In this episode, Ms. Marisha joins us to discuss how we can redefine what happiness and success look like – in love, work and life. Throughout her career, she noticed an awareness gap with people not understanding what they were bringing to the experiences they were having. These behaviors can majorly impact the relationships in your…
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Mario Jovan Shaw and Jason Terrell discuss Profound Gentleman, the movement they created to help build and retain communities of male educators of color.
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In this episode, Valentine shares his speech at the 2018 LA Nurse Expo and discusses why he never wanted to depend on a single income, employer, job, or a boss to determine how he lives his life.
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Monti Washington discusses what it really takes to overcome adversity and find success, despite a tough upbringing.Get toknow him, check our podcast episode
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In this episode, Vynce and Jade discuss how we can all benefit one another on this planet, the power of community, the influence of family and the importance of finding a positive environment
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In this episode, the ‘Unconventional Millennials’, Elijah Bankole and Heron Abegaze, discuss how they turned their finances around – wiping out $162,000 of debt in under three years! The couple shares their journey to becoming debt free and how they also became mentally and emotionally stronger by deciding to work on their goals through using…
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Funmilola is a Nigerian American scholar, activist, playwright and artist. She is the Arts and Culture director for the BLM Los Angeles chapter.
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Chika Okoro became inspired in an unlikely place - a Straight Outta Compton casting call with standards of beauty, skin color and size.
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In this episode, Angela Styles shares the tips that she has learned on her journey to embracing her natural hair. She tells us why she celebrates.
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Monique Doughty truly defines the word ‘Resilient’: able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions. Her life was far from easy
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In this episode, Cortez discusses breaking through the barriers of living a “comfortable” life, and going after the life that is calling you. Find that drive to succeed by making that your only option, and do all that you can to make it. Just don’t forget to help others along the way! Cortez West is…
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Jeremy Vasquez joins us for a special episode in Black History Month, discussing the power that uplifting and empowering our communities .
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In this episode, Jazzmine discusses the importance of loving yourself and being true to who you are. For her, that meant overcoming industry standards as a model and finding success as a plus-sized woman, but she quickly realized that body positivity and confidence could take her far in her career. When we do…
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Ana Marte is an actor and producer who was raised in the inner city with a tough skin and no nonsense attitude. She turned her hardships into passion.
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In this episode of the Think Alpha Project, Charles and I delve into the Importance of a Father Figure in a child’s life, the psychological imprinting that takes place through childhood and adolescence, and how single mothers can put their best foot forward in raising their kids. Charles Opong is a pastor, actor, researcher, doctoral…
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Often times when we get into relationships, we fall in love with ideas, opinions and expectations that we put on them, rather than accepting them and learning about who they truly are. Do you agree? In this episode, Jessica and Joseph Chicas break down the several reasons they have become the young power couple they…
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If everything that made you who you are was taken away from you in an instant, what would you do? In this episode, NICU nurse Ashanti tells her story of going from fit to suffering from a rare severe chronic illness, her life now and the lessons that have come with it from which all…
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Dr. Peace Amadi is an entrepreneur, writer, speaker, and personal development + brand coach. She was born to Nigerian immigrants and although she comes from humble beginnings, Peace now speaks across the country and transforms lives by inspiring others, which includes touching one of the most significant stages as a TEDx Speaker. She creates hope,…
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Stacy grew up in a Nigerian home in Houston, TX. She spent time abroad before she landed back in the states and eventually in LA, where she has called home for the past four years. She’s experienced moving to a new city with little to no direction, with low funds but tons of drive and…
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This episode is a family affair, in which Val and his brothers Vince and Charles reflect on the journey of launching a video podcast.
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