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Martin Luther King Jr. said it best, "Everyone can be great because everyone can serve." Jackie Capers-Brown is the Ringleader of #TheGoBeGreatMovement. She's an award-winning corporate business leader, author, corporate trainer, mindset, performance, and leadership coach. Imagine leading your life on fire where you have the clarity, courage, and confidence to identify and leverage your unique code of greatness in ways that level up your life. How much better would you feel about yourself and your life? How much faster would you achieve your goals with this level of alignment? What great impact would you have within your ever-expanding circle of influence? Here on the Go Be Great Podcast you will learn tangible takeaways and actionable strategies that inspire, motivate and empower you to be the hero of your story and make your mark on the world. Every Friday, Jackie serves you with amazing conversations with down to earth people who are barrier-breakers, trailblazers, and change-makers around the globe. Each episode is geared toward you and dedicated to helping you tap into your inner wisdom and the seeds of greatness within your potential to experience new levels of joy and success in all aspects of your life. Consider this the ultimate guide for everyday people who seek to own their power to transform themself and life in ways that reflect their vision of what personal greatness feels and looks like to them.
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As part of our third segment of the Author Showcase, we have in the guest chair today, David C. Squires, author of How I Became Beanie Dave.  He asserts, "Just be yourself because no one can be a better you than you!"David Christian Squires was born May 23, 2004. He always knew he was special. One day his grandmother told him the story of his birth. His umbilical cord was wrapped around his neck; but God made sure he was born without incident.David was always extremely insightful into the needs of his brother and everyone around him. It's as if God gifted him to care for everyone.Always asking questions. Always full of life and love David really fell in love with sports. Today David is a great student, notable football player, regional champion wrestler, track and field athlete, and an asset to anyone who has the pleasure of meeting him.Beanie Dave is a fictional character David and his mom developed to share some of his real-life experiences with other kids who struggle with being unique too.Empowering Insights You'll Gain from This EpisodeWhat he learned about himself with all the school changes he has had to endure due to the COVID pandemicWhy it's important to him to stand out and accept that he is differentHow he and his mom developed the fictional character Beanie Dave for his first two booksBeing different doesn't mean that something is wrong with youWhy he wore the same pair of black jeans every day during his 5th-grade yearWhy Spider-Man is his favorite superhero and how he emulates him in everyday lifeHis marketing strategy for his booksAdvice he would give to teens and adults aspiring to write their first bookAnd so much moreContact David C. SquiresFacebookBook: How I Became Beanie DaveSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadioMusic Credit:Success  - Adobe MusicSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadioContact Jackie Capers-Brown at www.jackiecapersbrown.comSupport the show (
In the second part of the Author Showcase podcast series, we have a returning guest to the show, Dr. Julianna Hynes. She says, " A lot of what we want isn't a destination, it's a process."Dr. Julianna Hynes is the CEO of Julianna Hyness & Associates. She's the author of Living on Purpose: The Black Woman’s Guide to Shattering The Glass Ceiling.  She's a coach, speaker, career, and leadership coach.In our conversation, we dive into her writing process to complete writing projects while discussing key insights from her book and how we can navigate career success with greater clarity and focus.Empowering Tangible Takeaways You Will Receive from this EpisodeHow her book was birthed out of her own experience of navigating her careerThe challenges she faced at the start of her career as a black womanWhy her book is so on time for this moment in our collective historyInsights she gained from her research for the bookA key lesson about embracing the process of writing to get into a flowKey insights from her book and why they are relative today, especially for black womenWhy relationships are the secret sauce to advancement in the workplace and in business Two key actions that are necessary to navigating career successThe advice she shares with black women to move forward and shatter glass ceilingsAnd so much more...Contact Dr. Julianna Hynes Cell: 925.207.1578 Website BookFREE Career Strategy CallSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadioMusic Credit:Success  - Adobe MusicSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadioContact Jackie Capers-Brown at www.jackiecapersbrown.comSupport the show (
Our guest today is Author Desiree Tomlinson. She believes it's important that we debunk the myths about seeking counseling so that we access the support needed when we're faced with life difficulties that negatively impact our mental health.Author Desiree Tomlinson is the creator of the children's book series Grace & Mia. Her family and friends call her "Sunshine" and "Des". She is an ambitious and very determined single mom, retired Army veteran, entrepreneur, self-published author, and illustrator of her children's book series which is based on a true story.She uses her creativity and passion, to write children's books about divorce, to help young children and their parents navigating through a divorce. She is committed to her great work because, as she puts it, "Her divorce didn't have, nor will it ever have, a happy ending...but I'd like to think it could help other families cope in a positive manner." She loves teaching as an adjunct professor, cooking, relaxing, and decorating my home (indoor and outdoor).Empowering Insights You'll Gain from this EpisodeHow her 3-year-old daughter's word of confidence served as a confirmation for her to make the move to return back to her home state of S.C. and begin divorce proceedings from her ex-husbandThe benefits she's gained from professional counseling and why she and her children are actively participating in family counselingWhy she credits having a strong support system as a saving grace The thinking process that she engaged to determine the best audience for her book series Grace & MiaLessons learned growing up a farmHow growing up on a farm made it easy for her to be a great soldier in the ArmyHow the disciplined developed over the two decades in the Army helps her to manage  disruptions in her lifeWhy she thinks parents need to recognize that children need to develop coping skills to be resilient when they experience the divorce of their parentsThe messages parents send to their children when they don't remain in relationships create a toxic home environment for their childrenAnd so much more...Contact Author Desiree TomlinsonWebsiteFacebookInstagramArmy ArticleSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadioMusic Credit:Success  - Adobe MusicSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadioContact Jackie Capers-Brown at www.jackiecapersbrown.comSupport the show (
Our guest today Kimberly Fallis believes, "Say what you want to BE until you SEE what you SAY. "Kimberly Fallis is an Empowerment Coach. She is known as The Navigator and CEO of Level UP Academy LLC.  She's passionate about empowering professionals to get unstuck so they Level UP and become relentless self-leaders of their lives and live the life they are so deserving of.  She believes everyone is capable of achieving their goals and walking in their purpose.     Empowering Insights You'll Gain from this EpisodeDeveloping a morning routine helps us to be intentional towards our day and how we live our lifeThe importance of developing a regular reading habit to cultivate a growth mindsetSome of the barriers Kimberly had to overcome to start her business while working her full-time jobHow you can frame a strategic risk to pursue your dreams and goalsSteps you can take to begin your transition from your full time job to becoming a business ownerHow 2020 lit a fire under her feet to start her business and why we should use the lessons learned in 2020 to step into the role of CEO of our livesHow framing NO's as Next Opportunity helps us to stay in the arena and play full out to winAnd so much more ...Contact Kimberly FallisWebsiteFacebookSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadioContact Jackie Capers-Brown at Support the show (
Makia Smith Thomas says, "When you know better and believe you deserve better, you'll do better." ( A remix of Maya Angelou's famous quote)Makia Smith Thomas is the owner of The Haute Goddess which was born from lessons learned as a mother and divorceé. Throughout the laughter, joy, and pain, Makia has identified universal truths that bring us all together. We ALL have struggles, and growth lies in the willingness to do the difficult, painful, challenging, and necessary work of self-reflection to heal. The Haute Goddess provides tips, transformation tools, community, and courses to support your path to healing and growth.Empowering Insights You'll Gain from this EpisodeSelf-reflection is essential to our healing and growthThe one thing you always have control over and how to use it for your greater goodThe role our self-talk plays on our ability to heal and grow into the best version of ourselvesThe importance of demonstrating compassion toward ourselvesWhy forgiving ourselves is essential to our healing and living a great lifeWe should not feel bad about doing things that feel good to our spiritHow her superpower of sensitivity helps her to overcome challenges and succeed in lifeHow to manage social media to avoid being triggered by what we view Tips on how to move past a holding pattern that's preventing us from moving forwardAnd so much more ...Contact Makia Smith ThomasWebsiteInstagramSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadioContact Jackie Capers-Brown at www.jackiecapersbrown.comSupport the show (
Have you been feeling out of sorts as if you are disconnected from yourself? Have you been wondering why you don't feel like yourself?Would you like to reconnect to the aliveness that you once felt towards life?Our guest today, author and coach Natalie Siston went on a journey of self-discovery that inspired her to write her first book which became a best-seller,  and today, she is an in-demand speaker and coach who is sharing her insightful and empowering message Let Her Out outlined in her new book.Natalie’s career has taken her from Silicon Valley to the Fortune 100 and into entrepreneurship, but being raised in Republic, OH (population 600) is where she learned her greatest leadership lessons. This inspired Natalie to start Small Town Leadership, where she uses these lessons to help leaders and organizations create big success in the world. Tune in to our conversation and get insights and tangible takeaways that will help you reconnect to the brave, bold, fun-loving, and adventurous version of your SELF.What You'll Learn In This EpisodeThe small-town lessons she learned that inspires her Small Town Leadership philosophy What sparked her love for long-distance runningHow to use your superpower to differentiate you from those doing similar workWhy leaders need to consider the impact of a decision on all stakeholdersWhat inspired her to write Let Her OutHer response when she didn't get to conduct a TEDx talk about the Let Her Out messageHow women can put themselves first without guiltInsights that will help you to see if you are arguing for your limitations or your expansion and greatnessA simple, powerful framework to help you embrace personal transformationNatalie's vision for the message in her bookAnd so much more...Contact Natalie Siston Let Her OutSmall Town LeadershipLinkedInFacebookInstagramMusic Credit:Success  - Adobe MusicSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadioContact Jackie Capers-Brown at www.jackiecapersbrown.comSupport the show (
"You can't control what people think about you, but you can be proactive towards asking for feedback to keep your finger on the pulse of people's perception of you in order to be authentic and strategic towards how you show up as your best self", says host, Jackie B.For the 75th episode of my podcast,  I decided to record a solo round discussing the initial experience that taught me the importance of humility as a leader, AND the habit of consistently asking for feedback from my bosses and team members and why it helps you to stand out..The actions I took inspired by this experience helped me to build influence, consistently meet and exceed expectations of my leadership positions, enabled me to create impact by developing leaders without tiles on my teams and delivering results that helped to position me for stretch opportunities and management promotions that led to becoming an executive leader with Marriott Hotels.The simple strategies shared in this episode helped me to start the process of building a toolbox of strategies that I  continue to refer to today as a  business leader.Happy Listening. Support the show (
Leah London our guest today says, "Leaders need to model what they want to see in others."  Her journey to greatness is an example of her walking her talk.Leah London through God’s grace proved statistics wrong when she was 16 years old, had her daughter, graduated from high school on time and today has her Master's degree and has built a loving and supportive family and successful career despite the naysayers. She's been in health care for over 23 years. She is a neurology nurse practitioner who sees patients with neurological diseases and uses evidence-based practices including educating patients about holistic care to care for her patients.She says, " I am as strong as a lion and at the same time humble as a lamb." Leah credits her spiritual growth and knowledge about God for helping her to know more about herself.  She grew up in the church and witnessed all the women serving others and not taking good care of themselves. She had to learn through experience and of course through maturing in God the importance of His people taking care of themselves and loving themselves as they love others. She is intentional towards leading by example and teaching the next generation the importance of self-care.  You'll Learn In This EpisodeWhere she feels everyone should travel to after COVID-19The importance of honoring your truth to realize your great potentialWhat she is optimistic aboutHow "putting your hand on the plow" enables you to develop resilienceKey leadership traits that help to build trust with othersA few ways leaders create distrust in their relationshipsWhy delivering quality customer service experiences help you to stand outWhy we need to look in the mirror to see if we have the most productive attitude towards our work and workplaceOne piece of advice she would give her 21-year old selfThe importance of women taking calculated risks in their careerA simple way to stay focused amid 24/7 distractionsAnd so much moreContact Leah LondonLinkedInContact Jackie Capers-BrownContact Jackie Capers-BrownWebsiteFacebookLinkedinAmazon BooksJackie's Courses Music Credit:Success  - Adobe MusicSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadioSupport the show (
Our guest today, Heather Leigh says, " Any change in our daily routines can possibly cause grief."In the last episode of the Living a Healthy Heart Podcast Series,  Heathe Leigh, a certified grief specialist, and educator shares her expertise about grief recovery and the importance of getting real about what we feel in order to move beyond our grief and live forward..As a grief recovery and healing specialist, Heather Leigh understands the effects a loss or tragedy can play in a person's life. Heather helps individuals and families deal with life’s icky/challenging moments.  She's a death doula, apprentice funeral director, cemeterian, officiant, and grief recovery specialist. Heather is often asked, “How did you end up in this business?” She feels and believes that her work is definitely a ministry, a calling per se, and her passion. In this episode, you'll hear her story of how she first got started on this path when she was a child.You'll Learn In This EpisodeWhy Heather believes everyone should spend more time in nature - especially around waterHow COVID has revealed to each of us the vices we have depended on in relationships to cover up emotions we haven't dealt withWhat STERBS isThe subtle ways we learn as a child how to dismiss our emotions and what we need to do to honor the truth of our feelings and emotionsWhat inspired her to embrace her great work of helping people navigate icky moments in lifeHow she learned her ABC's in a cemeteryHow her superpower of getting to the heart of a situation by "cutting through the crap" has helped her to help clients get to "why" or "so what"How people hold onto grief as a badge of honor and the effects it has on their livesCommon myths about grief and how to dismantle themWhy we shouldn't tell anyone who is grieving, "I know how you feel"The power of gratitude and how it can help people live forward after loss and griefAnd much more...Contact Heather LeighWebsite CemetaryContact Jackie Capers-BrownWebsiteFacebookLinkedinAmazon BooksJackie's Courses Music Credit:Success  - Adobe MusicSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadioSupport the show (
"Having a heart mindful lifestyle is important to living out my purpose and helping others do the same, " says today's guest Kiwan N. Fitch-Webster.Kiwan is an entrepreneur, published author/co-author of 7 books, motivational speaker, producer, playwright, mentor, wife, mother, and more. Kiwan owns and operates multiple businesses. She's a gifted and highly skilled visionary, and trailblazer with twenty-plus years of experience in non-profits organizations, social services, leadership, business markets, and entrepreneurship.In the third part of our 4-part Living a Heart-Healthy Lifestyle, I sit down with Kiwan to discuss her life after experiencing a heart attack and the changes she's made to her lifestyle, and how she inspired a greater sense of living on purpose to build her legacy.You'll Learn In This EpisodeHow Covid-19 has ignited her creativity towards her work and building successful businessesHow both of her mom's influenced the woman she is todayDetails about the day of her heart attack experienceThe choices she's making to living a heart minded lifestyleWhy it's important for women to pay attention to their bodies and make their health a priorityCommon mistakes women make when it comes to their healthThe importance of connecting your blood pressure with your heart healthHow her life's legacy inspires her to make a difference in the lives of othersthe role her family plays in supporting her heart-healthy lifestyleThe philosophy that she has adopted towards managing stressHow she makes good troubleSmall changes you can make to live a heart-healthy lifestyleContact Kiwan N. Fitch WebsterEmail: Business Phone: 803-609-3408 Contact Jackie Capers-BrownWebsiteFacebookLinkedinAmazon BooksJackie's Courses Music Credit:Success  - Adobe MusicSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadioSupport the show (
"What can you do to be a better you?" is the question that our guest today Courtney Scott challenges us to consider when it comes to building and nurturing healthy relationships that are good for our heart.Courtney Scott is a healthcare administrator who lives in Rock Hill, SC.  Her nickname is Court and some of her friends call her Cee.  Her parents call her Ri for Richelle. She's the mother of two well-behaved children ages 11 and 5. She's a hard worker who hardly complains and she demonstrates compassion and reasoning in her personal and professional relationships.Lately, Courtney has been creating framed wall art that features different silhouettes of men and women of different shades and different backgrounds. She is currently preparing herself to create a side hustle based on her newfound creativity.Courtney and I use to work together at the Ashley Furniture Homestore on Harbison Blvd. in Columbia, SC.  I invited her to be a guest in this series because I know first hand the compassion she shows to others, her commitment to excellence, and I knew we would have a great conversation about relationships and heart-healthy living. In This Episode, You Will Learn:The three strengths that have helped Courtney overcome challenges and succeedThe three emotional needs that everyone sharesThe importance of practicing mindfulness to cultivate heart-healthy relationshipsThe actions she takes to avoid coming home from work feeling like she has to go to workUnrealistic expectations that hurt personal relationshipsWhy effective communication is key to avoiding resentments that tear at the fabric of relationshipsThe importance of couples establishing  regular date nights to stay emotionally connectedWhy vulnerability is difficult in relationships and how it benefits our relationshipsTangible strategies for gaining perspective in our relationshipsWhy emotional and psychological safety is key to building trust in relationshipsThe positive impact of asking for feedback from othersCommon unrealistic expectations that doom relationships at the startWhy how we say what we say matters so muchAnd so much more...Contact Courtney ScottEmail at scottcourtney09@gmail.comContact Jackie Capers-BrownWebsiteFacebookLinkedinAmazon BooksJackie's Courses Music Credit:Success  - Adobe MusicSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadio Support the show (
"Except no excuses, but give yourself grace", says our guest today, Kiesha Easley.Kiesha Easley is an educator, author, and speaker with a heart for wellness. She enjoys helping others find physical and mental healing and rejuvenation. She creates uplifting and empowering content that helps women reach their health and life goals. Kiesha believes that a healthy body starts in the mind, our food cravings are really craving for joy and a more satisfying life, and what you eat matters more than clocking hours at the gym.In This Episode, You'll Learn: How her grandmothers planted the seed for her love for gardeningThe health issue that inspired her to go all into living a heart-healthy lifestyleHow she's using YouTube videos to share her passion for gardening and living a heart-healthy lifestyleHer favorite part of gardeningThe statement she tells herself when faced with perceived limitationsHow her purpose helps her to cope in healthy ways in the face of Covid-19 disruptionsHeart Healthy tips for managing stressHow our need for immediate gratification is helping to fuel the obesity epidemic in the U.S.The emotional obstacles preventing us from living a heart-healthy lifestyleDo you need to eat breakfast?How proper sleep increases our heart healthAnd so much more...Contact Kiesha EasleyWebsite: www.kieshaeasley.comFacebook: Jackie Capers-BrownWebsiteFacebookLinkedinAmazon BooksJackie's Courses Music Credit:Success  - Adobe MusicPurple Planet Positive Motivation Subscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadio Support the show (
"Friends don't let friends market by themselves," says today's guest Jerrilynn B. Thomas.Jerrilynn B. Thomas is the founder of Smart Women Partner & Grow Rich. Jerrilynn helps women increase their leads, build brand awareness and how step out from the crowd on LinkedIn. Whether you are an author, coach, consultant, professional, work for Corporate America, etc., Smart Women Partner & Grow Rich has a collaborative marketing project that can help you boost your LinkedIn visibility. The projects include the One Million Woman Link Up, Main Street Marketing to Women Initiative, Women’s News Bureau, and more.In This Episode, You'll Learn:How her husband's stroke served as a boost to get started on her entrepreneurial journeyWhy she's on fire to help women partner to grow their business and incomeThe importance of educating prospects about how your business will help them before trying to sell to themWhy it's important for professionals and business owners to leverage LinkedInHow to identify your 5 to ThriveThe behind the scenes details about how she conducts a networking event for women that lasts a weekThe positive impact of developing a role model mindsetHow becoming a member of a Facebook group for introverts expanded her perspective about what else was possible in her business and lifeWhat it means to be an ambivertAnd so much more...Contact Jerrilynn B. ThomasSmart Women Partner & Grow Rich, visit Follow her on LinkedIn at Jackie Capers-BrownWebsiteFacebookLinkedinAmazon BooksJackie's Courses Music Credit:Success  - Adobe MusicPurple Planet Positive Motivation Subscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadio  Support the show (
Are you brave enough to speak and live your truth? It helps when you've never bought into the notion that you have to be perfect. Our guest today, Dr. Kasie Whitener shares fresh insights and her perspectives on what it means and feels like to come into the fullness of who you are, social unrest and the shame and guilt she feels about it and what she's doing about it, her controversial idea to end the 40-hour workweek as we know it and why it's her mission in life, and the importance of having a sense of urgency towards what it is we want to do in life. Kasie Whitener is always thinking through the journey from where-we-are to where-we-want-to-be. As a self-proclaimed change junky, Kasie embraces the uncertainty of new beginnings and enjoys the roller coaster lifestyle of entrepreneurism. Her passion is a results-oriented, project-managed, autonomous workforce. CRC’s new book, Redesign Work Volume 1: A Beginner’s Guide to Autonomy is about creating a sustainable, flexible, remote work environment.Fun Fact: “Kasie” is actually a nickname. My legal name is Kathryn but my dad said he didn’t care what mom named me, he was going to call me “Kasie” so that’s it. I have a few close friends who call me “kid” and always have and my LinkedIn “branded” nickname is “Queen of How” because I’m a process junky.Here's What You'll Learn In This EpisodeHow her love for hard rock music inspires her Friday gatherings in her driveway with neighborsThe reasons why she's open about the shame and guilt she feels after the social unrest that took place in the summer of 2020 in AmericaHow a sense of urgency fuels her "Go For It" attitudeLessons you can learn from  getting in the arenaThe business model that women have to put forward to change workplace cultureTips to improve remote workers productivityHow spending time in the entrepreneurial ecosystem can help you accept failure as a part of the processAnd much more...Contact Dr. Kasie Whitener   Get the book here   Learn more about Clemson Road Creative here    Meet Kasie on LinkedIn here    Follow us on Twitter @ClemsonRoad or @KasieWhitener    Fiction fans and GenXers might like UnapologeticallyX, Kasie’s blog for her novel After DecemberContact Jackie Capers-BrownWebsiteFacebookLinkedinAmazon BooksJackie's Courses Music Credit:Success by Adobe AudioSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadio Support the show (
Amanda Gorman stated in her speech during the inaugural ceremony of President Joe Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris the following words:"There is always light if only we're brave enough to see it. If only we're brave enough to be it."In this episode, Level Up Success Coach Jackie Capers-Brown shares an inspiring and motivational message designed to help viewers decide that this moment, right now, is the ideal moment to draw the line in the sand and say, "Enough" to living below their great potential and be willing to launch into action.Find out more about Jackie at https://www.jackiecapersbrown.comRegister for her upcoming Go Be Great "Reset" Workshop at the show (
With disruption becoming a mainstay in our everyday life, how do you navigate life transitions and cultural challenges to maintain the freedom of spirit to remain curious about what's next in your life?  Our guest today, April Brendon-Locke shares insights from her journey to greatness and helps remind us that amid our most challenging experiences, there are always lessons we can learn that prepare us for our next opportunity.April Brenden-Locke is a certified project manager for the state of Oregon, where she works on Information Technology projects. As a former elementary teacher and communications professional, April has successfully changed careers twice—in what now she considers growing new branches of learning and developing new ways to contribute instead of starting over. She is also the board president of Hogar Infantil*, a 501(c)3 nonprofit that works to break the cycle of poverty through education for children in Chiapas, Mexico (*pronounced O-gar Een-fant-EEL).In This Episode, You Will Learn:Why the book Stamped from the Beginning impacted her perspective about racism and inspired her to look at the U.S. and race relations and racial justice with fresh eyesWHY U2's song "Streets Have No Name" is a song that has resonated with her ever since she was a child.How here multiple superpowers have helped her to cope with Covid-19 and make a positive difference in the lives of other humansHow she's incorporated childhood activities that she loved into her work and heart workHow her definition of success fueled by perfection resulted in burnoutHow what she perceived as a public failure set her up with new skills to navigate a new career transitionHere advice on placing a value on ALL of your skills to navigate a career transitionWhat is her heart work and why everyone should have heart workAnd so much more...Contact April Brendon-LockeLinked InHogar InfantilContact Jackie Capers-BrownContact Jackie Capers-BrownWebsiteFacebookLinkedinAmazon BooksJackie's Courses Music Credit:Success  - Adobe MusicPurple Planet Positive Motivation Subscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadio    Support the show (
Have you heard the statement: "You are only as sick as your secrets?" In this episode, our guest Dr. Vanessa Dunn Guyton shares her expert advice on healing from trauma.Dr. Vanessa Dunn Guyton established Consulting Experts & Associates, LLC (CEA) in 2010. CEA is a global training consulting firm that provides premium customer service and delivers creative training on the HUSH Topics. We specialize in providing training on topics that organizations and individuals have a hard time discussing: Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Sex Trafficking, LGBQT Inclusion, Diversity, Bystander Intervention, etc.. Dr. Guyton also produced her first documentary, HUSH No More, and published the HUSH No More book that shares the stories of Survivors to bring awareness of the HUSH Topics and how they affect our community. Here are a few things we talked about…What she learned from traveling to Costa Rico by herselfHer superpower and how it helps her to connect with peopleHow she coped with the disruption to her business because of COVID-19What she does as an advocate for survivors of domestic violence to make “good trouble”Why she challenges adults to see domestic violence from the eyes of their childrenBystander intervention and the importance of taking action Why Alicia Key’s song “Girl Is On Fire” is her theme songThree actions you can take to be the change you want to see in our worldHow she prevents perfection from holding her back from pursuing and achieving audacious goalsThe actions she took to address her drinking and depression to get out of her own wayThe military experience that inspired the HUSH NO MORE documentary and bookWhy speaking our truth to power helps us and others heal from trauma and reclaim our power to create positive change in our lives Contact Dr. Vanessa Guyton www.hushnomore.org1-888-285-2161 admin@thehushtopics.comFacebook: HUSH No More Movementwww.consultingexp.comvguyton@consultingexp.comFacebook:  Contact Jackie Capers-Brown WebsiteFacebookLinkedinAmazon BooksJackie's Courses Music Credit:Adobe Audio SuccessSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadio Support the show (
In today's episode, host Jackie Capers-Brown shares the audio recording of a free webinar she conducted on the topic: How to Grow and Thrive from Adversity.In this episode, she shares key insights that she's learned from several adversities in her life and many of the strategies that she used to develop the mental agility and emotional resilience that enabled her to grow and flourish from adversity.She discusses the early years of her career with Marriott Hotels and the dark night of the soul experienced after the loss of her teenage son, Blease.In this episode, you will learn:Moving beyond inner resistance to embrace the flow stateHow denying the truth of our reality and emotions create inner resistanceThe mental and physical states when we experience inner resistanceWhy we should acknowledge our inner struggleRecognizing the power you have in the present momentThe freedom and power that comes with your choicesHow our expectations of life can cause us to experience inner resistanceThe power of the stories we tell ourselves when our life is going well and when its not going so goodEmpowering questions to help you connect to your best self-identityRecognizing the limiting beliefs that keep us stuck How our subconscious tapes influence our response to experiencesWhat it takes to build mental agility and emotional resilienceThe five principles of human flourishingand much moreContact Jackie Capers-Brown WebsiteFacebookLinkedinAmazon BooksJackie's Courses Music Credit:Adobe Stock Audio: SuccessSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadioSupport the show (
Today, in this episode, I share my gratitude for the listeners and guests of this podcast as I celebrate the first anniversary of the show.I share some aspects of my story of embracing the world wide web with my first blog Grow Forward & Flourish when I published my first article on February 13, 2009. I honor it by with the title of this podcast episode.The five tips I'm sharing in this message are designed with the intention to help you focus your attention, energy, and resources where it matters most for you to tap into the fullness of the greatness in your potential and level up your life.The ideas that I talk about in this episode include:Be kind to yourselfFind joy in everyday lifeManage your perspectiveAdopt a farmer's mindsetThe Optimist Creedand much more...Contact Jackie Capers-Brown WebsiteFacebookLinkedinAmazon BooksJackie's Courses Music Credit:Bensound DreamsSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadio Support the show (
In the last episode of 2020, host Jackie Capers-Brown shares an inspirational message to encourage and strengthen your mind, body and spirit so that you adopt a fresh perspective to seize this moment to leverage the lessons of 2020 to grow forward and flourish in 2021 and beyond.Support the show (
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