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The Samantha Chalmers Episode

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Hold on because in this episode we’re getting a good fill of heart, soul and some words to keep you chewing on until next week—-long after those Thanksgiving leftovers have vanished.

There have been so many conversations in the news lately, but this is one that I knew I had to have as soon as possible. Some things can’t wait.

So this week, I’m sitting down with the lovely and talented founder of J14 Marketing Strategies, Samantha Chalmers to talk about the realities of birthright citizenship for first generation immigrants like herself, the responsibility of being a representative of Indian people and culture in South Dakota, and how her roots shaped her to build her dreams and business how she sees fit.

Welcome to The Samantha Chalmers Episode.

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The Tribe Episode

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When I started Babe Cave, I wanted to be different than the other communities for women. A place for women to have meaningful conversations about more than just how to kill it at work or how to lose those last fews pounds. I have those conversations with my friends too, but there are so many spaces in-between, and I felt like no one was touching on those places.

Nothing is better or worse—-just different.

So many times, it seems that it’s easier to repost an inspirational quote than to sit in the darkness of deep feelings with our community. And then that begs the question of who our community really is. How do we meet them? What will it take for us to get there?

This week, I’m cracking open the truth about communities for women, how to really engage further than an Instagram post and why you need to still find your people, especially if you've been hurt before.

Welcome to The Tribe Episode.

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The Marla Episode

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Songwriter and artist, Marla makes a memorable appearance on the show as we chat about meeting on a rooftop halfway around the world, the beauty of building a career slowly, and why there's nowhere like Nashville.

As my first in-person interviewee, Marla does not disappoint with her astute wisdom and contagious energy that puts you instantly at ease. We share reality tv audition stories, and how we believe that Southern hospitality is a myth. Marla also gives a behind-the-scenes look at creating her first music video and how the support of the right tribe has helped her the most.

Welcome to The Marla Episode.

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