Micheal your host was recently fired due to two social media post that depicts her speaking at a Junior Achievement career event and Winning and award from the worlds largest rental company per my former VP. After being the only dot in the room the pet turned into the threat. So now I get to give all my Black girl magic to anyone that wants to get to know how others live. My goal is to speak to and for those that don’t have the voice to stand up to even the 250 million per year company that is intimidated by my nonprofit and success. Oh success doesn’t mean money. Shegetitdone to love lyfe
The Entrepreneur I only put this 1st because it is our story for today.
The Man with multiple plans.
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Kelly Hoey is a networking expert, and author of Build Your Dream Network: Forging Powerful Relationships In A Hyper-Connected World. Kelly offers a modern approach to this essential career skill together with practical strategies on how to connect for success in the social media age.
Kelly has contributed publications such as the New York Times, Inc.com, and Forbes.com, and has been lauded from Forbes (“1 of 5 Women Changing the World of VC/Entrepreneurship”) to Fast Company (“1 of the 25 Smartest Women On Twitter”) to Business Insider (“1 of the 100 Most Influential Tech Women On Twitter”) and Inc. (“1 of the 10 Most Well-Connected People in New York City’s Startup Scene”).
Kelly is a speaker on the topic of networking and career advancement, including networking into leadership roles, the networks both executive and entrepreneurial-minded women need, and deceptively simply ways to maximize networking opportunities without adding more to your calendar.
She also hosts the weekly podcast Build Your Dream Network, offering up networking tips that are a fresh departure from the days of schmoozing at cocktail parties and handing out business cards in stale conference halls.
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Women of Color in Tech: A Blueprint for Inspiring and Mentoring the Next Generation of Technology Innovators will help women of color overcome the obstacles that prevent them from pursuing and staying in tech careers. Contrary to popular belief, tech careers are diverse and fun―and they go far beyond just coding. This book will show you that today’s tech careers are incredibly dynamic, and you’ll learn how your soft skills―communication, public speaking, networking―can help you succeed in tech. Join author and host Susanne Tedrick, who will conduct a panel discussion with other successful and amazing women of color in tech. We’ll discuss the challenges and joys of working in the tech sector, touching upon many themes presented in the book.
THE PANEL Read the panelist's full bios at bit.ly/wocit-panelists
Teneika Askew - Data Engineer
Ariana Davis - Full Stack Developer and UI Designer
Angela Dogan - Founder & CEO, Davis Dogan Advisory Services, LLC
Micheal Lane - President and Founder, SHEGETITDONE
Juliet Okafor - Cybersecurity Professional
Victoria Scott - Cloud Technical Specialist
Time for reality check Be comfortable being uncomfortable, since we are all stuck in the house why don’t you Google unconscious bias see what it says. Guess what we all have them that’s a fact that’s not debatable. Having unconscious bias doesn’t make you a bad person. After all they were formed in a unconscious process based on external information starting way back in early childhood. So please try to accept whatever biases you’ve got and just focus on working to overcome them or knowledge him. That is it that is all no lecture be kind because we are in this together we are all Connected. There is only one race. The human race. In order to get through these tough times we must be on one accord and it is important to establish a sense of trust. Can we look at each other as equals now are or are you still better than me. Remember the Rona don’t discriminate. Shegetitdone
My weekly rant this week about women in construction and how happy I am to see that the tides are changing and engagement is showing across social media. Also a quick rant about the coronavirus and the panic that it has caused.
Random leap year episode. So this episode is about a leap year, black history month is going to be all year every day. I got random takeaways about facts regarding African-American consumer buying habits that in my opinion is we look at employment outlook and trying to recruit and retain the retention and employment sector. We need to follow some of the same practice not all just saying. Then we talk about how I want fathers to tell us how we can prepare the future workforce of the construction. These disadvantaged people your daughters, your mix grandkids how do we give them all equal playing field. People keep saying that the playing is the same is not the same. We experience a different world and then closing after I give you a couple more takeaways. I am going to talk about my life as bottle Mike yeah that’s my hustle life. So I say that to say that I have Wrestled with all types so my journey is a unique one and stick along for the ride because this is our last practice episode. So thank you for sticking with us our first month. Which was all about getting the shakes out this podcast game is new to me so we’re trying it no I was going to work on having more structure and work on getting more guest we already have lined up but we had a practice life see where we need to step back fix and every episode to me is going to be a learning process so I’m not aiming for perfection but my therapist said I got a problem the episode that I don’t try to hard as I want are the ones that I like the mouse so we’re going to stop being so critical and just let it go.
This episode is all about being comfortable being uncomfortable we’re doing his episode on the road this week from the DMV DC Maryland Virginia so bear with us on some of our feedback but we’re going to still give it to you live in direct and so it’s not as long as our normal shows but definitely something to think about how do you feel having to be comfortable with being on comfortable in your working environment and your interactions with other races my happens in corporate America in a construction world just to name a few.
In this episode we ramble on about hustling in the hood versus corporate hustle it’s the same thing I’ve done both and if I had to pick. Hustle in the streets because from what I’ve learned you get better Loyalty in the Streets then you get from any corporation you would work. Because if you’re hustling right in the streets you’re your own boss entrepreneurship 101 everyone in the hood to know how to hustle. Not a writer firstname.lastname@example.org
SheGetItDone not a Writer neither is Micheal
Me rambling about Collaborating and competing in 2020.
Can't we all just get along and get this money together people.
My weekly EEOC press release.
Snoop is not happy with Gayle King
Oprah is is concerned for Gayle's well being.
This just reiterates the fact that know matter all the Good you do.
All it takes is one thing to bring you down.
There are two sides to every story.
Until next Saturday.
We got a lot ahead for this seasons.
It's Black history Month
It's Superbowl Sunday
It's my First show on my Podcast.
Just remember to as Ellen would say Be kind to one another.
As I (Micheal) will say If you hurt my feelings I will hunt you down. Many have underestimated me before and the outcome has never been in their favor. The title come from the fact I been hustling all my life. RIP Nipsey This podcast is all about hustling making money being effective and efficient. One of the key things and I’m going to constantly cover is wasting brain space google shit please don’t ask dumb ass question that Siri or Alexa can answer it is annoying. Like I said this podcast is not for everyone but it is a real live account of things discussions we are going to get into could revolve around technology, sports, generational wealth, and the future of the workforce I mean anything. Over the course of time I have learned and experienced a lot. I to want bring you a show every week shows that should last anywhere from 25 minutes to an hour just depends on how passionate we get about a project or topic. So ask your questions tell us what you want to hear this black history month. We got some things in store this season I will be speaking with the CEO of several companies and organizations, the Hustler from the hood, the janitor, the stylist and sports royalty. Stay tuned weekly subscribe Shegetitdone on all social platforms.
There is a Hustle in Everything I do. This is my intro episode to highlight my random thoughts and too get you ready for season 1 of Micheal Uninterrupted. I learned from In living color back in the day the value of have multiple hustles. This podcast is about real issues that deal with real people. And I want all people to be able to relate to Micheal Uninterrupted the black kid that has never hiked for fun, the corporate executive that says they have black friends sorry they count but don’t count in the equation I’m thinking about. Think about it like This the Fresh Prince of Bel Air the cousin Carlton. Case closed. Black people have white friends like Tommy from Power. Just a preview of conversations to come. Sometime I will talk to myself and if someone accepts I will have a few guest. Not a writer I just vent a lot.