Third Paddle Podcast with Jen McFarland
The Third Paddle is a weekly podcast that explores transformational journeys, women's issues, and equity.
Your path may not be clear. One thing I know. We are all connected. When you get stuck in shit creek, sometimes you need a little help. A third paddle to get you out. Don't worry, that's why we're here.
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Jen discusses the challenges of finding truth in business in a ‘post-truth’ world, and the impact of women-owned businesses and people of color on the economy and hiring.
Jen interviews Brian Fowlie, who talks about his transformation from prison 'lifer' to meditation helped break through his limitations. Break free from your self-create prison.
Gerald Jones shares why it's important to create economic resources for black business, and how we can create a broader community so we can all rise together.
Allison Kinnear shares her personal experiences with Imposter Syndrome on her journey to become a leader in the field. If you’ve ever felt like a fraud, listen here to realize your power.
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This Week's Show
Jen McFarland, Host, Third Paddle
Jen McFarland is a business owner, business advisor, podcaster, blogger, and project turnaround artist. She’s helped hundreds of businesses and thousands of podcast listeners make better business decisions. Jen’s passion is helping women business owners overcome leadership and technology struggles.