Feel like you have hit a wall in your journey? We are here to encourage, empower and equip individuals to grow forward in their stories and help them live into their best selves while they embrace their cultural bent or internal cultural home.
When we take into consideration the expectations in a culture, we redirect forced assimilation and not only experience better dialogue with those different than us, but we become companions for those struggling to fit and belong.
The RACE conversation is often at the heart of many debates while CULTURAL understanding is ignored and often misunderstood. I believe we need to do a better job of understanding the culture of a person or people group so we can grow forward together, while remembering and learning about systemic ways people are oppressed.
March is “Women in History” month and I decided that instead of talking about famous women who are in textbooks and articles all over the world, I would encourage my guests to talk about the women in their history!! I believe that ALL our narratives matter and it is important for us to take opportunities to let them shine!!
Today we discuss the impact culture has had on growing up in India.
Today we reflect on how we handle challenges as women in the work force?
Since March is “Women in History” month, I decided to put a twist on it by not talking about famous women who are in textbooks and articles all over the world, and instead encourage my guests to talk about the women in their history!! I believe that ALL our narratives matter and it is important for us to take opportunities to let them shine!!
March is “Women in History” month, so I decided to put a twist on it and instead of talking about famous women who are in textbooks and articles all over the world, I decided to encourage my guests to talk about the women in THEIR history!! I believe that ALL our narratives matter and it is important for us to take opportunities to let them shine!!
Let's hear what my Cuban-American friend has to say about "Living the American Dream".
According to The Clifton Strengths Assessment, there are thirty-four strengths and themes that deeply affect our personal and professional lives. When we encourage each other to “live into your strengths” it is imperative to know what they are and how to manage them. A dialogue to help you on your journey!!
The Enneagram is a great personality assessment tool to help us understand our personality and how we interact with others. This is a 3-way dialogue with Enneagram 8's and how we thrive while often being misunderstood.
Financial stress is one of the major stressors in our world today and during expected and unexpected transitions, it can be even more difficult. Even though there were record lows of unemployment (in the USA) even before the pandemic, this pandemic has certainly impacted the financial health of many people across the globe.
This is Part 3 in a four-part series on Models of Sustainability. In this dialogue we will be talking about an international approach to providing sustainability to marginalized communities in Nagpur, India.
Food insecurity was lower in 2019 than in 2018. Perhaps we are growing in the right direction but, in my opinion, there should not be any food insecurity in a country that has so many resources. Today’s guest will help us understand why those food resources are not as accessible as they should be, what they are doing about and how you can join in the cause.
This is the first in a four-part series on Models of Sustainability. Since models are impacted by the location they are in, I decided to embark on a four-part series on the subject. These episodes will cover and address best practices in Local, National (USA), International and Global contexts. So be sure to join us for the future posts that will explore those areas and reveal some common elements among them all.
Do you like to write, personally or professionally? Maybe you just like to journal your thoughts and questions that you face in your life. I journaled casually over the years and then eventually became a published author. Writing has a way of teaching individuals structure, impact their identity, and celebrate their uniqueness.
Inclusive leadership is best lived out as a lifestyle and not just remain a good idea!! Many people talk about it and very few actually live it out. Check out this interview with a colleague and friend in the industry of DE&I.
Collaboration over competition is always a successful approach! Join me in this conversation with a fellow coach and the host of "How to Win at Everything" on how we encourage, equip and empower others to live into their best selves!!
In honour of Native American heritage month, I have the opportunity (and so do you) to celebrate a great Sovereign Nation here in the USA. Listen in and see how you too might be inspired for inclusion and action!!
How to make a dream come true? Take one step at a time. A conversation with an entrepreneur who continues to produce great things as he stays the course and overcomes obstacles of racial bias, microaggressions and job-seeking stress along the way.
I was interviewed on "How to Win at Everything". All of us can “win” at what we do but the question is, “are we willing to address the challenges along the way with healthy approaches?” (aka. being an overcomer). 2In this interview you will hear what I learned through some extremely difficult situations in my life. I share what worked, what didn’t work and how I choose to live my story in hopes to encourage you in yours.
Ever wondered if you should become a blogger? Maybe for personal or business reasons? Well then, you will love this conversation with a "Blogging Evangelist"! Rana's got great tips and tools to help you on your journey!!
The Indian culture is one of beauty, diversity, depth, and struggle. One of the many struggles amidst the beauty and depth is “singleness”. Listen in on a dialogue between two Indian women who experienced it differently!!
How does assimilation impact your story? Coming to America has been a process for many along with recognizing that assimilation impacts each one of us differently. In this interview, you will here a candid conversation about two such immigrants.
What does living authentically mean to you? Who are you REALLY? Why is it so easy to build a fake identity rather than live into our true selves? These and other questions answered along with some tips so you too can #LiveYourStory.
As I continue to meet amazing people in my line of work, I asked a fellow author and speaker, Paul Artale, to shed light on his journey as someone who has learned to use his physical disability as a strength. Listen in and you might learn how to "keep the dialogue" going!
An interview of Tabitha Pope, Director of Disability from Nazarene University in Oklahoma City, OK. Tabitha brings a unique perspective to the topic of intersectionality and agency as it relates to disability in our society. She dives into the need for acceptance rather than tolerance!!
As a woman of colour, I choose to stand and kneel in solidarity with my black brothers and sisters. Are you ready to step into action against racism (and other isms), inequality and inequity in your community and for the sake of others? Practical steps also found in my blog at www.seemaglobalconsulting.com
As a concious black male in America, Okey shares humbly and graciously the plight of black males along with tools that will help them not only survive but also thrive. His story started in the Southeast side of Chicago, IL, USA and he now currently works on Capitol Hill, in the Washington, D.C., area for the U.S. Department of Health & Human Resources.