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What does burnout and depression feel like?  Self Care usually goes out the window first!  How can one overcome stress and give it a purpose?  Today we are talking to a holistic burnout specialist, mental health dietician, and host of the Wake Up Your Warrior Podcast, Christine Coen.  Today she talks about her nutritional journey, salsa, and learning the language for what she was going through with mental health.  My dad says we have to stay in motion to beat depression!  Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space for Controversy. Thank you Craig Stanland for the intro!   Connect with Christine Burnout Reset Roadmap Course - $200 Off when you Enter Special Podcast Promo Code at checkout- BETTERCALLDADDY   Free Burnout Recovery Guide   Long Covid Functional Medicine Info   Instagram: Facebook: Website:     Connect with Reena   Me and my daddy would love to hear from you, subscribe drop us a five star review   If you know anything about Overtired, you know it’s a podcast that covers an eclectic range of topics in the most real, raw way possible. Christina Warren, Brett Terpstra, and Jeff Severns Guntzel chat weekly about tech, TV and movies, ADHD and mental health, and — now and then — Taylor Swift. As a mompreneur of 4 kids I'm constantly overtired and happy I found the new show!     Check out to keep track of ideas.  Find me there.  
Today’s episode is a special rebroadcast! Oh, just two daddy's girls talking all things father/daughter dynamics. Alicia and I became quick friends when we both mentioned in an intro conversation that our dads are our best buddies! We go in deep into our growth stories, and the lessons our dads have imparted over the years.  When I call my dad he's ready to provide support and confidence, when Alicia calls hers she’s ready to laugh and get over her bullshit real quick. Connect with Alicia   Connect with Reena Me and my daddy would love to hear from you subscribe and let us know what topics you want to hear
Scott Carson’s dad was his best friend, a servant community leader, and where he got his work ethic from!  His dad taught him to be compassionate with people and to always keep getting up! Scott Carson takes a marketing first approach to real estate, podcasting, and business!  He’s the host of The Note Closers Show podcast!  He has over 700 episodes and has been doing live virtual events for years!  He’s a master at repurposing content and understands kickbacks from affiliates!  He says, “Deliver equals rich and perfection equals broke!” Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy! Shout out to Tracy and Tom Hazzard for the introduction.   Connect with Scott Carson   Book mentioned in episode Shit My Dad Says by Justin Halpern (2011-04-01) Book a call with Scott:   Connect with Reena   Me and my daddy would love to hear from you subscribe and let us know what topics you want to hear    
My dad and aunt walk into a bar in Chicago and meet another Watts!  Mr. Eudell Watts and My dad had never been to the bar before and bonded over brewskis, recipes, and legacies!  What recipes are in your family?  Any historical value?  Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy. The Best BBQ Sauce in the world and it’s been passed down 6 generations of Old Arthur’s BBQ!  How do you get your kids interested in what you are trying to do? Find Old Arthur’s Barbecue on Instagram Old Arthur’s website: Connect with Reena   Me and my daddy would love to hear from you subscribe and let us know what topics you want to hear      
Father’s Day can be challenging especially if you have childhood trauma!  Daniel Knight was his dad’s favorite, one of seven children, he started working in his dad’s bakery at a young age. His dad was his hero and someone he looked up to.  Turns out the bakery could have been a front for what his dad was really doing! FBI showed up!  Arrested his dad for money laundering and Daniel’s life changed forever!  He lost everything!  What lessons did he learn?  Let’s just say the story is similar to the show Ozark! Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy. Connect with Daniel Connect with Reena   Me and my daddy would love to hear from you subscribe and let us know what topics you want to hear  
Do you talk to your partner about your relationship?  Are we asking too much of our marriages?  Are men afraid women will leave?  Psychologist, author, and speaker Dr. Avrum Weiss says men are afraid of women and dependent on them.  All men have abandonment issues.  We are built to connect.  We are designed to have relationships and when we don't problems occur.  He's the author of four books, the most recent of which is "Hidden in Plain Sight: How Men's Fears of Women Shape Their Intimate Relationships." He has given over 100 professional presentations and is recognized nationally for his work on the psychology of men, the process of change in individuals and organizations, and experiential psychotherapy.  Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy. Pussy whipped. Why is it that the worst thing a man can say about another man is that he is controlled by a woman, or more precisely, by his need for a woman? Men’s fears of women are hidden in plain sight, but they are nearly universal and play a central role in the inner lives of men and their intimate relationships. These fears include the fear of being dominated and controlled by women, the fear of being entrapped by women, the fear of being inadequate, and the fear of being abandoned. Understanding these fears can help couples break through the places they have been stuck in for years. Avrum's book Connect with Avrum Online articles   Connect with Reena   Me and my daddy would love to hear from you subscribe and let us know what topics you want to hear
What is being an impressionist? Since Roger Kabler was 17 years old he has been observing Robin Williams now he made a movie about how he effected him and he felt possessed by him. In early 1990s ads, Kabler was known as the fedora-wearing "Zima guy". Aside from the fedora, his gimmick involved replacing "S" sounds with "Z" sounds, reinforcing the slogan "Zomething different." On television, Kabler appeared as a member of the repertory company on CBS' The Carol Burnett Show in 1991. The next season, he landed the lead role of Bobby Soul in the short-lived NBC sitcom Rhythm & Blues.[1][2] As a celebrity impersonator, Kabler is known for his impression of Robin Williams and Jon Lovitz. Check out the trailer   Connect with Reena
A yogi, a developer, and an introvert until midday.  If you want to help yourself you have to help others, it’s a compounding effect! Ruben Dua is a servant leader and the founder of Dubb technology.  What are Ruben's earliest memories?  What did he learn from his dad?  Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy. Music, meditation, and martial arts can be reverse engineered  Look at what’s around you!  Look for the closest tool and apply it to your target!  How much world knowledge do you have?  How many conversations have you had with strangers? Dubb's founder says we need to learn frameworks and find our purpose! Ruben Dua is the CEO and Founder of Dubb, an author, speaker, tennis player, and occasional musician. Connect on social channels @rubendua and learn more on Dubb at @dubbapp and   Ruben's Youtube channel legacy for his kids   Connect with Reena   Me and my daddy would love to hear from you subscribe and let us know what topics you want to hear
Braiding has been a part of culture for a long time and has a generational impact!  Grandmas, moms, and daughters bond over braiding, and it continues to evolve!  What does it take to start a National braiding business?  Today I’m talking to the founders of Braidbabes Emmily Bowman and Tori Everett from Buffalo about who they were as little girls, what their parents think, and what caused them to create a business!  How do you establish processes?  How does DEI come into play? How do you scale and launch in a multiple cities!  What happens when clients ask for services you don’t provide?  Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy! CEO Emmily Bowman started her career in tech and has soared to launching a  nationwide business, just braiding!  CXO Tori Everett started her career in cosmetology and enjoys using her creative problem solving to help braidbabes grow and flourish. They’ve even gotten to collaborate with Kristin Cavallari of Uncommon James and Ali Webb of Drybar!   Braidbabes website   Link to crowdfunding campaign     Connect with Reena   Me and my daddy would love to hear from you subscribe and let us know what topics you want to hear
Are people treated differently based on whether they have legal representation or not?  Have you ever experienced workplace discrimination?  Would you speak up?  Have you ever been terminated and felt maybe you could have won a legal battle? Today's guest Timi Ogundipe owns up to his mistakes and loves it when people underestimate him!  He’s a three-time suicide survivor, overcome jail, and just launched a new business! Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy.   Timi’s bio My name is Timi Ogundipe. I am the founder and CEO of Safe Resell. I was born in Nigeria and moved to the states (Minnesota) when I was 3 years old. I haven’t been back since then but have the desire to go back, however, it is costly and time is limited for me.   I am married with 2 kids and live in Minneapolis MN. I have a 9-year-old son, who turns 10 in September from a previous relationship, and my wife and I have a 2-year-old daughter that thinks she is 14.   I grew up in a northern suburb of Minneapolis called New Brighton, and lived there from 1st grade all the way until I graduated HS.   I have an older brother who is the Co-Founder of Civic Eagle and recently raised a Series A round of $3,000,000. I also have a younger sister. My parents own a very successful home healthcare business in Minnesota as well, (my sister works for them).   Growing up, I sucked at school (barely graduated honestly), was a rebel, fought damn near every day, drank on most non-game days, and dabbled into some drugs (marijuana and ecstasy). In HS, I was in track and football for 4 years, basketball for 3, and wrestling for 1. My personality was (and still is) unique. I didn’t take any shit from anyone, (literally, if someone stepped on my shoes accidentally and didn’t apologize, they got a fist to their jaw), but would also whoop anyone who was bullying someone. I hated bullies and was known for bullying the bullies. My brother was always the golden child, and I hated being compared to him, seriously, hated it. I don’t think using cuss words is a bad thing. Why the fuck does a word, that have real meaning (or slang) be considered bad? I say, fuck that shit, cuss all you want, just as long as it isn’t at me, and you understand potential consequences.   The summer before I started HS, I attended a party, and that night, was the first time I drank alcohol, smoked weed, and had sex… I was 13 (my birthday is in August). I also have over 80 partners in my life. I stopped counting when I hit 81. My ex-wife was #69. I know because I started a competition with a friend in college…. We both loved fighting, had a unique upbringing and both our names starts with T and we were known as TNT because, we decided that if one of us wasn’t bringing a girl back with us, we were fighting. It got to the point where people would leave if we were at a party. People even called us for fi9ghting assistance or when they got jumped. One time, my friend got kicked out of a house party for flirting with the renter’s girlfriend, and him and I waited outside in the car until party was over, walked in, and beat up the 5-6 people that were there. Just us 2.     Too much detail to get into about my life, but my life also includes, 1. Bringing a gun to school every day and no one knew except one person. 2. Plenty of fights during and after school 3. Plenty of times I cussed out teachers 4. Drinking during school 5. Being shot at/ having guns pointed at me a few times 6. Having mental health issues, unbeknownst to me at that time 7. Going to college for football and getting kicked out 8. Giving up football and college to pursue MMA because, I loved fighting, and can now do it every day in practice and scheduled fights, without getting in legal trouble. 9. Losing vision in my right eye from injury. 10. Moving to California, 8 days after thinking about the option with no place to live, no money, no friends, nothing. I slept on the beach/in my car, for the first 2 weeks I was there. 11. Moving to Houston with my ex-wife (the marriage lasted 9 months before splitting and 11 months before our divorce was finalized. 12. Getting robbed while trying to sell a phone, thus the idea of Safe Resell came about. 13. Bootstrapping SR while working full-time. 14. Completely tearing my ACL and cartilage in my knee, so now I’ll need a knee replacement 15. 3 suicide attempts (pills, gun to head, and car).  The pills were just aspirin and gave me a badass stomachache and puke everywhere after I passed out for about 30 mins or so. The gun to my head, the safety was on and I didn’t the courage to try again. And the last attempt, I was in the car with the garage door closed and the car running, then I heard myself tell me to “get out, your son needs you”.  The last attempt was in 2014 I believe, or 2015. Haven’t had those thoughts since, but I still have a daily battle with my mental health complexities. 16. Because of the judgment of “Christians” and churchgoers, I do not like going to church or being labeled a Christian. Most Christians are against people being themselves, and I hated having to wear “church clothes” and pay money (offering/tithes). Also, when I got in trouble, I got kicked out my church that I was going to, by the pastor and first lady. I call myself a believer of Christ but will never call myself a Christian until out love-children (children born out of wedlock) and the LGBTQIA+ community are widely accepted. Also, the whole no sex before marriage narrative is bullshit. I won’t allow my kids to get married without having sex (unless that’s what they really want to do). Because bad sex, forever, will suck.   Since finding out about my mental health complexities, which explained the behavior growing up, and of course, being more mature, everyone that knew me in HS and college, has noticed and informed me on how different I am, which I agree on, unless someone threatens or harms my friend and/or family. Now all I want to do is get rich, give my family everything, travel, and help people out.       About Safe Resell   Safe Resell is a user-to-user marketplace with a focus on safety and integrity. We are the safest user-to-user platform where neighbors can buy and sell new and/or used products. We use a prepayment system where a buyer will pay for an item prior to meeting up with the seller. When buyer prepays, there will be aauthorization hold on their account, similar to how hotels do it upon check in. Upon meeting up, if all looks good, the buyer can complete the purchase, and at that time, we will pull the money from the buyer’s account. If the buyer and/or seller, changes their mind, the buyer can notify us to cancel the sale, and the hold will be removed from account within 2 business days.   I launched Safe Resell in July of 2019, with the hopes of having the safest platform, so the experience that I went through, of being robbed, won’t happen to other people (or occur very minimally). And of course, I want to be a millionaire because I didn’t have much growing up, looking back at it, but at the time, it didn’t seem that way. I was on free breakfast and lunch until like 10th grade or so, then was on free breakfast/ reduced lunch.   The platform is currently down as we are doing a whole revamping of the website and we are relaunching end of summer (info not publicly known yet). If possible, I would like the episode to drop shortly after our relaunch. The platform will be available nationwide. Connect with Timi about discrimination Workplace Discrimination: Time to Fight back   Connect with Reena Me and my daddy would love to hear from you, subscribe, drop us a five-star review
Communication is the relationship!  What type of communication are you using?  Should I pick up the phone?  Write a letter?  Send a tweet?  How do you communicate with people you don’t see eye to eye with?  Today we are defining class jumping and the role our surroundings play!  Where do we fit in society?  How can we live carpe diem?  How can we get used to calling daddy more?  Would you make a good parent?  Today’s guest Thomas Bellingham, Jr. said his son is teaching him how to live!  Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy! Originally from Erie PA, relocated to Louisville in the spring of 2000 after serving in the United States Marine Corps.  Thomas Bellingham holds a Bachelor's of Science in Workforce Leadership from the University of Louisville. Thomas went on to coaching football and mentoring youth at the University of Louisville, Christian Academy of Louisville, and Saint Xavier High School for many years, and still, take great pride in visiting these institutions and programs.  He’s infectiously competitive and has a strong passion for community achievement. Thomas is the proudest Dad to his amazing boys, Saylor and Reid, and most days you can find them palling around town at U of L sporting events, the soccer field, or in the pool during the summer.   Thomas brings an enormous volume of energy and esprit de corps to RE/MAX Premier Properties and is always eager to serve clients, community, and colleagues alike. Connect with Thomas Connect with Reena Me and my daddy would love to hear from you, subscribe, drop us a five star review
Your triggers are a gift!  What messages do you chose respond to?  Do you pay attention to the messages in your inbox and how does that influence your content?  What are you drawn to do? What are your values and how do you get clear on who you are, your purpose, your mission, your vision, your mental health, and ego.  What is the biggest pain or void in your upbringing?  Self confidence comes from expressing who you truly are, even with Asperger’s. Until you can say you are grateful for something you haven’t let go of it!  Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy.   Lewis Huckstep is an entrepreneur, podcaster, and mindset coach.  He started in the fitness industry at 18.  When he started he worked for free for 2.5 years to learn and develop his skill set.  He purchased his first franchise at 20.  Within 6 months he opened his second franchise, and acquired a third by 22, doing 7 figures a year in revenue. He has since moved into the mental health space and coaching people to free themselves from limitations! Connect with Lewis Book mentioned The Breakthrough Experience: A Revolutionary New Approach to Personal Transformation Video mentioned Lewis on values   Connect with Reena Me and my daddy would love to hear from you, subscribe, drop us a five star review    
Have you ever tried to be someone you’re not?  Forcing doesn’t work! Today’s guest, Rosie Yeung says why can’t we all be kazillionaires?  What if your podcast summary didn’t matter or the tools you used to make a podcast didn’t matter.  However you can make a podcast to get your message out there is what matters! Try the dream!  The more honestly you share the more you will attract your audience!  Shout out Chris Ward Jr. another heart centered storyteller for bringing Rosie Yeung and I together!  Are we human beings or Human Resources? DEI is about human life and how we are treating each other!  What is a community other than a buzz word?  There’s our daily life and work is just one aspect of it!  We need to look at our overall well-being and the way we are working!  Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy! Books Rosie mentioned in episode We Should All Be Millionaires: A Woman’s Guide to Earning More, Building Wealth, and Gaining Economic Power Accounting For Slavery Accounting for Slavery: Masters and Management Rosie Yeung, CPA, CA, CHRL, is President and Founder of Changing Lenses, a Mindset Liberation Coach and JEDI Warrior (JEDI = Justice, Equity, Decolonization and Inclusion). She fights for JEDI in two key ways: First, she helps Asian diaspora women find freedom by transforming instead of conforming. She’s experienced this first hand, because she’s one of them! She’s a Hong Kong-born, Canadian- raised, cis-gendered single woman who’s spent her whole life trying to meet other people’s standards instead of figuring out what she wants. She was liberated by mindset change and positive psychology, and now she offers culturally relevant coaching to help racialized women find theirs. Second, she helps organizational leaders who genuinely want their workplace to be more equitable and inclusive to understand how capitalism and Western business intersect with colonization, racism, and social injustice. We cannot train our way to equity and inclusion; it requires dismantling systems and designing new processes. It also requires costly personal change that will feel sacrificial because equity and inclusion are not part of business today. As a Certified HR Leader, Chartered Professional Accountant, and Positive Intelligence Coach with over 20 years of corporate executive experience, she leverages all her skills and experiences – her whole self – to help you Change Your Lens, Free Your Mind, and Transform Your Life.   Connect with Reena   Me and my daddy would love to hear from you      
Who are the people who have made the biggest impact in your life? Have you thought about the humble heroes who have shaped you?  Evan Rabin, former guest of the Better Call Daddy introduced me to his rabbi, Rabbi Welton!  Small world, big Gd! Son of a rabbi, who was once in a movie, today we are talking about the silent heroes who have led the way and the Noahide code!  Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy. Rabbi Welton likes dressing up, whether it’s the long black coat of a Chassidic rabbi, the white coat of a medical clinician, or the official uniform of the United States Air Force. He is a California-raised cleric who has served communities in Australia, Canada, South Africa, and the United States. He was a popular rabbi in the Hamptons and the spiritual leader of Lincoln Park Jewish Center. Rabbi Welton enjoys spending time with his family singing spiritual songs and encouraging the world to increase acts of goodness and kindness in order to bring Moshiach (a future of Universal Unity & Enlightenment). He loves to hear from his readers so feel free to say hello via check out Levi’s dad Connect with Reena   Me and my daddy would love to hear from you   Thank you to our new sponsor! Joe Berman! Find him or    
What’s a Rebitzen?  How do you make religion more meaningful?  What does Gd want from us?  Judaism encourages asking questions.  Today we are talking about female educators and having a voice in Judaism outreach.  Gila Ross is a top Jewish podcaster, host of Powerup podcast, a mom of 8, and an educator who loves opening peoples’ minds.  Education shouldn’t stop at the bar or bar mitzvah!  Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy. Connect with Gila Connect with Reena   Me and my daddy would love to hear from you
Have you ever thought of writing a book and then hesitated or thought you maybe you needed to take a course first?  Guess what?  You can learn along the way, just commit!  You don’t even have to have an outline take it from a USA Today Best Selling Author, G. Michael Hopf!  You may even become someone’s role model.  Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy! If you enjoy reading about post-apocalyptic landscapes, Wild West gunfights and the creepy world of the paranormal, then you're in the right place because G. Michael Hopf has written about them all. Just a guy stringing words together.  Father, husband, veteran, USA Today Best Selling Author, and adventurer.  ​ "Life is an adventure when we mindfully live every moment." - G. Michael Hopf   Connect with G. Michael Hopf   Connect with Reena   Me and my daddy would love to hear from you    
How can you stay healthy on tour?  This interview happened while Joshua Holland was on tour with Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters.  What is it like to manage the total health of a celebrity, and have high profile mentors?  He’s not defined by who his clients are, however they have influenced his awareness shift!  What do you want to be able to do at ninety?  What do you want the last years of your life to look like?  Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy.   Shout out to Dr. Shekhar S. Pai for the introduction. Joshua J Holland is a wealth of experiential knowledge and wisdom. As a dedicated bio hacker, state of the art fitness trainer, holistic health coach and sports professional, he champions the philosophy of “awareness through experience,” and has subsequently spent years consulting with elite professionals with the goal of building a vast well in which to draw from when evoking alignment of body, mind and spirit for his clients. His ideological approach to life and his life’s work are based on principles that highlight awareness, efficiency, effectiveness and quantifiability. His passion stems from rekindling a state of bodily wholeness via connection through his extensive web of like minded individuals. His vast experiential knowledge base has created a very sought after following in the world of health, wellness, fitness and lifestyle. He works with some of the world’s most renown musical and theatrical artists to fine tune their physical and spiritual bodies. He endeavours to give his utmost through his vast exploration into a plethora of healing modalities for the purpose of restoring people to prime physical and spiritual wellness. As co-founder of several fitness and health entities, as well as a Global Ambassador for a number of companies including Technogym, Josh currently leads an elite team of trainers and health coaches at his gym, SystimFit in Flatiron, New York City. He happily serves the greater New York area, including Westchester, Greenwich and the Hamptons, and is available by request for inter-state and international consultations and appointments. Due to governmental health and safety guidelines, Josh is providing virtual consultations and training sessions until it is safe to resume meeting in person.   Connect with Joshua Josh’s Youtube Connect with Reena   Me and my daddy would love to hear from you subscribe drop up a five star review  
A lot of women want to believe the best in people and then they get tricked!  Cue the dramatic music!  Music connects us all, even the stomp and holler kind!  Sarah K Ramsey played the piano from 6-18 because she couldn’t back out on her piano teacher!  She felt like she was making decisions for years by handing out permission slips to others.  Are you giving advice you’re not taking? “You are the one constant in your life!” Sarah was quoted on the Today Show saying it!  She’s also recently starred on the Your Best Self with Dr. D show.  Check out Sarah’s Instagram.   Have you had a toxic relationship?  What problem are you trying to solve?   Today we talk about what we aren’t going to put up with, taking turns, and how to make better decisions!  Daddy lessons included!  Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy. Sarah K Ramsey is a podcast host and best selling author of Toxic Person Proof.  She talks about how to stop toxic behaviors within yourself!   Connect with Sarah: Buy Sarah’s new book     Connect with Reena:   Me and my daddy would love to hear from you, subscribe, and drop a review      
Lily Brasch came on the Better Call Daddy show about a year ago.  Since then she has broken world records, spoken on stages and starred in a documentary headed to Sundance! Shout out to Tom Jones who mentored Lily and also guested on the show!   When Lily Brasch was born her parents were told she wouldn’t live past two years old.  She has a rare form of muscular dystrophy.  She believes she was born to prove!   She believes we all have barriers that can be overcome.  She knows her purpose and inspires me daily.  Why is her condition so unknown, it’s just the way she was born? Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy!   Connect with Lily Connect with Reena   Me and my daddy would love to hear from you  
All publicity is good publicity, it’s how you respond to it! How did Andrea Cargill get into the celebrity chef scene and start managing Chef Katsuji Tanabe a former guest on the Better Call Daddy Show?  Andrea says it’s important to do the work we care about, and that might have something to do with her military roots!  How can we do to get more involved in our communities?  What has Andrea learned from working in the media?  How can you navigate with tragedy happening in the background? We don’t go through things, we grow through things, even being a co-victim in a homocide!  Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy. Shout out to Arsiak (episode 200) and Chef Katsuji (episode 211) Andrea Cargill was born and raised in Puyallup, Washington, a suburb south of Seattle. Where she developed her love of professional sports, coffee and the finest fashion’s that Nordstrom had to offer. She spent her childhood before and after school with grandparents, Thomas and Evelyn. Both born in 1922 during the Great Depression. Who helped shape her determination to help others and approach life with a mentality of seeking to understand. Andrea is an independent Talent Agent and Manager. That started in the most non conventional way. A prior career in Corporate America and once described as the “Connector”, helped catapult her into this exciting world. Fulfilling to say the least, though STEAM and assisting inner city children are her passion. She is on the Board of Directors for a STEAM Center in Marshall Fields, Chicago, Illinois. Started a STEAM initiative with Major League Soccer teams in various cities to raise money for children. Andrea loves volunteering her time feeding people with World Central Kitchen, spends Christmas morning with Cozy Connections in Seattle and is on the committee of Vote Early Day. Andrea has a deep love for traveling, music, reading, working out and a curiosity for life. She’s described as an open book, with transparency extremely important in both her professional and personal lives. The best advice she once received was from her Papa Thomas: “Always do what you feel is best, even if it goes against everyone around you. We never grow in comfort zones.” “The Highest Human Act is to Inspire.” - The Late, Great Nipsey Hussle Cozy Connections Youth For A Better Future Connect with Reena   Me and my daddy would love to hear from you, subscribe and drop us a five star review  
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Genesis Amaris Kemp

Great segment with much confidence and wisdom from a young lady. Her makeup tips were on point especially coming from a woman that does not know how to put on makeup and pay others when I need it done for special occasions. The most I do myself is eyeliner, mascara, and maybe some foundation...then of course I keep my eyebrows groomed via threading. Love to hear the resilience that she stopped doing cartwheels but then she found her drive back again over time and she is working on pursuing her dreams and exploring all avenues of creativity when it comes to her future aspirations. Great segment Reena you all kept the conversation rolling and interesting from mother/daughter scoop

Jan 7th

Robert Miller

Reena is absolutely awesome! Don’t ever miss this podcast!

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Lane Ewert

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Will Watts

Reena asks what no one else asks. She is a phenomenal interviewer.

Aug 27th
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