The Well Woman Show Interviews with women leaders, executives and entrepreneurs who want to be happy, healthy and fulfilled. Whether it's physical or sexual health, juggling life and work, professional development or financial success, emotional or spiritual wellness, a Well Woman is passionate about achieving her highest level of well being. Calling on the wisdom and lessons of Byron Katie, Oprah Winfrey, Brene Brown and Marie Forleo, each episode is packed with tips and best practices for women who are doing something innovative in order to make a difference in the lives of others, and maintain a sense of well-being while doing it all! We create a supportive, social environment to connect and share our challenges and successes as women leaders, entrepreneurs, mothers, daughters and all the other roles we carry.
The Well Woman Show

The Well Woman Show

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Interviews with women leaders, executives and entrepreneurs who want to be happy, healthy and fulfilled. Whether it's physical or sexual health, juggling life and work, professional development or financial success, emotional or spiritual wellness, a Well Woman is passionate about achieving her highest level of well being. Calling on the wisdom and lessons of Byron Katie, Oprah Winfrey, Brene Brown and Marie Forleo, each episode is packed with tips and best practices for women who are doing something innovative in order to make a difference in the lives of others, and maintain a sense of well-being while doing it all! We create a supportive, social environment to connect and share our challenges and successes as women leaders, entrepreneurs, mothers, daughters and all the other roles we carry.

Most Recent Episodes

223 Just Giovanna: How to Produce Long Lasting Positive Feelings Without Faking It

How can you consistently produce positive feelings without faking it or somehow settling for being grateful just because "it could be worse"? On the show today we'll dive into gratitude through the lens of the Well Woman Framework. I'll talk about how to avoid faking your gratitude and how to consistently produce long-lasting positive feelings that lead to taking action. This is not about conjuring up false gratitude or telling yourself you "should" be grateful for something. When you identify social, political, or economic inequality that impacts you personally or impacts your community or the world, it's important not to fall prey to the "well, it's much better than it used to be - you should be grateful" narrative. I'll walk you through the exact activities I use in the Well Woman Academy, giving you a peek into the group coaching program I run for smart women changing the world. Join The Well Woman Academy™: a monthly group coaching community-based on intersectional feminism, science and mindfulness. http://wellwomanlife.com/academy You can find notes from today's show at wellwomanlife.com/223show. You can also continue the conversation in the Well Woman Life community group at wellwomanlife.com/facebook The Well Woman Show is thankful for the support from The Well Woman Academy™ and High Desert Yoga in Albuquerque.

223 Just Giovanna: How to Produce Long Lasting Positive Feelings Without Faking It

222 Creating Change with Trish Lopez

On the Well Woman Show this month, I interview Trish Lopez, founder of Teeniors®, where tech-savvy teens and young adults help senior citizens learn technology through one-on-one, personalized coaching. Lopez has worked professionally with everyone from Hollywood executives to political leaders. After 13 years in the film industry, she returned to Albuquerque as a new mom in 2015 and was inspired to create Teeniors® after seeing her own mom struggle to adapt to the digital world. A graduate of the University of New Mexico and a supporter of numerous social causes, Lopez's primary interest is bringing people together from different worlds to create change in our communities. today we'll discuss: - Why women tend to start more socially conscious businesses. - and Why it's important to show women and young adults that you can change your situation and improve your life. Teeniors®: https://www.teeniors.com/ Book Recommendation: Untamed by Glennon Doyle - https://bookshop.org/books/untamed-9781984801258/9781984801258 You can find notes from today's show at wellwomanlife.com/222show. You can also continue the conversation in the Well Woman Life community group at wellwomanlife.com/facebook The Well Woman Show is thankful for the support from The Well Woman Academy™ and High Desert Yoga in Albuquerque.

221 Just Giovanna: The Big Birthday Bash – Part Two: How to Deal with Unexpected Challenges

How do you plan for that big birthday? Or your wedding? Some big life events are just overwhelming. And they rarely go as planned, which can create disappointment and even anger. Tune in for parts one and two of planning your big day the Well Woman Way. Today is part 2. If you haven't, make sure and go back to Episode 220 to hear part 1. The Four Parts to Planning your Big Bash: 1. Decide how you want to feel on your big day. 2. What do you need to do now to feel that way then? 3. Deal with unexpected challenges. 4. Make it happen!

221 Just Giovanna: The Big Birthday Bash – Part Two: How to Deal with Unexpected Challenges

220 Just Giovanna: The Big Birthday Bash. Part One: How do you want to feel on your big day?

How do you plan for that big birthday? Or your wedding? Some big life events are just overwhelming. And they rarely go as planned, which can create disappointment and even anger. Tune in for parts one and two of planning your big day the Well Woman Way. For part one, we're focused on How do you want to feel on your big day? Questions to journal on for part 1: 1. Decide how you want to feel on your big day 2. What do you need to do now to feel that way then?

220 Just Giovanna: The Big Birthday Bash. Part One: How do you want to feel on your big day?

219 In Conversation: How Black, Indigenous and Women of Color are Navigating Anti-racism (...

On the Well Woman Show this week, I share part four in a series of conversations with black, indigenous and women of color colleagues and friends, and together we explore anti-racism and racial justice - what it means not only in the big picture but how our daily lives are impacted, what we're reading, what we're doing and where we go from here. This week, I'm in conversation with Antonia Montoya, and we explore racial justice from our unique perspectives and lived experiences. Antonia is a mental health therapist who specializes in walking alongside clients through grief, loss, addiction, and challenging life transitions. She supports her clients in the exploration and reconnection with themselves while teaching new practices for creating the change they seek in their lives. As a queer woman of color from Albuquerque, she has been a lifetime student of the traditional healing practices of her ancestors. She is committed to supporting her clients in their work, understanding the importance of continuing her own. All the information shared today can be found at the show notes at wellwomanlife.com/219show This special series on anti-racism is part of the #podcastersforjustice campaign. We are podcasters united to condemn the tragic murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and many many others at the hands of police. This is a continuation of the systemic racism pervasive in our country since its inception, and we are committed to standing against racism in all its forms. We believe that to be silent is to be complicit. We believe that Black lives matter. We believe that Black lives are more important than property. We believe that we have a responsibility to use our platforms to speak out against this injustice whenever and wherever we are witnesses to it. In creating digital media we have built audiences that return week after week to hear our voices, and we will use our voices to speak against anti-blackness and police brutality, and we encourage our audiences to be educated, engaged, and to take action. You can find all the past episodes of the WWS featuring black, indigenous, and women of color at wellwomanlife.com/womenofcolor. Also, there is a list of resources at wellwomanlife.com/anti-racism. The book Antonia mentions is Communities of Hope The previous episode with Antonia is wellwomanlife.com/27show Listen to the previous episodes in this series: wellwomanlife.com/206show wellwomanlife.com/210show wellwomanlife.com/216show Join our community on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/wellwomanlifecommunity The Well Woman Show is thankful for the support from the Well Woman Academy® and High Desert Yoga in Albuquerque.

219 In Conversation: How Black, Indigenous and Women of Color are Navigating Anti-racism (...

218 Radical Self-Care with Babsy Sinandale

On the Well Woman Show this week, I talk to Babsy Sinandile, a Transformation Coach, Speaker, Wellness Event curator, and the founder of Blak Gold Wellness Lounge, a safe online space curated with Black and Brown millennial folx in mind. Sinandile focuses on identifying and reversing mindset blocks that stem from years of generational trauma, through her signature Undoing Method™. As a self-proclaimed self-care strategist with a background in community health, she helps her people take excellent care of mind, body, and soul through group and 1:1 coaching, educational and healing workshops, as well as inspirational social media content. She is a mother of two amazing girls, loves Salsa dancing and karaoke, and indulges in an expensive hobby as a recording singer/songwriter. On the show we discuss: - What Radical Self Care is - How taking care of ourselves can be a form of resistance - and the importance of healing the generation trauma in the black and brown communities. This episode is part of the #podcastersforjustice campaign. You can find notes from today's show, links to past episodes of the WWS featuring black, indigenous, and women of color as well as a list of resources at wellwomanlife.com/218show. If you want to find out more about Babsy's Blak Gold Wellness Lounge: https://blakgoldwellness.com/ The books Babsy recommended: https://bookshop.org/books/multipliers-how-the-best-leaders-make-everyone-smarter-revised-updated/9780062663078 https://bookshop.org/books/the-power-of-your-subconscious-mind-9781604592917/9780486478999 You can also continue the conversation in the Well Woman Life community group at wellwomanlife.com/facebook The Well Woman Show is thankful for the support from The Well Woman Academy™ and High Desert Yoga in Albuquerque.

217 Just Giovanna: Celebrate the Little Things (and the Big!)

What does it mean to celebrate? Is it something you do when you think you "deserve" a reward? Is it something you do and then regret it later or the next day? Do you save celebrations for "big" events or achievements? On the Well Woman Show this week I'll be sharing ten ways to celebrate without breaking the bank or indulging in unhealthy behavior. All the information shared today can be found at the show notes at wellwomanlife.com/217show I'd love it if you want to continue the conversation in the Well Woman Life community group at wellwomanlife.com/facebook The Well Woman Show is thankful for the support from the Well Woman Academy™, a global community of smart women changing the world without anxiety, insecurity, and burnout, and by High Desert Yoga in Albuquerque.

216 In Conversation: How Black, Indigenous and Women of Color are Navigating Anti-racism (...

On the Well Woman Show this week, I share part three in a series of conversations with black, indigenous and women of color colleagues and friends, and together we explore anti-racism and racial justice - what it means not only in the big picture but how our daily lives are impacted, what we're reading, what we're doing and where we go from here. This week, I'm in conversation with my colleague Tamara Thorpe, and we explore racial justice from our unique perspectives and lived experiences. Tamara is best known as the Millennials Mentor and is a recognized thought-leader in next-generation leadership. She is the founder of Real Leadership, a dynamic and compassionate approach to leadership, creating culturally smart and inclusive leaders. All the information shared today can be found at the show notes at wellwomanlife.com/216show This special series on anti-racism is part of the #podcastersforjustice campaign. We are podcasters united to condemn the tragic murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and many many others at the hands of police. This is a continuation of the systemic racism pervasive in our country since its inception, and we are committed to standing against racism in all its forms. We believe that to be silent is to be complicit. We believe that Black lives matter. We believe that Black lives are more important than property. We believe that we have a responsibility to use our platforms to speak out against this injustice whenever and wherever we are witnesses to it. In creating digital media we have built audiences that return week after week to hear our voices, and we will use our voices to speak against anti-blackness and police brutality, and we encourage our audiences to be educated, engaged, and to take action. You can find all the past episodes of the WWS featuring black, indigenous, and women of color at wellwomanlife.com/womenofcolor. Also, there is a list of resources at wellwomanlife.com/anti-racism. Listen to the previous episodes in this series: wellwomanlife.com/206show wellwomanlife.com/210show The Well Woman Show is thankful for the support from the Well Woman Academy and High Desert Yoga in Albuquerque.

216 In Conversation: How Black, Indigenous and Women of Color are Navigating Anti-racism (...

215 Just Giovanna: Create a Simplified, Beautiful Environment for You to Thrive

On the Well Woman Show this week, I am actually sharing a module from The Well Woman Academy on how you can change your home and work environment to really impact your mental and emotional health as well as your ability to make clear decisions and achieve your goals. You'll definitely want to get your journal out for this one and you can email info@wellwomanlife.com to request the pdf workbook that goes with this module. If this episode spoke to you, and you want more content like this, join us in The Well Woman Academy™ by going to http://wellwomanlife.com/academy All the information shared today can be found at the show notes at wellwomanlife.com/215show You can also continue the conversation in the Well Woman Life community group at wellwomanlife.com/facebook The Well Woman Show is thankful for the support from the Well Woman Academy™, a global community of smart women changing the world without anxiety, insecurity, and burnout and by High Desert Yoga in Albuquerque.

215 Just Giovanna: Create a Simplified, Beautiful Environment for You to Thrive

214 Embrace Inclusive Practices with Val Day-Sanchez

On the Well Woman Show this week, I talk to Val Day-Sanchez, a professor of communication, social activist, author, TEDX speaker, and intersectional feminist. Dedicated to education, she believes it has the power to combat social justice issues that plague our society. Val is the host of So, What Are You??? a podcast dedicated to amplifying voices that are often marginalized. Val facilitates Equity & Justice Workshops across the country, to help professionals, and organizations, embrace inclusive practices. This inclusive lens is reflected in their culturally responsive teaching, equity-based curriculum design, and college service within Equity centered policy change. We discuss: - How her work in racism has changed recently - That Anti-Racism and Intersectional feminism work is imperative regardless of your race or lifestyle. - How we can make our schools more anti-racist. I want to let you know about a special series on the Well Woman show that showcases conversations with black, indigenous and women of color colleagues and friends, and together we explore anti-racism and racial justice - what it means not only in the big picture but how our daily lives are impacted, what we're reading, what we're doing and where we go from here. This special series on anti-racism is part of the #podcastersforjustice campaign. You can find notes from today's show, links to past episodes of the WWS featuring black, indigenous and women of color as well as a list of resources at wellwomanlife.com/214show. You can also continue the conversation in the Well Woman Life community group at wellwomanlife.com/facebook The Well Woman Show is thankful for the support from The Well Woman Academy and High Desert Yoga in Albuquerque.

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