Have you been feeling disempowered? Does it feel like you lack the motivation to do what you want to do? Or, alternatively, does it feel like you don’t have control in your life like there’s really nothing you can do to get what you want? First: these feelings are more common than you might think. Indeed, every day, even the most seemingly successful people battle similar feelings, similar settlements. Secondly: those feelings aren’t true. There are things you can do, ways you can improve your situations every single day, with every single decision. This is just some of what we cover on our women empowerment podcasts.
From Women to Women (and All)
On our podcasts, you’ll hear from two women who have been through it. To be clear, they have been through “it.” Just about any “it” you can imagine, these two women have been through. Now, they’re here to share what they’ve learned, what they’ve discovered, about themselves and others, with listeners. To be clear: that doesn’t mean these podcasts are some kind of “woe is me” thing - far from it. In fact, they’re kind of the opposite of that. These are two old friends, having a great time, going over what they’ve been through and how you can apply it to your life.
Empowerment Through Authenticity
“Empowerment” is one of those words that can sound more intimidating than it is, and can sound more like a responsibility than it is. When someone hears that a podcast is “empowering,” they might think that the podcast is somehow “going to change someone’s life” or rather has stated that it’s going to be able to change someone’s life. That’s not how we look at “empowerment” at all. Empowerment, like any other kind of improvement in your life or real-life change of any kind, goes through small steps, “baby steps” if you will.
Our Women Empowerment Podcasts
For Example, after listening to an “empowering” podcast, sure, maybe you have a real “movie” moment, where you stand up to someone that’s been belittling you for so long. Or maybe, more likely, when someone asks you, politely and nicely, to do something that you don’t want to do, you find the fortitude to say “no.” Maybe it empowers you to take a small step towards something you want when yesterday you stayed still. That’s empowerment. That’s a process. You can learn more from our podcasts. Click here to listen and download.