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LaKisha Mosley

LaKisha Mosley is a lifestyle blogger, event producer at The LM Experience, and podcaster & host of Confessions of a CEO Podcast.


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Anthony English
Confessions of a CEO
You don't know what to charge for your services? Anthony English is a business coach in Sydney, Australia, and he specializes in helping people charge what they're really worth without feeling awkward or guilty. Anthony is hilarious and I certainly enjoyed our convo. He gives us great advice on how to get out of our heads and charge our clients what we are worth. He actually says we should be talking potential clients out of working with us. You'll have to listen in to hear why and it's very intriguing. Anthony has a beautiful family that keeps him busy along with his business coaching. I know you will enjoy this convo. You can connect with Anthony here: --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. --- Send in a voice message:
Howard Wolpoff of Profit Master Business Solutions
Confessions of a CEO
Howard Wolpoff is a business marketing strategist and coach.  He recently, I released a new book - 45 Minute Business Breakthroughs. The book discusses methods he can show a business owner to triple their current number of leads, double their sales and increase their annual revenue by $50,000 or more…and without spending a cent on marketing or advertising. He also has an e-learning site where he teach small business owners how to become a marketing expert in just one year through weekly two hour lessons. Howard is offering listeners of my podcast a free copy of his book. Visit his website below to get it. You can connect with Howard here: Website: Profit Master Business Solutions Twitter: LinkedIN: Howard Wolpoff --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. --- Send in a voice message:
Amber Christian of Wonderly Software Solutions
Confessions of a CEO
Amber Christian is the founder of Wonderly software solutions, a company using human-centered design to bring magic and joy to building software and experiences. Their first product, Bella Scena helps you go from deliberate to done through its to-do, calendar and meeting planning application. She is also a speaker, writer and podcast host. She hosts the podcast Being Wonderly and talks about the journey to build a tech company. Before building Wonderly, Amber spent almost 20 years at the intersection of Finance and Technology implementing SAP globally for Fortune 500 companies. During our conversation, Amber talks passionately about being an entrepreneur. She loves what she does and her enthusiasm is contagious. I was fascinated by her human-centered design programming and think all products and services should use that concept. Her product Bella Scena is an amazing product to help you stay on task and be productive. You can connect with Amber here: Twitter: Being Wonderly LinkedIN: Wonderly Software Instagram: Being Wonderly **Amber has a special offer for the listeners of the podcast. Use code LAKISHA to get 50% off the first two months of your subscription.  Also, for anyone that wants an even bigger discount, they can write a review of Bella to get 50% off the first year subscription!  Here is the link for that information on how:** --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. --- Send in a voice message:
Chernika Corbett
Confessions of a CEO
Chernika Corbett is a mother, wife, and entrepreneur working on this brand for the entire family. She resides in Boston but is from Georgia girl. She loves shoes; it's her therapy. Nikki is just a laid back woman that loves to travel. Nikki says, "When we started DéJa Vu Skin it was rough, and still is rough, but our determination and dream of creating our own all-natural products continue to be work in progress. We don't always agree but I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world. Our entire family is involved in the creation of this brand each and every day!" She's found this level of peace in her life and business that she protects at all costs. She's really big on blocking on all negativity from her. If your vibe ain't right, my girl Nikki says you must move around from her!! I love how this is a family business and they do it together! Their products are addictive and I think that's because they are made with love! Nikki's advice to new entrepreneurs is to never give up and to do things their way not how others think they should be done. Visit and purchase Nikki's products here: DeJa Vu Skin --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. --- Send in a voice message:
Ryan Narus of The Archimedes Group
Confessions of a CEO
Ryan Narus is a millennial entrepreneur who graduated from Wake Forest University in 2009 with a degree in Psychology and Statistics. He worked sales for a little while but gained some invaluable lessons that led to him writing a book. He returned to Wake Forest to attain his MBA and started working at a big bank only to be unfulfilled and stuck. He quit that job. Flash forward 4 years and he's a part of 10 mobile home park acquisitions spanning ~1,245 pads. He now has several employees, the freedom to work his own hours, and actually makes more working for himself than he ever did in corporate America. In our convo, Ryan talks about the 1% rule and how you have to set yourself apart from everyone else if you want to succeed. He gives very candid advice to aspiring and new entrepreneurs. This is one episode you do not want to miss!! Tune in now.  You can connect with Ryan here: --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. --- Send in a voice message:
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Houston, TX, USA
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17 hours, 15 minutes