Healing Through Vulnerability and Honesty with Raj Sisodia

Raj Sisodia, a co-founder of Conscious Capitalism, joins Rosie to dive into the power of sharing personal stories and the importance of healing yourself to heal the world. They explore the role of love, innocence, simplicity, and truth in living a fulfilling life and how embracing these qualities can lead to positive change in ourselves and our organizations. Raj also shares his new book, "Awaken: The Path to Purpose, Inner Peace and Healing."

Finding a Courageous Path Forward When Life is Hard

Let’s face it, life can be REALLY challenging and hard at times: Parenting is hard. Dealing with aging parents is hard. Creating harmony between our personal and professional lives can be hard. Navigating the constant disruption in our world is hard. Even asking for and accepting help can be hard. So what do you do...

Close Up Radio Interview: Empowered Leadership Series

I had so much fun participating in this 2-part interview on Close Up Radio with veteran award-winning broadcast TV and radio hosts/media personalities Jim Masters and Doug Llewelyn (yes, you might recognize Doug from the days of The People’s Court). In Part 1, I was interviewed by Jim Masters. We explored the messiness of being...

Rosie in My Pocket: 2 Word Check-in

It is so important to check in genuinely with others and address their emotional needs. Often, we default to generic responses when asked how we're feeling. By authentically checking in and allowing people to express themselves, we fulfill their core human need of being heard, seen, and valued. This episode explores the "two-word check-in" as a practice of sharing emotions concisely. Listen in to discover the power of meaningful check-ins, authentic communication, and the addition of joy to one's day.

Rosie in My Pocket: Enoughness

In this episode, Rosie delves into the common feeling of "not enoughness" many of us experience. She shares how this feeling stems from our younger selves taking over our present-day thoughts and how we can combat it by reminding ourselves that we are enough. Rosie emphasizes the importance of overcoming harmful narratives that make us show up small and self-protected.

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