January 8, 2021
To kick Season 2 off, I'm talking with Oscar. He's an Emergency Room nurse in the Chicago area. In this episode, we talk about the level of badassery it takes to be a healthcare worker on the frontlines of a deadline pandemic.
Listen in as we talk about the toll the pandemic has taken on our most important front line workers, how he's survived the last year mentally and physically, and most importantly, the advice he has for everyone listening in.
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December 1, 2020
What happens when the job you’ve dreamed about turns out to be a nightmare? In this episode, I’m talking to Mark S. about what it was like to finally get his dream job, only to leave it shortly after once he realized it wasn’t what he thought he wanted.
Listen in as we talk about baseball, marketing, and the kind of bravery it takes to recognize that life really does begin outside of your comfort zone. We also discuss the organized chaos that accompanies major life shifts as well as the kinds of lessons learned along the way.
For recent graduates or those contemplating a career in marketing, be sure to listen through to the end as we talk about skill stacking and why it’s important to your career, no matter what route you take.
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November 15, 2020
Do you feel like your healthcare providers really listen to you when you voice a concern about your own health? Do you often feel like you have to repeat yourself over and over again to be taken seriously?
In this episode of the Accidental Badass podcast, I'm talking to Katie Sue. Several years ago, she knew something was off with her health. No matter how many times she spoke to her doctors, none of them seemed to take her pleas seriously to do more testing. Until one day, she broke down in a specialist's office. What transpired after was a roller-coaster of health issues that brought Katie Sue to where she is today.
Though we talk *a lot* about women's health issues and the endocrine system in this episode, tune in to learn why it's important to advocate for your own health and how you can break free from the idea that an illness is 'all in your head.'
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November 2, 2020
In this episode, I'm joined by Katy and Nicole, two teachers talking about what it's like being a teacher during a pandemic. Whether you have children or not, this episode will remind you why teachers really are total and complete badasses.
October 18, 2020
Do you fear rejection or public speaking? In this episode I talk to Garrett Gray and Michael Scampini about what it means to be a socially fearless badass.
Listen as we talk about why people fear public speaking so much and how getting into Toastmasters and improv led each of us to find our inner badass.
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October 4, 2020
Do you have the travel bug, but don’t know where or how to start? Maybe you’ve wondered how you can add a little more adventure into your life? In this episode, I’m talking to Sara Zailskas Walsh about what makes her an adventurous badass. We talk about travel, adventure, overcoming fear, and how to find the adventurous badass inside of you.
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September 9, 2020
In today's episode, I'm talking to Karrie Sullivan, Principal at the Culminate Strategy Group and Founder of The UpSkill Foundation. Join us as we talk about empathy, entrepreneurship, and advice you'll want to hear about embarking on your own brand of badassery.
Want to get involved with The UpSkill Foundation? Visit http://www.upskillfoundation.org
August 2, 2020
Resilience. Are we born with it or do we develop it as we grow up? In this episode, I talk to the woman who is responsible for making me who I am today. My mother.
Listen in as we we talk about qualities of resilience and tenacity, and how the women in our family have walked down tough and unfamiliar roads, paving the way for women we are today.
July 25, 2020
How I arrived at becoming a badass was completely accidental. My efforts to break out of my shell or learn something new where what launched me into becoming the BAMF many people know today. I'll talk about that and more in each episode.