Mom Your Business

Mom Your Business

By Tanya T. Morris
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Mom Your Business: The Podcast seeks to redefine mompreneur. Providing resources, motivation and education Mom Your Business's Podcast is a place for professional women whether working full-time, part-time, an entrepreneur, working and going to school, has a partner or is single with two kids It's time to mom your business!

Tanya T. Morris has been helping transitioning professionals and organizations increase productivity and achieve goals for the bulk of her professional career.
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Mom Your Business: The Podcast seeks to redefine mompreneur. Providing resources, motivation and education Mom Your Business's Podcast is a place for professional women whether working full-time, part-time, an entrepreneur, working and going to school, has a partner or is single with two kids It's time to mom your business!

Tanya T. Morris has been helping transitioning professionals and organizations increase productivity and achieve goals for the bulk of her professional career.
www.momyourbusiness.com

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Live Podcast w/Interior Designer Rasheeda Gray
Interior designer Rasheeda Gray started her career in marketing. She spent fifteen years in corporate America, and when a friend suggested she stage her home to sell it during the real estate down time she discovered a new passion. Rasheeda started Gray Space Design in 2016 and has completed 60 projects, both residential and small boutiques. Her seven step process has led to features on Good Day Philadelphia, Raymour & Flannigan Design Magazine and HGTV's Flea Market Flip. 
24:37
July 9, 2019
Meeting the need; how moms start businesses to meet needs and impact their community
From 2007 - 2018 the number of women-owned businesses increased by 58% percent,  while all businesses increased by just 12%.  A combination of necessity entrepreneurship and opportunity entrepreneurship is driving the high 2017- 2018 net new number. A necessity entrepreneur is an individual who cannot find quality employment or is unemployed and whose only viable employment option is to start a business. These businesses tend to be smaller than those started by opportunity entrepreneurs, 2 which target a market opportunity. In this episode we discuss how women start businesses to meet a need including tuition, make a large purchase or some other need. We meet the Furlough Cheesecake Sisters who started their business during the government shutdown.  Kristin Lewis who started the Poundcake Project to may her daughter's private school tuition. And we close the show interviewing Carolyn Pendleton owner of the Pendleton Candle Company where proceeds go toward creating obituaries for children lost to gun violence. Listen to these compelling stories and how mompreneurs are impacting their communities and changing lives. 
32:32
May 29, 2019
Family Business -Meet Melissa Harville-Lebron, Nascar Truck Series Team Owner
Melissa Harville - Lebron is the founder and CEO of W.M. Stone Enterprises, Inc. A multifarious entertainment conglomeration that is the home to Coutrá Music Group, a boutique music label. This would be Melissa's initial exposure to NASCAR and also what would capture her attention and direct her awareness to the lack of diversity in the motorsport.  Melissa Harville-Lebron is the first African American woman, to soley own a Camping World Truck Series and a developmental racing team in NASCAR's Whelen All-American Series, Division I. The multicultural racing team is the first ever to consist of two brothers from two different ethnicities and minority classes, hailing from the North East and under the age of 25. The team consist of 6 drivers of various professional licensed levels. On February 16, 2018, E2NE partnered with Copp Motorsports for “The Next Era Energy 250” at Daytona. Scott Stenzel finished an impressive 15th. Recently recognized as an “Ebony Power 100 Honoree of 2018” & a Black Enterprise “Top Story of 2018”.
34:56
May 6, 2019
The Business of Fashion
Interview with Jacqueline M. Jenkins, Acting Executive Director Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). Jackie and I discuss everything business in fashion the impact of the tariffs and China, the Supply Chain and how to build a global fashion brand.
40:40
February 13, 2019
Live Interview with Author | TV Personality | Entrepreneur Tionna Smalls
Live Interview with Author | TV Personality | Entrepreneur Tionna Smalls. Tionna keeps it real and raw about business building, the power of networking and relationships.
34:03
February 5, 2019
Live Podcast Interview w/Shalena D.I.V.A.
Day Party Episode II w/Online Business Strategist Shalena Diva. Shalena shares her story of turning obstacles into opportunities. 
28:18
February 5, 2019
Once Upon A Preemie/ Interview with Jenne Johns
Interview with mompreneur, author and health equity advocate Jenne Johns. Jenne has been advocating for health equity for years. But it was during the birth of her son when she faced maternal mortality head on and while advocating for herself wrote and published the only children’s book written for the parents of preemies while they are in the NICU. This bedside companion seeks to motivate, encourage and inspire preemie babies and families until they go home.  
22:21
January 26, 2019
Sunday Brunch Episode w/Davita Garfield
Interview with speaker, author and empowerment coach DaVita Garfield who shares her story of how overcoming obstacles during her life have become the driving force behind her God-given assignment to support other women by encouraging them to become amazing on purpose.
33:38
July 30, 2018
Sunday Brunch with Yolanda Keels-Walker
Recorded Live at The Foundation in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, this episode features Yolanda Keels-Walker, author and serial entrepreneur. Yolanda created Business Babes to build up and help other women that may have encountered business hardships. Today, Business Babes boasts over 60,000 members.
35:05
July 28, 2018
Life's A Pitch: How to Guide to Selling Your Best Self.
The episode is an interview with communications strategist, author and advocate Afea Tucker. Afea discusses her book Life's A Pitch and gives advice on pitching with patience and media relations from a trusted public relations consultant who has earned much success booking clients on major networks such as NBC, Fox, CBS, Radio One, and more!
27:04
July 9, 2018
How Business, government & non profits can transform communties
Learn how elected officials drive policy that impact communities. And why it's important for small businesses and entrepreneurs to have relationships with elected officials on every level of government.
26:28
July 5, 2018
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