Tanya J. Miller is an author, speaker, coach, and strategist with a passion for helping people and organizations figure out how to do life and leadership unapologetically on purpose.
In our episode, we discussed why your mindset matters and how important it is to leave this earth exhausting every single skill or talent that you were gifted with.
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Founder of A Walk In My Stilettos, Makini Smith, is an award-winning entrepreneur. She has successfully crafted a business in personal development as a mindset coach helping women reach their goals, a certified Proctor Gallagher consultant for her mentor Bob Proctor, and 4-time published author. Her first book is titled "A Walk In My Stilettos: How To Get Through The Struggle With Grace" with the foreword written by Linda Proctor (wife of Bob Proctor), her second book "A Walk In My Stilettos: 111 Affirmations To Help You Heal" was inspired by the encouragement of her readers. Makini created her third book "A Walk In My Stilettos: The Gratitude Journal" to share her success tools with other women which was followed by "The Couples Gratitude Journal" inspired by her relationship with her partner.
Makini joined us here at The Life & Business Trailblazer table where we discussed
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111 Affirmations to help you heal
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Welcome Trailblazers, we had the pleasure of interviewing Roman Prokopchuk who spilled the beans on several tools that entrepreneurs should be using to build attraction towards one's brand or product. Roman also breaks down Search Engine Optimization(SEO), and more.
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Roman has 11 years of experience leading digital teams in senior leadership roles on over 600 campaigns across many industries. He
founded Nova Zora Digital in 2012. Roman is the host of the Digital Savage Experience Podcast, a Top 100 Podcast on Apple Podcasts for How To. He is a foster parent, and has had 20 kids in his home since June 2018.
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Dating, in general, is a struggle, but dating in 2020 is another bigger struggle. In this episode, Latoya and I chat about our experiences with dating and provide some insight on what dating should be. Our list is not inclusive but should give you a general idea of what to look for when in the dating scene.
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Race, Mass incarceration, Politics and Writing with Leron Barton
LeRon L. Barton is a writer from Kansas City, MO currently living in San Francisco, Ca. A graduate of Paseo Academy of Fine Arts, LeRon is the author of two books, “Straight Dope: A 360 degree look into American Drug Culture” and “All We Really Need Is Love: Stories of Dating, Relationships, Heartbreak, and Marriage.” In addition to the books, LeRon is an essayist; whose topics cover racism, mass incarceration, politics, gender, and dating. These works have appeared in Black Enterprise, Salon, The Good Men Project, Your Tango, Media Diversity, Raconteur, Elephant Journal, East Bay Times, and MoAD.
In today’s episode we are discussing race and its impact on mass incarceration, politics and writing. I really enjoyed my conversation with LeRon, who is a very talented and wise culturist shedding light on a necessary topic.
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Book we reference: The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander
Daree is an award-winning technical writer, speaker, certified life coach, podcast host and authorpreneur who has published articles on a variety of topics as a freelance writer and blogger.
Daree is also the author of three books, including the teen mentoring book series entitled "What's Wrong With Me?," in which she discusses her own childhood dealing with self-esteem, media influence, premarital sex, family and personal relationships, and gives advice to teens about it all. Her latest book, "Ending the Blame Game," discusses relationship advice for Black couples based on interviews with numerous Black men, coaches and therapists.
She is also a voice actor. Her poised, polished, and professional voice is perfect for clear, corporate communications such as commercials and promos for radio, web, voicemail, on-hold messaging and training courses. As a voice talent, authorpreneur & podcaster, she enjoys inspiring people and using her voice for good.
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Tandee Salter, Master Business Success Coach and Consultant, helps to develop marketing strategies so you can gain more exposure and make more money in your business. Currently pursuing her doctorate, Tandee has helped small business owners learn how to navigate email marketing, copywriting, and editing content so they can get the maximum results from their marketing efforts. Unwilling to sit by on the sideline and watching entrepreneurs struggle, she is focused on making an impact and educating entrepreneurs and helping them move beyond frustration and not achieving their goals.
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Grant is a veteran information technology (IT) sales professional with over 20 years of experience and loves connecting with people with similar interests. He attended DeVry Institute of Technology where he received a degree in Electrical Electronics & Communications Engineering. Throughout the years he has racked up certifications such as: Cloud Technology Associate, AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner, IT Business Conversations-HPE, Selling Business Outcomes – Cisco and Dell EMC certified Associate-Converged Systems and Hybrid Cloud Platforms. Grant, is the CEO of his life and business, 5 Star BDM, a brand development company.
In this episode, we delve into brand development, what it is, how to build and sustain it.
Grant will be releasing his own podcast in the near future, "Minority voices in healthcare" stay tuned for updates.
Mandie Brice passionately believes that if you look and feel better, you do everything else better. She is a makeup artist in California with celebrity experience. She is the host of the Bold Moves Podcast, which shares stories of people who've taken risks that have paid off, and she hopes that her podcast helps both inspire and educate people to go after their dreams. She's also created an online course to teach beginners to do basic makeup looks with practical skills, and has since released the course in an ebook format as well. She has also recently released a goal-setting and achieving ebooklet to help people set well-aligned goals in 2020 and beyond, and take inspired action toward making their dreams a reality!
In this episode we discuss how to make bold moves in your life and business.
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For those of us who were raised in a Carribean household we have many things in common our parents were either too strict, didn't display much affection, didn't have conversations with you about adulthood, and expected you to either be a lawyer, doctor, or engineer. In this episode with Darline we dive into the deep end of growing up in a Haitian household and being a first-generation American.
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"Embark, Forge new trails, and Conquer"
In today's discussion, I sit with the lovely ladies of The Melanated Conversations podcast, a space for black women to amplify their authentic voices.
• Filling the void of positive representation of black women in society and culture
• Creating space for black women to openly share experiences and drive our own narratives
• Celebrating and shining light on our achievements (entrepreneurial, historical, etc.)
• Avenue of community and support
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