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Welcome to the Boss Your Life Up (BYLU) Campaign Podcast, where we remind Millennials on their journey to self-integration that they are not alone. Here we acknowledge imperfections, celebrate growth, recognize the strength in vulnerability, and strive to be authentic. So, if you want to live your best life by flourishing intellectually, physically, financially, spiritually, and emotionally; then you are in the right place. Join in on the conversation with founders Daniel Nutakor and Nathan ...
 
Welcome to the AfroEconomics with JB Bryan Podcast! Visit the website www.AfroEconomics.com for details on events, books, and membership. JB Bryan is a pioneer in the investment industry. In her podcast she shares POWERFUL financial tips. AfroEconomics is JB Bryan's Trademarked Financial Management Program based on her 10 key financial principles from her book AfroEconomics: Our Black Wealth Matters. Check her out! Get EMPOWERED!
 
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Today we’re showing up for Juneteenth 2021. With Detroit griot Marsha Music, host Baratunde Thurston, and image-activist Michaela Angela Davis. These are the voices of Black expression — told on the front porch with our future at the forefront. Join these icons for a celebration of our legacy as a People. From our family to yours, Happy Juneteenth!…
 
Black mothers and Black women are the heart and soul of the Black community. It’s important that we recognize disparities that are shortening our lives and inevitably taking away from our greatness. On this episode of More Than That, we are taking a microscopic look at Black Women’s health and self-advocacy — these systemic challenges must be overc…
 
Creativity, problem solving, and the improvement of early technologies have all stemmed from Black history. We now see it in the networks of Black technology entrepreneurs, and in the advent of safe spaces for the development and incubation of emerging concepts. In this cultural moment, Black folks are hyper focused on innovating and building a fut…
 
Plans, policy, apology and advocacy are what we need now. In this episode, we’re calling it all out. 54 years ago, Dr. MLK Jr.’s powerful speech, The Other America, ignited a new hope for our great nation. On this hard-hitting episode, we’re joined by three powerful voices; social advocates reshaping the political landscape. What does the future ho…
 
On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss "The Law of Sowing and Reaping" the February article, where Nate breaks down the law of sowing and reaping by looking at the farming process and unpacking what it means to effectively sow and reap in real life. Thanks for the continued support, and feel free to send any questio…
 
There’s a beat that permeates the culture, and almost every Black family. Our homes are filled with music, love, soul, food, laughter and faith. This episode we’ll get into the history and the joy with Judge Lynn Toler (also a mother) and Writer-Director Kenya Barris (also a father) of Black-ish— on how our family units have evolved. Resources: My …
 
Black visual artists elevate the diaspora to surface much of the ingenuity we see in our daily lives. A prismatic vision of possibility — at the intersection of art and culture, we delve into the role art plays in society and how Black people see themselves. Larry Ossei-Mensah, ARTNOIR Founder and an ArtNet 2020 Innovator, plus the Founders of Broo…
 
The mind • body • soul connection is our greatness. Health and healthy choices are the center of our soulful theme this week. Hear real stories from wellness experts and holistic practitioners like Samantha Foxx from Mother's Finest Urban Farms, Lauren Ash, founder of Black Girl in Om, and wellness coach Wendell Jones. Resources: Mother's Finest Ur…
 
How we eat is revolutionary. This week we get into food with celebrity chef and farmer, Chef Akhi, and (!) Pinky Cole from Slutty Vegan in ATL. We’ve reclaimed our relationship to healthy food and the sustainability of fresh produce. With more and more access to information, the movement to ‘Be More Vegan’ is front and center of the social discours…
 
We look through the lens of Black Wall Street with investor Arian Simone into how we should invest, protect and grow our resources to build long-lasting legacy. In the spirit of abundance and with a heart of gratitude, this powerful co-founder of Fearless Fund shares her motivation with us. And there are new horizons for Black generational wealth; …
 
On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss “Feeling Comfortable” the January article, where Nate asks the question, as a Black professional in corporate America whose responsibility is it to make me feel comfortable and welcomed? Thanks for the continued support, and feel free to send any questions or feedback you have …
 
Join us for gems from The Real Housewives of New York’s first Black cast member, attorney and late-night TV host, Eboni K Williams; and talk diversity with producer-writer, Shukree Tilghman, from This Is Us. In our season premiere, we explore perspectives and discuss genre-bending narratives. These inspiring, bold creators propel the culture of Hol…
 
On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss their 2021 plans and recap the lessons learned from 2020. Tune in as Danny discussing going back to corporate and the challenges of his transition, how 2020 crushed many people's spirit, and the importance of finding your identity. Thanks for the continued support, and feel fre…
 
JB Bryan and AfroEconomics members answer personal questions about 2020.... What was your most important accomplishment this past year? What were you hoping to accomplish that didn’t happen? What are you most grateful for right now? What areas of your life are you most satisfied with right now? What were the biggest lessons you learned during the p…
 
On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss “Blind Spots” the September article, where Nate shares his blind spots and the impact it's had on him throughout his entrepreneurial journey. Tune in as we discuss the DISC Index assessment, the correlation between blind spots and vision, and tips for mitigating the risk of bli…
 
This week's podcast is Bible based financial empowerment. It features a LIVE online fundraising event presented for a non-profit that provides transitional housing for victims of domestic violence in Virginia. To donate to Yeshua's House use Cash App at $YeshuasHouse please note a AfroEconomics Fundraiser with your donation. To attend more financia…
 
This is a speech by Frederick Douglas as he boldly fought for the freedom of slaves in the 1850s. The title: What to the American slave is Your 4th of July? Douglas "I say it with a sad sense of the disparity between us. I am not included within the pale of glorious anniversary! Your high independence only reveals the immeasurable distance between …
 
PODCAST: You are revolutionary… YOU have the power to create the change we need in this world. You are a unifier… Brothers, you encourage us to build in solidarity. Today I also salute our Black men for being forgiving. Thank you for believing in our future - even when a dead-end is so much easier to see. It takes strength to still make plans - whe…
 
On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan give a COVID-19 update and discuss the current state of Black America. Tune in as we share our thoughts on companies showing their solidarity with the black community, discuss what it will require to obtain black equality and prosperity, and remind folks that no one is coming to save t…
 
“A man’s gift makes room for him, And brings him before great men.” – Proverbs 18:16 On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss “Talented & Gifted” the April article, where Nate shares why you should use this time of self-isolation during COVID-19 to discover your gifts. Tune in as Danny and Nate discuss the differences…
 
Happy Mother’s Day … lets celebrate! Let’s celebrate that we are ENOUGH - our love for God is good enough to qualify us for grace. WE can be so busy trying to impress God that we never take the time to GET the GOOD part - the message and purpose God has for YOU. God has a message just for you and only you can get it - God speaks directly to YOU. BU…
 
Happy Mother’s Day … lets celebrate! Let’s celebrate that we are ENOUGH - our love for God is good enough to qualify us for grace. WE can be so busy trying to impress God that we never take the time to GET the GOOD part - the message and purpose God has for YOU. God has a message just for you and only you can get it - God speaks directly to YOU. BU…
 
Often when buying investment properties - too many of us focus only on the cash flow. However, there are greater benefits that are sometimes overlooked – rental property depreciation, 1031 exchanges, and tax benefits. It can get complicated but we want to lay it all out for you. Plus meet AfroEconomics members that were kind enough to share their e…
 
PODCAST: The life of Jesus in the New Testament is primarily outlined in Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Those books of the Bible include his family, his nativity, his ministry, his passion, resurrection and ascension. On April 12, 2020 - we acknowledge the resurrection of Jesus, but let us also be thankful for - the completion- the ascension of Jesu…
 
Recorded LIVE 04.06.2020. National radio show host , Carl Nelson interviews Investment Advisor, JB Bryan the creator of AfroEconomics. Carl Nelson allows his listeners to ask direct personal questions regarding how to address financial challenges and investment goals during today's Conoavirus Pandemic of 2020.…
 
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