The BBU Podcast is a weekly podcast that teaches purposeful women how to be uncompromising in their faith, business, and total life success with God as the CEO. Get ready to be empowered, emboldened, and receive divine strategy to fulfill God’s plan for your life and business.
Your host + sister in Christ and success, Tatum Temia Ayomike, is an award-winning entrepreneur, executive producer, author and devoted Christian who has committed her life to help women bridge the gap between faith and business. Her impact as the CEO of Anchored Media includes a global reach of millions of listeners across 75+ produced podcast shows in just 2 years. Through her personal brand, Tatum has cultivated a community of businesswomen who give God full authority to use their business as a vessel for the Kingdom. Using the word of God as her platform, Tatum's prayer journal and published books offer instrumental guidance to ‘boss up’ in any entrepreneurial venture. Tatum has been featured in several magazines and publications and has been named as a Top 30 under 30 in the Washington, DC area.
What is a stronghold? How do strongholds affect Christians?
Watch the video version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8L9jfCom1Qc
218: How to Fight Your Mental Battles
About this episode:
In this week’s episode, Tatum talks about fixing your thoughts and actions and provides practical strategies to do so.
Point 1: A strategy to fix your thoughts is to get off social media (15:24).
Point 2: Create a schedule that fits what your striving for (23:23).
Point 3: Do a SWOT analysis on your business (32:11).
This episode is sponsored by Skillshare
This episode is sponsored by Ana Luisa:http://analuisa.com/blessed
How to Tell a You Idea vs. a God Idea
217: For those looking to have a 6-figure year
About this episode:
In this week’s episode, Tatum discusses the importance of not getting so overly-obsessed over our financial goals in business that we make an idol out of reaching a number and miss out on the necessary polishing and pruning process.
Point 1: What do you want people to thank you for, and are you willing to go through the process necessary to become that polished version of yourself (7:00)?
Point 2: Pay attention to the process because the polishing is in the process (18:37).
Point 3: The money will come (25:22).
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3 Ways to Practically Increase Your Trust in God
We know that faith without works is dead, but in order for you to have faith, you have to have TRUST and that's what this bonus episode is all about.
Watch the video version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2OXNWYASKw&t=215s
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216: Can I pour my heart out for a moment?
About this episode:
In this week’s episode, Tatum has a candid discussion about the emotions and frustrations that can come with pioneering and executing something where we can’t go to another human to receive the blueprint.
Point 1: We’re going to have to go through the thing that we are called to help people overcome (20:37).
Point 2: It’s important to be present even in the most painful situations (21:34).
Point 3: If we’re in the will of God, we can handle it (22:08).
Point 4: While you might not have a model to look to being that you’re a pioneer, think about the people coming after you who you will serve as a model for (22:54).
Point 5: We have to stop looking for boxes that we weren’t created to fit into in the first place (26:47).
Point 6: We’re not up against time, we’re up against our faith. It’s just a matter of perspective (31:03).
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