Fernandez, Miss Universe 2009.
PageantCast ClassicOriginal Release: 12/19/2005Stefania Fernandez, Miss Universe 2009This week’s show: Introduction by Chelsea Cooley Opening Notes AMAZING-a-Tron!Blog: Donate Life; Jason & Shannon Devinerecently crowned Mrs. International 2010 PSA: Red Cross Interview with Stefania Fernandez, Miss Universe 2009Websites:http://www.missuniverse.com/ http://www.diamondnexuslabs.com/Photo Gallery Thank you for participating in the PageantCast!e-mail: email@example.comTwitter: http://www.twitter.com/pageantcastFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/pageantcastWebsite: http://www.pageantcast.com/ PSA: America Heart Association Today’s Sponsor: Zazzle.comPromo Code: PageantCast2 for a 10% discount off orders $50 or moreCheck out Tim’s Zazzle store at http://www.zazzle.com/tkpnpodcast(So easy, Tim can do it!)For details, see http://meviocoupons.com/ Hayley Mac ID PODSAFE MUSIC courtesy of Music AlleyFly, Fly, Fly by Adriana Thorpe Call in to the PageantCast: 414-517-4908 Interview with Stefania Fernandez, Miss Universe 2009 PageantCast Newsdesk Maria DeSantis ID ClosingFor great content, week after week, subscribe to the PageantCast at http://www.pageantcast.com/
Take a peek at the pageant industry as Jess and Maddie speak candidly about their time in the Miss America Organization and beyond.
Rank #1: Why We (World) Peaced Out.
We answered your burning questions yet again! This time, we spill the tea on what NOT to do in your interview, and why we peaced out of the Miss America Organization.Catch a new episode of Crowned & Dangerous every other Thursday on Apple Podcasts, Spreaker, iHeart Radio, Spotify, and more. Subscribe, rate, and review! Don't forget to follow along on Facebook and Instagram at @crownedanddangerous and slide into our DMs, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We love hearing from you!
Rank #2: Once a Teen, Living the Dream - Meet Elise O'Connell.
If you haven't met Elise O'Connell, you're going to love her. This Wisconsin native has been involved in the Miss America Organization since she was a tot. From winning Miss Wisconsin's Outstanding Teen to transitioning to the Miss level, Elise has had her fair share of amazing experiences. Learn more about her this week and follow along on her quest for the title of Miss Wisconsin on Instagram @elisemackenzie.Catch a new episode of Crowned & Dangerous every other Thursday on Apple Podcasts, Spreaker, iHeart Radio, Spotify, and more. Subscribe, rate, and review! Don't forget to follow along on Facebook and Instagram at @crownedanddangerous and slide into our DMs, or email us at email@example.com. We love hearing from you!
What is The Pageant Project?The Pageant Project is run by Adrian Kwan. We have two goals:1) A pageant world that prioritises the health and wellbeing of its contestants above all else (Directors, sponsors etc).2) To encourage intelligent discourse that enables us to make the pageant world a better, fairer and safer place for all.For interview requests watch this video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdt4rFG47rcTo share an issue you believe needs to be discussed or any other correspondence:firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #1: #57 HEATHER HOPKINS INTERVIEW: MISS GALAXY CARDIFF 2019/20.
Heather Hopkins has had a pageant career spanning the better part of a decade, only recently coming back into the fray after taking a three year break. She has her eyes set firmly on the Galaxy system and loves to keep herself busy in between her shift work for the police and making appearances all over the UK. If you enjoyed this interview, make sure to SUBSCRIBE for more amazing pageant-related content! FOLLOW THE PAGEANT PROJECT https://www.facebook.com/thepageantproject/ https://www.instagram.com/thepageantproject/ https://www.thepageantproject.com/ FOLLOW HEATHER https://www.facebook.com/heather.hopkins.5477 https://www.instagram.com/_heatherhopkins/ INTERVIEW REQUESTS https://www.thepageantproject.com/content-lounge/#interview-request
Rank #2: #56 JOANNA JOHNSON INTERVIEW: MISS GALAXY 2019.
Joanna Johnson is the first international queen I've interviewed who had just handed over her title (only two weeks ago at time of recording). We talked about the highlights of her reign, what she plans to do with herself both in the pageantry world and life in general, and a lot of random banter about things... like our mutual love for cheese. If you enjoyed this interview, make sure to SUBSCRIBE for more amazing pageant-related content! FOLLOW THE PAGEANT PROJECT https://www.facebook.com/thepageantproject/ https://www.instagram.com/thepageantproject/ https://www.thepageantproject.com/ FOLLOW JOANNA https://www.facebook.com/joanna.johnson.94 https://www.instagram.com/joannajohnson_x/ INTERVIEW REQUESTS https://www.thepageantproject.com/content-lounge/#interview-request
Connecting the world of pageantry with our favorite libation — wine! Grab a glass, unwine & tune in! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pageantsandprosecco/support
Rank #1: #QueenCrushWednesday - Sippin with Dani Walker - Miss Montana USA 2018.
Our very first Queen Crush Wednesday is none other than Dani Walker aka the #GirlBoss behind Pageant Access & all-around woman empowerment through beauty and hustle. Get your glass ready as Dani spills the tea on what it’s like to compete for Miss USA behind the scenes and her 7 year run to compete for (and ultimately win) Miss Montana USA 2018👑👑 Hear about Dani’s journey to the crown and how her setbacks played in a major part of who she is today! Follow Pageant Access on social media to catch up with Dani and for some one-on-one pageant coaching lessons! This is another goodie!#Like and #Subscribe to this podcast--------------------------------------------------Want to hear from your favorite pageant Queen/King or Expert? Slide in our IG DM to let us know --> www.instagram.com/pageantsandprosecco/ --------------------------------------------------Want to submit to be our next Queen Crush Wednesday? DM us on Instagram www.instagram.com/pageantsandprosecco/ or send us an email (email@example.com) with the subject "#QueenCrushWednesday" to be considered.--------------------------------------------------SUBSCRIBE to this podcast and leave a review why don't cha?! #PageantsAndProsecco--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pageantsandprosecco/support
Rank #2: How To Win — Do this ONE Thing!.
Do this one thing and come out on top!! This is episode is a MUST-Listen!#Like and #Subscribe to this podcast--------------------------------------------------Want to hear from your favorite pageant Queen/King or Expert? Slide in our IG DM to let us know --> www.instagram.com/pageantsandprosecco/ --------------------------------------------------Want to submit to be our next Queen Crush Wednesday? DM us on Instagram www.instagram.com/pageantsandprosecco/ or send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject "#QueenCrushWednesday" to be considered.--------------------------------------------------SUBSCRIBE to this podcast and leave a review why don't cha?! #PageantsAndProsecco--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pageantsandprosecco/support
This is your one stop shop for style, fashion, health and fitness. Deidra’s passion is to help empower women, to reach their fullest potential both inside and out. Deidra and her guests will be discussing how to develop your style, health and lifestyle hacks to energize your day, and inspire you to keep reaching higher levels of success. Deidra is a professional fashion stylist, health guru, and Mrs. Washington 2017.
Rank #1: 72: The Morning Practice that Changed my Life.
I truly believe that with anything in life, consistency is key. Paired with a grateful heart and the right game plan, any goal can be achieved. Today I am sharing for free, my number one morning ritual and practice that I know to my core has changed the trajectory of my life, business, health, and life goals. These are the actionable steps that I will break down into easy to follow tips that you can start implementing every day as well. The best part? Not only am I sharing this resource with you today, but it also doesn't cost you a penny! All you need is a pen/paper, and a desire to accomplish your dreams. That is it! Start implementing this practice every day, create a habit, and you will be amazed by the results. Be patient, as all good things (even good habits) take time to become second nature, and take time to create results. Take a screen shot of this episode and share it on social media, tag me at @stylebydeidra and let me know the goals you will be writing about! Interested in the five minute journal I mentioned? Check it out here: The Five Minute Journal This is your one-stop shop for style, fashion, health and fitness. Deidra’s passion is to help empower women. Deidra is Mrs. Washington 2017, has a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Whitworth University, and is a professional fashion stylist and health guru that helps women become more confident both inside and out. Check out her story, free resources, and more at: FREE Wardrobe Checklist www.StyleByDeidra.com & www.TheSynergyChallenge.com Insatgram@StyleByDeidra facebook.com/StyleByDeidra/ twitter.com/stylebydeidra
Rank #2: 56: Healthy is the New Skinny.
Have you ever gotten down on yourself? Have you ever looked back at old photos from a year, 5, 10, or more years ago and thought "If I only looked like I did back then....?" I get it, I was just there the other day after reliving my week competing at Mrs. America. I was getting down on myself, battling negative self-talk, and even on the verge of feeling like I was a complete failure: a failure as Mrs. Washington, a failure to my platform of health and wellness, as a stylist, and even a letdown to you, my audience. Listen to today's episode where I share about my constant battle of self-acceptance and building back up my body image and dealing with my own negative self-talk. I hope you are able to find ways to encourage yourself after this open discussion. This is your one stop shop for style, fashion, health and fitness. Deidra’s passion is to help empower women. Deidra is Mrs. Washington 2017, has a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Whitworth University, and is a professional fashion stylist and health guru that helps women become more confident both inside and out. Check out her story, free resources, and more at: FREE Wardrobe Checklist www.StyleByDeidra.com & www.TheSynergyChallenge.com Insatgram@StyleByDeidra facebook.com/StyleByDeidra/ twitter.com/stylebydeidra YouTube: Deidra Murphy Deidra on LinkedIn
The United States has continuously sent a representative to Miss World since its inception in 1951. The United States have won the Miss World crown three times in 1973, 1990 and 2010. Currently, America’s Miss World is the official national pageant that selects the contestant from the United States to Miss World.During the mid 1950s the 1st-runner up of Miss USA went to compete at Miss World (1953–57). Alfred Patricelli of Bridgeport, Connecticut, was the Executive Director of the Miss World USA during its existence from 1958 to 1977. From 1958 to 1961, the winner of Miss United States competed at Miss World. Then from 1962 to 1966 Alfred Patricelli organized the Miss USA World pageant annually. In 1967, the pageant was renamed Miss World USA and was held every year until 1977.Miss World America contestants, 1939During this time, Miss World USA 1969 Gail Renshaw was the first person to resign from the title of “Miss World USA” after competing in Miss World 1969 in order to get married. Also in 1973, Marjorie Wallace won the Miss World title and became the first American woman to win the Miss World title. Between 1978 through 1980, BBS Productions, Inc., based in New York City, was given the franchise for the Miss World pageant where Griff O’Neil was the organizer, during this time the pageant was named “Miss World America”.From 1981 to 1991, the Miss Universe organization were the license holders, and the American representative to Miss World ended up being the 1st runner-up of the Miss USA pageant. The Miss World Organization however wanted a public announcement during the finals of the Miss USA pageant that the 1st Runner-up would be going to Miss World, but they refused to do so. Therefore, after 1991 the Miss World Organization did not accept any more Miss USA 1st Runners-up.From 1992 to 1997, Richard Guy and Rex Holt (GuyRex) were the national directors of Miss World in the United States and organized the Miss World America pageant in 1992 and 1993
Rank #1: PageantLIVE presents Miss World America.
The United States has continuously sent a representative to Miss World since its inception in 1951. The United States have won the Miss World crown three times in 1973, 1990 and 2010. Currently, America’s Miss World is the official national pageant that selects the contestant from the United States to Miss World..In 2014, in an effort from Julia Morley who wanted all national directors to hold a national pageant to select the representative of their country as opposed to only designate, Christopher Wilmer, the organizer of the Miss United States pageant, was appointed as the national director of Miss Worldin the United States. As a result, the winner of Miss United States 2014 was selected to compete at Miss World because she met the age requirements of the international pageant. In 2015, Wilmer reinstated the Miss World America pageant in order to properly reflect Miss World’s age and contest requirements. Miss World America was held in 2015 and 2016.In 2017, Lynne Scott Safrit and her daughter Elizabeth Safrit, became co-national directors of Miss World in the United States and created America’s Miss World.In 2018, Michael Blakey became co-national director of Miss World in the United States.
Rank #2: hiTechMODA - NYFW Showcase and International Designer Competition.
Our mission is to inspire, empower, discover and encourage fashion talent worldwide with the use of the cutting edge Instant 3D Fashion Design Technology, Tailornova.From Emerging and Indie Contemporary Designers to Plus Size Fashion visionaries to DIY enthusiasts, we exist to enable sustainability of the Industry and to democratize the fashion industry by making it accessible to anyone.Every Fashion Season, we open the catwalk opportunity to the top five designers, carefully selected from an online contest. They are judged by our Fashion Industry Luminaries who choose the finalists which exemplify the most design potential.?We also bring access to designers who would like to showcase their collection on a professional, high quality Fashion Show.3 CONTEST CATEGORIES:1 WINNER FROM INDIE CONTEMPORARY1 WINNER FROM INDIE PLUS SIZE FASHION3 WINNERS FROM DIY OR UPCYCLEThese five winners will showcase their collections on hiTechMODA's runway during New York Fashion Week.Winners will also receive cash and prizes valued at $50,000 or more.?
Welcome to the Powerhouse Podcast! Each week right here, we bring you a motivating conversation to help you discover just how to unlock the winner within you. Get ready for expert pageant interview secrets, life coaching strategies, and tons of personal development! New episodes every Tuesday!
Rank #1: F.R.I.E.N.D.S..
WEEKLY WINNERS UPDATE: Rachel Gombosch is Miss Miami Valley 2019! IG: @rgombosch On today’s episode, I made up a fun lil acronym that spells F.R.I.E.N.D.S. that I think you’re really going to like. I spoke at an Entrepreneur’s conference this weekend that was super fun, and five of my best friends traveled with me hours upon hours in support. I want you to have friends like that too. :) Love you all! Coach Megan
Rank #2: Get Your Hope Back.
WEEKLY WINNERS UPDATE: Christa Steiner - Miss Gotham 2020 (Coolest title name ever!) On This Episode: On this episode, Coach Megan is kicking your booty to start getting your hopes up again. We get it - you’ve placed runner-up so many times, you have stopped counting. You had a relationship not work out. You didn’t get the job you wanted. You feel like all your friends have left you. You’re in a “wilderness” season. Rest assured, there is still hope! And Coach Megan wants to help you find it today! Listen now to help you maximize your season, get your hopes up again, and yield the promises that belong to you today!
Celebrities, thought leaders and influential persons answer the question: How do you define a Miracle? These conversations will inspire, provide hope, and motivate you to dream big and create miracles in your own life and the lives of those around you.
Rank #1: Ep. 18 Angelica Hale Conversation on Untold Miracles.
Angelica Hale is a young singer and performer from Atlanta who is also an ECMO life-support and kidney transplant survivor. Angelica competed on Season 12 of America’s Got Talent. Her mission is to spread awareness of the support that children’s hospitals need for the lifesaving care they provide. Angelica’s dream is to become the next Whitney Houston. Listen to this episode and learn: Angelica’s personal experience nearly losing her life to double pneumonia Angelica’s advice to kids going through difficult medical challenges Angelica’s most memorial experiences traveling the country raising funds for CMN Hospitals Angelica’s experience singing with Ciara and Cole Swindell What it means to Angelica to dream big and her big dream! Why Angelica wants to win AGT and what she will do with the money if she wins
Rank #2: Ep. 03 Marie Osmond Conversation on Untold Miracles.
Marie Osmond is the co-founder of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and is a singer, actress, author, mother of eight and grandmother of three. Her dynamic career spans five decades and continues with a headline show in Vegas. Listen to Marie Osmond's episode and learn: The defining miracles in Marie's life What Marie would say to those struggling with depression How she brought humor to Dancing with the Stars How Garth Brooks supported Marie when her son passed away What it's like to be in show business for over 5 decades How Children's Miracle Network Hospitals was founded in 1983
A place for commuters, gym goers, and busy-bees to learn, be encouraged, and feel understood along side believer, child advocate, ice cream lover, and former Miss USA - Sarah Rose Summers.
Rank #1: Fitness Mistakes with 'the hip whisperer' .
Do you ever feel like you're working out constantly but bulking and not leaning out? Many of us don't know how to workout best for our goals. John Benton is known for his work in hip and waist reduction and creating long, lean muscles for his all female clientele in the fashion, film, and pageant industries. Tune in as John discusses the most frequently seen fitness mistakes, the balance between dedication and obsession, and more. Want to work with John, visit www.johnbentonmodelfitness.com.
Rank #2: Competition Dos and Don'ts with Miss Teen USA.
Ever wonder how to balance your in demand lifestyle? Hailey Colborn, Princeton student, Miss Teen USA 2018 comes on to chat dos and don’ts of competition, sisterhood, balancing life, and more!
Each week, Reina + Christina bring you up close with the influencers you dream of meeting at conferences and workshops, but maybe don't have a budget to attend yet. Sprinkled in between these are teaching episodes, and mentoring that walks show listeners through common problems with solutions during their early days of business.
Rank #1: Episode 165: Jam Session with Reina + Christina, A Different Way to Ring in the New Year with Your Business.
This jam session episode features Reina and Christina chatting about a different way to ring in the new year. In this episode they chat about their hopes and desires for 2018 and failures from 2017. Main Takeaways:What 2018 Creative Empire is going to look like [0:03:34]Where Reina is at with her goals from 2017 [0:04:20]Where Christina was in 2017 [0:05:29]How Christina traveled all over in 2017 + stress of work while traveling [0:11:15]What travelling to Japan was like for Reina [0:13:25]How Reina's personal challenges has impacted her business [0:14:15]What their favorite memories have been so far [0:19:28]What Reina's goals for 2018 are [0:25:23]What are Christina's goals for 2018 + potential projects [0:27:27]What Reina is planning for 2018 [0:36:30]What they both have learned in 2017 [0:45:07]What success in 2018 will look like for both of them in 2018 [0:49:38] “I think when your personal life is tougher, it weighs you down in terms of what you can get done on your business side.” — Reina PomeroyShow Notes:Reina and CoThe Contract ShopMariah Coz of FemtreprenuerJeff Goins - His Creative Empire EpisodeMary and Justin Marantz - Their Creative Empire EpisodeCEP Entrepreneur FeatureBrene Brown Micheal Dubin - Dollar Shave ClubKurt Elster - His Creative Empire EpisodeHaley Burkhead - Market Beautifully Podcast - Episode with ChristinaGary VeeGabby Bernstein - May Cause MiraclesAshley Blatt - Her Creative Empire Episode Ryan Hildebrandt - His Creative Empire PodcastBig Plan for the Creative Mind “Being impactful. How can I make an impact in a positive way? For that that means, me stepping into a more visionary role.” — Christina ScaleraLove what you've heard? Share this on your Instagram Story with your friends!
Rank #2: Episode 198: How To Turn Your Passion Into A Profitable Endeavor, with Cathy Heller - the Creative Empire podcast.
Today, Reina and Christina are joined today by Cathy Heller of the Don't Keep Your Day Job Podcast. Outside of building a huge podcasting following, Cathy is also a song writer and her music has been featured in places like Walmart, McDonald's, Crate and Barrel, and many tv shows. At the beginning of the episode, we learn more about Cathy and how she has landed where she is today. She shares more about why personal relationships are important in business and how you can use your passion without being salesy. The trio discuss what being in hustle mode is and how to align yourself with it. Lastly, Cathy shares getting feedback from your audience and being quiet for yourself. Main Takeaways:How she has landed where she is today [0:02:52]Why personal relationships are so important + caring for others [0:15:45]How to be passionate about your business without being salesy [0:22:59]What offerings she has to serve you [0:28:36]Why you have to align yourself with the hustle [0:29:22]Why you should get feedback from your friends + audience [34:10]How to be quiet + figuring out what you are really good at [0:36:!3]What aligning with your thing feels like + having courage [0:43:04] “What you seek is seeking you.” — Cathy Heller Show Notes:Ron FairLady GagaAtlanticCraig KallmanVarietyBillboardJulie Solomon - Her Creative Empire EpisodeJustin Timberlake6-Figures SongwritingDannie FountainOprahTim FerrissTony RobbinsAlli Webb “There is a game plan if you want to understand how to make something that someone else needs.” — Cathy Heller Bio:As the creator and host of the popular podcast Don’t Keep Your Day Job, Cathy Heller is growing one of the biggest, most engaged audiences in the podcast world. In just a few short months, Cathy’s podcast has climbed high up on the iTunes charts, is sponsored by world class brands, and draws thousands of listeners to feast upon each inspiring episode. Heller’s mission is to offer real tools and insight to help others find a sense of purpose and newfound fulfillment in their work. Far too many people live lives of quiet desperation and never find a way to express their unique gift. Heller is driven to see more people happily making a living doing what they love. Despite the cynics, the evidence is there that many have made careers from what they most enjoy. Whether it’s baking, screenwriting, sewing, painting or dance, it’s certainly attainable to turn your passion into profit. Heller’s listeners are already writing in about the steps her show has inspired them to take. As Heller’s following has grown, she’s created an online course based on the demand of her fans. She's created an active Facebook community, where listeners post about their career ambitions, support one another and share their challenges as they go through the process of building their business. Those who want the full step by step guide to reaching their goals, enroll for Cathy’s course. Prior to her podcast, Cathy was known for having hand crafted a career as a songwriter, licensing her music to Film/TV and Advertising. Songs of hers have been featured in ads for Mcdonald's, Walmart, Kellogs and many TV shows, films and even a few theme songs. Her journey has been documented in magazines and newspapers, like Variety, Billboard and the LA Weekly. After earning multi-six figures each year with her own songs, she started an agency, helping other artists to do the same. She has spoken on the DIY hustle and how to reverse engineer your dream job at countless places such as UCLA, the Grammy Museum, Billboard Film/TV conference, ASCAP Expo, Berklee School of music and more. A graduate from Florida State University, Heller currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband and three daughters. When not podcasting, teaching or speaking, Cathy is still songwriting. Most recently, she wrote the main title theme song to a show called Llama Llama, soon to be out on Netflix, starring Jennifer Garner. In her free time she’s busy playing dress up with her little girls (5 and 3 years old) and enjoying the youngest, Madeleine, who is only 5 months old.Social Handles:WebsiteFacebookTwitterPodcast Do you love what you've heard? Add this graphic to your Insta Story!