Recorded in The Pod at White City Place in London, UK, this episode features another conversation with our producer, Damarcus Adisa, on everything from travel mishaps to the most memorable podcast moments so far.
Brooklyn-based entrepreneur Lloyd Cambridge discusses his efforts to transform the learning experience for fellow entrepreneurs, creators and makers through his company Progress Playbook, which equips entrepreneurs with customized learning plans that sharpen their business acumen.
In this episode, Agile Business Analyst and host of the Black Tech Unplugged podcast, Deena McKay discusses how she landed in the tech industry and the work she's doing to give visibility to other minorities in field.
This episode features elite runner Joe Shayne, who is the founder of TeamWRK and co-founder of PACE Runs. Joe not only provides tips on how to start training as a runner (and drops several metaphors for life in the process), but also shares his personal story of losing his mother at 8 years old and being raised by his 17 year-old sister in Hell's Kitchen, NYC.
In this episode, accountant and financial coach Keishan Rowe joins the podcast. She breaks down the importance of budgeting and creating generational wealth, and talks operating in excellence in her career while also pursuing her passion.
In this episode, corporate executive Larry Scott Blackmon discusses how he's charted his own course, despite being the son of a well-known entertainer, and built an impressive career in government and now the private sector as FreshDirect's Vice President of Public Affairs.
In this episode, Gregg Bishop, Commissioner of New York City Small Business Services, discusses the plethora of resources available to NYC business owners and shares highlights from his personal journey - from being laid off and landing on a college campus at age 27 to rising through the ranks in the private sector and government.
In this episode, author and celebrity life coach Pervis Taylor III discusses how the pain of loss led him to his life's work, why imagination is crucial to staying the course when things get difficult, and why fame doesn't lead to happiness.
In this episode we welcome growth coach and founder of HireLearners, Rudy Racine. During our chat, Rudy discusses his career journey and a number of other topics, including finding his "why," choosing passion over prestige, and why it's so important to win the first hour of your day.
In this episode, we continue the conversation around how to balance creating the life you want with honoring social obligations. This week, we focus on a scenario in which none of the rules apply - when you should forget the to-do lists and support a friend through loss instead.