Imagine you’re a rookie walking out onto the field to play a game you’ve never played before, against others who’ve been playing their entire lives.

That’s us, women! (According to today’s guest.) So, grab your bat and glove and clipboard for notes, she’s going to share her own play-by-play to help us understand stand the unwritten rules of business.

In this episode of the Think Tank of Three Podcast, Erin Wolf shares the Unwritten Rules of Business.

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Reischea Canidate-Kapasouris:

The entire purpose of life is to throw us curve balls and make us adjust on the fly. For Alicia Holt, those curve balls were more than just minor shifts. They were life altering changes. Alicia shares how she’s walked through loss, corporate America, and motherhood.

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Feeling tired? Lose weight. 

Dealing with depression? Lose weight. 

Struggling in your marriage? Lose weight. 

Joints hurt? Lose weight. 

Crumbling under the weight of systemic sexism? Lose weight. 

It seems like the answer to every question for women is weight loss. 

Our guest today is Claudine Francois and we are talking about how to ditch fad diets and put your health first.

Continue Reading Dispelling the Diet for Women with Claudine Francois – Episode #58

We’ve all heard the phrase, do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life. But we’ve all got to pay the piper at some point and so often, work we love is not aligned with our job.

But what if no matter where you worked, you worked from your strengths? What if you were able to cultivate work into something that not only got you paid but also sat firmly within your sweet spot?

In this new episode of the Think Tank of Three podcast, Allison Tivnon shares insights on cultivating a career, putting your best strengths forward, and taking chances that are well worth the risks.

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You know that desperate expression, “Women should be seen and not heard?”

Jemele Hill has simply been unbothered by it.

In fact, with a podcast of the same name, she has lifted her voice to the masses, following a standard set in her own life. In an all-new podcast, Jemele gives the Think Tank of Three a lesson on standing in your truth.

Continue Reading Bet On Yourself, PERIOD! with Jemele Hill – Episode #53

You know that line, everyone is in sales.

Most people hate it, but everyone is selling themselves. It is important for women to understand how to promote themselves, and how to sell their business.

Today, we’re going to talk about how to develop a plan so that no matter what you can sell yourself in any situation.

Continue Reading Selling Yourself and Your Business with Amy Zander – Episode #50

Why outsource, when you can just learn the trade yourself?  That’s what Roshelle Stovall Lee asked herself and then proceeded to do just that.  She took her God-given skills, molded them, practiced them and turned herself into the one stop shop that absolutely follows the adage “I can do anything”.  But she is quick to point out, this is HER story, you have to develop your own.  It’s episode #49 of Think Tank of Three podcast.

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How do you hold it together when it seems the world is coming apart?

Today, we’re talking pandemic life, entrepreneur life, mom life, and just well life, with a guest who has a lot to say about how to hold space for yourself when you need it.

Welcome to the podcast. I’m Julie Holton here with Audrea Fink and Reischea Canidate-Kapasouris  We are your Think Tank of Three.

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I’m going to admit up front, that this is a bit of a rant. The beautiful thing about having a platform is that you can use it to share what peeves you in the hope that it provides a lesson to others. Or if it doesn’t, maybe it’ll provide some comic relief.

No matter what you do for a living, you are in sales. Everyone is selling. Always.

You’re selling an idea, a product, a persona, a brand, yourself. And it’s incredibly important to, if not understand how to do it well, then at least don’t do it so poorly that you embarrass yourself.

For the people who give sales a bad rap, I would argue that most of them are lazy. Sales is about the relationship and being lazy in relationships will fail you professionally.
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