Blog + Podcast
Naomi hosts the Dream For Others® podcast, co-hosts the Ditch The Hustle podcast (with her Gentle Business Mastermind collaboration partners Amanda Rootsey and Nicola Newman), writes regular blogs, creates the occasional video and resource, and is often featured on external platforms.
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Today, I wanted to tell you about Amanda Rootsey’s Youth Mentor Training program. If you are interested in learning about working with youth, this training aims to give you the confidence to run your own workshops and programs for teens, while building a business you love.
Are you afraid to put yourself out there more and create the kind of change you want? Are you afraid you’ll fail, make a mistake, get it “wrong”, not be liked, be called out, etc?
In this episode of the Feminist Coach Academy podcast, Cam talks about how you need to be willing to fail to create social change. Failure is all good. It’s how you learn and grow.
In this episode on the Feminist Coach Academy podcast, co-founders Cameron Airen and Naomi Arnold co-host an interview with “Feminist Therapy” author Dr Laura S. Brown.
In this episode on the Feminist Coach Academy co-founder Cameron Airen discusses how to show up during COVID-19 in your feminist business and life.
In this episode, Nai explores the concept of power and from the perspective of the four domains of personal power: somatic power, intrapersonal and intra-psychic power, interpersonal and social/contextual power, spiritual and existential power.
We have a free webinar and accompanying workbook that discusses four main problems we witness feminist entrepreneurs experiencing and provide some options, ideas and tips for working through and overcoming each of these.
In this episode of the Feminist Coach Academy podcast, co-founder Naomi Arnold interviews guest teacher Sharyn Holmes on spirituality and social justice, cultural appropriation in business, and hustle culture.
In this episode Mandy, Nai and Nic share a little bit about the Gentle Business Mastermind and what you can expect if you’re thinking about joining them for 12 months of support in your business. The mastermind is about support for your business, to be accountable and get things done, to have people around you who have similar values and who also want to grow their business in a way that feels good and that challenges that hustle culture as well.
In this episode, we’re excited to introduce you to Terri Connellan from quietwriting.com Terri is a writer and life coach living in Sydney, Australia. Her business Quiet Writing is all about journeying deep into wholehearted stories, working through self and leadership strategies such as writing, personality type, Tarot and reading as a creative influence.
In this episode, Cam explores how you can use your feminist values in your business. There isn’t just one way of being a feminist, having a business or having a feminist business by integrating feminist values into your business. Cam asks you a series of questions to help you begin to explore the concept and get clear on what your feminist values are, and what feels good for you in business.
Support and accountability can look like a lot of different things for different people, different seasons of life and business, and different personalities and tendencies as well. Mandy, Nai and Nic discuss what support and accountability looks like for each of them and how they like to bring it into both business and home life.
Each share how the support they have needed and sought out in business has shifted over the years based on what’s needed, possible and appropriate. Support can be about education and learning, it could be support in implementing the admin side of your business, bookkeeping, team members that you bring on, or investing in courses, coaches and mentors for personal and professional development.
In this episode, Cam interviews Celeste Hirschman, Sex Therapist and Relationship Coach and Co-Founder of The Somatica Institute in San Francisco. Cam and Celeste discuss sex, pleasure, coaching and feminism. Enjoy!