Nov 15, 2022
When women feel powerful they are confident, strong, yet also compassionate and embodying the divine feminine. Suzanne talks to Sharon Melnick PhD about her work as a woman’s empowerment coach.
How powerful are you? And what would it take to become more powerful? This is the focus of today’s show, as I begin with an essay I wrote about getting through painful transitions—and the power that can be gleaned from such.
Then I speak to a great guest, Sharon Melnick PhD, who had a lot to say about why we don’t stand in our power and how to get back there. It’s a process she calls becoming strong in yourself. (A resonant phrase!) Sharon also talks about her new book, Your Power: React Less, Regain Control, Raise Others.
While chatting, I learned:
It’s a great conversation… I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
My best as ever,
Suzanne’s essay Getting Through a Painful Transition
Sharon’s Book, In Your Power: React Less, Regain Control, Raise Others
Sharon’s quick start workshop on being in your power
Sharon Melnick, PhD is an executive coach for women leaders who shows them how to be heard, stop second guessing, and use their power to create change. Her approaches are informed by 10 years of Psychology research at Harvard Medical School. She's coached/ trained 40,000 professionals at over 50 Fortune 500 companies and numerous start-ups and women-led companies, and presented at conferences worldwide (including at the White House, West Point, and the United Nations). She has a new book about how women can use their power to advance their career, prevent burnout, and end disrespect, its titled In Your Power: React Less, Regain Control, Raise Others, available now for pre-order. She is previously the best-selling author of Success under Stress: Powerful Tools to Stay Calm, Confident, and Productive when the Pressure’s On. She enjoys hosting the Power Shift podcast.