To be married, a millennial and making boss moves requires a level of prayer and love that shows no bounds. Quinton and Breonna Baker are here to share their love, tips on life, and how to level up in what God has purposed you to do! Share, Support and Subscribe!!
Resilient Love Hosts are very inspired by Relationship Coach Carnisa Berry and how she provide us with tips on how to develop healthy marriage habits. She discusses her marriage journey and how her marriage was the blueprint to her coaching business. This is a very relatable conversation that everyone can benefit from. You can find her on social media or her website www.berrythoughtfullife.com
Resilient Love Hosts are excited to have a conversation about how literacy matters in the identity of the black boy.
Our guest, Alvin Irby is a former kindergarten teacher turned award-winning social entrepreneur, international speaker, comedian, and author. He is Founder and Chief Reading Inspirer at Barbershop Books, a literacy program that creates child-friendly reading spaces in barbershops and provides early literacy training to barbers.
Barbershop Books Website
Resilient Love Hosts asked Alonzo Jaynes to provide us with his perspective on the current situations that have plagued our country and around the world. This is a great dialogue about regulations, steps to moving forward and justice reform. We also learned that Mr. Jaynes tapped into his first love of music with his latest release, Witness Protection, and you can listen to it here. Thank you Chief for this great conversation.
Resilient Love Hosts dive into a listener question about their views on the pandemic and what lessons that have been taught over the quarantine. The listener also asks how do their thoughts relate to the bible. This is a great question and the hosts have fun responding.
Resilient Love Hosts asked Colin C. Thompson, a Canadian born Jamaican, who is the founder and CEO of Oligye Enterprises (Shanghai) a Business Consulting company focused on coaching, training, and Blockchain technologies to be a guest on the show and talk about how “Living on the other side”, which means various locations, has shaped his perspective on racial and social inequalities. We also dive into the social climate in China and USA and the impact of Covid-19 in his coaching business. This is a very diverse and well rounded perspective that you will walk away from educated and empowered. Take a listen!
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Tune in for Part Two of Love thy Culture. We are talking about Black History and More.
Tune in for Part One of Love thy Culture. We are talking about Black History and More.
We have Mrs. Le'Andra D. Williams talking with us about how she began her Music School with just herself and 20 students to now having staff and being over 90% to capacity!! She took over because we trust that her tips will help you level up in your business.
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Also music featured is from Her Hit Single "Free featuring Ms. Camilla Jones". Purchase here.
This is episode two of the series, Small Business, Big Mindset. Listen in as the hosts of the podcast talk about how to present yourself properly when advertising your business and still get the $$ you deserve. The books mentioned in this episode are The Consultant's Handbook and How Successful People Grow. Tune in and leave us a great review.
We had an awesome conversation with Jeanene McBride! You all are going to enjoy our January series episode entitled, "Small Business, Big Mindset." Thanks so much to Ms. McBride and her new company MaBrewsa Coffee Co.
As we close out 2019, we had a revelation about how we need to let go of somethings in order to be in position for what God has for 2020.
I see Miracles
Scripture Ephesians 6:10-18
Scripture Matthew 6:25-34
Black Friday shopping is crazy by itself but imagine being the one behind the counter! Listen into this episode.
Disclaimer: We are just having fun and joking around. This is in no means to cause any disrespect to anyone.
We just wanted to chat with you all about specific topics that were on our heart this episode.
Here are a few of the links mentioned in the podcast
Check out Sarah Jakes Roberts Podcast
Check out Heather Lindsey
Check out Black Entrepreneur Blueprint
Check out Group Economics
Check out Legacy Center Jay Morrison
Check out Dr. Boyce Watkins
Has your HOPE been feeling low lately? Check out this episode. Leave us a review and support Resilient Love Podcast.
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We have done a lot with our money and haven't really tracked it like we should have. Listen in for these awesome tips on how to follow your dollar, invest and financial planning.
Here are a few links mentioned in this episode:
Dollar Tree DIYs
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