Black Woman CEO with Quanisha Green, MSS

Quanisha Green, MSS

Black Woman CEO with Quanisha Green, MSS spotlights brilliant Black women entrepreneurs and their behind-the-scenes success strategies. Join Quanisha Green, MSS and learn the secrets of being a Black woman business owner who gets paid to do what she loves, owns her time, and lives on her own terms. Quanisha Green, MSS provides business advice and features refreshing interviews with Black women entrepreneurs including interviews with Black Woman CEO Dr. Monikah Ogando- Inc. 500 Award Winner, Monique Idlette Mosley- Venture Capitalist & Star of Discovery Undercover Billionaire, Kim Coles- Coach & Award-winning Actress, Mia Redrick- The Mom Strategist & TV Personality, and more!

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Tiffany Blassingame, another Black Woman on the RISE, is a Professional Organizer and Productivity Coach.  Tiffany’s past as a Principal and School Administrator has taught her that organization and executive functioning start in the home. Her business, Simple Organization, helps families incorporate healthy practices of organization and productivity in their everyday lifestyle.   Whether you are a business owner or an overwhelmed mom trying to establish order in your home, this episode will challenge your thoughts or productivity and what seeking help truly is.   What you will learn in this episode; If multitasking actually makes you productive How we can adjust our expectations for ourselves as mothers How to Pause, Plan and Prioritize your life How asking for help can increase productivity   * Let's continue the conversation in the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO 

Aug 12

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After a 5 day rest period Quanisha, our host, found herself on her bathroom floor crying.  Unable to get herself together for her coaching call.  She made the decision in May to take 30 days off at a Residential Treatment Center.  Sometimes we have to break everything down to RISE. Quanisha is now shifting the Black Woman CEO podcast and adopting an ethical, feminist and trauma informed approach to how she does business. What you will learn in this episode;  -Quanisha discusses her personal experiences with trauma and her approach to dealing with it. -How her breakdown was really a breakthrough  -What trauma informed, ethical and feminist business principles mean and the value of these practices.    * Let's continue the conversation in the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO 

Jul 26

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Our guest Rhonda Thomas, transformational speaker and author, encourages women to live their best life. She guides them to a place of happy through, "Happy By Design Events" and Happy Hours catered to the mature woman. After being a consultant to bridge the gap between parents and children in the school, Rhonda decided to take it a step further. In being a Chicago Public School Speaker and Advocate , she wanted to leave something of value with each of her families. Rhonda's launch of anxiety reducing coloring books created just that. Her coloring books help parents and children, around the world, manage their stress in a healthier way.    What will you learn in this episode; Several ways to manage your anxiety. How to lead a happy healthy lifestyle. Your dreams are still attainable at any age How to monetize your expertise and launch a book. How coloring books can help you therapeutically.   “Health is everything and everything is health.”  Coloring Book by: Rhonda Thomas   To book Rhonda for a speaking engagement and purchase coloring books. Please visit; https://rhonsway.com/

Jun 24

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In this episode, we have an encouraging interview with CEO Kimberly Mays; a digital thought leader, speaker, and trainer. She helps professional coaches and speakers develop their online presence through web design and branding so that they can grow and sustain their businesses. She’s passionate about creating brands’ online visual presence to make them shine. Kimberly has mastered networking, knowing where she fits in with her clients, and knowing how to build a team to be the CEO she is today. She believes in the power of having the right support from a coach when starting a business to avoid making avoidable mistakes. Listen in to learn why you shouldn’t consume all the information when starting a business and should instead outsource or wait to learn later. What You Will Learn: Kimberly describes how she makes anyone in the influencer and coaching space stand out online How she takes the online burden off entrepreneurs so they can focus on their businesses Learning how to manage your energy as a business owner Tips on how to manage your time and business as an introvert, so you don’t burnout Kimberly explains how she became an expert by fitting with clients, networking, and building a team How to charge according to the value you’re offering The value of having support when starting in business and developing into the role of a CEO How to master your mindset to master your business and overcome challenges Integrating work and family, and having a self-care system Navigating the pandemic times by trying new things and having a workable routine The importance of planning and setting short-term goals to stay on track Do not consume all the information when starting a business Learn to keep yourself grounded and focused through the waves as a business owner Get in Touch with Kimberly: Business Website: https://foolishlycreative.com/  Instagram- https://instagram.com/foolishlycreative?igshid=1v705rzsfia9k  Facebook-https://www.facebook.com/foolishlycreative/ Book Mentioned: Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl  

Apr 22

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In this episode, we have an empowering interview with the CEO Dr. Cherita Weatherspoon, she is a profit strategist, coach, and author. She has a mission to engage, elevate, and empower black women to own their power and profit from it while impacting the world. She is a powerhouse woman owning what she desires out of life and doing the work necessary to make both things a reality. Dr. Cherita Weatherspoon started her coaching business after years of holding a career in higher education and prepared long for her CEO role before becoming one. She insists on the importance of investing in getting the help you need with your business to scale. Listen in to learn the value of stepping into your power by pushing through who you are to succeed as a businesswoman. What You Will Learn: Dr. Cherita Weatherspoon describes her coaching business, helping women find and package their expertise The importance of charging the value of the work you’re doing How to be confident in your knowledge and skills and apply them in your business Helping women believe in themselves in both their head and heart to be powerful How to push through who you are to own your power in business with the right mentorship Dr. Cherita Weatherspoon explains why she left a career in higher education for entrepreneurship How to overcome the challenges of being a new business owner by showing up authentically Connecting boundaries with self-care, taking care of family and balancing life and business The value of investing in yourself to get the help you need to scale your business Having the faith and taking the action to achieve your future desires Get in Touch with Dr. Cherita Weatherspoon: Website: https://www.cheritaweatherspoon.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CoachCherita Schedule a Call: coachmedrc.com     * Let's continue the conversation in the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO 

Feb 26

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Rashida Gaye, Mindset Coach and Insurance Agent stops by Black CEO Podcast to talk about the importance of adjusting your mindset in business. She started her first business as a life and business coach and has currently helped entrepreneurs worldwide sell over $4 million dollars in new business.  Rashida also offers financial strategies workshops under her Insurance Agency.  She understands that the balance of a healthy mindset and financial security is the foundation of every successful business.  In this episode she details how she encourages her clients to step out of their comfort zone and invest in their overall life goals.     What you will learn: How Rashida helped Quanisha reach her goal of 30K in sales. How Rashida uses Hypnotherapy as a tool to help women develop their strategy for success. Liberating your thought process to secure your success! How historical context must be included in trauma focused work.  How to set effective goals and achieve them.  How to integrate business, family, and self care. What is Rashida's number one success strategy in business?   Remember to connect with Rashida via: Website: http://rashidagaye.com/mindset-coaching Rashida Gay Email: rashida@rashidagaye.com Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ragaye   * Let's continue the conversation in the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO

Feb 9

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In this episode, we have an empowering interview with the CEO of The Ladipo Group and Creator of S.O.S for Superwomen, Tonya Ladipo. The Ladipo Group is a company dedicated to the emotional wellness of Black and African-American people and communities. She is passionate about supporting women who pour to their careers, families, and forget to pour into themselves through the SOS for Superwomen movement.  Tonya started The Ladipo Group in 2004 out of anger caused by the inequalities towards people of color that she witnessed in other organizations. She wants to challenge black people to change the narrative and become who we’re destined to be in this world. Listen in to learn how to build an intentional business and live an intentional life as a black woman in business.  What You Will Learn:  Tonya describes her business geared towards empowering black people Redefining the strong black woman narrative How to delegate and trust your team to do it Tonya explains why she started her emotional wellness business Taking the risk of expanding your business  How to overcome the challenges of being an entrepreneur Integrating self-care, family, and business by prioritizing How to embrace every season of your journey as a woman Track and review your small and big goals  How to create an intentional business and live intentionally The importance of having a solid accounting and legal system in your business Get in Touch with Tonya: Websites: https://theladipogroup.com/  http://www.sosforsuperwomen.com/   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sosforsuperwomen/  Book Mentioned:  The E Myth by Michael E. Gerber   * Let's continue the conversation in the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO

Feb 2

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Discover the secrets our Founder & CEO, Quanisha Green, MSS has learned from 6 & 7-figure earners that’ll uplevel your business in 2021. Download Your Complimentary 8-Page Workbook, which includes 6 Strategic Steps to Craft a Profit Plan PLUS Worksheets to complement each day of the training. Grab it here: https://quanisha.lpages.co/success-secrets-workbook In this episode, we cover Part 1: Money Myths Debunked You'll learn: What are the 3 Laws of Money every Black Woman CEO ought to know (And how our socialization influences our cashflow!) What is the #1 high-impact strategy six & seven-figure sisters leverage for revenue-generation How to attract revenue during tough times- the icky way and non-icky way Ready to Build a Premium Business & Land High-end Clients? Then, join us in the RISE Virtual 3-Day Bootcamp. Register with Pre-sale pricing and save 60% off Regular Ticket until February 2nd. Click here to Learn More & Enroll Today: www.blackwomanceolive.com * Let's continue the conversation in the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO

Jan 28

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Today, we’re excited to share an awesome interview with Star of Discovery's Undercover Billionaire and Black Woman CEO, Monique Idlett-Mosley. She is the Founder and CEO of Reign Ventures, a technology fund that empowers young entrepreneurs to create their own multimillion-dollar businesses. Monique has generated hundreds of millions for the startup companies she’s collaborated with. After a childhood of adversity, Monique proved herself as a young executive on the rise at USA Today. She made her first fortune by creating an agency that partnered corporations with entertainment and sports stars. Monique went on to become the brains behind the Mosley Music Group, in partnership with her now ex-husband Tim “Timbaland” Mosley, where she was responsible for managing the successful careers of such high-profile artists as One Republic, Nelly Furtado and Chris Cornell. Be sure to listen in today, Monique shares highlights from her Undercover Billionaire journey plus how to move beyond perfectionism & fear. Connect with Monique Idlett-Mosley: Instagram and Reign Ventures Let’s continue the conversation in our online sanctuary for Black women entrepreneurs doing ALL levels of business- The Black Woman CEO Circle **ABOUT UNDERCOVER BILLIONAIRE** DISCOVERY ANNOUNCES SECOND SEASON OF ‘UNDERCOVER BILLIONAIRE’ WITH THREE BUSINESS TYCOONS VYING TO MAKE A MILLION-DOLLAR COMPANY IN JUST 90 DAYS ‘UNDERCOVER BILLIONAIRE’ Returns Wednesday, January 6, at 8 PM ET/PT Followed by the All-New ‘UNDERCOVER BILLIONAIRE: COMEBACK CITY’ at 10 PM ET/PT on Discovery  (LOS ANGELES) – In the first season of UNDERCOVER BILLIONAIRE, self-made businessman Glenn Stearns bet big that the American Dream was still alive and well. Viewers watched as Glenn was stripped of his name, wealth and contacts and dropped into a city he’s never been to see if he could build a million-dollar company in 90 days with only $100 in his pocket. Inspired by Glenn’s audacious bet, three new entrepreneurs have stepped forward to embark on the same bold challenge. UNDERCOVER BILLIONAIRE returns for a second season on Wednesday, January 6 at 8 PM ET/PT on Discovery, followed by an all-new series UNDERCOVER BILLIONAIRE COMEBACK CITY at 10 PM ET/PT on Discovery. The series will also stream on Discovery+.  This season, three successful entrepreneurs are betting $1 million that they can go undercover in three different cities, start their own business with just $100 and top the million-dollar mark in just 90 days. At the end of the challenge, each of them will reveal their true identities to the people who helped build their business. But will they be able to turn their big ideas into a reality? And can they navigate the impact of COVID-19 that has forced so many businesses across the country to shutter?  Each person will need to rely on their own unique secrets of success. Everyone has their own game plans, secret business hacks and strategies. After all, there’s more than one way to make $1 million dollars.  The entrepreneurs going undercover this year include:   Grant Cardone, an unapologetic entrepreneur and international motivational speaker, real estate investor, sales trainer and author of best-selling publications, including The 10XRule and Be Obsessed or Be Average. The traditional concept of the American Dream -- work hard, save money and own a home -- is wrong, according to Grant. He maintains that people have everything you need, and cash is trash when it sits idle. You need to put your money and your contacts to work. There’s nothing Grant won’t do for an opportunity to succeed, and he believes that relentless attitude should be adopted by everyone. Monique Idlett-Mosley, the founder and CEO of Reign Ventures, a technology fund that empowers young entrepreneurs to create their own multimillion-dollar businesses. Monique has generated hundreds of millions for the startup companies she’s collaborated with. After a childhood of adversity, Monique proved herself as a young executive on the rise at USA Today. She made her first fortune by creating an agency that partnered corporations with entertainment and sports stars. Monique went on to become the brains behind the Mosley Music Group, in partnership with her now ex-husband Tim “Timbaland” Mosley, where she was responsible for managing the successful careers of such high-profile artists as One Republic, Nelly Furtado and Chris Cornell.   Elaine Culotti, a real estate developer, interior designer, builder, founder of House of Rock and visionary. A serial entrepreneur since the age of 14, Elaine broke into the male-dominated construction business and bulldozed her way into becoming one of the industry's biggest players.  Elaine doesn’t let anyone or anything stop her from achieving her goals. She has developed and built everything from luxury homes to casinos and hospitals. Elaine moves forward with intense determination, no visible fear of failure, and an uncanny ability to get her way. Following the premiere of UNDERCOVER BILLIONAIRE will be the all-new series UNDERCOVER BILLIONAIRE: COMEBACK CITY premiering Wednesday, January 6 at 10 PM ET/PT on Discovery. In this new series, Glenn Stearns from the first season of UNDERCOVER BILLIONAIRE, returns to Erie, Pa., where he built his business, Underdog BBQ, in just 90 days. Now he has a new mission: rescuing small businesses on the brink of going bust.  When the economy hit the skids earlier the year, Glenn was contacted by other Erie businessmen and women who were struggling to keep their own dream alive. Each episode will follow Glenn as he works to turn around one of these small businesses. After assessing their operation and identifying areas to change, he’ll work with them to transform it in just 27 days. Why 27 days? The average small business in America has just 27 days in cash reserves. Glenn believes that if a business can’t turn it around in that amount of time, they'll never be able to. Each episode will give all business owners key lessons on how to stay afloat and grow. Glenn will identify the many pitfalls new businesses face and lay out a plan to reach their money-making goals. Though, no money will be handed out. Viewers will get simple tips on how to earn fast money and thrive despite all the odds. From diners and boxing gyms to coffee shops and rust belt manufacturing, Glenn will share all that he’s learned and might have a few surprise tricks up his sleeves as well.   To catch fans up on last season, Discovery will be re-airing the first season of UNDERCOVER BILLIONAIRE in a marathon line-up on Small Business Saturday, beginning at 11 AM ET/PT on Saturday, November 28. Viewers can join the conversation on social media by using #UndercoverBillionaire and follow Discovery on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for the latest updates. UNDERCOVER BILLIONAIRE is produced for Discovery Channel by This is Just a Test. For This is Just a Test, Aengus James, Colin King Miller, and Tim Warren are executive producers as well as Michelle Galster as executive producer for UNDERCOVER BILLIONAIRE: COMEBACK CITY. Glenn Stearns serves as Executive Producer for both series. For Discovery Channel, Joseph Boyle and Carter Figueroa are executive producers and Jessica Mollo is associate producer.  About Discovery Channel Discovery Channel is dedicated to creating the highest quality non-fiction content that informs and entertains its consumers about the world in all its wonder, diversity and amazement. The network, which is distributed to 100.8 million U.S. homes, can be seen in 224 countries and territories, offering a signature mix of compelling, high-end production values and vivid cinematography across genres including, science and technology, exploration, adventure, history and in-depth, behind-the-scenes glimpses at the people, places and organizations that shape and share our world. For more information, please visit www.discovery.com About Discovery Communications Discovery Communications (Nasdaq: DISCA, DISCB, DISCK) is the leader in global entertainment reaching 3 billion cumulative viewers in more than 220 countries and territories. Discovery satisfies curiosity, entertains and inspires viewers with high-quality content through global brands, led by Discovery Channel, TLC, Investigation Discovery, Animal Planet, Science and Turbo/Velocity, as well as U.S. joint venture network OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network, and through the Discovery Digital Networks portfolio, including Seeker and SourceFed. Discovery owns Eurosport, the leading pan-regional sports entertainment destination across Europe and Asia-Pacific. Discovery also is a leading provider of educational products and services to schools, including an award-winning series of K-12 digital textbooks, through Discovery Education. For more information, please visit www.discoverycommunications.com. THANKS FOR LISTENING! PLEASE RATE, REVIEW AND SUBSCRIBE… Thanks so much for joining us on the podcast this week! Be sure to leave me a note in the comments below with your #1 takeaway from the show. Finally, please consider subscribing & leaving an honest rating and review for The Black Woman CEO Podcast to help spread the word about the show and help more Black women find our community!

Jan 2

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We invite Life & Book Writing Coach, Alicia Beatrice on the podcast to talk all things self care and telling your story in your way. She details her journey of self discovery through clinical social work and social justice advocacy. As valuable as these trades are she wanted to take it a step further. She wanted to give people a physical platform to speak their truth. Listen here for how Alicia empowers other ”soulful creatives” to finally write their book and serve their purpose. 1:00 Introductions 3:45 Working Through Trauma/Telling Your Story 5:40 Owning your role as a CEO and Expert 9:32 Being Unapologetic About Who You Are 10:15 Alicia Details Why She Started Her Business 12:00 The Freedom of Running Your Business 13:20 How Did You Overcome Challenges in Business 15:00 The Importance of Black Woman Communities  16:00 Integrating Self Care In Your Entrepreneurial Journey 17:50 How Alicia Sets Goals 20:00 Closing and Goodbyes To get connected with Alicia here is her information; Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/aliciabhicks  Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/iamaliciabeatrice    Website- http://www.iamaliciabeatrice.com  Email-

Nov 2020

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$33K in 20 Days: Learn how she did it so you can do it, too. Last month, it only took 20 days for Quanisha to close 33K in NEW sales. Today, she's sharing exactly how she did it. In this episode, you’ll learn: The 3 mindset shifts Quanisha developed to do this level of sales. The #1 action you must take to avoid the dreaded feast or famine cycles. The 4C’s to Consistent Cash & Clients What Black Women need to excel in business And so much more… PLUS Quanisha announced & proudly presented… The RISE 2020 VIRTUAL 3-Day Boot Camp for Black Women Entrepreneurs! If you're ready to land high-end clients CONSISTENTLY, then we invite you to join Quanisha December 11-13 for a transformational weekend of training, coaching, and networking with driven Black women entrepreneurs just like you. Over the course of 3 days, you will be trained on the 6-elements for landing high-end clients, including CEO Mindset Mastery, Profit Principles, Premium Offer Creation, Cash & Client Flow, Premium Positioning, High-ticket Selling, and Creative Financing. Visit www.blackwomanceolive.com to register with pre-sale pricing and save 60% OFF your virtual ticket before the price goes up on Friday, November 6th.

Nov 2020

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Do you think your expertise is worth more than you are earning right now? Would you like to know how to get more visibility and earn more money? Today, we are bringing you Part 3 of the 3 part series called “Get Known: How to Get Known and Paid for Your Expertise”!  In the first part of this series, we talked about some of the common mistakes that we can make as entrepreneurs for getting known and getting paid, particularly in our walk as Black women.  In part two, Quanisha, also known as the Confidence Strategist for Black Women CEOs, took a deep dive into the four ways that you can profit from your gifts, your knowledge, and your expertise.  One of Quanisha’s gifts is coaching, so she shared that she has generated more than $5000 within 30 days in multiple months, and multiple six figures in her business by just sharing what she knows. Historically and culturally, the way that we are socialized, and even our own lived experiences can influence how we show up in business.  In today’s episode, Quanisha will teach you strategies for sharing what you know and getting paid well for your knowledge and experience. She will share 3 things that you can do within the next 30 days to increase your value and visibility, so listen to the entire episode to hear exactly how to do it!  In this training, you'll learn: How to establish your thought leadership How to recognize and claim your expertise When and how to ask for remuneration How to NEVER let anyone pick your brain again! Let's continue the conversation in our online sanctuary The Black Woman CEO Circle. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO

Oct 2020

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Do you want to grow your business and make more money? Would you like to have financial freedom, own your time, and be able to work from anywhere? Today, we are bringing you Part 2 of the 3 part series called “How to Get Known and Paid for Your Expertise”!  In today’s training, Quanisha will teach you how to get paid well for using your unique genius. When you get paid well, you will have the means to build a business around the life you truly desire, and you will be in a position to fund it. Be sure to join us for today’s training, where you will find out all you need to know about getting paid well for your unique brand of brilliance! In this workshop, you will discover FOUR ways to profit from your expertise and passion, and you will learn how to develop, upscale, and sell a signature service your ideal clients will love! Black Woman CEO is all about helping you grow to your next level of impact, income, and influence by assisting you to step into your role as a CEO. Quanisha believes that from the very beginning, you can become a CEO. From that standpoint, you can take on the mindset of strategically driving the vision and mission for your company, and build your business for longevity. Quanisha Green is the Founder and CEO of Black Woman CEO, and she is known around the globe as the Confidence Strategist for Black Women CEOs. She helps highly educated sisters and experienced experts to elevate their confidence so that they can emancipate their earning power.  This year, Black Woman CEO turned five! Over the last five years, we have touched the lives of over 20 000 women, and our social media platform following has now reached 37 000! Whether you sign up as a paid member or to make use of our free resources, you will become part of our community. We currently have over 400 paid customers and clients, and about 75 of them have come in at a very high level. We want to help you learn how to build a premium brand, how to broadcast your brilliance, and how to attract high-end clients. Stay tuned to find out how you can profit from your passion! Power is the ability to create your reality. So go forth and be powerful! In this training, you'll learn: ✔️ Four ways to profit from your passion ✔️ Exactly which method generated $10K+ in 30 days for me multiple times! ✔️ When to add a new stream of revenue to your business. ✔️ Why sharing your story and/or knowledge is all you need to get paid. PLUS Quanisha announced that she’s hosting the Design Your Premium Offer Workshop. Exciting! During this workshop, you'll learn how to develop, upscale, and sell a signature service your ideal clients will love! Learn more & Enroll today: https://blackwomanceo.thrivecart.com/premium-offer/ Let's continue the conversation in our online sanctuary The Black Woman CEO Circle. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO

Oct 2020

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Would you like to learn how to become more creative and expressive? And be inspired to improve your self-care? Today, we’re excited to share an awesome interview with another expert Black Woman CEO! Kandice Cole is the creator of the Unbothered Black Girl Collective, a platform that empowers Black women to reclaim their creativity through self-care. She is joining us on the podcast today to talk about what it means to unleash your creativity as a Black woman. She will also tell us about her background, her area of expertise, and how she functions as a CEO and an entrepreneur. Stay tuned to find out more! Kandice is an unbothered Black woman who spends all her time trying to figure out how to express her creativity as freely as she possibly can. Her mission in all that she does is to help people take an intention or an idea that they have been thinking about for some time, and work out how to get it done. There are many ways to get somewhere, so Kandice helps people to explore how to do whatever they want to do, in a way that makes sense to them, as individuals. Be sure to listen in today, to find out how to unleash your creativity in a way that works for you, and allows you to feel authentic and aligned while doing it.  Power is the ability to create your reality, so go forth and be powerful! In this episode, Kandice shares: Kandice talks about who she is and what she does. Kandice discusses her mission. Why it is so important to be aligned with whatever you are doing. Kandice talks about the work she does. Why the Alice Walker quote on Kandice’s website is so important to her. Some of the steps and activities that Black women need to engage in, to unleash their creativity. Why good ideas often tend to come to us when we’re not looking for them. Kandice explains why play is so important for your creativity. How Kandice came to own her role as an expert and CEO. Some of the challenges she faced while becoming an entrepreneur, and how she overcame them. Kandice explains how she integrates her work, business, life, self-care, and family. How Kandice goes about setting her goals, executing them, and staying focused. A piece of wisdom for the woman who is frustrated with the process of building her business and becoming a rock star CEO. Let's continue the conversation in our online sanctuary The Black Woman CEO Circle. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO  

Sep 2020

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It's time to stop hiding your business and share your gifts with the world. It starts by becoming an active contributor to your own success! Today, we have Part 1 of the 3 part series called How to Get Known! There is a tried and true framework that has been the foundation for Quanisha's success and she's sharing it with you in this episode. Quanisha Green, the founder of Black Woman CEO, created this series to teach you how to promote your business with ease so that you can build a system for getting customers that isn't dependent solely on referrals. In today’s episode, Quanisha will share three mistakes most people make when they start out in business that keeps them from growing and finding the right clients. You'll also learn the 4 C's of getting known - without these, you'll still be hiding from your best customers. Be sure to listen in today, to get what you need to help you get known to your ideal clients! In this episode, you will learn...... For a deeper dive into the content of this podcast, plus live coaching, join us for the Meant for More Live Workshop, starting on September 21st. The importance of growing your business, and letting others know what you do. Why you can't hide if you want to be successful in business. If you don't have a marketing system to generate leads for your business you won't have a business if your referrals dry up. Showing up and sharing what you do for your clients will attract more of your ideal clients. The 4 C's of Getting Known 3 common mistakes CEOs make that keep your ideal clients from knowing you exist. Right now, there are people who are thirsty for the knowledge you have. Showing up consistently is vital to proving your credibility. Let's continue the conversation in our online sanctuary The Black Woman CEO Circle. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO

Aug 2020

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Do you need help in finding and owning your voice? And would you like to find out what it takes to become successful as a Black woman entrepreneur? Today, we’re happy to bring you another Black Woman CEO expert, Dr. Denise Moore Revel. Dr. Denise started her journey of entrepreneurship around helping women to own their voice as a professional speech/ language pathologist, and she does some truly incredible work in that area. She is joining us today to talk about her journey, to share a behind-the-scenes look at some of the strategies used by successful Black women entrepreneurs to make multiple five-figure incomes, and to share some awesome tips and techniques for discovering the power of your voice, and owning your amazing. Today’s episode is going to be power-packed, so listen in to find out what Dr. Denise has to share! Dr. Denise was born in Washington DC and raised in North Carolina. Her roots run deep in the South, so she refers to herself as an urban belle. She enjoys connecting with her family and her community, and she loves getting to know people, finding out what they are all about, and helping them discover who they are. She loves people, having a good time, and living life to the fullest. She has been living in the Washington DC area for more than twenty-five years, but she plans to go back South at some point, to reconnect with her Southern roots. Dr. Denise has so much wisdom to share with you today, so be sure to tune in, to find out how to live authentically, and find your voice. In this episode, Dr. Denise shares: Dr. Denise talks about her mission, and about the work she does. Dr. Denise explains what motivated her to start the Own Your Amazing Movement.  Dr. Denise describes her area of expertise, and she explains why it is so important to her, personally. Why owning who you are, and showing up powerfully and brilliantly, are so important. Sometimes, the help we need comes in the form of coaching or therapy. Black women need to learn to own their expertise. Dr. Denise shares some practical ways to step into owning your amazing. Dr. Denise shares a valuable tool from the book she’s written, Own Your Amazing, Discover the Power to Create a Life You Love. How Dr. Denise came to own her role as an expert and a CEO. Dr. Denise explains how she decided to start her business. It’s time to start making the connection between who you thought you were in the workplace and who you know you are capable of being on your own. Dr. Denise shares some of the early challenges that she faced, and how she overcame them. Some of the questions that Dr. Denise’s business coach gave her to answer, to help her get the foundation of her business in place. Why it’s important to take the time for your self-care. How planning helps you to attain your goals. Let's continue the conversation in our online sanctuary The Black Woman CEO Circle. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO

Aug 2020

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Do you struggle in the area of finances? Would you like to learn how to earn more money and have your business make more profit? Today, we’re excited to bring you an interview with Angela Randolph, one of our expert CEOs. Angela is a CPA, and in today’s episode, she will talk to us about her journey, and she will be sharing some tips and strategies for managing cash flow during periods of uncertainty. Even though we’re starting to come out of quarantine and social distancing at the time of this recording, you still need to think about strategies for coping with uncertainty because it happens a lot in business. Stay tuned to find out more! In this episode, you’ll learn: How Angela helps people get closer to the goals they are trying to achieve. Angela’s mission in life and her motivation for doing what she does. Black women are in the lowest tier of income when it comes to both race and gender. Why you should look for a CPA rather than a bookkeeper. Why cash management is vital for having a successful business. The reason why creating multiple income streams is important for business stability. Ways to prepare to sell your services and products in a creative way. How Angela came to own her role as an expert and CEO. Angela is developing a course on everything you need to know about tax-compliance when you open a business. Some of the earlier challenges that Angela faced and how she overcame them. How Angela integrates all the different aspects of her life. The importance of setting goals, achieving them, and staying focused. The right time to start hiring people. Connect with Angela on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook  Angela’s website    Let's continue the conversation in our online sanctuary The Black Woman CEO Circle. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO

Aug 2020

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Do you want to excel in your business? Would you like to learn how to increase your influence and get some high-end clients? We’re excited to be coming to you today with part three of our Grow Your Business series! In part one, we spoke about how to grow your impact. In part two, we spoke about how to increase your income. And today, we’re talking about how to grow your influence. Stay tuned to find out more! Quanisha Green, the founder of BlackWoman CEO, created this series to teach you how to grow your business with ease so that you can increase your impact, your income, and your influence. In today’s episode, we will share three ways for you to dig deeply into the idea of influencing and building stronger connections with your audience and your potential clients. These things can help you to show up powerfully in your business, as the genius that you are. Be sure to listen in today, to get what you need to help you get to where you want to go! Go forth and be powerful! Show highlights: For a deeper dive into the content of this podcast, plus live coaching, join us for the Meant for More Live Workshop, starting on August the 3rd. The importance of growing your business, and increasing your income, your impact, and your influence. Research shows a couple of different things that impact the capital, and generate the revenue of a business. The things that get in the way of us excelling and exceeding in business. At Black Woman CEO, we combine research with proven strategies and coaching and training relevant to Black women. Quanisha is known as the Confidence Strategist for Black women entrepreneurs around the globe. Talking about Black Woman CEO. We want you to get paid top dollar! Quanisha defines influence. How the Clifton Strength Finders can help influencers. You can develop your influence over time. Thinking about influence as a connection. Touching humans humanly. Connection is the foundation of the house. Getting clear about your values and your vision. Bragging for influence. (Or showcasing your expertise.) Increase your influence by having a presence, showcasing your expertise, and telling your story. Showing up with consistency is vital. Links and resources: The CliftonStrengths The Meant for More Live Workshop Are you struggling to attract clients in your business? Is your income stalling, or you’re not generating as much revenue as you can because you’re wondering if people will pay you that much for your services? If so, you may be making a mistake that is a roadblock to you generating consistent clients. You could be seeing this as an issue or a challenge that’s about business systems or simply strategy. But that may not be it! There may be some underlying reasons, common to us Black women, as to why you aren’t achieving your desired results.  In our week-long online Meant for More Live Workshop, we will teach you the crucial steps to attract consistent clients in both good times and bad. These are strategies that Quanisha learned and implemented after years of studying business and Black women, specifically our unique leadership challenges and strengths. And these have worked for others too! Quanisha will be sharing the exact framework that she used to train and coach her clients. During the week-long Meant for More Workshop, there will be live Q&A coaching time for you to receive customized feedback on your most pressing questions. The goal is to help you find clients now, and the crux of the workshop is to help you to increase your profit, power, and purpose. It is about you tapping into the more that you want for your life.  If you want to grow your business, go ahead and sign up for this live workshop at www.blackwomanceolive.com  to learn the full details of what we’re covering over the week, through five live lessons: The 5 must-haves to find clients now.  The 5 powerful mindsets for more clients and cash. The fastest and simplest path to cash and clients. How to build a premium offer that’s exactly what high-end clients need and want, and therefore will buy. How to talk so high-end clients will invest.    Here’s what Lacrecia said about the Meant for More Workshop: “I have been following Quanisha for a few years and I can say that the Meant For More Live Workshop was the bomb.com. This is the first time that I completed a week-long training to make sure I didn’t miss anything. From the action guide to practical teaching...I walked away more empowered and ready to grow my business.” - Lacrecia Dangerfield, EdD, LPC-MHSP When you go to www.blackwomanceolive.com you also see praise for the Meant for More Workshop from more of our CEO sisters who have benefited from the experience.  The workshop is at no cost. It's about Quanisha helping you to stop self-sabotaging, and to uncover the deeper reasons that may be impacting your profits, your cash flow, and earning what you deserve when it comes to your business, and getting on the path to living your ultimate desired life! Let's continue the conversation in our online sanctuary The Black Woman CEO Circle. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO

Jul 2020

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Do you own a business? If so, would you like to find out what it takes to get it to a higher level and bring in more income? We continue with our series on how to grow your business, and today we’re focusing on how to increase your income. Quanisha Green, the Confidence Strategist for Black Women CEOs, points out that if a business isn’t growing, it’s dying. And nobody wants a dying business, so be sure to stay tuned today, to find out what you need to do to get much more out of your business and to keep it growing. We all have dreams. You might want to work for yourself, work from home, or even travel around the world. And like most of us, you probably also want to own your time and live on your own terms. Your business is your legacy, and in today’s episode, Quanisha talks about how to grow it, and how to increase your impact, your income, and your influence. Stay tuned to learn how to attract your ideal clients, and earn top dollar!  Go forth and be powerful! Show highlights: Join our Meant for More Live Workshop. The next one will be happening on August the 3rd. Are you able to live on your terms? Some of the things that we debunk at Black Woman CEO. You deserve so much more than you were taught to believe. The two primary roles of a CEO. Revenue and income are the life-blood of your business. If your business is not making money, you have an expensive hobby. Is your business helping you get to where you want to go? Setting goals to increase your income. Building your business around your desired lifestyle. You have the right to dream big! How to change course. Quanisha unpacks value-based pricing. Making more income by charging more money. Staying with integrity. You need to do the work, and implement what you learn, to make a change. Register now for the Meant for More Live Workshop. Let's continue the conversation in our online sanctuary The Black Woman CEO Circle.  Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO

Jul 2020

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Do you own a business? If so, would you like to grow it and increase your earning power? In today’s episode of the Black Woman CEO podcast, we will be talking about how to grow your business with ease, and what you need to do to increase your impact, your income, and your influence. If your business is not growing, it is dying, so be sure to listen in today, to find what it takes to keep your business growing and healthy! Your host, Quanisha Green, is the founder and CEO of Black Woman CEO, and she is known as the Confidence Strategist for Black Women Entrepreneurs. Black Woman CEO is the only company that is truly dedicated and research-based, that is helping Black women, with proven strategies and socially relevant tips, to elevate their confidence and increase earning power. Stay tuned to find out how you, as a Black woman entrepreneur, can beat the statistical odds! Power is the ability to create your reality In this episode, you will learn... Black Woman CEO turned five this year! Why Black women are at the bottom of the average American revenue scale. Self-biases in Black women Details about the Meant for More Live Workshop Going deeper into the work with live coaching. Quanisha defines impact. The role vision plays in your business. Income is the life-blood of your business. Defining influence How to increase your impact. What you need to attract customers, clients, and cash. Your business may not be for everybody. Serve the people you’re serving without making any assumptions. Check-in with the people you’re serving. For more impact, show, don’t tell. Mastering your marketing. Tell people what, and sell them how. Building your audience and increasing your reach. The next Meant for More Live Workshop will be on the 3rd of August.  Links and resources: The Meant for More Live Workshop Are you struggling to attract clients in your business? Is your income stalling, or you’re not generating as much revenue as you can because you’re wondering if people will pay you that much for your services? If so, you may be making a mistake that is a roadblock to you generating consistent clients. You could be seeing this as an issue or a challenge that’s about business systems or simply strategy. But that may not be it! There may be some underlying reasons, common to us Black women, as to why you aren’t achieving your desired results.  In our week-long online Meant for More Live Workshop, we will teach you the crucial steps to attract consistent clients in both good times and bad. These are strategies that Quanisha learned and implemented after years of studying business and Black women, specifically our unique leadership challenges and strengths. And these have worked for others too! Quanisha will be sharing the exact framework that she used to train and coach her clients. During the week-long Meant for More Workshop, there will be live Q&A coaching time for you to receive customized feedback on your most pressing questions. The goal is to help you find clients now, and the crux of the workshop is to help you to increase your profit, power, and purpose. It is about you tapping into the more that you want for your life.  If you want to grow your business, go ahead and sign up for this live workshop at www.Blackwomanceolive.com  to learn the full details of what we’re covering over the week, through five live lessons: The 5 must-haves to find clients now.  The 5 powerful mindsets for more clients and cash. The fastest and simplest path to cash and clients. How to build a premium offer that’s exactly what high-end clients need and want, and therefore will buy. How to talk so high-end clients will invest.  When you go to www.Blackwomanceolive.com you also see praise for the Meant for More Workshop from more of our CEO sisters who have benefited from the experience.  The workshop is at no cost. It's about Quanisha helping you to stop self-sabotaging, and to uncover the deeper reasons that may be impacting your profits, your cash flow, and earning what you deserve when it comes to your business, and getting on the path to living your ultimate desired life! Let's continue the conversation in our online sanctuary The Black Woman CEO Circle.  Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO

Jul 2020

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Shenequa Robinson founded Assuage Journey, a soy candle company using her background in the Science of Physiology. She came to appreciate how the Human Body internalizes stress, senses, and emotion. Her education action along with a passion to become an Entrepreneur blossomed into her soy candle Company.  In this episode, you'll learn: How Shenequa's soy candles help her achieve her mission of making homes a place to de-stress. How Shenequa used her expertise to figure out the impact of scent on human stress levels. Why it's important to evoke feelings of calm through scents so people can be comfortable while they're stuck at home. Her early challenges in getting her brand out to the public and owning the title of CEO. Connect with Shenequa Robinson on Instagram@assuagejourney and Online Shop the Assuage Journey Collection: https://www.assuagejourney.com/store/ Let's continue the conversation in our online sanctuary The Black Woman CEO Circle.  Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO

Jul 2020

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In the wake of George Floyd's murder, Black Woman CEO®️ "Called Out Black!" In this episode, discover how the community thrived after this revolutionary decision.  Click here for the full show notes & resources mentioned in today's episode.

Jun 2020

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ARE YOU STRUGGLING TO RECONCILE DOING BUSINESS  WHILE LIVING IN A RACIST SOCIETY? In this episode, I share how I handle growing my business while witnessing and living amongst the persistent racism & injustices impacting the global Black community.  I hope this episode supports you. Let's continue the conversation in our online sanctuary for Black women entrepreneurs doing ALL levels of business- The Black Woman CEO Circle. Resources: Join the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO Register for the Free Meant for More LIVE! Workshop:  www.BlackWomanCEOLive.com Dear White People: Checking Your Privilege Really Isn’t That Hard

May 2020

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This episode continues our "Captivating Clients" Series. Today, we discuss Captivating Clients During Crisis. In this episode, you'll learn: What is client captivation? (And how it's different from plain old marketing) What is Quanisha's #1 high-impact strategy for captivating clients both online and offline? How to captivate clients during tough times- the icky way and non-icky way? Black Woman CEO Resources Watch This Session via Video on the Black Woman CEO Facebook Page Join the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO Register for the Upcoming Meant for More Workshop: www.BlackWomanCEOLive.com

May 2020

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This episode kicks off the 2-part "Captivating Clients" Series. Today, we discuss The Art of Captivating Clients. In this #podcast episode, you'll learn: What is client captivation (And how it's different from plain old marketing) Why now is the time to embrace this unique method of client attraction How to get started with captivating clients...the easy way! Black Woman CEO Resources Watch the live session via the Black Woman CEO Facebook Page Join the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO Register for the Upcoming Meant for More Workshop: www.BlackWomanCEOLive.com

May 2020

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Times of crisis are particularly hard-hitting for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners. Our Black Woman CEO Experts will teach you effective strategies to navigate this unexpected worldwide event. In this episode, Jamie Newton-Knight presents: Keeping Your Family Afloat Amidst The Chaos. You’ll learn: Two ways to prepare for unforeseen events Three strategies for keeping the kids from freaking out Two tips for caring for your elderly parents/family members Book a complimentary ”Motherhood Mastery” Clarity Session with Jamie Black Woman CEO Resources Watch This Session via Video on the Black Woman CEO Facebook Page Join the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO Download The Black Woman CEO “Profit Roadmap” Guide: 5 Steps to Build a Revenue-Generating Business: https://blackwomanceo.com/leadershipguide

Apr 2020

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Times of crisis are particularly hard-hitting for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners. Our Black Woman CEO Experts will teach you effective strategies to navigate this unexpected worldwide event. In this episode, Business Therapist- Seneca Williams, LMHC presents: “4 Mental Health Routines To Improve Your Business” In this episode, you will: Identify how crisis impacts your mental health & business.  Develop mental health routines for life and business. Create a new normal to improve mental health in crisis. Grab Seneca’s Free Workbook "5 Day Business Mindset Shift” (Scroll to the Middle): www.senecawilliams.com Black Woman CEO Resources Watch This Session via Video on the Black Woman CEO Facebook Page Join the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO Download The Black Woman CEO “Profit Roadmap” Guide: 5 Steps to Building a Revenue Generating Business: www.blackwomanceo.com/leadershipguide

Mar 2020

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I’m honored my CEO Sister, Confidence Coach for Women- Taria Pritchett, invited me to be a Guest Coach for her SPRING CLEAN YOUR LIFE CHALLENGE. Today, I covered my "M.O.M." strategy to a Nice & Clean Business. Also, I announced our new guide is available: The Profit Roadmap In this 7-page Profit Roadmap Guide, you will: Discover The Black Woman CEO Millionaires Strategy Learn 5 Steps to a Revenue Generating Business Understand 3 Roadblocks to Avoid for Consistent Client Attraction Grab your copy today- Download Here: https://blackwomanceo.com/leadershipguide/

Mar 2020

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Times of crisis are hard-hitting for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners. Our Black Woman CEO Experts will teach you effective strategies to navigate this unexpected worldwide event. In this episode, Dr. Monikah Ogando presents: "Money Moves In Times Of Mayhem." You'll learn: The 4 main categories of biz owners, and what to do for each one. What stage of business growth you are in and what your priority should be for each one. What every savvy investor does with their portfolio and how to use the same strategy for your business. How to craft a plan that gives you peace of mind, even amid chaos and uncertainty. Catch Dr. Monikah’s Free workshop “Freedom in Your Finances” and delve more in-depth with the strategies shared today: https://monikahogando.com/mo/freedom-in-your-finances-webinar/ Schedule a “Walk Your Way to Wealth” Private call with Dr. Monikah, click here: www.monikahogando.com/calendar   Black Woman CEO Resources Watch This Session via Video on the Black Woman CEO Facebook Page Join the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO Download 7 Creative Financing Strategies for Black Women in Business: www.blackwomanceo.com/funding

Mar 2020

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Times of crisis are particularly hard-hitting for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners. Our Black Woman CEO Experts will teach you effective strategies to navigate this unexpected worldwide event. Did you know: How you show up in your business is directly connected to how you take care of your self.  Entrepreneurs who have sustained stress are more likely to make mistakes, are less creative with their offers, and can appear desperate when selling.  Aisha designed this episode to help entrepreneurs focus on lower stress through daily self-care practice. You’ll discover: The 3 areas that need tending in times of uncertainty How your level of stress impacts your ability to sell and serve The 5 essential components of a self-care plan Grab Aisha’s Self-care Plan Template: http://selfcarebyaisha.com/freegift Black Woman CEO Resources Watch This Session via Video on the Black Woman CEO Facebook Page Join the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO Subscribe to Black Woman CEO Podcast: www.BlackWomanCEOPodcast.com Download 7 Creative Financing Strategies for Black Women in Business: www.blackwomanceo.com/funding

Mar 2020

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Times of crisis are particularly hard-hitting for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners. Has the recent pandemic left you feeling panicked?  Are you struggling with not getting things done because you are overwhelmed with the What Ifs of the current outbreak?   Do you want to feel more in control of your time?   Our Black Woman CEO Experts will teach you effective strategies to navigate this unexpected worldwide event. In this session, Tiffany Blassingame Presents: Moving from Panic to Productivity. You’ll learn: The #1 way to expand your thinking so that you make the most of opportunities Strategic moves to tackle those never-ending items on your to-do list My 3Ps for Achieving Wellness through Productivity Book Your 30-minute “Chaos to Calm” Strategy Session with Tiffany: https://calendly.com/twblassingame Black Woman CEO Resources Watch This Session via Video on the Black Woman CEO Facebook Page Join the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO Subscribe to Black Woman CEO Podcast: www.BlackWomanCEOPodcast.com Download 7 Creative Financing Strategies for Black Women in Business: www.blackwomanceo.com/funding

Mar 2020

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Times of crisis are particularly hard-hitting for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners. Our Black Woman CEO Experts will teach you effective strategies to navigate this #Covid19 unexpected worldwide event. In this session, Trenia Parham Presents: "3 Ways To Establish Healthy Boundaries During Crisis" You'll learn: How to make yourself the #1 priority How to be realistic about what you can give and how much you’re willing to help and support other people. How to prioritize and focus on one thing at a time. Don't forget: Download Your Copy of Trenia’s: “10 Commandments for Establishing Boundaries During a Crisis” Click here: https://mailchi.mp/626c11167881/boundariesduringcrisis Black Woman CEO Resources Watch This Session via Video on the Black Woman CEO Facebook Page Join the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO Download 7 Creative Financing Strategies for Black Women in Business: www.blackwomanceo.com/funding

Mar 2020

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During this Coronavirus pandemic and beyond, we at Black Woman CEO, see our role as helping you to maintain your calm and confidence as a CEO by 1) Leading by example; and 2) Being a valuable resource. In this episode, we address the social media buzz around whether or not you should sell during times of crisis. We break down myths, mistakes, and offer a clear solution for building your business in good and bad times. -AND- Times of crisis are particularly hard-hitting for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners. Join me and other brilliant Black Woman CEO Experts on WEDNESDAY MARCH 18th from 1:30-5:00 pm EST for this Facebook Live Virtual Summit. Learn effective strategies to navigate this unexpected worldwide event. RSVP here on the Facebook Event Page: www.BlackWomanCEOLive.com Black Woman CEO Resources Join us for "Maintaining Your Calm & Confidence" Virtual Summit: www.BlackWomanCEOLive.com Click Here to Watch Today's Episode via Video 10 Tips to Virus Proof Your Business: https://blackwomanceo.com/virus-proof-your-business/ Join the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO

Mar 2020

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In this time of changes, challenges, and uncertainty, LaShanda Henry, CEO of Sistasense.com, encourages you to work on staying positive, prayerful, productive and paid. In an effort to support your efforts, she is hosting a week-long Maintain Your Momentum Virtual Training series with the help of some of her business besties (that’s me) and entrepreneur experts to help you get clear about what we, as women entrepreneurs should be doing now. I’m the first expert on deck, presenting “Maintaining Your Calm and Confidence as a CEO” In this episode, you'll learn: 🔸The #1 high-impact method to position yourself as a thought leader in good and bad times. 🔸4 proven steps to overcome doubt, end procrastination, and manage fear so you can maintain your momentum at all times 🔸3 surefire ways to find clients now who are ready to work with you. For the Live Event and Replays, Click Here: http://bit.ly/BWCMomentum Black Woman CEO Resources Grab Your Black Woman CEO Creative Financing Guide: https://blackwomanceo.com/funding Join the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO/

Mar 2020

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Let’s talk about how to protect your business during this Coronavirus pandemic and beyond. In today's episode, I share the audio from a Facebook Live discussing "10 Tips to Virus Proof Your Business." Some of the topics we'll cover: Diversifying Your Revenue Dominating Your Industry Automating Your Sales and Marketing Meeting Client Needs and Reducing Refunds/Cancellations Plus much more. Dive in and learn how to secure your business today! Black Woman CEO Resources Click Here to Watch Today's Episode on Facebook Need Help Virus Proofing Your Business, Let's Talk: Book Your Business Breakthrough Session: https://calendly.com/quanishasmith/bizbreakthrough Download Your Creative Financing Guide: blackwomanceo.com/funding Join the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO

Mar 2020

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Do you know it's tough to grow a business on top of overwhelm and stress? This weekend, I cleared my calendar after leading the 3-day "Meant for More" series because I was tired and felt suffocated by the to-do list. Whenever I'm overwhelmed, here's one of my first actions. Black Woman CEO Resources Book Your Business Breakthrough Session: https://calendly.com/quanishasmith/bizbreakthrough. Join the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO/

Feb 2020

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A year ago, I found myself crying on my bedroom floor unable to think, talk, or breathe (...anxiety attacks aren’t pleasant). Everything came to a screeching halt, which is the natural consequence for someone worrying and overdoing it for months...and with little attention to adequate self-care. Have you ever experienced a time like this in your life- one where you couldn’t take one more thing? ...not one more broken household item ...not one more tantrum from your kid ...not one more unexpected change to your master plan (... come on, can’t the universe just follow our lead, geesh!) Can you relate? If so, then you know having an emotional breakdown or any unexpected emergency can severely impact your livelihood. For us business gals, that’s our Cashflow, Confidence, and Credibility ::ouch:: How does one recover and get back to business? in this episode, I shared what I learned (and am still doing)- Listen Today! Links Back to Business Conference- Click here to learn more and register: http://bit.ly/BacktoBiz

Oct 2019

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Mia Redrick, The Mom Strategist™, a mentor, entrepreneur, lifestyle brand and a best-selling author empowers moms to live fully. She believes that you can achieve your goals in motherhood and teaches mothers her strategies and formulas to make it happen. Mia’s advice is frequently featured on The Huffington Post, Dr. Oz’s Sharecare, Dr. Laura just to name a few. Her advice has been featured in Essence, Self and Women’s World magazine. She is the premier thought leader, change agent, and sought-after speaker, who is shifting, influencing  the conversation and relevancy about “happiness in motherhood.” Mia believes that when a mother is happy she adds value to her family, community, and her life. In this episode, Mia shares:  How she beat naysayers and created her own lane by focusing on staying steeped in her purpose...with her clients coming to her. Why she always built her business like a big business. The importance of playing BIG and having a GIANT mentality. The benefits of mainstream media. How to get your clients to champion your cause to help position you as an expert. Her key piece of wisdom, “Your environment never dictates your worth...Your value is not established like that.” She's a GIANT… Let's Dive in! Connect with Mia Redrick: www.MiaRedrick.com Mia’s Books: Time for Mom-Me:5 Essential Strategies for A Mother’s Self-Care and Time for Mom-Me: 365 Daily Strategies for a Mother’s Self-Care Suggested Reading: What to Say When You Talk to Yourself (The Power of Reframing Your Inner Game) By Shad Helmstetter Ph.D, 

Sep 2019

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What if you could have done everything right the first time? Imagine just how far along you'd be right now. Actually, I think of that a lot too...They say you learn from your mistakes, but I say different - learn from MY mistakes. Looking back, there were three mistakes that held me back the most in entrepreneurship... That's why I am teaching a FREE Masterclass "10K in 30 Days" on how I was able to develop a successful business with a rather demanding life. Discover my simple process for attracting high-value clients- so you can too! Learn More & Register Here: https://blackwomanceo.com/webinar

Jul 2019

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Your success starts with a decision. A decision to finally take steps to actualize your dreams and your vision. If you really want what you say you want... If you're ready to bridge the gap between where you are and where you want to be... Then, you must FIGHT! And you must decide YOU are worth fighting for. Make the decision to stop dreaming and discover how to get on the path to living your legacy! Click Here to Learn More & Schedule Your "Business Breakthrough" Strategy Session: http://blackwomanceo.com/coaching-sale

Jul 2019

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Catch up on 2019 RISE Honoree interview with Dr. June Christian, Global Inclusion Solutionist. This is one interview you don't want to miss. Dr. June laid it out and shared how she's attracted $7K to $25K in PAID contracts after being in business for only 13 MONTHS. Also, SPIRIT won out again. Quanisha shared another unexpected giveaway at the end for sisters who said, “Yes Aya” If you're ready to experience June's level of success, then explore Black Woman CEO's AYA Network- Click here: www.blackwomanceo.com/yesaya There's still time to participate in the RISE Virtual Summit. Register TODAY: http://bit.ly/RISESUMMIT2019

Feb 2019

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Catch up on our 2019 RISE Honoree interview with Kim Davis, Christian Spiritual Strength Trainer. She showed us the money and that’s not even the best of it... SPIRIT literally moved throughout this session. So much so that I made a totally unexpected giveaway for sisters who said: “Yes Aya." If you're ready to experience Kim's level of success, then explore Black Woman CEO's AYA Network- Click here: www.blackwomanceo.com/yesaya There's still time to participate in the RISE Virtual Summit. Register TODAY: http://bit.ly/RISESUMMIT2019

Feb 2019

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Catch up on 2019 RISE Honoree interview with Dr. Marvette Lacy, Qualitative Dissertation Coach. She dropped some knowledge and shared a few of her revenue figures, too!! If you're ready to experience Dr. Marvette's level of success, then explore Black Woman CEO's AYA Network- Click here: www.blackwomanceo.com/yesaya There's still time to participate in the RISE Virtual Summit. Register TODAY: http://bit.ly/RISESUMMIT2019

Feb 2019

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In this special episode sponsored by MeetEdgar (http://bit.ly/BWCEdgar), Quanisha announces a major BWC podcast WIN. Also, she keeps it real (as always) and shares the behind the scenes details of what it takes to manage this podcast plus run a profitable business. PLUS this episode includes an exclusive replay of the 2019 Black Woman CEO RISE Virtual Summit Kickoff with Keynote Speaker, Shelly Bell, Founder & CEO of Black Girl Ventures. REGISTER HERE: http://bit.ly/RISESUMMIT2019

Feb 2019

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LaShanda Henry, Founder of Sistasense, is a pioneer in creating a space for Black women in the digital world. She has been mentoring start-up women entrepreneurs for over 17 years with learning how to make sense of making money online. Also, she’s the event creator for one of the most powerful conferences for women entrepreneurs: The Back to Business Virtual Conference. Her mission is to inspire others to actualize their personal dreams and business goals through the use of technology. In this episode, LaShanda shares: Her story of leaving her job at the scariest point, while pregnant, to start her business. How she took a piece of the digital world and made it her own, then mentored other women to do the same for over the past 17 years. How she created the change she wanted to see by pioneering digital tech spaces for Black women. A process for balancing the creative side of your business with the revenue-generating side. Two key ways she positioned herself as an expert CEO (#1: Just Show Up!). Practical systems that allow her to integrate family and business. The importance of shifting your mindset in order to transition your business from side hustle to Black Woman CEO. She holds a wealth of knowledge.  Let’s Dive In! Don’t forget: Join the Movement, visit BlackWomanCEO.com

Oct 2018

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In this episode, we launch our Black Woman CEO "Profit & Power" tips. Today, I share how to Remember Who You Are! Episode brought to you by the Get Known Business Bootcamp (Learn more:www.GetKnownBootcamp.com)

Oct 2017

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In this episode, we’re hearing from Dr. Angela M. Shuttlesworth. A Social Worker by training and most of all heart, Dr. Angela M. Shuttlesworth has served in the capacities of Counselor, Utilization Management Coordinator, Educator, Trainer, Auditor and Director of Organizational Development for the District of Columbia’s Department of Behavioral Health. Dr. Angela’s unique combination of expertise, research, and experience produce a perspective like none other! She is a strategist with the biggest heart that you will ever meet. If you want to understand the layers behind the layers and under those layers that are connected to the parts of you that no one sees, she is the strategist for you! Dr. Angela is dedicated to creating safe spaces for people to do their heart work, remove barriers and thrive while operating in their genius zone by equipping leaders to move from communicating to connecting and to engaging. She is surely an asset to the professional world. In this episode, Dr. Angela shares: How leaving your personal life outside the door doesn’t always work. Reveals what could be keeping you from shining as a leader in your workplace. The benefits of creating partnerships and affiliate relationships. What you really need to consider when transitioning from full-time employee to full-time Black Woman CEO Setting goals, executing and staying focused as a Black Woman CEO Her #1 Success Strategy tip for the beginner CEO Let's Dive In!  Remember: Connect with Dr. Angela at www.BeLeadGrow.com For additional "Profit & Power" strategies, download the "Client & Cash" Black Woman CEO Action Guide Today: www.ClientCashGuide.com

Oct 2017

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In this episode, Dr. Christi Monk- Founder of Women with Beauty, Brains, & Boundaries, The Workplace Leadership Institute and The Confidence Suite- shares her personal journey and gives her success strategies for owning who you are.   In this episode, you'll learn: How shrinking and “people pleasing” compromised her self-esteem and cost her two jobs. How your current friend's circle may be holding you back. Explains why she identifies Clarity as the #1 must-have for entrepreneurial success. The importance of vision and how mentorship can help articulate it. Why Servant Leadership is pivotal to accepting her role as expert and CEO.   Why it takes TIME to grow a business and the idea of “having it all together” is a myth How to build a business and manage an active dating life. Plus Dr. Christi shares what she REALLY thinks about Quanisha! As you can see, she’s a POWERHOUSE.  Let’s Dive In!  Connect with Dr. Christ at www.ChristiMonk.com Remember to take Dr.Christ’s “Influence IQ Quiz” mentioned during the episode: www.yourinfluenceiqquiz.com

Sep 2017

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Tara Pringle Jefferson is a writer, speaker, and self-care coach. She is the founder of Bloom Beautifully, a self-care subscription service that gives women bimonthly care packages alongside a community of support. With this business, Tara teaches women that the best way to achieve their goals is to first pour into themselves. She also hosts workshops on stress reduction, time management, and personal development. Her Strength & Super Power: “I have the ability to look at people and see how I can help them immediately." In this episode, Tara shares: The influence of microaggressions at work and other workplace concerns inspired her to plant seeds and tend to her own garden (i.e. launch a business). How she balanced entrepreneurship at 22 years old with two kids. Her journey of self-discovery and what she did to broaden her business upon realizing her "Young Mommy" brand felt constrictive after 7 years in operation. The importance of tracking your progress and how far you’ve come. Tara's self-care subscription service helps women not be invisible to themselves. Tara pours her total self into her business by adding a personal & human touch to business so her clients can know she cares. In this episode, she shares her key strategies for remaining personable while honoring your business as a business (such as, bringing on help and mobilizing your customers as an army who will go to bat for you). As a self-care expert, Tara "walks her talk" and reveals her personal self-care strategy that helps her to exhale. Connect with Tara: She blogs at www.TheRenaissanceSuite.com Resources Mentioned during the episode: Grab your Self-care Subscription: TheSelfCareBox.com The Good Life: Prep talk for stressed entrepreneurs The Renaissance Suite Facebook Group

Aug 2017

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Do you know that your story matters greatly to your business? In launching our podcast, I didn't fully share my story and what motivated me to start my business. In place of a solo episode, I'm releasing this exclusive training I co-led with Actress, Comedian, and Storytelling Expert Kim Coles on how to share your story for business success. During the training, we lead by example and demonstrate how to tell a story that matters. In this episode, we'll answer some common questions and provide advice, such as: 1) How to tell your story without telling all your business. 2) What story to tell if nothing bad ever happened to you. 3) How to get paid to tell your story (yes, people will people really pay you for this!). Listen today and learn 3 key ways to leverage your story and grow your business (even if you're just getting started).  For additional "Profit & Power" strategies, download the "Client & Cash" Black Woman CEO Action Guide Today: www.ClientCashGuide.com Don't forget, connect with Kim Coles: www.KimColes.TV   About Kim Coles As a Multifaceted actress, comedian, author, and speaker, Kim Coles has delighted audiences for over 30 years. Also as a sought-after coach and online academy teacher, Kim guides women with an entrepreneurial mindset on the incredible healing journey of telling and leveraging their own authentic stories to inspire others to learn, laugh and leave their powerful own legacy. In her latest venture, Kim Coles is combining comedy and inspiration to empower others with her unique program called “Speak Your Gifts.” Through speaking engagements, live events, workshops, and products, Kim inspires others to discover their own true “gifts” so that they may share them with the world. Kim Coles currently resides in Los Angeles where she spreads love, laughter, and inspiration.

Jul 2017

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