15 episodes

A weekly podcast featuring an intimate reflection and piercing look into life, business and social justice. Amberly is the cousin of Emmett Till, 14 year old Chicago boy who was kidnapped and murdered in 1955 for allegedly whistling at a White woman in Money, MS.

Mamie Taught Me Amberly R. Carter, cousin of Emmett Till

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

A weekly podcast featuring an intimate reflection and piercing look into life, business and social justice. Amberly is the cousin of Emmett Till, 14 year old Chicago boy who was kidnapped and murdered in 1955 for allegedly whistling at a White woman in Money, MS.

    Broke Black and Bougie w/ Charlisa Goodlet

    Broke Black and Bougie w/ Charlisa Goodlet

    Race and social economic status are not married, but are often engaged. Hear what the founder of the blog Broke Black Bougie, Charlisa "Charli" Goodlet has to say about living with less others but learning not to feel lesser than anyone around you. 
     
     
    Find Charlisa Goodlet Online:
    www.brokeblackbougie.com
    https://www.facebook.com/brokeblackbougie/
     

    • 35 min
    Measurement and Monetization

    Measurement and Monetization

    Discover what I think is worthy of measuring in 2018 and who you should have left in 2017.

    • 9 min
    Believe It's Your Time

    Believe It's Your Time

    In today's episode, I'm reading an excerpt from my chapter entitled "Believe the Unimaginable Is Possible". Follow along for a little motivate and learn why despite feeling small you should go after that dream or take on that new role any way.

    • 5 min
    Mind Over Money w/ Felicia Blaise

    Mind Over Money w/ Felicia Blaise

    With the holiday season having just passed, it’s always interesting how people think about money, what they have or don't have and how they choose spend it and what they believe they can't afford. Listen in as Amberly is joined by Chief Budget Balancer Felicia Blaise of FeliciaBlaise.com to discuss money management tips for abundance in the new year.

    • 24 min
    Black Grief: On Display and Pimped Out for Politics

    Black Grief: On Display and Pimped Out for Politics

    The first episode of the year and for the Mamie Taught Me Podcast. Grief with loved ones who’ve passed away is tough but I think that’s common. The loss of someone who is still living can be just as challenging. When I think about what you need to get through grief, you really need space to just be vulnerable. In this podcast I share what Mamie taught me about coping with loss.
     
    Music Credits:
    Ryan Little
    MindFrame
    Street Light
     
    Clear Blue https://soundcloud.com/clearblue
    Keepin' It Real Since '86
    Tangerine Haze

    • 20 min
    I'm Retiring... Plus Two Bonuses

    I'm Retiring... Plus Two Bonuses

    Amberly's sharing some big news. Then she shares two resources that will help you get your life together in 2018.
    Keep following Amberly on IG: @mamietaughtme and FB facebook.com/mamietaughtme
    Join my community, Memorial Foundation Network at https://www.facebook.com/groups/mamietaughtme/
     
    >>>FREEBIESProfitable Purpose Planner: mamietillmobley.com/2018planner
    Profit Over Purpose 30 Day Challenge: https://www.mamietillmobley.com/popchallenge

    • 3 min

Customer Reviews

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5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Lovesrw ,

Great Podcast

Amberly is really passionate about her work. Great job!!!

mc708 ,

Love!!!

Looking forward to hearing more from the Mamie Taught Me podcast.

Anonymous053 ,

Wonderful!

Amberly is always looking for ways to reach out & uplift. “Mamie taught me” couldn’t be a more perfect name for the new show. I’ll be sure to tune in every Friday. 😊

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