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Yvette Taylor

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Align Your Energy, Get In Flow - With Yvette Taylor

The Smart Connector

In this powerful interview, Jane and Yvette discuss how to create an ideal flow state in business and life. They also talk about the law of attraction, how manifestation really works and why it is frequently misquoted and misunderstood. Yvette Taylor is a Success and Spiritual Coach and Mentor. She’s also the proud creator of EAM - The Energy Alignment Method, which is a rapid transformation and law of attraction method. Having spent over 17 years working in personal transformation, EAM is the ultimate evolution of so much of the work Yvette has done. Do you have a way to ‘get in flow’? And if so, what do you do? ABOUT THE HOST: Jane Bayler is a serial entrepreneur, investor, speaker, event host and business scale up expert. She had a 20 year history in global media and advertising, before becoming a serial entrepreneur herself, with multiple businesses in real estate, marketing and education. Having grown and sold a £6M brand identity business to US communications group Interpublic, today she is most passionate about and committed to serving other entrepreneurs – helping them grow their businesses and achieve their best lives.  Enquire about working 1:1 with Jane, book a call here: https://bit.ly/2Z07DML Join Jane’s free Masterclass to discover her Triple C HyperGrowth system - to scale up your business and attract your ideal clients, here: https://idealclientsuccess.com/masterclass

49mins

19 Oct 2021

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Do the Thing You’re Here For—with Yvette Taylor - 116

Wickedly Smart Women

Are you hiding from your calling? Yvette Taylor spent years on the periphery of her purpose, building a wellness center and doing online marketing for spiritual entrepreneurs. But when she gave birth to her son, she had a conversation with the universe and said, ‘I am no longer prepared to do anything in my life that isn’t what I’m here for. And if my time is away from this little guy, it has to be the thing I’m here for because I’m not available for anything else.’ Yvette is the creator of the Energy Alignment Method or EAM, an internationally-recognized complementary therapy designed to help people shift their energy and transform their life experience. An award-winning transformational spiritual and business coach and bestselling author, Yvette has 20 years of experience in the self-development space, and she has trained over 100 mentors to share EAM with 50,000-plus people all over the world. On this episode of Wickedly Smart Women, Yvette joins Anjel to explain why she initially hid from her calling to bring EAM to the world, describing how she was immersed in energy work but wasn’t fully living it. She shares her decision to pursue her purpose once her son was born, discussing how she gave birth to the Energy Alignment Method at about the same time and what she’s doing to bring EAM to the world. Listen in for Yvette’s insight on taking the pressure off money to perform for you and learn to stop hiding and step into YOUR purpose!  What You Will Learn  How Yvette hid from her calling to bring EAM to the world The traumatic childhood experience that inspired Yvette’s self-development journey How Yvette was immersed in energy work but wasn’t fully living it How Yvette gave birth to her son and EAM in the same time frame Yvette’s decision to pursue her purpose (and how the universe made her available to do just that) Yvette’s process for training others to be EAM practitioners How EAM mentors create the capacity for change through their presence Yvette’s personal journey around money and vibration How taking the pressure of money to perform for you heals your relationship with it Connect with Yvette Taylor Energy Alignment Method The 5 Steps of EAM + Training Video Series Resources National Publicity Summit EFT International Master Trainer Program Connect with Anjel B. Hartwell Wickedly Smart Women Wickedly Smart Women Facebook Community Wickedly Smart Women on TeePublic The Wealthy Life Mentor The Wealthy Life Mentor on Facebook Anjel on Twitter Anjel on Instagram Email listeners@wickedlysmartwomen.com Leave Us A Message On Our listener line:   540-402-0043 x4343

29mins

25 Aug 2021

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S1 EP34 | Yvette Taylor | Voted the Top 10 Holistic Therapists In The UK to Creator of EAM - The Energy Alignment Method®

The EnSpirit Podcast with Baiju Solanki.

In this episode, we're with entrepreneur Yvette Taylor. Yvette Taylor is the creator of EAM – The Energy Alignment Method, which is an internationally recognised complementary therapy and author of The Ultimate Self help book. She has spent over 20 years using and teaching eastern principles, spiritual practices and self-development in the UK and internationally. We talk about her journey into business when realising she was fundamentally unhappy and not living her truth, how she scaled her business and the challenges she faced and advice she has for other entrepreneurs. Learn more about EAM here: https://www.energyalignmentmethod.com/ Find Yvette online here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yvettetaylor88 https://twitter.com/TheYvetteTaylor --------- How strong is your game? Find out here by taking the Change Your Game Scorecard: http://changeyourgamescorecard.com/ To find out more about EnSpirit visit www.enspirit.global Or to get in contact, e-mail us on impact@enspirit.global

47mins

19 Oct 2020

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Mariaestela in Sacred Conversation w. Yvette Taylor - Creator of The Energy Alignment Method

The Magdalene Voices

I believe that if you’re a dedicated spiritual seeker you’ll also be a very healthy skeptic. Having walked this earth through many lifetimes you’ve not only personally experienced first hand how quacks have taken advantage of the God given skills of shamans, healers, channels, medicine women, witches, brujas and oracles for their own personal gain and advantage but also how easily and willingly some people hand over their power to something outside of themselves, without a second thought. – and so, when miracles occur before your very eyes you, naturally, have a healthy, skeptic attitude towards it. This was me when I, by chance (which we all know doesn’t exist) found myself at an event last September where Yvette Taylor was speaking. Truth be told I wasn’t really into the event and had considered leaving before the end of day, but something told me to stay. When Yvette shared EAM – The Energy Alignment Method briefly on stage, I went along skeptically thinking “yeah, yeah – I’ll try this on something that’s been stuck for years and THEN we’ll see.” Well, as you’ll hear me share in today’s episode my mind was BLOWN within less than 30 min. after the session. Thing is, I know about energy. Both scientifically and spiritually I totally get it, and it’s what I believe that Yeshua and Mary Magdalene were Masters of, but until EAM I’d never experienced it. Never been able to shift it instantly AND see immediate results. Both for myself and others. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL HEAR YVETTE SHARE AND US TALK ABOUT: What EAM – The Energy Alignment Method is. The 5 steps of EAM. How EAM came to be. Why this method has come to life now. Yvette’s vision for the future of EAM. Deep healing and instant transformation. – and much, much more…   Find The Show Notes Here:  https://mariaestela.com/2019/03/the-magdalene-voices-eam-the-energy-alignment-method-w-yvette-taylor/

47mins

15 Mar 2019

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Ula Yvette Taylor, “The Promise of Patriarchy: Women and the Nation of Islam” (UNC Press, 2017)

New Books in Islamic Studies

The Nation of Islam and other black nationalist groups are typically known for their male leaders. Men like the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and Minister Malcolm X or Martin Delany and Marcus Garvey are notable examples. But what about the work of black women in these groups? Ula Yvette Taylor’s new book, The Promise of Patriarchy: Women and the Nation of Islam (University of North Carolina Press, 2017), expands our knowledge of the role of black women from the Depression-era development of Allah Temple of Islam in Detroit to the formal group known as the Nation of Islam that expanded under the leadership in the 1960s and 1970s of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. Women like Clara Muhammad, Burnsteen Sharrieff, and Thelma X Muhammad were essential to the development of the Nation of Islam’s goal of creating a black nation within the American nation. The Promise of Patriarchy shows how black women created notions of black womanhood and black motherhood that best helped them deal with the daily indignities of living in Jim Crow America.Ula Yvette Taylor is Professor and H. Michael and Jeanne Williams Department Chair in the African American Studies and African Diaspora Studies at University of California, Berkeley. Adam X. McNeil is a graduating M.A. in History student at Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts, and received his Undergraduate History degree at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University University in 2015. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/islamic-studies

1hr 13mins

11 Jan 2018

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Ula Yvette Taylor, “The Promise of Patriarchy: Women and the Nation of Islam” (UNC Press, 2017)

New Books in African American Studies

The Nation of Islam and other black nationalist groups are typically known for their male leaders. Men like the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and Minister Malcolm X or Martin Delany and Marcus Garvey are notable examples. But what about the work of black women in these groups? Ula Yvette Taylor’s new book, The Promise of Patriarchy: Women and the Nation of Islam (University of North Carolina Press, 2017), expands our knowledge of the role of black women from the Depression-era development of Allah Temple of Islam in Detroit to the formal group known as the Nation of Islam that expanded under the leadership in the 1960s and 1970s of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. Women like Clara Muhammad, Burnsteen Sharrieff, and Thelma X Muhammad were essential to the development of the Nation of Islam’s goal of creating a black nation within the American nation. The Promise of Patriarchy shows how black women created notions of black womanhood and black motherhood that best helped them deal with the daily indignities of living in Jim Crow America.Ula Yvette Taylor is Professor and H. Michael and Jeanne Williams Department Chair in the African American Studies and African Diaspora Studies at University of California, Berkeley. Adam X. McNeil is a graduating M.A. in History student at Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts, and received his Undergraduate History degree at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University University in 2015. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

1hr 13mins

11 Jan 2018

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Ula Yvette Taylor, “The Promise of Patriarchy: Women and the Nation of Islam” (UNC Press, 2017)

New Books in American Studies

The Nation of Islam and other black nationalist groups are typically known for their male leaders. Men like the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and Minister Malcolm X or Martin Delany and Marcus Garvey are notable examples. But what about the work of black women in these groups? Ula Yvette Taylor’s new book, The Promise of Patriarchy: Women and the Nation of Islam (University of North Carolina Press, 2017), expands our knowledge of the role of black women from the Depression-era development of Allah Temple of Islam in Detroit to the formal group known as the Nation of Islam that expanded under the leadership in the 1960s and 1970s of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. Women like Clara Muhammad, Burnsteen Sharrieff, and Thelma X Muhammad were essential to the development of the Nation of Islam’s goal of creating a black nation within the American nation. The Promise of Patriarchy shows how black women created notions of black womanhood and black motherhood that best helped them deal with the daily indignities of living in Jim Crow America.Ula Yvette Taylor is Professor and H. Michael and Jeanne Williams Department Chair in the African American Studies and African Diaspora Studies at University of California, Berkeley. Adam X. McNeil is a graduating M.A. in History student at Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts, and received his Undergraduate History degree at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University University in 2015. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

1hr 13mins

11 Jan 2018

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Ula Yvette Taylor, “The Promise of Patriarchy: Women and the Nation of Islam” (UNC Press, 2017)

New Books in History

The Nation of Islam and other black nationalist groups are typically known for their male leaders. Men like the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and Minister Malcolm X or Martin Delany and Marcus Garvey are notable examples. But what about the work of black women in these groups? Ula Yvette Taylor’s new book, The Promise of Patriarchy: Women and the Nation of Islam (University of North Carolina Press, 2017), expands our knowledge of the role of black women from the Depression-era development of Allah Temple of Islam in Detroit to the formal group known as the Nation of Islam that expanded under the leadership in the 1960s and 1970s of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. Women like Clara Muhammad, Burnsteen Sharrieff, and Thelma X Muhammad were essential to the development of the Nation of Islam’s goal of creating a black nation within the American nation. The Promise of Patriarchy shows how black women created notions of black womanhood and black motherhood that best helped them deal with the daily indignities of living in Jim Crow America.Ula Yvette Taylor is Professor and H. Michael and Jeanne Williams Department Chair in the African American Studies and African Diaspora Studies at University of California, Berkeley. Adam X. McNeil is a graduating M.A. in History student at Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts, and received his Undergraduate History degree at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University University in 2015. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

1hr 13mins

11 Jan 2018

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Ula Yvette Taylor, “The Promise of Patriarchy: Women and the Nation of Islam” (UNC Press, 2017)

New Books in Gender

The Nation of Islam and other black nationalist groups are typically known for their male leaders. Men like the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and Minister Malcolm X or Martin Delany and Marcus Garvey are notable examples. But what about the work of black women in these groups? Ula Yvette Taylor’s new book, The Promise of Patriarchy: Women and the Nation of Islam (University of North Carolina Press, 2017), expands our knowledge of the role of black women from the Depression-era development of Allah Temple of Islam in Detroit to the formal group known as the Nation of Islam that expanded under the leadership in the 1960s and 1970s of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. Women like Clara Muhammad, Burnsteen Sharrieff, and Thelma X Muhammad were essential to the development of the Nation of Islam’s goal of creating a black nation within the American nation. The Promise of Patriarchy shows how black women created notions of black womanhood and black motherhood that best helped them deal with the daily indignities of living in Jim Crow America.Ula Yvette Taylor is Professor and H. Michael and Jeanne Williams Department Chair in the African American Studies and African Diaspora Studies at University of California, Berkeley. Adam X. McNeil is a graduating M.A. in History student at Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts, and received his Undergraduate History degree at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University University in 2015. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

1hr 13mins

11 Jan 2018

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Ula Yvette Taylor, “The Promise of Patriarchy: Women and the Nation of Islam” (UNC Press, 2017)

New Books in Politics & Society

The Nation of Islam and other black nationalist groups are typically known for their male leaders. Men like the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and Minister Malcolm X or Martin Delany and Marcus Garvey are notable examples. But what about the work…

1hr 11mins

11 Jan 2018

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