Today, Sterling and Tricia are talking about “The Work”. In this context, they define that as the continual and intentional effort to become our most aligned, authentic selves. It's not easy and it's often messy, but it's transformational. They've said it once and they'll say it again, this is a Super Soul Sunday recap podcast. And this episode is very on-brand.
With the next round of Democrat debates coming up TONIGHT, we thought a 2020 Bootcamp was in order. Here’s a breakdown on how to evaluate candidates, their plans, find good news resources, and MOST IMPORTANTLY how to get involved. Note: We recorded this episode a few weeks in advance, so some information may have changed.
Women Making Waves is a bi-monthly series by The Women Wave that spotlights badass women who are playing active roles in making waves in their communities. We’ve had so many incredible women participate in WMW so far, that we wanted to take a beat to reflect on some of the wisdom, inspiration, and all-around badassery these women have shared!
The job hunt, the salary negotiation, the whole being a woman in the workforce thing. None of these topics are easy (or particularly fun), but they're a fact of adult life. In this episode, Sterling and Tricia will share tips they've learned on networking, job hunting, negotiating, and learning new marketable skills.
On the eve of hiatus, grateful ain’t even the word! Today, Sterling and Tricia chat about the first LGBT storyline in Bachelor franchise history, the Amazon fires, and Planned Parenthood’s most recent fight for women’s healthcare. They also discuss promising new gun control measures from March For Our Lives, police brutality, and the seminal new work known as the 1619 Project. And don’t worry -- we have some great episodes planned for while we’re on break!
The ladies have a jam packed show today! They discuss what it looks like to be an ally in practice (spoiler: it’s not always grand gestures), one woman’s method of beating revenge porn, and cultivating empathy in a partnership. Plus the latest on the Jeffrey Epstein case, the Trump administration’s ICE raids and new immigration rules, and MOSCOW MITCH. North Carolina, don’t forget to register to vote!
This isn’t an easy episode. Sterling and Tricia spend a majority of the time diving deep into the most recent acts of domestic terrorism and what we can do in the face of gun violence. They also discuss a @herfirst100k’s new negotiation course (secure that bag!), the life of Toni Morrison, Cyntoia Brown...and...Bachelor in Paradise.
After six hours of debates and four hours of the Bachelorette finale...we survived and we’re here to talk about it all. Sterling and Tricia get real about clinical anxiety and coping mechanisms to overcome it, give their recap on two nights of Dem Debates (including an in depth discussion about healthcare), and leave on a high note by highlighting some beautiful art on the southern border.
After a week of #AuntLife, the ladies are back with the latest hot takes, news, and TV obsessions. They discuss what it’s like to be a woman in a male dominated workforce, what it means to be patriotic, Trump’s racist rants about four sitting Congresswomen, Mueller’s testimony, and...Taylor Swift. Listen in for a special MERCH announcement!
From Disney princesses, to personality types, and President Megan Rapinoe, this episode is quite the ride. Get a 2020 update, the latest news about serial sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein, and what you need to know about the Trump administration’s latest attempt to add a citizenship question to the census.
Happy 4th of July! We’re bringing you the latest on Taylor Swift vs. Scooter Braun, our new 15-year old hero, and Nike’s latest shoe controversy. Stick around for an update about the crisis on the border, the census, and what it means to celebrate America to us.
After a week off the grid celebrating their best friend’s wedding, the ladies get straight to the point. They’re skipping straight to the politics this week, talking about SCOTUS rulings on gerrymandering and the Census, the horrifying reports about separated children at the border, the latest allegation of rape against President Trump, and the first Democratic Debate of the 2020 election. Let’s get to it!
The title says it all. Sterling and Tricia are off to watch their best friend get hitched, so this week's episode is less about current events and more about listener-submitted questions like, "Who would you vote for in the primary if it was today," and "Is a boneless chicken wing the same thing as a chicken nugget?" Let's go!
It’s a loose episode today, folks! The ladies discuss a new report by AAUW on barriers and bias against women in the workplace, the importance of financial freedom on mental health, Nike’s plus size mannequins, and the new powerful new series on Netflix called “When They See Us”. And stick around for the politics section to hear about Missouri’s forced vaginal exams with no medical necessity and the terror happening in Sudan’s fight for democracy.
Whether it’s to a feminist cake artist, a brave survivor who empowers others to seek justice, organizations fighting for gun control at the local level, or an entire country for acknowledging an ugly history and working to do better….we need to give credit where credit is due. Jump in for the latest pop culture and politics, but stay for what Tricia learned from a 74-year old shamanic yogi.
And “Finding your passion” is really f*cking bad advice! Get ready for all the hottakes in this episode. From getting comfortable with a little confrontation and accountability in your friendships, to Ellen DeGeneres’ #MeToo story, and Kamala Harris’ plan for reproductive rights, we’re covering all of our bases today.
Thanks to Brittany Packnett’s TED talk, we have a new mantra for the week. On this episode the ladies talk about the trials of job hunting, the constant communication culture we live in, and confidence. They also get into some of the latest news, like the BuzzFeed expose on Tony Robbins, the Morehouse graduation surprise, and the latest on Presidential obstruction of justice, abortion bans, and the Equality Act. Dive in!
Let’s get to the point. The abortion bans happening all across the country are an unprecedented, coordinated assault on human rights. We’re talking all about it on the pod today, as well as facial recognition software, Nike’s maternity leave policy, and advice for long distance relationships.
Fresh off their best friend’s bachelorette party, the ladies recap their special weekend and the great conversations that happen when a bunch of badass women get together. Strap in for lessons like, “Say ‘thank you’ not ‘I’m sorry’,” and abundance versus scarcity mindset. And obviously the latest news, like a Met Gala recap, Georgia’s unconstitutional abortion ban, and new evidence in the Sandra Bland case. Let’s go!
Here’s an idea...talk about important shit! The ladies vent about being touched in public without consent, dive into the hot gossip surrounding 50 Cent and...LaLa Kent? 2019 just keeps getting weirder. Stick around for Mueller talk, a discussion about the increase in white nationalist violence, and the horribly failed attempt bring down Mayor Pete.