The Story Behind Her Success
All I ever wanted was to be was a DJ. In my freshman year at Northeastern University, I arrived at the campus radio station and said: “I want to be on the radio.” The program director said: “We don’t put girls on the radio. They don’t sound good.
We always hoped that people would listen to the music, make it their own, take it into their lives and realize that our music is there for them to enjoy forever. -Sharon Hampson, of Sharon, Lois & Bram - If you grew up in the 1980’s and 90’s,
A restaurant is like a farm. It requires attention 24 hours a day. -Chef Jody Adams - When superstar chef Jody Adams was growing up in Providence, Rhode Island, she watched her working mom make dinner with natural ingredients and entertain with grace ...
When something goes wrong between people, that doesn’t have to be the end of the story. There are things you can do to make a repair. You can heal hurt between people. -Molly Howes - For many years, I’ve been swimming in a lap lane with a really kind ...
They walk 10 miles each day to get water, and sometimes, it’s dirty water. -Sara Gotschewski - In this episode, we meet senior architect and Come Unity volunteer Sara Gotschewski, an American woman who was raised in Tokyo.
Whether you are young, or you are 80, 90, or even 100 years old, that moment when you make that connection and you have a partnership with an instrument…is a magic moment. -Deborah Henson-Conant - When she was growing up,
Success for me is a journey. -Amy Schmidt - As women age, we wonder: am I doing what I was meant to do? Am I running on all cylinders? Is this all there is? Amy Schmidt has been asking these kinds of questions of herself and others through her podcast...
My mother’s loss became my loss. The letters I found were like a roadmap through a grief she never meant to leave me. -Jessica Pearce Rotondi - In the mood for a story you just can’t stop listening to? When she was growing up,
Don't be afraid to embarrass yourself or try something new, and fail because the good part of it is: the experience. -Whitney Savignano - This is a story that starts with an early loss and then, moves to finding love,
The strength and the passion I have aligns with my purpose. I want to help individuals, teams and organizations fulfill their potential. That’s my measure of success. -Jennifer McCollum - No one is born a leader.