Communication Tips from a College Professor || Liz Navarro is an educator and communications professional who loves to coach people who want to share their stories. As a university instructor, she has taught public speaking at Pepperdine University, and she currently teaches the same subject at Southern Methodist University. Liz is also a communications entrepreneur, and in this episode Rachel talks to her about pursuing side hustles, maintaining work-life balance, and favorite things to do in their mutual hometown of Dallas.
How Fashion and Service Collide || Ruthie Seager is the Production Director at Re:new Project, a nonprofit organization devoted to creating a space for refugee women to thrive. She’s passionate about meshing the worlds of fashion and art with community and social justice. Join Rachel today as she and Ruthie discuss nonprofit strategies, refugee communities, and really good coffee.
Love Your Life, Not Theirs: An Interview with Rachel Cruze || Join us today as Rachel Brown interviews Rachel Cruze, a #1 New York Times best-selling author and seasoned communicator. Rachel helps people learn the proper ways to handle money and stay out of debt. She’s authored three best-selling books, including Love Your Life, Not Theirs and Smart Money, Smart Kids, which she co-wrote with her father, Dave Ramsey. Join the Rachels as they discuss how budgeting actually gives us freedom (not limits!) and where to get the best drive-thru coffee in Nashville.
On Hospice Care & Burritos: How Two Different Passions Can Create One Beautiful Life || How can passions for two very different career paths – hospice care and the restaurant industry – combine into one super successful vocation? Kari Fox shares how her interests in two very different fields have come together to create change in her community in Arkansas as well as within herself. Join Rachel as she and Kari discuss the hospice care industry, walking through open doors, and burritos, the inspiration for the restaurant she opened with her husband.
What’s it Like to Work at Anthropologie? || Join Rachel as she interviews Dallas-based KellyAnn Sutton, the District Brand Leader for Anthropologie, the clothing, accessories, and household goods line we all know and love. KellyAnn shares how a car accident shaped the trajectory of her life, what it was like to work in ministry after graduating from college, and what her go-to car karaoke song is.