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The Women Like Me podcast, hosted by music executive and entrepreneur Brittney King Brock, is a wellness community for professional women in music, entertainment and creative industries to learn about the practices of wellness, self-care and mindfulness. Brittney will talk with women from all walks of life on their approach to slow down and make time to nurture their mind, body and spirit.

If you’re a millennial woman who wants real advice about overcoming life experiences and finding the right tools to live a mentally healthy life, The Women Like Me podcast is for you.

Women Like Me Podcast with Brittney King Brock Women Like Me

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 13 Ratings

The Women Like Me podcast, hosted by music executive and entrepreneur Brittney King Brock, is a wellness community for professional women in music, entertainment and creative industries to learn about the practices of wellness, self-care and mindfulness. Brittney will talk with women from all walks of life on their approach to slow down and make time to nurture their mind, body and spirit.

If you’re a millennial woman who wants real advice about overcoming life experiences and finding the right tools to live a mentally healthy life, The Women Like Me podcast is for you.

    Episode 105: Run Your Own Race Ft. Jamaica Craft

    Episode 105: Run Your Own Race Ft. Jamaica Craft

    Considered by many to be a creative savant in the world of entertainment, Jamaica Craft has adapted to playing multiple roles as a dancer, choreographer, artist developer and creative director. Hailing from Kansas City, Missouri, Jamaica developed her talent for dance naturally, without any formal training or instruction. She has organized and overseen creative for A-listers such as Ciara, Usher, Ne-Yo, Justin Bieber, Lil Nas X and many more.

    Jamaica continues to innovate and influence both the music and tv/film industry with her current work on projects such as STARZ’s hit series P-Valley, HBO’s innovative Lovecraft Country, Youtube’s Step Up series and FOX’s Empire.

    In this episode, Brittney and Jamaica discuss: 


    Their 10+ year business partnership and the importance of women supporting women
    Pushing through discouraging moments as a creative 
    Transitioning from music into TV & Film 
    How motherhood has changed her approach to business & life 

    Keep up with Jamaica @jamaicacraft 

    As always, we'd love to hear from you! Shoot us a note womenlikemepod@gmail.com 

    • 48 min
    Episode 104: Using Essential Oils for Emotional Support w/ Michelle Carlton

    Episode 104: Using Essential Oils for Emotional Support w/ Michelle Carlton

    This week, Brittney chats with Michelle Carlton-  image bearer, storyteller and self-defined 'unlikely mama'. Michelle is the Co-Founder of The Valorie, a social + wellness club for black women, whose superpower is building relationships and interpreting words into aesthetics.

    In this chat, we talk all things essential oils and how they have become necessary components on our wellness journey as mothers + entrepreneurs who are pursuing nontoxic lifestyles. 

    Topics of discussion: 

    *What are essential oils and how do they provide emotional support 

    *Learning how to listen to your body/developing a sense of awareness 

    *Functioning with anxiety and giving yourself permission to feel 

    *Understanding your needs and learning how to effectively communicate those needs 

    Here's what Michelle is reading, watching and listening to: 

    Read- The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy 

    Watch- The Last Black Man in San Diego 

    Listen: Natalie Lauren 'Handle with Care' album 

    Keep up with Michelle: 

    @michellecarlton 

    @thevalorie 

    As always, we'd love to hear from you! Shoot us a note womenlikemepod@gmail.com 

    • 45 min
    Episode 103: Undoing Perfectionism and Leaning Into Who You Are with Kashira Maddox

    Episode 103: Undoing Perfectionism and Leaning Into Who You Are with Kashira Maddox

    Brittney sits down with marketing and event planning executive, Kashira Maddox to discuss self-love, how to embrace wilderness seasons as exercises of faith, learning how to undo perfectionism and the importance of being spiritually aligned. 

    Grab your pen and paper, sis!! 

    We'd love to hear from you: womenlikemepod@gmail.com 

    Here's what Kashira shared for Read/Watch/Listen: 

    Read: The Power of Femininity 

    Watch: Now with Natalie 

    Listen: Fred Hammond Radio 

    Connect with Brittney on Instagram: 

    @brittneykingbrock 

    @womenlikeme

    brittneykingbrock.com 

    • 29 min
    Episode 102: Betting on Yourself with Shawnae Corbett-Rice

    Episode 102: Betting on Yourself with Shawnae Corbett-Rice

    Brittney chats with Shawnae Corbett-Rice, Vice President of Marketing for Warner Records, about pivoting in your career, knowing when you've outgrown where you are, the importance of internships and being a mom in music. 

    Connect with Shawnae: 

    @shawnaerice 

    Connect with Brittney on Instagram: 

    @brittneykingbrock 

    @womenlikeme 

    If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. 

    If you have topic recommendations or would like to send us a note, shoot us an email at womenlikemepod@gmail.com 

    • 52 min
    Episode 101: Balance & Boundaries with Ciji Townsend, founder of Balanced Not Busy

    Episode 101: Balance & Boundaries with Ciji Townsend, founder of Balanced Not Busy

    Today's guest, Ciji Townsend, is genuine and authentic on her everyday journey to live balanced not busy and provide practical solutions to find balance and ultimately shift from crazy busy to confident calm. 

    In this episode, Brittney chats with Ciji and gets the real story behind her community, Balanced Not Busy- a space for go-getters to find rest. 

    Ciji has been intrigued by the word “busy” since she was six years old. Surrounded by working parents and grandparents, everyone seemed to be really really busy…ALL of the time. Ciji was initiated into her family’s secret society of busy people when she turned 13. Her over programmed social calendar, full schedule and ridiculous amount of commitments from school sports to the youth and government club was some official rites of passage.

    Ciji remained in the secret society and committed to the condition of being busy in high school, college and for many years post-graduation. Until one day a light bulb went off and she no longer wanted to respond to “how are you?” with the overused response, “I’m so busy.”

    Her life as a balanced person has certainly not limited her from identifying and pursuing each one of her passions. Professionally, she has worked as an Account Manager for Dyalect Marketing, Marketing Manager for Red Bull North America and currently in Corporate Public Relations at Cox Communications.

    Outside of her 9-5, she works 5-9 and sometimes even later to serve in the Atlanta community.  She is President Emeritus of the Urban League of Greater Atlanta Young Professionals, she is a member of the LEAD Atlanta 2013 class, a New Leaders Council Louisiana 2015 Fellow and a participate in the Leadership Buckhead class of 2017. She is a graduate of the Leadership Georgia Class of 2018 and was inducted into Outstanding Atlanta in the Fall of 2019. She’s a member of the Junior League of Atlanta and served this year as the Director of Sustainer Engagement.

    How does she do it all? In three words, Ciji lives an intentional life, rooted in prioritizing her time and doing the things that matter most, that she is passionate about and that fulfills her life.  Rather than focusing on a work life balance, she lives life and avoids sacrificing her joy by glorifying “busyness.”

    Stay connected: 

    Instagram: @balancednotbusy 

    www.balancednotbusy.com 

    • 1 hr 12 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

T. Denea ,

Real and Genuine

Your conversations inspire me to keep pushing towards the goals that I have set for myself, to not allow distractions to get me off course and to give myself the grace to learn from life’s experiences.❤️❤️❤️

CConTheGo ,

A manual for balanced living!

As a woman who has worked in the music industry most of my career, I really enjoyed the episode with Shawnee Corbett Rice. Her story reminded me that there are other women on the same path with the same values. Really love how this podcast stresses the importance of balance and not buying into “busy” culture.

RPJ05 ,

Loved It

I absolutely loved the conversation with Ciji. So many gems for career minded moms and women in general. We all need a tribe and I’ve found one here!

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