Altovise Pelzer is an award-winning small business trainer and founder of the World Voice League. She hosts the #SpeakEasy Podcast, your #1 Podcast for unscripted perspectives on becoming and staying a successfully paid Speaker. Altovise educates and empowers small business owners to create your own business model using live stream, social media and your personal story.
Recent episodes featuring Altovise Pelzer
Life After HIV - Myths, Truths and the Dream Reimagined with Nakeisa Jackson
Empowerment is strengthened through education and advocacy throughout the world. HIV, still considered a taboo topic especially in a lot of minority populations, is not what it was back in the '80s. Advocates and HIV positive men and women are speaking out and speaking up about what living with HIV really looks like. The goodThe bad The ugly Today's guest shares what it looks like to have your dream reimagined after being diagnosed with HIV. Nakeisa does not hold back including having coping mechanisms in place and being mindful of the conversations that you are having with others. This episode will inspire anyone to decide to push through any obstacle that may come your way. Nakeisa Jackson is an author, speaker and HIV advocate. After being diagnosed with HIV in college, she began her journey to educate herself, she noticed a major gap in representation of women living with HIV. The statistics were high for women but low for education among women. She took this information and decided to change her major to nursing. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from Georgia State University in Nursing and continued to expand her education by receiving her Masters in Nursing Informatics, at the University of Phoenix in 2015.Nakeisa is on a mission to educate women around the world via the internet and through community events about the stigma associated with HIV as well as many other complications like mental illness. She is collaborating her efforts with other community organizations including the Iknowawareness, LLC., and Positive Women’s Network, in order to accomplish her goals. She has published one book entitled Life After HIV: Removing the Mask which details her life story. She is a member of the Metropolitan HIV Services Planning Council, Fulton County Planning Council, and a blogger for the Girl Like Me Blog through the Well Project. Currently, she is launching a nonprofit to provide health services, social services, and mental wellness services to women in the Atlanta Area. Her target is women living with chronic conditions and facing different challenges in life such as domestic violence, sexual violence, and other traumas. She will use her platform to also encourage these women to live their lives whole and set free.Social Media Handles (LinkedIn, Facebook, etc.)@nikkijtheauthor on Facebook Instagram and Twitterhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/nikki-j-a41332158
The Identity of Success with Giulia Viti
What is the identity of success?Success is a word used by the masses to inspire, compare and even compete with others but it is something that can only be defined by you. Yes, you, the one listening to this episode. Success is a choice and when we take the opportunity to define it by our own terms we take success more seriously. When we create a personalized success journey it sets us up so we:Have a clear understanding of the actions we need to take Be okay with saying no to opportunities that don't lead to your successBe deliberate about the opportunities and conversations that you haveNot waste money on webinars, tip sheets and things that glitter that you will not useFor some, your success identity will come easy and for others, it may take some time but either way, you will need it. Check out today's episode with Giulia to find out how the identity of success is seen from all over the world. My name is Giulia and I am an Identity Coach, which means I help women find out who they are and how to build a life that empowers them. I and my girls face topics that go from financial independence to sexual health. I built a community of professionals who support me on the topics I’m not sufficiently knowledgeable about. I love adventures, coffee, and kind people.Social Media Handles (LinkedIn, Facebook, etc.)@giuliaviti.coachdonne for both Facebook and Instagram.In the next few weeks, I will start talking to an English speaking audience too, from @thebalanceedit on Instagram
“A Fall From Grace” why the critics got it wrong again.
So, let me be the one to stand up and say a word or two. Critics get it wrong more often than they get it right. Why? Most times their point is view is skewed by personal judgement, hearsay or just the fun of being able to get paid to bully people. It’s true! Now I won’t give any spoilers in this episode but I’m darn sure gonna give every person who ever wanted to do something in life a word of advance. Move in spite of what people say because it’s bigger than they can see. Funny enough, these critics are the same ones who will haven’t or won’t do anything outside of their comfort zone. They can’t. They’re scared to and besides it is easier to ridicule others right? Let me explain...Let me know your thoughts on Twitter @altovisespeaks
Why the Ivy Park Launch should inspire every entrepreneur! (Especially those relaunching in 2020)
Beyoncé did her thang when it came to the Ivy Park Launch. Sold out could be seen all cross the website after a week of celebrities unboxing and giving a peek. I’m still waiting on my box...it must be in the mail. (Insert me checking the Fed Ex website 45 times just in case) The brand is in collaboration with Addidas and has some clothes, sneakers, shoes and accessories that has the internet buzzing. Yea, that’s great but let’s go a little deeper. This is not the first time that Ivy Park launched.In this episode I share some reasons why this Launch should inspire entrepreneurs globally. No matter what stumbling blocks you came in contact with or what didn’t work before, GO ALL IN this year! Let me know what you think about the episode on Twitter @altovisespeaks
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Altovise Pelzer-   Altovise Pelzer is an award-winning small business trainer and founder of the World Voice League. She hosts the #SpeakEasy Podcast, your #1 Podcast for unscripted perspectives on becoming and staying a successfully paid Speaker. Altovise educates and empowers small business owners to create your own business model using live stream, social media and your personal story. Altovise is the Visionary Author for the #1 Best Selling book “A Stage of Their Own: More than a movement.” This anthology brought together 13 authors to share how their pivotal moment in life created the momentum for the movement they created. She is also a contributing author to the #1 Best Selling book “Speak Up! The Ultimate Guide to Dominate in the Speaking Industry.” World-renowned speaking legends Dr. George Fraser and Les Brown wrote the Foreword and Afterword for the book.  Homelessness and molestation greatly affected Altovise. She hit a turning point in her personal life after decades of being silent about her molestation story even after finding out both her girls were molested. This was the catalyst for her decision to motivate women to “Leverage Their Life’s Circumstances” by learning to love their voice.  Social Media: www.instagram.com/worldvoiceleague www.facebook.com/worldvoiceleague www.linkedin.com/in/worldvoiceleague  Listen to another #12minconvo  
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Birthdate
Mar 13th, 1980
Episode Count
186
Podcast Count
16
Total Airtime
4 days, 21 hours