Session 23: #UpliftingliftFirstGens on #ThePUPodcast with Marquis Taylor, Academic Advisor and Program Coordinator in the College of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, and Creator of the blog "I Am Authentically Me." An empowering conversation about developing identity, affirming oneself, and committing to being your most authentic self.
Session 22: #UpliftingliftFirstGens on #ThePUPodcast withy Dr. Tamara Glover who is an Assistant Professor of Social Work at Arkansas State University and Mrs. Arkansas United States 2018. An inspiring conversation about stepping into your light, giving back by serving others, and trusting God's will for your life.
Session 21: #UpliftingliftFirstGens on #ThePUPodcast with Shonice Montgomery who is the Coordinator of Student and Young Alumni Programming at The University of Southern Mississippi and Creator of Life + Style blog, FASH. A real conversation taking risks, following your dreams, and getting through hard times. Connect with Shonice- www.fashtheblog.com www.instagram.com/shonice/
#UpliftingliftFirstGens on #ThePUPodcast with Jonathan Solomon is a native of Ohio and current Director of Upward Bound at Harris-Stowe State University. A real conversation about Black male identity, taking ownership for one's life, and being authentic.
Session 19: #UpliftingFirstGens on #ThePUPodcast with Hector Sanchez Leon who is a Sales Executive, DJ, and Father. An eye-opening conversation about transitioning to America from Mexico, overcoming setbacks, and taking control of one's destiny.
Session 18: #UpliftingFirstGens on #ThePUPodcast this week with Kara Robinson who is an educator and graduate student. An empowering conversation about going from foster care to college, peer mentorship, and transforming live through education.
#UpliftingFirstGens on #ThePUPodcast this week with Irnande Altema, Esq. who is the Founder of FirstGenRise. An empowering conversation about being first-gen and owning one's identity, navigating professionals spaces, and setting expectations.
#UpliftingFirstGens this week on #ThePUPodcast with Dr. Dymphna Davis who is a Mental Health Professional, Researcher, and Life Strategist. A telling conversation about being unmentored, code switching, and bouncing back from loss. Connect with Dr. Dee- https://www.instagram.com/deedavisphd
Session 15: #UpliftingFirstGens this week on #ThePUPodcast with Dr. Eve. In celebrating #mentalhealthawarness, this show is aimed at helping you reframe your thinking about things that may be stressing you out. If perception is reality, ponder on these tips to shift your perspective about what's happening in your life and stress a little less.
#UpliftingFirstGens this week on #ThePUPodcast with Skyra Thomas who is the Founder of Flip the Zip. A meaningful conversation about relocating--creating community and finding one's "home"... wherever you may be. Connect with Skyra- https://www.facebook.com/groups/flipthezip/ https://www.instagram.com/aim4thesky/ https://www.instagram.com/flip_the_zip/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/skyra-thomas/
#UpliftingFirstGens this week on #ThePUPodcast with Jarrel Johnson who is a higher education PhD student, fellow podcast host, and Black man on the move. A refreshing conversation about dealing with the uncertainties and discomforts of growth, embracing oneself, and living with intention. Connect with Jarrel- https://www.instagram.com/rayofsteven/ https://www.instagram.com/theespiritualhipster/ https://www.instagram.com/breakingboundariespodcast/
#UpliftingFirstGens this week on #ThePUPodcast with HBCU alumna Erica Clark who is the Founder of Black Owned Businesses, LLC. An insightful conversation about coping with loss, finding one's way, and being an agent of change "for the culture." Connect with Erica: https://www.instagram.com/isupportbobs/ https://www.instagram.com/issa_gem_in_i/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/clarkerica/
#UpliftingFirstGens this week on #ThePUPodcast with Kimberly Bell who is the Founder of Gifted Brown Girls. An inspiring conversation about overcoming setbacks, motivating others, and being a Black creative. Connect with Kimberly- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/giftedbrowngirls/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/giftedbrowngirls/
Happy New Year! Celebrating one year of The Purpose University Podcast (and another birthday). Here are a few things that I've taken from the past year that I'd like to share with you. Connect with Lillian Blanche-- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lillianblanche/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5pfVbdPD46jnJRrH9cjKEX Tidal: http://tidal.com/us/store/album/82746559 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVu5KnyJHb3Ly4M_zuFZYZw
Healing plays a large role in being able to live your best life and be your authentic self. Author, Debbie L. London, talks about the importance of healing for leading and loving your life. Debbie was born in Atlanta, Georgia. She is the author of the self-help book, Residue: Surviving and Overcoming the Stains of Generational Curses and Soul Ties. Debbie has always had a passion for helping others heal spiritually and emotionally but wanted to do it her way without being confined to...
Letting go of the need to be perfect is one way to live your best life. Release the expectations of others and do what makes you happy. After all, you don't have to be perfect. Music produced by Jee Juh.