Podcast

76. The emotional challenges of day-to-day business building featuring Latricia Clark Letsinger

76. The emotional challenges of day-to-day business building featuring Latricia Clark Letsinger

Are we destined to be Entrepreneurs? Latricia shares how she fulfills her destiny and the triumphs and challenges she’s met along the way. This episode is filled with smart and savvy ideas about how to stay encouraged and brave day to day. Latricia Clark Letsinger […]

75. Virtual Accountability

75. Virtual Accountability

Entrepreneurship can be lonely. What options do you have to talk about the stressors, fears, and trauma associated with business building? Our monthly Virtual Accountability Sessions offers such a space, we hope that you can join us. Visit our Digital Academy on the Minding My […]

74. Digital Academy is Open

74. Digital Academy is Open

School is now in session. The MMBB Digital Academy is now open. This is our one-stop shop for mental health resources for Black Entrepreneurs. In our academy you will find assessments, skills-based worksheets, e-books, monthly accountability sessions, individualized consultation packages and more. Join us so […]

73. Journey of Digital Entrepreneurship featuring Carlton Reed

73. Journey of Digital Entrepreneurship featuring Carlton Reed

Digital businesses allow us access to customers all over the world. This creates such wonderful opportunities for us to expand our brands and businesses. What is the cost to the Entrepreneur for this growth? Carlton shares what he has learned in his journey. Carlton Reed […]

72. Tailoring your business to a Black Audience featuring Lisa Phillips

72. Tailoring your business to a Black Audience featuring Lisa Phillips

Representation matters. As Black Entrepreneurs we may find that our audience may be comprised of people that look just like us. What ways are you catering and considering your audience? Lisa gives us solid advice on how to prepare for and maintain our ideal audiences. […]

71. Cease and Desist

71. Cease and Desist

Business building is full of surprises. Don’t be surprised when you encounter your ideas, services, and good may be plagiarized. Do you know how to handle this? Let’s talk about some strategies. Special Shoutout to: Kandace Walter http://walterlegal.com/ Episode 9:  http://bit.ly/MMBBEp9 Where to find us: […]

70. Sick Leave

70. Sick Leave

Family, I’ve been out sick. How do you handle being sick as an Entrepreneur? Can your business run without you? Let’s talk about what it means to have a system in place so that your business can move forward even if you need to attend […]

69. Authenticity grows your Black Business featuring Bianca Hughes

69. Authenticity grows your Black Business featuring Bianca Hughes

Do you trust your gut when it comes to your business decisions? Are you getting caught up in feeling compelled to perform or engage digitally on days or moments when you’re not feeling your best? Bianca highlights how staying true to your voice boosts business. […]

68. Media training basics for Black Entrepreneurs featuring Dr. Renee Sunday

68. Media training basics for Black Entrepreneurs featuring Dr. Renee Sunday

Are we ready for the media attention that comes with business building? What steps are you taking to promote you and your business? Dr. Sunday gives us points to consider and integrate so that we might be ready for that next media and promotional opportunity. […]

67. The Power of Journaling featuring Altheresa Clark

67. The Power of Journaling featuring Altheresa Clark

Let’s talk about the power of writing down your worries, goals, and inspiration. For Black Entrepreneurs having a sacred and dedicated space to clear your mind space is crucial. In today’s episode we explore this practice with Altheresa. Altheresa Clark is the founder of Inspire4Purpose, […]