Podcast

38. Loving all of my BLACK body featuring Ivy Felicia

38. Loving all of my BLACK body featuring Ivy Felicia

  What is your relationship with the body you inhabit? Most of us have a relationship with our bodies but lack a meaningful connection with our bodies. Ivy explains how a positive and nurturing relationship with our body can translate a more fulfilling life. Ivy […]

37. If they don’t provide a way, we make a way featuring Judith Alston

37. If they don’t provide a way, we make a way featuring Judith Alston

Family, I bet you’ve never met a Black female beekeeper. As Black Entrepreneurs we can find ourselves in industries that we don’t traditionally occupy and yet we flourish. Judith shares how she has been successful in doing so all while taking care of her community […]

36. We’ve got to take care of each other featuring Brett Hewitt

36. We’ve got to take care of each other featuring Brett Hewitt

  No one should approach entrepreneurship without the wisdom and connection from others. This episode I get the wisdom of a local entrepreneur who has been in business for 22 years, and is seen as a staple of our community. Brett teaches us what he’s […]

35. Isolation in Entrepreneurship featuring Kimberly Ferguson

35. Isolation in Entrepreneurship featuring Kimberly Ferguson

Entrepreneurship can be filled with loneliness and isolation. In our journey to build our businesses and brands we can neglect our need to be in relationship with others.  Kimberly teaches us ways to address this and how we can remain productive while being connected. Kimberly […]

34. How therapists become therapists featuring Deseray Hamilton

34. How therapists become therapists featuring Deseray Hamilton

For those who have ever been curious about how therapists train, take a listen. The road to becoming a licensed mental health professional can be filled with bumps and hurdles. Deseray and I discuss the training involved to provide quality mental health services and she […]

33. Black Entrepreneurship and mental health featuring T-Kea Blackman

33. Black Entrepreneurship and mental health featuring T-Kea Blackman

One in four of us meet the criteria for having a mental health disorder. As Black Entrepreneurs we are not immune from this. Do you have a plan in place when you need to improve your mental health? Listen as T-Kea shares her journey in […]

32. Creating community effectively featuring Randy Williams

32. Creating community effectively featuring Randy Williams

Creating community effectively featuring Randy Williams Entrepreneurship can be lonely. As you build your Black business have you found your people that can support, challenge, and encourage you? Take a listen as Randy shares his journey and how he has found community. Randy D. Williams, […]

31. Good sleep ain’t easy

31. Good sleep ain’t easy

  How many of us practice what we preach when it comes to self-care? In my drive to be a better me and better Black Entrepreneur, there is room for improvement. In this episode, I examine my approach to sleep and rest. In the end, […]

30. Getting Black Entrepreneurs into therapy featuring Eunice Blakely

30. Getting Black Entrepreneurs into therapy featuring Eunice Blakely

Are you curious about therapy? Take a listen as two therapists talk about some of the therapy basics. Learn how therapy is different from a supportive conversation, typical presenting problems for Black Entrepreneurs, what happens in that first point of contact with a therapist, and […]

29.   Self-care as a Means of Survival featuring Lauren Elliott

29. Self-care as a Means of Survival featuring Lauren Elliott

  Black Entrepreneurs it’s time to check in. How many of us have a self-care regime that supports our schedule and needs? As we juggle more roles in our daily lives and transition into and out of roles we need to ensure that we are […]