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Donna’s Memorable Year (Show #81)

In this podcast, Audacious Donna shares her journey navigating the medical-industrial complex. What started out as digestion issues turned into something much more serious — and sinister. (But don’t worry – there’s a happy ending!)

 

 

 

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Show #75: Age, Gender, and the Entrepreneur

This episode was sparked by a recent Freelance academy podcast (Why So Many Women Struggle in Business).  We start discussing how women can be more effective in business, and diverge into  harassment in the workplace, F-to-M transitions, and how middle-aged (and older) women get overlooked. We’re not just sitting around knitting all the time. And we talk about collaboration and the difference in feedback you get from a full-time employee position and working for yourself.

Photo this week courtesy of iStockphoto and the film “Unfinished Business”

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Show #59 Instant Gratification

If Van Gogh  were on FaceBook, he wouldn’t have cut off his ear, he would have painted pictures of cats.

In this episode, we discuss the instant gratification available from social media, how we have come to expect it, how we react if we don’t get it, and how we change our behavior in order to receive it. We also talk about the nature of creativity.

Wendy notes: I wanted to create a tuxedo cat painting in the style of Van Gogh, but I discovered that others had got there ahead of me.

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Show #49: Put That Thing Away!

Our constant use of “screens” – cell phones, tablets, computers, televisions… they are ubiquitous. Are they getting in the way of us experiencing the world? Are they keeping us from being in the here and now? Or are they enhancing our lives? Is texting the harbinger of the demise of writing, or are people actually writing more? Are you going to places to share with your remote friends or to brag?

These questions and more are the subject of this episode!

 

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