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Episode 51: Taking Life's Lemons and Turning them into Lemonade: A Conversation with Terri Lomax

In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of Terri Lomax . Terri Lomax is a globally recognized podcaster, speaker, and brand strategist. The founder and visionary for the Mocha Girls Pit Stop blog and co-founder of the H.E.R Space Podcast, she empowers entrepreneurs to leverage social media and personal branding to grow their audience, impact, and bank account. Her lifelong desire to help others overcome adversity was birthed from a place of hurt and pain. As a child, her resilience enabled her to overcome physical and verbal abuse and defy statistics about children with incarcerated parents. In her new book, How to Glow Up As You Grow Up: Your Go-To Guide for Overcoming Obstacles and Making Lemonade, Terri shares her personal story of triumph over tragedy and...

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Episode 39: Moving through your Fulfillment Factor -- A Conversation with Brittany Sherell

In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of Brittany Sherell. Brittany is a Power-Packed Speaker, Coach, and Author who helps High-Achieving Women live with meaning and lead with confidence. Brittany is known for her high-energy, engaging approach to learning and development. Her practical approaches to achieving results are easy to incorporate without ever getting overwhelmed.

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Episode 23: Building a Global Community for Women of Color Podcasters: A Conversation with Danielle Desir

In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of Danielle Desir. Danielle is an author, writer, podcaster, and founder of the growing super community -- WOC (Women of Color) Podcasters that is home to over 2500 members from over 50 countries around the world. WOC Podcasters is the first community of its kind dedicated to the growth and representation of women in the podcasting industry. From esteemed women of color podcasters to aspiring podcasters looking to get started, Danielle created this community so women of color could access the necessary resources to prosper along their creative journeys.

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