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Best Rachael Jansen Journalist podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Rachael Jansen Journalist podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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In a world where feminine traits are seen as weaknesses, Julie Parker is encouraging women to reclaim their sacred talents and follow the priestess path. In this episode, she explains what that means and how modern sacred women can incorporate ancient wisdom in their daily lives.By Rachael Jansen
 
Motherhood does not come with the requirement that you are responsible for all the laundry, dishes, cleaning and tidying. That is not in the job description of 'mother'. Being a mother means loving and protecting and raising your kids. In every other way, you should treat your family like your flatmates.…
 
Nicole Avery joins the show for a conversation on her life from corporate gig to mother of 5 and parenting expert via her highly successful blog Planning With Kids. We talk about the struggle of losing yourself in motherhood, the overwhelm of doing all the things, being organised and having goals.By Rachael Jansen
 
Her business has put a spark of delight into thousands of kid's birthday's across Australia, and literally rescued many a mum from birthday cake hell, but Lou Duggan from Cake 2 The Rescue still doubted she'd be taken seriously as a business owner because she was a mum who's business was targeted at other mums. In this open and fun conversation, we…
 
There's a two dimensional idea of having it all that is essentially defined by the ideas of having a family, including loving partner, and career success which includes financial gain. But that's not having it all because it leaves out of the picture elements of life you need for your health, happiness and wellbeing. My take on the idea is to live …
 
Pascale Helyar-Moray is the founder and CEO of Super Rewards, a new online platform that rewards women with superannuation contributions just for shopping online. The new platform promises to shake up the superannuation system, and allow women to contribute to their financial security in a way they haven't been able to before.…
 
After decades working as Australia's top award-winning makeup artist making other people beautiful, Suzi Dent found herself a first-time beauty queen at the age of 55. She had to get comfortable in dresses and learn how to stand and walk in high heels, after a life-time of dressing down and trying to cover her body. She shares with us, in her own i…
 
When it comes to getting everything done in a day, routines can be a blessing. If we’re not careful though, routines can work against us, particularly when they’re accompanied by bad habits. In this episode, I talk about some of the science and psychology behind creating habits and how we might use that to create better balance in our lives.…
 
This is an important conversation ladies, and one we need to have regularly and in many formats. The essence of this episode is this: until gender equality is a man’s issue as well, it will never be. We cannot correct an imbalance when only one side is trying to right it, especially when it’s the side that is disadvantaged and holds less power in t…
 
If you’re looking for inspirational women who have risen to the top of a competitive, male-dominated profession then it’s hard to look past Australia’s top female journalists. In this episode I four key strategies for women who want to succeed, as suggested by several of the speakers at the 2018 Women in Media conference.…
 
When, exactly, does a girl’s potential disappear? The statistics tell us girls outperform boys at school; that more young women enter university; and more of them graduate from university. Yet, graduate starting salaries favour men in all fields of study but two, and in nine out of 13 industries. I share some thoughts on why women still lag behind …
 
Very few, if any, women ever say they have a work-life balance. Not a good one, anyway. Balance isn’t impossible though. The problem is we haven’t understood it well enough to make it work. Despite the sense of difficulty that surrounds the concept, it is nevertheless something worth pursuing because we cannot live happily or be healthy without som…
 
Women grow up hearing this message - good girls give and mothers are wonderful because they would sacrifice themselves for their children. But this narrative of sacrifice needs to change so that women don't feel obligated to give up everything to their own detriment. Changing the story to one of service though enables you to give your all without h…
 
Hopefully this episode will put you to sleep. Not permanently and not immediately but certainly more often! As part of the new look podcast, I want to address some of the reasons and issues we don't thrive as working women juggling family, and a big part of that is related to our health and lifestyle. Some of it is obvious, and some not so much. I …
 
This episode is all about having the courage to choose yourself and your own life. It starts out about business and Instagram but the story of Liss Amyah is ahhh-mazing and she is the definition of true courage, grace and strength. She is the mother of six children, is now a single mum, and runs her business in which she shares beautiful lettering …
 
Soooooo, what is going onnnnn? If you've followed me or the podcast for a while, you will have heard me mention or speak about pivoting many times. That I've done more pivots than a ballerina. And here is another one. SHE is gone, and in her place, is a more complete woman. The podcast is continuing but s h e is not. It's a new name and expanded co…
 
Karla Gilbert is one of Australia's most loved sporting icons, still considered the Queen of Surf Lifesaving even post-retirement. She has taken the lessons of perseverance and resilience learnt from being was the country’s most successful female surf lifesaver and applied them to building her own online business as a health coach. In this intervie…
 
Our society needs women to contribute their thoughts and ideas to balance views. We need that more than ever as we can now see in world events, and we can start doing that from our keyboard, on our laptop at our kitchen bench. Amplifying women's voices - encouraging women to contribute to the conversation - is vitally important in a world that's ou…
 
The concept of masculine versus feminine energy was almost too woo-woo for me the first time I came across it. Explained in terms of yin and yang though, in terms of balance, it becomes clearer how these energies work and how we’re being affected by a chronic imbalance in our lives. This episode of the podcast delves into these complementary energy…
 
If you're pushing yourself to go harder to make more money, or feeling like a bit of chump because you're not turning over millions, it might be time to ask yourself: What is enough? I see so many SHEs caught up in this idea that they are somehow failing or not good at this business thing because they don't earn six or seven figures. There's this s…
 
If you’re putting out posts and content on your website and social media channels but not getting much engagement or reader attention, then this episode will help. I’m sharing with you a strategy that good journalists and feature writers use - it’s to look at what’s happening in the background to find the colour and depth of a story.…
 
When you’re starting business or in the early stages, it’s easy to blow your dough on a bunch of products and services you don’t need, including technology and coaching. Tash Corbin specialises in the lean start-up and talks us through the pitfalls to avoid and the steps to take towards profit instead.…
 
Coming up with ideas for your business is the easy bit. Knowing which ones are the best or what you should focus on and then making them work is where business becomes tricky. Alison Morgan is a business coach, specialising in health and wellness businesses, and marketing expert and she shares solid gold advice and strategies in this episode on how…
 
Sam Jockel has created not one, but two, amazing communities that have become the basis of her business. As facilitator of Aldi Mum and School Mum, Sam has attracted more than 420,000 followers and counting. In this episode, she shares her story and tips on how she grew her audience via Facebook. She talks about the business opportunities that have…
 
In the early days of building an online business, it can be hard to know which tech tools and systems you really need to get going. With so many choices and new versions coming out all the time, it can be easy to waste money and time trying to work it out. In this episode, business consultant Joanna Mitchell from The Healthy VA shares her recommend…
 
If there’s one thing that comes up again and again for women in business, it’s fear. Fear of failing, fear of what people think, fear of stepping up, fear of losing money – so many different manifestations of fear! Larissa Halls is a mindset coach and in this episode she takes us through the different types and elements of fear and explains how the…
 
Not everyone wants to build a six-figure business. Julia Bickerstaff from The Business Bakery shares a range of advice and wisdom in this episode for women who want a successful business that earns them enough money for their lifestyle - what she calls 'intentionally small' businesses. She also talks about the importance of setting goals and her 10…
 
If you have a little voice inside your head who whispers: "I don't know enough yet", or perhaps "I'm not qualified enough to do this for a living", then this episode might just help you. Women's leadership expert and author Alison Vidotto joins us to discuss the issue of competence versus confidence, and how it's the latter that often is the most i…
 
Do you sometimes feel that you're not getting anywhere with your business, or success is taking too long to come your way despite your hard work? Then this episode with Brenda Janschek should help you feel more confident as she shares with us details of her three-year journey to date, taking her business from simple workshops in her home, to succes…
 
If your dream is for your business to fund the ultimate lifestyle of freedom and flexibility, where you and your family can travel far and wide, then you must listen to this episode with Caroline (Caz) Makepeace. Caz and her husband Craig have gone from losing half-a-million dollars in assets and being broke to instead travelling full-time with the…
 
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