The second series of my podcast will build on the reflections I had in the first series, but this time I am having conversations with women I admire and respect. I am not speaking to well-known celebrities, but to women like you and me, women who are stepping out of their comfort zones, and sharing of themselves in different ways. Podcast guests are often experts of some sort or other people who are seen as knowledgeable in their fields. This is not what I wanted to do, I wanted to talk to women we can all relate to, who have faced challenges that resonate with us, and from whom we can truly learn because their experiences are close to ours. I wanted to talk to women I consider authentic, who have integrity and are living their truth.
Between episodes of the conversations, I will share what I call poetic interludes. Poetry is a way I have found to express myself in the past year. My poetry expresses my thoughts, feelings, struggles, frustrations, realizations, inspirations, and joys. It is a reflection that self-growth begins from within. It is an expression of how I am working towards reclaiming my power.