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Carrie Lu Interview for Women Who Push the Limits

Carrie Lu Interview for Women Who Push the Limits

January 19, 2022

Lynn Murphy interviews Carrie Lu, a woman who pushes the limits. Carrie tells about her family moving to the US when she was 10 years old and did not speak a word of English. She shares her fascinating and inspiring story of her journey through education to her work in the corporate world, a world that did not share her values. She started her real estate career just as the market crashed in 2007-2008. With her creative solutions to challenges, strong values, positive mindset, and desire to serve others, Carrie has built a successful career which she loves.

Carrie is a residential Realtor® with Signature Real Estate Group SW in Las Vegas. Prior to entering real estate in 2007, she spent eight years in corporate America in a variety of roles—engineering consultant, financial consultant for companies including AT&T and Deutsche Bank, financial manager at Prudential Financial, and vice president at Citibank. Carrie has a bachelor’s degree and MBA from Rutgers. During her off-time, she is active in local animal rescue organizations. She loves cats, and has fostered over 100 abandoned and homeless kittens and adult cats.

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Victoria Valentino Interview for Women Who Push the Limits

Victoria Valentino Interview for Women Who Push the Limits

December 1, 2021

Victoria Valentino is a keynote speaker and media personality. She shares her journey as a multi-rape survivor, sex trafficking survivor, and vintage Playboy centerfold, all before she was 22.

In this interview, Victoria discusses how her struggles led her to find sanity and healing, discover her true voice, empower herself to speak her truth and fulfill her life’s purpose.

She moved on to become an actress, talk show host, writer, singer, dairy goat farmer, and registered nurse. She home-birthed her youngest daughter while living on the farm.

Victoria is most widely known as a major media voice and outspoken survivor of sexual assault by Bill Cosby. She is raising the consciousness about rape culture and transformational healing through her work as an ambassador for several organizations including Promoting Awareness Victim Empowerment (PAVE), Hope Pyx Global for sex trafficking, and the Never Walk Alone Foundation. She helped promote a law to abolish the statute of limitations on rape and sexual assault in California, which became effective January 1, 2017.

Recently, she lent her voice to a campaign by Joyce Short’s Consent Awareness Network (CAN) to pass into law a New York Senate Bill establishing a legal definition of consent as Freely Given, Knowledgeable and Informed Agreement.

Your host, Lynn W. Murphy, founder of the Women Who Push the Limits movement and president of Key Innovative Business Solutions, has interviewed fifty women with remarkable stories that will inspire, motivate, and empower you to play big, claim your power, and create your dreams. Today’s podcast is one of those amazing interviews.

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Laura Jaramillo Interview for Women Who Push the Limits

Laura Jaramillo Interview for Women Who Push the Limits

November 15, 2021

Today’s interview is with the remarkably talented singer and songwriter Laura Jaramillo who believes music can be therapy. Safety is one of the key issues we discuss—their escape from the violence of their home in Colombia when they were only four, feeling safe as their authentic self, and the challenges of finding safe and empowering places for the LGBTQIA+ community to gather and thrive. You’ll love Laura’s enthusiastic passion for music and life, and be inspired by all the ways they’ve pushed the limits.

Lauralite was born in Cali, Colombia. They are an entrepreneur, immersive event and media production professional, Airbnb management specialist, and consciousness mentor. At age four, they moved to the United States with their family, hoping to escape the violence and turmoil that permeated the area and seeking political asylum as a refugee. They wrote their first song at 8 years old, and haven’t given up on the dream since. Their upcoming, 7-song debut E.P, Everything That's Wrong with Me, highlights the journey of learning to truly and unconditionally love oneself. Determined to promote self-positivity, their free-spirited personality, and radiant vocals help to soothe the soul and encourage self-healing, all the while reminding listeners that, “It's OK to not be OK, but it's not OK to stay that way.” In 2020, they co-founded the Please Evolve Foundation and started the Please Bloom Initiative branch, an organization navigating the future of LGBTQ+ progress by building spaces curated for our empowerment and success. 

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Sandra Dee Robinson Interview for Women Who Push the Limits

Sandra Dee Robinson Interview for Women Who Push the Limits

November 8, 2021

Lynn Murphy interviews a remarkable woman who pushes the limits--Sandra Dee Robinson. Sandra tells of her struggles to find her own voice, her own identity, and her purpose even while having a very successful acting career. Through her example, she demonstrates how to find your voice, speak your truth, and change the world. 

Sandra Dee Robinson had a successful decades-long career in television with starring roles in Another World, The Bold and Beautiful, General Hospital, and Days of Our Lives, plus guest roles on CSI Miami, Criminal Minds, Two and a Half Men, and others. In 2010 she founded Charisma on Camera. As a performance coach, she works with business owners, experts, and celebrities to perfect their presentation and on-camera skills, earning her the nickname of The Charisma Coach. Her Horsepowered Consulting business offers specialized equine-assisted coaching programs. Sandra Dee has had many titles—actress, author, TV host, podcast host, international speaker, trainer, and dog and horse fanatic. Her other title is “wife” to a renowned Hollywood stuntman. (Never a dull moment around their house.) Her mission is to illuminate the path for people to fully express all they are Designed to be.

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Join your host, Lynn W. Murphy, founder of the Women Who Push the Limits movement and president of Key Innovative Business Solutions, for another inspiring interview with a woman who pushes the limits.

She has interviewed over fifty women, with diverse stories that will inspire, motivate, and empower you to play big, claim your power, and create your dreams. Today’s podcast is one of those amazing interviews.

These interviews are the source of her books in which she shares what’s behind each woman’s struggles and success.

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Dr. Patricia Van Pelt Interview for Women Who Push the Limits

Dr. Patricia Van Pelt Interview for Women Who Push the Limits

November 4, 2021

Dr. Patricia Van Pelt has served as a senator in the Illinois General Assembly since 2013. Prior to winning her Senate seat, she ran for mayor of Chicago. When her opponent told everyone Patricia had been a drug addict—which she had been—Patricia received the support and name recognition that helped her win the Senate seat. She is an entrepreneur, author, transformation coach, real estate developer, certified public accountant, community activist, evangelist, and a lifelong resident of Chicago. Her diverse background includes working as steelworker and union steward, co-founding Ambassadors of Christ Church, and founding TARGET Area Development Corporation, a grassroots social justice organization that helped residents evict drug dealers from their neighborhoods. Dr. Pat dropped out of school by age fifteen, but went on to earn her GED, an associate degree in natural science, a bachelor’s degree in public administration, a master’s degree in human services administration, and a doctorate in management of non-profit agencies.

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Your host, Lynn W. Murphy, founder of the Women Who Push the Limits movement and president of Key Innovative Business Solutions, has interviewed fifty women who shared their remarkable stories that will inspire, motivate, and empower you to play big, claim your power, and create your dreams. Today’s podcast is one of those amazing interviews.

These interviews are the source of her book series in which she shares what’s behind each woman’s struggles and success.

Join our community of like-minded women who are sharing successes and resources that empower each other.

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