Meet Doris Cho, Founder of Doris Delights, a multi-talented woman who teaches and inspires her family and community by combining her love of cooking, efficiency, and creating simple joys in everyday family life.
In this video, she teaches you her simple yet profound philosophy for success - "Create the vision, map it out, and execute the plan."
Meet Ali Meehan, she is the Founder of Costa Women, a free social and business community for women living in Spain and women looking to relocate. In this episode, she shares her advice on relocating to a new country, starting a new business, and her advice on overcoming your fears.
You can find more about Costa Women at http://costawomen.com.
Connect with the community on Instagram or Facebook @costawomen.
What does it take to make your dreams happen? Support, community, and being with other dreamers that believe and act towards their ideas and goals.
I’d like to introduce a collaborative of amazingly creative women from around the world, that just decided to make stuff happen. In the midst of 2020, these women made a dream happen, they wrote a book together, ran virtual retreats, and most recently started helping other mothers’ with their own dreams.
Make sure you purchase a book to support them or join their Mother the Mother Monthly program for more support on your dreams!
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Meet Major Wei Chou, a Foreign Areas Officer, an Army Ranger, a West Point Graduate, and an amazing human being. In this episode, he shares his insights on leadership, success, and what it means to thrive no matter where you land.
A few key takeaways:
You can connect with Major Wei Chou on Linked-In:
Major Wei C. Chou is a native of Houston, Texas. After high school, where he earned a Mitsui Scholarship to conduct a foreign exchange to Japan, he was accepted to the United States Military Academy at West Point. There, he received his bachelor’s degree in East Asia Foreign Area Studies and was commissioned as...
Rona’s passion is seeing growth and achievement in individuals and small organizations. She has more than 15 years of experience in project and program management, strategic communications, and technical and operational change implementations. Scaling resources is not only a professional skill to Rona, it is a way of life. She continuously aims to streamline and improve everything around her - at work, at home, and in her community.
Rona’s work in the Washington,...
Fear is the number one thing that will prevent you from pursuing your higher self.
In this episode, I share a few ideas on how to overcome fear. Please take out a journal to write and reflect on what is stopping you from becoming your best self.
Have you ever been hit by inspiration? Have you ever acted on creative impulse? Have you ever wanted to be an author, a storyteller, a writer? In this episode, award-winning author and returning diplomat, Jan Von Schleh, shares her journey of living abroad and writing her first book while living in the Kingdom of Bahrain. She also shares her goals and ideas as she departs her lifestyle living around the world for the past two decades and resettling back to the United States. This interview will inspire you and let you know that no matter what stage of life you are in, you can write a book, you can give yourself permission to be who you want to be, and express yourself in new and creative ways.
You can connect with Jan on IG or her website:
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/janvonschleh/?hl=en
Website - https://www.janvonschleh.com/
If you'd like to buy her book, you can find it on Amazon -
“When you love what you do, it will bring out the best in you.” Nyna Caputi
Nyna is a role model and a pioneer for expat women around the world. As an expat woman herself, originally from India, Nyna identified an opportunity to do good work in the Bay Area by creating a space and community for mid-to-senior level expat and immigrant women professionals to gather, network, and learn from each other. Since starting her side-hustle-now full-time business in 2013, The Expat Woman has a community of 13,000 professionals around the globe and continues to grow.
In this episode she shares: