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Kelita Kellman is an international business coach who has helped over 500 online coaches and service providers start, build and grow their online business. Kelita shows coaches and service providers how to attract clients on autopilot and generate consistent cashflow using strategic content and simple systems. Big takeaways from this episode: 1. Lo…
 
David Shands is an inspiration to anyone with an idea to create what doesn’t yet exist. With entrepreneurship being his overarching area of expertise, David works to inspire and uplift many with his brand tag line “If you lose sleep doing what you love, you will eventually live the dream that you only would have dreamt”. David shares his journey of…
 
Dr Rhonda Bryant is a truth-seeker, truth-teller, and truth-maker. As an expert on child/youth development and education policy, she has worked for over 20 years as an advocate for fair policies and programming to benefit America’s youth. Her passion is for the needs of low-income children and children of color. Dr. Bryant is an author and speaker …
 
Lovener Walcott-Wightman is a Business Strategist who helps entrepreneurs and business owners implement strategic processes and procedures to work smarter and not harder so they can be more efficient, save time and hit the kind of numbers they desire in their business. Here are a few take-aways from this interview: 1. Consistency is key It is impor…
 
Matthew Goins and his wife Marnel, started Puzzle Huddle in January 2018. They have 3 children under the age of 6 years old who love puzzles. The Goins were frustrated by the lack of diverse images on commercially produced puzzles. The family began creating unique designs. Their company provides puzzles that showcases inclusive images that children…
 
Mr Ant Davis (@mrantdavis) is one of the funniest social media comedians who puts out content that is relatable and the whole family can enjoy. Ant shares in this episode how he figured out his gift for finding humor in simple things by growing up in the church. He connected with @kevonstage and Jason Fredericks and they formed the Playmakers. Here…
 
Kymone shares on this episode the challenges that come with being a creative person. As with anything that can work for you, your creativity if you are not careful, can work against you. In this episode we looked at these challenges: 1. Not sticking to a plan 2. Not mastering a method 3. Undue personal stress and pressure 4. Frustrating to follow L…
 
What does it mean to be in business? Well one of the first things you realize is you have to make money to stay in business. Our guest for this episode, David Arrington, started his business in 2012, but kicked it into high gear in late 2015. His company is called Arrington Coaching and their focus is on Leadership Development. David shares some ne…
 
We are back after a month off. This episode is a very personal and transparent one. Kymone shares where he's been, what he's been doing and some important lessons learned during the break. Lesson #1 - You are making a bigger impact than you realize We may be questioning our reach, our impact and the difference we are actually making with the work w…
 
Jenelle Jack helps experts and creatives to write their book, share their story and make an impact. In this episode we learn that Jenelle always had an interest in writing but was afraid to put herself out there. Jenelle is an overcomer after having to learn to walk again after a hit and run accident. That spirit came through in this episode as Jen…
 
Latarsha Horne, Coach Tarsh, is a Certified Professional Coach with over ten years of experience in learning and development as an instructional designer, training facilitator, learning strategist, and performance improvement coach. She helps clients unlock their potential and get more of the results they want through self-empowerment, inspired-act…
 
Rachel Frescino is a creative at heart who loves innovation and is thrilled to be an educator. She is passionate about student engagement and creating rich, hands-on experiences that make learning come to life. Besides teaching her students, Rachel is also an entrepreneur. She creates materials to use in the classroom and then shares them with othe…
 
Simone Cameron is the CEO and Founder of Annek Marketing Group. Her background is in the area of Public Relations and the majority of her work experience was in fundraising, volunteer management and event planning. Writing and editing were always things Simone knew she was good at. She has always had a way with words but never thought she could mak…
 
Kirk Nugent is an innovator, leader and media consultant. He pursued a degree and career in Information Technology (IT) and working in that field allowed him to work in various environments. Kirk quickly learned that in the field of IT, and really in any discipline, you have to leave room for discovery. His naturally inquisitive nature opened doors…
 
We celebrate reaching the milestone of 50 episodes of the podcast. Kymone shares his struggle with recording such a personal episode. We are taught to be humble and not boast about what we are good at. A lot of times we take it to extremes and we discount what we are good at. This episode challenges us to value what we are good at. We go through th…
 
Kevin B. Jennings is back with us by popular demand after giving us so much value on Episode 47. In this episode we talked about driving our schedules rather than having our schedules drive us. Kevin shared about a retreat he went to in October 2015 that changed his perception of planning his schedule. "Before anyone asks me, my schedule already re…
 
Have you ever wondered if your unique way of looking at the world was wrong? Did you question the fact that you questioned things that others accepted? Kevin M. Carrington grew up in a family of entrepreneurs and learned from an early age that his different way of looking at things was actually an advantage. He saw his father build a business and p…
 
Kevin B. Jennings has worked with some of the biggest influencers today. From Dave Ramsey to Tony Robbins to Oprah Winfrey and more, Kevin's work as a brand and marketing strategist and business designer has had great impact. He describes himself as a cheerleader, dreamer and a sinner saved by grace. Kevin was exposed to the music industry and devo…
 
Nadia Pitter is a certified women's empowerment life coach. She is the owner of Life Cycle Life Coaching Services. In this episode we discuss how Nadia felt stuck after accomplishing her goals of graduating college and getting a job in her field of study. She had that feeling that "there must be something more." Nadia went through a process of intr…
 
Latisha Stephens is a Personal Life Coach, Money Management Builder, Mompreneur and property management professional. She has always had confidence in herself to get it done. Latisha stepped out and applied for a major property management job soon after college. Latisha's first business was a tax preparation business she launched with skills she de…
 
Bianca Shellie-Robinson is a business architect. She is the CEO of Cayden Cay Consulting, an Operational Management Firm. Bianca started making real money in her business when she started being transparent with her life and what was going on. "People buy people not businesses. If you want to make money on social media you have to be social." She re…
 
Ryan Moor is the CEO and founder of Ryonet, the biggest screen printing equipment manufacturer and supply company. He has always had an entrepreneurial mind. Ryan started at a young age and has had multiple gigs. On the mindset you need: "You need a goal that's bigger than what you are doing right then. You need an incredible amount of drive. Under…
 
Eboni Green is the CEO and Founder of Twenty Twenty Visionary. Both of her degrees are in media and technology and as a teen she wanted to start her own radio station. Eboni on what it takes to start a business - "Sometimes we make things harder than they need to be." She shared a quote with us: "You approached it like it was heavy and so it was." …
 
Many times in life we don't take the time to celebrate our own accomplishments. We don't celebrate because We haven't reached the final goal We don't think what we have done is significant We don't think we are worthy of celebration In this episode we learned that celebration boosts our well-being, reinforces good behavior, prepares us for future a…
 
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