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Makisha Boothe

9 Podcast Episodes

Latest 6 Nov 2021 | Updated Daily

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Preparing the Budget with Makisha Boothe

Nonprofit Ace Podcast

Hello guys and welcome back to The Nonprofit Ace Podcast! This is part 2 of our conversation with Makisha Boothe. Makisha is back to discuss the one thing organizations should consider when putting together a budget and how this plays a role in the execution of any strategic plans they may have. It’s a brief but informative conversation that can help you build and effectively manage your organization's finances. Check it out! Download your FREE Fraud Risk Assessment here: http://cnrgaccountingadvisory.com/fraud Connect with Chyla and CNRG Accounting Advisory: Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cnrgadvisory/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cnrgadvisory/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cnrgadvisory Connect with us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chyla-graham-cpa-94a30280/ Take the Impact Basics course - https://cnrg-school.thinkific.com/courses/impact-basics Book a Strategy Session - https://calendly.com/cnrg/strategy Connect with Makisha: Sistah Biz Makisha's LinkedIn

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26 Oct 2021

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Interview with Makisha Boothe

Nonprofit Ace Podcast

Hello guys! Today on The Nonprofit Ace Podcast, I am joined by Makisha Boothe! Based out of Denver, CO, Makisha is a business coach and founder of Sistah Biz, a nonprofit/for-profit organization that works with black women entrepreneurs. We had a great conversation about her beginnings, her business model, and what’s in store for the future. Tune in and thank you so much for joining us!  Closer Look Working with black women entrepreneurs  Makisha’s business model  Prioritizing goals in your vision  Using project management tools effectively  Understanding the entrepreneur’s journey  Download your FREE Fraud Risk Assessment here: http://cnrgaccountingadvisory.com/fraud Connect with Chyla and CNRG Accounting Advisory: Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cnrgadvisory/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cnrgadvisory/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cnrgadvisory Connect with us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chyla-graham-cpa-94a30280/ Take the Impact Basics course - https://cnrg-school.thinkific.com/courses/impact-basics Book a Strategy Session - https://calendly.com/cnrg/strategy Connect with Makisha: Sistah Biz Makisha's LinkedIn

19mins

19 Oct 2021

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170. Tell Me More, Tell Me More with Makisha Boothe

Brunch and Slay Podcast

Makisha Boothe is proving she knows how to accelerate business and she is sharing all her best advice with us. From creating business systems to the importance of finding your niche market, to the steps you need to take before quitting your 9-5.Makiesha coaches women through the process of business models, designs, and theories of action to excel. She is giving us a new perspective on what it means to set yourself up for success.What you'll learn from Makiesha Booth:The difference between a business accelerator and business incubator.How to spend the first few years of your business on improvements and upgrading.How to compete with the large corporations through niching down.Social Media Handle Links:https://www.sistah.biz/ https://www.sistah.biz/business-academy/ https://www.instagram.com/sistahbiz/ https://www.facebook.com/sistahbiz/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/sistahbiz/?source_id=1339488402800323

50mins

29 Sep 2020

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Overcoming Racial Trauma in Business With Makisha Boothe

SheVentures

Spoiler alert: If you want to eavesdrop on a candid conversation about being a black female entrepreneur, this is a must listen. Imagine being told repeatedly that no market or need for your business exists — yet your experience and social and financial acumen tell you otherwise.  Makisha Boothe experienced this firsthand; now she helps other black women navigate their business lives.  Raised by strong women who were adamant she wouldn’t get stuck in the “system,” Boothe has spent five years building a black female entrepreneur community with Sistah Biz. “If just one woman crosses the six-figure line and breaks the cycle of poverty in her family, it’s empowering.” A nonprofit accelerator for black female entrepreneurs, Sistah Biz offers free and low-cost business coaching sessions and courses. In 2019 alone, the company provided 151 free coaching sessions, 12 weeks of free business bootcamps, and scholarships to aspiring entrepreneurs. Check out Boothe’s work, and if it’s close to your heart, you can make a donation. Listen as Boothe discusses the landscape of black women business owners, dealing with racial trauma, and acknowledging how the #BlackLivesMatter movement impacts her work and life. Boothe also emphasizes self care, pacing oneself, and creating a sustainable business plan supported by a community that supports you. “We are building success on our own terms and in our own way,” says Boothe. Listen to her candid tips on being a black female entrepreneur on this episode of SheVentures.

52mins

17 Jul 2020

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EP22 - How Bankable is Your Business? A Conversation with Makisha Boothe

Sisternomics

Makisha Boothe is one of the staunches advocates for black women business owners I have ever met. In this episode she speaks matter-of-factly about the challenges small businesses may be facing right now and how to fortify your business infrastructure so you can survive downturns, crises and pandemics. As the founder and head coach of Sistahbiz Global Network, Makisha provides tons of resources (and funding) to help you build a business that is scalable and bankable. To connect with Makisha, visit: Sistah.Biz

34mins

5 May 2020

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33. Sistahbiz Global Network Founder Makisha Boothe on Launching the Nation’s First Small Business Loan Fund for Black Women Entrepreneurs

Dear Diaspora

For today’s episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing Makisha Boothe, Founder and Head Business Coach of Sistahbiz Global Network. Sistahbiz Global Network is business accelerator for Black women entrepreneurs. Makisha is also principal of Pivot Innovation Solutions, a strategic facilitation and planning agency in Denver, Colorado. Recently, Sistahbiz launched one of the nation's first small business loan fund for Black women entrepreneurs. The Sistahbiz Loan Fund addresses inequitable access to capital for a fast-growing, underfunded demographic of entrepreneurs. Qualified applicants will have access to loans of $500 - $50,000 and so far, the Sistahbiz Loan Fund has secured $250,000! During the episode, Makisha shares: Her upbringing in New York and her life now in Denver, CO How she left her 6-figure government job and launched Sistahbiz Global Network How intersectionalities often leave Black women-owned businesses underfunded Who can apply for funding from the Sistahbiz Loan Fund How COVID-19 is impacting Black women-owned businesses and much more! “We stand on the shoulders of so many great ancestors—there’s this unity across the Diaspora that makes you feel like we’re family no matter where you’re born.” – Makisha Boothe Visit their website:https://www.sistah.biz Follow@sistahbiz on Instagram Sistahbiz Global Network on FB Subscribe to Dear Diaspora’s newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gZpu79 Dear Diaspora Twitter:https://twitter.com/deardiasporapod Dear Diaspora FB Community: https://www.facebook.com/deardiaspora Dear Diaspora Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/deardiaspora/

42mins

26 Apr 2020

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Now You Know (Featuring Makisha Boothe)

Marlene Holmes

Marley opens this episode with guided meditation as the world continues to navigate through this pandemic known as COVID-19. She recognizes that happiness, safety, and stability are lost in this new way of living. Marley is a certified meditation instructor and truly believes that even in the midst or sadness and sorrow, stillness can still speak.During the second segment, "Who Got Next," Marley is thrilled to introduce Founder and Head Coach Makisha Boothe of Sistahbiz Global Network. Together they discuss the journey of entrepreneurship and essential skills that a new business must encompass to succeed. As founder of Sistahbiz Global Network, a business accelerator for Black women entrepreneurs. Sistahbiz Global Network helps Black women solopreneurs and micro-businesses build measurable, profitable businesses. As a rapid improvement coach, Makisha helps small businesses rethink their revenue strategies, brands, systems, resource allocation, and human capital strategies.Also be sure to watch and subscribe to Marley's YouTube Channel for past interviews:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpBOGsp8qvwNSrNVdrjLGew/Contact Marley:Email: thebfcaexperience@gmail.comIG: thebfcaexperience@gmail.com @yupshesaiditWebsite: www.marleneholmes.comContact Sistahbiz:Email: team@sistah.bizIG: @sistahbiz--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yup-she-said-it/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/yup-she-said-it/support

32mins

5 Apr 2020

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Makisha Boothe: Founder and Head Business Coach of Sistahbiz Global Network, a business accelerator for Black women entrepreneurs – Episode 146

Extraordinary Women Radio

Today on Extraordinary Women Radio, I'm excited to bring you this extraordinary woman - Makisha Boothe: Founder and Head Business Coach of Sistahbiz Global Network, a business accelerator for Black women entrepreneurs.In this episode we jam on thinking bigger and moving through fear, and more! Hear about how Makisha started Sistahbiz for Black women entrepreneurs How Sistahbiz grew from a Facebook group to a thriving business community online How Makisha is helping women learn about how to access capital with emotional and mental readiness The biggest challenges and opportunities lined up for Sistahbiz Makisha’s support system and strategies for self-care that contribute to business success How to muster the courage to grow your business Learn how to face your fears and get your confidence back How Makisha’s clients call her “the business therapist” Makisha’s source of inspiration and happinessHonored by the Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce with the Clara Brown Award, Recipient of the U.S. Small Business Administration Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for Region and State of Colorado in 2007, Makisha Boothe is Founder and Head Business Coach of Sistahbiz Global Network, a business accelerator for Black women entrepreneurs.Sistahbiz Global Network helps Black women solopreneurs and microbusinesses build scalable, sellable businesses. As a rapid improvement coach, Makisha helps small businesses rethink their revenue strategies, brands, systems, resource allocation, and human capital strategies.  As principal of Pivot Innovation Solutions, a strategic facilitation and planning agency in Denver, Colorado, Makisha is a sought after strategist for organizational development, community engagement, and diversity, inclusion and equity work.“Women are trying to build businesses with nothing to fuel it other than their passion.” - Makisha BootheDiscover more about Makisha's works and passion on her website: Sistah Biz. You can also connect with her on LinkedIn and follow her on Twitter and Facebook.Let’s meet Makisha Boothe!Makisha Boothe Show Notes

29mins

14 Mar 2020

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The Support Network for Black Women in Business: Interview with Makisha Boothe, Founder of Sistahpreneurs

Women Who Badass Radio

In this interview Makisha Booth shares how a traumatic workplace event gave her the fuel to create a space for black women in business. Sistahpreneurs is on a mission to provide a business guidance and support network to help driven women thrive in business ownership.

41mins

27 Sep 2018