Podcast

66. New Year, Same Me

66. New Year, Same Me

Happy 2019, family! This new year means we must continue to build, maintain, and produce from previously established goals. Let’s make space for routine and steadfastness as we hear all about messages of change. Special shout-out to Podcasts In Color for naming us as one […]

65. Business Buddies featuring Z. Andrew Jatau

65. Business Buddies featuring Z. Andrew Jatau

Every Black Entrepreneur needs an accountability partner. Andrew is mine. Listen as we share more about the nature of how we support each other, the challenges we’ve faced, and how we celebrate each other. Z. Andrew Jatau is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Virginia Beach, […]

64. Ten ways you you might be killing your Black Business featuring Shaniece M. Wise

64. Ten ways you you might be killing your Black Business featuring Shaniece M. Wise

No one knows everything about how to start, build, and maintain a successful business. Through the course of business building Entrepreneurs accrue a list of their missteps. Take a listen as Shaniece shares some vital business maintenance strategies. Shaniece M. Wise is the CEO of […]

63. Trauma in Entrepreneurship featuring Essence Cohen-Fields

63. Trauma in Entrepreneurship featuring Essence Cohen-Fields

Business building is an exhaustive journey. For some of us the journey can even be traumatic or tap into some of other traumatic experiences. Essence teaches us how to better understand trauma and how we can address these issues as they come up in Entrepreneurship. […]

62. Doing self-care right featuring Delaney Outlaw

62. Doing self-care right featuring Delaney Outlaw

  Self-care is not a trend. Self-care is necessary maintenance for Black Entrepreneurs. Delaney shares her experience and perspective on why self-care is mandatory and how she helps Black Entrepreneurs attend to their mind, body, and soul. Delaney Outlaw is and has always been an […]

61. Black Entrepreneurs are like Black Diamonds featuring Dr. Francis Richards

61. Black Entrepreneurs are like Black Diamonds featuring Dr. Francis Richards

Black Entrepreneurs are some of the most tenacious, brilliant, and creative people. On this episode Dr. Richards shares her experiences in working with Black Entrepreneurs. We both reflect and brag on the Black Entrepreneurship community. Take a listen. Dr. Frances Richards is a Strategic Life […]

60. Thankfulness

60. Thankfulness

As Black Entrepreneurs we all have experienced weeks were nothing went as planned. It’s during these times that we resort to our Plan B, C, and maybe even plan G. In most cases our flexibility and resourcefulness pays off and we are able to accomplish […]

59. Better boundaries for better business featuring Marline Francois-Madden

59. Better boundaries for better business featuring Marline Francois-Madden

  Healthy boundaries are an Entrepreneur’s best friend. Boundaries provide us with protection, guidance, and predictability as we business build. Take a listen as Marline shares her journey and how she benefits with stronger boundaries. Marline Francois-Madden is the founder and CEO of Hearts Empowerment […]

58. Don’t let your business have all of you

58. Don’t let your business have all of you

MMBB fall updates. Does your business make you happy? Have you checked in to see if it’s your major source of happiness? What happens when you to live to work? Listen in on my journey, words of caution, insights, and plans of action. Where to […]

57. The business of vulnerability featuring Evelyn from the Internets

57. The business of vulnerability featuring Evelyn from the Internets

Our consumers relate to us most when we are being transparent. As Entrepreneurs do we know how to do that in ways that are productive and healthy? Evelyn shares with her InternetCousins on how to strike the perfect balance. Evelyn from the Internets is an […]