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45 minutes | 8 days ago
Coaches Collaborate: A Dialogue With Mr. Kelly Blackmon
Collaboration over competition is always a successful approach! Join me in this conversation with a fellow coach and the host of "How to Win at Everything" on how we encourage, equip and empower others to live into their best selves!!
36 minutes | 15 days ago
We The People: A Dialogue with Deborah Davenport
In honour of Native American heritage month, I have the opportunity (and so do you) to celebrate a great Sovereign Nation here in the USA. Listen in and see how you too might be inspired for inclusion and action!!
59 minutes | a month ago
Being an Overcomer
I was interviewed on "How to Win at Everything". All of us can “win” at what we do but the question is, “are we willing to address the challenges along the way with healthy approaches?” (aka. being an overcomer). 2In this interview you will hear what I learned through some extremely difficult situations in my life. I share what worked, what didn’t work and how I choose to live my story in hopes to encourage you in yours.
31 minutes | 2 months ago
Write Your Story: A Dialogue with a Blogging Evangelist
Ever wondered if you should become a blogger? Maybe for personal or business reasons? Well then, you will love this conversation with a "Blogging Evangelist"! Rana's got great tips and tools to help you on your journey!!
64 minutes | 2 months ago
Indian and Single: The Struggle is Real!
The Indian culture is one of beauty, diversity, depth, and struggle. One of the many struggles amidst the beauty and depth is “singleness”. Listen in on a dialogue between two Indian women who experienced it differently!!
45 minutes | 2 months ago
Coming To America: A Dialogue with a Fellow Immigrant
How does assimilation impact your story? Coming to America has been a process for many along with recognizing that assimilation impacts each one of us differently. In this interview, you will here a candid conversation about two such immigrants.
40 minutes | 2 months ago
Understanding Caste: The Friendship of a Brahmin and a Dalit
Passionate about Inclusion? Then you won't want to miss this interview between two friends who are from different Caste groups and yet share a deep love for reconciliation.
16 minutes | 3 months ago
Imposter Syndrome: Who Am I Really?
What does living authentically mean to you? Who are you REALLY? Why is it so easy to build a fake identity rather than live into our true selves? These and other questions answered along with some tips so you too can #LiveYourStory.
28 minutes | 3 months ago
Gender Equality: A Dialogue with David Rowell
Gender equity and equality...why does it matter? Because YOU matter!! Join me as I dialogue with David Rowell on the subject. Learn to be an ally in the work of gender equity.
45 minutes | 4 months ago
The Culture of Disability: A Dialogue with Paul Artale
As I continue to meet amazing people in my line of work, I asked a fellow author and speaker, Paul Artale, to shed light on his journey as someone who has learned to use his physical disability as a strength. Listen in and you might learn how to "keep the dialogue" going!
13 minutes | 4 months ago
Moments to Memories
Do you struggle with being in the moment? You are not alone!! Learn to make your moments count as they become memories that might feel out of your sight and reach!!
10 minutes | 4 months ago
Is It Time for A Realignment?
Realignment…what does that mean in your story? How do you feel when things are out-of-sync or out of alignment? What do you do? Feeling alone in this journey? Let's connect...I've got your back!!
14 minutes | 5 months ago
Do Unto Others...or not?
Do unto others...or not? An opportunity for you to consider how you can promote inclusion by the rules you follow.
29 minutes | 5 months ago
Do you see me?
An interview of Tabitha Pope, Director of Disability from Nazarene University in Oklahoma City, OK. Tabitha brings a unique perspective to the topic of intersectionality and agency as it relates to disability in our society. She dives into the need for acceptance rather than tolerance!!
12 minutes | 6 months ago
I am not black
As a woman of colour, I choose to stand and kneel in solidarity with my black brothers and sisters. Are you ready to step into action against racism (and other isms), inequality and inequity in your community and for the sake of others? Practical steps also found in my blog at www.seemaglobalconsulting.com
52 minutes | 6 months ago
For Such a Time as This: Interview with Okey K. Enyia
As a concious black male in America, Okey shares humbly and graciously the plight of black males along with tools that will help them not only survive but also thrive. His story started in the Southeast side of Chicago, IL, USA and he now currently works on Capitol Hill, in the Washington, D.C., area for the U.S. Department of Health & Human Resources.
21 minutes | 6 months ago
Be Still: It's a Jungle out There
Discovering what being still might look like in your story and how you can achieve a deep calm and peace in your soul.
19 minutes | 6 months ago
Broken Bodies (revised)
This pandemic has caused us to be relegated to our homes and not allowed us to commune physically with our faith communities. Encouragement and challenge to stay connected.
16 minutes | 7 months ago
Setting the Table
Feeling challenged to transition during this season? Join me as I share how you can learn to make a difference in your story and someone else's!! To connect, go to www.seemaglobalconsulting.com.
9 minutes | 7 months ago
Empowering the leader in you!!
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