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Quite Frankly is a podcast about the the University of Pennsylvania, its students, higher education and Philadelphia. Each episode examines a specific topic in depth, highlighting first-hand student perspectives, administrative input and commentary from experts. Whether you’re a student, professor, alumnus, administrator, parent, or Philadelphian, tune in. Quite Frankly is presented by the Daily Pennsylvanian, Penn’s independent, student-run newspaper.
 
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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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…
 
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…
 
In this episode, Kenny sat down with Allison Coates, an educator working to change math education. After discussing her background growing in the education system, they discuss how the current model doesn't offer enough challenge for gifted students. They also discuss how math classes today are over-concerned with protecting students' feelings over…
 
In this episode, Kenny sits down with Peter Arcidiacono. Peter is an economist at Duke University, and was the SFFA's lead analyst in their lawsuit against Harvard. They discuss Peter's findings with regard to Harvard's admissions discrimination against Asian Americans, and they dive deep into the explanations and results of this information. Follo…
 
In this episode, Kenny sits down with author Rob Henderson. They start by discussing Rob's background growing up in foster care and how he eventually ended up in the military, then Yale University. They discuss Ivy League admissions, meritocracy, and dig deep into how these institutions affect social status. Follow Rob: https://twitter.com/robkhend…
 
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…
 
On this episode, Kenny was invited as a guest on the "What Happens Next" show. He joins professors Jonathan Zimmerman and Patrick Allitt to discuss the ongoing discrimination against Asian Americans at top universities and the value of meritocracy. Over the course of a lively debate, they cover the issues from multiple angles and Kenny is able to a…
 
On this episode, Kenny sits down with Libertarian journalist John Stossel. They discuss John's perspective on the ideal economic system and how capitalism is our best bet for building a well-functioning society. They also discuss how meritocracy, social mobility, and colorblindness factor into proper market activity. Follow John: https://www.johnst…
 
In this episode, Kenny is joined by Greg Foreman, host of the Black Conservative Perspective on YouTube. They begin by discussing Greg's background as a financial advisor and how that informs his perspectives. Listen in as they explore the importance of financial literacy, individual choice, and how people of all races can overcome financial barrie…
 
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…
 
This week, Kenny appeared on Break the Rules to discuss his new book and how Asian Americans threaten the prevailing racial narrative. They are also joined by Indian Bronson, with whom Kenny discusses the interplay between race, culture, and society. Listen as they discuss these issues and more. Original show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7NkeQ…
 
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…
 
This week, Kenny is joined by professor Rima Azar. Rima is a Lebanese immigrant to Canada who was recently suspended from her position for questioning BLM and the existence of systemic racism. Listen to her and Kenny discuss whether the West is racist, the true solutions to racism, and more, on this episode of the Inconvenient Minority Podcast. BUY…
 
In this episode, Kenny sits down with writer and commentator Samuel Sey. They talk about Samuel's upbringing in Ghana, his introduction to critical race theory after moving to Canada, and the ways in which CRT does not accurately address race issues. Listen as Kenny and Samuel discuss these topics and more on the Inconvenient Minority Podcast. BUY …
 
In this episode, Kenny welcomes author and commentator Heather Mac Donald. They discuss the philosophical origins of wokeness, the reasons behind racial disparities, and the necessity of a colorblind system. Listen as Kenny and Heather explore these topics and more on the Inconvenient Minority Podcast. BUY KENNY'S NEW BOOK: https://www.amazon.com/I…
 
This week, Kenny appeared on the Michael Knowles Show to discuss his upcoming book, "An Inconvenient Minority." They cover the dangers of racial identity politics, Harvard's racist admissions system, and how Asian Americans don't fit into the critical race theory worldview. Listen as Kenny and Michael discuss these issues and more. Pre-order Kenny'…
 
In this episode, Kenny sits down with writer and academic Charles Murray to discuss the findings of his new book, "Facing Reality: Two Truths About Race in America." They talk about group statistics vs. individuals, the meaning of meritocracy, and the research surrounding intelligence. Listen as Kenny and Dr. Murray explore these topics and more on…
 
In this episode, Kenny narrates the history of critical race theory and explains how it emerged directly from Harvard University. He also discusses how ideas spread within academia and then out into the broader culture. Join Kenny as he demonstrates just how deep the roots of critical race theory go on the Inconvenient Minority Podcast. Pre-order K…
 
In this episode, Kenny goes on Rhett Palmer's radio show to discuss his upcoming book, "An Inconvenient Minority." They dive into the attack on meritocracy and the contradictions in Harvard's race narrative. Join them as they examine these critical issues and more on the Inconvenient Minority podcast. Pre-order Kenny's upcoming book: https://www.am…
 
In this episode, Kenny sits down with PragerU influencer Will Witt. They talk about Witt's journey to where he his now, the myth of white privilege, and what wokeness is doing to the minds of college students around the country. Join them as they discuss these pressing issues on the Inconvenient Minority. Follow Kenny: https://twitter.com/kennymxu …
 
In this episode, Kenny speaks with Lily Tang Williams and hears her story of surviving severe hardship under Mao Zedong. They discuss how identity politics and neo-Marxism are driving America apart, and how important it is that we stand against hatred and division. Join Kenny and Lily as they discuss these important historical and current trends. F…
 
In this episode, Kenny sits down with Allie Beth Stuckey, a podcaster, author, and commentator. They discuss modern campus culture and how it often conflicts with a faith-driven understanding of the world. Stuckey also explains how the modern obsession with self love is actually harmful to both individuals and society. Join Kenny and Allie as they …
 
In this episode, Kenny welcomes Paul Rossi, a math teacher at Grace Church School in Manhattan who was recently relieved from his teaching duties after criticizing critical race theory. Join them as they discuss how these dangerous ideas are spreading through our schools, and how other belief systems can better prepare students for adulthood. Study…
 
Tune in for the final episode of season 1 this week as we talk all things friendship, careers, and the grief and gratitude we’ve experienced through COVID-19. We discuss the importance of being in integrity with your inner wisdom and celebrating who you are. Don’t miss this wonderful episode for the season finale, and I can’t wait to be back with y…
 
In this new mini-series, Kenny breaks down the tactics that Harvard uses to deny Asian American's acceptance into the elite school. In this episode, Kenny will talk about the personality score that Harvard uses as their excuse to reject Asians and to raise the acceptance rates of Blacks and Hispanics. Tune in to learn more about the Havard Admissio…
 
Join me this week as I’m sharing my Lifestyle Entrepreneur Assessment Profile to help you know if you’re ready to take the leap into full-time entrepreneurship. This is an excellent tool to assess your readiness, and you can listen to this episode multiple times whenever you’re thinking of making the move. Tune in to hear what it takes, and receive…
 
In this episode, Kenny sits down with Alfonso Aguilar, the President, Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles, to talk about culture, mindset, and immigration regarding Hispanics and the southern border. Tune in to listen to this interesting and relevant conversation with Kenny and Alfonso about these topics and what they mean for America as…
 
Have you ever felt burned out? I am all too familiar with burnout and how devastating it can be. Tune in this week to find out what burnout is and why it might be happening in your life. Discover the behaviors that will cultivate burnout, and hear my one simple tip to heal from burnout and make sure you never experience it again. Get full show note…
 
In this episode, Kenny welcomes Deroy Murdock, a political commentator and editor, to discuss his upbringing and views on society. Deroy will tell his parents’ story of legally immigrating to America and how that shaped his views on immigration. The duo will talk about America’s past events and how people need to look forward to building a strong c…
 
It’s important to have a vision for your life and business, and in this episode, I’m showing you how to clarify yours. I’m divulging some juicy content from my personal journal and showing you how to turn your life into the creative masterpiece you deserve. Get ready for an inspiring, insightful episode that will get you out of your head and into y…
 
In this episode, Kenny welcomed Delano Squires, a writer and journalist for Black and Married with Kids and The Federalist. Delano talks about the Black Family and how the Government is taking the place of black fathers in the household. Delano tells the story of having met his wife and the beautiful life one can have when married and having childr…
 
Tune in this week as we discuss the importance of friendship and what it’s like to experience first generational wealth. JJ shares the evolution of his queer identity, why you don’t need to justify your existence by being productive, and some self-care practices to help you live a happy, healthy life. Don’t miss this great episode! Get full show no…
 
In this episode, Kenny sits down with journalist and filmmaker Chris Rufo to talk about his career and achievements. Chris will talk about his time being an independent filmmaker and traveling the world. The duo will discuss the Economic and Cultural Revolutions of China and how Marxist need to be taken seriously as they are starting to affect the …
 
In this episode, I’m showing you how to choose yourself in life, love, and business, and how to prioritize your own fulfillment over the idea of living up to other peoples’ expectations. I’m sharing some things you should know when it comes to choosing yourself and showing you how to develop the enthusiasm, confidence, and belief that you are capab…
 
In this episode, Kenny will be sitting down and talking with former GOP Congressional Candidate and Air Force veteran Anna Paulina Luna. The duo will speak about social mobility, culture, and mentality. Anna will talk about her childhood and the culture she was raised in and her military journey that shaped her mentality, and how she views herself.…
 
In this week's conversation, you'll learn some practical tips and strategies to help you hire a virtual assistant, executive assistant, personal assistant, integrator, or online business manager (OBM) for your business. Get full show notes and more information here: https://kaneisha.com/6By Kaneisha Grayson
 
In this episode, Kenny and his guest, writer, and speaker, Daniel Di Martino, will discuss the grave consequences of socialism on even the most vibrant and rich countries. Kenny and Daniel dive into the economic shift in the once-prosperous Venezuela and its effects on Daniel and his family. Born in the same year that Hugo Chávez gained power, Dani…
 
Choosing a name for a project can be a difficult task. You are the ultimate authority for the right title for your project, of course, but there are measures you can take to make sure that what you choose is perfect. In this episode, I’m sharing Kaneisha's Perfect Title Principles that you can use to make sure you’re choosing the best one for you. …
 
In this episode, Kenny will sit down with Australian Commentator Daisy Cousens. The duo will talk about a wide range of topics from beauty standards to multiculturalism and everything in between. Kenny and Daisy will speak about the iconic and influential Barbie Brand that has started to push a progressive agenda linked to Critical Race Theory in o…
 
In this episode, Kenny sits down with podcast host and writer Keri Smith from Unsafe Space as they talk about social justice and the cult-like grip it has on American society. Keri will speak about her high school experiences and how her college years differed as she started to get involved with the ideas of the social justice movements. Kenny and …
 
Tune in this week and listen to my morning phone call with Lisandra – icepocalypse edition – and hear some things to consider when faced with a lack of power or water due to an event like this. We discuss what it's like to experience this through snovid, and share some tips to help you keep your spirits up during a disaster. Get full show notes and…
 
In this episode, I’m sharing a business operations framework I created that makes starting and growing a coaching or service business feel easy, authentic, and natural. Though lots of people teach about how to use content marketing to grow your business and make more money, I've packed the steps and concepts into an easy-to-follow and easy-to-remem…
 
Tune in this week to hear what I’ve learned from starting, growing, and scaling a business and how you can set up your life in a way that scales your joy. I share how I reached a place of tremendous joy in my life and how I can help you do the same! Get full show notes and more information here: https://kaneisha.com/1…
 
In this episode, Kenny and his guest, best-selling author and political/social commentator James Lindsay discuss his contrary upbringings on the border of Appalachian country and how that permeates a discussion on race and culture in today’s politically correct narrative on race. The duo dives deep into the similarities and differences in the cultu…
 
In this episode, Kenny is joined by King Randall, who runs a preparatory school for at-risk Black children in Albany, Georgia. Kenny and King will dive deep into the aspects of becoming self-sufficient and working to achieve your goals on your terms instead of relying on others. King tells the impactful story of his journey and the goals he has set…
 
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