FEMINIST COACH ACADEMY PODCAST
In this episode, Cam and Nai discuss collaboration, how it works for them and their thoughts and experiences on what makes a collaboration work (or not!).
In this episode, Cam and Nai discuss boundaries, which is such an important topic in life and in business. They share what boundaries mean to them and what boundaries are not.
In this episode, Cam interviews Mayra Cardozo, one of the current students in the Feminist Coach Academy Certification training. Mayra is a Human Rights Lawyer, Professor of Human Rights and a Feminist Coach from Brazil.
In this episode, Cam is answering more questions about the Feminist Coach Academy Certification Training that is open for enrolment now. This is another follow on from the previous Q&A episodes so you may also like to return to those for answers to more questions too.
Cam interviews Feminist Coach Academy member, from the September 2020 intake, Cassandra Le. Cassandra is a Vietnamese American living in Spain and running Copywriting, Brand and Visibility Strategy business Quirky Pineapple Studio. Cassandra shares how they got into the work they’re doing now, and the story behind the name of Quirky Pineapple Studio.
In this episode Cam and Nai are digging into an important topic, talking about mindset, socialisation and systemic oppression.
In this episode Cam interviews Maggie Patterson, a mentor to service-based business owners and content marketing agency owner with 15+ years experience in business. Maggie is also a current student of the Feminist Coach Academy Certification Training.
In this episode Feminist Coach Academy co-founders, Cam and Nai share our feminist reading recommendations.
In this episode Cam interviews Jolinda Johnson, a Wellness Mentor and Priestess who is a current student of the Feminist Coach Academy Certification Training. Jolinda helps her clients break up with burnout and return to the wild, whole, healthy and free.
In this brief update, FCA co-founders Cam + Nai let you know what to expect from the remainder of this season, our next season coming up in 2021, our March 2021 intake, and our NEW MERCH STORE. They also send you their wishes for the end of 2020 and beginning of 2021.
Nai and Cam have a conversation about the things that they as FCA co-founders have been learning and implementing, as they learn alongside members in the current intake of the Feminist Coach Theory Certification Training.
Cam interviews Lena West, a Business Coach and Strategist and also one of the Advisory Board for the FCA. Lena is also the Founder and CEO of CEO Rising, an online business accelerator and digital media platform for women identified entrepreneurs. It connects entrepreneurs with the three things they need to grow a sustainable, scaleable and ethical business: coaching, community and cash.
Lena shares what Feminism means to her and what drew Lena to the Feminist Coach Academy. Cam and Lena discuss why the big brands really should be investing in the FCA training and what Lena teaches about breaking free of Bro Culture in business. Even though we’ve gotten used to these oppressive strategies and tactics in business, we can unlearn them and we can let the brands know when their techniques and tactics are not ok.
Lena explains why the sense of urgency is so problematic and Cam shares an example of how together with Nai they are working on unlearning this in the FCA.
Plus they discuss learning ethical marketing practices, why Lena restructured her entire business model, the power of modelling what we want to see mirrored in the world and the relationship between boundaries and generosity.
Lena also shares a bit about CEO Rising and her experiences being both a student and on the advisory board for FCA. Find out more at https://www.ceorising.co