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A BlackWoman In Love is the most powerful woman in the world. She is fierce, vulnerable, and always standing in her power. It's time for the BlackWoman's voice to come off of mute. When we are unapologtic about our ambitions, our purpose will shine through. Let's celebrate and elevate the BlackWoman in the ONLY fashion worthy of her stature and title; through the voices of other BlackWomen. #BlackWomanConfidential #BlackWomanStartup Join us now Www.BlackWomanConfidential(dotcom) and get all ...
 
Join host, Lilada Gee – a warrior, healer, community mother, (but certainly not a singer) - in gripping conversations committed to highlighting the experiences and stories of Black girls and women. As an unapologetic voice in defense of Black girls, meet her at the frontlines each week discussing topics that most impact our girls in their homes, schools, and communities. You will not want to miss one single, fearless conversation! Subscribe to lilada.org to stay updated! And to help support ...
 
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Talking Off The Couch

Tatiana Smith, M.A., LPC-S, Mental Health and Wellness Counseling, Personal

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Talking of the Couch podcast is a weekly podcast that focuses on mental health and mental wellness with in the communities of color. These conversations will be with Tatiana Smith, a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas. It's time to shed light and break stigmas within the black culture about mental health/illness and mental wellness as well as in other communities of color. This podcast is a voice for the mental health community as well as the average person who may be strugglin ...
 
Scale Your Joy is for the “smart with heart” high achiever looking to ditch the corporate grind and sidestep the “hustle hard” startup scene to design a life and business they love. Scale Your Joy is hosted by Kaneisha Grayson, a Harvard Business School and Harvard Kennedy School grad, author, essayist, avid traveler, and self-made entrepreneur. Each week, she shares her personal experiences and advice on crafting a life and building a business that not only showcases your formal education a ...
 
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Episode Topics in Order: Nash's Life Ramblings - NEW JOB! Yay! Scripted TV Recommendations: You Need to Watch Search Party and Abbott Elementary! I'm officially a "And Just Like That" Stan Now (I know!) Reality Tv Talk - That VPR Reunion Was ICONIC and Paris in Love is fabulous (Let's talk about the husband!) UGH RHOSLC FAIL visit www.TheNashAttack…
 
I’ve been left to my own devices and I'm handling this episode solo. I am in Squishmallow FAN and I need you to love me in spite of it. I'm also giving you television recommendations - How I Met Your Father (Hulu), Beanie Mania (HBOMax), and Summerhouse (Bravo). Summerhouse we're getting DEEP on that premiere episode. I'm also talking about this cr…
 
The Nash Attack Podcast Group of Frandz is happy to introduce Tommie, the Bravo TV Mama, who is here to talk Summerhouse. She just binged the entire series starting from season 1 so we are going all in. She's tried Loverboy, she loves Hamptons Water - it's safe to save she is ready to SEND IT in this episode. Oh BTW we recorded this before Carl and…
 
From the fashion to the arrest, we are talking everything Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. We have reunion no shows and slurs being thrown around, so there's quite a bit to cover. We are opinionated queens, don't come for us or we will send Jesus for you! visit www.TheNashAttack.com/ep-301 Instagram: TheNashAttackPodcast Facebook: TheNashAttackPo…
 
Still in this midst of my new day-to-day, I'm recommending some shows to check out. TwentySomethings: Austin on Netflix is adorable and you need to give it a watch. On a far less cute note, Vanderpump Rules is still serving. I know some folks have given up on this show but it's still a juicy mess. I'm talking in detail about it because I am still w…
 
A new season of life calls for a new season of The Nash Attack Podcast! Welcome to Season 3! I am funemployed due to the Great Resignation aka I quit my job out of total burnout so I'm podcasting regularly again. Today I'm recommending some tv shows to watch because I want to talk with you about them more. NO SPOILERS in this episode but I'm talkin…
 
It’s no secret that the tech industry has a diversity problem. Dr. Dédé Tetsubayashi, a product equity, inclusion and tech ethicist, joins to discuss how the lack of representation within tech adversely impacts product equity and user experiences, and how tech companies can be more inclusive. Dr. Dédé also shares how she educates and empowers indiv…
 
From a newly immigrated nanny to CEO, Jackie Glenn has embraced life’s challenges with boldness and humility, always being true to herself and giving back to those who come after her. It’s this commitment to helping others, which led Jackie to write her instructional biography, Lift As I Climb: An Immigrant Girl’s Journey Through Corporate America.…
 
Women of color face unique gender and racial barriers to their professional advancement and are less likely to move into leadership roles. In today’s bonus episode, we speak to the women of The FLI Collective, a lifestyle podcast that deals with the experiences of being first generation and low income in academia. We examine some of these challenge…
 
Stuck on how to turn your passion project into so much more? After more than a decade in accounting and finance at companies like Morgan Stanley, Viacom, and Johnson & Johnson, Beth Diana Smith left her six-figure salary and the corporate world to launch her own interior design firm, Beth Diana Smith Interior Design. Her style is modern and eclecti…
 
In this episode, my mentor, Dr. Kerry Ann Rockquemore and I are sharing what you need to know about the steps you have to take to start looking for a mentor, what to actually look for in a mentor, how to initiate a conversation, and how to make the most of your time. Kerry Ann explains that one of the best services you can do yourself is to ask, “W…
 
With rising costs of living, steadily increasing debt, and stagnant wages, middle class Americans may find themselves living paycheck to paycheck. But is there even a Black middle class? Imari Smith, a doctoral student in Duke University’s Joint Program in Sociology and Public Policy, argues that the Black middle class is a “subaltern middle class”…
 
Every year women perform thousands of hours and trillions of dollars of unpaid work. You’ve likely heard of the invisible daily household work women perform, but what about unpaid community activism performed by Black and Brown women? Dr. Nina Banks, an associate professor of economics at Bucknell University, argues that this collective activism pl…
 
Many employers require their employees to follow workplace dress codes. Employers can regulate employees’ clothing, makeup, hairstyles, nails, and more. Your employer might even be able to regulate your weight. Although the line between discriminatory and simply burdensome may seem blurry, today, Professor Stacy Hawkins, Vice Dean and Professor of …
 
After spending over a year working from home, returning to the office and readjusting to your company dress code can be challenging. Today, Doreen Pierre, a Brooklyn based fashion writer, visual content creator, and events producer chats about how restrictive dress codes inhibit us from bringing our true Selves to work. Doreen’s work centers people…
 
Welcome to the debut of a brand new Scale Your Joy segment, the Entrepreneurial Intervention! Episode 18: Entrepreneurial Intervention - Asia Small of The Purpose of Prep is an interview with an amazing young entrepreneur who has hit the ground running with her college admissions business. We talk about how I got started, the steps Asia has already…
 
Are you guilty of performative allyship? Today’s guest, Dr. Maxine Davis, a scholar, activist, and author, breaks down the pitfalls of performative allyship and how even well-meaning professionals can perpetuate oppression and social harms in the workplace. In early 2021, Dr. Davis authored an article in Nature Human Behavior, Anti-black practices …
 
Far too often, we operate in workplaces where women of color leaders are lacking. However, that’s not because women of color lack leadership skills. Nor is it because of a lack of interest. Break Concrete is kicking off Season 4 with Dr. Marlette Jackson, a scholar, diversity and inclusion consultant, and co-author of the Harvard Business Review ar…
 
In this episode, we’re going backstage with the oh-so-creative Aleksej Aarsaether and talking all about the joys and challenges of balancing creative talents with a career in business. Aleksej is a screenwriter, theater actor and director, an excellent salesperson and trainer, and soon-to-be Oxford MBA graduate. Just a year ago, Aleksej joined my t…
 
This month, I am thrilled to bring you an interview with the multitalented, fulfilled and purposeful Jayne Allen, author of Black Girls Must Die Exhausted. We’ll explore the ups and downs of the journey that led her to write Black Girls Must Die Exhausted, and meet her deliciously deep and relatable protagonist, Tabitha Walker. Get inspired with me…
 
I’m showing my love this week by sharing details about myself! To show my appreciation for you loyal listeners, I’m answering personal questions so you can really get to know me, Kaneisha Grayson, host of Scale Your Joy, founder of The Art of Applying, woman with hopes and dreams and fears! Tune into Episode 15: My Answers to 10 Vulnerable Question…
 
This week I’m talking money, honey! Tune in to learn from some of the imperfect actions I’ve taken with Episode 14: 5 Money Mistakes I Made in My Million-Dollar Business. When I started my business with just me and my laptop, I was a Harvard Business School and Harvard Kennedy School graduate. What I didn’t yet realize is that it's a whole differen…
 
Join me for the premiere of Season 2, Episode 13, as I take you through my home-buying experience of turning buyer’s remorse into decider’s delight! We’ve all experienced buyer’s remorse in one shape or another, so I’m sharing the seven steps I went through to process my feelings, get feedback, and problem-solve my way to feeling better. And are yo…
 
Motherhood and mothering can be complicated, but Tomi Akitunde has built a much needed resource for Black moms: mater mea also known as Black Mom Google. Tomi is an award-winning journalist who founded mater mea, the #1 destination for thoughtful, high quality content that celebrates, supports, and empowers Black moms. mater mea helps Black moms ge…
 
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