Learn from Successful Black and Latino Startup Founders, Entrepreneurs, Activist, Marketers and Creatives.
The Minority Trailblazer is a weekly podcast posted every Thursday hosted by Greg E. Hill (www.GregEHill.com). This podcast is dedicated to minorities who are blazing a trail in a variety of industries such as education, business, comedy, entrepreneurship, etc. My goal is to share their stories in hopes to inspire, educate, and ultimately encourage others to live with purpose and passion.
Rank #1: Ep 2: From North Carolina A&T to Harvard to Educational Change w/ Master Educator Emilee Christopher.
Emilee Christopher voted one of New York's Top 10 Black Educators shares her story. From North Carolina A&T to Harvard University to Human Resource Director of Public Preparatory Network she shares with us how to live with purpose and get what you deserve.
Rank #2: Ep 20: I Hired Myself: How I Left my Six-Figure Job to Travel The World w/ Rachel Hill.
Rachel Hill founder of RachelTravels.com and Ihiredme.co shares her journey from the anxiety of the corporate grind to starting her own blog and getting paid to travel the world. This is a long yet very detailed interview that anybody with dreams of traveling, business, and living life to the fullest can relate to.
Unapologetically Caribbean, Carry On Friends The Caribbean American Podcast is where you'll find fresh, funny, inspiring stories and perspectives on culture, heritage, career, entrepreneurship and everyday life that make up the Caribbean American experience.
Rank #1: Top 5 Things to Think About When Deciding to Work with Friends.
This episode of the Carry On Friends Podcast Mikelah Rose of Style & Vibes continues the summer take over where we discuss the Top 5 Things to Think About When Deciding to Work with Friends.Considering working with friends? Then you must listen to this episode to find out the Do's and Don'ts.Please remember to leave a rating and review on iTunes. Connect with Mikelah and Kerry-Ann on Social Media:Mikelah on Twitter & Instagram - @Styleandvibes | @missmikelah Kerry-Ann on Twitter - @carryonkerryCarry On Friends on Twitter & Instagram - @carryonfriends Support the show
Rank #2: Jamaica To America: A 25th Anniversary Immigrant Story.
What's your immigration story? August 2018 marks 25 years since I moved with my family from Jamaica to the United States. To celebrate this milestone, I decided to do something new but you'll have to listen. I really enjoyed recounting this small piece of my story and I hope you do too!Also check out the Summer Soca playlist on YouTube, curated by Candace Thompson Zachery. This playlist has all the latest and hottest Soca tunes. Submit Questions or Suggest Topicshttp://www.carryonfriends.com/askkerryEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Text: 347-875-0531 On Social @carryonfriends - Twitter | Instagram | FacebookRead more about on carryonfriends.comEnjoyed the show? Please remember to leave a rating and review in Apple Podcasts. A Breadfruit Media Production: Twitter-@breadfruitmedia |IG-@breadfuitmediaSupport the show
Stephen A. Hart explores the stories behind today's most successful black entrepreneurs, leaders and professionals.Listeners gain access to the knowledge, resources and tools of these accomplished professionals and come away with the know-how, confidence and motivation needed to blaze their own trail.
Rank #1: Eric Thomas: Why You’re Not Where You’re Supposed To Be | 192.
Eric Thomas, aka E.T. The Hip Hop Preacher kicks off our first episode of the 2019 Trailblazers.FM Entrepreneurs series. “The version of you that you are right now is keeping you from being everything you should be. Who you are right now is responsible for why you're not where you supposed to be…. who you are is keeping you from being who you should be and your dreams though, are the only thing that's telling you “Come on. Let's go!” Your dreams are the only thing that's telling “You can do more. You can have more. You can be more! Come on, come on, come on! Don’t be comfortable. Don’t sit. DON’T SETTLE!” My ask today is that you’d help share this episode. If you're posting to social, please tag @tbpod and use the hashtag #TrailblazersFM
Rank #2: Patrice Washington: The Truth About Wealth | 106.
"If you would stop making it all about money, all the money you want will come." Known as America's Money Maven, Patrice Washington is a nationally recognized best-selling author, transformational speaker, and a leading authority on personal finance, entrepreneurship and success for women and youth. Patrice’s wisdom on money matters has been tapped as a recurring voice by national brands such as NBC, FOX News, Black Enterprise, The Huffington Post, Essence Magazine and more. She’s most known as the personal finance voice of the top-rated and nationally syndicated Steve Harvey Morning Radio Show where she hosts her own weekly segment, Real Money Answers with Patrice Washington. Full Show Notes: tbpod.com/patricewashington Follow TRAILBLAZERS.FM on Twitter: Twitter.com/tbpod Follow TRAILBLAZERS.FM on Instagram: Instagram.com/tbpod
The Black Media Minute is a podcast that dives into the ins and outs of the media business with Black creatives and industry professionals. The show features interviews and analysis of books, movies and television. Hosted by Kimberly Foster (founder and editor-in-chief of ForHarriet.com), listen to dynamic conversations with the people who shape the media landscape.Kimberly@BlackMediaMinute.comscupper.io/blackmediaminute?verify=7f3ba7
Rank #1: Morgan Rhodes on Music Supervising for Ava DuVernay.
Morgan Rhodes knows music. She turned her passion for digging through crates for musical gems into a career as a DJ and music supervisor for film and television. She's worked on Ava DuVernay's "Middle of Nowhere" and "Selma" as well as "Queen Sugar" and "Dear White People." Now, she's got a new podcast called Heat Rocks. Check it out http://www.maximumfun.org/shows/heat-rocks
Rank #2: How Jasmyn Lawson Celebrates and Centers Black Culture Through GIFS.
Jasmyn Lawson is creating and curating culture through her work at Giphy, an online gif database.Read about Digital Blackface: http://www.teenvogue.com/story/digital-blackface-reaction-gifsFollow Jasmyn: @JasmynBeKnowingFollow Kim: @KimberlyNFoster
The Heart and Hustle Podcast is a weekly podcast created for women of color entrepreneurs to have a place to talk business and life. Join us every Wednesday as we discuss a variety of topics from focusing on your brand to dealing with being an introvert. Angelica Yarde, a designer, developer, and public speaker, shares from her decade-long business and branding experience while Charisma O'Keefe, a social media and branding consulting, shares from experience as designer and what she does when working with creative businesses. Remember to dream big, work hard, and repeat and don't forget to #BossSoHard.Visit us at heartandhustlepodcast.com for show notes and moe information and follow us on Twitter @hearthustlepod.
Rank #1: #111 - Carving Your Career Path ft. Danielle Deavens.
Welcome to the one hundred and eleventh episode of the Heart + Hustle podcast. We're talking to Danielle Deavens, writer and owner of Bold Xchange, a black-owned marketplace. Danielle talks about her journey from writer at Brides Magazine to starting her online startup, Bold Xchange with her partner. Danielle gives us an insight to why the Venture for America program is an excellent career option and how she hopes to help black-owned businesses gain visibility.You can follow Danielle on Instagram at instagram.com/danielledeavens and can be found online at boldxchange.comFor show notes and a list of everything we talked about, visit www.heartandhustlepodcast.com.Meet the hosts: Angelica Yarde (twitter.com/studio404design) and Charisma O'Keefe (twitter.com/charismaokeefe)Subscribe via Apple Podcasts (itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/heart…d1071624684?mt=2)! Follow us on Twitter twitter.com/hearthustlepod and Instagram instagram.com/heartandhustlepodcast!
Rank #2: #110 - Finding Your Voice ft. Sheli Baez of See City Tours.
Welcome to the one hundred and tenth episode of the Heart + Hustle podcast. We're talking to Sheli Baez, voice actor and owner of See City Tours, a NYC-based walking tour company. Sheli shares how she intertwines her two businesses to work for each other, what she's learned living in New York City, and how she uses her voice to stand out amongst her competition.You can follow Sheli on Instagram at instagram.com/seecitytours and can be found online at shelibaez.comFor show notes and a list of everything we talked about, visit www.heartandhustlepodcast.com.Meet the hosts: Angelica Yarde (twitter.com/studio404design) and Charisma O'Keefe (twitter.com/charismaokeefe)Subscribe via Apple Podcasts (itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/heart…d1071624684?mt=2)! Follow us on Twitter twitter.com/hearthustlepod and Instagram instagram.com/heartandhustlepodcast!
Welcome to Brand New Nation! Dani & Kriss interview content creators doing what they love for a living. If you have questions about building your personal brand, growing your followers, and starting your business online, you’ll hear from today’s largest and most unique personal brands. Bloggers, YouTubers, photographers, writers, TV personalities—you’ll heard how much money they’re making (or not making) during the Moolah Scoop! Each guest will share three turning points in their lives, and Brand New Nation is the only podcast with the “Moolah Scoop” These are today’s content creators and creative entrepreneurs making a living doing what they love. Hear from bloggers, YouTube stars, photographers, filmmakers, founders, models, TV hosts, writers, performers. Head to BrandNewNation.com to receive the Make Money Blogging Manifesto to get your journey kickstarted.
Rank #1: Ep 003 | Ari Fitz – Part 2: How to build a Personal Brand that gets you cast on a Reality Show.
Listen To This Episode Here: In Part 1 of our interview with Ari Fitz, we learned: how she built a fascinating personal brand that got her cast on MTV Real World, how she grew her YouTube channel to over 12,000 subscribers in just 4 months, and how it’s possible to make $2,000/month modeling for print and the runway. In Part 2, we posed the following to Ari: It’s clear that your distinct personal brand gave you the edge when getting casted for MTV’s Real World EXplosion. What steps have you taken to develop your brand? Ari also answered the following: – How would you describe your personal brand? – What steps did you take to develop your personal brand? – So, as you were building your personal brand, it sounds like you were figuring it out as you went along. Now that you’ve gone through the process, how would you advise someone just starting to build their personal brand to go about it? – Is there someone out there that has a personal brand you find fascinating or intriguing? —— Show Notes Want to revisit a part of the interview that caught your attention? Here are the time stamps and show notes! 02:12 – Ari describes her personal brand and her love/hate relationship with personal branding in general 02:57 – What happened the moment Ari stopped trying to brand herself. 07:10 – Ari answers… On Real World was there a conscious decision to dress more feminine or more androgynous while being filmed? 10:09 – How it upset Ari to lose control of her brand on the show 12:50 – What steps Ari took to develop her personal brand (besides letting #Jesustakethewheel) 17:40 – How Ari involves her audience in what she decides to create 18:15 – The moment Ari knew she had a personal brand 21:00 – Ari answers… Who are “The Misfitz?” 24:07 – How the Misfitz community came to be 29:34 – Ari discusses her YouTube channel and the various video series she creates 35:24 – Ari answers… What steps would you advise someone who is just starting to create their own personal brand? 40:15 – Ari talks about her love for Pharrell’s personal brand and what we can learn from it. 42:25 – Why Issa Rae’s YouTube channel is inspiring 44:12 – We all discuss Pharrell’s famous hat Links and Resources Ari Fitz’s Website: http://www.arifitz.com/ Connect with Ari here: – http://instagram.com/itsarifitz – http://twitter.com/itsarifitz/ – https://vimeo.com/itsarifitz – https://soundcloud.com/ari-fitz Ari Fitz’s YouTube Channel: http://youtube.com/itsarifitz/ Ari’s Video Series, The Rando: http://www.arifitz.com/gallery/therando/ Ari’s Video Series, Tomboyish: http://www.arifitz.com/gallery/tomboyish/ Real World Website: http://www.mtv.com/shows/real_world_explosion/ Issa Rae’s YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/actingrl112 Pharrell’s I Am Other Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/iamOTHER Listen To This Episode Here:
Rank #2: Ep 004 | Jabari Johnson – Part 1: Get Millions of YouTube Views and Throw Parties Making $6K/Month.
Jabari Johnson is host and creator of Jabari Presents where he interviewed public figures, including Diggy Simmons. He built two successful event businesses Surprise Party and now Colors. Most recently started Volume Visual and apparel company BiCoastal. Be prepared to learn: How he landed private, extended interviews with public figures and celebrities, including Nicki Minaj, Macklemore, and Justin Bieber leading to millions of YouTube views How he turned a surprise birthday party concept into a full-time business, where he earns a living throwing fun parties every month How he helps musicians and entertainers such as Chanel West Coast grow their YouTube channels to 250,000+ subscribers and attract sponsors and advertisers Listen To This Episode Here:
Host Tiffany F. Southerland covers faith, career advice, and personal development topics for women of color.
Rank #1: 033: 5 Ways To Overcome Feeling Overwhelmed.
Although the holidays and the weeks approaching the new year can bring lots of joy and good times, the season can create some anxiety and debt, too. Between work, wrapping up (or just starting) gift shopping, and trying to keep track of regular life stuff, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all that needs to...
Rank #2: 026: 10 Life Principles For Living (more) On Purpose.
It’s so easy in these days of snaps, tweets, and likes to live day to day without much serious thought to how we are living. I recently revisited Gretchen Rubin’s book, The Happiness Project, and was inspired by Gretchen’s purposeful approach to happiness. She made a list of personal “commandments,” but I decided to write...
Your #groupchatgirlfriends, Joymarie and Cortney, serve up a dose of candid career conversations on this podcast for young professionals. New episodes drop the 1st & the 15th.
Rank #1: Episode 19: Wanderlust (with Janel Martinez).
We're back! We're fresh off our vacation glow up and reflecting on our warm-weather epiphanies from Colombia and Thailand. Fellow travelista and journalist, Janel Martinez, also joins us for an amazing discussion on Afro-Latina representation in media, the multidimensionality of the black experience and how companies can foster inclusive work cultures that embrace diverse identities. Plus, two brand new segments that'll help you slay at this life thing: corporate-isms decoded and adulting 101. We got you. Links + resources: joblogues.com/links For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: Episode 13: When in Doubt, Don’t (with Sakita Holley).
[Rerun] This episode was originally published on January 12, 2016 / PR Maven, Sakita Holley of House of Success, stops by the studio to kick off the new year with a stimulating discussion on elevating your professional brand. Plus we respond to your listener questions on leveraging LinkedIn to land a new job and starting up a new business. Links + resources: joblogues.com/linksFollow Sakita:@MissSuccess | hashtagsandstilettos.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Black Entrepreneur Blueprint was created to help educate and inspire Black entrepreneurs to Launch, Build, and Grow successful businesses. Our podcast is designed for Black entrepreneurs by Black entrepreneurs. Our podcast consist of in depth interviews with successful Black entrepreneurs such as Dr. Dennis Kimbro; million selling author of the book "Think and Grow Rich - A Black Choice", George C. Fraser founder of www.Frasernet.com, and many others. The interviews not only focus on the entrepreneurs successes, but also the failures and the lessons learned that each of these business owners have experienced.
Rank #1: Black Entrepreneur Blueprint 56: Dr. Claude Anderson - The Keys To Building A Strong Black Economy.
"The Keys To Building A Strong Black Economy" Dr. Anderson is an entrepreneur, educator, and the founder of the Powenomics Corporation of America. Dr. Anderson is at the forefront of the Black economic revolution as he passionately educates Black America about the importance of owning, producing, and controlling resources through entrepreneurship. Join us as Dr. Anderson gives us his no-nonsense solution to uplifting the Black economic condition in America. This is a must listen if you are serious about building wealth.
Rank #2: Black Entrepreneur Blueprint: 71 - Dr. Boyce Watkins - Black Wealth Or Else.
"Black Wealth Or Else" Dr. Boyce Watkins is an author, economist, political analyst, and former economics professor who is one of the strongest advocates for Black economic empowerment. Join us as we listen to Dr. Watkins discuss the necessity to build wealth in the Black community.
Behind the Brilliance is the go to podcast for the intellectually curious and relentlessly ambitious. The show features weekly long form interviews with innovative and culture-shaping leaders in art, culture, technology, business, lifestyle, and personal development along with Lisa's inspiring and funny advice on life, creativity, and entrepreneurship.
Rank #1: 034: Issa Rae.
The funny and smart Issa Rae joins me to chat about her path to creating the hit webseries, The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl along with her new project, Color Creative. Shenanigans and laughter abound as we discuss personality types, shifts in the entertainment industry, our deep love of The Wire, overcoming insecurities, and why we won't let people pick our brains.
Rank #2: 084 Q+A: Dealing w/ Overwhelm + Opportunities .
This week's episode is a Q+A session where I answer a questionabout dealing with overwhelm and how to manage newopportunities. This week, Lisa Likes Spider Oak ONE, a super awesome,privacy-enhanced backup system that stores your files on a harddrive and in the cloud for access anytime across multiple devices.A life saver if anything ever happens to your computer. This episode covers: -Why "no" is a complete sentence and why "hell yeah or no" is agreat place to start -Values and how they inform a vision, goals, plans, actions, andmeasuring the return on choices -Rest + sleep and why they're so necessary (and generallyawesome) -Priming the creative pump -Productivity: hacks for batching, email, time management, andefficiency -Assessing costs for an opportunity in terms of time, money,energy, and opportunity cost -Choosing projects that benefit the greater good -Aligning opportunities with goals -FOMO is a mofo (full stop) -Figuring out what really matters to you and having theopportunities you accept reflect that Hit me up and let me know what you think of this episode! Twitter | Facebook
BE The Code, spotlights the most influential blacks in technology - from celebrities to financiers - and how they are reshaping the industry, with their unique perspectives. They take us on their journeys, offering winning strategies and game-changing advice. Created by Black Enterprise.
Rank #1: BE The Code EP6: Aniyia Williams, Founder and CEO of Tinsel.
Tinsel Founder and CEO, Aniyia Williams chats with Silicon Valley, Tech Editor, Sequoia Blodgett about her experience building a hardware product, why you should generate revenue before seeking Venture Capital and how the birth of her child went viral.
Rank #2: Jason Mayden, founder of Super Heroic Talks Creating Superheroes | Powered by eBay.
Jason Mayden - Founder of Super Heroic, a company that creates children’s play and sports clothing designed to entertain, delight and surprise every child talks about why he would rather create strong children than fix broken adults. Mayden is a former lead designer for Brand Jordan. https://superheroic.com/ | Season 2 | Powered by eBay
Learn how to take your dreams out of PARK and into DRIVE. Host Rana Campbell and weekly guests share their personal #dreamdriving stories and keys to success that have allowed them to successfully create lives full of fulfillment and passion. We chat entrepreneurship, small business advice, professional & personal development, success, branding, marketing, motivational, and general life tips that you can use as you put your #dreamsindrive. Follow us on social @dreamsindrive. For guest pitches, visit www.dreamsindrive.com/pitch.
Rank #1: 32: How One Couple Left NYC To Start A Bed & Breakfast in Jamaica w/ Jeff Belizaire & Kalisa Martin.
Sometimes you just have to take a leap of faith and pursue your dreams. Meet Jeff Belizaire & Kalisa Martin, founders of The Runaway Jamaica (a community-oriented luxury bed and breakfast) and The Runaway Experience a ( global curated travel pop-up experience.) The couple shares their story of how they left their comfortable and stable lives in New York City to move to Jamaica and build a brand/business based on their combined love for food and travel. We chat what they did to prepare for their own "runaway", why the decision to architect a new life was worth it for them, and how you can find fulfillment while pursuing your entrepreneurial dreams. Get show notes: www.dreamsindrive.com/the-runaway-experience-jeff-belizaire-kalisa-martin SUBSCRIBE: www.dreamsindrive.com/join Follow Dreams In Drive on Social: twitter.com/dreamsindrive instagram.com/dreamsindrive Follow The Runaway Experience on social: www.instagram.com/therunawayexperience www.therunawayexperience.com Find Rana on social: instagram.com/rainshineluv twitter.com/rainshineluv www.ranacampbell.com
Rank #2: 144: Getting Over Fear Of Success - A Session w/ Dr. Joy of Therapy For Black Girls.
The conversation on self care, personal growth, and taking care of ourselves is never going to get old. We chat with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford - a Licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia and the host of the popular mental health podcast, Therapy for Black Girls. Her clinical focus is helping women recover from breakups and she is passionate about creating experiences and holding space for Black women to become the best possible versions of themselves. Her work has been featured in Bustle, Women’s Health, BuzzFeed, Teen Vogue, Essence, and O, The Oprah Magazine and she was named in Huffington Post as one of “10 Black Female Therapists You Should Know.” Join in on the conversation on social (@dreamsindrive) and make sure to use the hashtag #dreamsindrive. Enjoy! ON THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS: - How Dr. Joy landed in the mental health field - Finding her first private practice clients - Anxiety, depression, and relationships - Managing negative self- talk, fear & doubt - Navigating the fear of success - Stepping out of your comfort zone - The miracle questions - The Black woman "got all the answers" syndrome - Supportive partners - Personal growth lessons - How Dr. Joy manages her days - Why Dr. Joy focuses on working with Black women - Balancing a full-time job and growing a podcast - Finding your larger purpose - How to find a therapist - Dealing with emotional tax burden in the workplace -Tips for positive self care ENTER OUR GIVEAWAY OF THE WEEK W/ NYAKIO : www.dreamsindrive.com/win SHOW NOTES: http://www.dreamsindrive.com/therapy-for-black-girls JOIN OUR DREAM DRIVER FACEBOOK GROUP: http://www.dreamsindrive.com/facebook FIND DR. JOY ON: Instagram:http://www.instagram.com/therapyforblackgirls Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/therapy4bgirls Web:http://www.therapyforblackgirls.com FIND DREAMS IN DRIVE ON: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/dreamsindrive Twitter: http://twitter.com/dreamsindrive Web: http://www.dreamsindrive.com FIND RANA ON SOCIAL: Instagram: http://instagram.com/rainshineluv Twitter: http://twitter.com/rainshineluv JOIN THE #DREAMSINDRIVE COMMUNITY: http://www.dreamsindrive.com/JOIN
#MattieJames the podcast is a daily podcast where I - Mattie James, a style blogger based in Atlanta - share my experiences on blogging, branding + business in the blogosphere by answering your questions. After blogging for the last 5 years & working with the likes of H&M, Cotton, Club Monaco, American Express, Macy's & more, the purpose of this podcast is to help others prevent some mistakes by learning from mine.Please SUBSCRIBE on iTunes, rate (5 stars pretty please!) & review. You can also check out my blog where I post daily on style, blogging & lifestyle - http://www.mattiejames.com. Be sure to subscribe to the blog via email as well!You can follow me on social - Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, Snapchat, YouTube & Periscope, @theMattieJames.Be sure to Slay Your Day and David Your Goliath. xoMJ
Rank #1: Episode 56 - 5 Things You Should Know As A New Blogger.
I can't believe that I've been blogging for almost 6 years come January. But now that I know what I know when it comes to blogging - monetizing, branding, audience building - I would have done things a little differently. In episode 56, I break down five things I wish I would've known as a new blogger and what new bloggers should know as well. Be sure to get your free show notes and worksheet at http://mattieologie.com/ep56.
Rank #2: Ask Mattie // Episode 5: Finding Confidence In Blogging.
In this episode of #AskMattie, I'm breaking down the ABC's of being confident when you blog. So many times we get in our own way because we're too busy overthinking a simple blog post idea when we should be sharing it with the world. Here's how to get over your fear and into creating great content.
Two Black Guys with Good Credit is a show about two black guys from Canada living in the US for over 20 years - Arlington in Los Angeles and Shaun in Brooklyn. Both are business owners with successful track records and, of course, good credit! Each week they will bring you their ‘straight talk’ and at times humorous perspective on making, managing, and protecting your money. Two Black Guys with Good Credit will educate, entertain, and inspire you to achieve YOUR financial goals.
Rank #1: Episode 41: The Power of Financial Literacy --The 1-2 Punch.
On this episode we are interviewing Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams to discuss the importance of financial literacy. President Adams is on a mission to pass legislation to mandate that financial literacy is taught in high schools. President Adams delivers the “straight talk” on the need for financial literacy. You don’t want to miss this episode! The President and Two Black Guys with Good Credit see the need to act now! We are providing FREE financially literacy workshops commencing August 13th - October 1, 2019 from 6:30pm - 8:00pm. For more information please email me at email@example.com or message me on Instagram Financiallycleanshaun. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: Episode 23: The Credit King Says There's a Credit Hack For That.
If you spend 3-4 hours a day scouring the internet for travel reward deals and have created a 15 credit-card spreadsheet that is detailed down to the last available dollar, then you and our guest Derek Powe have a few things in common. Did we mention he is not even 30 yet!! Sit back and pod'up because who knew credit could take you around the world first class for less than a hundred dollars...the Credit King is in the building!!! Let's go. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The Hashtags+Stilettos podcast is like having your own personal publicist in your pocket. Tune in for business, lifestyle and PR insights and interviews from entrepreneur and PR expert Sakita Holley.
Rank #1: Ep. 3: Why and Where You Should Blog About Your Business.
If you're not already blogging about your brand or business, you should be. In this episode, Sakita talks about the common excuses entrepreneurs and creatives give for not blogging, the benefits of using blogging to become a thought leader in your industry and the many platform options that exist that make it super easy for you to share your first post today!
Rank #2: Ep. 26: Myleik Teele on the Lessons Learned While Scaling a Business.
Myleik Teele is the founder and Chief Experience Officer at curlBOX, a monthly subscription service that changed the way women buy and discover products for their curly hair needs. She is also the host of the #MyTaughtYou podcast where she provides invaluable career and business advice to thousands of women. On this episode, I caught up with Myleik, whom I first interviewed in 2012 a few months after she launched curlBOX, to talk about some of the things she said during that interview and to learn more about the lessons she's learned as a serial entrepreneur about scaling a business and building a dream team. Text HASHTAGS to 444999 to join the email list. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to submit questions.Social Media:Instagram.com/Myleik Twitter.com/Myleik www.Myleik.com www.curlBOX.com Instagram.com/HashtagsandStilettos Instagram.com/MissSuccess Twitter.com/MissSuccessHashtag: #HashtagsandStilettosShow Notes: hashtagsandstilettos.com/myleik-teele-podcastLike this episode? Rate and review it on iTunes!