The success of Wonder Woman and the live action Beauty and the Beast has generated a great deal of discussion about women in cinema and woman-centric narrative. A Variety article pointed out, though, that despite record box office, women, “made up only 7 percent of all directors working on the 250 highest-grossing domestic releases in 2016. That represented a decline of two percentage points from the year before.” Without getting too heady or too political, I need to point out that women’s narratological problems start off long before a screenplay gets optioned by the studios and directors are hired. It starts in high school, with the ways we are taught narrative structure.
This broadcast was illuminating. So often, we overthink and it gets us nowhere. Dr. Colleen Mullen and Miriam Goldstein were fascinating guests with real, actionable suggestions for calming that monkey mind down.
There are so many distractions. Sometimes, in our hectic lives, we have competing priorities, which can make focusing even harder. This past week on What Women Want Talk Radio, Judy Goss and I had guests Christine Hassler and Nancy Ganzekaufer, who coached us on how to make our lives more reflective of our deeply held priorities. If you’ve been overwhelmed by your to-do list or suffering from a bad case of analysis paralysis, you’ll find the candor of Christine and Nancy refreshing.
I received a barrage of lewd pics from guys on Snapchat this weekend, and nothing I particularly wanted to see. Seriously, don’t send lewd pics that are not asked for.
Have you ever wanted a peek into the male mind? This week, we got one on What Women Want Talk Radio. Dr. Dennis Neder, Judy Goss and I had a feisty, fun, no-holds-barred conversations about the peskier aspects of being in relationships, including human sex drive and why marriage is not for everyone.
If you are a working mother and need a pick-me-up, check out this week’s episode of What Women Want Talk Radio. Judy Goss and I had guests Meredith Bodgas, editor-in-chief of Working Mother and Linda Albright, founder of Women’s Wealth Revolution, on to discuss working motherhood in the US.
This conversation was lively, honest and layered. The issues around being a working mother in the US are enormous, but Judy and our guests really had an interesting perspectives. Listen all the way through and get access to a FREE webinar to help women achieve their goals and aspirations with Linda Albright.
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Happy Mother’s Day!
Former TODAY Show anchor Jenna Wolfe joined us on What Women Want Talk Radio this past week. Moxie personified, Jenna has had countless adventures both on-air and off. However, her greatest adventure began when she left the very traditional TODAY show to venture out on her own. This bold choice continues to test Jenna and she shared with Judy Goss and me her tips for powering through the fear of failure.
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