March 30, 2020
The Amy Ahlers Show is especially for powerful women that are ready to STOP being so hard on themselves, release self-bullying and embrace their Inner Wisdom do they rise and lead.
Where do we go after we die? This question haunted Christina Rasmussen after her beloved husband passed away from cancer at only 35 years old. Christina joins Amy for a quantum conversation about how she connected to her husband in the after-world and how you can do the exact same thing to connect with your loved ones who’ve passed on.
Tune into this extraordinary conversation and discover:
The brain science behind connecting to the afterlife
The holographic model and what it means to you (this is a trip!)
Amy’s tearjerker story about journeying to meet her loved ones on the other side
Christina created a step-by-step process to help us all connect with our loved ones who’ve transitioned. You’ll be blown away by her book that outlines it all called, “WHERE DID YOU GO? A Life-Changing Journey to Connect with Those We’ve Lost”. It’s available right now and you can receive special bonuses at www.WhereDidYouGoBook.com
March 16, 2020
The Amy Ahlers Show is especially for ambitious, soulful, women that are ready to STOP being so hard on themselves, release self-bullying and embrace their Inner Wisdom.
Have you been deeply hurt by other women?
When I look at the hurt, trauma, and biggest challenges of my life they almost all center around the brutal side of female relationships. Since middle school days, I've been burned, stonewalled, betrayed, cheated, ghosted, smeared and so much more by women I deeply cared about and trusted. (Not to mention women who I don't even know that have slung arrows at me!)
Tune in for today’s show and discover:
- Studies that show us how much women tear each other apart
- How to begin to unravel the mystery of sisterhood
- Why it’s worth it to create sisterhood even when you’ve been burned!
March 2, 2020
You’ve seen Dr. Shefali on Oprah (like a gazillion times!) and you hopefully have her bestselling books like The Awakened Family, and The Conscious Parent (if not, run, don’t walk to grab copies of both for yourself and every mom you love!), and now Amy is honored to have the opportunity to interview Dr. Shefali herself. We get real and raw, including sharing some vulnerable personal stories all in service of you becoming the mom you were born to be.
February 17, 2020
The Amy Ahlers Show is especially for ambitious, soulful, women that are ready to STOP being so hard on themselves, release self-bullying and embrace their Inner Wisdom. Have you ever felt betrayed by your own body? How about entangled in a toxic relationship? Join me for today’s episode of the Amy Ahlers show with my special guest, Elizabeth DiAlto. On today’s show:
- Explore self-betrayal and self-trust
- Discover how to get on the same team as your body
- Learn the difference between inner authority and outer authority
Make sure to check out Elizabeth’s FREE self-trust assessment at www.AmyAhlersShow.com/trust! And her wild soul movement morning ritual at http://wildsoulmovement.com/morning-ritual
February 3, 2020
The Amy Ahlers Show is especially for ambitious, soulful women that are ready to STOP being so hard on themselves, release self-bullying and embrace their Inner Wisdom.
Have you ever done powerful dreaming, visioning, and goal setting and felt on fire? Filled with self-confidence, trusting that The Universe has your back, you feel like nothing will stop you.
Until you wake up the next day feeling like you want to hide under the covers and never come out. And suddenly your big ole’ vision feels like a fantasy. Should you turn back? What the heck is going on? You, my darling, are in the midst of an Insecurity Backlash!
On today’s show discover:
- What an insecurity backlash is (and isn’t)
- When it’s a sign to make a u-turn
- How to get out of the insecurity spiral
Let’s get back to the visions and dreams that we deeply desire!
December 27, 2019
#317: This podcast is especially for emerging, rising and established women leaders that are ready to STOP being so hard on themselves so they can make their greatest contribution, rise and lead. Show notes for today’s episode can be found at www.amyahlersshow.com/317
Inside every single one of us, there exists generations of unconscious biases, internalized oppression and Inner Mean Girl BS. On today’s podcast, I invited Leesa Renee Hall to explore the role of the Inner Oppressor and how she relates to your Inner Mean Girl. Leesa Renee Hall is an author, anti-bias facilitator, and social historian. Author of 10 books, including Unpack Biases Now, a workbook designed to help leaders question their implicit biases so they create truly inclusive teams, Leesa was known as a technology pioneer before turning her attention to disrupting the misinformation hardcoded deep in the mind.
- How your Inner Mean Girl is perpetuating White Supremacy culture
- How the quest for perfection is even more brutal for black women
- Why the new wave of feminism is missing the mark
Leesa’s doing incredible work in the world and I couldn’t imagine a better topic to end the year on!
Check out Leesa’s work at http://leesareneehall.com/
Take yourself through Leesa’s powerful writing prompts o white fragility, spiritual bypass or white privilege: www.leesareneehall.com/writingprompts
Leesa’s Inner Mean Girl drawing: https://www.instagram.com/p/B0D1jWPHuNY/
Leesa’s Patreon account: https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=2926920&redirect_uri=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.patreon.com%2Fposts%2Ftruth-about-must-15421369
Mentioned on the show: www.dismantlingracism.org
December 18, 2019
#316: The Amy Ahlers Show is especially for emerging, rising and established women leaders that are ready to STOP being so hard on themselves so they can make their greatest contribution, rise, and lead. Show notes for today’s episode can be found at www.amyahlersshow.com/316
Patriarchy is defined as "a system of society or government in which men hold the power and women are largely excluded from it." When we think about patriarchy, we usually think about the systems that exist in the world. But what about the systems of patriarchy that exist INSIDE us? I brought in a powerful guest, Shannon Thompson, founder and visionary director of Shakti Rising, a non-profit social change organization transforming the lives of women, girls, and the larger community, to take part in this galvanizing conversation.
Listen in and discover:
- How the feminine has been systematically suppressed
- What internalized patriarchy costs men
- The beginning of how to deconstruct this insanity!
Make sure to check out the work Shakti Rising is doing in the world and consider giving a year-end donation to this important organization. www.ShaktiRising.org
December 11, 2019
#315: This podcast is especially for emerging, rising and established women leaders that are ready to STOP being so hard on themselves so they can make their greatest contribution, rise, and lead. Show notes for today’s episode can be found at www.amyahlersshow.com/315
2019 is winding her way to a close. YES! I don’t know about you, but 2019 was a challenging year for me and my family and I’m honestly happy to see her go. But before we officially close out 2019, please take the time to listen to this powerful podcast where I take you through a process so you can end your year with peace and joy.
Listen in and discover:
- A powerful 3-part completion process I’ve been doing for 25 years
- How to ensure you actually integrate the losses, failures, and disappointments from 2019
- The best way to celebrate your wins, success, and triumphs from 2019
If you enjoyed this process, let’s spend 3 days together to create 2020 as a breakthrough year. Check out the Rise and Lead 2020 Visioning Retreat coming up 1/17-1/19 in Sonoma, Ca. This 3-day experience will guarantee you set up 2020 for success and so much joy! www.WakeUpCallCoach.com/2020
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October 30, 2019
#314: The Amy Ahlers Show is especially for emerging, rising and established women leaders that are ready to STOP being so hard on themselves so they can make their greatest contribution, rise and lead. Show notes for today’s episode can be found at www.amyahlersshow.com/314
When looking at the things that get in the way of women rising, the fear of visibility is at the top. As women, we’ve been sold a bill of goods since our birth about how women should look and it leads to far too many women into hiding. Today I invited visibility expert, Siddiqui Ray, to dive into this important topic so more women can shine bright.
Siddiqi Ray is an internationally acclaimed intuitive photographer who captures soulful images that astonish, entertain, and move us. Her vision and talent have earned her opportunities to work with Forbes 100 corporations, Time Magazine, the Associated Press, Mayo Clinic, Target, and Macy's, as well as many global business leaders from Tibet to Australia.
Among the luminaries, she has been hired to photograph include: His Holiness the Dalai Lama, The Kennedy family, Nelson Mandela, and the Navy SEALS in an underwater series.
Siddiqi uses this experience, and her decades of intuitive trained abilities to help her clients overcome their self-limiting fears and inhibitions holding them back from fully expressed photographs that will empower their success in life and business.
Listen to discover:
- The fear of being visible and where it comes from
- The role of narcissism in our culture of endless selfies
- How to find your sacred ground of authenticity
Make sure to check out Siddiqi’s fAmy_Image.jpgree visibility archetype quiz at www.bit.ly/visibilityquiz
October 18, 2019
#313: The Amy Ahlers Show is especially for emerging, rising and established women leaders that are ready to STOP being so hard on themselves so they can make their greatest contribution. Show notes for today’s episode can be found at www.amyahlersshow.com/313
As a white privileged woman, I have a deep desire (and responsibility) to be an ally to people of color, to be a stand for anti-racism and social justice work. I want my daughters to grow up in a world where healing has occurred and I know that reckoning with my whiteness is a huge part of that work. So I invited my friend and colleague, Rebecca Aced-Molina, to have a conversation about whiteness and her anti-racism work that she specifically does with white women. Rebecca is a life-long seeker of meaning, purpose, and justice. Rebecca has invented her own job since 2000 and today she works with women in leadership positions find their voice, connect with their wholeness, and engage with their deepest purpose as they navigate the waters of race, gender, and inequality. Rebecca serves on faculty at Leadership that Works, an accredited coach training program, and facilitates a course on interpersonal dynamics at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Listen in and discover:
- How ingrained white supremacy is in our culture and subconscious
- The two camps of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and how we need to bring them together to create change
- The truth about white guilt and how to begin your inner and outer anti-racism work
Make sure to check out Rebecca’s new leadership program for white anti-racist women, Authentic Solidarity at her website: https://rebecca-acedmolina.com/