Welcome to the women's lifestyle podcast dedicated to inspiring purposeful living with a healthy mindset and some occasional girlish behavior! Join Valerie Winrow for a dose of power for living a better life mentally, spiritually, emotionally and financially. Let’s see where the journey takes us!
At its core, story is about cause and effect. Your brain is wired to learn through story. In this episode we are talking to Cherie Hardy of Avant Garde Books, about how we shape our minds to build our lives, and the importance of gratitude and hope for a better future.
Seasons are changing, why not you? Imagine a new and better you as the seasons of your life come and go. There is so much living to do, so may opportunities to live an amazing life. Why hold onto things that no longer serve you and keep you bound to the past?
When it comes to romance and finance, how much does love really count? Shouldn't love just be enough without the worry of money to mix it all up? In this episode, my husband Dwayne and I peel back the layers of our relationship as it relates to how we invest and spend our money.
Are you new to real estate investing or thinking about becoming an investor? Seattle, Washington based Real Estate Investor, Broker Leka Devatha, wants to empower and motivate others to see that their dreams can come true.
It’s time to check in with ourselves. Are we ok? There’s a lot going on in our world, weird & negative politics, lives of people of color are in peril, a global pandemic ... the heaviness can really get you down, listen to this episode to learn some simple and easy ways to cope.
In this episode we take a look back at Juneteenth 2020 with Aniyah Vines & Cassandra West of The Live Movement and with a response to the current times we will talk to Atlanta Visual Artist Charmaine Minnefield working in West Africa, The Gambia continuing her work of connecting the past to the present. Special appreciation to Gambian Musical Artist, Sona Jobarteh for the music for today’s show. I do not own the rights to the music of Sona Jobarteh, I am only sharing snippets.
In this episode we’ll meet Jessi Queen, an award winning Atlanta, GA based chalk artist whose recent “Eyeball” on the pavement has us talking about how people of all races and ethnicities can help to create awareness and address systemic racism. Also, Jonathan Mayo, Director of Corporate Engagement at Year Up joins us to talk about Juneteenth, the annual celebration of the Emancipation of Slavery.
Meet Jamisa McIvor-Bennett, a 26 year-old Real Estate Investor/Entrepreneur & owner of Rosebuds Investments. She holds a $4M property portfolio, and helps others to build wealth through real estate investing.
What if this global crisis, COVID-19 was the only way that we could be called higher and taken lower in order to reset how we live? In this show we pose a series of “what if” questions to help you find your center and some semblance of peace in midst of turmoil.
What happens when you infuse jazz with a flash of just the right amount of spice? Could it be the ingredients to the perfect blend of passion and purpose? In this episode we’ll meet Sam Yi, owner and operator of “Brew & Bird,” fast becoming among the south’s most sought after area dining experiences.
Your Money Mindset & the “Latte Factor,” a review of the new book by David Bach, New York Times best selling finance author. The following resources are referenced in this show: www.yesthatgirl.com www.marieforeleo.com www.audible.com www.acorns.com
Change your mind, change your life. In this episode we are talking about your money and your mindset. When you think differently about your financial well being you’ll be surprised at how much your daily living will improve.
Join me in celebrating the 2-year anniversary of my memoir, which I started writing after one day looking into the mirror and forcing myself to see through my tears; I wondered who’s that girl?” What is she becoming, where is she going, and why won’t she leave the past behind so she can move on?
Do you have friends inside your head? People you've never actually met but inside your mind's eye they're someone you'd be cool with? No, that's not cray-cray, its called having a healthy and open imagination! (LOL) Well, maybe a weird sense of humor... Meet my Auntie Oprah and my big sister Michelle as we do a side by side comparison of our memoirs "Becoming" and "Who's That Girl?" Michelle Obama and I have quite a few things in common. Join us as Oprah Winfrey gets down the nitty gritty in both our lives...inside my head.
The power of choice is a gift! Choose wisely, your life depends on it. Our lives are a culmination of not only our experiences, but the choices we make along the way. They all lead to every encounter and circumstance we face.
Welcome to my new podcast dedicated to inspiring and encouraging purposeful living through self-awareness, health and wellness. In this intro episode I am celebrating my new memoir “Who’s That Girl?” which is the basis for the podcast. I talk about my own experiences and encourage you to share with me on the path to living life to the absolute fullest! Join me and let’s see where the journey takes us!