Welcome to the home of the Claim the Stage podcast! This podcast is dedicated to women everywhere who want to get on stage and be heard! I interview professional speakers, authors, speaker bureaus, thought leaders, entrepreneurs, interesting people, and creatives who all have something to say on the topic of finding and using your voice so you can CLAIM THE STAGE!

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Claim the Stage Podcast Episodes

  • Podcast Ep. 145 Q&A Episode: Online Presentation Edition (9/16/2020) - The hot topic right now is online presentations and how to do them so you feel good and your audience pays attention. The areas of interest range from feeling comfortable in front of the camera to how to use the tech and engage the audience throughout your meeting. Fear not! I have answers for you…
  • Podcast Ep. 144 How Childhood Trauma Can Steal Your Voice as an Adult with Dr Omar Reda (9/9/2020) - Today’s show is taking a rare turn into the world of mental health and trauma and how it influences our ability to use our voice. My guest is Dr. Omar Reda, a board-certified psychiatrist, Harvard-trained trauma expert, and Founder of Project Untangled, a model of care for trauma survivors. He has extensive experience and expertise…
  • Podcast Ep. 143 Four Minutes of Truth Series, Episode 1 (8/26/2020) - I’m excited to bring you a new series I’m calling “Four Minutes of Truth.” It features women who are sharing something that is true for them in a four minute recording. Today’s episode features five women I asked to participate to kick off the series, but my hope is that future episodes will include submissions…
  • Podcast Ep. 142 The Results: Being More Unreasonable and Apologizing Less (8/12/2020) - If you missed the last episode, listen to that first! Today’s show shares responses from you, the listeners, and observations of apologizing from other women in the world. I also shared an insight I learned from the apologizing challenge. If you have ideas for upcoming episode topics or would like to suggest a guest, email…
  • Podcast Ep. 141 Being More Unreasonable and Apologizing Less (7/29/2020) - Today’s episode is another one from the road. Pushing my son’s carriage leads to many ideas and thoughts that need to be captured immediately! I smooshed two important topics together in hopes to inspire some thought around our behavior. The topics? Being unreasonable and apologizing. I put these two topics together because I think they…
  • Podcast Ep. 140 Four More Ways to Look and Feel Powerful, Confident and Relaxed While Speaking (7/15/2020) - Here is the sequel to my most popular episode ever, Episode 108: Four Ways to Look and Feel Powerful, Confident and Relaxed While Speaking. On today’s show, I share an update on what happened after recording “The Answers Episode” and offer the following four tips: 1. Perfect is boring. Don’t aim for perfect, aim for…
  • Podcast Ep. 139 Seven Reasons You Suck at Online Presentations (7/1/2020) - The most frequently asked question I’ve heard in the last three months is something along the lines of, “How do I give an online presentation that doesn’t suck?” First off, it’s hard! Second, it requires a little more thought than just showing up and talking. Don’t worry, help is on the way. Below is the…
  • Podcast Ep. 138 The Answers Episode (6/17/2020) - I’m 5% ready for this episode to be out in the world, but waiting to release it won’t solve anything. On today’s episode, I share the “answers” to the questions I posed in the last episode. I get into invisible privilege, how learning about my addictions made me aware of my own complacency in other…
  • Podcast Ep. 137 Who Are You Today? The Questions Episode (6/3/2020) - Hiiii!! It’s me again. It’s been two months and I’m excited to get back to the show with a big episode of questions. These questions are designed to help you do some self-discovery during this time of change. They are also there to help you see things about yourself you may not want to look…
  • Podcast Ep. 135 How to Make an Emotionally-Charged Topic Approachable and Fun with Rachel Richards (3/4/2020) - Do you speak about a topic that most people would rather avoid than have to deal with? Topics that make your target audience uncomfortable can be hard to market because they may not want to face that discomfort. On today’s episode, I interview Rachel Richards, a former financial advisor who has made a name for…

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