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Her Story Radio – where women’s voices are heard and their stories have the ability to transform lives. Now more than ever, women are craving connection and inspiration from women. They want to feel inspired, to know that what they feel is right, to be reassured that they’re not alone and that there is someone else who has been through what they are going through and who can impart the wisdom they need to hear. Join host Leanne Mulcahy each week as she talks with women from around the world who share their journey to who they are today in business, relationships, parenting, health, wealth, happiness and everything in between.

Latest Episodes

Episode 100 – Nic Murray -How Good Bitches Baking are making New Zealand the kindest place on earth

It seems fitting that Nic Murray of Good Bitches Baking is my 100th guest on Her Story Radio. She, along with friend Marie, are on a mission…to make Aotearoa (New Zealand) the kindest place on earth. It may seem like a lofty mission, however, once you hear the impact Good Bitches are having all over our country you may well change your mind and want to join them. In four short years, Nic and Marie, have created a charity which involves over 2000 volunteers who bake and deliver baked goods to people who are going through a tough time. The’ve also included a new initiative called Prison Bake where men, who are transitioning to life outside of prison, are learning to bake food for women and children at Women’s Refuge. The men get the opportunity to show kindness, something that some of them have never done before, and for the women it has given them hope. Powerful right? This…all from a seemingly simple act of making food to share with someone who may just need a little kindness and love in their life. Find out more about becoming a Good Bitch, the work of Good Bitches Nic and Marie, and how to support the charity here: https://www.gbb.org.nz

33 MIN2019 MAR 8
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Episode 100 – Nic Murray -How Good Bitches Baking are making New Zealand the kindest place on earth

Episode 99 – Shauna Bruce-Hamburger – Finding freedom after adversity

Shauna Bruce-Hamburger was born with the most severe form of spinabifida and at just 4 days old, doctors told her parents she may not make it through her surgery and if she did, it was likely that she would never walk. But defying the odds is something that Shauna is used to. Her story is one of overcoming adversity and making choices about how you want to live out your life. Shauna says we have two choices; either we can be a victim of life or we can choose to believe that we are here for a reason and our lives have a purpose. Shauna is a living, breathing, fun-loving example ofliving life on purpose. About Shauna… ShaunaBruce-Hamburger has been an inspirational speaker for over 10 years. She has a keynote on overcoming adversity, “Beyond Adversity into Freedom” and a book of the same title. She was born with the most severe form of spina bifida but have always believed in living life with a positive attitude. In her keynote speech and book, she shares the keys that she’s have ...

35 MIN2018 DEC 12
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Episode 99 – Shauna Bruce-Hamburger – Finding freedom after adversity

Episode 98 – Erika Cramer – Confidence happens when you take care of your inner wardrobe

Erika Cramer is the Queen of Confidence; real and raw and seamlessly cutting through the crap and getting straight to the point. How did she get that way? That’s the interesting part. Erika has a massive story. Raised by a single mum who struggled with bipolar, she was in and out of foster homes, experienced physical and sexual abuse and she was a widow at 23…and that’s just scratching the surface. But Erika always knew she was here to do something more…and that more comes in the form of helping women discover their Queen-ness by working on their inner wardrobe. She says confidence can be learned and caring about what others things is a reflection of you and how you judge others. Full of wisdom with some laugh out loud anecdotes, this episode is the perfect antidote to perfectionism and embracing your magnificence. About Erika… Erika Cramer is a mother of 2, wife and confidence coach (professional hype woman) who is taking a bold stand and showing women how to reclaim their rel...

51 MIN2018 DEC 5
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Episode 98 – Erika Cramer – Confidence happens when you take care of your inner wardrobe

Episode 97 – Bronwen Sciortino – Recovering from perfectionism

Bronwen Sciortino had an intense battle with not being good enough. She pushed herself so hard and for so long she collapsed. For the first time in her life, she couldn’t just click her fingers and fix things. There was literally nothing left. She’d given all of herself to everyone and everything else. On her journey to recovery, Bronwen took a series of simple steps that enabled her to build up her resources, accept that she wasn’t perfect and be OK with it and learn to have compassion for herself. She says that recovering from perfectionism isn’t just about control, it’s about fear and being seen as a failure. Her journey wasn’t straightforwardbut the steps she took were simple and formed thefoundation for her sheIQ Life and her book Keep It Super Simple. Are you a recovering perfectionist or struggling with perfectionism? I’d love to hear your thoughts and comments about perfectionism. About Bronwen… Bronwen Sciortino is an internationally renowned author and Simplicity E...

45 MIN2018 OCT 8
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Episode 97 – Bronwen Sciortino – Recovering from perfectionism

Episode 96 – Sarah Morrissey – Rocking a business with purpose

One day Sarah Morrissey decided to start a radio station for kids aged 0-6 years old. She had no idea how she was going to do it, however, four years down the track over 1.5 million mums, dads and carers have pressed play on Little Rockers Radio in order to entertain their little ones. Little Rockers Radio isn’t just about providing meaningful entertainment (yoga, exercise, dancing, meditation, and lullabies) for little kids, it has another purpose.Sarah’s nephew passed away in his sleep when he was 16 months old and after seeing the support given to her brother by SIDS and Kids, Sarah knew she wanted to do what she could togive back. SIDS and Kids were the first charity partner to come board and 70% of the profit from Little Rockers Radio goes back to charity. Sarah is passionate about what she’s doing and she has big plans for Purpose Little Media. Her goal is to raise $100k per year and $1million over 10 years. She believes that with the power of having an audience you can do ...

31 MIN2018 OCT 8
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Episode 96 – Sarah Morrissey – Rocking a business with purpose

Episode 95 – Diana Elizabeth Jordan – Disability does not discriminate

Diana Elizabeth Jordan always knew she would be an actor one day. She grew up determined and tenacious. In fact, it’s quite likely those qualities that saved her life. When she was born doctors worked on her for 45 minutes until she could breathe on her own and at the age of 2 years old she was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. However,she didn’t let diversity and shyness get in the way of her dream of becoming an award-winning actor who has been cast in over 40 roles on theatre, film, and television. She’s also a speaker, educator, advocate, director, producer, and entrepreneur. Diana says when it comes to her career and doing what she loves she always asks for what she wants even if there a chance that it won’t work in her favour. She says theonly way to guarantee it won’t happen is to never try but if you do try you increase the opportunity by 50%. Diana is a wonderful role model for anyone who has ever struggled with feeling different or like they don’t fit in. If you’ve got...

38 MIN2018 OCT 4
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Episode 95 – Diana Elizabeth Jordan – Disability does not discriminate

Episode 94 – Charmaine Marinkovich – Capturing stories through the lens

This week I turn the tables on Charmaine Marinkovich, a successful New Zealand-basedportrait photographer, and delve into her past and find out why she is so passionate about her latest projectcalled ‘Still She Rises’. When I started putting my nose into other peoples lives and businesses I never thought I’d end up loving it as much as I do and this week I found someone else who loves doing it too. The only difference is she’s capturing stories through the lens of her camera. The project is a series of photographs and stories, captured in a coffee table book,about women who have overcome some type of challenge in their lives, yet still, they rise. I love the name, the care and consideration,and determination Charmaine has given to making this idea happen, even though her first attempt to put it into production didn’t turn out as she hoped. If you’ve ever felt like you couldn’t do somethingor something is too big or toohard, then this episode may inspire you to take on a proje...

33 MIN2018 SEP 26
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Episode 94 – Charmaine Marinkovich – Capturing stories through the lens

Episode 93 – Zivit Inbar – Growing despite adversity

Dr Zivit Inbar, CEO of Different Thinking shares her story about how adversity can be a catalyst for growth. Zivit tells us of how labels, Stealth Dyslexia, grief, and cultural and gender bias have all played a significant path in leading her to follow her passion. Zivit’s story is about strength, resilience and how she believes that when life shakes you up it’s an opportunity for different thinking. Dr Zivit Inbar is the founder and CEO of Different Thinking, a consulting practice that specialises in people, culture, leadership & performance strategies for growth with particular expertise in Technology companies, Start-ups, and Venture Capitals. Zivit has over 17 years of experience and expertise with building high-performance teams, driving high-level strategies and processes at the board and executive levels, spanning private and listed local and global organisations (China, APAC, Europe and the US). Her Board portfolio includes roles as a Chairwoman, Non-Executive-Director, Co...

40 MIN2018 SEP 21
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Episode 93 – Zivit Inbar – Growing despite adversity

Episode 92 – Courtney Elmer – How cancer stopped her in her tracks

Courtney Elmer had always dreamed of owning her own business so she worked her way up the corporate ladder while working a business on the side. She was very successful and after a couple of years, she walked away from her job to be in her business full time. On the outside, she looked like she had it all but on the inside, she felt deprived and depressed. She was living a double life and felt like she was addicted to work. Two days after coming home from her honeymoon, Courtney discovered she had cancer. She was 25 years old. It was a huge wake-up call. She had surgery and radiation therapy and forced downtime that made her stop and think about how she had been doing life. She recongised that if she wanted to survive she would need to figure out how to work and live with less stress and without sacrificing her life for the sake of being successful. She poured all of her mentoring, learnings and education into creating a roadmap that helped her navigate through her journey with canc...

38 MIN2018 SEP 13
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Episode 92 – Courtney Elmer – How cancer stopped her in her tracks

Episode 91 – Jessica Mendoza – This is where I belong

If you listen carefully to Jessica Mendoza’s accent you will gain insight into where she grew up, but ask her where she belongs and you won’t get the straightforward answer you might be looking for. Born inVenezuela, Jessica and her mum moved to Scotland when she was 7 years old, then back to Venezuela, finally landing in the United States where she completed her studies and began her career. Jessica never thought that living in different countries and experiencing different cultures would be relevant to her career, but her passion for diversity and understanding of cultural differences led her to a project at The Associated Press where connection and localised content could enhance the experience of their audiences. She says English is the global business language but when it comes to connection we need to go deeper than that and understand the cultural aspects when engaging with people and the company wanted tocommunicate in a way that better served their audiences across the wo...

32 MIN2018 SEP 13
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Episode 91 – Jessica Mendoza – This is where I belong
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Latest Episodes

Episode 100 – Nic Murray -How Good Bitches Baking are making New Zealand the kindest place on earth

It seems fitting that Nic Murray of Good Bitches Baking is my 100th guest on Her Story Radio. She, along with friend Marie, are on a mission…to make Aotearoa (New Zealand) the kindest place on earth. It may seem like a lofty mission, however, once you hear the impact Good Bitches are having all over our country you may well change your mind and want to join them. In four short years, Nic and Marie, have created a charity which involves over 2000 volunteers who bake and deliver baked goods to people who are going through a tough time. The’ve also included a new initiative called Prison Bake where men, who are transitioning to life outside of prison, are learning to bake food for women and children at Women’s Refuge. The men get the opportunity to show kindness, something that some of them have never done before, and for the women it has given them hope. Powerful right? This…all from a seemingly simple act of making food to share with someone who may just need a little kindness and love in their life. Find out more about becoming a Good Bitch, the work of Good Bitches Nic and Marie, and how to support the charity here: https://www.gbb.org.nz

33 MIN2019 MAR 8
Comments
Episode 100 – Nic Murray -How Good Bitches Baking are making New Zealand the kindest place on earth

Episode 99 – Shauna Bruce-Hamburger – Finding freedom after adversity

Shauna Bruce-Hamburger was born with the most severe form of spinabifida and at just 4 days old, doctors told her parents she may not make it through her surgery and if she did, it was likely that she would never walk. But defying the odds is something that Shauna is used to. Her story is one of overcoming adversity and making choices about how you want to live out your life. Shauna says we have two choices; either we can be a victim of life or we can choose to believe that we are here for a reason and our lives have a purpose. Shauna is a living, breathing, fun-loving example ofliving life on purpose. About Shauna… ShaunaBruce-Hamburger has been an inspirational speaker for over 10 years. She has a keynote on overcoming adversity, “Beyond Adversity into Freedom” and a book of the same title. She was born with the most severe form of spina bifida but have always believed in living life with a positive attitude. In her keynote speech and book, she shares the keys that she’s have ...

35 MIN2018 DEC 12
Comments
Episode 99 – Shauna Bruce-Hamburger – Finding freedom after adversity

Episode 98 – Erika Cramer – Confidence happens when you take care of your inner wardrobe

Erika Cramer is the Queen of Confidence; real and raw and seamlessly cutting through the crap and getting straight to the point. How did she get that way? That’s the interesting part. Erika has a massive story. Raised by a single mum who struggled with bipolar, she was in and out of foster homes, experienced physical and sexual abuse and she was a widow at 23…and that’s just scratching the surface. But Erika always knew she was here to do something more…and that more comes in the form of helping women discover their Queen-ness by working on their inner wardrobe. She says confidence can be learned and caring about what others things is a reflection of you and how you judge others. Full of wisdom with some laugh out loud anecdotes, this episode is the perfect antidote to perfectionism and embracing your magnificence. About Erika… Erika Cramer is a mother of 2, wife and confidence coach (professional hype woman) who is taking a bold stand and showing women how to reclaim their rel...

51 MIN2018 DEC 5
Comments
Episode 98 – Erika Cramer – Confidence happens when you take care of your inner wardrobe

Episode 97 – Bronwen Sciortino – Recovering from perfectionism

Bronwen Sciortino had an intense battle with not being good enough. She pushed herself so hard and for so long she collapsed. For the first time in her life, she couldn’t just click her fingers and fix things. There was literally nothing left. She’d given all of herself to everyone and everything else. On her journey to recovery, Bronwen took a series of simple steps that enabled her to build up her resources, accept that she wasn’t perfect and be OK with it and learn to have compassion for herself. She says that recovering from perfectionism isn’t just about control, it’s about fear and being seen as a failure. Her journey wasn’t straightforwardbut the steps she took were simple and formed thefoundation for her sheIQ Life and her book Keep It Super Simple. Are you a recovering perfectionist or struggling with perfectionism? I’d love to hear your thoughts and comments about perfectionism. About Bronwen… Bronwen Sciortino is an internationally renowned author and Simplicity E...

45 MIN2018 OCT 8
Comments
Episode 97 – Bronwen Sciortino – Recovering from perfectionism

Episode 96 – Sarah Morrissey – Rocking a business with purpose

One day Sarah Morrissey decided to start a radio station for kids aged 0-6 years old. She had no idea how she was going to do it, however, four years down the track over 1.5 million mums, dads and carers have pressed play on Little Rockers Radio in order to entertain their little ones. Little Rockers Radio isn’t just about providing meaningful entertainment (yoga, exercise, dancing, meditation, and lullabies) for little kids, it has another purpose.Sarah’s nephew passed away in his sleep when he was 16 months old and after seeing the support given to her brother by SIDS and Kids, Sarah knew she wanted to do what she could togive back. SIDS and Kids were the first charity partner to come board and 70% of the profit from Little Rockers Radio goes back to charity. Sarah is passionate about what she’s doing and she has big plans for Purpose Little Media. Her goal is to raise $100k per year and $1million over 10 years. She believes that with the power of having an audience you can do ...

31 MIN2018 OCT 8
Comments
Episode 96 – Sarah Morrissey – Rocking a business with purpose

Episode 95 – Diana Elizabeth Jordan – Disability does not discriminate

Diana Elizabeth Jordan always knew she would be an actor one day. She grew up determined and tenacious. In fact, it’s quite likely those qualities that saved her life. When she was born doctors worked on her for 45 minutes until she could breathe on her own and at the age of 2 years old she was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. However,she didn’t let diversity and shyness get in the way of her dream of becoming an award-winning actor who has been cast in over 40 roles on theatre, film, and television. She’s also a speaker, educator, advocate, director, producer, and entrepreneur. Diana says when it comes to her career and doing what she loves she always asks for what she wants even if there a chance that it won’t work in her favour. She says theonly way to guarantee it won’t happen is to never try but if you do try you increase the opportunity by 50%. Diana is a wonderful role model for anyone who has ever struggled with feeling different or like they don’t fit in. If you’ve got...

38 MIN2018 OCT 4
Comments
Episode 95 – Diana Elizabeth Jordan – Disability does not discriminate

Episode 94 – Charmaine Marinkovich – Capturing stories through the lens

This week I turn the tables on Charmaine Marinkovich, a successful New Zealand-basedportrait photographer, and delve into her past and find out why she is so passionate about her latest projectcalled ‘Still She Rises’. When I started putting my nose into other peoples lives and businesses I never thought I’d end up loving it as much as I do and this week I found someone else who loves doing it too. The only difference is she’s capturing stories through the lens of her camera. The project is a series of photographs and stories, captured in a coffee table book,about women who have overcome some type of challenge in their lives, yet still, they rise. I love the name, the care and consideration,and determination Charmaine has given to making this idea happen, even though her first attempt to put it into production didn’t turn out as she hoped. If you’ve ever felt like you couldn’t do somethingor something is too big or toohard, then this episode may inspire you to take on a proje...

33 MIN2018 SEP 26
Comments
Episode 94 – Charmaine Marinkovich – Capturing stories through the lens

Episode 93 – Zivit Inbar – Growing despite adversity

Dr Zivit Inbar, CEO of Different Thinking shares her story about how adversity can be a catalyst for growth. Zivit tells us of how labels, Stealth Dyslexia, grief, and cultural and gender bias have all played a significant path in leading her to follow her passion. Zivit’s story is about strength, resilience and how she believes that when life shakes you up it’s an opportunity for different thinking. Dr Zivit Inbar is the founder and CEO of Different Thinking, a consulting practice that specialises in people, culture, leadership & performance strategies for growth with particular expertise in Technology companies, Start-ups, and Venture Capitals. Zivit has over 17 years of experience and expertise with building high-performance teams, driving high-level strategies and processes at the board and executive levels, spanning private and listed local and global organisations (China, APAC, Europe and the US). Her Board portfolio includes roles as a Chairwoman, Non-Executive-Director, Co...

40 MIN2018 SEP 21
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Episode 93 – Zivit Inbar – Growing despite adversity

Episode 92 – Courtney Elmer – How cancer stopped her in her tracks

Courtney Elmer had always dreamed of owning her own business so she worked her way up the corporate ladder while working a business on the side. She was very successful and after a couple of years, she walked away from her job to be in her business full time. On the outside, she looked like she had it all but on the inside, she felt deprived and depressed. She was living a double life and felt like she was addicted to work. Two days after coming home from her honeymoon, Courtney discovered she had cancer. She was 25 years old. It was a huge wake-up call. She had surgery and radiation therapy and forced downtime that made her stop and think about how she had been doing life. She recongised that if she wanted to survive she would need to figure out how to work and live with less stress and without sacrificing her life for the sake of being successful. She poured all of her mentoring, learnings and education into creating a roadmap that helped her navigate through her journey with canc...

38 MIN2018 SEP 13
Comments
Episode 92 – Courtney Elmer – How cancer stopped her in her tracks

Episode 91 – Jessica Mendoza – This is where I belong

If you listen carefully to Jessica Mendoza’s accent you will gain insight into where she grew up, but ask her where she belongs and you won’t get the straightforward answer you might be looking for. Born inVenezuela, Jessica and her mum moved to Scotland when she was 7 years old, then back to Venezuela, finally landing in the United States where she completed her studies and began her career. Jessica never thought that living in different countries and experiencing different cultures would be relevant to her career, but her passion for diversity and understanding of cultural differences led her to a project at The Associated Press where connection and localised content could enhance the experience of their audiences. She says English is the global business language but when it comes to connection we need to go deeper than that and understand the cultural aspects when engaging with people and the company wanted tocommunicate in a way that better served their audiences across the wo...

32 MIN2018 SEP 13
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Episode 91 – Jessica Mendoza – This is where I belong
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