The Holistic Wealth Podcast with Keisha Blair – the weekly podcast about everyday people who are finding a new path to success in the 21st-century economy – launches with inspiring and highly motivational guests. The show will also showcase various experts on the key pillars of holistic wealth such as financial wellness, physical health, emotional wellness, and spiritual health.
Hosted by Keisha Blair, Award-winning, bestselling author of Holistic Wealth: 32 Life Lessons To Help You Find Purpose, Prosperity and Happiness.
Loren Ridinger, Co-Founder of Shop.com and MarketAmerica, Shares her Entrepreneurial Journey and Offers Tips for Business Success
It’s now the 1st of March, its Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day. During the month of March, we will be featuring some amazingly talented women on the Holistic Wealth podcast. In this exciting episode, the iconic and amazingly talented, Loren Ridinger, Co-Founder of Shop.com and Market America, and Founder of Motives Cosmetics, shares her entrepreneurial journey, and offers tips for business success. In this episode we also talked about how we can use our collective power to achieve a more equal future and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and taking action and walking the talk when it comes to supporting women in business.
Lauren also shares her journey and the story of her struggles with starting her new company. At the time of launching the business, it was bringing in just $1,000 per month. As stated in Holistic Wealth: 32 Life Lessons To Help You Find Purpose, Prosperity and Happiness: “Everyone told her she was crazy; hearing that, she decided to shut out the negative talk and naysayers, and keep believing. She knew eventually their day of success would come. Loren goes on to state, “It wasn’t about the products at first. It was about belief. Believing we could do it. Believing we could get the cream of the crop. Don’t quit just because it’s not happening on your clock. Progress takes time.” –Copyright@ Holistic Wealth by Keisha Blair
Check out this exciting episode of the Holistic Wealth podcast with Loren Ridinger in conversation with Keisha Blair!
Rhiannon Beaubien, Managing Editor at Farnam Street Media shares Her Journey – as well as Tips for Self-Publishing & Having A Strong Author Platform.
In this exciting episode of the Holistic Wealth podcast, our very special guest is someone I admire deeply, Rhiannon Beaubien, Managing Editor at Farnam Street Media, one of the fastest-growing websites in North America. Rhiannon shares tips on self-publishing and having a strong platform. Rhiannon also shares tips for launching a digital product and shares some of the exciting product and course launches coming shortly at Farnam Street Media. Rhiannon is the lead writer/project manager of The Great Mental Models book series. Rhiannon also develops a lot of the Farnam Street course content and presents mental models to anyone who is interested. Rhiannon is also the Author of Alone Among Spies.
Farnam Street Media was founded by Shane Parrish and is dedicated to helping readers master the best of what other people have already figured out. They curate, examine and explore the timeless ideas and mental models that history’s brightest minds have used to live lives of purpose. Farnam Street has drawn the attention of some of the biggest names in finance. Dan Loeb, one of the more prominent hedge fund executives on Wall Street, is a big fan as well as Ray Dalio of Bridgewater, the world’s largest hedge fund. The name of the website is a tribute to the billionaire investor: Berkshire Hathaway’s address in Omaha is 3555 Farnam Street.
Patricia Gagic, One of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women Shares Her Entrepreneurial Journey and Humanitarian Efforts to Change the World
In this exciting episode of the Holistic Wealth podcast with Keisha Blair, our special guest is Patricia Gagic, an accomplished international contemporary artist and an award-winning author. She is President of Patricia Karen Gagic Art Enterprise Inc. Armed with only a high school diploma and experience from three part time jobs, she moved to Toronto, Ontario and began the journey into “The Old Boys Network” of Canadian Banking. At age 25, she had climbed the corporate ladder to Senior Management.
In 1987 she became an Entrepreneur operating a successful Property Management company, which included medical buildings, a retirement home and residential properties. She was a volunteer mentor/coach for the Federal Business Development Bank’s Continuing Education programs, appointed a Governor of Junior Achievement and is an active community fundraiser.
In 2013, Patricia was Knighted as a Dame of the International Order of Saint George Grand Prior of Canada. In 2018, she was inducted into the Hall of Fame for winning the Women's Executive Network (WXN) Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Awards for the fourth time. She was a member of the Ontario Cabinet of Friends of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Sir Edmund Hilary Foundation and the Divon Academy. Patricia is a consultant at AiDA, Academy of Imagination and Dramatic Arts in Hamilton, Ontario. She is also a Co-founder and Advisor of Help Heal Humanity a registered not-for-profit supporting education in Haiti, Cambodia and Kenya.
Patricia is a certified Level II Feng Shui Consultant, a Reiki Master, and is certified in the 16 Guidelines for Life, Five Tibetan Yogas and Transformative Mindfulness. Patricia is disciplined in Wuji Yuan Gong and Qi Gong.
How to Negotiate A Higher Salary Plus Conflict Resolution Tips & The Riots in Washington DC with Damali Peterman
In this exciting episode of the Holistic Wealth podcast, our special guest is Damali Peterman, Esq., Founder, CEO and Chief Conflict Resolver of Breakthrough ADR LLC. Damali gives tips on negotiating a higher salary at work, plus we discuss conflict resolution and the recent riots in Washington D.C.
Damali has extensive experience in corporate law, mediation, negotiation, and conflict resolution. She is a highly sought after mediator and trainer for Fortune 500 companies, educational institutions, government entities, nonprofits and small businesses. Some notable clients include Google Cloud, Mastercard, District of Columbia Housing Authority, New York Police Department, New York Department of Education, CAMBA, New York Peace Institute, Hitotsubashi University, and Howard University School of Law.
Prior to starting BREAKTHROUGHADR, Damali was Assistant General Counsel at Deloitte LLP in the Engagements group and a senior corporate associate in the Mergers & Acquisitions group at Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP. At Weil, Damali was based in New York but also spent time working in Weil’s Washington, D.C., Dallas, London and Shanghai offices. While employed by Weil, Damali completed a four-month secondment at Lawyer's Alliance for New York, the state's leading provider of business and transactional legal services for nonprofit organizations and social enterprises.
Damali represents and advises businesses (large and small) and individuals in corporate and commercial matters. She has represented and advised some of the world’s largest companies in high-profile corporate matters. She routinely negotiates with General Counsel and other senior executives on behalf of her clients and delivers effective and innovative solutions. Damali approaches her clients’ issues from a holistic viewpoint and endeavors to both understand and solve the specific matter at hand, as well as advance the overall business goals of her clients.
Celina Caesar-Chavannes talks about her new book, Can You Hear Me Now? How I Found My Voice and Learned to Live with Passion and Purpose
In this exciting episode, bestselling Author and Entrepreneur Celina Caesar-Chavannes talks about her new book and her journey. In Can You Hear Me Now?, Celina Caesar-Chavannes digs deep into her childhood and her life as a young Black woman entrepreneur and politician, and shows us that effective and humane leaders grow as much from their mistakes and vulnerabilities as from their strengths. Celina is an equity and inclusion advocate and leadership consultant and a former Member of Parliament. In 2017 Celina was named as one of the Global 100 Under 40 Most Influential People of African Descent (Politics and Governance Category). Celina was also picked as one of Chatelaine Magazine’s Women of the Year. Celina was also the recipient of the Toronto Board of Trade’s Business Entrepreneur of the Year for 2012 and the 2007 Black Business and Professional Association’s Harry Jerome Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Check out this exciting episode of the Holistic Wealth podcast with Celina Caesar-Chavannes in conversation with Keisha Blair!
Meet Self-Made Millionaire Mahisha Dellinger, CEO of Curls & Star of TV Show “Mind Your Business“ on the Oprah Winfrey Network.
In this exciting episode of the Holistic Wealth podcast, our special guest is Mahisha Dellinger, CEO of Curls and star of the TV Show, “Mind Your Own Business” on the Oprah Winfrey Network. Mahisha is a self-made entrepreneur who has had to overcome a deck so stacked against her it included drive-by shootings of her Sacramento-area childhood home. Though raised in poverty by her single mom, Dellinger was able to dig deep, stay open and hang on to the life lessons bestowed by her father, an engineer who came from a solidly successful family and modeled what was in store for Dellinger if she buckled down and worked hard.
While putting herself through college, Dellinger juggled her course load with an internship in the internal communications department at Intel Corporation. Dellinger was quickly offered a temporary position at the Fortune 500 software giant working three days a week and finishing her degree by cramming classes into the other two days. Not satisfied with her role at Intel, Mahisha, now a mother, side-hustled her idea for a high quality, organic and vegan hair care brand that nurtured textured curls that was gentle enough for her daughter to use. By day, she more than fulfilled her obligations at the notoriously rigorous, competitive Intel. But in every other available hour, she met with cosmetic chemists, web developers and R&D specialists who helped her define and refine her industry-first formulas. In the spring of 2002, she flipped the switch on Curls.biz, and an ecommerce business was born.
For the next six years, Dellinger and her team added to the product lineup, and expanded into the salon channel of distribution. When Dellinger was approached by Target to help the massive retailer address the new natural direction in ethnic hair, her company’s growth skyrocketed. And today, In addition to its substantial salon business, Curls Beauty Brands – which now encompasses products for the entire family - is in every major retailer, from “big box” stores like Walmart to Bed, Bath & Beyond and CVS.
In this episode of the podcast, Mahisha authentically speaks to the experience of starting her own business and becoming successful. Check out this exciting episode of the Holistic Wealth podcast with Keisha Blair!
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