BOSS Talk

BOSS Talk

BOSS Talk unites entrepreneurial women through stories about their experiences - the good, the bad and the real. Far too often, we only see the highlight reels of entrepreneurship so during this podcast we dive into those candid conversations that aren’t typically featured on social media platforms - especially those moments that haven’t quite hit the mark as planned. BOSS Talk will both challenge and motivate you to build the life and business you want by battling overwhelm with systems and self-care.

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April 12, 2022 29 min

“You have to avoid burnout. And you have to take care of you. And you can’t feel guilty about that.” - Candice Brown

 

In this episode of BOSS™ Talk we are talking to Candice Brown who is a self care advocate and has developed her own self care practice involving a cup of tea, a good read and a richly scented candle into a business called Grace + Gratitude Teas. 

In the midst of the pandemic, Candice found that having a cup of ...

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“I had to put systems in place so that I was not the single point of failure - systems allow us to scale and for things to continue to move forward without our personal involvement.” - Angela Devlen

 

In this episode of BOSS™ Talk we are getting to know Angela Devlen - she has a calling to support midlife multi-passionate entrepreneurial women. By leaning on her own experience, professionally and personally, Angela guides and teach...

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“If you don’t have the systems in place, you’re going to lose - and I can’t afford to lose.” - Michelle Anderson

 

In this episode of BOSS™ Talk, I had the pleasure of speaking with Michelle Anderson, who is not only my girl crush, she is also the mom of 6 and the owner and head stylist of MichelleAndHair in Tempe, AZ.  Heavily influenced by her grandmother, Michelle’s love for hair grew as her skill and talent developed from an ea...

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“You can build something that you absolutely love, or you can build a monster - the majority of entrepreneurs are going to build a monster.” - Shayla Boyd-Gill

This interview is guaranteed to motivate you to build the business of your dreams instead of an overwhelming monster. In this episode of BOSS™ Talk I am speaking with Shayla Boyd-Gill who launched into entrepreneurship via the birthing industry. The effects of working a hect...

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“The whole point of self-care is to value yourself independent of what you’re doing for other people.” - Kelly Newsome Georges

In this episode of BOSS™ Talk I had a conversation with my personal self-care mentor, Kelly Newsome Georges. Kelly is the owner of Ritual Care®, an online self-care studio designed to help moms feel more resilient in motherhood. As a Mama to 3 littles and the Bonus Mom to 3 teenagers, Kelly shares what insp...

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“When systems are not in place or system gaps exist, the natural thing that is created is overwhelm, stress, and worry.” - Tanika J. Lothery 

In this episode of BOSS™ Talk I am speaking with Tanika J Lothery and we are focusing on producing a podcast from the point of view of a Virtual Assistant also known as a ‘VA’ in the marketplace. Tanika is the founder and CEO of Virtually Yours, TJL, an agency that provides professional admin...

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Automation is truly a capacity maximizer - it allows you to optimize how a task is completed without actually executing that task yourself.” - La’Vista Jones

 

In this episode of BOSS™ Talk I walk you through how I personally leverage systems to automate and reclaim my time as a podcaster. I’m going to share with you the exact process that me and my team use to invite guests to the show in addition to on-boarding them and nurturin...

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In this episode Dr. Nadia Brown opens up about a defining moment that led to her to break up with busyness for good. She also talks about her #bossformation of how doing less at work and spending more time with her family is resulting in higher, more consistent revenue. 

More about Dr. Nadia: she is a sales strategist, consultant, trainer, and sales firm founder who works with business owners, companies, and corporations to multipl...

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In this episode Dr. Morgan Lucas shares her struggles with busyness as she transitioned from corporate life to entrepreneurship. Listen to her #bossformation of practicing self-sustaining boundaries that combat codependency with busyness while she increased trust equity in herself as a shot-calling BOSS. 

More about Dr. Morgan Lucas: she is a licensed psychologist with over 17 years of experience in the mental health field.  She re...

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In this episode Erica shares how the limitations of perfectionism almost caused her failure to launch. Listen to her #bossformation of leveraging systems to escape busyness in order to walk in her purpose.  More about Erica: she is a Health & Childbirth Educator with over 10 years of experience in public health. She has worked in various capacities creating partnerships with educational institutions, government agencies, and no...

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In this episode Dr. Erika shares how a reality check helped her fully step into the CEO role of her business. Listen to how she broke up with busyness to pursue productivity and how she’s adopted self-care as a foundational business strategy. 

More about Dr. Erika: she is a Certified Personal and Executive Coach, Author, Podcast Host, Speaker, and Founder of Dr. Erika by Design. She loves helping other women live more authentically...

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In this episode Ayanna shares how being reactive in business was keeping her from enjoying life on her own terms. Listen to her #bossformation, comprised of listening to her mentors, building a team and focusing on systems. 

More about Ayanna: she is a Designer for Reyone International utilizing her engineering career experience in a way that allows her to work with clients to provide 2D & 3D designs tailored to their needs. Us...

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In this episode James opens up about his journey to create balance while living life as a husband, father and boss. Listen to how he overcame the need to do everything on his own, learned to invest in team and embrace his role as a visionary committed to service. 

More about James: he is the proud husband to Erika and father of two precious girls, Niobi & Cairo. Additionally, James is the majority owner of BakerStreet Steakhous...

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In this episode, Keiona opens up about her own on-going evolutionary journey of finding joy that deeply resonates and helps her maintain self-sustainability boundaries as an entrepreneur. Her #bossformation took shape after realizing that saying yes to all of the things meant saying no to herself over and over again.  More about Keiona: she has dedicated her life’s work to showing others the power in their stories through her PR &...
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In this episode, Nakita & Nekeidra share their views on the importance of owning their time, living authentic lives and building the businesses of their dreams. Their #bossformation took form when they really took control of what they said yes to, opening up room for automation, delegation and building teams. They also share their biggest motivators behind launching Bella Boss, an entire movement helping entrepreneurs elevate a...

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In this episode, Adrian speaks candidly about a recent diagnosis that served as a catalyst for her #bossformation to breakup with busyness and step into abundance. By focusing on systems and self-care as a result of those health challenges, she came face-to-face with being overworked, evaluated the relationship with her business and implemented her own model of self-sustaining boundaries and success. 

More about Adrian: she is the ...

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The overwhelm of busyness almost caused me to walk away from my assignment and silence my voice in the marketplace ... almost. Listen to my story of overwhelm and how I was able to break up with busyness to refocus on my vision in addition to a recap of BOSS Talk's history and insight into its evolution.
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