55 episodes

The Sakita Method podcast is hosted by Sakita Holley, an award-winning publicist and entrepreneur who gives you direct, unfiltered access to your favorite creatives, entrepreneurs and executives and the methods that have made them successful.

Tune in for business, lifestyle and PR insights designed to help you win at work, in business and everywhere in between.

When talking about this podcast online, use the hashtag #TheSakitaMethod. And follow the host on Instagram/Twitter @MissSuccess.

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    • 4.8 • 159 Ratings

The Sakita Method podcast is hosted by Sakita Holley, an award-winning publicist and entrepreneur who gives you direct, unfiltered access to your favorite creatives, entrepreneurs and executives and the methods that have made them successful.

Tune in for business, lifestyle and PR insights designed to help you win at work, in business and everywhere in between.

When talking about this podcast online, use the hashtag #TheSakitaMethod. And follow the host on Instagram/Twitter @MissSuccess.

    Ep. 55: Julian Addo on Launching a Prestige Beauty Brand

    Ep. 55: Julian Addo on Launching a Prestige Beauty Brand

    Julian R. Addo is the founder of Adwoa Beauty – a clean, gender neutral beauty brand for kinky, curly hair textures.

    Julian has a long and successful track record in the beauty space which she leveraged when launching the brand three years ago. On this episode, she talks about her journey from launch to Sephora in less than three years and how being told 'no,' is what ultimately led her to create her own brand.

    You can find Julian on IG @JulianRAddo: Instagram.com/julianraddo
    and @AdwoaBeauty Instagram.com/AdwoaBeauty

    When talking about this episode online, use #TheSakitaMethod hashtag.

    Instagram.com/MissSuccess
    Twitter.com/MissSuccess
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    To join #TheSakitaMethod community, text SAKITAMETHOD to 33777.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Ep. 54: Why Passive Income is Active First with Tonya Rapley

    Ep. 54: Why Passive Income is Active First with Tonya Rapley

    Tonya Rapley is a millennial money expert, author and serial entrepreneur best known for her award-winning site My Fab Finance. On this episode, she shares details from her entrepreneurial journey, breaks down her money mindset and reminds us all that "passive income is active at first."

    You can find Tonya on IG @Tonya.Rapley: Instagram.com/Tonya.Rapley

    When talking about this episode online, use #TheSakitaMethod hashtag.

    Instagram.com/MissSuccess
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    Instagram.com/TheSakitaMethod
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    To join #TheSakitaMethod community, text SAKITAMETHOD to 33777.

    • 57 min
    Ep. 53: Abu Fofanah on Strategically Using Paid Ads to Grow Your Biz

    Ep. 53: Abu Fofanah on Strategically Using Paid Ads to Grow Your Biz

    Abu Fofanah is a serial entrepreneur and CEO of a digital marketing agency called House of Fofanah. He runs the 'Power Your Launch' accelerator to help founders learn how to strategically use paid ads to grow their product and service based businesses.

    Since the launch of the accelerator in 2019, he has helped over 500 founders begin monetizing and growing their brands online and has himself, recently joined the 7-figure earnings club.

    You can find Abu on IG @AbuFofanah: Instagram.com/abufofanah

    When talking about this episode online, use #TheSakitaMethod hashtag.

    Instagram.com/MissSuccess
    Twitter.com/MissSuccess
    Instagram.com/TheSakitaMethod
    Twitter.com/TheSakitaMethod

    To join #TheSakitaMethod community, text SAKITAMETHOD to 33777.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Ep. 52: The Importance of Betting On Yourself with Krystle Watler

    Ep. 52: The Importance of Betting On Yourself with Krystle Watler

    Krystle Watler is the Managing Director for Virtue North America. Virtue is a full-service creative agency born from what many of you know as VICE Media. In her time running business development and now the entire agency for North America, she has helped win business from Urban Decay, Target, Beats by Dre, Indeed, AT&T and more.

    On this episode, we talk about how she left corporate banking at 25, taking a 55 percent pay cut to start from the bottom in a brand new industry to being named to Ad Age’s 2019 Women to Watch list. She also
    shares tips and best practices for how creative service-based businesses can continue to pitch and win business during today’s uncertain business environment.

    You can find Krystle on IG @Krystle_Watler: Instagram.com/krystle_watler

    When talking about this episode online, use #TheSakitaMethod hashtag.

    Instagram.com/MissSuccess
    Twitter.com/MissSuccess
    Instagram.com/TheSakitaMethod
    Twitter.com/TheSakitaMethod

    To join #TheSakitaMethod community, text SAKITAMETHOD to 33777.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Ep. 51: Zim Flores on Building Brands While Staying Grounded in Purpose

    Ep. 51: Zim Flores on Building Brands While Staying Grounded in Purpose

    Zim Flores has accomplished a lot of things throughout her career, but the thing she's most known for is creating Travel Noire and forever changing the conversation around how Black people travel.

    On this episode, we talk about the early days of Travel Noire, what led her to eventually sell the business and how her faith is a guiding force in every move she makes.

    Zim's first book 'Dare to Bloom' is available for pre-order at DareToBloomBook.com. And you can find her on Instagram.com/Zimism.

    When talking about this episode online, use #TheSakitaMethod hashtag.

    Instagram.com/MissSuccess
    Twitter.com/MissSuccess
    Instagram.com/TheSakitaMethod
    Twitter.com/TheSakitaMethod

    To join #TheSakitaMethod community, text SAKITAMETHOD to 33777.

    • 49 min
    Ep. 50: The Work is For You

    Ep. 50: The Work is For You

    On this episode, I talk about the importance of always showing up with excellence at work and for your clients regardless of what the circumstances are.

    Sometimes people will do a less than stellar job as a way to hurt their boss or place of work, when in actuality what you do and how you show up will always be a reflection of you and end up hurting you the most in the long run.

    When talking about this episode online, use #TheSakitaMethod hashtag and tag @MissSuccess and @TheSakitaMethod on both Instagram and Twitter.

    To join #TheSakitaMethod community, text SAKITAMETHOD to 33777.

    • 10 min

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4.8 out of 5
159 Ratings

159 Ratings

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LOVE THIS Podcast!!!!

As an entrepreneur, listening to The Sakita Method is like taking a free masterclass in business and life! I Learn soooo much from you and your guests! Just wow! Thank you for providing access to insights from people & business owners we’d rarely get access to. Your questions are ALWAYS on point and your Guests are always ready to share. Every time I start to think “she should ask this as a follow up”, you ask it before I can even finish that thought! Word to the wise...take notes! Thanks so much! - Khadijah R.

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Love it!

The latest episode with Julian Addo was/is everything!! I absolutely love your podcast!

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I always learn something

Keep it up.

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