When the opportunity arose to have a real conversation with my daughter, Maya, and record it for the Strong Women's Club I grabbed it! Wouldn't you??
We talk about her work in the Israeli army, growing up with three brothers, how our divorce affected her, gender equality and more.
What does it mean for her, and others her age, to be a strong woman?
Do they even need to think about it, or can they take being treated equally for granted?
Lauren is a mom of four and a recovering spender who - with her husband - figured out how to get out of $40,000 of debt. They sold their house, Lauren waitressed and became an extreme couponer. She then started blogging about her experiences. Lauren and Mark now mentor others to take control of their finances. Lauren has appeared on Dr. Oz, The Today Show and other national TV shows.
Anat Hoffman is the Executive Director of the Israel Religious Action Center and is the director and a founding member of Women of the Wall.
Anat works 24/7 to bring equality and religious freedom to Judaism in Israel, particularly fighting for women's equality and for the freedom of Jewish expression and practice in Israel, where there is no separation of religion and state.
Anat talks about her life growing up in her brother's shade and how that contributed to her becoming the activist that she is.
She also shares her advice for when choosing a life partner.
You can contact Anat at womenofthewall.org
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and stay strong!
Today’s episode I talk to myself … a lot!
No special guest stars this week, only me, talking about what I’ve done so far, hardships and hiccups in the past, and plans for this show in the next year.
I tell you about my past experiences, the motivation behind the podcast, why I choose to empower women and motivate them to reach their dreams.
This is a wonderful new adventure for me that carries with it a heavy importance and a mission.
The mission is to teach women and show them through real life stories that it is never too late to fulfill their dreams.
This podcast is not fluff or abstract or cliché’s.
I talk to real women who have worked hard, had bumps and lumps along the way, and are sharing their stories with us so that we can learn from them.
Today's episode is personal and a little revealing, but not TMI, I hope.
And as I talk to you my thoughts become clearer and my message stronger.
Let me know what you think about today's episode.
You are the reason I do the podcast and I truly appreciate you, the wonderful women in this club!
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and stay strong!!
This week’s guest is Lori Palatnik, who is a public speaker, a blogger, a teacher and an author of a number of books, the latest is entitled “Turn your husband into your soulmate”.
Lori and a group of other women established the Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project which you can find at www.jwrp.org.
Lori talks about becoming orthodox, establishing the JWRP and donating her kidney to somebody she didn’t know before the donation process began.
Today’s episode marks the end of the recent series of Strong Women in Israel.
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Have a really great day and stay strong!