The Phylanice Nashe Experience is a podcast series of light hearted and sometimes third-eye opening conversations on Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Relationships from the African American perspective. Host Phylanice Nashe, successful Entrepreneur, Educator and Philanthropist, chats with African American entrepreneurs and business leaders who share the ups and downs of their entrepreneurship journey and ways to minimize the Collateral Damage effect entrepreneurship can have on a marriage and family unit. We hope these stories and nuggets of wisdom inspire others to continue to pour into their businesses and family. #phylanicenasheexperience✅New Episodes drop every second and fourth Fridays of the month.✅ Follow & Rate the Show!✅Follow on Instagram @phylanicenashe✅Watch Interviews Subscribe to YouTube Channel @The Phylanice Experience Podcast
How To Navigate Spousepreneurship | w/ Entrepreneurial Couple Dexter & Kendra Jenkins
Summary: In this episode, host Phylanice Nashe will be chatting with spousepreneur couple, Reverend Dexter and Kendra Jenkins, about the ups and downs of navigating entrepreneurship as a couple. They're sharing insight on how they nurture their relationship while building their businesses.
Coping with Covid - Did it affect their businesses? Their entrepreneurial Journey How they nurture their relationship while in businessHow spouses support one another in spousepreneurshipHow love languages can help balance the relationshipThe mission of their businesses - church, real estate, and financial literacy organizationThe meaning of the SHIP philosophyNuggets of WisdomHost: Phylanice Nashe's Social Media
LinkedIn: The Phylanice Nashe Experience PodcastIG: @phylanicenasheFB: The Phylanice Nashe Experience PodcastYT: The Phylanice Nashe Experience PodcastGuests: Rev. Dexter & Kendra Jenkins
Church: FellowshipBoston.orgReal Estate: DexterBJenkins.comDexter B. Jenkins
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LinkedIn: Kendra JenkinsFacebook: Kendra Jenkins Twitter: Kendra Jenkins
Entrepreneurship & Mental Health Series - How to Become the CEO of your Mental Health | w/ Life & Leadership Coach Dr. Lacrecia Dangerfield
In this episode, host Phylanice Nashe chats with a mental health expert helping business owners become the CEO of their life and business, Dr. Lacrecia Dangerfield. Dr. Dangerfield shares insight about the mental health issues that entrepreneurs face along with ways entrepreneurs can take care of their mental health issues. Tune in to this informative discussion. You’ll be inspired to take control of your mental health!
Why entrepreneurs should have therapists Top 5 Issues Faced by EntrepreneursPoor emotional intelligenceImposter syndromeLack of understanding of what it means to be an entrepreneurUnrealistic expectations about sustainability “social media lifestyle success versus real-life successHow Mental Health Issues Manifest Themselves in EntrepreneursThe Myths about Entrepreneurship that Ruin Mental HealthThings Entrepreneurs Should do to Manage Their OutlookBenefits of working with Dr. Dangerfield Host: Phylanice Nashe's Social Media
LinkedIn: The Phylanice Nashe Experience PodcastIG: @phylanicenasheFB: The Phylanice Nashe Experience PodcastYT: The Phylanice Nashe Experience PodcastGuest: Dr. Lacrecia Dangerfield
Website Address: www.drdangerfield.comLinkedIn: Dr. Lacrecia Dangerfield Twitter: @iamdrdangerfield IG: @iamdrdangerfieldFB: Lacrecia DangerfieldPodcast: Brown Girl Banter
Entrepreneurship & Mental Health Series - Balancing Entrepreneurship & Mental Health | w/ Wellness Consultant Maryam Abdallah
In this episode, host Phylanice Nashe chats with mental health professional and owner of I Am Well Consulting, Maryam Abdallah, about why entrepreneurs should seek therapy. Maryam shares insight about the mental health issues that entrepreneurs face along with ways entrepreneurs can take care of their mental health issues.
Tune in to this informative discussion. You’ll be inspired to take control of your mental health!
Why entrepreneurs should have therapists Top 5 Issues Faced by EntrepreneursAnxiety/ StressMoral InjurySubstance UseBurnout and DepressionHow Mental Health Issues Manifest Themselves in EntrepreneursHow Financial Trauma Stops Entrepreneurs from ThrivingOverspendingScarcity MindsetThe Myths about Entrepreneurship that Ruin Mental HealthHow Maryam’s background in entrepreneurship helps her connect with clientsThings Entrepreneurs Should do to Manage Their OutlookWhy Listeners should work with I Am Well ConsultingHost: Phylanice Nashe's Social Media
LinkedIn: The Phylanice Nashe Experience PodcastIG: @phylanicenasheFB: The Phylanice Nashe Experience PodcastYT: The Phylanice Nashe Experience PodcastGuest: Maryam Abdallah
Website Address: https://iamwellconsulting.com/ LinkedIn: Maryam Abdallah IG: @iamwellconsulting FB: I Am Well Consulting
The Phenomenal Mother Daughter Duo, Empowering You to Live Your Best Life | w/Authors & Empowerment Coaches, Rita and Brittany Mitchell
In this episode, Host Phylanice Nashe has a very inspiring chat with the phenomenal mother-daughter duo, Rita and Brittany Mitchell and how they use their personal experiences thru speaking engagements, coaching seminars, and their books to help women find their purpose, reach professional & personal success and ultimately live their best lives and be their phenomenal selves.
Listen to their story. You'll be inspired and empowered to find your purpose and personal success.
Impact of COVID - A time for growth & creativityOrigin Stories - Who is Rita and Brittany, individually and collectively?All In The Family - The Creation of the Mother, Daughter DuoThe Do's & Don'ts when working with Family - Keeping the HarmonyThe "Why" behind Rita P. Mitchell, LLC - Author, Speaker, & Empowerment CoachThe Purpose, The Brand: Empowering women to live their best life and become their phenomenal selfHow to Find Light in the DarknessThe How: Workshops, Keynote speaking, Storyboard sessions, Our BooksOwn Your Phenomenal Self: A Guide on Character, Success, and Leadership (Amazon Link)Spoken Art: Too Brave to Back Down (Amazon Link) Host: Phylanice Nashe's Social Media
LinkedIn: Phylanice Nashe J.D. LinkedIn: The Phylanice Nashe Experience PodcastIG: @phylanicenasheFB: Phylanice NasheFB: The Phylanice Nashe Experience PodcastLinkTree: The Phylanice Nashe Experience Podcast (Resources, Episodes, Panel Discussions)Subscribe: "The Phylanice Nashe Experience Podcast" YouTube ChannelGuest: Rita Mitchell and Brittany Mitchell's Social Media
Website: ritapmitchell.comLinkedIn: Rita P. Mitchell & Brittany MitchellTwitter: @ritapmitchell & @brittanyam12 Instagram: @ritapmitchell & @brittanyam12 Email: email@example.comAmazon Links To Purchase Books: Own Your Phenomenal Self: A Guide on Character, Success, and LeadershipSpoken Art: Too Brave to Back Down
HR Issues: How to Hire, Attract & Retain Top Talent For Your Company, post the Great Resignation | w/ Employment Attorney and HR Consultant, Jessie Saintcyr
Attracting & retaining quality employees continues to be a challenge for business owners. On this episode we are chatting with employment attorney and HR consultant, Jessie Saintcyr (Owner of Saintcyr Consulting) about How to Hire, Attract & retain Top Talent For Your Company, post the "Great Resignation.”
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LinkedIn: Phylanice Nashe J.D.IG: @phylanicenasheFB: Phylanice NasheSubscribe: "The Phylanice Nashe Experience Podcast" YouTube ChannelGuest: Jessie Saintcyr's Social Media
Website: https://saintcyrconsulting.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessiesaintcyr/
Funding Black-Owned Businesses: The Bridge Resource Partnership Fund Part 2 -A Discussion with The Recipients of the Bridge Resource Partnership Fund
The racial wealth gap makes funding for Black Entrepreneurs difficult. The first step towards solving this problem is investing in minority founders.
The Phylanice Nashe Experience Podcast is shining a bright light on the assistance provided by The Bridge Resource Partnership Fund, started & funded by Nashville entrepreneur and philanthropist, Dr. Turner Nashe, Jr. to help Black-owned businesses, including Black Woman-Owned Businesses, bridge that funding gap.
JOIN US FRIDAY, 3/25 @ 12 pm CST LIVE on LinkedIn, YouTube & Facebook for a panel discussion with the 5 Black Woman-Owned Business Founders who received the first round of funding from the Bridge Resource Partnership Fund. Amelia Watts, Studio Bank's banker & fund liaison, joins us.
The Bridge Resource Partnership FundWebsite: https://www.cfmt.org/giving-and-investing/become-a-donor/give-to-a-fund/the-bridge-resource-partnership-fund/
Part 1 Panel Discussion Funding Black-Owned Businesses Thru the Bridge Resource Partnership Fund https://youtu.be/WVKZkB_RxdE
Host/Moderator: Phylanice Nashe, J.D., Host of The Phylanice Nashe Experience Podcast
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Amelia Watts, VP, Commercial Relationship Manager, Studio Bank
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Domonique Townsend, LSSMBB, Founder, We Optimize Work
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Dr. Jewell Winn, Co-Founder, Lighthouse on the Lake
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Nielah Burnett, MBA, CSPO, 6Sigma Black Belt, Founder, InnerG Juice & Yoga
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Ashley Brooke James, CoFounder of TRILUNA, LLC
Tanisha J. Hall, AICP, TDM-CP, CEO & Founder, Fairpointe Planning
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