Empowering Steps | FULL SHOW | #149
It’s time to empower ourselves! We sit down with women’s rights advocate Crystal Morissette, who shares the turbulent past that led her to creating a coaching program, The S.W.A.T. Institution, for female empowerment and healing. There is hope ladies! Also on the show, Audrey Kingo, Senior Digital Editor for Working Mother, illuminates the world of modern child birth in the America. Glossing over an interview with Lisa Lang, we discuss many things from C-Section risks to freezing your eggs. We want to release the stigmatism so women have the knowledge they need! Last but not least we chat with award winning author of ‘Captain Perseverance: How I Became a Super Hero’, Brod Bagert. He has come up with a simple, empowering way to teach your children about not giving up! | Download Full Episode #149
Segment 1: The Depth’s from Which We Rise | Download Segment 1
“It gets into your blood and makes you feel tarnished, and on some level, it just eats away at your soul.” Author and women’s rights advocate, Crystal Morissette (@crystalandrus), shares her poignant and turbulent journey beginning with a history of sexual abuse, homelessness, and a traumatic head injury. Today, Crystal operates an international, certified coaching program for female empowerment and healing. The S.W.A.T. Institute (@swat_institute) is now available in over 30 countries and has been featured on notable media outlets including Oprah.com, New York Post, and The Daily Mail. Through her mentoring program, Crystal expresses a powerful message: There is hope. There is a process. It’s time to step into your greatness and power. Listen now.
Segment 2: Answer Your Calling | Download Segment 2
According to the Dalai Lama, the Western Woman will save the world. We are being called, not as mothers and daughters, but as empowered women. Crystal Morissette (@crystalandrus) discusses the importance of healing the wounds of your inner child to embolden your true self. Crystal explains, understanding your “emotional age”, is the first step on the road to empowerment.
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Segment 3: The Intelligent Fight | Download Segment 3
We must invest in the healing of women! Crystal Morissette (@crystalandrus), author and Co-Founder of The S.W.A.T. Institute (@swat_institute), fills us in on epigenetic healing: the process of studying genetics to heal emotional trauma stored in our DNA from past generations. Join us for the tools to rise up and tap into your power today.
Let’s shine a light on giving birth in America. Audrey Kingo (@AudreyNGoodson), Senior Digital Editor for Working Mother, interviews Lisa Ling on C-Section risks and freezing your eggs. It’s time to release the stigma surrounding child birth, stop judging women for their decisions, and gain insights on healthy pregnancy and child birth.
Segment 5: Stick With It | Download Segment 5
“Don’t Give Up!” Cliché terms, although supportive, are difficult to communicate to children feeling discouraged. Brod Bagert (@brodbagert), Author of “Captain Perseverance: How I Became A Superhero“, says this tool will allow you to relate to your child’s mindset. Learn how Brod’s book can help transform your child into their own personal superhero!
Segment 6: Give Them The Tools | Download Segment 6
“Sit down and write your worst.” This advice from Brod Bagert (@brodbagert), Author of “Captain Perseverance: How I Became A Superhero“, on discussing how to teach children perseverance through poetry. The award winning author explains how poetry can convey an important message to our children: You don’t have to be excellent at everything, but with determination, you’ll get better. Concentrating on effort opposed to outcome allows creativity to flourish. Learn how the power of direct and simple poetry can help boost your child’s confidence.
CreditsHost: Bettina Bush
Producer: Jason Masters
Production Asst: Joanne Bolden
Copy Editor: Jessica Baumgardner
Crystal Andrus Morissette
Audrey Goodson Kingo