We are thrilled to continue these important conversations with smart folks. This week's episode is a conversation with coach and therapist Kimberly Mathis. We talk about the difference between coaching and therapy, compassionate goal setting, our Year Compass facebook group, and our upcoming workshops. SO GOOD.
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New things are happening in 2021! This episode is now the #whattheysaidproject, thanks to the astute guidance of our next guest.
Caitlin Fisher is an author, coach and creative. In this episode we talk all things pronouns, gender, queer coding, millennial, and how not to be a jerk.
Caitlin has agreed to come back monthly, so send us your questions: email@example.com
CW: language, LGBTQ discussions ;)
Find out more about Caitlin and their book:
The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation on Amazon or wherever books are sold online: (bit.ly/GaslightingMillennials)
@CaitlinFisherAuthor on IG and Facebook
@CaitLizFisher on Twitter
In this season, we share stories and interviews of "Love, Light, Levity, and other L words that bring us JOY."
Our first storyteller of the season is actress and drama teacher Lakeetha Blakeney. She shares the LOVE story that came into her life in her 40th year and even during the pandemic.
If you feel moved to do so, we welcome your tips: $LakeethaBlakeney80
If you're super into spreading cash app love, we won't say no: $whatshesaidproject
Stay tuned this season as we roll out the love one episode at a time.
#love #stories #storytelling #storySlam #whatshesaidproject #queer #LGBTQ+ #pride
You want more #actingtips and #actingtricks to making your way in the #businessofacting? Our beloved @arischaisastar is dropping knowledge all over the place! And we feel the #love.
This is part 2 of our interview with @arischaisastar. Thanks for listening!
#atlactor #laactor #podcast #shepodcasts #whatshesaidproject
In Part 1, we talk with the amazing actress Arischa Conner. She talks about #supportive adults, #creative education, #community, #acting, #film and #tv, and why she decided to go #fulltime to get her #dreamlife. This amazing love bug of a human will leave you wanting more (next week). There are some tips and tricks for #actors, so don't miss this and next week's episode!
In this conversation, we talk to our newest friend and badass human Serena Hicks, coach and founder of antiracismschool.com. We discuss #antiracism education #coaching #discomfort #blackandbrownbodytrauma #community #shame #goals.
She's amazing, and I want you to go find out about her course launching Tuesday July 21: antiracismschool.com! Also, coaching and more on her page: serenahicks.com.
In this episode, we meet Ayana Crawford: Organizer, Activist, Consultant, Speaker, Writer, entrepreneuHer, and Community Liaison. We talk organizing, political careers, community activism, antiracist education, self care. She's an emerging leader with a bright future, and we are so lucky to get to know her.
In this epsisode, Jazmyne and I talk about #antiracist values in education, educational reform, the importance of policy, advocacy, and police reform. This amazing young leader will give you great hope for our future.
#antiracist #youngleader #policyreform #blacklivesmattersc #policereform #educationreform #teachers #student
This episode is a conversation with Demetrius Hill, co-founder of I Can't Breathe, SC (also Black Lives Matter SC). We discuss foundational information for white folks interested in learning how to be #antiracist.
Rebecca Davis is a trauma therapist who co-founded AR-TIC, LLC (anti-racist trauma informed care). Shannon interviews Rebecca about her work, her self, and some guiding principles of anti-racist education.
On this episode we talk to the host, Shannon, and her daughter, Zoe, about a shift happening in their world. Zoe shares her a story about kimchi. Our featured storyteller for this episode is Jerry, who has a shift in heart.
This is our second episode of our Virtual Story Slam. Our theme for this season is SHIFT. On this episode, you will be introduced to Connie. Connie beautifully tells a story about how shift showed up in a few ways in her life, in her relationship with her mother, and ultimately, in how she saw herself.
In this episode, you will be introduced to our new storytelling format, the Virtual Story Slam. Our first storyteller is Amy. She tells a story about shift in her life, while waiting for a butterfly to emerge.