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Top-rated weekly personal development podcast where women of color come to commune. It is a thoughtfully curated safe space for sharing our stories and serving as a resource of support to impact other women's outcomes. Hosted by media veteran and entrepreneur Loni Swain.

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Astin Hayes shares how she came up with the idea for her TipOff gaming app, going from idea to launch, and some of her challenges/ along the way.Astin Hayes is a Chicago-based entrepreneur whose energy and passion are both inspiring and contagious. As of late, she has added app developer to her list of accomplishments. She is founder and CEO of TipOff gaming app, which is a game of blacklisted words that is similar to Taboo, but for you. The inspiration for the app is to bring people together using culture and technology in an organic way. She holds dual degrees in Media Management and Africana Studies from The University of Miami (2006) and a Masters in PR & Advertising from DePaul University (2009). Recently, she has won the 2019 Chicago Culture Awards for her work in the tech industry in Chicago. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, planning events, working out and baking.
Gabrielle Pickens, a military veteran and entrepreneur from Chicago, started her career in the Navy in 2013 and quickly climbed the ranks to Petty Officer Second Class in a matter of six years. Awarded three Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals and a host of other awards, she values high performance and hard work. Her newest venture, Barracks To Baller, is a down-to-earth online transition course stemming from her own journey of transition from Active Duty. She hopes to continue to inspire and help other Active Duty members conquer the mental blocks that are holding them back from living a life they truly desire.
Netta Dobbins is a marketer, entrepreneur and professional hypewoman that's worked with brands like State Farm, NBA, Nike and more. She's the founder of Mimconnect, a career resource and networking platform diversifying the workforce, and Secret Black Girl Meeting, an event series curating a safe space for Black women to discuss issues plaguing our community. Netta's mission is to always create opportunities for POC and lift as she climbs.Connect with Netta: @NettaDobbins www.nettadobbins.comConnect with MIMConnect: @MIMConnect www.mimconnect.comConnect with Secret Black Girl Meeting: @sbgmpresentsDon’t forget to subscribe, rate, review and share with at least 3 people who would enjoy or benefit from this conversation! Follow and tag us on social media: @loniswain @loniswainshow #loniswainshow #loniswainshowpodcast #TLSS #TLSSpodcast
First solo episode in a while. Addressing a listener question from a previous episode: "When does normal anxiety become an anxiety disorder?" and then my two cents on minding our mental health and keeping the "should" to ourself. I don't know about you, but I've had people tell me what I should and should not be stressed or anxious about. I've had people tell me that because things could be worse, my current circumstances didn't warrant discontent or my level of frustration. This episode is to remind you and them that we all have unique triggers and stressors and everyone needs to mind their own mental health and keep their "should" to themself. In honor of the last week of mental health, lets take the time to be more thoughtful and compassionate about how we respond to people in their time of need, even when we can't relate or understand.Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, review and share with at least 3 people who would enjoy or benefit from this conversation! Follow and tag us on social media: @loniswain @loniswainshow #loniswainshow #loniswainshowpodcast #TLSS #TLSSpodcast Visit my website: www.loniswain.com
How to Secure Your Seat at the Table w/ Minda Harts by Loni Swain
Rakima Dolliole Parson is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Play Therapist, and Louisiana Native, whose own experience overcoming childhood traumatic stress, led her to pursue a career as a therapist. Rakima not only believes that there is valuable work to be done through providing individual therapy services, but she also embraces the responsibility of advocating and providing outreach. She has presented at both national and regional conferences and is active in working to help enhance the policies related to mental health. Rakima has also volunteered as a mentor, through an organization that supports children of incarcerated parents. She is driven by her desire to minimize barriers to accessing mental health information and services. Rakima works with individuals of all ages, with the goal of enhancing both mental well-being and interpersonal functioning.Click HERE to listen to the podcast episode.To connect with Rakima, visit her Instagram Page @centeredTXDon’t forget to subscribe, rate, review and share with at least 3 people who would enjoy or benefit from this conversation! Follow and tag us on social media: @loniswain @loniswainshow #loniswainshow #loniswainshowpodcast #TLSS #TLSSpodcast #MHA
This Founder Shares What She Learned From Failure, $3 Million in Funding, and Fear w/ Alex Batdorf by Loni Swain
Embracing Your Insecurities To Make The Ultimate Impact w/ Jennifer Vassel by Loni Swain
Rakima Dolliole Parson is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Play Therapist, and Louisiana Native, whose own experience overcoming childhood traumatic stress, led her to pursue a career as a therapist. Rakima not only believes that there is valuable work to be done through providing individual therapy services, but she also embraces the responsibility of advocating and providing outreach. She has presented at both national and regional conferences and is active in working to help enhance the policies related to mental health. Rakima has also volunteered as a mentor, through an organization that supports children of incarcerated parents. She is driven by her desire to minimize barriers to accessing mental health information and services. Rakima works with individuals of all ages, with the goal of enhancing both mental well-being and interpersonal functioning.To connect with Rakima, visit her Instagram Page @centeredTXDon’t forget to subscribe, rate, review and share with at least 3 people who would enjoy or benefit from this conversation! Follow and tag us on social media: @loniswain @loniswainshow #loniswainshow #loniswainshowpodcast #TLSS #TLSSpodcast
Women's History Month is a good excuse to show extra love to the women in our lives.Women's empowerment is not just a trend or a hashtag, its a lifestyle that we can all embrace. In this episode, I'm sharing some ways to support and show up for the women in our lives and how to make it part of your daily routine.I also shared a way we can all support a woman, by supporting our woman-owned sponsor, Andrelle's Natural Skin Care! As a listener of the show, you can enjoy 20% off your first order when you use promo code: LONI at check out. My faves are: Camellia + Carrot Seed Facial Oil, Lavender + Carrot Seed Sun Protectant, and the 3-in-One- Dead Sea Mud Mask. Plus, you don't need to use a lot to be effective, so the products last a LONG time! Try them out and let me know about your experience!Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, review and share with at least 3 people who would enjoy or benefit from this conversation! Follow and tag us on social media: @loniswain @loniswainshow #loniswainshow #loniswainshowpodcast #TLSS #TLSSpodcast
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