Remarkable Women Podcast: My-Cherie Haley

my-cherieMy-Cherie is a Remarkable Woman from Austin, TX. She owns a Talent Consulting Agency that focuses on helping children and teens enter the modeling and acting world successfully. She coaches parents and youth through the entire process of photo shoots and auditions, connecting them with a variety of opportunities. My-Cherie is a professional model herself and has had many years of experience in that world. To top it off, she is a mom of two adorable children and is currently earning a degree at St. Edwards University in Austin.

She is a person full of inspiration and joy, and I resonated with her in so many ways. She seeks to live each day fully and bring her best to all she meets. Listen in as My-Cherie shares about her motivation for her career pursuits. We both have a very strong passion for inspiring children, and especially young women to pursue great things by trying to be a great example for them.

During our interview, My-Cherie shares about a variety of challenges she’s faced throughout her career and the insights she has gained from acknowledging the different seasons and stages of life. She’s real, and I appreciated that greatly.

My-Cherie is full of success tips, both personal and professional. It was fun to discover how similarly we both felt about a special, “alone-time” ritual!

There are so many things that My-Cherie is passionate about, and it will be interesting to see where her talents lead, but she is trusting that after she finishes her degree, it will become more and more clear. It could be filled with public speaking or consulting other women around health and exercise, but only time will tell!

Connect With My-Cherie

You can keep tabs on her though, at:

Twitter: @mycheriehaley
Linked In: MyCherie

Favorite Resources

And two of her favorite resources include:

Betsy Dewey – Betsy’s blog holds a wealth of information around natural living, from diet and health to homeschooling and parenting.
Medicine Kid and Barefoot Sanctuary – Jada has created an herbal immune support product to help kids and families stay healthy in addition to her Yoga Business at Barefoot Sanctuary.

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Great Minds Discuss Ideas

I love quotes, and I love resources. I love getting them from other remarkable women in my life and I love to give back. I would like to share a quote and a simple message that helped me personally last month.


I talk a lot about the importance of making remarkable connections and how much value there is within those relationships. In my experience, when I engage in significant deeper conversations, I have come to realize that it creates more meaning in my life and in my relationships. I do this by skipping the small talk. I make time each week whether it is with a close girlfriend, family member or even a colleague to speak with one of those individuals to help me regularly engage in those meaningful discussions.

I know for me I am really appreciative when someone values my time. I think you can have a more meaningful conversation in 20 minutes then an hour.

I also know for me what also helps me connect more naturally is if a person are being real. Every conversation is a connection whether you are in a networking environment or having a cup of coffee with a girlfriend. How do I define “being real”? Being a bit more vulnerable than I’m are use to being. I will instantly feel that connection.

Instinctively we want to bond with others, and we do so through conversations. It’s the “how to” that has impeccable impact on our happiness. Here is a playlist of 7 remarkable TedTalks on the art of meaningful conversations.

Great minds discuss ideas; Average minds discuss events; Small minds discuss people – Eleanor Roosevelt

Remarkable Resources for April

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I don’t know about you, but I love resources. Remarkable conferences to go to, websites to help me connect with other women, tools to make life easier, inspirational articles, you know, the stuff that should get tagged “AWESOME” in Pocket.

Here are a few of my recent favorites:

Amy Porterfield

A couple of months ago I did a podcast with Angie Dunnigan, and she shared this great resource on social media marketing. Amy Porterfield is a social media strategist and co-author of Facebook Marketing All-In-One for Dummies. She helps entrepreneurs across industries establish strategies to maximize the power of social media and increase the success of their online marketing efforts. Her Blogs and Podcasts share a great amount of value, and when you check out her website, she has a link to all her favorite resources she uses as part of her success!

Amy’s been featured at: Forbes, The Huffington Post and Business Insider.

2016 Yellow Conference

The Yellow Conference gathers hard working women who know they were built for a greater purpose. Remarkable Women like you! They bring creative innovators from all over the world to connect, get inspired and receive practical tools and resources to turn your dreams into a tangible realities.

Registration is currently open. I do know last year they opened the conference up for live streaming, so if LA is not your thing be open to taking the time off from work and grab a girlfriend or two and plan a no make up, hair in a bun, comfy clothes day and go get inspired!!

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