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Hi everyone!


This week, I choose to only publish a small message, and not the usual Brillantes interviews, and this for several reasons.


First of all, I wanted to take some time to reflect on the discussion that I recorded (in French) with my last guest, Marion Roucheux, founder of the media dedicated to motherhood Les Louves.

In this very sincere discussion, which resonated a lot in me, as I am about to become a mother in a few weeks, Marion shared her wish to hear more about atypical personalities and backgrounds, different from those that are traditionally seen as successful. To my question "Who would you like to hear in this podcast", Marion answered as follows:


"I think too much emphasis is put on entrepreneurs. I would like to hear a profile that is not a model of success. Someone who is inspiring in who he is, in what she does, in the way she sees things, but not because she has succeeded, at least not in the common sense of success. I want to hear from people and journeys that change the usual and traditional patterns".


Marion is not the first to make this kind of remark to me. And I must say that it makes me think.

Because my goal with Brillantes is indeed to reflect the diversity of paths, life choices and successes that exist. And yet, it is true that, so far, many of my guests are entrepreneurs. In no way, however, do I wish to report on a narrow vision of success. Because being committed to an association, working as a midwife, being an artist, a philosopher, a teacher, a writer, or a mother are also exceptional forms of successes. With Brillantes, I would like to make these paths shine, too.


So you know my objective for the months to come... And as always, I hope to get your help and support: do not hesitate to send me your ideas, your remarks, your comments, your criticisms, your guest recommendations, your potential questions. I am all ears and always so happy to answer them.


If I choose to make a small break this week, it’s also because I wanted to give you the time to follow the latest news of Brillantes.

For this, you can have a listen at the episode of the French podcast Franzine, in which Jenny interviewed me. Together, we took some time to talk about my background, but also about media, feminism and what it's like to live abroad. Listening to her will allow you to better understand the background of Brillantes and how I wish to develop this project in the future.

Last week, I was also interviewed by one of my very first guests, Philippine, founder of Escape & Co, for her special series dedicated to travel. You will find there my hotels and restaurants recommendations, my best travel memories, but also my dreams and my vision of travel for the future. Enough to get us out of the monotony of the COVID!


Thank you in advance for your feedback, comments and impressions...


Merci à tous, et à bientôt, sur Brillantes!



***




[🇫🇷 Version française]


Bonjour à tous,


Cette semaine, je choisis de simplement publier un court message, et non l'un de mes longs interviews habituels, et ce pour plusieurs raisons.


Tout d’abord, j’aimerais prendre le temps de réfléchir un peu à la discussion que j’ai enregistrée (en français) avec ma dernière invitée, Marion Roucheux, fondatrice du média dédié à la maternité Les Louves.

Dans cette discussion très sincère et qui me parle personnellement beaucoup, alors que je m’apprête d’ici quelques semaines à devenir mère à mon tour, Marion me fait part de son souhait d’entendre plus dans les médias des personnalités et des parcours atypiques, différents de ceux que l’on attribue traditionnellement à la réussite. A ma question “Qui aimerais-tu entendre dans ce podcast?”, la jeune femme répond de la manière suivante:


“Je trouve que l’on met beaucoup trop en avant les créateurs d’entreprise. J’aimerais entendre un profil qui ne soit pas un modèle de réussite. Quelqu’un d’inspirant dans ce qu’il est, dans ce qu’il fait, dans sa façon de voir les choses, mais pas parce qu’il a réussi, en tous les cas pas dans le sens commun de la réussite. J’ai envie d’entendre des gens et des parcours qui changent des schémas habituels et traditionnels”.


Marion n’est pas la première à me faire cette remarque. Et je dois dire qu’elle me fait réfléchir.

Car mon objectif est en effet avec Brillantes de rendre compte de la diversité des parcours, des choix de vie, des réussites au sens large du terme. Et pourtant, il est vrai que jusqu’à présent, beaucoup de mes invitées sont entrepreneuses. En aucun cas pourtant, je ne souhaite rendre compte d’une vision étriquée de la réussite. Car être engagée pour une association, être sage-femme, être artiste, philosophe, institutrice, écrivain, soignante ou mère, ce sont aussi des formes de réussite. J’aimerais ainsi avec Brillantes faire rayonner ces parcours là, aussi.


Et comme toujours, j’espère pour cela obtenir votre aide et votre soutien: n’hésitez pas à me faire parvenir idées sur le sujet, vos remarques, nos commentaires, vos critiques, vos idées d’invitées, vos questions potentielles. Je suis toute ouïe et toujours tellement heureuse d’y répondre.


Je souhaitais également par cette petite parenthèse vous laisser le temps de suivre un peu l’actualité de Brillantes, si vous n’aviez pas encore pris le temps. Vous pouvez ainsi vous plonger dans le chouette épisode du podcast francophone Franzine, dans lequel Jenny m’a interrogée. Ensemble, nous avons pris de le temps de discuter de mon parcours, mais surtout de médias, de féminisme et de ce que c’est que de vivre à l’étranger. L’écouter vous permettra notamment de mieux comprendre les dessous de Brillantes et de comment je souhaite développer ce projet à l’avenir.

J’ai aussi été interviewée à mon tour par l’une de mes toutes premières invitées, Philippine, fondatrice de Escape & Co, pour un article consacré au voyage. Vous y retrouverez mes bons plans d’hôtels ou de restaurants,, mes plus beaux souvenirs de voyage, mais également mes rêves et ma vision du voyage pour l’avenir. De quoi nous faire un peu sortir de la monotonie de la COVID!


Je vous remercie d’avance pour vos retours, vos commentaires et vos impressions…

Merci à tous, et à très vite, sur Brillantes!




Links and references


Episode with Marion Roucheux :


Franzine Podcast episode:


Escape&Co. Interview:





Help me grow up Brillantes!


If you liked the episode, please share it with as many people as possible, rate it with 5 stars and subscribe to the podcast on your listening platform. This help will be extremely precious to me


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    #19 Aysha van de Paer - Empowering women through investment

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    Aysha van de Paer has one mission: to empower women through investment. Her theory? In order to overcome the inequalities and economic vulnerability that all women may face during their lives, investment is the safe, easy and time-saving way to guarantee a certain economic security. In this interview, Aysha takes her personal exemple and explains how the loss of her husband, at just 35 years old, made her aware of the necessity to secure her financial situation. Convinced of the need to bring this message to all women, and to make them change their vision of that practise that may appear complex and scary, the young woman created her own blog, which then became a real business: InvestLikeAysha.com. In this interview, we will learn the basic principles to invest the best way in the stock market, and listen to all the valuable advice that Aysha shares with each and every one of us. ETF, Robo-Advisors, diversification, sustainable investment… In one hour, you will understand the basic concepts, which are much less complex than you thought, and will know how to start your new life as an investor. So don't waste a minute: it’s time to listen to this essential interview.... because you will quickly understand that you should start investing today already! Links and references To follow Aysha: Website: www.investlikeaysha.com/LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/ayshavandepaer/Facebook: www.facebook.com/aysha.van.de.paerShe Invests Book Club (on Facebook): www.facebook.com/groups/SheInvestsBookClub/Books that Aysha mentions in the episode: Lean In, by Sheryl Sandberg https://leanin.org/bookWomen are worth it, by Sarah Genequand Miche Help me grow up Brillantes! If you liked the episode, please share it with as many people as possible, rate it with 5 stars and subscribe to the podcast on your listening platform. This help will be extremely precious to me Find all the links to listen to the episodes here: www.flow.page/brillantesFollow Brillantes on social networks:Instagram: www.instagram.com/brillantes.media/LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/brillantesFacebook : www.facebook.com/brillantes.mediaAnd her host and founder, Jeanne du Sartel:LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jeannedusartel/Instagram: www.instagram.com/jeannedusartel/Twitter: https://twitter.com/JeanneduSartel See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    #18 Nadia Damaso - Switzerland's most influential cookbook author

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    Nadia Damaso is one of the most popular cookbook author in Switzerland. At only 25, the young woman from Pontresina has already published 3 bestsellers, with a motto: “Eat better, not less”. The success story started on Instagram. 9 years ago, she came back from a 6 months stay in Canada with a bad surprise: +15kg more on her hips. The cooking enthusiast then decided to change to a more healthy lifestyle and to share her experience. It was the golden age of Instagram. In three months, 30,000 people where already following her. Today, her recipes and her minimalist universe are still very popular: with 149,000 followers, Nadia is one of the most influential Swiss personalities. In this interview you will find out who is behind this dazzling success. You will meet this creative personality, who has found her means of expression in the kitchen. She is a "self-made woman", resolutely ambitious, insatiable for work and projects. The woman who makes it a point of honour to do everything on her own details her work organisation and the way she manages her business. You will also understand Nadia's criticisms to the system that lies behind social networks.  In this episode, Nadia shares her vision of the world, full of spirituality, passion and energy... But I won't tell you more, and let you discover my discussion with Nadia Damaso... Links and references To follow Nadia: Website: www.nadiadamaso.com/Instagram: www.instagram.com/nadiadamaso_/Facebook: www.facebook.com/eatbetternotlessnadiadamasoPinterest: www.pinterest.ch/nadiadamaso_/_saved/Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC-av5A7fucZPCchfCR5-UoANadia’s last book: www.nadiadamaso.com/shop/newcookbookPeople Nadia is mentioning during the episode : Allie, from The Mystery School: www.themysteryschool.co/Help me grow up Brillantes! If you liked the episode, please share it with as many people as possible, rate it with 5 stars and subscribe to the podcast on your listening platform. This help will be extremely precious to me Find all the links to listen to the episodes here: www.flow.page/brillantesFollow Brillantes on social networks:Instagram: www.instagram.com/brillantes.media/LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/brillantesFacebook : www.facebook.com/brillantes.mediaAnd her host and founder, Jeanne du Sartel:LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jeannedusartel/Instagram: www.instagram.com/jeannedusartel/Twitter: https://twitter.com/JeanneduSartel See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    #17 Marguerite Dorangeon 🇫🇷 - Clear Fashion: Le combat pour une mode éthique

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     [🇫🇷 Episode in French] Alors que les soldes battent leur plein, j’ai choisi de débuter 2021 en parlant de mode éthique et durable, avec la pétillante Marguerite Dorangeon.En septembre 2019, Marguerite a fondé avec son associé Rym Trabelsi Clear Fashion, une de ces applications qui révolutionnent le secteur de la mode et le font évoluer vers des pratiques plus responsables. Basée sur la transparence et le partage d’information, leur idée est de fournir aux consommateurs les outils pour acheter leurs vêtements de manière consciente et raisonnée. Dans cette discussion, Marguerite revient sur son engagement pour l’environnement. On parle de ses études en agronomie, et de l’origine de son intérêt pour la mode. Avec son sourire contagieux, Marguerite raconte son parcours entrepreneurial, son apprentissage du code, sa première levée de fonds, et le succès de leur entreprise, qui compte déjà 12 employés. Le sujet est passionnant, et promet d’intéresser les entrepreneurs en devenir, amoureux de la mode, et autres militants pour une consommation plus éthique et responsable. Alors ne perdez pas une minute: il est temps d’écouter le nouvel épisode de Brillantes!Liens et références Pour en savoir plus sur Clear Fashion: Site internet: www.clear-fashion.com/LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/clothparency/?viewAsMember=truInstagram: www.instagram.com/clearfashionapp/?hl=frFacebook: www.facebook.com/clearfashionapp/Twitter: twitter.com/clearfashionappet sur Marguerite Dorangeon: LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/mdorangeon/Personnes citées: Rym Trabelsi, Co-fondatrice de Clear Fashion: www.linkedin.com/in/rym-trabelsi-agro/Lucie Bash, Founder of Too Good to Go: www.linkedin.com/in/lucie-basch-2b163852/en-us/Aidez moi à faire grandir Brillantes! Si l’épisode vous a plu, n’hésitez pas à le partager avec un maximum de personnes autour de vous, à vos amis, votre famille, ou vos collègues. Vous pouvez également noter ce podcast avec 5 étoiles sur Apple Podcast: c’est le meilleur moyen de le faire connaître. Et puis j’avoue que j’adore lire vos gentils commentaires…Retrouvez tous les liens vers Brillantes ici: www.flow.page/brillantesBrillantes est aussi sur les réseaux sociaux:Instagram: www.instagram.com/brillantes.media/LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/brillantesFacebook : www.facebook.com/brillantes.mediaPour suivre sa fondatrice Jeanne du Sartel:LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jeannedusartel/Instagram: www.instagram.com/jeannedusartel/Twitter: https://twitter.com/JeanneduSartelMerci pour votre soutien, et à bientôt sur Brillantes!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    #16 Sarah Springman - Rector of ETH Zurich and Triathlete Champion

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    This week, I have the pleasure to receive on my podcast a woman with an exceptional background. Sarah Springman has been rector of one of the world's best universities, ETH, since 2015. But that's not all.The number 2 at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich is also a top athlete and multiple European Triathlon Champion. For her career-long service to her sport at international level, the Queen of England even made her Commander of the order of the British Empire . In this discussion, you will understand how the British engineer did to pursue two careers of excellence at the same time. We talk about success, and I understand how the practice of high-level sport has nourished her academic career, and vice versa. Sarah Springman looks back on her journey in these male-dominated environments and shares her vision of female leadership. The first female professor in geotechnical engineering in Western Europe explains why social, cultural and gender diversity in science and research is needed. I ask her about the actions taken by ETH to promote greater diversity, and we talk about the cases of sexism that are shaking up the academic world and in particular ETH's cousin, EPFL.  In this podcast, you will discover a strong and resolutely brilliant personality. But I won't tell you more and let you discover this discussion with an extraordinary woman. Time codes 03:53 All the brilliant and inspiring women surrounding Sarah Springman 05:40 Highlights from the scientific and sport careers 07:21 Pursuing two careers at the same time 08:50 The idea of success 11:01 How the competitive spirit developed 12:50 Discovering triathlon, and her talent for it14:55 Is it the role of women to lead the battle for minorities? 15:58 How female leaders have been fighting the coronavirus crisis 18:16 When Sarah Springman was made Commander of the Order of the British Empire  19:35 Bringing sport values in her engineering and academic career 21:00 Being one of the 15 woman out of 250 students studying engineering in Cambridge in 1975 22:30 What takes women back from the STEM fields 25:27 The role of parents in their children’s education27:16 Being a female leader in a man’s world 30:39 Becoming the first female professor in geotechnical engineering in Western Europe 33:18 Settling in Switzerland, for ETH 35:57 Becoming the 2nd female Rector of the ETH 38:53 The importance of diversity in STEM and research 40:07 How ETH fights for more diversity 41:46 How to improve the gender equality 44:05 Denouncing sexist discrimination at EPFL Links and references To know more about Sarah Springman ETH Page: ethz.ch/en/the-eth-zurich/organisation/executive-board/rector.htmlWorld Triathlon: www.triathlon.org/about/profile/85459To follow the ETH: Website: ethz.ch/de.htmlLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/school/eth-zurich/Instagram: www.instagram.com/ethzurich/Facebook: www.facebook.com/ethInspiring women for Sarah Springman: Physicists Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jocelyn_Bell_BurnellDame Athene Donald https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Athene_DonaldAthletes Dame Kelly Holmes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kelly_HolmesDame Tani Grey-Thompson https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tanni_Grey-ThompsonDame Katherine Grainger https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katherine_GraingerETH entrepreneurs and members of the executive board Dr Sabrina Badir Dr. Vanessa Wood https://istp.ethz.ch/people/person-detail.vwood.htmlDr Julia Dannath- Schuh https://ethz.ch/en/the-eth-zurich/organisation/executive-board/vice-president-personnel-development.htmlDr. Eleni Chatzi https://eth-wpf.ch/ethwpf_member/eleni-chatzi-2/Vice President of the University of Zurich, Dr. Gabriele Siegert https://www.uzh.ch/cmsssl/en/about/management/unileitung/deputypresident.htmlOther: Respekt website: https://respekt.ethz.ch/en/Help me grow up Brillantes! If you liked the episode, please share it with as many people as possible, rate it with 5 stars and subscribe to the podcast on your listening platform. This help will be extremely precious to me Find all the links to listen to the episodes here: www.flow.page/brillantesFollow Brillantes on social networks:Instagram: www.instagram.com/brillantes.media/LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/brillantesFacebook : www.facebook.com/brillantes.mediaAnd her host and founder, Jeanne du Sartel:LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jeannedusartel/Instagram: www.instagram.com/jeannedusartel/Twitter: https://twitter.com/JeanneduSartel See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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