Mizz Jasz is a writer, educator, poet, and entrepreneur. She talks about how she started her non profit, Urgent365, all the while trying to juggle being a teacher, and a writer/poet. Eventually her gift of writing and trying to build her nonprofit was taking up most of her time and she had to make a choice to leave the stability of teaching to another path that she had to create. Jasz tells how she kept evolving as her gift started taking charge.
On this episode is travel expert and organizer, Adil Ismaaeel. We discuss all of the fears, joys, and nuances that come with traveling. He also gives some traveling tips for those who want to get more stamps on their passport.
This episode features rapper and entrepreneur Chillmoody. We talk about how Chill has navigated the music industry and achieved success all while defining success on his terms and bringing that success to his hometown, instead searching elsewhere for it.
On this episode of Vision Matters we talk to Anthony Copeman, the creator of Shares Tv, a web series helping millennials manage money. We talk about everything from the black tax to money saving strategies.
On this episode I talk to the founder of Glbvllg (Global Village) and the Village Jam. We talk about how he came up with the event and how he sets his brand and himself apart by being more authentic to who he really is. We also talk about purpose, understanding your value as a creative and more. Anyone that is trying to create authentic experiences for their audiences should really listen.
Lester London (also know as Famey), is a rapper and entrepreneur that has experienced being signed and independent. We talk his experience being a signed artist and why he chose to rebrand himself independently. He also gives tips to artists on finding a team, balancing your dream with making a living, handling fame, finding your niche as an artist, creating through blocks, and staying authentic to your brand.
Andre Wyze is an entrepreneur, poet, and speaker. He talks about his journey of moving to California without knowing anyone and the universe still making a way. We also talk about manifestations, his upcoming documentary, and his journey to believing in himself. We also have an in depth conversation about the place love has in our hopes and dreams.
David Nazario, a speaker, and author of "Make Love Your Religion" discusses how we can start succeeding at doing what we love in all areas of all life. We also speak on the dangers of chasing money, how to follow our own paths, and different exercises that can be used to help you along in your journey.
Antoinette K Minor is a digital marketing entrepreneur and she talks about her journey into entrepreneurship, how she took that leap and what it took for her to be successful. She also gives some tips to people looking to go into entrepreneurship and how to find your passion when you're unhappy at your job.