Melissa Peak tackles why women take on tasks and responsibilities that we KNOW are not meant for us, and shares what a healthy planning and strategy session looks like.
Melissa Peak discusses how the process of planning and strategizing for a brand new year can be a beneficial practice BUT is not without the possibility of running into some roadblocks. And some of those roadblocks might even come from the planner themselves.
On this episode, author Kim King shares why she is so passionate about helping others learn to live generously and why God wants us to give.
On this episode, Christin Cardone McClave, the Chief Growth Officer of AchieveNEXT, a human capital advisory firm serving middle market companies in various stages of growth, chats about what goals have meant to her, personally and professionally.
On this episode, non-profit professional Trina Lee offers simple and genuine ways that you can bolster company culture with gratitude.
On this episode, Cynthia Nwaubani, a corporate banking executive from Nigeria, shares an incredible story of gratitude for where her life has gone and what she has learned along the way.
On this episode, Rev. Dr. Nicole Martin talks about why and how community has the potential to give you a powerful, unshakable confidence.
On this episode, Marion Medina, 4word's new Director of Programs, shares what she believes God's role is for community in everyone's lives. She also discusses how listening—really listening—to each other is the best way to build bridges in communities that might be experiencing some fractures.
On this episode, Elizabeth Knox, founder of MatchPace and author of the upcoming book, Work Reimagined, talks about why de-prioritizing has been key to her making it through the pandemic workflow.
On this episode, Dr. Mollie Bond shares her advice for the times when tough, life-altering decisions will need to be made in the name of giving yourself better quality of life.
On this episode, Lisa Payne, Retired Vice Chairman and CFO of Taubman Centers, Inc., talks about the topic of joyful generosity.
On this episode, Judy A. Hulsey, a private wealth advisor with Ronald Blue Trust, shares her advice for planning for the future, no matter where you are in life.
Catherine Gates, the Executive Director for Women in the Marketplace, joins the podcast to discuss how she has developed her confidence over the span of her career and discusses her new book, The Confidence Cornerstone: A Woman's Guide to Fearless Leadership.
Jessie Niespolo, a Senior Strategy Lead on Google’s Automotive Retail Team and co-founder of 4word: Detroit, talks about how she's built up confidence in herself over her career, and shares her advice for sharing your worth with others in a way that doesn't come across negatively.
Patricia Asp, 4word Board Member and founder of ASPire, shares why she's so passionate about helping companies embrace more inclusive values, and how she hopes ASPire will help hardwire company culture for sustainability.
Alva P. Adams-Mason, executive with Toyota Motor North America and 4word Advisory Board member, discusses how she found ways to advance her faith while advancing her career.
Dr. Shannan Crawford, licensed clinical psychologist and leadership consultant, joins the podcast to talk about why we are so reluctant to admit when our mental health is suffering, and how she herself has learned when it's time to pause and let God open His waiting arms to us for rest and renewed strength.
Sandi Mitchell, CEO of Apex Catalyst Group, takes us into the topic of “commanding your inner committee” and why mastering this is a crucial step in achieving effective inner strength.
Apple manager Kyla Cragg chats about realizing you don't need permission to rest and shares how she's learned to rest without guilt.
Shae Bynes, co-founder of Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur, joins the podcast to share three tips she'd give any woman in the workforce who is struggling to bring order to her life.