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Welcome to Beyond the Military Podcast where faith-led military women overcome burnout and create more balance. Are you tired of trying to find a balance between your military and personal life? Are you sick of feeling exhausted from endless expectations and working all the time? Are you overwhelmed with the demand and responsibilities of everyone else, from your soldiers to your kids? Do you constantly feel like you’re trying to keep your head above water? Imagine if you had a plan to overc ...
 
Warrior Women is the podcast dedicated to helping you find your strongest self through food, fitness and friendship. Hosted by Erica Stenz, a NASM Certified Nutrition Fitness Specialist, VP of Fitness Development and Instructor On-boarding at Barry’s Bootcamp Bay Area, and a Certified Women’s Fitness Specialist, she shares her learnings from the past 10 years of studying nutrition and fitness. Listen, learn and laugh about all things we go through as women.
 
Are you sick and tired of hearing how women are being held back? We are breaking through self-limiting beliefs, overcoming obstacles, and encountering ceiling shattering opportunities each and every day! Learn how Angie Leigh Monroe, helps women unleash their inner DIVA, and make a positive impact in the world we live in. Angie is a Strategist, Consultant, International Speaker and the founder of DIVAS Impact, and Veteran DIVAS. Angie takes women who are seeking the path of self-discovery, b ...
 
Women make up half of the world's population, and yet history books often consign them to the sidelines. They are dismissed as merely the wives of powerful men; babymakers and nothing more. Yet women have been the driving force behind history for millennia, from female Pharoahs, warrior princesses and pirates, to the revolutionaries who sought to topple the male-dominated political systems of their day. From host of the popular 'Queens of England Podcast', The Other Half tells the forgotten ...
 
{New podcast weblog}. The hope of inspiring, encouraging, motivating and changing lives of all those who listen to this podcast. I will be Intentionally discussing various topics including domestic violence, rape, health, depression, self esteem, marriage, divorce, and other real issues in life. My guest will share their life stories of struggles, strength, and success. Woman are certified warriors who serve in many roles in their home, work place, church, school, and the community.
 
The Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast features Wellness Warriors who have had a powerful impact in the world of Health and Happiness. Each episode provides information about various healing modalities and facets of creating vibrant health. Hosted by Dr. Veronique Desaulniers, better known as Dr. V, founder of Breast Cancer Conqueror and The 7 Essentials System, whose passion is to empower women around the globe to live their best life through healing of body, mind and spirit.
 
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A podcast about the intersections of pop-culture, the political, the personal and the spiritual. Writer, content creator, and political junkie Betsy Aimee and Hollywood gangster, content creator and spiritual warrior Linda Garcia are here to help you channel your inner bad-ass; because well-behaved women rarely make history.
 
"NoVA Weekend Warriors" featuring tips for and interviews with the Weekend Warriors of Northern Virginia: runners, cyclists, athletes and outdoor enthusiasts! Learn from some of the awesome and amazing locals in our area about their path to fitness, why they do what they do, the challenges and the victories!
 
Once upon a time, three girls looking out of their windows into the Texas night sky said to themselves, “Gee. I’d love to have a feminist/queer/witchy/anime/pop culture podcast.” After meeting for the first time together over Thai food, magic sparked in the form of Sailor Moon purses and extremely diligent note-taking - and Brujeria Jysteria was formed. A witch, an artist, and a social justice warrior complete the trifecta, bringing to you animated and enthusiastic geek-out sessions regardin ...
 
Have you ever felt busy, depressed, or just plain overwhelmed with life as a mom? Then you are in the right place! Mamas Living Happy is a podcast to uplift and inspire women all over the world. Here you will find help to embrace your crazy life and gain motivation to be the best version of yourself. You will laugh, cry, and maybe even have a hot flash. Some of our interviews are with experts. Others are ordinary women who have faced adversity, overcome obstacles in their lives, and crawled ...
 
Welcome to Worth It!, the podcast where we answer anxiety, deflate fear, and shut down shame. You were made to thrive! My mission is to help you get deeply rooted with God and reclaim your weapon that the enemy of God has been using against you. After going to battle for my own mind 3 years ago, I realized that there is a war going on for our minds. A battle that begins with how we think. Sis, You have much more control than you realize. I'm Michelle Remington, Christian Mindset Coach, Thoug ...
 
Ever wondered how automation will change the world? Maybe you puzzle over what India could do to ease traffic congestion, or how China's aircraft carriers will transform Indian Ocean geopolitics? All Things Policy, a daily podcast brought to you by the Takshashila Institution, brings you all the answers. Every weekday, our researchers break down complex economic and geopolitical ideas through the lens of current events. For everyone from the busy executive to the curious student, All Things ...
 
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Cities are where jobs are created and have been important to human progress. Can cities redesign themselves to remain relevant in the era of internet-based 3-D virtual environments, like metaverse? In this episode, Mihir Mahajan speaks to Aarushi Kataria and Sridhar Krishna to discuss the rise and decline of cities, and how cities were reinvented t…
 
Tis the season…to flex your consumer power and help support women and women’s advancement. This episode encourages us all to think intentionally and strategically about the choices we make with our dollars and how our choices can impact gender equity. We talk about the inequities women face in every episode of the Advancing Women Podcasts and an im…
 
The Data Protection Bill is supposed to be up for discussion in the winter session of Parliament. Jairam Ramesh, an MP and a member of the Joint Parliamentary Committee has made public a dissent note to the committee chairperson. Rohan Seth talks to Sapni G K and Prateek Waghre to discuss. Follow Rohan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thesethist Fol…
 
Climate change is likely to result in increased frequency and intensity of extreme events and alter weather patterns in the long run. This, in turn, will impact agriculture and food security. In this episode, Arjun Gargeyas talks to Atish Padhy and Aarthi Ratnam on the potential effects of climate change on food production, diversification of anima…
 
Public health incidents around the world have demonstrated that a well-timed and well-executed risk communication plan can help manage circumstances on the ground in a much better way. However, in unusual circumstances like the existing COVID-19 pandemic, implementing effective communication methods is difficult. In this episode, Mahek Nankani and …
 
Recently, the government of Pakistan reached a month-long ceasefire agreement with Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). The deal, mediated by the Afghan Taliban, has revived the hopes of ending the long-running Islamist insurgency in Pakistan. Priyal Lyncia D'almeida talks to Shrey Khanna to get insights on the nature of the talks and the prospects of…
 
Hey military-sister, I just want to take the time to say THANK YOU for inviting me to your inbox and allowing me to share what I know about productivity, mental and emotional health, is a real honor. Know that no matter what you may be going through in life as a child of God, spouse, parent, or leader I am here to encourage you along the way. I lov…
 
India’s economy has grown at 7% on average over the last thirty years, but employment elasticity has been constantly declining from 0.4 to 0.087. This number is significantly lower than the US (0.64) and Northern Europe (0.51). How can India increase employment elasticity? In this episode, Aarushi Kataria and Sridhar Krishna draw on ideas from Taks…
 
Indian police personnel are overworked, under-trained, and under-equipped. Yet they are at the forefront of jobs from traffic duty to pandemic management. This has lead to mental health problems in the force. Ruturaj Gowaikar and Aarthi Ratnam discuss the lack of systemic, institutional psychological support for India's police personnel. They also …
 
Everyone loves the idea of a level playing field. This expectation of fair competition underlies assumptions that the workforce is a meritocracy. A meritocracy is a system in which power, growth and advancement are vested in individual people based solely on talent, effort, and achievement…that advancement in such a system is based solely on perfor…
 
In the last week, the Federal Court has heard a case for the extradition of a Sydney nanny back to Chile to face charges of Crimes Against Humanity during the Pinochet dictatorship of 1973 to 1990. Adtriana Rivas is accused of kidnapping seven communists during the Pinochet era, and is implicated in their torture and murder. Rivas was a part of the…
 
Dr. Sherrill Sellman, N.D. is a Naturopathic Doctor, educator, women's natural health expert, psychotherapist, and journalist in the field of holistic health. Today she is here with us to share about a problem many women face called vaginal dryness. She is a passionate advocate for regaining hormonal health naturally and reclaiming Feminine Wisdom.…
 
Hey military-sister, Are you ready for the holidays and possibly even traveling?! Or better yet, have you taken the time to get mentally and emotionally prepared to spend time with your family... In today's episode, I share how you can begin preparing yourself regardless of whether you are traveling or staying local to help you minimize overwhelm. …
 
Access to social networks could potentially benefit Indian women, but women in India tend to be isolated. In this episode, Suman Joshi, Apurva Kumar and Sarthak Pradhan discuss the barriers women face in creating and accessing social networks. They also reflect on the possible implications of the same. Follow Apurva on Twitter: https://twitter.com/…
 
Following the grisly murder of Joanna she ends up facing war from within and without her kingdom, all of which would end up with her on trial for her life in Avignon. Support the show on Patreon Follow us on Facebook and Twitter See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Gigs are not new. Hollywood made the transition to gigs from the studio system 70 years ago and the result is not all bad. While the movie industry today does not offer wage stability unlike the studios of the past, it does offer employment today to millions more and the quality of movies made is decidedly superior. Listen to Anupam Manur, Aarushi …
 
Piped water allows women, the primary caretakers of a household, more time for labour and leisure, thus improving their bargaining capacity at home and in the labour market. Apurva Kumar and Suman Joshi discuss a new paper examining the impact of piped water on India’s women. Follow Apurva on Twitter: https://twitter.com/apurva_kr Follow Suman on T…
 
Hey military-sister, Have you ever showed up to an event (physically) but mentally and emotionally felt completely disconnected? As if you were still in the previous situation processing the thoughts and emotions that were created from it. Possibly even carrying around negative feelings and keeping you from being fully present around others. In tod…
 
The US Department of Defense (DoD) released its 2021 China Military Power Report last week. Based on the report's findings, Aditya Pareek and Suyash Desai discuss China's military modernisation and its impact on the Indo-Pacific Region. Follow Aditya on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cabinmarine Follow Suyash on Twitter: https://twitter.com/suyash_de…
 
A bipartisan group of House lawmakers in the US has introduced a bill that would require online platforms to let users opt-out of having personal data-driven algorithms select the content they see. The move could spell a significant change in how our news feeds are shaped. Rohan Seth talks to Prateek Waghre to discuss the fine print. Follow Prateek…
 
We've all heard the adage “Hindsight is 20/20”. It's an expression that suggests it's easier to understand something after it has already happened, that we have a level of clarity when we look back at a situation event or decision. Today's podcast is my 25th episode on my 50th birthday and it is about the wisdom and clarity of fifty. What my 50-yea…
 
Hey military-sister, If you’ve made changes in your life to help you improve or get better at something possibly even... being more present with your family, but feel as if you're not making progress. It’s NOT because you don’t know how to or because you don’t have what it takes to make progress. It’s because you’re not taking the time to evaluate …
 
The latest Pentagon China Military Power Report highlights the PRC's development of new nuclear warheads and delivery systems as potential areas of concern. Based on the report's findings, Aditya Ramanathan and Suyash Desai discuss China's nuclear strategy and military modernisation. Follow Aditya on Twitter: https://twitter.com/adityascripts Follo…
 
The Deccan Plateau is generally believed to have been "conquered" by the Mauryan empire of the Gangetic Plains - but the reality of its early history is far more complex and thought-provoking. Anirudh Kanisetti speaks to Prof. Namita Sugandhi about her excavations at the site of Tekkalakota, Karnataka, to learn about how archaeology challenges not …
 
🔗 Find everything mentioned in today’s episode in the extended show notes at http://www.beyondthemilitary.co/ WATCH REPLAY: Veteran's Day Post Traumatic Growth FB LIVE Event https://fb.watch/9cfRcBPcRa/ Connect with Topaz on his socials: Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn| Escape Velocity Academy Work Play Obsession Nonprofit Join us in the Facebook F…
 
Sports have been used to bolster diplomatic relations between states as well as to make political statements on the international stage. There is also extensive evidence of sports' involvement in international politics and vice versa. Priyal Lyncia D'Almeida talks to Arjun Gargeyas on instances which have seen an intersection of sports, politics an…
 
Hey sister-friend, Today we are talking about PATIENCE‼️🙌🏽 This episode is for you if you’re impatient… 🙋🏽‍♀️ And if you’re anything like me… more patience with my kids PLEASE. So in today's episode, I’m sharing with you HOW staying grounded in the Word (Galatians 5:22) 📖✝️ and the coaching model has helped my clients (and myself) practice patience…
 
With a new technological revolution underway, emerging technologies are at the heart of geopolitical competition between States. Standard-setting is one key dimension of this competition. But what does this entail and how should India navigate related challenges? Ameera Rao talks to Arjun Gargeyas about his new report, which recommends action point…
 
With special guest nationally recognized money expert, Stephanie O'Connell RodriguezToo often women's success is attributed to luck rather than hard work and ambition, and even worse, if women are acknowledged for their ambition, it can be seen as aggressive.Ever feel like ambitious men are meant to be celebrated while ambitious women too often are…
 
According to a recent study, towns situated close to canals in India witnessed faster urbanisation and demand for education but not industrialisation. And agriculture still remains the biggest employer in the rural areas near these canals. In this episode, Apurva Kumar and Sarthak Pradhan, discuss the strange ways in which canals have shaped India.…
 
Today on Accent of Women we turn our focus to Sudan. On October 25, the Sudanese military carried out a coup, announcing the dissolution of the power-sharing Sovereignty Council and the transitional government. It arrested Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and declared a state of emergency. Since that time, there have been massive street protests, in f…
 
Do you sound like a drill sergeant at home? I used to 😬🤭👀 I'm sure you'd agree that parenting is HARD. Especially when you have a limited amount of time for dinner, help with homework, spend quality time as a family before doing it all over again. Not to mention, the rough day you had at work... So yes, it was easy to go into drill sergeant mode wh…
 
Last month, the European Union (EU) came out with a publication detailing its strategy for the Arctic. The focal points of the strategy are the implications of melting permafrost on geopolitical developments, biosecurity, digital connectivity, and a push for sustainable energy for the region. Ruturaj Gowaikar and Aditya Pareek discuss the strategy,…
 
We travel to fourteenth-century Naples to hear about one of the most powerful female rulers of the whole medieval period. Joanna of Naples is one of very few queens regnant in the Middle Ages - her reign was action-packed. Support the show on Patreon Follow us on Facebook and Twitter See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
India is set to fortify rice distributed through the PDS (Public Distribution System) and mid-day meal programmes to alleviate malnutrition. Will fortification achieve its aims? What will be the unintended consequences of this move? Are there better ways to tackle malnutrition? Shambhavi Naik and Sarthak Pradhan try to unpack some aspects of this i…
 
Hey sister-friend, I'm sure you have big goals for your career and personal life. Most military women feel confident in uniform but not so much in their personal lives. Instead they feel overwhelmed, uncertain, and stuck. And It doesn't have to be that way. It shouldn't be that way. What if there was a way for you to build your confidence? Well the…
 
How does digital activism work in China when the Internet is so heavily regulated? Netizens in China get creative when they have something to say online. Recent viral trends like "Lying Flat" and projects like "996ICU" are part of this creative tradition. In this episode, Ruturaj Gowaikar and Arjun Gargeyas join Megha Pardhi to discuss the nature o…
 
Conversations about the impact of Digital Communication Networks on public discourse tend to focus heavily on misinformation and disinformation. While these two terms are used interchangeably, Prateek Waghre and Rohan Seth discuss why some researchers are calling for an expansion of the problem definition to look beyond the frame of mis - and - dis…
 
Warrior Women…Together we rise! This means ALL WOMEN. There are still many societal structures, norms, and even laws that inhibit women’s opportunities, advancement, and economic potential. We see it here in the United States, but it exists across the globe, and it is much worse in many parts of the world The United Nations has called Gender Equity…
 
Hey sister-friend, Are you allowing self-doubt (a negative feeling) to slow you down or better yet, possibly holding you hostage? I know I have! But here's the good news. I believe that when we decide to grow and evolve we are always going to have self-doubt as a companion. It’s part of the process. Many women choose to stay comfortably right where…
 
How did a bean from West Asia become one of India's most popular morning drinks? It's a story of innovation, trade, capitalism, and media. Anirudh Kanisetti speaks to food blogger Sujata Shukla about how coffee took root in South India. Follow Anirudh on Instagram: @anirbuddha, @connectedhistories Follow Sujata on Instagram: @shuklasujata You can l…
 
The recently released Global Hunger Index sparked discussion on the methodology used to arrive at the figures. What exactly is this index? What are the larger challenges India faces in tackling hunger? Apurva Kumar and Suman Joshi try to unpack some aspects of this issue. Follow Apurva on Twitter @apurva__kr Follow Suman on Twitter @sujo2906 Read A…
 
Hey military sister! I don't know about you, but I like to be and feel in control. And if I'm being completely honest, it makes me feel somewhat at ease. But we both know we can’t control situations or other humans. We just tend to think we can, so we try to do it A LOT and most of the time unconsciously. It’s this belief that everything will be ‘ …
 
Now that we have JAM, people want bread. Financial inclusion has been bandied about for decades with limited success but JAM (Jan Dhan, Aadhaar, Mobile) brings new hope. Sridhar Krishna and Aarushi Kataria are working on a project at the Takshashila Institution on policy initiatives to help create 20 million jobs each year in India. In this episode…
 
How does gender neutrality differ from gender tolerance, and what does that mean in a culture of androcentrism, where male is often seen as the default? Simone de Beauvoir, the writer, and philosopher said “humanity is male, and man defines women, not in herself, but as relative to him. She is not regarded as an autonomous being. He is the subject.…
 
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