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She Believes in Me: Encourage, Empower, Inspire with Founder Rene Gorman and Michelle Galliano

She Believes in Me: Encourage, Empower, Inspire with Founder Rene Gorman and Michelle Galliano

Contrary to the belief that this is a male-dominated world, women provide the foundation of power, grace, wisdom, justice, creativity, and hope. Throughout history, the world has witnessed many great women of strength who managed to tap into their Everyday Power to leave an indelible mark on society. However, it is important that there is a transfer of empowerment to the next generations. Actress Audrey Hepburn said, “I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day, and I believe in miracles.” The…
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Were it not for those who care with Dr. Ethel Canty Bothuel

Were it not for those who care with Dr. Ethel Canty Bothuel

This month we have been exploring the diversity found in the space called legacy; more specifically the legacy of caring and loving. We themed it “Were it not for Those Who Care and Who Have Cared”. Ever stop to think about those people? You know the ones… who especially encouraged you to keep on going when you had decided to stop; who gave when you couldn’t ask, who dried the track of your tears… and who said, “Yes you can!” They planted seeds for you to harvest immediately or later in your life.  They have magical timing…some stay for a…
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Voices from the Future with Nyliek and Tiyanna Brooks

Voices from the Future with Nyliek and Tiyanna Brooks

This week we visit the land of Gen Z aka iGen, aka Centennials, aka Nexters… Generation Z is the youngest, most ethnically diverse, the largest generation in American history, comprising 27% of the US population. Current Population: 23 million and growing rapidly. Gen Z is described as a maker generation, a far more pragmatic and practical generation who must architect and build the future we are all trying to imagine living in. The world doesn’t need more foundational layers, it needs a generation to create. There is a belief that the best way to predict the future is to build it. And Gen Z has…
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Voices From the Future with Sherrita Wilkins

Voices From the Future with Sherrita Wilkins

“FIRST, DON’T CALL THEM MILLENNIALS Wait, what? Let me explain. A study from Pew Research found that only 40 percent of millennials even identify with the word “millennial,” compared to nearly 80 percent of those aged 51 to 69 who consider themselves part of the Baby Boomer generation. I was actually surprised that almost half of millennials claimed to be comfortable with their generational moniker since I find that most of the young people, I meet prefer that their generation not have a title at all. I also find this generation to be more focused on describing themselves as individuals (hence the…
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Stories you tell yourself when the White House calls with Ashwani Jain

Stories you tell yourself when the White House calls with Ashwani Jain

This month’s theme, “Stories We Grew up with”, expands our appreciation of who we have become as a result of the stories we have been told and the ones we have told ourselves growing up. We look at how these stories have impacted our behavior, our thoughts, our dreams, Ultimately, I believe everyone not only has a story but also is a story. Author  David Denborough, Ph.D. writes  “Who we are and what we do are influenced by the stories that we tell ourselves…There are many different events in our lives, but only some of them get formed into the…
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Be together, not the same. Inclusion and diversity with Ambreen Rizvi

Be together, not the same. Inclusion and diversity  with Ambreen Rizvi

When I walk daily, I intentionally “unplug”. There is nothing on my body to indicate how many steps I have taken during my four-mile walk. I listen to the birds singing and ducks honking as they make love to spring. I notice new flowers in bloom. I am at peace. Yet sometimes, today, for instance, unwanted thoughts insert themselves as a result of something I heard on the news. Today it was the concept of “Othering”. I don’t like it and I like even less the fact that it is being intentionally used in this season’s political lexicon. It is…
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Chocolates after midnight with Jaleh Moslehi and Tyra G

Chocolates after midnight with Jaleh Moslehi and Tyra G

Life is an ongoing process. It is not made up of one event. Every time it rains, it stops raining. Every time we get hurt, we heal. After darkness there is always light- we are reminded of this every morning, but still, we can forget, and instead choose to believe that the night will last forever. It won’t.  Nothing lasts forever. I chose this month’s theme as Chocolates after Midnight, Midnight symbolizing the rain and chocolates symbolizing the rainbows in our lives. We are looking at ourselves and how we relate and respond to life’s seasons.   Every week this month,…
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Sensitive Sountracks of Generation Z with Lucia Noto, Graham Skrtic, Veronica Jackson

Sensitive Sountracks of Generation Z with Lucia Noto, Graham Skrtic, Veronica Jackson

Our future is walking among us now. Those currently in high school will be overseeing our “aging-in-place” and other activities in the “December” of our lives. We need to connect with them, to know them, to respect who they are as the people they are. That is exactly what we are doing this month. All month we have heard from Millennials and Generation Z guests on what are hot topics to them.  We continue this week with what we are calling Sensitive Soundtracks from Generation Z. Today you will be entertained, encouraged, and empowered by the gift of talent from…
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What we think we know with Bill Knopf, chef on Vision Quest Rehabilitation Wagon Train for troubled teens

What we think we know with Bill Knopf, chef on Vision Quest Rehabilitation Wagon Train for troubled teens

This month’s introductory question: So, what do you want to be when you grow up? This is a question we ask children and adults. We grow up getting clues as to who we should be from significant others and multimedia images and stories. We begin in a once upon a time and have a goal of living happily ever after. Somewhere between the ages of three and ten, we seem to be drawn to the land of superheroes. If you doubt that we all arrive in this world with gifts and as a gift, pay attention to an infant or a…
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AWAKENING: Welcome to Frankly Speaking with Tyra G

AWAKENING: Welcome to Frankly Speaking with Tyra G

Welcome to evidence that dreams can come true. Welcome to our virtual, global gathering of phenomenal women and those who love you, yes YOU- fearsome and generous, humble and honest, in pursuit of new possibilities and purpose. Every week, we will meet here at the table for one hour to experience, encourage, and empower each other, share some aha moments, and stories that have been left in our pockets for too long. Every week we will start where we are. Although many of your voices will speak light into darkness, there is no insignificant person around this table. Each month…
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Tyra's intuition and ability to coach you beyond the pain of your past and inspire you to do the work
necessary to step boldly into your future is phenomenal. She is one of the wisest women I know and I
am delighted to have her in my corner, cheering me on along the way. With Tyra on my side, I am confident that I will move through the challenges life brings.”

Lethia Owens, President/CEO, Game Changers International, Inc.

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