She Who Overcomes

She Who Overcomes

The weekly show that helps you spark hope and creativity for life & business. Hosted by Mandy B. Anderson – Chief Creative Officer and Leadership Coach at RAYMA Team. Mandy is also a Motivational Speaker thriving in the face of Cystic Fibrosis.... Show More

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September 24, 2020 59 min
“We need to be creative in our thoughts on how we use our talents and bring them into the world.” I first heard Michael Cartwright share this quote on the 1 Million Cups stage back in August. Having both been scheduled to speak at TEDx Bismarck, I was excited to meet him! His ability to connect with an audience and make you feel like you’re the only one in the room is something I greatly admire about him. In this episode, we talk a...
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September 17, 2020 52 min
“Business IS personal. How you run it IS personal.” These are the wise words of my friend, Kim Nagle. We have a vulnerable conversation about her 30 years as a business owner, how she found hope again after hitting rock bottom, and about telling yourself the truth of your business and life. In her book, The DAMN Plan To Find Freedom, Love and Money In Your Business, Kim uses her very approachable storytelling style, no excuses atti...
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September 10, 2020 32 min
Have you ever wanted to write a book? I started writing my first book when I was in 8th grade. It was a murder mystery. I got to chapter seven and then gave up because it was taking too long. That book never saw the light of day. The second book I tried writing was around 2005. I was working as a Property Manager and worked 40 hours a week. The job really only took 25 to 30 hours a week, leaving me with 10 hours to twiddle my thumb...
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Running a business while battling a life-threatening illness can be tricky; but it’s not impossible! This week I join two power-house women to share how we balance being an entrepreneur while also having Cystic Fibrosis. We have a wonderful conversation about what it has been like overcoming this disease while going after our dreams, how we creatively manage our time, and all kinds of creative things about business. You’re sure to ...
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How does a busy Entrepreneur stay creative and hold onto hope when she’s quarantined at home with three kids, a husband, and two dogs? That’s what we talk about this week with my bestie and guest, Raychel Perman. Raychel got creative while her family was quarantined during the COVID-19 outbreak and turned her camper into her office space. We talk about what creativity looks like for her, as well as losing hope in business and the j...
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Cystic Fibrosis Warrior and Advocate, Mandy B. Anderson, shares her experience of being on Trikafta.
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August 13, 2020 24 min
Have you been struggling with the cancellations, the letdowns, the disappointments, and basically the year that is 2020? Yeah, me too. I’m returning to the podcast with a fresh mission and some insight that has helped me rise up and find hope in the midst of all of the uncertainty. Today’s return episode is a raw conversation with me about what I wish would have happened this year when something I was preparing for got cancelled. G...
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May 4, 2020 31 min
How do you keep a positive perspective when you start to lose hope? Today’s episode is a look inside my Monday Night Pep Talk Call from April 6, 2020 where Raychel and I talked about this. We give you tips you can implement TODAY to help you rise up when it feels like hope is lost! Grab your coffee and let’s reignite our HOPE together. Having trouble finding all the episodes you’ve missed? Find all of the She Who Overcomes episodes...
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A few weeks ago I had the wonderful honor of being part of a panel of experts via zoom to answer questions and share our advice on how to grow a business virtually. Today’s episode is the full replay of that panel. Hosted by my friend, Michaela Shell – from episode 42, the panel included myself and two other fabulous business women: Rikka Brandon – a virtual headhunter/recruiter, author, and speaker who’s been seen on CBS, Fast Com...
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It’s natural to want to avoid your feelings and the reality of your situation when things happen that are out of our control. However, leaders don’t stay there. They recognize that they don’t have the luxury of hiding in fear because people are counting on them. Rise UP today, dear one. People need you.⠀ Today’s episode is a look inside the tough love we’ve been known to give to our monthly coaching students in our Leadership Unive...
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“We never truly have control over our lives. The trick is to learn to release control, embrace the chaos from time to time, and treasure the moments of peace in between.” ~Maria Grace Today’s podcast guest is a new friend of mine, and I know she will be an encouragement to you as you listen to her journey of owning a business, adopting a child, and managing it all in times of uncertainty. Grab your coffee and let’s glean some wisdo...
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“Creation has no age because being creative is a mindset.” When my guest, Ashton Hauff, said those words I furiously wrote them down. They hit my soul fiercely. Our conversation is one that is filled creativity and community and I know you’ll be encouraged by her wisdom and her passion! So who exactly is Ashton Hauff? Ashton is a visual brand designer who’s passionate about community and creativity. After starting a photography bus...
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“When your religion creates a toxic mindset in you, it’s okay to question every. damn. inch of it.” These are the words of my dear friend, Jonathan Stark. We had a very candid conversation about toxic leadership and church culture, mental health and anxiety, and what it takes to heal from those experiences. Guys – this is by far my most favorite conversation ever on the SWO podcast! Jonathan Stark is a native to the great state of ...
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Our world has been rocked over the last week as COVID-19 hit the U.S. and became real to all of us. It has been an emotional week full of many uncertainties, bad news, and daily press conferences from our state governor. Yet, I have a peace that I’ve never had before in the face of traumatic events. Social distancing is not new to the Cystic Fibrosis Community. We have had to practice this for decades! It is because of my familiari...
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“The struggles we have don’t define us. We can choose to accept, learn, grow, and share with others. I’ve faced many challenges, but the one thing that I’m constantly overcoming is anxiety and my negative inner voice. I’ve learned to be transparent about it with others.” Kayla Cote van Rensburg is a talented, wise woman. My conversation with her today inspired me to pivot in life and business with grace and grit! You’re sure to be ...
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“RAYMA Team recently rebranded their company from Big Blue Couch Coaching to RAYMA Team Coaching and Consulting, so they could better position themselves in the leadership development and personal growth industry. Their market includes busy professionals, entrepreneurs, and growth minded individuals ages 25-65. They plan to scale their business over the next 18 months by online coaching memberships through – RAYMA Team University –...
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“People bring opportunity. Sitting at home, being behind your computer, social media… none of those being opportunity. People. People hold the opportunity you are looking for. Sometimes you have to jump. There will never be a perfect moment or when everything is ready. Do the thing. Find what grounds you. Life and all the opportunity can leave you overwhelmed and frazzle. Find the things that ground you and plug in.” Those are the ...
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Happy New Year! Welcome to the year 2020, and back to the She Who Overcomes Podcast. Let’s talk about Taylor Swift’s NETFLIX Documentary – Miss Americana – shall we? There are a handful of life lessons that I took notes on as I watched this for the third time (and counting). Listen in to find out why every woman, child, and human being should watch this documentary with a sharp pen and an open heart. Having trouble finding all the ...
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December 23, 2019 29 min
Welcome back to the Book Club Series! This is the last episode of 2019 so let’s dive into two books that have impacted me this year. I’ve picked one fiction book and one financial/mindset book. BOTH impacted me greatly and should be added to your personal library. Listen in to find out the nuggets of wisdom that I gained from each one, along with some additional thoughts and what to expect from the podcast in 2020. Books referred t...
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December 16, 2019 25 min
Hello Overcomers! I am thrilled to spend time with you today. Let’s pretend that we are having coffee in my office for your own, personalized coaching session, shall we? This episode is all about reviewing how your 2019 went and what you want to step into for 2020. You’re going to get a glimpse of some of the content from our 2020 Goal Planning Digital Course during this episode. This is a chance for you to reset what didn’t go wel...
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