Sandra G.

Everyone should listen to this podcast. Not only will you learn about amazing women but you will be inspired yourself to make changes in your life and be aligned. Bibigi is a natural host. Her voice, her ability to put you at ease and her thought provoking questions are the perfect combination to a successful podcast. 


Dalyanne.

Since I discovered Bibi online, I have been binging on these episodes and it is such an addition of value to my everyday experience. Everything about this podcast benefits me, the so relevant content and interviews, the guests and the information about them, the document and ready to use tricks. 


Courtney L.

Bibigi has a way of bringing you in feeling deeply seen, compassionately heard, and lovingly understood, whether as a listener or a guest. No matter the topic or guest there is always a nugget or two of wisdom to be gleaned along with plenty of laughs and a few 'I thought that was only me' sighs of relief.

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Speaking with Women

Episode 62: Let it be easy with Kristin Carver

Welcome to this week’s episode!  I had the privilege of interviewing Kristin Carver Smith, the brilliant mind behind The New Fashioned Co, a leading public relations (PR) firm. Over the past decade, Kristin has assisted clients from diverse industries in developing successful business strategies, communication plans, and publicity campaigns. Her clients have partnered with globally […]

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Shonda Moralis interview

In this week’s episode I have the pleasure of speaking with Shonda Moralis. Shonda is a psychotherapist coach, and an award-winning author who is on a mission to help busy moms create sustainable life balance. She’s written two books that have amazing names: “Breathe Mama Breathe” and “Don’t forget to breathe”. Shonda and I have a […]

Episode 61: Meaningful breaks with Shonda Moralis

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Kimberley

Episode 60: Salt & Boundaries with Kimberley John-Morgan

Join me this week for an insightful conversation with Kimberley John-Morgan, a Black workforce advocate and equity writer. With 20 years of experience as a career counselor in community in higher education settings, Kimberly is well versed in challenging the rhetoric of organizations that fail to move past their longstanding performative practices, offering a distinct […]

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This episode is very close to my heart because (1) it was practically a download and (2) it is about stories, specifically women’s stories, and why they matter. I want to dedicate this episode to a dear friend who believes her story doesn’t matter, and to all the women who have shared their stories with […]

Episode 59: Your story matters “there is work to do”

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Susan Prince

Episode 58: Playing the long game with Susan Prince

In this special episode, I am thrilled to share the story of my client Susan. Susan is the perfect case study. She used her visibility to create the professional reality she wanted for herself. She also did this by playing the long game. Identifying the professional risks she was facing by being invisible and putting […]

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Carol Cox

This week, I speak with Carol Cox, Founder of Speaking Your Brand and host of the 5-star rated Speaking Your Brand® podcast. She is a speaking coach, Democratic political analyst, and was named one of Orlando’s Women of the Year in 2021. Through Speaking Your Brand, Carol empowers women to find their voice, share their […]

Episode 56: Telling your story on stage with Carol Cox

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BIanca King

Episode 55: Redefining ambition with Bianca

In this week’s episode, I am honored to speak with Bianca B. King, an entrepreneur, professional matchmaker, and the CEO & Founder of Pretty Damn Ambitious™. Bianca is passionate about helping ambitious women achieve their goals by matching them with premier coaches. She is also the President and Creative Director of Seven5 Seven3 Marketing Group, a […]

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Be authentic in Linkedin

On this week’s episode, I speak with Courtney Loechl. Courtney is so many things amongst which an inspiring speaker and engaging storyteller. I met Courtney on LinkedIn after she shared an interview of herself – that went viral. You will discover how she went from not being on LinkedIn at all to building a presence and a […]

Episode 50: On making bold visibility moves and discovering LinkedIn with Courtney Loechl

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you are important

Episode 49: What you want matters – Why self-importance is a critical step in a visibility journey

Remember when Michelle Yeoh won the Golden Globes and she said “Shut Up” when the music turned on to nudge her off the stage? Remember that jolt of enthusiasm laced with fear that we all felt? Remember when Kamala Harris said “Mr. Vice-President, I am speaking”? Remember that internal deafening cheer that rose in all […]

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Tamara Close

On this episode, I speak with Tamara Close, the Founder & Managing Partner of Close Group Consulting. I have known her for more than 10 years, and she has become a close friend of mine. Tamara is an amazing example of someone who understood the interaction of her strengths, her interests and what the market […]

Episode 48: Building visibility through expertise and thought leadership with Tamara Close

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Listening to Bibigi interview outstanding women provides reassurance about, and insight into, being a successful professional woman, despite the things that may hold us back. Add this to Bibigi’s “made for podcasts” voice and you get chocolate for the soul.

Like Chocolate for the Soul

Bibi is a treasure -- she has the kind of presence that makes you instantly wish she were your personal friend. And she's full of actionable insights informed by deep research, professional experiences and emotional intelligence. Such great company that has you reaching for your note pad!

Valuable insights, concrete strategies, enormous warmth

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Bibigi speaks to inspiring women working across a wide range of sectors. The conversations highlight the many interesting career journeys of women who have shone, fumbled, been fired/hired, supported their colleagues and communities, and stepped into their power authentically.
Bibigi asks amazing questions, resulting in conversations that will challenge to ask yourself similar questions. Highly recommend.

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Bibigi bring forth cutting edge topics, incredibly pertinent experts and explores themes that sharply and swiftly hit strategic targets for women who want to step up into their power. Plus, she has an awesome voice that I love to listen to. — Luce B.

Essential listening for leveling up

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Bibigi speaks to inspiring women working across a wide range of sectors. The conversations highlight the many interesting career journeys of women who have shone, fumbled, been fired/hired, supported their colleagues and communities, and stepped into their power authentically.

Bibigi asks amazing questions, resulting in conversations that will challenge to ask yourself similar questions. Highly recommend. — Kaleid.

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