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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
    • 4.7 • 37 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

    Reawakening: How Black Woman CEO Founder Quanisha Green is Healing Trauma and Reimagining Business

    Reawakening: How Black Woman CEO Founder Quanisha Green is Healing Trauma and Reimagining Business

    After a 5 day rest period Quanisha, our host, found herself on her bathroom floor crying.  Unable to get herself together for her coaching call.  She made the decision in May to take 30 days off at a Residential Treatment Center.  Sometimes we have to break everything down to RISE.
    Quanisha is now shifting the Black Woman CEO podcast and adopting an ethical, feminist and trauma informed approach to how she does business.
    What you will learn in this episode; 
    -Quanisha discusses her personal experiences with trauma and her approach to dealing with it.
    -How her breakdown was really a breakthrough 
    -What trauma informed, ethical and feminist business principles mean and the value of these practices.   
    * Let's continue the conversation in the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO 

    • 35 min
    How To Transform Your Life Into A Happy and Healthy Lifestyle with Rhonda Thomas

    How To Transform Your Life Into A Happy and Healthy Lifestyle with Rhonda Thomas

    Our guest Rhonda Thomas, transformational speaker and author, encourages women to live their best life. She guides them to a place of happy through, "Happy By Design Events" and Happy Hours catered to the mature woman. After being a consultant to bridge the gap between parents and children in the school, Rhonda decided to take it a step further.
    In being a Chicago Public School Speaker and Advocate , she wanted to leave something of value with each of her families. Rhonda's launch of anxiety reducing coloring books created just that. Her coloring books help parents and children, around the world, manage their stress in a healthier way. 
     
    What will you learn in this episode;
    Several ways to manage your anxiety. How to lead a happy healthy lifestyle. Your dreams are still attainable at any age How to monetize your expertise and launch a book. How coloring books can help you therapeutically.  
    “Health is everything and everything is health.” 
    Coloring Book by: Rhonda Thomas
     
    To book Rhonda for a speaking engagement and purchase coloring books. Please visit; https://rhonsway.com/

    • 51 min
    How To Visually Shine Online As An Influencer with Kimberly Mays

    How To Visually Shine Online As An Influencer with Kimberly Mays

    In this episode, we have an encouraging interview with CEO Kimberly Mays; a digital thought leader, speaker, and trainer.
    She helps professional coaches and speakers develop their online presence through web design and branding so that they can grow and sustain their businesses. She’s passionate about creating brands’ online visual presence to make them shine.
    Kimberly has mastered networking, knowing where she fits in with her clients, and knowing how to build a team to be the CEO she is today.
    She believes in the power of having the right support from a coach when starting a business to avoid making avoidable mistakes.
    Listen in to learn why you shouldn’t consume all the information when starting a business and should instead outsource or wait to learn later.
    What You Will Learn:
    Kimberly describes how she makes anyone in the influencer and coaching space stand out online How she takes the online burden off entrepreneurs so they can focus on their businesses Learning how to manage your energy as a business owner Tips on how to manage your time and business as an introvert, so you don’t burnout Kimberly explains how she became an expert by fitting with clients, networking, and building a team How to charge according to the value you’re offering The value of having support when starting in business and developing into the role of a CEO How to master your mindset to master your business and overcome challenges Integrating work and family, and having a self-care system Navigating the pandemic times by trying new things and having a workable routine The importance of planning and setting short-term goals to stay on track Do not consume all the information when starting a business Learn to keep yourself grounded and focused through the waves as a business owner Get in Touch with Kimberly:
    Business Website: https://foolishlycreative.com/  Instagram- https://instagram.com/foolishlycreative?igshid=1v705rzsfia9k  Facebook-https://www.facebook.com/foolishlycreative/ Book Mentioned: Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl  

    • 38 min
    How to Step into Your Power as A Business Woman with Dr. Cherita Weatherspoon

    How to Step into Your Power as A Business Woman with Dr. Cherita Weatherspoon

    In this episode, we have an empowering interview with the CEO Dr. Cherita Weatherspoon, she is a profit strategist, coach, and author.
    She has a mission to engage, elevate, and empower black women to own their power and profit from it while impacting the world. She is a powerhouse woman owning what she desires out of life and doing the work necessary to make both things a reality.
    Dr. Cherita Weatherspoon started her coaching business after years of holding a career in higher education and prepared long for her CEO role before becoming one.
    She insists on the importance of investing in getting the help you need with your business to scale. Listen in to learn the value of stepping into your power by pushing through who you are to succeed as a businesswoman.
    What You Will Learn:
    Dr. Cherita Weatherspoon describes her coaching business, helping women find and package their expertise The importance of charging the value of the work you’re doing How to be confident in your knowledge and skills and apply them in your business Helping women believe in themselves in both their head and heart to be powerful How to push through who you are to own your power in business with the right mentorship Dr. Cherita Weatherspoon explains why she left a career in higher education for entrepreneurship How to overcome the challenges of being a new business owner by showing up authentically Connecting boundaries with self-care, taking care of family and balancing life and business The value of investing in yourself to get the help you need to scale your business Having the faith and taking the action to achieve your future desires Get in Touch with Dr. Cherita Weatherspoon:
    Website: https://www.cheritaweatherspoon.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CoachCherita Schedule a Call: coachmedrc.com     * Let's continue the conversation in the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO 

    • 48 min
    Uplevel Your Mindset For Business Success with Rashida Gaye

    Uplevel Your Mindset For Business Success with Rashida Gaye

    Rashida Gaye, Mindset Coach and Insurance Agent stops by Black CEO Podcast to talk about the importance of adjusting your mindset in business.
    She started her first business as a life and business coach and has currently helped entrepreneurs worldwide sell over $4 million dollars in new business. 
    Rashida also offers financial strategies workshops under her Insurance Agency.  She understands that the balance of a healthy mindset and financial security is the foundation of every successful business. 
    In this episode she details how she encourages her clients to step out of their comfort zone and invest in their overall life goals.  
     
    What you will learn:
    How Rashida helped Quanisha reach her goal of 30K in sales. How Rashida uses Hypnotherapy as a tool to help women develop their strategy for success.
    Liberating your thought process to secure your success!

    How historical context must be included in trauma focused work.  How to set effective goals and achieve them.  How to integrate business, family, and self care.
    What is Rashida's number one success strategy in business?  
    Remember to connect with Rashida via:
    Website: http://rashidagaye.com/mindset-coaching
    Rashida Gay Email: rashida@rashidagaye.com
    Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ragaye
     
    * Let's continue the conversation in the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO

    • 38 min
    How To Redefine Yourself As A Strong Black Woman With Tonya Ladipo

    How To Redefine Yourself As A Strong Black Woman With Tonya Ladipo

    In this episode, we have an empowering interview with the CEO of The Ladipo Group and Creator of S.O.S for Superwomen, Tonya Ladipo. The Ladipo Group is a company dedicated to the emotional wellness of Black and African-American people and communities.
    She is passionate about supporting women who pour to their careers, families, and forget to pour into themselves through the SOS for Superwomen movement. 
    Tonya started The Ladipo Group in 2004 out of anger caused by the inequalities towards people of color that she witnessed in other organizations.
    She wants to challenge black people to change the narrative and become who we’re destined to be in this world. Listen in to learn how to build an intentional business and live an intentional life as a black woman in business. 
    What You Will Learn: 
    Tonya describes her business geared towards empowering black people Redefining the strong black woman narrative How to delegate and trust your team to do it Tonya explains why she started her emotional wellness business Taking the risk of expanding your business  How to overcome the challenges of being an entrepreneur Integrating self-care, family, and business by prioritizing How to embrace every season of your journey as a woman Track and review your small and big goals  How to create an intentional business and live intentionally The importance of having a solid accounting and legal system in your business Get in Touch with Tonya:
    Websites: https://theladipogroup.com/  http://www.sosforsuperwomen.com/   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sosforsuperwomen/  Book Mentioned:  The E Myth by Michael E. Gerber  
    * Let's continue the conversation in the Black Woman CEO Circle Facebook Group. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BlackWomanCEO

    • 42 min

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4.7 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 Ratings

TyTu02 ,

Encouraging

I started replacing my time listening to music in the car or throughout the day with listening to your podcast. I signed up to be in the Facebook group so I am excited to engage with you more on there. From one social work sista to the next, you are the BOMB !

Cwamne ,

It's really good

Black Woman CEO is a really good podcast. Quanisha is highly knowledgeable, and really explains everything perfectly, and is engaging at the same-time. There's advice here that you will not get elsewhere.

DBW2048 ,

Ah-Ha Moment

I have grown an appreication for the Black Women CEO podcast. Not only is the content empowering, there are muliple "lightbulb" or "Ah-ha"moments that help women release the old and shift into alignment with there purpose. My "lightbulb" clicked with the interview about confidence. I know what I am suppose to do, but I am stuck in the fear. Instead of doing what I love, I was settling. This podcast has become my classroom and I ready to learn some more.

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