23 episodes

The Black Woman CEO Podcast mission is to help Black women entrepreneurs learn the essentials of becoming a Black Woman CEO who is paid to do what she loves, owns her time, and achieves financial freedom.

Black women entrepreneurs will achieve new levels of professional and personal development through the "behind the scenes" success strategies shared by featured women entrepreneurs and the "Profit & Power" strategies led by Quanisha Green, MSS- Founder & Executive Coach of Black Woman CEO.

To join the Black Woman CEO Community (It's Free), visit: http://www.BlackWomanCEO.com

Black Woman CEO Quanisha Green, MSS

    • Business
    • 4.8, 17 Ratings

The Black Woman CEO Podcast mission is to help Black women entrepreneurs learn the essentials of becoming a Black Woman CEO who is paid to do what she loves, owns her time, and achieves financial freedom.

Black women entrepreneurs will achieve new levels of professional and personal development through the "behind the scenes" success strategies shared by featured women entrepreneurs and the "Profit & Power" strategies led by Quanisha Green, MSS- Founder & Executive Coach of Black Woman CEO.

To join the Black Woman CEO Community (It's Free), visit: http://www.BlackWomanCEO.com

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

Brooke Craven ,

Awesome Podcast

Quanisha host of Black Woman CEO Podcast highlights all aspects of entrepreneurship in this can’t miss podcast. The host and expert guests offer insightful advice that is helpful to anyone that listens!

Coachps ,

Very Helpful and Enlightening!

This podcast was simply enjoyable on many levels. First of all, I could seriously identify with Taria Pritchett because like her, as a Life Coach, I seek to work with women to eradicate low self esteem, build their confidence, help them to recognize their values and love themselves. As a minister, I also coach them in the areas of spiritual development and am able to hold up the mirror so that they can see the person that I have already perceived them to be. It was a wake up call to that so many women are still in crisis situations mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. Until now, it was hard to fathom that I was even barking up the right trees. Secondly, I loved that Taria Pritchett was so transparent in describing her own journey toward her vision of success. It reinforced a decision that I conitunue to move forward in telling my own stories so that they women I come in contact with know that I have indeed traveled their road and can qualify to mentor them. Lastly, I took to heart her lesson to focus less on DOING and more on BEING. "Who I Be" inspired me to write substantial web content, blog topics and I even signed on to write in an anthology that addresses the very issues she faces as the CEO who champions the cause of women. Finally, a podcast that spoke DIRECTLY to my personal needs as a woman, an entrepreneur, a single,childless advocate and a potential CEO. I look forward to more like podcasts like this one. As a new subscriber to the Black Woman CEO podcast, I continued to listen to additonal ones so that I don't miss a beat! Thank you for keeping it 100 with us. Wonderful work.

Mom_Doctor_Educator ,

Excited About The Information

As a entrepreneur and network marketer I'm excited and looking forward to hearing words of empowerment, and encouragement to propel me forward as I journey on my road of success.

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