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Raise Your Volume Academy with Tiphany Kane, M.Ed.

This is THE award-winning podcast for women who are sick and tired of being quiet about the things that matter. This is the podcast for you, the woman who is ready to claim your power, claim your voice, and make the changes you wish to see in the world. _____The host, Tiphany Kane,  found herself in need of inspiring women who would help her find the power in her voice. To help this need, Tiphany searches out the disruptors and change-makers who rarely follow the "shoulds" of society. Instead, they are radical and audacious in their pursuit of justice, integrity, and the causes they believe in. These women are making important changes in the world that can inspire you to buck the system and stand for what you believe in. They raise their volume and speak out about the topics they care passionately about!_____The women who are guests on this podcast are not afraid of being too loud, too bold, or too passionate. These women raise the volume on their voices, and are not quieted by people's rules, expectations, & "shoulds". This podcast was formerly the Radical Audacity podcast and is a multiple award-winning show hosted by Tiphany Kane,  the CEO of KaSa Media Productions, Executive Director of the Sonic Bloom Awards, and an award-winning podcast producer and host._________The host, Tiphany Kane, M. Ed, lives her own radically audacious life out loud.  She left a religious cult at 19 years old and moved 3,000 miles across the country to start her life over from scratch. 20 years later, she left a toxic marriage with two young children. Most recently, Tiphany left a 20-year career in public education to start her own media production business. Tiphany has been featured in Authority Magazine, Women Who Podcast Magazine, CanvasRebel Magazine, and Shout Out LA Magazine. She also speaks across the country on various stages where she encourages women to speak up and speak out! This podcast will introduce you to people making a difference and living out loud so that you can get the inspiration you need to live your own life at full volume! Let's Break the rules, break free of the cage, and live a radical life! Remember to raise the volume of your voice...someone is listening! 

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Death, Terminal Cancer, and Money: What Does it Mean to Raise Your Volume?
Big life upheavals are happening both personally and in the world at large. In the midst of the upheavals: the murder of my sister-in-law by her xhusband, the terminal cancer diagnosis of a dear friend, and expanding my business which requires looking for financing.... I'm in a place of upheaval and questioning.This episode is dedicated to my beautiful friend Rebecca Johnson- the host of the Podcast Love Is Not Dead, Just My Husband. Rebecca recently was diagnosed with terminal liver cancer and I'm definitely feeling the pain of that diagnosis.I want to celebrate Rebecca by encouraging you all to:1) Listen to her Podcast: Love is Not Dead, Just my Husband2) Follow Rebecca on Instagram: loveisnotdead_justmyhusband3) Listen to Rebecca's episode on this podcast where she helps us all walk through complicated griefSupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
11:33 11/30/23
Honoring the Realities of Grief- An Intimate Discussion with Rebecca Johnson
Grief can be complicated! Especially when the person that passed away died in a complicated way- such as murder, suicide, or an overdose. In this episode of the Raise Your Volume Podcast, host Tiphany Kane delves into the topic of grief with special guest Rebecca Johnson. The conversation is deeply personal and focuses on how we can navigate the complex emotions and conversations surrounding grief. Rebecca, a workplace grief response consultant and host of the podcast "Love is Not Dead, Just My Husband," brings her expertise and unique perspective to the discussion. Listeners will gain valuable insights into understanding and supporting loved ones who are experiencing grief, as well as finding ways to navigate their own grieving process. Tiphany and Rebecca share personal stories of loss and offer practical advice on talking about grief, creating spaces for open conversation, and embracing the complexity of emotions that come with grief.Throughout the episode, Tiphany and Rebecca emphasize the importance of acknowledging both the joyful and challenging aspects of grief. They highlight the need to support loved ones through their losses, offering compassion and understanding. While discussing their own experiences with grief, Tiphany and Rebecca create a space where listeners can feel seen and heard. The conversation is raw, vulnerable, and filled with empathy. Through their stories and insights, they remind us that grief is a universal experience, and by talking openly about it, we can find solace and healing in connecting with others who are going through similar journeys. Connect with Rebecca:Love is Not Dead, Just My Husband PodcastInstagram: Loveisnotdead_justmyhusbandOther episodes you will enjoy:Shattering the Silence- Uncovering the Realities of Domestic ViolenceToxic Relationships- Why Do We Get Into Them?Deadly Domestic Violence and Its Impact on My FamilySupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
59:28 10/31/23
Shattering the Silence- Uncovering the Hidden Realities of Domestic Violence with Orna Walters
Domestic violence is a topic that carries a great amount of shame and misunderstanding. In this thought-provoking episode of Raise Your Volume Podcast, Tiphany Kane and guest Orna Walters delve into the dark realities of domestic violence. Tiphany reflects on her personal experience of losing her sister-in-law to domestic violence, making this topic deeply personal and important to her. We shatter the shame and help you to understand exactly what domestic violence is and how women get into DV situations. Our guest Orna Walters shares her personal connection to the issue after being a victim of domestic violence herself. Throughout the episode, we explore the patterns and cycles that can lead to toxic and abusive relationships, offering practical advice on speaking up, seeking help, and breaking free from these harmful patterns. As Tiphany and Orna explore the dynamics of abusive relationships, they discuss the impact of emotional and physical abuse on one's physical and mental well-being. They delve into the patterns that lead individuals into these harmful relationships and offer guidance on how to break the cycle.  Don't miss out on this crucial conversation that sheds light on the devastating impact of domestic violence and offers hope for a way out.If you, or someone you care about is currently a victim of domestic violence, please contact the National Domestic Abuse Hotline at thehotline.orgConnect with Orna Walters: loveonpurpose.comSupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
60:56 10/24/23
Toxic Relationships- Why do we get into them?
Toxic Relationships...it is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and one of the precursors to violence is toxic behavior in a relationship. This episode explores toxic behaviors such as love-bombing & gas-lighting. We also talk about how our patriarchial society combined with popular culture trains us to see true love as painful and angsty. Let's raise our volume against relationships that hurt us and raise our volume for voicing our boundaries and enforcing them.Other episodes you may enjoy:(Trigger Warning) Deadly Domestic Violence and Its Impact on My FamilyViolence Against Women and the Forgotten MinorityFear is a Powerful Silencing ToolIf you are in a toxic or abusive relationship, please get help! thehotline.org is the site for the National Domestic Violence Hotline.Support the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
19:09 10/20/23
Violence against Women and the Forgotten Minority Revisiting the Conversation
This episode revisits the conversation I had with my friend, Maida Garcia about violence against women and the way minority women often get left out of the conversation. The original conversation was recorded 2 years ago- after the disappearance of Gabby Petito- a young white woman.I brought this conversation out again because it is very timely for a tragedy my family experienced a few weeks ago when my sister-in-law was murdered in an act of Domestic Violence.If you, or anyone you love is a victim of Domestic Violence please have them go to the National Domestic Violence Hotline : https://www.thehotline.org/ or call: 800-799-SAFE (7233) or text START to 88788Support the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
61:37 10/11/23
(Trigger Warning) Deadly Domestic Violence and It's Terrible Impact on My Family
It's been a minute since I've released an episode. (Trigger Warning)This is because my sister-in-law, a mother of 7, was murdered by her ex-husband about a month ago. So, as you can imagine- my family has been going through it.Today's episode is me explaining why I have not been able to record and tells you what happened to my sister-in-law. This episode begins a series of episodes discussing domestic violence (dv) and what we can do about it as we Raise Our Volume against injustice.If you or someone you love is a victim of domestic violence please visit the Domestic Violence Hotline at https://www.thehotline.org/ or call: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)Support the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
15:46 10/9/23
Unveiling the Hidden Struggles of Being the Only One in the Room with Guest Laura Cathcart Robbins
 Join Tiphany and Laura as they dive deep into the raw emotions of shame and secrecy, and the hidden struggles that many of us battle. Laura's honesty and courage shine through as she shares her experiences of hiding and the profound impact it had on her life. From her childhood to her adult years, Laura navigates the complexities of race, privilege, and the constant feeling of being the only one in the room. Discover how Laura's journey towards self-acceptance and vulnerability has transformed her life, and how she is using her own story to empower others to embrace their true selves.Get ready to raise your curiosity and be inspired to uncover the hidden parts of yourself, as Laura encourages us all to embrace our authenticity and find strength in sharing our stories. Don't miss this empowering conversation that will leave you uplifted and motivated to make your voice heard.Connect with Laura:Only One in the Room PodcastBuy Laura's Book: Stash My Life In HidingFollow Laura on Instagram: @lauracathcartrobbinsWatch Laura's TEDx TalkOther episodes you will enjoy:Where Intersections Collide- Being Queer, Black, & a Person of FaithExploring Identity, Power, Privilege, & the Power of VoiceThe Battle for Ordinary EqualitySupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
63:35 8/14/23
Fear is a Powerful Silencing Tool- Lessons From Germany Part 1
My trip to Germany taught me many things about the power of our voices. #1 Fear is a powerful silencing tool. Fear tactics that keep us quiet about the issues that really matter allow tyrants and people with bad intentions take power.#2 Your voice is so powerful, THEY will do anything to silence you.Support the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
19:08 8/7/23
Barbie's Pregnant Friend Midge Shows How Mother's are Silenced
Barbie Movie Spoiler Alert...I will be talking about the Barbie movie today! If you have not seen it yet- go see it! Today we are discussing a part of the Barbie movie that not many people are talking about...Barbie's friend Midge...the pregnant Midge.Midge has come and gone in the Barbie franchise many times since she was introduced in the mid-60's. But it was the pregnant version of Midge that was so controversial. Pregnant Midge was introduced in 2002 as part of the "Happy Family" series with Alan and their son Ryan...and Midge almost immediately created such an uproar that the doll was discontinued that same year.Why the uproar? The overwhelming argument was that a pregnant Midge would encourage & glorify pregnancy....what????? Society is perfectly ok with children playing with baby dolls and pretending to be parents...but not ok with playing with an actual mother. The irony!Support the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
15:12 7/31/23
Where Intersections Collide- Being Black, Queer, and a Person of Faith in Media
"Where intersections collide is where culture happens."- Anna DeShawn discusses the challenges of being Black, Queer, and a Person of Faith in Media. The conversation covers a wide range of topics, including the pressure to conform to different spaces, the importance of amplifying unheard voices, and the power of storytelling.Anna talks about their experience working on the award-winning podcast series "HIV in the South," which aims to inform people about what's happening in the south and how to support efforts to get to zero new infections. Anna also discusses the lack of funding and intentionality in addressing HIV in black and brown communities and the importance of showing the humanity in people affected by the epidemic.The episode also touches on the importance of embracing intersections and creating safe spaces for people to be their whole selves. Join us for a candid and uplifting conversation about amplifying unheard voices, creating change, and living at the intersections of different identities and experiences. Listen in and join the conversation.Connect with Anna:Listen to the Podcast series: HIV in the SouthTikTok: @annadeshawnInstagram: theannadeshawnTwitter: @AnnaDeShawnFacebook: Anna DeShawnOther Episodes you will enjoy listening to:Exploring Power, Identity, and the Power of Your VoiceThe Battle for Ordinary EqualityRadical Permission to SpeakSupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
54:46 6/26/23
Exploring Identity, Privilege, and the Power of Voice: A Candid Conversation
Have you ever stopped to think about the privileges that come with your identity and the power of your voice? We recently sat down for an unfiltered conversation discussing our own experiences with identity and privilege. From my perspective as a white woman to my partner David's as a mixed-race man, we share personal stories and reflect on the advantages and challenges we face in different situations due to our unique backgrounds and appearances.We also explore how our voices can shape our identities and our sense of security in the world. Join us as we navigate the complexities of cultural identity, stereotypes, and the psychological impact of letting go of relationships and embracing change. Discover the power of raising your volume and taking control of your narrative with our thought-provoking conversation.But that's not all! We're excited to announce the launch of the Raise Your Volume Academy Podcast! With this rebranding, we're even more committed to empowering others to speak up and find their authentic voices. Be sure to tune in as we continue to delve into the power of voice, identity, and the stories that shape us all. Don't miss this eye-opening episode that will surely have you reflecting on your own experiences and the power of your voice.Other episodes you will enjoy:David's first episode on this podcastImagine the Power of Your VoiceTo Be Political or Not to be PoliticalSupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
40:44 5/27/23
What Advice Would You Go Back to Give Yourself 20 Years Ago?
"What advice would you go back to give yourself 20 years ago?"I was asked this question by an audience member of a live interview show I did today and I thought it was absolutely fascinating! It inspired me to come in and record my thoughts to share with you.I want to hear your thoughts...what advice would you give to yourself?Click on this link to leave me a voice message or head over to Instagram and leave me a DM.Other Episodes you will enjoy:Radically Disrupting Scientific StereotypesImagine the Power of Your VoiceSaying Something True instead of Something PrettySupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
19:27 5/19/23
Radically Disrupting Scientific Stereotypes with guest Leah Elson
Close your eyes and get a picture in your head of a scientist...what does the scientist look like? did you picture an older white man that looks a bit like Bill Nye The Science Guy...or did you picture someone that looks like Neil deGrasse Tyson? Did you picture a man OR did you picture a woman?My guest this week is working hard to disrupt the stereotype of a scientist being a man...and she is smashing pseudo-science misinformation...all while having the perfect cat-eye and deadlifting the equivalent of a small car!Leah Elson is a clinical development scientist, non-fiction author, and passionate public science communicator. Her 14-year career in medical research has included the fields of orthopedics, novel biotechnology, oncology, and neuroscience. She is the creator and host of the popular web series “60 Seconds of Science,” as well as the creator and host of “The String Theory Podcast.”  Leah found these electronic platforms to be much safer alternatives for public science outreach, following the accidental combustion of her favorite shower curtain, while demonstrating the principles of a dual-phase rocket engine, live on camera. Leah's highly-anticipated debut book is due for release on June 27, 2023, championed by Blackstone Publishing. There Are (No) Stupid Questions… In Science is a hilarious and poignant, non-fiction piece, which answers the internet’s most curious scientific questions.Pre-order a copy of There Are (No) Stupid Questions… In Science today!Connect with Leah:Instagram: @gnarlybynatureWebsite: www.leahelson.comOther episodes you will enjoy:The Battle for Ordinary EqualityShattering the Single Woman "Shoulds"Permission to SpeakSupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
62:33 5/16/23
Imagine the Power of Your Voice
As women, we are asked to be like Arielle- the Little Mermaid. We are asked to give up our voice and our power in order to walk in a world that was not created for us. We have the power to change this dynamic! Join me for a powerful visualization exercise where we will tap into your power & your voice.Other Episodes you will enjoy:Radical Permission to Speak with Samara BayCelebrating Disruptors & ChangemakersTo Be Political or Not To Be Political- That Is The QuestionVisualization music by: SergePavkinMusic Support the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
24:07 5/5/23
To be Political or Not to be Political- That is The Question
How do you feel about politics? How do you feel about advocating for your political views? This is a tough, vulnerable topic for me! I was raised in a "high-control religion" (aka: a cult) and was taught from infancy that I was "separate from the world" and was not allowed to have any political opinions or affiliations. I was not even allowed to say the Pledge of Allegiance. I was 20 before I said the Pledge for the first time!!!Now I am in a place and time where I can be more politically active...and it is both exciting and scary for me. What about you? How do you feel about being politically active? How do you participate in politics?Other episodes you will enjoy:The Battle for Ordinary Equality with Kate KellyRadical Permission to Speak with Samara BayCelebrating Disruptors & Changemakers- Season 4 TrailerSupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
14:58 4/18/23
The Battle for Ordinary Equality- a conversation about the ERA with Kate Kelly
Kate Kelly, Esq. is a zealous advocate and passionate activist. She has a JD from American University Washington College of Law, the only law school in the world founded by, and for, women.  She is a vocal women’s rights champion in the U.S., and around the world.Kate believes the simple and popular adage that women’s rights are human rights, and is committed to legal advocacy & education for women & other marginalized groups. She is a nationally-known advocate for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, and Host of the Gold Anthem Award-winning podcast Ordinary Equality. She has a book also called “Ordinary Equality” about the history of the women who have shaped the U.S. Constitution. In 2013 Kate founded a group called Ordain Women to advocate for gender equality in the Mormon Church. She was convicted of apostasy by 3 male Mormon leaders & excommunicated from the church in June 2014 for speaking out against the institutional oppression of women. But, Kate’s work for women’s equality continues unabated. You can find Kate Kelly:On her website: www.katekellyesq.comPurchase her book: Ordinary EqualityFollow on IG: kate_kelly_esqSupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
60:02 3/14/23
Celebrating Disruptors & Change Makers- Season 4 Trailer
It is time to amplify the voices of people that have the audacity to make a difference on a larger scale! We are kicking off an exciting season of talking to people that devote their time, energy, & resources into making a difference for others. These are people that see a societal problem and work to fix it! These are the disruptors and change makers!Support the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
07:20 3/13/23
The Audacity of Living in Alignment with guest Jo Ingram
Some pivots in life are moments we choose and some are chosen for us. Jo Ingram was a successful woman in business when the pandemic ended her hard-won career. Jo took a moment to be introspective and realized that she was not living her life in true authenticity and alignment with what she truly cared about.If you have any challenges finding work that is in alignment for you- son't worry! Jo gives us her framework (EPICS) to help us each find our life's work.Connect with Joanna Ingram:Instagram: iamjo.ingramListen to Jo's podcast: Goals with SoulSupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
65:02 3/6/23
Shattering the Single Woman "Shoulds" by Joining the Peace Corp with guest Christine Herbert
Chrisitne Herbert was a "good girl", "nice girl",  "responsible", "dependable", until the day in her single-woman 30's when she decided to join the Peace Corp and go to a tiny village in the African country of Zambia for 2 years.Her story is heartwarming, funny,  and an amazing tale of discovering the incredible strength inside herself. It was Christine's audacity to buck the norm and step out of her comfort zone that allowed her to have this life-altering experience.Get a copy of Christine's book: The Color of the ElephantOther episodes you will enjoy:Radical Permission to Speak with guest Samara BayAuthentic Living Lessons from a Technicolor TunnelDebate or Dehumanization: How do we talk about the people we do not agree with?Support the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
62:41 2/20/23
Say Something True Instead of Something Pretty: Permission to Speak
A few weeks ago you heard my interview with the incredible author, Samara Bay. At that time, her book, Permission to Speak was just about to be released- so I had not actually read it yet.Her book was released this week and I am finally getting to read it! It is such a GOOD BOOK!! This is a book that is going to be talked about and will change the world in significant ways!I share with you a few of my favorite passages and talk about how this "Permission to Speak" as women can change the way we show up in the world.Get Samara's Book Here: Bookshop.orgListen to Samara's InterviewOther Episodes you will enjoy:22 hours...A Lesson in Self Care, Smashing the Patriarchy, and ActivismImposter Syndrome: What it Really MeansAudacious Act of Being a DisruptorSupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
16:08 2/18/23
Body Image Lessons from the Grandmother at the Spa (Bonus Episode)
This is a Bonus episode from my *NEW* podcast: Diet, Riot, Sweat, RepeatCome on over and listen: Diet, Riot, Sweat, RepeatI see beauty in so many different bodies- why can't I see beauty in mine?This episode reflect on the time I encountered a beautiful, full-figured grandmother at the spa. I saw so much beauty in her wrinkles, rolls, and curves. I saw beauty and a life-time of love in her worn hands and ample, grandmotherly bosom. And yet, i could not see that beauty in my own body.Why do we judge ourselves so harshly?I want to hear your body image story!! What is your story? Click this link to leave me a voice message with your story. I just may share it on the podcast!Podcast cover art created by: Zepplin DGPodcast theme music created by: Grace MesaPodcast Produced by: KaSa Media ProductionsSupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
15:15 2/9/23
Radical Permission to Speak with guest Samara Bay
Have you ever listened to a recording of your voice and said, "I don't like the way I sound." Or have you ever had someone else tell you that you are too loud, too shrill, too soft spoken, too "valley girl"........... Samara Bay wants to help you create an audacious relationship to our own voice and how we go after joy when talking out loud in the moments that matter.Samara wants every person listening to this interview to have a real sense of permission and solidarity -- that liking your voice is a group activity. Samara Bay is an author and speech coach whose clients range from candidates for U.S. Congress to C-suite executives, international diplomats, high school girls, and Hollywood celebrities. Her debut Penguin Random House book, PERMISSION TO SPEAK, is a revolution in how to think about your voice and everyone else’s – available for preorder now at www.samarabay.com and available in bookstores February 7, 2023. PERMISSION TO SPEAK: how to change what power sounds like, starting with you. It's a revolution in how to think about your voice and everyone else's. Official info here: Permission to SpeakWIN!!! Would you like to win a copy of Samara's book, Permission to Speak? the first 3 people to take a screen shot of this episode on their listening app and post it on your social media with a tag for Tiphany Kane & Samara Bay will win a copy of Samara's Book!!Contact Samara:Instagram: @samarabaylinkedin: @samarabaySupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
72:13 1/30/23
Alcohol Free Audacity- When Life Without Alcohol is Juicy AF! with Guest Kay Allison
We live in an alcohol positive culture. Alcohol is the only "drug" that people will question you about when you say, "No thank you, I'm not drinking tonight." This week's guest, Kay Allison, is here to bust through alcohol culture and help people to live a healthy, vibrant, alcohol free life. She calls it "Juicy AF" (Juicy Alcohol Free).In 1999, Kay Allison was a Senior Vice President at a global ad agency and a single mom as her drinking escalated to the point that she went alcohol free.Since then, Kay increased her income 6x, met and married a man she’s still crazy about 21 years later, helped Fortune 200 companies generate $2 billion in new revenue, adopted a child, written two books, invented 4 successful businesses, travelled around the world and moved to her dream town.Most important, she is happy with herself.She’s an executive coach, a healer and a clairvoyant.She lives in a pine forest and meditates by a waterfall every morning.She truly lives a Juicy AF life.Connect with Kay:Instagram: @juicy_af_lifeWebsite: juicyaf.lifeSupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
67:29 1/14/23
Lost in the Fog of the Messy Middle
Have you ever felt lost in the fog- you can't see even 5 feet in front of you and you feel a lone in the world and unsure of your path? This is exactly what I experienced in real life on an outing for my 49th birthday. We were in Charleston, South Carolina on a ferry boat out to tour Fort Sumpter. The morning was cold, drizzly, and very, very foggy. Our ferry boat was completely socked in and at one point had ZERO visibility. It felt like we were the only boat on the harbor.On the ferry ride back to Charleston from Fort sumpter,  the sun was shining, the fog had lifted...and all around us were incredible sights. We could see HUGE boats in the harbor all around us. We could see the beautiful city skyline. We could see the massive suspension bridge that went across the harbor. None of these were visible just a few short hours ago when the fog blocked our vision.This struck me as a beautiful metaphor for life. So many times we feel lost and alone. We feel like we are in a vast ocean and cannot see 5 feet in front of us. And yet....all around us there are people and opportunities just waiting for the fog to lift.Support the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
10:15 1/5/23
22 Hours...a Lesson in Self-Care, Smashing the Patriarchy, and Political Activism
What do 22 hours, political activism, and smashing the patriarchy have in common? They are all related to why I have so many issues with self-care and I am guessing you have similar issues as well. I went to get a massage yesterday at the massage therapy place that I have a membership with. I pay monthly for a massage and yet I very rarely actually go to get one! Wait...whaaat?You heard me right- I do not have a problem paying for the service but I do have a problem taking the time to actually go and get a massage. For some reason the time feels like a luxury that my brain is telling me I do not deserve. Do you have similar internal messages that you are working through?I know the root of these issues is me being raised in a very strict, very patriarchal, cult-like religion. From infancy, I was told that being a female meant I was less valuable than the men around me. I was subservient to them. They were the leaders and I was the follower because of my gender. These are deeply ingrained messages that are so challenging to overcome.I am excited to dive into these topics and the social activism topics that are near and dear to my heart. 2023 is going to see this podcast spend time on tough issues and conversations with inspiring women & female-identifying people that live with radical audacity.I would love to hear from you!Support the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
19:55 12/27/22
Reflecting on Joy, Sadness, Frustration & Excitement: A Look Back at 2022
What did 2022 look like for you? It was a year of massive change, growth, heartache, and joy for me. January was the rebrand of this podcast from Love & Life After Divorce to Radical Audacity in Love & Life. Listen to the trailer.I also Found out that I needed to have a hysterectomy on the same day I found out that my ex-father-in-law, my children's grandfather, passed away. It was a day of deep, dark emotions. Listen to Death & a Hysterectomy episode here.In March I had my hysterectomy and other than some complications- it was the first time I had 8 weeks to devote to being creative with this podcast and dive into my KaSa Media business.I published the 100th episode of this podcast with none other than THE BB Easton as my guest! BB Easton is the author of Sex/Life: 44 Chapters about 4 men- a book that got turned into the popular, very steamy Netflix series: Sex/Life. She had been a public school employee and self-published her novel....a few years later her novel got turned into a Netflix series and she published half a dozen other books. She is so darn inspiring! Listen to BB Easton's Interview here.June was the start of my new life!!! I officially quit my 20 year carer in public education and began to be the full-time CEO of KaSa Media Productions! It was thrilling and terrifying at the same time! Listen to that episode here.In August Radical Audacity officially turned 1 year old!! One year of podcasting and look what changed....I started a new business, quit my day job, have collaborated with incredible people I admire, spoke on the Keynote stage at Podfest Expo and landed a TED talk! Celebrating milestones together is so important! Listen to that episode here.My crowning accomplishment this year was coordinating and hosting my first virtual summit! It was an event that came with incredible disappointment and incredible satisfaction! We began a movement of stepping into our power and our confidence as female leaders! Listen to the interviews from the Our Keynote speaker:Brianne DavisSupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
19:15 12/19/22
Holiday's with the Family: What do You Do When Relationships are Painful?
The holidays often bring up the pain of family relationships that we are often able to keep at bay during the rest of the year. How do you navigate the holidays and family time when you have close family members that are unhealthy for your emotional, mental and even physical well-being?I had to have a difficult conversation with my children this week about why they have not seen my mother, their grandmother, since they were very little. It is a sad story of me being rejected by my mother over religious issues. At one point I had to take a stand, which is a radically audacious move, to protect my children and myself.I would love to hear from you. What painful family situations are you navigating over the holidays? What powerful, radically audacious decisions did you make to protect yourself and your children from the mental, emotional and physical damage that these relationship often bring. Leave me a voice message here so that I can hear your story!Listen to the episode Erin referred to in her messageOther episodes you will enjoy:Raise Your Volume So Your Voice Can Be HeardRadical Audacity of Scary Decision Making3 Important Lessons That Fear Teaches UsSupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
15:54 12/13/22
Tragedy to Triumph with guest Martine Cadet
Martine witnessed her father being murdered in a tragic, horrific home invasion when she was just a young, teen-age girl. Soon after loosing her father, she immigrated from Haiti to the United States to go to school. To say that Martine has turned tragedy and difficulty into triumph is an understatement.Martine is now a sought after professional speaker, a Social Media Content Strategist and Creator, and Adjunct Professor.  She is a mom of 2, a wife and a sister that decided to go for her dream and design an online business that excites her every single day. Martine is the Founder and owner of Kaderique Media, LLC a Boutique Digital Media Agency and Video Podcast Network Visualize and Create Show.Contact Martine Cadet:LinkedIn, Instagram, FacebookOther Episodes you will enjoy:Empowered Women Empower Girls with Guest Melody PourmoradiResilience in Painful times with guest Savio P. ClementeRadical Act of Dismantling Goal Setting as We Know It with guest Tara McMullinSupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
57:11 12/9/22
Authentic Living Lessons from a Technicolor Tunnel
Today I was on a walk on a trail I used to walk all the time when my children were little. On the trail is a tunnel that goes under a bridge. My children used to love to go into that grey, drab, corrugated tunnel and dance and yell to hear the echo of their voices...but it always felt a little bit scary to me.As I approached the tunnel today, I noticed something different. I noticed that artists had begun to transform the tunnel from grey and drab to a technicolor work of art. This tunnel is now a place that is vibrant, joyful, and overflowing with colorful creativity. The artists were there working on finishing the base painting and adding the patterns and images that would finish the transformation.It made me think of us as women. It is the perfect metaphor for how we often feel like we are stuck in a colorless, thankless life. We are always doing, doing, doing for others and that makes us feel sad, burned out, exhausted...colorless. Yet, small acts (Like the simple act of painting the tunnel) can bring about a beautiful, technicolor life.Be sure to check out the pictures on my instagram page! @tiphanykaneOther episodes you will enjoy:My Realization about the Radical Audacity of Self-CareRaise Your Volume So Your Voice Can Be HeardDetours on the Road Less TraveledSupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
15:11 11/30/22
Manifest Like a Mother...an Audacious Mother! with guest Katie Krimitsos
Katie Krimitsos has live her entire life doing things her own way. She has forged an audacious path as an entrepreneur, mother, and podcaster. As a mother of two young children, she started a podcast that turned into a podcast network that get over a million downloads a week...and she does all of the recording in a small closet in her room...for real! Go check out her Instagram to see her recording space.Katie Krimitsos and her husband Chris are also the founders and organizers of the largest podcasting conference for independent podcasters- Podfest Expo. I love having conversations with women that are doing business and life their own way.  I know you will be inspired by Katie's entrepreneurial journey and her massive podcast success.Katie's podcast network is called: Women's Meditation Network You can find Katie:Instagram: @womensmeditationnetworkFacebook: Women's Meditation NetworkEpisodes you will enjoy:Disrupt Hustle CultureEmpowered Women Empower Girls with guest Melody PourmoradiThe One Thing that has Made the Biggest Impact on My LifeProduced by: KaSa Media ProductionsEdited by: Greg SaisSupport the showI want to hear from you!Support & Subscribe- your support helps me to keep making this podcast! Become a supporter and I will shout out a thank you on my next episode!DM me on IG @tiphanykaneLeave Tiphany a Voice Message to have a spotlight on the podcastProduced & Edited by: KaSa Media Productions
67:08 11/26/22

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