It’s called many different ways. Following your dream, your passion, or your heart. Living your inspiration, your legend -or in this case- your purpose.
What is your purpose and are you living it? This is the topic a group of female panelists will discuss on the monthly online radio show called Women on the Verge, found on Women on the Verge website. The next show will air December 21 from 7 to 8 p.m. ET and can be accessed online by anyone worldwide.
“What makes you smile? What in your life gives you purpose? Makes you feel fulfilled?” says radio host, Ana Lewis, of some of the topics they’ll be touching. “What brings you bliss in life? Are you living it daily? If you are not living your purpose, what about your search?”
Women can find more thoughts on the topic on the Women on the Verge website, which also encompasses blogs, Twitter, Facebook and a YouTube channel. WOTV has been featured in Marie Claire magazine and its blogs garner 1,000,000 hits a month. The community also boasts 10,000 social media followers. Members span every continent and include business owners, New York Times bestselling authors, mothers and grandmothers.
Whether women may or may not have found their purpose, the show will consist of the honest experiences of the panelists, and listeners are sure find something they can relate to within the mix.
This month’s radio participants include Judy Kinney, community organizer and life coach; Marta Moran-Bishop, author of “Wee Three, A Mother's Love in Verse” and creative videographer; Jessica Mason Pieklo, women's rights activist and attorney; Dawn Rivers, political junkie and micro-business expert; and Elin Stebbins Waldal, author of “Tornado Warning, A Memoir of Teen Dating Violence and Its Effect on a Woman's Life” and founder of Girls kNOw.
Women on the Verge was founded in September 2009 by Lewis in Tucson, Arizona. Lewis previously belonged to an online community for work at home moms where she found valuable support. However, the site didn’t provide information about who she was interacting with, so she started Women on the Verge, featuring profiles similar to those on Facebook. WOTV and its virtual sisterhood continues to grow and incorporates all forms of social media today.