A Conversation With Atlanta Local Ethical Sales Coach and Consumer Advocate Heather Wylde
Q: How did you get the idea of writing your book ‘What Every Entrepreneur WISHES They’d Known Before Hiring a Business Coach’?HW: I’ve invested almost $100k in business coaching in 10 years. Some of my mentors were truly expert teachers and coaches who were genuinely interested in helping me get results and my business grew! Others weren’t so great. Despite paying their premium rates and doing the work, I made very little progress. It was very frustrating...
She is a Certified Integrative Nutritionist, Wellness Entrepreneur, Speaker, Lifestyle Writer, and TV Personality, Chef. Discussing Her Newest Book “Bountiful Cooking” A Conversation with Author, Agatha Achindu.
Q: Agatha, your new cookbook, Bountiful Cooking, emphasizes the importance of reconnecting with traditional, organic culinary methods. Could you share a key concept or recipe from your book that exemplifies this approach and its potential health benefits?AA: What I have tried and found successful in my workshop and coaching practice is to get everyone I meet to look back to their family traditions, from way before our food supply chain got super convenient..
An Exclusive Interview With Casey Cunningham, CEO/Founder, of XINNIX a Premier Leadership, Operations & Sales Performance Company
Q: What inspired you to launch a business in sales training and leadership?CC: My parents inspired me in different ways to start my journey of success toward having a sales and leadership training business. My inspiration from my Dad came from the fact that he was an entrepreneur, so I got to see the fruit of his labors as a child. But regrettably, he passed away when I was very young. However, I still believe I am continuing his business ownership legacy...
Out With Her New Book A Game of Life - A Women’s Game Plan For Success. An Exclusive Interview With Author Patricia Kennedy.
Q: What is your book The Game of Life! all about?PK: The Game of Life! is about the landscape that persists in today's corporate environment. Focusing on women in that arena and the challenges we face, I share how we got to where we are through socialization, conditioning, societal norms, expected or acceptable behaviors that shape how we as women show up in the world. Then I share actions we can take to be the change we want to see in the world. Q: What i..
An Exclusive Interview With Charyn Harris, Author, Coach & Music Industry Professional.
Q: Please tell us about what brought you to writing you’re amazing new book ‘Art of War for Creatives’: CH: I thought about everything I didn’t have when I was building my career and the idea around writing a book had been brewing. Every time I would hop on Clubhouse and either speak or listen in, I heard pain points that I had either lived through or witnessed. I’ve seen too many Creatives give up and I wanted to be a voice of encouragement. Even with a ..
Meet Teacher & Cancer Survivor Stephanie Finley She’s Working to Increase Awareness of a New Surgical Technique That Has The Potential to Restore Breast Sensation For Breast Cancer Survivors & Previvors.
Q: Can you tell us about your experience with being diagnosed with breast cancer?SF: In 2019, during a self-exam I found a lump in one of my breasts. A biopsy quickly confirmed my worst fear, not only did I have breast cancer, but it was aggressive. Because of the aggressive nature, my care team moved quickly to schedule me for a mastectomy as well as breast reconstruction. Because the cancer was only in one breast, I opted to have a unilateral mastectomy ..
An Exclusive Interview With Emerald-Jane Hunter, CEO and Founder of myWhy Agency
Q: What inspired you to want to launch a business?EJH: At the core of who I am, I think I’ve always been an entrepreneur. I think I was born to be an entrepreneur. I enjoy the autonomy. I enjoy being my own boss and being able to make an impact. I’ve got a lot of heart and a lot of passion for what I want to see happen for other entrepreneurs in their businesses—and I’m just so happy that I’m able to do what I do.I was inspired to launch this business afte..
Bonnie Rich. An Effective Leader with a Passion for Cause.
She Fights for the people in her district because she never stopped being one of them. Believing in herself and her own leadership helps her serve others. She serves In the Georgia House of Representatives as a member of the Judiciary Committee, Retirement Committee, Ways & Means Committee, and the Special Committee on Access to the Civil Justice System. She also serves as the Chairman of the Legislative & Congressional Reapportionment Committee.Q: Why d..
Kim Ford Is A Keynote Speaker, TV Host & Media Consultant. She Has Appeared On CNN As An Entertainment Correspondent Where She Shares Her Take on What’s Relevant in Film, Television, & Celebrity News.Q: After college, where did you feel your career path would take you? KF: Honestly, I wasn’t really sure. All I knew was I wanted to live in Atlanta. I knew I’d figure it out when I got there. It took a while, but I finally figured it out. Q: What was your fi..
Dedicated & Determined, Reaching out with News that Counts! Meet Channel 2 Action News Anchor, Wendy Corona
Q: How did your career start as a news anchor?WC: My career in journalism began as a nosy child! I went to Journalism School at the University of Southern California and set out to be a reporter. My first job out of college was as a reporter in Yuma, Arizona … a very small market! It wasn’t until my second station in El Paso, TX where the news director who hired me to report then tapped me to fill-in anchor. That’s when I started getting experience at the ..
She’s an Air Force Veteran, Mental Health Therapist & Founder of the I Am Enough Movement! Meet Best Selling Author, Megan Fenyoe
Q: When you graduated from High School, did you have any idea you would be an Air Force Veteran, a Mental Health Therapist, Best Selling Author and run a Nonprofit Organization? MF: Absolutely not. I knew I wanted to help people, but I have a learning disability and when I was in high school my guidance counselor told me that I should never go to college because I was never going to graduate. Little did I know that at that exact moment I would begin worki..
She Volunteers, Fundraises & Takes on Beauty One Client at A Time! Meet Manuela Davis, Owner of Voilà Salon
Q: Can you share with our audience, how your journey in life brought you to Atlanta?MD: When I first came to the United States at age 20, I was fortunate to travel all over the United States. After a brief stay in Illinois, I visited Atlanta and fell in love with the Southern Charm. The People and the friendly Climate made the decision easy to relocate to this beautiful city I have called home since 1988.Q: Why did you decide to go to cosmetology school? ..
A Conversation with Entrepreneur Yetunde Jude, Creating Hair Products that are Conversation Worthy!
Q: Share with us the story behind the book you authored titled The Black Hair Revolution?YJ: I started my natural hair journey in college. That was a time when products or knowledge for natural hair were not easily accessible. So, we, women with natural hair, would stop each other on the streets and ask questions. At the time it seemed that more and more women were stopping me and asking me what to me was basic information about natural hair care. It wa..
Creating Digital Experiences that Connect with People, Meet Kelli F. Kelley, CEO of Kelley Brand Communications
Q: Can you share with us what made you decide to have a career in Digital Marketing? KK: I started my career in traditional public relations about 15 years ago, so long before we had social media or really a lot of digital marketing going on. About 6 years ago, I noticed my PR clients were asking more and more about Facebook and if that was something that we could handle for them as well. I then started doing heavy research on how to use social media platf..
Leading One of the Most Successful Chambers in the Nation, Meet Sharon Mason, President/CEO of Cobb Chamber of Commerce
Q: When you graduated from High School, where did you think your career path would take you?SM: I always knew I would be significantly involved with people and in some area in the community where I could make a major impact … but I did not know at this time more specifics. Q: What was your first job? And how did it shape or impact you?SM: My first job was at Special Times Gift Shop in Snellville, Georgia when I was 15. I was terrible at wrapping gifts, so ..
Keeping Your Business Safe & Secure, Meet Jamine Moton, Founder & CEO of Skylar Security
Q: Can you share with us what made you decide to have a career in law enforcement? JM: Where do I begin?!? This is such a long story. Haha! When I was younger (high school), I was a bully’s bully and enjoyed protecting my classmates from people who would taunt them and make fun of how they looked and even talked. I was always taller and large in size compared to my classmates. Even now, I am 6’0 and 280 lbs. Obviously, some things haven’t changed…I was als..