Lovely Lincke Inspirations
By Cynthia Lincke
Lovely Lincke Inspirations intent is to encourage, motivate and inspire, where host, Cynthia Lincke, will share with your her journey and expertise as a nonprofit co-founder, a therapist, a PhD student, a mommy and wife. All single women, whether never been married, married and now divorcees or widows, will be uplifted. Couples who are courting (dating), engaged and married will gain tools to help build, support and celebrate their relationships. So come Nuh, join me, as we Encourage, Motivate and Inspire Each Other!
S2:EP:09 - Embrace
In this episode I talked about accepting ourselves, our WHOLE selves, even the parts we need to work on and the parts we need to toss out.. and accepting truth and not lies.
April 06, 2021
S2:EP:08 - Women
In this episode I shared with you tips on ways to figure out why you might be unmotivated. I got transparent and shared how I handled getting "The Call Back" from the hospital, after my screening mammogram, informing me that I needed to return for a three hour diagnostic mammogram and ultrasound. I also shared three points on how a woman can protect herself and how women can forge together to help prevent violence against women.
March 30, 2021
S2:EP:07 - Teen Dating Violence is Happening
In this episode, I am joined by members of Princesses and Ladies Inc. Danielle Bonngard, the current intern and social work student, members of Ladies of Tomorrow, the mentorship group at the org. Mackenzie Watson, Jennesa Lincke, Chyann Smith and Sierra Lincke. We had a very real discussion about teen dating violence.
February 20, 2021
S2:EP:06 - Waiting
In this episode, I talk about waiting. How one particular waiting was challenging for me. I also shared tips on how to help your wait a little easier.
February 09, 2021
S2:EP:05 - It is Human Trafficking Awareness Month.. How can you help?
In this episode I talked about human trafficking awareness month, shared some stats around human trafficking and asked, how you can help?
January 12, 2021
S2:EP:04 - 2021: The Plan
In this episode I encourage you to invest in yourself and others, be your biggest cheer leader and your best critic.
January 05, 2021
S2:EP:03 - Be Optimistic, Yet Realistic About 2021
In this episode I encourage you to be go into 2021 with optimism while also being realistic.
December 29, 2020
S2:EP:02 - Dealing With The Stresses of The Holidays
Do you get stressed out during the holidays? If so, this episode is for you! In this episode I share three tips on how to manage holiday stresses by not having them.
December 08, 2020
S2:EP:01 - Gearing Up For The Holidays
In this episode, I share three tips to help you prepare for the holidays.
December 01, 2020
EP:20 - The RANT: COMPS, Back to School, Results, Early Voting, Election Results, No Concession Speech, End of Season 1...
At exactly four months, I am now at a place where I can record another podcast episode. So much has happened in these past months.... In this episode I will remind you of ways of checking in with yourself. I will share with you a few personal things that happened in my life. I will mention events that unfolded in the United States. I will also share four tips for making it through the rest of this year healthy. Finally, I will thank each of you for listening to this podcast and ask you to join me for season 2.
November 17, 2020
EP:19 - The Educational System & Our Black Children with RaVonya Knight
Today I am joined once again by the bold, beautiful and dynamite RaVonya Knight. She is the owner of BeGr8rr Educational Consulting. You may also find her on insta: begr8rr. Her first podcast episode is coming out soon, be on the lookout for Begr8rr! My sista, RaVonya and I sat down to have a real and transparent conversation about The Educational System & Our Black Children. This episode is one that all parents, educators and anyone who has a vested interest in the educational system should listen to.
July 16, 2020
EP:18 - Systemic Racism: Planning Systematically & Strategically To Combat It with Carlotta Roman
In this episode, I am joined by another special guest, Carlotta Roman. Carlotta has 2 masters degrees, one in Human Resources Management and another in Public Service. She is in the last phase of completing her PhD in Business Psychology. She is the owner of Collective Career Consulting, which offers career coaching, organizational development, and DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) strategies. Carlotta and I sat down to discuss systemic racism and how planning systemically and strategically will help to combat it.
July 14, 2020
EP:17 - Heart to Hear with Patrick Lincke (guest host) and Officer Diaz and Danielle Diaz (guests)
In this episode, I am joined by my husband, Patrick Lincke, who hosted this episode with me. We were joined by special guests, Officer Diaz and Mrs. Danielle Diaz. In the current climate where police officers are seen abusing their power to the extreme, to the point where people are dying. The conversation about who police officers are and how they use their power is necessary. Officer Diaz and Danielle spoke directly from their hearts. They shared their experiences, concerns and hopes as a family and as Christians. In addition, Officer Diaz and his wife also shared their desire to hear the concerns of others.
June 30, 2020
EP:16 - Miscommunications and Misconceptions When Discussing Race with Chris Kubic
In this episode I am joined by a special guest, Chris Kubic. Chris is an educator who nows serves in the educational community as a principal at a high school. He volunteer a tremendous amount of his time to the community for various causes, one of those being sharing in dialog surrounding topics of injustice, race and inequality. We recently sat down for a Facebook live discussion where Chris shared various miscommunications and misconceptions when discussing race.
June 23, 2020
BONUS - Juneteenth with RaVonya Reese
In this episode I am joined by a special guest, RaVonya Reese. She is an educational consultant. We had candid discussion about Juneteenth. We shared what Juneteenth means, why it is celebrated and its importance now. RaVonya shared some ideas of what black people should be doing now as we move forward.
June 20, 2020
EP:15 - White Privilege and Action with Courtney Combs
In this episode I am joined by a special guest, Courtney Combs, who works in the area of social justice. She shares about White Privilege: recognizing it, acknowledging it and shares ways to use it positively as we move forward. Our discussion is our continued effort to create a safe space for open communications about racism and the injustices that many black people encounter daily. Various resources are shared, in addition to the suggested actions to take to effect change.
June 15, 2020
EP:14 - Healing and Recovery with Bih J. Wanki, MSW, LCSW
In this episode I am pleased to share the platform with my sista and friend. Her name is Josephine Wanki. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has worked in various areas of mental health, one of which being healing and recovery. Our discussion is related to the current outcry of many in the United States in regards to racism, the recent death of an African America man while in police custody and the four police officers who are connected to his death.
June 09, 2020
EP:13 - Remain Hopeful: Be Strategic, Be Systematic
In this episode I share my renewed HOPE. There is much sadness in our world right now but it is important we remain hopeful. African Americans and people of color all around the world are affected by the recent murder of an African American man by a white police officer. It has created a greater separation among whites and blacks. Yet, I believe in the change that our forefathers spoke about. I encourage my black brothers and sisters to plan strategically and systematically in this episode.
June 02, 2020
EP:12 - Grief During a Pandemic: COVID-19 Part 2
In this episode I focus on the grief many 2020 graduates are experiencing. I talk a little about the stages of grief and the importance of graduates having conversations about how they are feeling. I also encourage families and friends to validate those feelings. Today is Memorial Day in the USA I commented on us all remembering this day and the many people who lost their lives serving and protecting the States and its people. It is also Labor Day in Jamaica. So yuh know, mi big up mi Jamaican people dem too.
May 25, 2020
EP:11 - Grief During a Pandemic: COVID-19 Part 1
In this episode I share several suggestions on how to celebrate the life of loved ones who have passed away while honoring public gathering restrictions.
May 18, 2020
EP:10 - Mother’s Day while Shelter in Place
In this episode I give suggestions on how to celebrate Mother’s Day while shelter in place. I encourage you to still celebrate!
May 08, 2020
EP:09 - Coping During a Crisis: COVID-19 Part 2
In this episode I share 2 additional tips on ways to cope during the covid-19 pandemic. I also expounded on 2 of the tips from last week. It is important that we continue to ask ourselves, how we are doing and to use various means of coping to ensure we will be FULLY healthy.
April 14, 2020
EP:08 - Coping During a Crisis: COVID-19
In this episode I share 3 tips on ways to cope during the covid-19 pandemic. It is a time of crisis, during such times it is important that we control the things we can and release the things we can not control. How do we do this? Listen to this episode to find out.
April 06, 2020
EP:07 - International Women’s Day
This episode I talk about International Women’s Day, its theme and ways as women, we can reflect it.
March 10, 2020
EP:06 - Women
In this episode I have two guests, my daughters: Jennesa who is 17 years old and Sierra who is 13 years old. We asked these questions to women: Who are we? What are we about? Where are we going? How will we get there? Each of us gave our responses to each question.
March 03, 2020
EP:05 - Black History and Reggae Month Celebrations
In this episode I talk about Black History Month, celebrated in my adoptive home, the United States and a few other countries. Particularly, the people who paved the way. I also encourage you to begin to create a positive future Black History. How do you contribute to the growth of Black History Month? Additionally, I discuss Reggae Month which is celebrated in Jamaica, the land of my birth. I ask the question to Jamaicans living on the island and in the diaspora, how are they contributing to brand Jamaica.
February 24, 2020
EP:04 - Tips: How to Practice Self-Care, Caring for Others and Each Other
In this episode I will give various solutions, tips on how to improve and/or solve the problem areas, the areas that were identified in episodes two (2) and three (3) that need improvements. Tips will be given on specific ways to practice self-care, caring for others and caring for each other.
February 17, 2020
EP:03 - Sisterhood: Letting Others in Our Neighborhood
In this episode, I point out areas in which women seldom share with other women that should really be openly discussed. However, sadly few do. I also talk about the importance of sisterhood and forming a healthy neighborhood: our circle of trusted people who we share with, in a honest and raw way and those people doing the same for us. I also encourage women to celebrate each other, some have crowns of gold and other crowns of pearls but our crowns are decked out with what we each need and appreciating instead of comparing of crowns. I encourage us all to find the balance between caring for self and caring for others. Please follow me on Instagram and Twitter @LovelyLincke and YouTube: Lovely Lincke Inspirations. Email me at : firstname.lastname@example.org
February 10, 2020
EP:02 - Practicing Self-Care
For many of us practicing self-care does not come easy. I have made a commitment to myself this year, with a personal goal to be intentional about fully practicing self-care. .. So, Come Nuh, listen in, as I share with you, my personal struggle with practicing what I preach oh so well. Yet, MY determination to completely take care of me without feeling guilty and my encouragement to YOU to do the same.
February 06, 2020
EP:01 - Introducing host, Cynthia Lincke
In this episode Cynthia will introduce herself in detail. Listen in to get to know who the host is, her experiences, passions and beliefs.
February 05, 2020