Shira Taylor Gura has developed a way to help you get through day-to-day situations that might make you anxious, fearful or angry, among other things.
Shira runs workshops and retreats, and is also the author of “The STUCK Method: Five Simple Steps to Emotional Well-Being”.
You can learn more about Shira and the STUCK Method here: http://thestuckmethod.com
Today’s podcast is taken directly from the Facebook Live interview I did in my office with Shira. If you’re interested in seeing that video, click here: The Strong Women's Club Facebook Page
Let me know who you are and what you think!
Be well and strong,
Rabbi Deborah Waxman teaches us about adopting “Yes, And” in Judaism
Sweet and Happy New Year!
For the podcast this week, I talk about how I organize large dinner parties at home and the tools I use to delegate to my guests some of the cooking to make things easier. They don’t always like it…
I reflect on spirituality and what it means for me, and how my daughter, Maya, influences me.
And together we learn from Rabbi Deborah Waxman, who is the head of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College and the Jewish Reconstructionist Communities. Rabbi Waxman is the first woman to hold these positions simultaneously.
We learn what Recontructionist Judaism is and the items that Deborah feels need urgent attention. And we get our own private lesson for the new year.
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Thank you to the Strong Women who listen to the podcast!
Have a healthy and strong year!
The author of “White Walls: A Memoir About Motherhood, Daughterhood, and the Mess In Between” (http://amzn.to/2xuukfk), Judy humorously writes about her life as the daughter of a mom who was a hoarder and mentally ill; how she met her husband, who has a surprising story; and about being a mother herself.
Judy is an author and comedienne, joining the two in her writing and her stage appearances, and here on this podcast!
You can find out more about Judy at http://judybatalion.com
Taciana Mello and Fernanda Moura from Brazil are interviewing women around the world (hey… I do that too!) about women’s empowerment, women founders and women entrepreneurs. They’re filming a documentary, gathering advice and stories from experienced female founders about their hardships, struggles and triumphs.
After they interviewed me here at WeWork Herzliya, I invited them to be on the podcast to tell their own stories. Today, we get a behind-the-scenes look into their 13 months of travel (so far), the women they’ve met and the countries they’ve been to.
How do you pack for such a long trip when most of your luggage is full of video equipment? Taciana and Fernanda tell us what they’re carrying.
What is the worse experience they’ve had on the road so far?
Listen to the show and find out!
Thank you, Taciana and Fernanda! It was great fun meeting and an honor to be part of this important project.
The Girls on the Road (https://www.facebook.com/thegirlsontheroad/)