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This podcast is about a baby book called I’M A BIG SISTER. It’s written by Joanna Cole and illustrated by Maxie Chambliss. It talks about how much a little girl is happy to have a little brother. Cover art photo provided by ian dooley on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@nativemello
 
Tilted brings you conversations at the intersection of gender and culture – we dig into topics we’re curious about, highlight inspiring people and stories, and share expert advice to help you make the playing field a little less tilted. Hosted by Rachel Thomas, co-founder and CEO of Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In organization. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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Bringing you curated wisdom, straight from the heart, to help you navigate this thing called being human. Exploring mindfulness, spirituality, self-love, healing, and community, The NUSHU Podcast offers insight, inspiration, tools, and practices from the world’s most potent thought leaders, created and edited specifically with you, the listener, in mind.
 
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Renowned intuitive, energy healer, author and teacher Dana Childs joins us for a powerful conversation on navigating life as an empath with ease and purpose. Dana keeps it real and practical as she helps us understand how to identify if you’re an empath and shares tools for managing your empathic abilities. Together, we explore different types of e…
 
What does it really mean to be a healer? We hear the world a lot, but what is our relationship to it? How do we step into our power while still owning our full humanity? In this episode, we speak with Lauren Ash, a visionary, author, and the founder and CEO of Black Girl In Om. Lauren shares her journey to healing, her vision for the future, and ho…
 
There is no doubt: things are changing, and fast. The way we conduct business, how we consume information, and everything in between. Who better to help us navigate these changing times than Joanna Coles? An award-winning journalist, author, TV producer, and Chief Content Officer of Hearst Magazines from 2016 to 2018, Joanna has been a close and cu…
 
When it comes to health, Dr. Frank Lipman keeps it real and simple. A widely recognized trailblazer in functional and integrative medicine and a New York Times bestselling author of five books, he joins us to provide expert advice that seamlessly combines the best of traditional Western medicine with age-old healing techniques from the East. Dr. Li…
 
Everyone has trauma. It does not mean you're crazy, and it does not mean you're broken, according to our dear friend Britt Frank, MSW, LSCSP, SEP. Britt Frank is a trauma specialist, teacher, speaker, and therapist committed to dismantling the mental health myths that keep us stuck and sick. In this episode, she demystifies the word “trauma” and ex…
 
What would your life be like with enough time for the things that matter the most to you? What if you could access a secret productivity superpower that’s always been there, but you just didn’t know you had? In our culture, the way we work isn’t working. Our addiction to busyness and our obsession with always trying to do more leads up to feeling l…
 
In this episode, Connor Beaton, a leading men’s work facilitator and philosopher joins us for an honest conversation on the expectations, pressures, and limiting beliefs involved with being a man. Connor is a New York-based coach, teacher, and speaker who helps men (and women) from all over the world walk through their darkness and grow in the real…
 
We sit down with Amisha Ghadiali, the host of the acclaimed podcast, The Future is Beautiful, for a conversation on purpose, vision, and how intuition can guide us to live our true path. Amisha is a woman of purpose, substance, intelligence, and so much more. In this episode, we explore the theme of Amisha's new book, “Intuition,” which she wrote w…
 
As an entrepreneur, is it possible to be in full alignment with your heart, your values, your conscience and also achieve financial success and abundance? If you are Beatrice Dixon, the answer is yes! As the co-founder and CEO of The Honey Pot Company, Bea has built a powerhouse brand of clean feminine care products. She is one of the first 40 wome…
 
In this episode, we sit down with New York Times Bestselling Author, Rob Bell. We discuss his profound and deeply personal new book, “Everything Is Spiritual: Who We Are and What We're Doing Here,” and touch on anything and everything related to how to navigate the human condition, how we approach the big questions, and how we ultimately attempt to…
 
Dr. Shefali Tsabary's ground-breaking approach to mindful living and parenting has taken her books to the top of the NY Times best-sellers list. As a leader in the field of mindfulness psychology, Dr. Shefali's approach blends the worlds of Western psychology and Eastern philosophy. Her recent book Superpowered: Transform Anxiety into Courage, Conf…
 
How do we get the love we want? We turn to Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Vienna Pharaon who believes that we all have the capacity for beautiful change and fulfilling relationships. In this episode, we explore how to achieve a relationship of deep connection, intimacy, and trust. Vienna discusses why we find ourselves stuck in patterns and…
 
In this episode, we speak with Christy Turlington Burns, the founder of Every Mother Counts. With incredible energy and passion, Christy is on the frontlines of advocacy for maternal health, with the goal of making pregnancy and childbirth safe for mothers everywhere. We discuss navigating motherhood in the midst of a pandemic and ways you can make…
 
Bob Roth, CEO of the David Lynch Foundation and 50-year practitioner of Transcendental Meditation (TM), shares how to keep your center during a storm, the power of meditation, and what we can learn through the experience of living through a pandemic. Show Notes: David Lynch Foundation | Heal the Healers Now | TM.org | Stay Calm with Bob Roth More A…
 
What is shadow work? I didn’t know until I met Xavier Dagba and started working with him. We dove right into our work together, touching tender places and excavating buried corners. The work was intense, but it created a sense of freedom and expansion for me that was dramatic and noticeable. In this conversation, Xavier helps us understand what sha…
 
What if the perfection of this moment called us to stand inside of something much greater? Join us for a provocative conversation with the Rha Goddess, Founder & CEO of Move The Crowd, and author of The Calling. A creative, activist, intellectual and true thought leader, Rha is the entrepreneurial soul coach behind hundreds of breakthrough changema…
 
Like meditation, writing helps to clear the mind by transcribing emotional clutter onto the written page. The writer becomes a witness to his or her past behaviors which then paves the way for fresh thought and perspective. Join Vanessa in conversation with Drew Barrymore as they discuss the power of writing as a portal to creativity and self-disco…
 
For our last episode of this season, we’re passing the mic to our listeners. We asked women from our global community how they’re planning to make the world less tilted in 2021, and today, you'll hear from two of them—Ifeoma Finnih and Jen Shyu. Ifeoma works in investment banking and wants to demystify the industry, so more women find their way to …
 
We’ve always believed the world would be better if more countries and companies were run by women. And 2020 proved us right: women leaders consistently stood out for their empathetic and effective response to Covid-19. In this episode, we talk to two notable women leaders—Shellye Archambeau and Sheryl Sandberg—about how they navigated an incredibly…
 
The COVID-19 crisis has brought America’s childcare crisis into sharp relief. Millions of women are struggling to work while caring for their kids. But our childcare system was broken long before the pandemic – the cost of childcare has doubled over the past 20 years, while wages have remained about the same. What will it take to fix the system onc…
 
For many women, “joking around” is something we do when we’re uncomfortable. Humor is a way to deflect an unwanted sexual advance, brush off a sexist comment, or cope with anything else that makes us cringe. But when we wield humor intentionally and unapologetically, it can be much more than a defense mechanism—it can be a tool to take back power. …
 
We know gender stereotypes hurt girls. But what are they doing to boys? From a young age, our society tells boys they must be dominant and tough. They learn not to show vulnerability or ask for help. That emotional suppression makes it hard for boys to cope with, well, everything—and it’s painful for the people who love them, too. So this week on T…
 
For far too long, women of color have been overlooked and underrepresented in U.S. politics. In this episode of Tilted, we talk to two women fighting tirelessly to change that—for the 2020 election and beyond. First, you’ll hear from Aimee Allison, the founder of She the People, about how she is building one of the country’s most influential politi…
 
We know big problems require big solutions. But change almost always starts small, with one person rolling up their sleeves and deciding to go all in. In this episode of Tilted, we talk to two people who did exactly that. Jamie Margolin and Shannon Watts both started grassroots movements aimed at addressing huge environmental and social challenges.…
 
Exhausted. Stressed. Anxious. Berating yourself for “not doing enough.” These are all signs of burnout—and too many women are intimately familiar with them. For years we’ve known burnout affects women more than men, and now COVID-19 has made it even worse. This week, we’re talking with two experts on burnout: Arianna Huffington, founder of The Huff…
 
More than a third of Gen Zers know someone who uses gender-neutral pronouns. But the binary view of gender is still deeply ingrained in our society. For this episode of Tilted, we’re taking a close look at what it would mean to really break the gender mold. We talk to two amazing non-binary artists—Joey Soloway, creator of the hit TV series Transpa…
 
Tilted explores topics at the intersection of gender and culture – and brings you conversations with people pushing for change. This season, we dig into how burnout is hitting women harder than men, how Gen Z is breaking the gender mold, how toxic masculinity is holding boys back – and more. Join host Rachel Thomas, co-founder and CEO of Lean In, o…
 
This week we're sharing an episode from Hello Sunshine's How It Is podcast. No matter how much money we have (or don’t have), it shapes our identities in profound, surprising, and sometimes uncomfortable ways. Author Roxane Gay tells us why she won’t compromise on getting paid; comedian Ms. Pat shares the freedom that comes from breaking the cycle …
 
How’s work going for you? Are you spending too much time at the office? Wondering where you can you go to get some answers about the workplace? This week we’re thrilled to sharing a bonus episode from our friends at Safe For Work, a podcast that’s all about helping you find balance and happiness in your career and life. Hosts Liz Dolan and Rico Gag…
 
We worry about a lot of things when we go to the doctor, from “Am I OK” to “How much will this cost?” But we probably don’t think about whether our gender is affecting the care we receive – and it does. This week, Serena Williams and two leading doctors from the National Institutes of Health and Oregon Health & Science University join us to discuss…
 
Under pressure to perform. On guard. Isolated. When you’re the only or one of the only women in the room, your workplace experience is significantly worse. We’re joined by experts from McKinsey, Stanford, and the Wall Street Journal to dig into new research on what it's like to be the only one, what companies can do about it, and why when a woman l…
 
These days, if we want to know something, we ask Alexa or Siri. We increasingly rely on artificial intelligence to help us make big (and sometimes wrong) decisions about who gets a job, who gets a mortgage, and who gets sent to prison. Few people realize just how much AI is shaped by existing information and the limitations of the people building i…
 
Between grade school and high school, girls’ confidence drastically drops—and feelings of “I’m not smart enough” and “I’m not good enough” become all too common. On this episode of Tilted, we talk to the author of “The Confidence Code for Girls,” Claire Shipman, founder of Girls Leadership, Rachel Simmons, and educators from KIPP and Girls’ Middle …
 
In the late ’90s, the rise of the WNBA and a record-breaking, nail-biting Women’s World Cup Final signaled things were changing in women’s sports. Nearly 20 years later, we ask: how much progress have we made? To answer that question, we chatted with FIFA Women's World Cup champions Julie Foudy and Brandi Chastain, current U.S. Women's National Soc…
 
From El Salvador to Singapore, Spain to the U.S., women everywhere experience gender bias—and we all benefit from the support of other women, too. In this episode of Tilted, we talk to women who run Lean In Circles (small groups of peers who meet regularly to support one another and learn new skills together). They share their experiences with bias…
 
Ever heard someone say “I just don’t like her” about a woman running for office? So many of us judge women candidates more harshly than we judge men—and it’s driven by something called likeability bias (or the likeability penalty). On this episode of Tilted, you’ll hear directly from women who work in politics how this bias has played out in the pa…
 
This week, Sheryl Sandberg, Phoebe Robinson, and Joanna Coles join moderator Sean Fennessey of The Ringer to answer questions submitted by men. They cover topics like what kind of sex jokes are appropriate to make at work (spoiler: none), why being liked is actually kind of overrated, and why you shouldn’t assume a five-foot-tall woman can’t carry …
 
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