The Empowered Woman Mar 06, 2021
Change the way you see
Gail Hamilton is a blind opera singer, motivational speaker, and author and, although she has been totally blind for more than thirty years, she has been assisting others in overcoming their obstacles, challenges, and daily struggles by pointing them towards creativity, and spontaneity. In this podcast, Gail challenges women to have high expectations of themselves and also change their perspective so that all things can be possible for them.
Change the way you see
Gail Hamilton is a blind opera singer, motivational speaker, and author and, although she has been totally blind for more than thirty years, she has been assisting others in overcoming their obstacles, challenges, and daily struggles by pointing them towards creativity, and spontaneity. Choosing not to be hindered by her disability, she competed in pageants, and in 2013, Gail was honored as the first blind woman to win the Ms. Colorado Senior America queen. She also won Fourth Runner Up in the National Ms. Senior America pageant held in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Gail believes that no woman should see herself as less than and every woman should have high expectations of herself. For her, "Vision is internal, not external" and this is why she is guided by her heart, not her eyes. In today's discussion, she encourages every woman to change the way they see so that they can live a better life and soar into greatness.
The Empowered Woman must have goals
Dr. Fola Eniola, an entrepreneur and IT professional, is a Project Management Professional with a doctoral degree in Management. She came to the US as a young adult several years ago through God's providence and, before embarking on the journey to the US, she set specific goals for herself that she hoped to attain and accomplish when she arrived here. Armed with a Bachelor's degree from her home country and a very strong faith in the God who brought her to the US, she was determined to work hard and leave no stone unturned in her quest for success. Dr. Eniola shares how God helped her to accomplish her goals despite the challenges along the way and how all the goals were accomplished within the time frame she set for them to be accomplished.
Empower your other hand
Michelle Mras went through surgery for her rotator cuff and torn biceps on her dominant hand. In spite of the surgery, she had a lot of commitments including training sessions and she had to find a way to fulfill her commitments and also do all the things that she needed to do. With her right hand in a sling, she decided to empower her other hand and that was when she started to do things that she never imagined she could do with her left hand. Michelle states that the other hand is a metaphor for everyone around you who could help you grow and the encouragement is for the empowered woman to find ways to empower that other hand, whoever that person is.
The Empowered Woman must be elegant
Pastor Jackie Omotosho is a woman of elegance and the author of "The Practice and Influence of Elegance" Vol I & II. In this edition of the Empowered Woman, Pastor Jackie says your presentation as an Empowered Woman is a gift to others and she shares the importance of grooming your image to fulfill divine destiny.
The Empowered Woman in a multicultural marriage
Get God's perspective for your life
Dr. Funke Oba an Assistant Professor in Canada, started and completed her Ph.D. in her fifties and, in this episode, she shares how the power of God on the inside of her propelled her forward in her journey as well as in her career. According to her, you must know yourself, know whose you are (i.e. who you belong to), and know His purpose for your life. In the interview, she encourages us to get God's perspective on our lives and know what He has deposited on the inside of us.
Purpose is inherent
Yemi Sholotan is the CEO of Havilah Concepts, an event and public relations company in Houston and, in this episode, she speaks about purpose being inherent and how she stepped into her purpose.
Men are broken too
Discover your purpose
Dr. LaTarsha Holden, National Mother of the year 2020, shares how discovering her purpose changed her story.
God can change your story
Dr. LaTarsha Holden recently became the National Mother of the year 2020 and, in this video, she shares about how she became divorced and homeless with six children and how she picked up the pieces with the help of God.
Find beauty in your brokenness
In this episode, Michelle Mras uses the analogy of broken glass to describe how we can find beauty in our brokenness.