Choosing “wellness” is an act of political resistance. Before Black women can effectively sustain engagement in organized resistance struggle, in the Black liberation movement, we need to undergo a process of self-recovery that can heal individual wounds that may prevent us from functioning fully. -bell hooks 2017 was a rollercoaster year. It ended with a rotten cherry on top when my best friend of 15 years died unexpectedly on December 14th. Thankfully, my kids revived me for the holidays. I took the time off to grieve and reflect. One thing I pondered was my annual New Year’s message to you (btw, Happy…
In this episode, we’re hearing from Dr. Angela M. Shuttlesworth. A Social Worker by training and most of all heart, Dr. Angela M. Shuttlesworth has served in the capacities of Counselor, Utilization Management Coordinator, Educator, Trainer, Auditor and Director of Organizational Development for the District of Columbia’s Department of Behavioral Health.
Tara Pringle Jefferson is a writer, speaker, and self-care coach. She is the founder of Bloom Beautifully, a self-care subscription service that gives women bimonthly care packages alongside a community of support. With this business, Tara teaches women that the best way to achieve their goals is to first pour into themselves. She also hosts workshops on stress reduction, time management, and personal development.
Do you know that your story matters greatly to your business? In launching our podcast, I didn’t fully share my story and what motivated me to start my business. In place of a solo episode, I’m releasing this exclusive training I co-led with Actress, Comedian, and Storytelling Expert Kim Coles on how to share your story for business success.
We’re just about a month into the Summer of 2017… And I’m thrilled to announce a HUGE WIN that’s been months in the making: The Black Woman CEO Podcast