Altovise is an introverted entrepreneur residing in the DMV that launched, stumbled, and learned how to manage entrepreneurship, motivational speaking, and being a single mom. Her failure led her to start conversations with CEOs and entrepreneurs about the good, the bad, and the ugly when you first start a business. (Or, when you first try to start a business) She has written and co-authored multiple best-selling books including her first book, "It’s Okay to Cry" - and now, in this podcast, Altovise brings you the conversations that can help female Entrepreneurs in the DMV to launch, stumble less and learn. Can you become a successful entrepreneur? New episodes on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
Discovering True Success: Learn from Steve ”StevieG” Gallegos’ Journey
If you’re feeling the constant pressure to meet society’s traditional definition of success, sacrificing your own values and passions along the way, then you are not alone! Many entrepreneurs find themselves trapped in a cycle of chasing external validation and financial gain, only to realize that it doesn’t lead to true fulfillment or personal growth. Despite their tireless efforts, they may find that their actions are not yielding the desired results, leaving them feeling frustrated and unfulfilled. It’s time to break free from this cycle and redefine what success means on your own terms, paving the way for authentic growth and fulfillment.
Unlocking the Power of Sports: How Lakshmi Jayanthi’s App Builds Self-Confidence and Friendships - Lakshmi Jayanthi
In a world where screens dominate children’s lives, one mother dared to challenge the status quo. Lakshmi Jayanthi, a loving and observant mother in Atlanta, noticed the fading days of carefree outdoor play. Determined to make a change, she took a leap of faith and created an app that would bridge the gap between structured sports and unstructured play. But little did she know, this app would lead her on a journey that would surpass her wildest dreams. Brace yourself for an unexpected twist that will leave you wondering: How did this app transform not only children’s lives but an entire community? Find out how Lakshmi’s creation sparked a revolution in physical activity and social connections, in a story that will captivate you.
Creating a Winning Corporate Culture with Bryan Adams
Meet Brian Adams, the founder of PH Creative and Happy Dance, who helps global brands attract top talent through employer branding. But when a terrible boss pushes him to start his own company, he’s faced with the daunting challenge of entrepreneurship. Will he overcome his fears and achieve success, or will he crumble under the pressure? Find out in this gripping interview.
The Power of Intuition & the Ascension Process A Talk with Edina Mauvana
Just when it seemed like Edina Mauvana had found her calling as a spirituality consultant, a shocking twist shook the foundations of her beliefs and challenged everything she thought she knew about ascension. What could have possibly happened? Stay tuned to find out.
Self-love is the healing energy for everything. - Edina Mauvana
Zylo Marshall Restarting Life After Setbacks - Challenges of a Disabled Entrepreneur
Disability does not mean inferiority - don’t let it keep you from succeeding and achieving your goals.
Zylo Marshall is a 47-year-old realtor and disability advocate who went through the windshield of a car at 11 months old in 1976 and grew up with a brain injury. He is passionate about speaking up for those with disabilities and sharing his story of resilience and determination.
Exploring Self Discovery with Shatoyia Jones Challenging Societal Norms
With a lifetime of poverty-reduction, performance art, and belly-dancing experience, Shatoyia Jones is on a mission to empower women, challenge beauty standards, and reclaim the true history of her community, all while inspiring a new generation of risk-takers.
Shatoyia Jones is the founder and creative director of Keno Woman Finishing School. She has dedicated her career to poverty reduction, wealth education and opportunity access, and is a performance artist. She is passionate about empowering women and restoring the true history of African and African American culture.
Altovise is an inspiration! Love how she balances the depth of the topics she tackles while still making it accessible. ❤️ Deirdre
Define success and make the right decision for you and your business with Gerald Long.
I love how Altovise draws out the guests expertise and experience. His statement “humility is being dependent “ really struck me as truth.
Being your biggest investment
I could appreciate the humidity in the guest. All though he’s doing amazing things he realize that the work had to be complete in him.