5 Great Reasons to Stand Up For Yourself - The GaptoothDiva Show
5 Great Reasons to Stand Up For Yourself

Stand Up for Yourself – to defend or support a particular idea or a person who is being criticized or attacked So much has been happening in our culture and in our current environment, which has me thinking about the fact that we need to stand up...

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How To Transform Women Into Leaders Like A Professional with Dr. Shantell Malachi on The GaptoothDiva Show
How To Transform Women Into Leaders Like A Professional

Back in March, I had the distinct pleasure to interview with Dr. Shantell Malachi of Richmond Virginia, Founder & Executive Director, Dress for Success Central Virginia, Chief Executive Officer at SheEmpowers™ International, Author of “Career Couture: The Modern Guide to Redefining Your Career” available on...

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7 Things To Stop Feeling Guilty For
7 Things To Stop Feeling Guilty For

When it comes to being motivated on the daily, there are a few things that you have to stop feeling guilty about, in order to reach true success. In this podcast, I break down 7 things that you should stop feeling guilty for, to steer...

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Joseph Fountain on Faith, Getting Started, & Stepping Up

From the talent showcase titled Motivate, my previous Flawesome Academy workshop, husband, father, and motivational speaker Joseph Fountain has been an incredibly inspiring man about town in Richmond, Virginia. I had the wonderful pleasure of chatting it up with him before the New Year as he talks about being a motivator for those in the community. It wasn’t until today, I was able to get my hands on the audio file to post this, but I believe it is just as powerful now as it was a few months back.
From his own testimony, he used to work as an engineer. He was laid off before his son was born, and after being rejected by many jobs while trying to get back into the workforce, he felt led by God to use his gifts to work for himself.

Conversation w/ Cleo Manago – “Oprah Is a Token, Blacks Are Trained to Be Anti-Black, & My Blonde Weave = I Don’t Accept My Culture

I had an engaging conversation with Cleo Manago, a socio-political analyst, popular speaker, behavioral health specialist, social archi- tect, writer, and documentarian specializing in Black behavioral health, [Black] intra-community cultural unification; and constructive, Black self-conceptual development. His commentaries on national television and radio have addressed...

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Tony Marren of Operation Just One Can says Poverty Highest in 18 Years

Our Past guest of GaptoothDiva Radio, Tony Marren Operation Just One Can (OJOC) reports on the dramatic and scary reports of the United States Poverty level: Click here -> http://bottomline.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/09/13/7742437-poverty-rate-hits-18-year-high-as-median-income-falls?GT1=43001 Please check out his website on ways you can help to stop hunger http://www.operationjustonecan.org...

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