This Is Woman's Work with Nicole Kalil

Updated: 17 Jul 2024 • 222 episodes
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Together, we're redefining what it means, looks and feels like, to be doing "woman's work" in the world today. With confidence and the occasional rant. From boardrooms to studios, kitchens to coding dens, we explore the multifaceted experiences of today's woman, confirming that the new definition of "woman's work" is whatever feels authentic, true, and right for you. We're shedding expectations, setting aside the "shoulds", giving our finger to the "supposed tos". We're torching the old playbook and writing our own rules. Who runs the world? You decide. Learn more at nicolekalil.com

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Decision-making is a skill we should have all learned in school, but didn’t. On this episode, we’re going to learn how to make decisions - and not little inconsequential ones, but the big life-changing and life-defining decisions - with the help of Abby Davisson. Abby has dedicated her career to helping others achieve

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Women supporting women is a hashtag we see all over the place, but are we really doing it well? In business, I know many women who hesitate to leverage their own communities to grow their businesses. So this episode is for the business owner that’s wondering how to do this. It’s also for the friends, and the loved ones

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Our topic today may sound like one that falls under the old definition of woman’s work, but we’re going to talk about the etiquette everyone should know today. Heather Wiese joins us, as an Etiquette Writer and Founder of Bell’INVITO, a woman-owned, responsible luxury brand that sells stationery and leather goods made

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Every time you lie – or fib, stretch or bend the truth, blow smoke, tell a white lie, tell a bald faced lie, lie thru your teeth, spin a yarn, hold back, keep the peace, it doesn’t matter what you call it – every time you do it, you’re chipping away at your own confidence.  On this episode of This Is Woman’s Work, we’r

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This episode is about the value of connection – and I’m going to encourage every single one of us to take one measurable step away from loneliness and toward connection after listening. Kasley Killam is a leading expert in social health and the author of The Art and Science of Connection: Why Social Health is the Missi

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THE Alison Armstrong returns to our show to continue what was a wildly popular discussion earlier in the year where we talked about men, because when we stopped recording I had more questions than I had even started with. This time around we are talking all about women, and how our needs and behaviors affect those arou

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