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In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of Terri Lomax. Terri Lomax is a globally recognized podcaster, speaker, and brand strategist. The founder and visionary for the Mocha Girls Pit Stop blog and co-founder of the H.E.R Space Podcast, she empowers entrepreneurs to leverage social media and personal branding to grow their audience, impact, and bank account. Her lifelong desire to help others overcome adversity was birthed from a place of hurt and pain. As a child, her resilience enabled her to overcome physical and verbal abuse and defy statistics about children with incarcerated parents. In her new book, How to Glow Up As You Grow Up: Your Go-To Guide for Overcoming Obstacles and Making Lemonade, Terri shares her personal story of triumph over tragedy and inspires readers to overcome life’s obstacles while embracing a spirit of resilience. In this episode, Terri shares some personal moments of tragedy and transformation and how she has triumphed through the journey.
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of Tershone Phillips.  Tershone is the host of the Right Mistake Podcast where she discusses turning accidental decisions into life-changing moments with her guests. The platform highlights different entrepreneurs, millennials, and people of color stories, along with their stumbles and mistakes that unintentionally became their triumphs.  Her inspiration for creating this podcast began when she realized her major moments professionally and personally were all the catalysts from major setbacks. Embracing and celebrating our letdowns are a part of life and society should have a new outlook on the term 'mistake' for future generations. In her professional career, Tershone is a marketer in the media industry, using her background and skills to promote a positive brand for her culture, community, and ultimately herself. In this episode, Tershone openly shares some personal moments of tragedy and transformation and how she has triumphed through the journey.   What you'll learn: How she's experienced life on both sides of the Black & Blue as the daughter of two (2) retired NYPD Officers. A personal tragic loss as a result of 9/11 events. A discussion on racial diversity in the media industry and the importance of using your professional platform for systemic change.  Her 3 podcast themes for 2020 and how her guests apply these goals to their journey and ultimately how she has applied them for her personal growth. How she is instilling value as a girl scout leader and the importance of impacting young girls of color to have self-confidence and dream big. CONNECT WITH: The Right Mistake Podcast Website: https://therightmistakepodcast.wordpress.com/ & https://linktr.ee/therightmistake Facebook: @TheRightMistakePodcast Instagram: @TheRightMistakePodcast CONNECT WITH: Tershone Phillips Website: https://therightmistakepodcast.wordpress.com/ Facebook: @Tershone Phillips Instagram: @TershoneAshley Brand Ambassador For my Melanin https://formymelanin.com/ - (15% off Discount code  -“tershone”) .................................................................................................................... Are you ready to start your very own podcast? Check out our 70+ page comprehensive guide that walks you through every step to get your show launched and ready for the world.  We’ve taken our professional knowledge and experience in strategy, recording, editing and presenting into this comprehensive guide so you don’t have to spend months making mistakes you can avoid before you get started. Receive full-on support ranging from mindset shifting, content development, technical setup, recording & editing, and ongoing (strategies) after launch. Let's take you from dreaming to streaming so that you can powerfully share your message while achieving your next level of success. Get your copy at: https://gum.co/launchpad-ebook     This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links at no additional cost to you. OUR NARRATIVE FROM OUR PERSPECTIVE! Connect with us Click Here To Join The Melanated Conversations Collective Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melanatedconvos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/melanatedconvos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melanatedconvos/ DON’T MISS AN EPISODE OF MELANATED CONVERSATIONS! Click here to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts. Click here to subscribe to us on Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to us on Spotify. Click here to subscribe to us on Google Podcasts.  LOVE THIS EPISODE? PLEASE CLICK HERE TO LEAVE US A REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS!  [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of Leah Watson. Leah is a Staff Attorney with the ACLU’s Racial Justice Program, where she focuses on the criminalization of poverty. Previously, she was Senior Counsel in the Criminal Justice Project at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, where she led litigation challenging debtors’ prisons and excessive fines and fees practices in Arkansas and Oklahoma. Leah co-authored reports, delivered community trainings and developed policy recommendations for fines and fees reform at the state and local levels. She launched P.R.O.T.E.C.T.: A Guide for Law Enforcement Engagement with Students of Color. Prior to joining the Lawyers’ Committee, Leah was a Senior Associate at Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP and an Associate at Baker Hostetler LLP. She led cross-border investigations in one of the top ten largest Foreign Corrupt Practices Act settlements. She was a member of the trial team that secured a victory in the largest residential mortgage backed securities trial in history.  Leah obtained Special Immigrant Juvenile status and custody orders for pro bono clients and successfully challenged a pro bono client’s criminal conviction. During a six-month externship at the Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights, she represented clients in disability rights, police misconduct, fair housing, and wage theft cases. Leah earned her J.D. from Harvard Law School in 2011. Prior to law school, she taught high school in Atlanta, Georgia through Teach for America. Leah earned her B.A. magna cum laude in Communication Studies and Sociology from Vanderbilt University in 2006. In this episode, Leah gets very candid as she sheds light on the vital work that she doing as she is pursuing the charge to help achieve racial justice and she also breaks down pertinent information for us (the average American citizen) to understand how we can stand in the gap and help join the fight for a better country and society. Turn up you the volume, this is a conversation you don't wanna miss!
In this week’s episode, we kick off our season 3 with gratitude. MC is now a year old!! Catch up with your favorite cousins as we reflect on our experiences, growth, and gratitude for an awesome season.  Listen in as we speak about our journey in amplifying the voices and stories of black women. What you'll learn: What Terrian and Yana have been up to since their hiatus. Things you can expect from this season, including a sneak peek of all the wonderful women that will be guests this season. Special love and gratitude to all of our listeners. How you can stay connected with us and get in on some upcoming fabulous giveaways. What's next for Melanated Conversations?  [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats]    ...................................................................................................................... Are you ready to start your very own podcast? Check out our 70+ page comprehensive guide that walks you through every step to get your show launched and ready for the world.  We’ve taken our professional knowledge and experience in strategy, recording, editing and presenting into this comprehensive guide so you don’t have to spend months making mistakes you can avoid before you get started. Receive full-on support ranging from mindset shifting, content development, technical setup, recording & editing, and ongoing (strategies) after launch. Let's take you from dreaming to streaming so that you can powerfully share your message while achieving your next level of success. Get your copy at: https://gum.co/launchpad-ebook     This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links at no additional cost to you. OUR NARRATIVE FROM OUR PERSPECTIVE! Connect with us Click Here To Join The Melanated Conversations Collective Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melanatedconvos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/melanatedconvos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melanatedconvos/ DON’T MISS AN EPISODE OF MELANATED CONVERSATIONS! Click here to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts. Click here to subscribe to us on Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to us on Spotify. Click here to subscribe to us on Google Podcasts.  LOVE THIS EPISODE? PLEASE CLICK HERE TO LEAVE US A REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS!  [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats
In this week’s episode, we recap our season 2 show guests and reflect on our  experiences, growth and gratitude for an awesome season.  Listen in as we speak about our journey in amplifying the voices and stories of black women. What you'll learn: Our mission of shining light on our melanated queens and sharing our lessons and celebrating our successes. Recap of all the wonderful women that have been guests to the show.  Special love and gratitude to all of our listeners. Finding  Black joy in the highs and lows of life When you can expect our Season 3 Return. How you can stay connected with us during our brief hiatus. What's next for Melanated Conversations?
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of Sidonie Smith. Sidonie is an international leading lady, as well as a violinist and speaker. A multi-lingual artist, she has graced stages all around the world over the past 10 years performing in both English and German.  Most recently, she welcomed the reprise of one of her most celebrated roles— Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar on the historic Roten Tor stage in Munich. Previous to that Sidonie starred in Switzerland’s Premier run of Sister Act the musical as Deloris van Cartier—a role that she is thrilled to now have embodied in three countries.  Sidonie has performed in such well-known large- scale shows as: The Bodyguard (Rachel and Nicki Marron), Jekyll & Hyde (Lucy, Germany), Legally Blonde (Pilar, Austrian Premier), Sister Act (Deloris, Germany, Austrian Premier, Switzerland Premier), AIDA (Aida, Germany), Cabaret (Sally Bowles, Germany) The Bridges of Madison County (Marian, German Premier), Sweeney Todd (Johanna, as the first woman of color to play the role in Germany), Jesus Christ Superstar (Mary Magdalene, Germany), RENT (Maureen, Germany), Little Shop of Horrors (Chiffon, European Tour), Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story Germany), and Love Never Dies (Austria, lauded by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber as the best version of the production he had ever seen). Sidonie's unique talent of playing viola/violin and harmonizing with herself vocally has landed her on many stages of the world, including Broadway and the West End, doing concerts with composers like Scott Alan as well as Oscar/Tony/Grammy award-winning duo Pasek & Paul. Sidonie is also a composer herself, and conducted her first orchestral work, Genesis, as it saw its premier performance when she was just 17 years old. She has since composed for such charitable organizations as: Where Every Child's A Star.  Sidonie more recently has turned her talent to arrangement, and you can see many of her original arrangements on YouTube, where videos she arranged have garnered well over 36 million views. Offstage, Sidonie is most proud of her work as a Mindset Mastery and Social Media Mentor coach for performers, supporting them practically in their pursuits to become the strongest versions of themselves— mind, spirit, and body. Her transformational coaching courses guide artists to heal their hearts in order to create great art.   In this episode, Sidonie sets the stage into her journey into theater and how bolding taking advantage of open doors placed her center stage in some of the biggest roles in her career. We unpack what it’s like being a multi-talented black creative artist in this arena, and how she is holding space for fellow artists to bravely move into their creative passions.  What you'll learn: The opportunity of a lifetime that catapulted her into international theatre. Her personal experience as a black woman breaking into the world of acting & theatre. How your own daring to be excellent as a Black creative is a form of protest Favorite roles pursued in her career. Her latest endeavor as a mindset coach devoted to empowering creatives to follow their passion and authentically connect with their audience. What's next for Sidonie and her brand? [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats]   CONNECT WITH: SidonieSmith Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/__.sidonie.__/ Website: https://www.sidoniesmith.com/ ...................................................................................................................... Are you ready to start your very own podcast? Check out our 70+ page comprehensive guide that walks you through every step to get your show launched and ready for the world.  We’ve taken our professional knowledge and experience in strategy, recording, editing and presenting into this comprehensive guide so you don’t have to spend months making mistakes you can avoid before you get started. Receive full-on support ranging from mindset shifting, content development, technical setup, recording & editing, and ongoing (strategies) after launch. Let's take you from dreaming to streaming so that you can powerfully share your message while achieving your next level of success. Get your copy at: https://gum.co/launchpad-ebook     This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links at no additional cost to you. OUR NARRATIVE FROM OUR PERSPECTIVE! Connect with us Click Here To Join The Melanated Conversations Collective Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melanatedconvos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/melanatedconvos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melanatedconvos/ DON’T MISS AN EPISODE OF MELANATED CONVERSATIONS! Click here to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts. Click here to subscribe to us on Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to us on Spotify. Click here to subscribe to us on Google Podcasts.  LOVE THIS EPISODE? PLEASE CLICK HERE TO LEAVE US A REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS!  [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of Terrian Jones. Terrian is a wife of 10 years and mother of 2 beautiful girls. She is also creative in every sense of the word and is an avid world traveler that loves to capture the beauty of life from her lens. Terrian leads every aspect of life with the philosophy that all people were created in the image of God and deserve dignity and respect. Guided by her faith, she strives to serve as a living example of what her faith teaches her and to share it with the world both on and off of the mic. In this episode, Terrian takes us on a  journey as she pulls back the curtain on her life and shares one of her most vulnerable life-changing moments. Walking the path of forgiveness and finding her voice Terrian encourages others to do the same. Listen in as Terrian takes us on a personal journey of self-discovery and healing.  What you'll learn: Terrian's personal story of transformation. Snatching back ownership of your story with a peace of mind. The "study" that helped her forgive others and heal through a traumatic event in her life. How individuals can offer support to many facing similar circumstances. What's next for Terrian and her brand? [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats]   CONNECT WITH: Terrian Jones   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/terrian4reel Email: terrian4reel@gmail.com ...................................................................................................................... Are you ready to start your very own podcast? Check out our 70+ page comprehensive guide that walks you through every step to get your show launched and ready for the world.  We’ve taken our professional knowledge and experience in strategy, recording, editing and presenting into this comprehensive guide so you don’t have to spend months making mistakes you can avoid before you get started. Receive full-on support ranging from mindset shifting, content development, technical setup, recording & editing, and ongoing (strategies) after launch. Let's take you from dreaming to streaming so that you can powerfully share your message while achieving your next level of success. Get your copy at: https://gum.co/launchpad-ebook     This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links at no additional cost to you. OUR NARRATIVE FROM OUR PERSPECTIVE! Connect with us Click Here To Join The Melanated Conversations Collective Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melanatedconvos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/melanatedconvos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melanatedconvos/ DON’T MISS AN EPISODE OF MELANATED CONVERSATIONS! Click here to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts. Click here to subscribe to us on Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to us on Spotify. Click here to subscribe to us on Google Podcasts.  LOVE THIS EPISODE? PLEASE CLICK HERE TO LEAVE US A REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS!  [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats]  
While we stand for justice, dignity and honor of the black life all too often the names of black women senselessly murdered by law enforcement are glazed over. We have a duty and responsibility  as Black women and hosts of a podcast that advocate and amplify the voices of black women to bring awareness and shed light  on the sisters who are no longer with us. We will always and forever SAY HER NAME.  Rekia Boyd Boyd was born on November 5, 1989, in Chicago, Illinois. She moved with her family from Chicago’s Southside to Dolton, Illinois, a Chicago suburb. On March 21, 2012, Boyd was hanging out with friends at Douglas Park on Chicago’s West Side at a party listening to music while having a few drinks.  Around 1:00 am,  22 year old Boyd and some of her friends walk to a nearby cornerstore. Around that same time, Servin who was just finishing his shift on his second job was off duty, heading to a fast food restaurant for a hamburger. Servin drove to Douglas Park after a citizen called police about a noise complaint. Servin saw Boyd and her friends and later claimed they were arguing in an alley.  Whether Servin calmly approached Boyd and her friends or was rude and aggressive is still debated. One of Boyd’s friends, Antonio Cross, claimed that Servin attempted to buy drugs from the group. When Cross told Servin to “get his Crackhead ass out of here,” Servin pulled a gun, stuck it out of the window of his car and fired into the group, hitting Boyd in the head.  She was instantly killed and Cross was wounded in the hand. After the shooting, the Chicago Police Department defended Servin’s actions and arrested Cross. The Police Department claimed that Servin had discharged his weapon after Cross had approached him with a gun.  Upon investigation it was discovered that Cross was holding a cellphone. In November 2013, Servin was charged with involuntary manslaughter but was cleared of all charges two years later on April 20, 2015, by Judge Dennis J. Porter following a non-jury trial. On November 24, 2015, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy called for Dante Servin to be fired by the Chicago Police Board.  On May 17, 2016, Servin resigned from the police force. The city of Chicago also paid $4.5 million to the Boyd family. Boyd’s death at the hands of Chicago Police Officer Dante Servin would help inspire the Black Lives Matter movement. "They don’t talk about women that much when they get killed by the police. They barely talk about women. Why is that? It’s crazy, because you see that even in death, women play the second role."                                                               - Martinez Sutton, Rekia Boyd’s brother  Yvette Smith On the 16th of January 2014, mother of 3 Yvette Smith was shot in her friend’s home by Daniel Willis, the officer coming to settle a disturbance.. She was seemingly trying to act as a peacemaker during a dispute between a father and a son that involved a gun. She called 911 about half an hour after midnight. When Bastrop County police arrived at the house, at least one of the men was in the front yard and the worst of the disturbance had seemed to be over. The disagreement was settled before the officers arrived. The owner of the home Mr. Willie Thomas was outside when police arrived The officers issued verbal commands for the other occupants to exit the property. Yvette Smith was shot three seconds after the door was opened as shown by body camera footage. She was shot twice by the deputy sheriff’s with his personal AR-15 semi-automatic assault rifle. The officers claimed she threatened them with a gun despite no weapons being found within the home. The dispatcher claimed the opposite and Thomas said it was false information. In April 2016 Daniel Willis, a former Texas police deputy, was found not guilty of murder. The family filed for wrongful death suit and settled with 1.22 million in compensation. However, Daniel Willis still walks a free man who killed an innocent unarmed black woman. The case raised broad issues about police accountability and questions about police recruiting standards and the general conduct of the sheriff’s department.    Shantel Davis On June 14, 2012, Shantel Davis, a 23-year-old African-American woman, was fatally shot by New York City,  New York Police Department (NYPD) officer Phil Atkins. She was unarmed, and her death occurred while the national discussion of police brutality was gaining publicity in the wake of similar killings. That debate led to the creation of the Black Lives Matter Movement  the following year. Two plainclothes police officers saw Davis driving erratically and pursued her vehicle. Once her car came to a stop after colliding with a minivan, the officers got out of their car and approached on foot. Davis opened her passenger side door, knocking one officer to the ground. She then got back into the driver’s seat. Believing that Davis was trying to drive away, and with the car moving backwards, Detective Phil Atkins reached into her car and tried to shift it into park. While they struggled for control, Atkins shot her once in the chest. When the officers asked her to exit the car, she stumbled out while bleeding profusely onto the pavement in front of a large crowd. One witness, George Ricketts, said that Davis cried out that she didn’t want to die, and a woman attempted to comfort her. Despite paramedics’ attempts to revive her, Davis was later pronounced dead at Kings County Hospital. According to East Flatbush residents, the officer who killed Davis had a history of brutality.  At the time of her death, her friends and family said that Shantel was trying to get her GED and turn her life around. While police alleged that Davis had been trying to escape when she was shot, several witnesses stated that she was trapped behind an airbag and was not attempting to get away.  In 2017, Shantel’s family reports that there have been no investigations into her death or the officer who killed her, despite multiple attempts to follow up with the Brooklyn District Attorney office.     Atatiana Jefferson Atatiana Jefferson, had been up late playing video games with her 8-year-old nephew, in her final moments leading up to her fatal shot by an officer, Aaron Y. Dean, who was standing in her backyard with a flashlight and a gun. He would go on to resign two days later, hours before the police chief had planned to fire him. Jefferson who was 28 at the time of her death, graduated from Louisiana's Xavier University in 2014 with a degree in biology and worked in the field of pharmaceutical equipment sales. She was planning and saving for medical school. Atatiana was a loving aunt who would play basketball and video games with her nephews, and recently moved in with her mother to care for her as she had health problems. Her (mother) learned about her daughter’s shooting while in a hospital. In the moments leading up to the shooting, one of Ms. Jefferson’s neighbors, called a nonemergency line at 2:23 a.m. on Saturday to check on the safety of the residents after spotting the door open. Two officers responding to the call parked a block away from Ms. Jefferson’s house before unlatching a fence door and entering the backyard. According to an arrest warrant affidavit, Jefferson told her nephew she heard someone outside moments before the shooting, so she got her handgun from her purse and pointed it out a window. Dean, who never identified himself as a police officer despite yelling for Jefferson to put her hands up, according to the affidavit, fired through the window, killing Jefferson. As previously stated, Aaron Dean resigned before he could be fired. He was arrested and in December 2019 he was indicted by the Texas grand jury for murder, however the trial has been delayed by the coronavirus pandemic. "My God, I was so happy to know that the man that shot and killed my daughter is going to be indicted for murder," said Yolanda Carr, Jefferson's mother. She went on to say that "Justice was served on that part, but I know we got a long way to go," "I'm so glad that they finally indicted that man on murder because he murdered my baby."  
While we stand for justice, dignity and honor of the black life all too often the names of black women senselessly murdered by law enforcement are glazed over. We have a duty and responsibility  as Black women and hosts of a podcast that advocate and amplify the voices of black women to bring awareness and shed light  on the sisters who are no longer with us. We will always and forever SAY HER NAME.
In memory of #breonnataylor we are releasing a special episode today to honor her life. Before she was a hashtag or became a headline Breonna or Bre’ as she was affectionally known to her friends and family was a then 26-year-old woman who loved her work in healthcare and spending quality time with her aunts playing cards. Phase 10 and Skip-Bo were her favs. Breonna Taylor was born June 05, 1993 in Grand Rapids, Michigan to Tamika Palmer and she spent the early part of her life in Grand Rapids, Michigan before moving to Louisville when she was a teen. Breonna graduated from Western High School in 2011, and later went on to experience college at University of Kentucky. She was an accomplished EMT for the city of Louisville. She worked full time as ER Technician for Jewish East and PRN for Norton Healthcare. She served on the front line and dedicated her life to the care of others. On her Facebook page, Taylor described her love for helping others and stated “Working in health care is so rewarding! It makes me so happy when I know I’ve made a difference in someone else’s life!” As an essential worker she put her life on the line daily fighting one of the deadliest pandemics of our time only to have it tragically taken away at the hands of police. In mid-March Breonna went to bed like the rest of us, but she didn’t get to see the light of day as police officers barged into Taylor’s home in Louisville, Kentucky, in the middle of the night and discharged a spray of bullets that struck and killed the 26-year-old EMT. Breonna Taylor was a daughter, Breonna Taylor a granddaughter, Breonna Taylor a sister, Breonna Taylor a niece and a best friend to so many especially Kenneth Walker. But above else Breonna Taylor was a HUMAN. She died before her story could truly unfold. Now it’s our duty to continue to carry the torch and honor her name. We always say her name. . . . #sayhername #birthdayforbreonna #herlifemattered #blacklivesmatter
We are (podcasters/bloggers/youtubers/influencer/etc.) united to condemn the tragic murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor and many many others at the hands of police. This is a continuation of the systemic racism pervasive in our country since its inception and we are committed to standing against racism in all its forms.   We believe that to be silent is to be complicit. We believe that Black lives matter. We believe that Black lives are more important than property. We believe that we have a responsibility to use our platforms to speak out against this injustice whenever and wherever we are witness to it.   In creating digital media we have built audiences that return week after week to hear our voices and we will use our voices to speak against anti-blackness and police brutality, and we encourage our audiences to be educated, engaged, and to take action.   Here are three ways you can participate: Share this statement and call to action with others. Donate a portion of your show proceeds and ask audience members to donate to any of the following: George Floyd Memorial Fund: https://www.gofundme.com/f/georgefloyd Minnesota Freedom Fund: https://minnesotafreedomfund.org/ Black Visions Collective: https://www.blackvisionsmn.org/ Campaign Zero: https://www.joincampaignzero.org/ Black Lives Matter: https://www.Blacklivesmatter.com Minneapolis NAACP Branch: https://www.paypal.me/mplsnaacp4050B Sign A petition & Ask Your Network To Sign: Text “Floyd” to 55156 to sign a petition a demand justice for George Floyd Sign-up at Color of Change: https://colorofchange.org/ to be notified of more opportunities to take action #podcastersforjustice #WoCPodcasters #BlackLivesMatter #melanatedconversations  
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voices of Vanielle Price-Lewis and Lakrisha Toliver  Vanielle and Lakrisha  are the owners VK Beauty Bar.  These ladies are a duo that came together to offer a upscale relaxing environment inside the salon. Their goal and "why" is to educate women inside as well as outside the salon on hair care, catering to the everyday business woman that is on the go.  VK Beauty Bars first priority is healthy hair and educating clients on how to care for hair outside the salon also. We provide multiple different deep conditioners. We also offer microlinks, wigs, hair color and natural hair care. VK Beauty Bar retails multiple haircare products such as shampoos conditioners and moisturizers for daily care.  Tune in to our special Group Chat episode as we keep it real and discuss all things hair, the good bad and the ugly.
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of Brittany Sherell. Brittany is a Power-Packed Speaker, Coach, and Author who helps High-Achieving Women live with meaning and lead with confidence. Brittany is known for her high-energy, engaging approach to learning and development. Her practical approaches to achieving results are easy to incorporate without ever getting overwhelmed. In her 2-in-1 live interactive book/workbook, Brittany challenges readers not to fall victim to the lure of success-chasing, but rather unmask their true identity and use it for meaningful work. She explores the incredible power of tapping into what you perform well to create a life of purpose. Beyond her business, Brittany spends time loving on her close-knit family, two fur babies, and trying new coffee blends. Listen in as we chat with Brittany as she shares her journey of building a mega lifestyle empire.  What you'll learn: Brittany's personal story of transformation. Britany's M.O.V.E. framework that walks you through "How to align your gifts  and abilities to experience the fruits of fulfillment." Getting clear on what you want and what it will take to make it a reality. Snatching back ownership of your time and energy with a peace of mind. Killing self-doubt and building your Confidence. What's next for Brittany and her brand? [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats]   CONNECT WITH: Brittany Sherell  Website: http://brittanysherell.com/ @Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Brittany-Sherell-Coaching-and-Consulting-2953466454694278 @Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brittanysherell/ @LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/LinkBritt GET The Fulfillment Factor Book ...................................................................................................................... Are you ready to start your very own podcast? Check out our 70+ page comprehensive guide that walks you through every step to get your show launched and ready for the world.  We’ve taken our professional knowledge and experience in strategy, recording, editing and presenting into this comprehensive guide so you don’t have to spend months making mistakes you can avoid before you get started. Receive full-on support ranging from mindset shifting, content development, technical setup, recording & editing, and ongoing (strategies) after launch. Let's take you from dreaming to streaming so that you can powerfully share your message while achieving your next level of success. Get your copy at: https://gum.co/launchpad-ebook     This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links at no additional cost to you. OUR NARRATIVE FROM OUR PERSPECTIVE! Connect with us Click Here To Join The Melanated Conversations Collective Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melanatedconvos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/melanatedconvos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melanatedconvos/ DON’T MISS AN EPISODE OF MELANATED CONVERSATIONS! Click here to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts. Click here to subscribe to us on Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to us on Spotify. Click here to subscribe to us on Google Podcasts.  LOVE THIS EPISODE? PLEASE CLICK HERE TO LEAVE US A REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS!  [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats]  
In this week’s episode, We pressed pause on regular scheduled program and take time to  share our personal reflections on our Mother's Day. We also take the opportunity to  have a personal heart to heart and share some of our thoughts and feelings on the current state of our nation in light of recent events.  We share these feelings around the 54-minute mark in this episode. Listen in to hear our hearts  We will resume back to our regular schedule next Sunday. 
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of Sareta Fultcher Sareta, known to her readers as Bible Study Girl, has been in church all her life. Her relationship with God, and the church, was changed after starting a Bible study group with other women. Away from the walls of the church, the women were able to share their true struggles with their faith. Seeing God move mightily in the lives of other Christian women as they tried to live out their faith walk was inspiring. Years later, Sareta was prompted to share her personal struggles with the world, and the Bible Study Girl blog was born. Each day readers of the blog get a glimpse into her intimate struggles with faith and ultimate surrender to the will of God. Listen in as we chat with Sareta as she shares her journey of building a mega lifestyle empire.
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of Eliana Baucicault. Elaina or EllyB as she's affectionally known to the world is a celebrity event planner and creative mastermind behind the B Collective Magazine. The B Collective is a superior 300-page publication that is changing the landscape of traditional print media content. Not only does each spread highlight diverse weddings and event professionals, but the magazine also features celebrations rarely showcased on stands around the country. The magazine is far more than just a bride-to-be planning her big day it’s for any person celebrating milestone occasions hoping to create memories that will last a lifetime. The art that exists within the pages of The B Collective Magazine surpasses what the viewer sees on each spread. Through The B Collective, Eliana has created a diverse network that allows event professionals of color to build new relationships as they look to expand their services. Many have said this publication can even be used as a study guide as they learn how to make their mark in an ever-growing world. Listen in as we chat with Eliana as she shares her journey of building a mega lifestyle empire.  What you'll learn: Eliana's start in event planning and how she developed the B Collective magazine. Her vision for the magazine and overall brand for ellyB events and the B Collective. How she is changing the trajectory of representation not often seen in the event and lifestyle industry while recognizing & celebrating other professionals of color in the planning industry. Her experience navigating life as a black woman entrepreneur managing multiple successful brands. Her simple philosophy for pursuing your passions even when you don't feel like you have it all together. What's next for Eliana and her brand? [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats]   CONNECT WITH: Eliana Baucicault ellyB Events @Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ellybevents @Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ellybevents/ @Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ellyb/ Website: https://ellybevents.com/ The B Collective Magazine @Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bcollectivemag/ @Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bcollectivemag/  Website: https://thebcollective.co/ GET THE LATEST COLLECTION (4th edition) of The B Collective Magazine https://shop.thebcollective.co/collections/magazines/products/the-b-collective-magazine-collection-4 ....................................................................................................................... Are you ready to start your very own podcast? Check out our 70+ page comprehensive guide that walks you through every step to get your show launched and ready for the world.  We’ve taken our professional knowledge and experience in strategy, recording, editing and presenting into this comprehensive guide so you don’t have to spend months making mistakes you can avoid before you get started. Receive full-on support ranging from mindset shifting, content development, technical setup, recording & editing, and ongoing (strategies) after launch. Let's take you from dreaming to streaming so that you can powerfully share your message while achieving your next level of success. Get your copy at: https://gum.co/launchpad-ebook     This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links at no additional cost to you. OUR NARRATIVE FROM OUR PERSPECTIVE! Connect with us Click Here To Join The Melanated Conversations Collective Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melanatedconvos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/melanatedconvos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melanatedconvos/ DON’T MISS AN EPISODE OF MELANATED CONVERSATIONS! Click here to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts. Click here to subscribe to us on Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to us on Spotify. Click here to subscribe to us on Google Podcasts.  LOVE THIS EPISODE? PLEASE CLICK HERE TO LEAVE US A REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS!  [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats]  
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voices of former guest Dr. Traci Baxley and ally Kristine Smith.   Dr. Traci Baxley is the founder and CEO of Traci Baxley Consulting, a company dedicated to supporting parents on their journey of raising independent, compassionate, and socially conscious children. As a belonging and inclusion advocate and the creator of Social Justice Parenting, she assists families who are stuck in fear-based parenting to transition to parenting from a space of radical love. As an educator for over 30 years and a mother of 5 children, Dr. Baxley uses her experiences and expertise to support parents through issues of belonging, self-advocacy, social-emotional, executive function development. In addition, she offers cultural awareness and racial identity training to nonprofit and agencies that support transracial families. Kristine Smith is an adoptive mother to five children. She has three children adopted from Uganda and two children who joined their family through embryo adoption. Having left the field of critical care nursing in 2015 to stay home full time, Kristine has focused on educating and training those who are considering adoption or who are already parenting adopted children. She recently became an Advanced Trauma Competent caregiver. Her passion is encouraging and training adoptive families. She also enjoys speaking at adoption conferences on the unique challenges of transracial parenting.” Tune in to our special Group Chat episode as we keep it real discussing the challenges of transracial adoptions and the affects of being a transracial adoptee/parent.
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of Keesha Johnson. Keesha is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP)® and a business operations consultant specializing in project management, process improvement & documentation, and content editing. Keesha also trains entrepreneurs on how to leverage Pinterest as a powerful marketing tool for their businesses. She’s the creator of Pinpoint Your Marketing, an introductory course for small business owners interested in getting started on Pinterest. Keesha is the founder of MyMissionToEscape.com. and writes useful and motivational content for her blog which targets working women who want to manage job burnout and explore flexible work options and entrepreneurship. Keesha encourages her readers to choose personal bliss over professional burnout! Listen in as we chat with Keesha and she shares her journey of entrepreneurship and how we can win in our marketing strategy with a pin.  What you'll learn: Keesha's transition out of corporate into entrepreneurship. What sparked the creation of her blog -- My Mission to Escape. How she got her start with utilizing Pinterest for Business and the creation of her course for entrepreneurs looking to elevate their brand marketing. Why it's important to start your own business or side hustle. Her collaboration with the Publishing in Your Pajamas conference. What's next for Keesha? [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats]   CONNECT WITH: Keesha Johnson, PMP @Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/mymissiontoescape/ @LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/keesha-johnson-pmp/ Website: https://mymissiontoescape.com/ Resources Mentioned in Episode: Publishing in Your Pajamas (virtual) Conference --- The goal of the conference is to help empower new and aspiring authors!  I’ll be speaking to authors on why they should be using Pinterest as part of their marketing strategy.  The virtual conference is on Saturday, April 18th from 9:30 AM – 5 PM ET. Early bird registration is open now and ends on April 10th. General registration ends on Saturday, April 18th.  You can visit her link at https://mymissiontoescape.com/publishing to get your tickets today! PinPoint Your Marketing Pinterest Course --http://www.pinpointyourmarketing.com.  Keesha is offering a 20% discount for MC listeners.  Coupon Code = MELANATED Dawn Michelle Hardy Melanated Conversation Episode ....................................................................................................................... Are you ready to start your very own podcast? Check out our 70+ page comprehensive guide that walks you through every step to get your show launched and ready for the world.  We’ve taken our professional knowledge and experience in strategy, recording, editing and presenting into this comprehensive guide so you don’t have to spend months making mistakes you can avoid before you get started. Receive full-on support ranging from mindset shifting, content development, technical setup, recording & editing, and ongoing (strategies) after launch. Let's take you from dreaming to streaming so that you can powerfully share your message while achieving your next level of success. Get your copy at: https://gum.co/launchpad-ebook     This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links at no additional cost to you. OUR NARRATIVE FROM OUR PERSPECTIVE! Connect with us Click Here To Join The Melanated Conversations Collective Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melanatedconvos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/melanatedconvos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melanatedconvos/ DON’T MISS AN EPISODE OF MELANATED CONVERSATIONS! Click here to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts. Click here to subscribe to us on Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to us on Spotify. Click here to subscribe to us on Google Podcasts.  LOVE THIS EPISODE? PLEASE CLICK HERE TO LEAVE US A REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS!  [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats]  
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of Karen Brown. Karen is the Owner/Baker of LOL Labor of Love Bakery.  A home based bakery that provides Custom-designed cakes, cupcakes, and other sweet treats for all occasions. Whether it’s a layered or tiered cake, Bundt or sheet cake, and if you want to add cake balls or pops, chocolate covered strawberries or decorated cookies, we strive to be the Bakery of choice for the DFW area. LOL Labor of Love Bakery was born on December 16, 2015 but Karen's passion for baking which stemmed all the way back to her childhood had been alive much longer. "Who would have thought that very passion would be turned into a Business? God did, it was His plan all along and His timing could not have been any less perfect!" Starting with one signature cake, the Red Velvet Cheesecake, word of mouth, and a viral pic on Facebook, LOL Bakery was conceived. Now 5 yrs running and year #4 the start of full time entrepreneurship, Karen is excited where God will take her business and how it’ll grow to be of service to those who “love cake”. “Love Cake, Don’t Bake...Leave the Baking to Me!” Listen in as we chat with Karen as she shares how God's timing, her faith and a little help from a social media post turned into a full fledged business. 
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of DeNee Knight. DeNee is a dear friend of ours and a fellow native Arkansan. She serves as the Marketing Director of the nonprofit organization -- You are L.O.V.E.D., an organization that celebrates and uplifts women through life after broken relationships. Having gone through a major life-altering experience as a result of a failed marriage, DeNee opens up and shares her journey of self-healing and finding love again.  Listen in as we chat with DeNee as she shares her experience of finding love and navigating life as an interracial blended family.  What you'll learn: DeNee's transition from a 2-parent home to being a single mother settling into a new life. How she opened herself back up to love & dating after divorce, and her dating woes. Challenges faced being in an interracial relationship with a Caucasian police officer. Navigating parenthood with blended multiracial families. The important component for fostering a healthy relationship. The nonprofit organization -- You Are L.O.V.E.D and the great work they are doing. [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats]    CONNECT WITH: DeNee Knight Instagram: _yoganee_ Facebook: DeNee Marble TikTok: _yoganee_ You Are L.O.V.E.D.: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LOVED-100496024761795/ ....................................................................................................................... Are you ready to start your very own podcast? Check out our 70+ page comprehensive guide that walks you through every step to get your show launched and ready for the world.  We’ve taken our professional knowledge and experience in strategy, recording, editing and presenting into this comprehensive guide so you don’t have to spend months making mistakes you can avoid before you get started. Receive full-on support ranging from mindset shifting, content development, technical setup, recording & editing, and ongoing (strategies) after launch. Let's take you from dreaming to streaming so that you can powerfully share your message while achieving your next level of success. Get your copy at: https://gum.co/launchpad-ebook     This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links at no additional cost to you. OUR NARRATIVE FROM OUR PERSPECTIVE! Connect with us Click Here To Join The Melanated Conversations Collective Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melanatedconvos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/melanatedconvos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melanatedconvos/ DON’T MISS AN EPISODE OF MELANATED CONVERSATIONS! Click here to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts. Click here to subscribe to us on Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to us on Spotify. Click here to subscribe to us on Google Podcasts.  LOVE THIS EPISODE? PLEASE CLICK HERE TO LEAVE US A REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS!  [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats]  
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of Lisa Butler. Lisa is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice.  For over 20 years she has worked with women and girls to help facilitate emotional healing.  She specializes in mother-daughter conflict, self-esteem, forgiveness, shame and anxiety.  Lisa believes that most of our challenges begin with our thoughts about ourselves, others, and the world.  She uses cognitive and dialectical behavior therapies to teach clients how their thoughts/feelings inform their behaviors and life choices.  She believes that helping people recognize the power of their thoughts is  key to emotional wellness.  Lisa is also the Producer/Director of What's Left Behind, a documentary highlighting the moms/and families of murdered young people in Chicago.  Lisa is a Ford Scholar and a graduate of University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration.
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of the Mental Weight-ologist, Dr. Radisha Brown. Dr. Radisha is on a mission to empower women to live, work, play, and love at their highest potential. As a Licensed Mental Health Therapist, Dr. Radisha's core work is in helping women lose weight while mastering their mind, body, and soul. Her relatable and accepting nature allows other women to overcome their struggles and begin their transformation journey towards a healthy and happy lifestyle. She is the author of the best-selling book Girl, Get Off The Couch where she share's her personal 80 pound weight loss journey. Listen in as we chat with Dr. Radisha on how she is encouraging us to Get Off The Couch.  What you'll learn: How Dr. Radisha's personal mental, physical, & emotional unpacking set the stage for her practice. Understanding the connection between mental health and weight loss. Her F.A.T. Framework and how she applies this logic within her therapy practice Tackling depression in women of color, specifically black women How to overcome emotional eating What's next for Dr. Radisha?   Rapid Fire Questions: Would you rather give up salt for life or sugar for life? What's your non-traditional form of exercise? [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats]   Grab Dr. Radisha Brown's best selling book: Girl Get Off The Couch CONNECT WITH: Dr. Radisha Brown @drradishabrown - Facebook  @drradishabrown - Instagram  @drradishabrown - Twitter Website: www.drradisha.com ....................................................................................................................... Are you ready to start your very own podcast? Check out our 70+ page comprehensive guide that walks you through every step to get your show launched and ready for the world.  We’ve taken our professional knowledge and experience in strategy, recording, editing and presenting into this comprehensive guide so you don’t have to spend months making mistakes you can avoid before you get started. Receive full-on support ranging from mindset shifting, content development, technical setup, recording & editing, and ongoing (strategies) after launch. Let's take you from dreaming to streaming so that you can powerfully share your message while achieving your next level of success. Get your copy at: https://gum.co/launchpad-ebook   This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links at no additional cost to you. OUR NARRATIVE FROM OUR PERSPECTIVE! Connect with us Click Here To Join The Melanated Conversations Collective Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melanatedconvos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/melanatedconvos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melanatedconvos/ DON’T MISS AN EPISODE OF MELANATED CONVERSATIONS! Click here to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts. Click here to subscribe to us on Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to us on Spotify. Click here to subscribe to us on Google Podcasts.  LOVE THIS EPISODE? PLEASE CLICK HERE TO LEAVE US A REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS!  [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats]  
In this week’s episode, we are celebrating International Women's Day!!!! This year (2020), the IWD theme is #EachforEqual.  From the IWD: International Women's Day Website: An equal world is an enabled world. Individually, we're all responsible for our own thoughts and actions - all day, every day. We can actively choose to challenge stereotypes, fight bias, broaden perceptions, improve situations and celebrate women's achievements. Collectively, each one of us can help create a gender-equal world. Let's all be #EachforEqual. Join us this week as co-hosts Terrian Jones & Yana Reynolds celebrate the melanated achievements of women from the past, present, and near future.  What you'll learn: Past (Highlight): Nichelle "Grace" Nichols, first African American woman to play a lead role on television -- Communication Officer Lieutenant Uhura on "Star Trek." Present (Highlight): Keisha Knight Pulliam & Arian Simone, of the Fearless Fund. A venture capitalist firm that invests in women of color businesses. Near Future (Highlight): Storm Reid -- Rising actress & social justice advocate.  Her resume includes --  12 Years A Slave, A Wrinkle in Time, When They See Us, & The Invisible Man. Melanated Mini (Highlight): Neveah Woods of Sasha Sew Amazing -- aspiring fashion designer who makes/designs clothes for her Barbie dolls.   Rapid Fire Questions: Would you rather create or delete history? Would you rather never have music or never have films?  [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats] ....................................................................................................................... Are you ready to start your very own podcast? Check out our 70+ page comprehensive guide that walks you through every step to get your show launched and ready for the world.  We’ve taken our professional knowledge and experience in strategy, recording, editing and presenting into this comprehensive guide so you don’t have to spend months making mistakes you can avoid before you get started. Receive full-on support ranging from mindset shifting, content development, technical setup, recording & editing, and ongoing (strategies) after launch. Let's take you from dreaming to streaming so that you can powerfully share your message while achieving your next level of success. Get your copy at: https://gum.co/launchpad-ebook     This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links at no additional cost to you. OUR NARRATIVE FROM OUR PERSPECTIVE! Connect with us Click Here To Join The Melanated Conversations Collective Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melanatedconvos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/melanatedconvos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melanatedconvos/ DON’T MISS AN EPISODE OF MELANATED CONVERSATIONS! Click here to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts. Click here to subscribe to us on Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to us on Spotify. Click here to subscribe to us on Google Podcasts.  LOVE THIS EPISODE? PLEASE CLICK HERE TO LEAVE US A REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS!  [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats]
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of Coach, Speaker, Author and Strategist Tanya J. Miller. Tanya  is a certified life coach with over eighteen years of experience working with youth, young adults, and women throughout the community and in ministry to pursue purpose, passion, vision, and destiny. Tanya's focus is on life and leadership. She helps clients to define their purpose in order to release their passion.  As a speaker, Tanya's' beliefs and philosophies hold true to these same ideals and passion. Her message is clear. She believes that God place in everyone purpose, and to leave this world empty after having spent their whole lives pursuing their passion, fulfilling their purpose, following their dreams, casting their vision all to one day arrive at destiny. Tanya J. Miller is a  graduate with a BBA in finance and business management from Northwood University and an MBA from Regent University. She is the owner of Tanya J. Miller, LLC, where she is an accomplished author, motivational speaker, life coach, and leadership strategist.   Also, TJMLLC is an affiliate member of CBA, the Association for Christian Retail. While, Tanya is a member of Advanced Writers and Speakers Association. In 2018, Tanya was named an Indie Author Legacy Awards (IALA) finalist by Purposely Created Publishing Group under the category Author on the Rise.  While in 2017, Tanya was also named an Indie Author Legacy Awards (IALA) finalist by Purposely Created Publishing Group under the category Education.  Listen in as we chat with Tanya on how she inspires people both young and old to put the puzzle pieces of life together in her role as and business owner, coach, speaker, and author.
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of the OverFlow Coach, Monique Caradine-Kitchens. Monique helps women fix their relationship with money so they can stop worrying about it, stressing over it, and chasing after it and instead, start manifesting more than enough of it. After having money drama of her own for many years, Monique sought the help of a coach from one of the top personal development companies in the world. That coach helped Monique begin to re-write her money story so she could finally embrace her inner millionaire. Since 2012, Monique has mentored hundreds of women entrepreneurs on how to make money doing what they love. She holds two coaching certifications, both with a focus on money and mindset. Her mission is to cultivate a new generation of high-earning women. Her international roster of clients includes globally recognized brands such as INC. Magazine, Black Enterprise Magazine, the National PTA, United Way, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., and Nielsen. Before becoming a coach, Monique served as an award-winning radio and television personality featured on the top national media outlets including CNN, National Public Radio, FOX News, ESSENCE Magazine, SIRIUS XM Satellite Radio, the Chicago Tribune, Black Enterprise.com and many more. Taking her talents back to the airwaves, Monique hosts the Sisternomics Podcast that takes her listeners along on the journey toward her next level of financial success. When she’s not coaching, speaking or writing, Monique spends lots of time in the kitchen experimenting with the yummy recipes she finds on Pinterest and the Food Network. Born and raised on the South Side of Chicago, Monique is a mom and wife who now lives full-time on the beautiful island of Puerto Rico. Listen in as we chat with Monique on how she is leading women to put an end to the money drama so that they may unleash their financial overflow.  What you'll learn: How Monique's personal understanding of her money story played a key role in unpacking the money drama, setting the stage for her coaching practice. Understanding the universal truths about money. Actionable money mindset tips to push you to your financial overflow. The concept of creating your own economy and why it is so important. The fundamental tip for sourcing your coach to help with unlocking your next level of success. What's next for The Sisternomics Podcast and Monique's annual Overflow Retreat for women held in Puerto Rico.   Rapid Fire Questions: Would you rather be debt-free or have a perfect credit score? What's one thing you won't sacrifice in your budget? Grab Monique's FREE guide for the TOP TEN THINGS YOU CAN DO TO CLAIM FINANCIAL POWER THIS YEAR: https://www.sisternomics.net/ Monique's Book: How to Embrace Your Inner Millionaire  CONNECT WITH: Monique Caradine-Kitchens @MoniqueCaradine - Facebook  @MoniqueCaradine - Instagram  @MoniqueCaradine - Twitter Website: https://www.myinnermillionaire.com/ Listen to the Sisternomics Podcast Website: https://sisternomics.libsyn.com/ Catch Yana's guest appearance on the Sisternomics Podcast here. ....................................................................................................................... Are you ready to start your very own podcast? Check out our 70+ page comprehensive guide that walks you through every step to get your show launched and ready for the world.  We’ve taken our professional knowledge and experience in strategy, recording, editing and presenting into this comprehensive guide so you don’t have to spend months making mistakes you can avoid before you get started. Receive full-on support ranging from mindset shifting, content development, technical setup, recording & editing, and ongoing (strategies) after launch. Let's take you from dreaming to streaming so that you can powerfully share your message while achieving your next level of success. Get your copy at: https://gum.co/launchpad-ebook OUR NARRATIVE FROM OUR PERSPECTIVE! Connect with us Click Here To Join The Melanated Conversations Collective Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melanatedconvos/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/melanatedconvos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melanatedconvos/ DON’T MISS AN EPISODE OF MELANATED CONVERSATIONS! Click here to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts. Click here to subscribe to us on Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to us on Spotify. Click here to subscribe to us on Google Podcasts.  LOVE THIS EPISODE? PLEASE CLICK HERE TO LEAVE US A REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS!  [music: "Fly" by Makaih Beats]  
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Created by
Yana Reynolds
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Aug 9th, 2019
Latest Episode
Sep 14th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
51
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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No
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