Personal Development

You Don’t Have All the Answers! You Need to Stop, Look and Listen to Find Peace Through God’s Plan for Your Life!

Julie Hale Maschhoff is a former first grade teacher and college professor.  She is the author of “Golden Fruit: Living the Fruit of The Spirit through the Best Times of Your Life” and “But Now I See: Finding God’s Plan for Your Life.”  Her journey is remarkable.  She’s one of my heroes and a true …

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Julie Hale Maschhoff interviewed on The Second Phase Podcast. Julie is featured in the bottom right hand corner of the podcast graphic, wearing a black dress, pearl necklace, classes and smiling at the camera. She shared her journey learning how to stop, look and listen to find peace through God's Plan for Her.

Are You Overwhelmed and Want More Balance in Your Life? The Secret? Identify Your Core Values and Apply Them to Life and Business!

“Your intuition already follows your values system you just might not realize it yet.  By understanding what is driving you, it allows you to remain curious through the process and explore all those silly, little, weird, crazy ideas.”   ~ Deanna Frances First Phase Deanna was in corporate insurance industry for 12 years and then became …

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Deanna Frances is pictured on The Second Phase Podcast Graphic on the bottom right hand corner under the logo wearing a straw hat and a blue and white striped sweater and Robyn Graham is on the left side of the graphic wearing jeans and a black tee shirt that says woman up. During the interview the two spoke about core values and achieving balance by applying them.

Prejudice is Still a Threat! Questions about Racism You’ve Always Wanted to Ask But Were Afraid To, a Panel Discussion

“Prejudice is a burden that confuses the past, threatens the future, and renders the present inaccessible.”  ~Maya Angelou 50th Episode – An Empowering Conversation about Prejudice For my 50th episode I wanted to do something that was enlightening, empowering and inspiring.  I had to get really vulnerable and admit that there is a lot I don’t …

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For the 50th episode of The Second Phase Podcast Robyn held a panel discussion with Erica Devose, Jill Jones and Taira Bell. The graphic has a photo of Erica looking up at the camera and smiling while wearing a tan checked blazer and a big chunky necklace, Jill's photo is in the middle and she is wearing a black dress with a swoop neck and high collar and long dangling earrings and Taira is on the far right wearing a black and white plaid blazer, smiling at the camera. Erica and Taira are African American and Jill is white and married to a black man. The three shared their views on racism and prejudice in the US.

How this Dr. Created a Successful Business and Got Tons of Followers All Around Losing Weight without Dieting!

You don’t need dieting!   It’s not what you eat, it’s why you eat! “Get rid of the scale!  Your scale can’t measure your self-worth!” – Dr. Nina About Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin, Psy.D. Nina Savelle-Rocklin, Psy.D., is a psychoanalyst, author, and radio host specializing in food, weight and body image issues.  Considered a thought leader …

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Nina Sevelle-Rockland interviewed on The Second Phase Podcast. The podcast graphic has a photo of Nina smiling, wearing a burgundy blouse with her arms crossed on the bottom left of the frame under the podcast logo. Robyn is pictured on the right sitting on a white rug wearing jeans and a black sleeveless tee that says Woman Up. Nina shared how dieting doesn't work, that you must recognize why you are eating.

It takes more than creativity and passion to build a business, you need a brand!

About Lori Rosolowsky  Living out her passion for music and art, Lori helps others navigate their journey to the stage, the concert hall, the theater and other venues. Lori Rosolowsky is a Bozeman, Montana-based pianist, singer-songwriter, educator, performer, producer.  She is the CEO and founder of Open Sky Artists, LLC, an arts management and consulting …

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Lori Rosolowsky interviewed on the second phase podcast to discuss creating a business from the art we create. On the podcast graphic is a photo of Lori on the bottom right hand corner under the logo wearing a coral sweater and a straw cowboy hat smiling and looking up at the camera. On the left of the graphic is a photo Robyn sitting on a white rug wearing jeans and a black sleeveless tee that says woman up on the front.

Racism: A Hidden Characteristic You May Unknowingly Have. How Can We as Female Leaders and Entrepreneurs Bridge the Gap and Decrease Racism?

Our goal with this interview was to bridge the gap between the black woman and the privileged white woman and discuss how can we work together to decrease racism and build healthy relationships across communities and between individuals, personally and professionally? Vulnerability June’s Thoughts Acknowledging that I don’t know everything.   There’s much left for me …

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June Rogers, a black woman featured on the top right hand corner of the white square and Tracy Timby, a white woman featured on the bottom left hand corner of the square interviewed on The Second Phase Podcast to talk about Racism and White Privilege.

Where there’s a will, there’s a way to succeed. A journey of overcoming addiction and finding success.

Diana Dubbs has a passion for connecting people to recovery and helping them find themselves. About Diana Dubbs Diana grew up in Mercer County, NJ and currently lives in Allentown, NJ with her husband and 2 boys who are 4 and 3.  She has worked in treatment services for 5 years.  Diana is a graduate …

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Diana dubbs interviewed on the second phase podcast and shared her story of addiction to success. On the podcast graphic diana is wearing a black sweater under a black blazer. Her photo is on the bottom left of the graphic under the logo and there is a photo of Robyn on the right hand side of the frame of the graphic.

Feeling Overwhelmed with Life’s Challenges? Here’s How to Survive 15 Minutes at a Time with Mary Fran Bontempo

Mary Fran Bontempo is an award-winning 2-time TEDx speaker, author, humorist and podcast host who teaches audiences to uncover their brilliance and resilience using the 15-Minute Master.    About Mary Fran Bontempo A sought-after presenter for corporate and association events, Mary Fran is author of The 15 Minute Master and The Woman’s Book of …

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The podcast graphic has a photo of Mary Fran Bontempo in the bottom left hand corner under the podcast logo. Mary Fran is smiling and wearing a mint green sleeveless lace dress. The graphic also has a photo of Robyn sitting on the floor and wearing a black tank top and jeans.

Using Storytelling to Create Deep Connections that Grow Your Business

About Brittany McBean Brittany McBean realizes the deep connection of story telling. She is a copywriter and marketing strategist helping online educators and creatives stand out with crystal clear messaging and a laser-focused strategy. Her focus is writing the words that get you seen by the right people so you can make a maximum impact …

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Brittany McBean interviewed on The Second Phase Podcast and discussed using storytelling to build deep connections for business growth. On the podcast graphic there is a black and white photo of Brittany in the bottom left hand corner under the logo of the podcast and a photo of Robyn sitting on the floor under a window with her coffee mug on the right.

Using Illness to Launch Opportunity – How Lyme Disease Launched Jill Wichner into Creating Content that Connects

   Sometimes, using illness to launch an opportunity makes the illness worthwhile.  No one knows this better than Jill Wichner who suffered from Lyme Disease, lost her job and started over by following her passion. About Jill Wichner Jill Wichner is a copywriter and content marketing strategist whose happy place is showcasing your unique …

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Jill Wichner recently shared her journey with Lyme Disease on The Second Phase Podcast. The Podcast Graphic has a photo of Jill with long brown hair, wearing a black v-neck blouse, sitting on a blue velvet chair and smiling with a photo of Robyn on the right hand side where she is sitting on the floor on a white rug with her coffee mug and wearing a black tee that says woman up!
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