Episode 201: Architect Your Future | Raechelle Rae Johnson
Women Thriving in Business
“Every 'overnight' success has been years in the making.” In order to start a business, you need to have the courage to face the fear of failure and possible rejection because it’s not always rainbows and butterflies in business. Facing your fear will be the first step toward becoming an entrepreneur.In this episode, I interview Raechelle "Rae" Johnson, Founder of Kreative Ink LLC. Known as the Solution Architect, she lends her platform to share her expertise in coaching and training future entrepreneurs.Learn more about her business to understand the difference between scaling and growing your business and how to pivot your business with less stress. Master the strategies and learn from her experiences, how she overcame the challenge of marketing and selling herself , the importance of planning, and three valuable tips to thrive in your business.Thriving Points:Fear can hinder us from actually jumping out and starting a business. -Raechelle JohnsonThe best thing to do is to take into consideration what is comfortable fiscally for your lifestyle, as well as your time, and then map it out accordingly for how to wean yourself off of a paycheck. - Raechelle JohnsonFalse humility is also where you refuse to say how good you are at something you are good at. - Raechelle JohnsonA lot of women don't get what they deserve in the marketplace because we're not as aggressive as we should be for the fear of being painted incorrectly. - Raechelle JohnsonShow up strong and know who you are, know what you provide, and show up as that person every day - Raechelle JohnsonHave a plan even if you're wanting to transition. Start thinking about it sooner rather than later. - Raechelle JohnsonUnderstand why you’re doing your business. - Raechelle JohnsonLearn as much as you possibly can about your business and it should always be something that you are very passionate about. - Raechelle JohnsonFind a support system, and it is not always family and friends. - Raechelle JohnsonDon't be scared and don't let anybody who's afraid for you stop you. - Raechelle JohnsonFind those persons that will add value to what you're doing and seek those persons to start being your support and your foundation because you're going to need them to help build you and to grow. - Raechelle JohnsonGet to Know the Guest:Raechelle “Rae” Johnson is an Evolution Coach, Media Personality, International Speaker, and Author who specializes in Innovation Strategy. With her credentials and expertise, she provides her clients with foresight, growth, and innovation for real-world solutions. Also, know as the Solution Architect, Raechelle navigates the complexity of challenges with opportunities while managing change. Lending her platform and expertise, she extends the reach of her client’s full potential, paving the way to success on their terms.Whenever not speaking or coaching she can be found prepping for Kreative Insights (currently streaming on OnStage Plus) her Digital Program powered by the Shawn Fair Channel; engaging with her networks on social media; or training and coaching speakers in her role as the VP of Global Sales and Marketing for the Fair Leadership Experience Tours.To find the same success that others have found, connect with, follow, or book Raechelle: Website Instagram FacebookLinkedIn
The theme of our September/October issue is Healing — and on the latest episode of The Yoga Show we chat with Rae Johnson and Nkem Ndefo, leaders of an Embodied Activism Course from Embodied Philosophy. Drawing on neuroscience, somatic theory and practice, liberation psychology, trauma-informed and anti-oppressive education, and lived experience, the course examines practical strategies to reclaiming, resisting, and interrogating the political realities of our everyday lives using the felt experiences of our bodies as the groundwork for social justice—so we can come at personal and community healing from the inside out.Contact Rae through her website or through Pacifica Graduate Institute and Nkem through her website. This episode of The Yoga Show is sponsored by Say Your Peace. Say Your Peace aims to spark global change through self-transformation and community dialogue. Share your story by using #SayYourPeace and following us on Instagram and Facebook.
239. Oppression, Somatics, Dorkerey - With Rae Johnson
The Embodiment Podcast
Scholar practitioner Rae joins me to discuss somatic vs kinesthetics intelligence, Canada, oppression and trauma, systematic oppression, somatic micro aggressions, ethnicity, social justice hostility, class, neuro-queer, language policing, embodied ethics and moral courage, practical anti-oppression tips, and resources to learn more. An enlightening and important one. https://raejohnsonsomatic.com
125 - Mahlena-Rae Johnson - Helpful Tips for Instagram & LinkedIn!
The Great Canadian Woman Podcast
Mahlena-Rae Johnson is a speaker, writer, digital storyteller and four-time author who leads professional development workshops on social media storytelling and personal branding. 💁🏾 If you are an established business owner or a skilled professional, then you need to send the right message to the right audience. Mahlena helps you tell your story, so you can attract the people you want to your profile. She’s also a former comedian, so she delivers the goods in her own hilarious way! In this episode, you’ll learn: Why “Who are you and what do you want?” is the elixir for social media gold How to create a killer headline and “about” section on LinkedIn & Instagram How to choose the platforms that work for you instead of trying to do all the things Learn more: bit.ly/mahlenaspeaks or follow her on IG @mahlenasguidetolife; linkedin.com/in/mahlena & TikTok @mahlenasguide
Healing Embodied Oppression, with Rae Johnson, PhD
The Embodied Way Podcast
Long before social injustice becomes obvious and explicit, our bodies experience it, internalize it, and embody it as non-verbal patterns. In this conversation with Dr. Rae Johnson, a scholar working at the intersection of somatic studies and social justice, we expose the mostly unconscious behaviors that perpetuate oppression in an embodied way, how oppression is experienced as a bodily felt sense, and how we can learn to undo oppression through the body–– both as we experience it and as we inflict it on others. Rae Johnson, PhD, RSMT is a queer-identified scholar working at the intersection of somatic studies and social justice. Key themes in their work include the embodied experience of oppression, somatic approaches to research, and the poetic body. They are the chair of the Somatic Psychology Doctoral program at Pacifica Graduate Institute, and the author of several books, including "Embodying Social Justice". https://raejohnsonsomatic.com/
"We Work From Wherever We Want" What is a Virtual Assistant? W/Rae Johnson: Season 2, Ep #2
The Creative-Assist Podcast
This week I spoke with entrepreneur Rae Johnson about the first steps to becoming a Virtual Assistant, otherwise known as VA. We talk about everything from niche, to getting clientele, to getting your business off the ground. She also has an e-book about this as well where she goes further into becoming a VA, and an agency that serves clients in need called: https://weassistagency.com/ here you can find more info about what we discussed in the interview! Some notes from Rae below! Like us on Facebook: @WeAssistAgency I often tweet about Outsourcing, Virtual Assistants, Real Estate and Business, find my twitter here: https://twitter.com/_RaeJohnson_WeAssist is officially launching Q1 2020. Our Partners Site: https://www.artandambitionstudios.com/ @creatvassist on all platforms Song: Caught In The Rain, Prod By Riddiman
“Unless we transform the wounds of oppression in our own bodies and then by extension into our own embodied relationships with others...no amount of macro-sociological institutional legislative change will last because we keep producing the inequities at the grass roots levels.” In this episode, we discuss: Personal experience always emerges out of socio-economic context Importance of joining the personal with the professional Moving past oppressors vs. oppressed and finding a common ground about our pain Somatic literacy and illiteracy, cultivating somatic intelligence Not all yoga is somatic – feeling yourself from the inside out Rae Johnson, PhD, RSMT is a scholar/activist and registered somatic movement therapist who chairs the Somatic Studies in Depth Psychology doctoral program at Pacifica Graduate Institute. The author of several books – including Elemental Movement, Knowing in our Bones, and Embodied Social Justice – Rae teaches and trains internationally on embodied activism, somatic research methods, and the poetic body.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this conversation, Rae Johnson talks about how the body is implicated in social justice work, and how to engage our bodies in the process of activism. Rae’s approach incorporates key ideas from many social justice theorists and somatic practitioners, and distills them into three key areas: (1) doing your own work, (2) working for […]
Rae Johnson about sexual harassment as abuse of power
Relational Implicit & Somatic Psychotherapy
This conversation with Rae Johnson was inspired by the recent spate of accusations of sexual harassment. We talk about it as not about sex and gender, but about power. The conversation is also available as a printable PDF transcript. Rae Johnson, PhD, RSMT is a somatic scholar/practitioner working at the intersection of embodiment studies and social justice. […]