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What is Imposter Syndrome, Self-Doubt, Not Believing In Yourself

Imposter Syndrome and The Role of Bias part 3 of a 6-part series discussion of imposter syndrome: I think I can. I think I can. I think I can. Wait, maybe I can’t. Imposter Syndrome is more than insecurity, some claim it’s a bias. Imposter Syndrome (IS) is a condition that describes high-achieving individuals, who […]

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Thinking You’re a Fraud and How to Stop Feeling Like an Imposter in Your Life

A 6-part series discussion of imposter syndrome Are You A Fraud? When Imposter Syndrome Rears Its Ugly Head An act of deceiving or misrepresenting is a Merriam-Webster brief definition of fraud. So based upon this definition, do you secretly think you are a fraud? If you are quietly nodding yes, don’t fret, you are in

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The Mental Health Impact of Imposter Syndrome

Part 2 of a 6-part series discussion of imposter syndrome: Mental Health Issues Caused by Imposter Syndrome in the Workplace The mental health impact discussion not only entered the Olympics arena this year but has simultaneously seemingly been magnified within the workplace. The Olympic Games have always garnered public discourse and Tokyo 2020 fulfilled expectations.

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Dealing with Grief and Loss of a Loved One, Being a Widow – Ep. 79 with Sabra Robinson

  Baltimore native, Charlotte, NC resident, and Morgan State University alumna, Sabra Robinson is the founder of Black Women Widows Empowered, a nonprofit organization that empowers widows through various online and face-to-face mediums. She’s also the author of Widowed, But Not Wounded and Publisher of Today’s Widowed Woman of Color Magazine.   She was married to

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How to Improve Your Self Esteem as a Woman, Reach Your Goals – Ep. 80 with Veronica Hood

Veronica Hood celebrates 28 years as an entrepreneur of Roloni’s Boutique in Southfield, Michigan. “I have always had a passion for helping women to feel better about themselves,” said Hood. “Real Girl Talk” which is a monthly meeting held at her boutique where women discuss issues in their daily lives. Veronica Hood is the founder

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Using the Power of Prayer and Having Faith in Yourself and God to Reach Your Goals – Ep. 81 with Dr. Stacie N.C. Grant

Climbing any success ladder takes constant prayers, a good plan, and resources. A successful person will see how her ideas come full circle once a vision elevates rapidly. Meet Dr. Stacie N.C. Grant, Empowerment Specialist, Event Strategist, TV Media Host, Author and Speaker. She has witnessed an incredible turn-around in her life and business. And,

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Accelerated Learning, Learning How to Learn, and Becoming a Better Learner – Ep. 39 with Dr. Clarence Nixon, Jr.

Dr. Clarence Nixon is a founder and President of T.LAB an accelerated learning center for families and students in grades K-12.  T.LAB was established to increase the competitiveness of US based students while leveraging a global leadership model. In FY2012 T.LAB and Dr. Nixon were honored by ITSMF (Information Technology Senior Management Forum) for the

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How to Be the Best Leader Possible and Stay Humble After Becoming Successful – Ep. 21 with Rev. Charles Williams II

Charles Edward Williams, II was born in Detroit, Michigan and reared in Birmingham, Alabama; he was built with the Ford toughness of a Midwestern American family, while planted in red dirt values of southern congeniality. With compassion and vigilance Rev. Williams uses those life experiences to guide his hands in leading the fight for workers rights,

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Youth Mentorship Program Ideas and Fostering Mentorship Amongst Youth – Ep. 22 with Sam Wells

This is an enlightening and inspiring interview with Sam Wells, of Flint, who was honored last year by the Michigan Community Service Commission. He was one of those chosen individuals from across the state of Michigan that received the prestigious GOVERNOR’S SERVICE AWARD.  Specifically, Sam was recognized as the “Mentor of the Year.” This award honors

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The Importance of Black/African American Entrepreneurship, Economics, and Education – Ep. 26 with Dr. Ken Harris

Dr. Kenneth L. Harris is the President/CEO of the National Business League, Inc., (formerly the Michigan Black Chamber of Commerce) founded by Dr. Booker T. Washington in 1900, encompassing more than 15,000 members and 365 local leagues, with access to 2.5 million Black-owned businesses across the country. In this podcast, we discuss: 1) History of

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