Women on the Rise is a podcast about the connection between health, self-care, and success – in business and life.
Through conversations with thriving women, we uncover the practical tools you need to recapture your momentum – mind, body, and soul – so you can step into your big dreams for your career and life.
Hosted and produced by health and lifestyle coach Lara Dalch.
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I am beyond to have stumbled upon this podcast to add to my playlist of inspiring listens… Lara’s messages are uplifting and dead on. I’m loving the real conversations with incredible women that motivate me to keep on with what I set out to do.
**Cortney B.//thegreyedit – Apple Podcasts Review**
Rather than touting that hustle cures all, she dives a little deeper and talks to some really interesting women about how they succeed professionally, while also maintaining a healthy sense of self. I love this podcast and can’t wait for more episodes!
**emar117 – Apple Podcasts Review**
I found it really refreshing that Lara doesn’t promote one perfect formula or approach to self-care. The conversations on the show are natural and personal, and I love hearing ambitious, smart, busy women talk honestly about wellness and success.
**Julie – Apple Podcasts Review**
Kendall Griffin was a successful NYC publicist when she followed love across the ocean. How she embraced her unexpected expat life and reinvented herself.
Rebekah Bastian shares why knowing exactly where you’re going in life isn’t the key to success – and how to confidently blaze your own trail.
“Unladylike” co-hosts Cristen Conger and Caroline Ervin talk what feminism is, what feminism is NOT, and why self-care is a critical tool for all feminists and allies.
When Glynnis MacNicol woke up the day after her 40th birthday without a partner or a child and feeling “fantastic” she set out to write a new narrative for a woman’s life.
Professional soccer player Rosie White knows how to navigate the discomfort of reaching for big goals – and how to do it in a male-dominated field.
Social justice entrepreneur Michaela Ayers shares how food facilitates brave conversations about inclusion – and how her personal journey led her to prioritize self-care.
Christy Johnson shares how both intentionality and serendipity contributed to her success; and why striving for balance can sometimes be a distraction for women leaders.
Kristen Bashaw graduated college at the height of the Great Recession. She shares the mindsets and tools that helped her find her way to a successful career anyway.
As a business owner and coach, Jo Casey struggled with how to manage her anxiety disorder – until she embraced the gifts her illness brought with it.