Welcome to The Women’s Social Club, a women supporting women group where we make it easier to connect with new friends and our communities, while supporting our local, women-owned businesses.
"I used to call my business my baby - it was my first baby before my actual babies. And I've really scratched that from the way that I describe my business because I think it's a toxic view. That means I can't leave it."
LIVE from the University Club in Durham NC, wedding industry icon Megan Gillikin joins us to share her journey of building her wedding planning business, selling it, and pivoting to coaching and consulting.
"90% of my work is educational. It's teaching people who may not have ever experienced poverty or adversity about the privilege and honor of what it is to be able to go to Target and spend a hundred dollars on deodorant and pads."
As a social worker, Shirnetta Harrell saw too many situations where a girl would need to get a toothbrush for the night, or hadn't washed her hair in months, or was using tissues for her period be...
"I can pinpoint moments in this process through renovating or how we spent our money or where I felt like I should have done one thing, but an expert in the industry told me I should do it this way. But this is my vision not theirs."
One of my favorite things in having a podcast is going to different locations and recording live in front of a Women’s Social Club audience. And today, we’re live from Heights House, where we g...
"We Had Nothing. It Was Just Mud." The Maxwell's Chelsea Hand on Building a Venue During the Pandemic
"We had nothing there. It was just mud. I would pull up, take the desk out of my trunk. I had this cute little lookbook that had, you know, all the finishes and stuff we've picked out. We had some renderings. I have hard hats with our logo on them. And so we'd walk around, and I would kind of, like, stand and be like, so this is where a wall is going to be. And then I'd shimmy over and go, and then this is is where the doo...
"I would leave sessions and weddings and events and headshot sessions, and every single person, both men and women that I photographed all had the same narrative. You're gonna Photoshop me, you're gonna change my body, you're gonna make me look younger, thinner, fatter, more curvy. Every single person was dealing with some sort of dysmorphia or some sort of body image issue that they wanted changed. And I was like, why are...
"I tell people with imposter syndrome, the truth is, it never goes away. But you learn how to deal with it almost like trauma. You learn how to deal with it and like meet the trauma or the imposter syndrome at the door."
Kiara Ruth is an Arkansas-born criminal justice major turned DEA agent hopeful, who experienced a whirlwind romance and moved to Raleigh, NC. She quickly found herself a wife and mother - but felt like she ...
Hey everyone, Hannah here! At a Women's Social Club event not too long ago, after the presentation, I had a chance to sit down with Tiffany Welton, and she told me about her idea for a champagne bar. I absolutely LOVED this idea (we don’t have a concept like that in the Raleigh area). But what really got my attention was the name of the bar - RBF. And if you think you know what it means, you're absolutely right! :)
Sara Abernethy is the co-owner of both Wye Hill Kitchen and Brewing in Downtown Raleigh and the stunning new Glasshouse Kitchen in Research Triangle Park. Sara is the first person I thought of when starting this podcast because Wye Hill was such a special part of the Women’s Social Club’s founding story. Today she shares how she came to Raleigh, buying a restaurant / bar, and somehow surviving through the pandemic.
We all want more of it, it's something we can aggressively avoid, and it's always on our minds. Of course we're talking about everyone's favorite topic - money.
Today's guest is Chrissy Denoyer, whose parents literally never had a bank account, and is now a CPA and the founder of A.B.O.V.E. the Books - Accounting and Back Office Value for Entrepreneurs.
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On today's show, it’s time to visualize the new you, with life coach Sarah Harper Huntington.
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Today we give you inside access to how The Women’s Social Club began (definitely not how I intended it to), how it’s grown, where we’re at now, and the plans for connecting women throughout the country.
But instead of listening to me the whole time, I brought in an absolute pro to take the host seat for the first episode - Kathy Hanrahan, the lifestyle editor at WRAL and the host of the WRAL Out and About Podcast.
Welcome to The Women’s Social Club, a women supporting women community where we make it easier to connect with new friends and our communities, while supporting our local, women-owned businesses.
Hosted by WSC CEO Hannah Weisberg, The Women's Social Club Podcast is produced by Earfluence.
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