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Nov 13, 2017

Hey there, Shareable listeners!

We hope you enjoyed public speaking week and all of the wisdom that our guests brought to your ears!

This week, we're bringing another boss-ass lady your way! It's Jennifer Iannolo, pronounced (Ya-know-low)!

As a featured speaker for the U.S. State Department, Jennifer travels the world igniting women's empowerment and entrepreneurship through talks and workshops, where she encourages young women to examine “How to Have It All."

In 2015, she launched The Concordia Project™ to start a global conversation of inclusive empowerment, as well as programs to guide young women through their key decision-making moments in life. And she recently shared those insights at UN Headquarters during the 61st Commission on the Status of Women.

AND on top of all that. She's the co-creator of Culinary Media Network® — the world’s first all-food podcast channel. She’s been featured on tv, in Bloomberg Businessweek, the New York Times bestseller list, and the documentary Eat. Cook. Love.

In this episode, she teaches us how to ignite empowerment in our employees. We get in to the differences between how men and women approach this topic and where those differences come from in the first place. This conversation is for everyone, offering a fuller picture of what motivates us in the workplace and how we can empower each other to get shit done.

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