• Summary

  • Andrea Owen is a global speaker, feminist life coach, and author; with her books translated into 18 languages and available in 22 countries worldwide. She serves up women's empowerment in an easy-to-digest way that is also practical and implementable. Andrea brings you guests as well as solo episodes on topics such as self-confidence, the inner-critic, resilience, mental health, and more so you can be damn good at life. On Make Some Noise with Andrea Owen we're obsessed with talking about real-life joys and struggles, all the different ways to become better humans, and at the same time, not taking ourselves too seriously. This show will bring you lots of laughter, a few tears, and always tools to make some noise in your life, aka, owning your strength.
    2021
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  • May 25 2022

    When we talk about relationships, we sometimes tend to leave out friendships. But friends are such an important aspect of our lives. Shasta Nelson is back on the show to talk about how to deepen friendships, get to the heart of why friendships are important, and some ways to build meaningful connections. 

     

    Shasta Nelson is a keynote speaker, author, and leading expert on friendship and healthy relationships at work. She is constantly teaching all of us how to create healthier and more fulfilling relationships in our lives.

     

    We talk about:

     

    • Why friendship is important in women’s lives (5:00)
    • There are three requirements for a healthy relationship: positive emotions, consistency, and vulnerability (13:07)
    • How to be vulnerable within your friendships (14:16)
    • 49% of you feel even more distant from friends and family now than a year ago, due to the pandemic. Shasta shares how you can begin to foster and build connection with others (25:19)
    • How to repair a friendship that has drifted apart (37:29)

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    46 mins
  • May 20 2022

    Love them or not, the Kardashians and their show are an impactful part of pop culture. You probably know they aren’t the most healthy family in terms of their communication. You don’t necessarily think of them when you think of families that talk about their feelings in a way you’d probably want to emulate. 

    That’s why in today’s minisode, I’m pulling two examples from the same episode on how NOT to communicate. 

    This episode is for all the people out there who struggle with how to talk to their family, co-workers, friends, and many others. In it, you’ll hear: 

    • First up, a comment from yours truly on the leaked document from SCOTUS about Roe v. Wade. 
    • Both Kourtney and Rob hurt Kris’s (their mom) feelings, and what they do in response to hearing about it from her. 
    • WHY we typically fall short when someone tells us we’ve hurt their feelings. 
    • Examples on how to “clean up your mess” (aka apologize).

    Lastly, if you’re interested in signing up for The Daring Way™ Retreat that's coming up in September but have some questions that aren't answered on the info page you can book a quick call with me to get your questions answered. Simply scroll down to the FAQ’s after reading THIS PAGE and book your call. 

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    17 mins
  • May 18 2022

    Kate Anthony returns to the show this week! She joins me in a conversation on how women can best maneuver relationships in today’s world. We also discuss making the difficult decision to stay in or leave your marriage. Kate’s passion is to empower women to find their strength and confidence even in the most disempowering of circumstances, and our conversation is a perfect example of her mission in action. Kate Anthony is the host of the critically acclaimed and New York Times recommended podcast The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast and the creator of the groundbreaking online coaching program, Should I Stay or Should I Go? 

    We talk about:

    • How the patriarchy has affected women’s ability to find happiness and fulfillment in their long term relationships (9:39)
    • Narcissistic abuse vs. narcissism and relationships (15:30)
    • Why you shouldn’t stay in a relationship for your kids’ sake (21:09)
    • You can’t do the healing work or heal from trauma while you are still experiencing it (32:02)
    • Kate answers, “Should you be best friends with your ex?”  (38:54)
    • How to co-parent within a high conflict divorce (43:30)

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    50 mins

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I found the book very helpful and it made me feel like I'm not wrong for speaking up for myself. I have been told my whole life that I should not have said this or that, and I am too out spoken. This book said what I have been doing right and gave me tips for things I can do better. You can use the knowledge from this book for all parts of your life.

This is the second book of her I ha e purchased and I am getting another one to start now.