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LMS on PR Yourself with Leah Frazier

I had the massive pleasure of joining THE Leah Frazier of Think Three Media or her new and HOT podcast, PR Yourself to have a deep conversation about how to show up as a leader, in business and beyond. Here, we talk about how get your dream client to chase you, not the other way around. Stop chasing! Here’s a glimpse. I’m proud that I can now call…

Free Game: The Video Platform of Choice for The Culture Soup Podcast® Revealed

  YES! I use Skype for The Culture Soup Podcast®!  It is my video platform of choice for the show.  Some people act shocked that I steer away from Zoom and other platforms. Then they have the nerve to say, “I haven’t used that in years.” Like they are thumbing their noses. Sis, you’re just admitting that you aren’t accustomed to broadcast quality anything. Let me tell you…

The Culture Soup Podcast: Ep 130: Black History Hit Different with Sacha Thompson

Companies are going all out for #BlackHistoryMonth, and it’s…awkward. I wouldn’t be the first to say that in the current cultural context, watching Black History Month unfold in social media news feeds is a bit surreal. If you are Black, you may be in one of two camps: you are either loud and proud and a bit defiant in your celebration of Black Excellence, or you are completely…

LMS Discusses #NoThanks and “Work-Jacking” on The Back Pack Show LIVE

  Let’s talk about the relationship between White women and Black women in the workplace for a moment. It’s time. Let’s keep it 💯. I had the privilege of going live on The Back Pack Show LIVE with Chris Brogan and Kerry Gorgone talking about my new book No Thanks: 7 Ways to Say I’ll Just Include Myself. I broke news there about the remix of #NoThanks that is upcoming. It’s…

Afrotech Calls The Culture Soup Podcast One of the Best Podcasts for Black Tech Entrepreneurs

Afrotech has called The Culture Soup Podcast®️one of Seven Great Podcasts for Black Tech Entrepreneurs. 🙌🏽🙌🏽 Shout out to the incomparable Morgan DeBaun and her incredible team at Blavity and more. Thanks for the recognition. We are on hiatus until January 2021, and we are planning some great shows. Meantime, there are about 200 episodes for you to binge listen to over the holidays to get caught up. Enjoy! Read the…

Privilege: what’s in it for those who aren’t?

What is the opportunity for outsiders in privilege? This conversation between America’s Psychologist Dr. Jeff Gardere and myself unpacks a very nuanced view on privilege which can unlock a new mindset for Women of Color battling bias on their way to executive leadership. Here is one of the many gems jammed pack in my book No Thanks: 7 Ways to Say I’ll Just Include Myself about how to…

45 Black Podcasts to Get Hooked On from BlackExcellence.com

  (Of the 45, The Culture Soup Podcast nabbed #13) If it took a pandemic for you to seek out some black podcasts to listen to, shame on you! If you’re just looking to add to your already impressive list of black podcasts, then welcome! Podcasts have had an incredible decade in the 2010s. Their popularity has grown to such an immense level that starting a new podcast…

Ep 104: #ThrowbackThursday Secure the Bag with Jacqueline Twillie

If there is anything that this movement is teaching us, it is that we can no longer be silent.  How are you impacting change where you live?  In your house? In your pocketbook?  In your career?  Systemic racism is pervasive and in the corporate workplace, it’s a part of the furniture.  How can you leverage this moment in time to get what is rightfully yours?  I’m calling back…

*Sips Tea* ☕️ But what will @dallascowboys owner Jerry Jones do? He’s quiet as a mouse on this topic of social justice, and Clarence Hill, Jr says “That’s not like him.” Even I said, “Come on out to the picnic, Jerry! It’s a good move!” He also says that the @nfl got “punked” by @nascar with their bold removal of the confederate flag from all their events. We…

Ep 102: The Revolution in the Workplace with LaFern Batie
Part 2 in my series What Does the Civil Rights Movement Mean for the Workplace? continues tomorrow with a very special guest. Lafern K. Batie and I met last March outside Atlanta, Georgia at the CaPP Institute coaching intensive. She was one of my trainers, and in our first interaction, we became fast friends. I consider her to be one of my mentor coaches because she taught me…

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