A few weeks ago, I met Rochelle at an event in Austin. Her story of resilience, persistence, and true determination was nothing but inspiring to me. Rochelle founded a company called PAUSE that focuses on beauty products for women dealing with menopause and I interviewed her for the show to get her opinion on why young women need to be thinking about menopause way earlier than they are!
The question I’m always asked….HOW TO GET EVERYTHING YOU WANT FOR FREE!
Now on The New Unfiltered.
Shop Sovereign Collective founders Kelly Rutherford and Molly Hanten join me for The New Unfiltered this week!
Illana Raia, Mentor Match mentor, lawyer and founder of Etre girls (a fabulous mentorship company) joins me to discuss cancel culture and mentorship!
Season 1 has wrapped up. It feels like it’s been over 10 months of this podcast, and not 10 weeks. Time flies!
As I prepare for season 2, I’m encouraging you to call me and let me know anything you’re struggling with. Listen to episode 10 for the number to call, and you may make it into a new The New Unfiltered episode during season 2!
Transferring to the Keystone School was the best decision I ever made. I really struggled in my previous brick-and-mortar high school and was worried about failing out. When I first came across the Keystone School an online high school, I knew it was the right decision for me to transfer. I’m joined by a school instructor Nicole to get her opinion on why online school is right for anyone. Now through May 31, 2020, save 50% off all K-12 Keystone courses,* including Keystone recovery courses. Promo code: 50OFF
Caissie St. Onge was the Showrunner, Executive Producer and a writer of E!’s late night talk show, “Busy Tonight,” hosted by Busy Philipps and Executive Produced by Tina Fey. She started her career at “The Late Show with David Letterman” and was a writer on all six years of “The Rosie O’Donnell Show” for Warner Brothers. After growing up in Connecticut, St. Onge moved out with little money to pursue a career in entertainment. Her experience working for David Letterman catapulted her into a lucrative career in TV, which she attributes to knowing very little about entertainment initially and just letting the world guide her to success.