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Claim the Stage: A Public Speaking Podcast for Women

Angela Lussier

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Claim the Stage: A Public Speaking Podcast for Women
Claim the Stage: A Public Speaking Podcast for Women

Claim the Stage: A Public Speaking Podcast for Women

Angela Lussier

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Claim the Stage is a podcast for women who want to discover, awaken, and create their voice through the art of public speaking. Hosted by Angela Lussier, an award-winning professional speaker, six-time author, and CEO + founder of the Speaker Sisterhood. Learn more: www.speakersisterhood.com

Latest Episodes

Ep 119 I'm Scared and Doing It Anyway with Lauree Ostrofsky

I'm sure you can think of a time when fear stopped you. Maybe it was when you were thinking about asking for a raise, finding out if that attractive person liked you, writing that book, or taking that vacation to a far away land. Do you ever wish you could go back and do things differently? In today's episode, I interviewLauree Ostrofsky, a person who helps women leap. Her books are, "Simply Leap: Seven Lessons on Facing Fear and Enjoying the Crap out of Your Life,” and "I'm scared & doing it anyway," about reinventing her life after being diagnosed with a brain tumor. We discuss: The moment Lauree's life changed and she started realizing the power in her thoughts Tips on how to do things that scare you What kinds of mistakes people make when it comes to taking action when fear is present The one core trait you have to be able to access to do things that scare you How being accommodating to others can get in the way of leading a fearless life And more! Find out more about Lauree's writing, speaking and hugging at SimplyLeap.com and @SimplyLeap on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Learn more about Lauree's books here. This episode is sponsored by Told Video: Original, thoughtful storytelling for your brand. Here to help you with your next step in marketing: a meaningful video. Let your story out into the world - get it Told. Contact Rebecca through June 1 to receive a pack of four 15-second social media videos along with your full video. Reach out for a free phone consultation and quote, and to find out more at Toldvideo.com. Learn more about Speaker Sisterhood athttps://speakersisterhood.com/

37 MIN1 days ago
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Ep 119 I'm Scared and Doing It Anyway with Lauree Ostrofsky

Ep 118 Managing Stress and Self-Care Leading Up to a Speech with Crystal Farley

Have you ever signed up to give a presentation, and in the days or weeks leading up to it, regretted ever putting yourself in that situation? If so, you're not alone! Many speakers experience intense feelings of anxiety, fear, worry, and stress for varying amounts of time before they take the stage. The good news: It doesn't have to be this way! My guest today isCrystal Farley,chief story teller and co-creator for two successful podcasts, PTSD: People, Trauma, and Stress Discussed: an unfiltered truth, as well as Making of HERstory. Crystal is a national speaker on the topic of women’s advocacy in the workplace, and as a Certified Stress Management Maven, is the founder of C Far: Beyond the Box, an organizational stress management consulting business working to create a better foundation of stress management for employees. Crystal is a combat veteran and former woman of technology, having worked for companies like Apple, IBM, and HPE. What we cover on today's episode: How to manage feelings of anxiety, stress, and fear Tips for taking care of yourself when leading up to a big event (like a big presentation) Strategies for anxiety management Mistakes people make when trying to cope with difficult feelings What expectations have to do with taking away joy How to stop comparing yourself to others and have your own experience The value of being present before and during your speech and how to do this The roles rituals and accountability play in stress management Find Crystal at https://www.cfarbeyondthebox.com/ This episode is sponsored by Told Video: Original, thoughtful storytelling for your brand. Here to help you with your next step in marketing: a meaningful video. Let your story out into the world - get it Told. Contact Rebecca through June 1 to receive a pack of four 15-second social media videos along with your full video. Reach out for a free phone consultation and quote, and to find out more at Toldvideo.com. Learn more about Speaker Sisterhood athttps://speakersisterhood.com/

36 MIN2 weeks ago
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Ep 118 Managing Stress and Self-Care Leading Up to a Speech with Crystal Farley

Ep 117 Turn Your Speaking Topic Into a Scalable Business with Jill Salzman

On today's episode, I interview Jill Salzman, founder ofThe Founding Moms, where she helps mom entrepreneurs build better businesses. She's a two-time author, co-host of Inc. Magazine’s top-rated entertaining business podcast, Breaking Down Your Business, TED speaker, and serial entrepreneur. We discuss how to take a topic you speak and write about and turn it into a scalable business that is bigger than you. I also discuss how I've done the same thing with my business, Speaker Sisterhood. We go over how we came to the conclusion that what we were talking about could be more than a speech, how we discovered our business models, how we got started, what we've learned about licensing (the good, bad and ugly), and advice for others wanting to start a scalable business. This episode is sponsored by Told Video: Original, thoughtful storytelling for your brand. Here to help you with your next step in marketing: a meaningful video. Let your story out into the world - get it Told. Contact ...

41 MINAPR 24
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Ep 117 Turn Your Speaking Topic Into a Scalable Business with Jill Salzman

Latest Episodes

Ep 119 I'm Scared and Doing It Anyway with Lauree Ostrofsky

I'm sure you can think of a time when fear stopped you. Maybe it was when you were thinking about asking for a raise, finding out if that attractive person liked you, writing that book, or taking that vacation to a far away land. Do you ever wish you could go back and do things differently? In today's episode, I interviewLauree Ostrofsky, a person who helps women leap. Her books are, "Simply Leap: Seven Lessons on Facing Fear and Enjoying the Crap out of Your Life,” and "I'm scared & doing it anyway," about reinventing her life after being diagnosed with a brain tumor. We discuss: The moment Lauree's life changed and she started realizing the power in her thoughts Tips on how to do things that scare you What kinds of mistakes people make when it comes to taking action when fear is present The one core trait you have to be able to access to do things that scare you How being accommodating to others can get in the way of leading a fearless life And more! Find out more about Lauree's writing, speaking and hugging at SimplyLeap.com and @SimplyLeap on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Learn more about Lauree's books here. This episode is sponsored by Told Video: Original, thoughtful storytelling for your brand. Here to help you with your next step in marketing: a meaningful video. Let your story out into the world - get it Told. Contact Rebecca through June 1 to receive a pack of four 15-second social media videos along with your full video. Reach out for a free phone consultation and quote, and to find out more at Toldvideo.com. Learn more about Speaker Sisterhood athttps://speakersisterhood.com/

37 MIN1 days ago
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Ep 119 I'm Scared and Doing It Anyway with Lauree Ostrofsky

Ep 118 Managing Stress and Self-Care Leading Up to a Speech with Crystal Farley

Have you ever signed up to give a presentation, and in the days or weeks leading up to it, regretted ever putting yourself in that situation? If so, you're not alone! Many speakers experience intense feelings of anxiety, fear, worry, and stress for varying amounts of time before they take the stage. The good news: It doesn't have to be this way! My guest today isCrystal Farley,chief story teller and co-creator for two successful podcasts, PTSD: People, Trauma, and Stress Discussed: an unfiltered truth, as well as Making of HERstory. Crystal is a national speaker on the topic of women’s advocacy in the workplace, and as a Certified Stress Management Maven, is the founder of C Far: Beyond the Box, an organizational stress management consulting business working to create a better foundation of stress management for employees. Crystal is a combat veteran and former woman of technology, having worked for companies like Apple, IBM, and HPE. What we cover on today's episode: How to manage feelings of anxiety, stress, and fear Tips for taking care of yourself when leading up to a big event (like a big presentation) Strategies for anxiety management Mistakes people make when trying to cope with difficult feelings What expectations have to do with taking away joy How to stop comparing yourself to others and have your own experience The value of being present before and during your speech and how to do this The roles rituals and accountability play in stress management Find Crystal at https://www.cfarbeyondthebox.com/ This episode is sponsored by Told Video: Original, thoughtful storytelling for your brand. Here to help you with your next step in marketing: a meaningful video. Let your story out into the world - get it Told. Contact Rebecca through June 1 to receive a pack of four 15-second social media videos along with your full video. Reach out for a free phone consultation and quote, and to find out more at Toldvideo.com. Learn more about Speaker Sisterhood athttps://speakersisterhood.com/

36 MIN2 weeks ago
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Ep 118 Managing Stress and Self-Care Leading Up to a Speech with Crystal Farley

Ep 117 Turn Your Speaking Topic Into a Scalable Business with Jill Salzman

On today's episode, I interview Jill Salzman, founder ofThe Founding Moms, where she helps mom entrepreneurs build better businesses. She's a two-time author, co-host of Inc. Magazine’s top-rated entertaining business podcast, Breaking Down Your Business, TED speaker, and serial entrepreneur. We discuss how to take a topic you speak and write about and turn it into a scalable business that is bigger than you. I also discuss how I've done the same thing with my business, Speaker Sisterhood. We go over how we came to the conclusion that what we were talking about could be more than a speech, how we discovered our business models, how we got started, what we've learned about licensing (the good, bad and ugly), and advice for others wanting to start a scalable business. This episode is sponsored by Told Video: Original, thoughtful storytelling for your brand. Here to help you with your next step in marketing: a meaningful video. Let your story out into the world - get it Told. Contact ...

41 MINAPR 24
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Ep 117 Turn Your Speaking Topic Into a Scalable Business with Jill Salzman
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