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Your Truth Will Set You Free with Sally DiCesare

Your Truth Will Set You Free with Sally DiCesare

January 12, 2021

Connect with your BLISS so you can Boldly Live in a Safe Space. Her profession came close to breaking her body and her spirit. That is when she began searching for a way to be physically and mentally healthy while working in a very stressful profession.

Sally DiCesare has been working in dentistry as a dental hygienist since 1978. Sally learned to overcome the physical and emotional stressors everyone faces, not just those in the dental profession. Through intense study, investigation, and certifications in a variety of healing modalities, she blended them into the Alchemy of Healing so others can learn to live their BLISS now, not later.

 

Over the last 25 years, she has been helping other cope and thrive where they felt there was not hope; when they felt they had no voice. She has been a speaker and international presenter, coach and mentor to professionals in all lines of work. 

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Black store manager, white neighborhood… with Dorothy May Ross

Black store manager, white neighborhood… with Dorothy May Ross

January 12, 2021

The thing about white privilege is that white people don’t see it.  “White privilege” doesn’t mean your life hasn’t been hard, it simply means that your skin color isn’t one of the things making it harder.
This series is meant to share experiences of real people who have experienced racism and still experience it. The goal is to shine a light so that we ALL see it and take actionable steps to do something about it.

 

Dorothy May Ross, CEO of Women Rocking Life, Co-author of Bouncing Back in Thriving & Changing Times and creator of online training program Reinventing Yourself in Midlife and Beyond. More importantly though, I'm a wife and a mother to 3 incredible sons.

So, who am I? Well, over the years I have tried my hand at so many different things and when time for retirement came I had not found what I wanted to do with the second half of my life. I was used to having a busy life and I loved the idea of doing something different with my life I just didn’t know what that was going to be.

I was looking to discover what would be fulfilling and satisfying for me once I retired. With 33 years in the paint industry I loved my job yet I knew if I didn't have a plan for the next chapter in my life I would be looking to go back to where I came from, back to corporate America.

I remembered something I heard and learned a long ago - that to have a smooth road to follow and a bright light that leads the way you have to create it, not discover it - to concentrate on it, believe in it, learn it and place it in your heart. 

We have to go from Inspiration (creative) to Revelation (revealing),  and avoid carelessness in life as we move toward what we desire. It’s also important to keep your eyes open for distractions and negativity, keeping the vision alive.

The thing to remember is that we have the opportunity with each new day to create the beginning of our “next chapter” and we get to do it step-by-step as we see it. We get to be life changers who design our own lives.

I now leverage the wisdom I have acquired from my life experiences to be a light and resource to help other people change what life has torn down in their lives and to recreate it new as they see it.

Learn More https://www.dorothymayross.com/

 

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Shadeology and Colorism… with Yvonne A. Jones

Shadeology and Colorism… with Yvonne A. Jones

December 17, 2020

The thing about white privilege is that white people don’t see it.  “White privilege” doesn’t mean your life hasn’t been hard, it simply means that your skin color isn’t one of the things making it harder.
This series is meant to share experiences of real people who have experienced racism and still experience it. The goal is to shine a light so that we ALL see it and take actionable steps to do something about it.

Yvonne A Jones is a Relationship Marketing Strategist|Personal Business Coach |Best-Selling Author|International Speaker.

She is Founder of My Success Circle Marketing – an umbrella company for various businesses including Consulting, Coaching and Mentoring; Legal and Identity Theft protection.

Yvonne specializes in working with service-based small to mid-sized businesses, entrepreneurs 50 and Wiser, coaches and consultants. She frees them from any emotional barriers and limiting beliefs so they build authentic relationships, create memorable experiences, and retain more of their clients while having FUN in their business.

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Yvonne is a Certified Life and Business Coach and was described on HuffingtonPost.com as one of the “Top 100 Most Social Customer Service Pros on Twitter to Follow” and on GetApp.com as: “One of the Top 15 Most Influential Customer Service Experts to Follow on Twitter.” She is Alignable's 2018 Small Business Person of the Year for Stuart, Florida.

Her mantra is "Focus on relationships; the money will follow."

https://www.YvonneAJones.com
https://50andWiserCoaching.com
email:  Yvonne@YvonneAJones.com

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/YvonneAJones
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Facebook: www.Facebook.com/SocialMediaandCustomerService

 

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Sakura, Learning From Nature on Embracing the Down Periods in Our Life to Grow with Karen Hewitt

Sakura, Learning From Nature on Embracing the Down Periods in Our Life to Grow with Karen Hewitt

December 17, 2020

Karen was in an extremely abusive marriage and at a tipping point, a story was told to her that gave her the power to stay strong. On this podcast, learn how a cherry blossom is the key to growing beyond the cold days in our lives.

Karen is a certified Life and NLP coach as well as a successful ,multifaceted entrepreneur. She shares her story and her gifts in an empathic and authentic way to help others. Discovering real-life gifts where introverts have the most power, Karen teaches her clients how powerful, creative and successful you can be as an introvert, a woman and a busy mom juggling it all!

Karen's story takes her from almost losing her life to a man she thought was there to help her gain strength, leaving her with agoraphobia, PTSD, and anxiety where she became completely locked in her introverted world to becoming a true powerhouse in helping others stand true in their own gifts and strengths.

As an empathic and compassionate speaker, she connects with introverted individuals that know that there is something more to what they are doing, but don’t know how they can impact or express themselves because of feeling shy, introverted or even unworthy. Her experience in Toastmasters International has taught her how to express herself in a public forum and not be crushed by fear. She now helps others learn as well.

Learn More www.blossomtosuccess.com or karen@blossomtosuccess.com

 

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White Mom, “I’m Babysitting Those Black Kids.” with Staci Clarke

White Mom, “I’m Babysitting Those Black Kids.” with Staci Clarke

December 17, 2020

The thing about white privilege is that white people don’t see it.  “White privilege” doesn’t mean your life hasn’t been hard, it simply means that your skin color isn’t one of the things making it harder.
This series is meant to share experiences of real people who have experienced racism and still experience it. The goal is to shine a light so that we ALL see it and take actionable steps to do something about it.

 

Staci Clarke, who is known as “The Maximizer” is a Business Advisor, Speaker, & Entrepreneur.  She has been guiding businesses and their owners for 25+ years to create the systems required to have the purposeful, productive and profitable businesses they desire.

While her passion is business her purpose is to help women to find the path to “Maximization & Actualization” in their lives.

She is compelled and committed to always find a way to “Be a Resource” for those around her which she coins “B.A.R.™ .
Staci is also the creator of Systems of Success™ (S.O.S.): Navigation and Implementation For Creating & Maintaining a Purposeful, Productive & Profitable Business & Life.

Links: www.TheSystemsOfSuccess.com or www.SeasonedAndMarinated.com

 

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And Then the Lecturer Said, “Slavery Wasn’t So Bad.” with Sydney Allen

And Then the Lecturer Said, “Slavery Wasn’t So Bad.” with Sydney Allen

December 8, 2020

The thing about white privilege is that white people don’t see it.  “White privilege” doesn’t mean your life hasn’t been hard, it simply means that your skin color isn’t one of the things making it harder.
This series is meant to share experiences of real people who have experienced racism and still experience it. The goal is to shine a light so that we ALL see it and take actionable steps to do something about it.

Sydney’s on a mission to show people how to use their own energy and power to lead a life they love. As a lifelong intuitive and master energy worker, Sydney has been reading cards and following the Path of The Old Ones for over 4 decades.

Through her business, SOL Energies Aligned she works with individuals to ignite and engage their energy through various modalities resulting in an inspired life.

Her diverse background includes working at the State University of New York in Albany, designing and creating Reiki inspired jewelry and in retail in the herb and tea industry. She lives in upstate New York. 

If you are one who is curious about the energies around you and how to get the maximum benefit from working with them, by all means, reach out to Sydney at SOLEnergiesAligned@gmail.com or DM her and ride the cosmic wave. You won’t be sorry.

 

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Caught in the Middle – Discrimination from Both Blacks and Whites… with CeCe Espeut

Caught in the Middle – Discrimination from Both Blacks and Whites… with CeCe Espeut

December 8, 2020

The thing about white privilege is that white people don’t see it.  “White privilege” doesn’t mean your life hasn’t been hard, it simply means that your skin color isn’t one of the things making it harder.
This series is meant to share experiences of real people who have experienced racism and still experience it. The goal is to shine a light so that we ALL see it and take actionable steps to do something about it.

CeCe Espeut’s life is centered on three core values: God, Family and Education. After serving as an Sgt in the United States Marine Corps for ten years, CeCe made a series of bad decisions and ended up in prison for her involvement in a drug conspiracy.

After leaving prison and completing her probation she applied for and was granted clemency in 2012 by then Florida Governor Rick Scott.  She is now in the process of applying for a Presidential Pardon.  CeCe speaks several times a week in jails, prisons and drug treatment centers to inmates from a place of intense passion & personal experience, explaining how they can get their criminal records sealed, expunged or pardoned and create a new life for themselves.  

CeCe’s focus is restoring hope to her audience by telling her story of how strategic planning and goal setting changed her life. CeCe also gives presentations and leads seminars and workshops on topics related to overcoming adversity and personal growth development.

CeCe is not only funny, but she uses her charm & wit to disarm people and then deliver deep life lessons regarding reinventing ones-self after being in prison, that prison being either a mindset or a correctional facility. Working/hearing with (experiencing) CeCe is guaranteed to be a life-changing event.

Starting with the “awkwardness" of stereotypes & prison statistics, CeCe delivers a powerful message followed with solutions that work. 

CeCe sits on the board of the Broward County (FL) Re-Entry Coalition for Ex-Offenders. 

CeCe Espeut is also well-seasoned wedding photographer whose guilty pleasures include white chocolate, social media and traveling the world. CeCe does about 40 weddings per year world-wide.  She picked up her first camera at 16 and has been in love with photography ever since. CeCe also writes in her spare time.  

Learn More at www.CeCeEspeut.com

 

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How’d You Deal with Overt Racism at Work and Management Refusing to Do Anything About It? with Monique Blake

How’d You Deal with Overt Racism at Work and Management Refusing to Do Anything About It? with Monique Blake

December 8, 2020

The thing about white privilege is that white people don’t see it.  “White privilege” doesn’t mean your life hasn’t been hard, it simply means that your skin color isn’t one of the things making it harder.
This series is meant to share experiences of real people who have experienced racism and still experience it. The goal is to shine a light so that we ALL see it and take actionable steps to do something about it.

 

For over 23 years, Monique has helped women confidently answer the poet Mary Oliver’s question, “Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”
Monique Blake is known as a champion of vibrant living. She loves to teach and share simple, practical and effective lifestyle strategies to help women fully express their radiant health and wellness.
As a trusted WellBEing Educator, Coach, and Consultant, Monique’s passion is to blend modern techniques and ancient wisdom that empower individuals to claim their ultimate wellBEing. She is a certified Clifton Strengths Finder Coach with 20 years of executive experience in the education, corporate and spa settings. She is also a NAMA certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, Astrologer and Tarotist.
Her custom-crafted holistic healing plans inspire women to commit to a new possibility for mind, body, spirit health and wholeness so that they can unapologetically live their one wild and precious life. 

Learn More www.moniqueblake.com  954.558.2002 

 

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Let Your Light Shine Bright with Honey Hilliard

Let Your Light Shine Bright with Honey Hilliard

December 8, 2020

“Letting Your Light Shine”, to me, refers to the act of being a conduit for a higher power. More specifically, conducting creative energy from outside of one’s self, thru one’s self, into an expression that may be understood by others in order to elevate one’s self and others. I believe we all have million dollar ideas, and if we can get out of our own way, we can invite, receive, recognize & allow these ideas to flow through us and provide blessings for ourselves, those around us, and for humanity. With my art practice, I receive an almost constant stream of ideas/sparks and inspirations for paintings, faster than I can create them all. With my invention, ArmScarvz, I remember the exact moment the “spark” came to me. These are the sparks that can turn into bright, burning fires. While it IS our job to protect the fire, (ie, intellectual property protection & patents), the protection of an idea, creative project or venture cannot be allowed to have too much power or it will extinguish the fire. My message is to make sure that you make room for creative energy. I have been a self representing artist for 21 years and I know that when I paint and create, it makes the energy and abundance and sales flow faster. My message is to invite, recognize, nurture and tend the SPARK into a healthy fire that is at the heart of your practice, your soul’s mission. With the “spark” I felt with my invention, ArmScarvz, I knew just what to do, although in hindsight spent way too much time in meetings with “experts” who wanted to ”collaborate” and ended up stealing the idea on a very large scale, using their connections and my idea to produce it in China and sell it on Amazon. I am very thankful my husband decided to dive in early enough and write the patent SO I am actually legally allowed to still produce my own invention, ArmScarvz, under the “patent pending” status. Overall, I find that it is more important to focus on the creative side and delegate the protection. Actually, I am learning to delegate more and more anything that does not require my creative brilliance. I recommend other creative entrepreneurs delegate as much as possible. I am actually starting a collective, “The Honey Hive”, in January 2021 as a private platform of support, education and inspiration for creative entrepreneurs.

About Honey 
Currently living in Tallahassee, the beautiful capital of Florida, Honey works out of a sunlit studio built onto her home. She is: wife, mom of 2 girls (kindergarten and college), self-represented artist, children’s book author & product developer. She often turns her paintings into products such as calendars, ornaments, note cards and prints. She shares her art, products & patent-pending invention in galleries, art venues, boutiques and online at www.HoneyHilliardArt.com

 

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Unintended Racism That Anyone Who Was Socialized as White Unknowingly Perpetrates with Regina Ross

Unintended Racism That Anyone Who Was Socialized as White Unknowingly Perpetrates with Regina Ross

December 8, 2020

The thing about white privilege is that white people don’t see it.  “White privilege” doesn’t mean your life hasn’t been hard, it simply means that your skin color isn’t one of the things making it harder.
This series is meant to share experiences of real people who have experienced racism and still experience it. The goal is to shine a light so that we ALL see it and take actionable steps to do something about it.

 

Regina L. Ross is a woman who has a passion for helping people discover and authentically express their God-given potential in a way that creates purpose, value & fulfillment. 

During her 25+ corporate career, Regina has championed several diversity and inclusion initiatives for multiple large-scale organizations where she has served in a variety of roles ranging from Engineering Manager to Human Resources Director with experience in Transportation and Operations Leadership. 

Regina leverages her versatile background along with her professional training and certifications in Executive Coaching, Change Management, Human Resources and Lean Operations to help leaders and organizations successfully navigate change.  

Regina’s Walk on Purpose business mission is to provide coaching and consulting that enables her clients to maximize their impact and enhance their quality of life. Regina currently resides in Connecticut with her husband and two adult children. For more info, visit 
https://www.walkonpurpose.com/about or https://www.linkedin.com/in/reginaross/.  

 

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