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..
Egypt Sherrod, Starring as Co-Host Alongside Her Husband in The New HGTV Series "Married to Real Estate"
Q: Was real estate a pathway to design for you or the other way around?
ES: I was a real estate broker first and organically began to evolve into the design space. It started with architecture, then focusing on floor plan layout and functionality, now I love all things design. There is something so amazing about turning a plain-Jane room into a curated work of art.
Q: Whose room was the first you were asked to decorate?
ES: My first design projects were a..
She Has Overcome the Worst Adversities, Including Abuse, Homelessness, Abduction, Disfigurement, & Human Trafficking by Terrorism. Meet Entrepreneur & Philanthropist, Liza Pavlakos
Q: Do you regularly relive or re-experience these traumatic events?
LP: Yes, unfortunately, anyone who has suffered trauma relives these events, and I’m no different. My early life transition into young adulthood was so traumatic that I was diagnosed with complex PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). It’s so sad to realize that this is all due to other people’s violence against me.
Repressed memories surface, and their impact is so debilitating in your ..
Hailed as the “Female Jerry Maguire,” Molly Fletcher Joins Us To Talk About Her Career as a Sports Agent & Motivational Professional
Q: You acknowledge that you’re a trailblazer. For women entering the sports agent field, do you feel that there are any fewer hurdles to overcome than when you started? If so, what are they?MF: I would say there are fewer hurdles, but they still exist. Visibility matters and I think seeing other women thrive in the space has opened the doors for others and broken down some of the barriers. Overall, I think people are starting to understand the business va..
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 ..
Making Her Second Chance of Life Count, An Exclusive Interview With Motivational Speaker, Mercedes Ramirez Johnson
In 1995, Mercedes Ramirez Johnson narrowly survived a commercial airplane crash where about 160 people died, including her parents. As one of only four survivors of this tragedy, she vowed that she would make her second chance at life count... and that she has – not just for herself, but also for the tens of thousands of people who have heard her story and her message.Mercedes has received national awards for her work, influence, commitment to helping othe..
An Honors Graduate of Emory University School of Law, Ms. Oinonen Assists Employees, The Injured, And Has An in Depth Understanding of Business Owner Concerns. A Conversation With Attorney, Julie Oinonen.
Q: When did you know you would pursue a career as an Attorney? JO: Prior to my career as an attorney, I was working in higher education in Los Angeles as a university administrator and was admitted into the Doctorate of Education program at UCLA so I faced a crossroads…whether to remain in academia or to go to law school. I chose to become a lawyer because I felt that I could help more people being in the trenches so to speak and my goal was always to beco..
She Will Help You Navigate The Challenges You Face & Protect What Matters to You. Her Law Firm is Dedicated To Providing Quality & Affordable Family Law Services With Compassion. A Conversation With Family Law Attorney Tera Reese-Beisbier
Q: When did you know you would pursue a career as an Attorney?TRB: I knew I was going to be an attorney at age 12. My father and I were discussing something (I believe I was arguing with him) and he stopped me and told me that if I did not become a lawyer, he would be shocked. He told me that I always stick up for the underdog, and I always argue my way out of punishments at home. I did not know any attorneys at the time, but thought he was right. So, ..
Attorney Bethaney Embry Jones is An Effective & Compassionate Attorney Who Guides Her Clients Through a Difficult Process
Bethaney has handled nearly every type of serious injury matter. She has single handedly settled and collected large settlements on behalf of her injured clients. This unique experience has afforded Bethaney a comprehensive knowledge of the practices and procedures of insurance companies. Simply put, she uses her knowledge to make certain that her injured client’s rights are protected by obtaining maximum favorable results.Bethaney’s dedication to your sat..
Her Practice is Committed to Making a Difference in The Lives of The People She Serves. A Conversation With Attorney & Author, Veronica Brinson.
Attorney Veronica Brinson is a native of Macon, Georgia. She grew up in the inner city in South Macon. She contributes who she is today to her upbringing in South Macon in which she states tough situations and her desire to push forward in the face of challenges and obstacles made her the person she is today.Ms. Brinson has organized seminars for State Bar of Georgia Continuing Education including Jury Trials Seminar 2010. She was also featured in a book p..
Atlanta Attorney Kyla Lines Provides Understanding & Effective Legal Representation of All Aspects of Family Law. She Listens to Your Needs & Works to Craft Strategic Solutions.
Kyla’s goal in handling her cases is to make a difficult situation better for her clients. When custody is an issue, she keeps the best interests of the children as her priority. When complex financial issues arise, Kyla strives to provide her clients with strategic, realistic, solution-focused advice.Kyla is a native of Marietta, Ohio. She graduated from Rutgers College in New Brunswick, New Jersey with Bachelor’s degrees in Political Science and Philosop..
She Prides Herself on Guiding Families Through The Challenges of Family Law Litigation & Mediation With Knowledge, Strength, & Expertise. Meet Atlanta Family Law Attorney Amy Martin.
Q: When did you know you would pursue a career as an Attorney?AM: For me, becoming an attorney was a goal that came full circle. As a child, I always said I wanted to be a lawyer and would dress up as one for school career days. But that was back when I had a very basic understanding of career options. I think everyone said something like doctor, lawyer, teacher, fireman. As a college student/young adult, I changed my mind A LOT. I wanted to be an actress..
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..
A natural entrepreneur since her childhood, Lydia started out her career early. A cosmetologist by trade, she believes her journey and experience in various jobs and roles has helped her to be more diverse in her skillset to make her a better brand manager. "I went from being a licensed cosmetologist to becoming a billing specialist and office manager at a chiropractic office to planning and decorating weddings, to working in public relations at a nonprofi..
An Exclusive Interview with Jessica Cox, The World’s First Licensed Armless Pilot, & First Armless Black-Belt in The American Taekwondo Association
Jessica is best known for becoming the first armless pilot in aviation history. Her achievement
earned her a Guinness World Record medal, invitations from six continents, and featured on
TV programs like Ellen, Inside Edition, Fox and Friends, Oprah Winfrey Network, CNN, CBS
Evening News, and the BBC.
Described as a speaker “no one will ever forget,” she shows audiences around the globe how
to inspire enthusiasm and build authentic confidence. With the goa..