Two healthcare strategists and a physician started a consulting firm, and soon realized that their meetings were essential for the soul and the business. From birth to broom to ballot to boss, join the ladies of GOODSTOCK Consulting as they entertainingly unpack B* words that affect women everyday – especially Black women.
Book Release: Dr. Cressia Hugie
Book Release: Dr. Cressia Hugie by GOODSTOCK Consulting
Biohazard Part 5 - Keeping Up With Covid 19
Although GOODSTOCK has taken a break this season, the ladies wanted to release a special episode to update our listeners about COVID-19. The episode features a special interview with Requithelia Adams (who was interviewed in March 2020 when she was battling COVID-19 and struggling to receive the testing and treatments that she needed in the epicenter of the pandemic in the US at that time – NYC). You’ll also get to listen in as Kellye and Kim ask their own resident expert - Dr. Ebony Hilton - some key questions about what people need to know and do during this current stage of COVID 19.
Breaking Bread: TAKOVER - Episode 4: Workin' Women
What is job loyalty? How do we set boundaries and why are we accessible? In this episode we unpack what it looks like to feel guilty when you're being pulled in every direction while trying to focus on yourself!
Breaking Bread: TAKOVER - Episode 3 Know Your Worth
How do you negotiate your salary while ensuring you're taking care of YOUR business? What does it look like when you feel you've hit your professional ceiling? Join us as we unpack navigating jobs, duties and responsibilities while taking care of yourself!
Breaking Bread: TAKOVER - Episode 2: Know Your Worth
What is your worth? Navigating applying to graduate school or for a full-time job? Listen as we unpack how to reach your top potential and stay on track to your ultimate goals and dreams!
Breaking Bread: TAKEOVER - Episode 1: Juneteenth.. And??
Was declaring Juneteenth as a federal holiday enough for us? What more could've been done and where are they missing the mark? Tune in as we unpack our thoughts on what's been transpiring and what we're hopeful about for what's to come!
In the future can you cover the impact of fibroids and endometriosis among black women and the range of options we have for care beyond surgery? This is my current struggle and I’m unmarried, mid-30s, never been pregnant and would like to keep all my equipment!! My repo issues are very complex and all of the OBGYNs I’ve seen advocate for surgery. Only after doing my own research have I found that there are other options and that there actually are doctors who take the time to share those with their patients such as Dr John Lipman of the ATL Fibroid Center. Given the focus of your show will you please consider discussing this in the future? I think it could really help a lot of women 😊
Truly authentic and relatable
I love the topics and the boldness of the three hosts. I appreciate the balance of the trio and the many tips they provide, definitely motivating. Being a black man under a lot of “categories” it feels good to hear some advice from casual, powerful, maternal and black women from “small” towns. Each episode resonates with me, and besides my personal connections to the podcast and the state of SC, I enjoy getting life from the energy they speak to and about us. Keep going deep, keep up the facts please, we love the family ties, thank you for supporting each other, we need the political/socioeconomic figures, and cultural coins, as well as the wellness tips.
I’m realizing life is a cycle and that history is repeating it self and our story is within us. I can’t talk about the podcast forever. Please keep being y’all. We need y’all.
I love the topics. They’re thought-provoking and unique. The hosts are witty, engaging, supportive, positive and informative. I highly recommend it!