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In this episode, Tiffany catches up with Rahkim Sabree after a year from being a guest on the show.  Listen to see what he has been up to!  They cover everything from motivation to mental health and imposter syndrome.  You don't want to miss it!

About Our Guest

Rahkim Sabree is an emerging leader in financial education and empowerment. He is a TED speaker, best selling author, and 3x founder. He has been seen in Black Enterprise, Thrive Global, Entrepreneur Media, Yahoo Finance, Authority Magazine, The Grio, and was recognized as a top innovative coach by Business Insider.

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The intersection of health and wealth cannot be underestimated or looked over.  Holistic wellness includes both.  Join Tiffany as she sits down with Dr. Amber Brown as they discuss how these two aspects of wellness play on each other.

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Dr. Amber Brown, PT, DPT, WCS founder and owner of Root Physical Therapy and Wellness, a safe space to learn about the root causes of your concerns, as well as Care 4 You First, a community for health and wealth tips and accountability.

As a doctor of physical therapy and Board-Certified Women’s Health Specialist, her primary focuses are pelvic floor dysfunction and Black Maternal Health. She serves several clients as a doula, certified lymphedema therapist, and registered yoga teacher. She contributes to academia as a guest lecturer and with further research as she completes her second doctorate.

Dr. Brown guides people on the pathway of financial freedom without sacrificing their health as a certified financial coach...

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Whew!  Couples, money, and conflict.  It is almost as if these things are synonymous with each other.  In this episode, Tiffany sits down with counselor Rhonda Johnson to discuss how to manage conflict when talking about vulnerable topics such as money.  This episode not only applies to couples but singles as well.  Be prepared for your next money discussion.  Tune in!

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Rhonda Johnson is the owner and founder of Limitless Empowerment based in Central North Carolina. She is a Life Coach, Prepare/Enrich facilitator, and an Interpersonal Strategy Consultant, specializing in helping couples build strong relationships. Her passion and Limitless Empowerment’s primary function is to empower marriages and relationships that are suffering because of a lack of familiarity with communication and lackluster communication skills. Engaged and married couples are given lessons and guidance that build a strong foundation for a strong relationship....

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Financial literacy is the ability to understand and apply various financial skills, including budgeting, investing, and other financial management strategies.

Why It's Important

My, oh, my!  Financial literacy is critical to master as it affects everything in your life, from well-being and relationships to opportunities that are afforded to you.  A financially literate person has a much better chance of being "successful" with money.  This is why I built this whole platform.  My personal goal is to see as many people as possible to become financially literate.  It is imperative!  

I joke and say people treat you differently when you know about money on social media, BUT it is true!  I have had salespeople and lenders tell me this.  So, I took that information and decided to help so YOU won't be taken advantage of. 

Want to see how financially literate you are?  I made a quiz to test your skills.  You can check it...

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Money is emotional!  Tiffany has talked about this time  and time again on the blog and podcast but this time she brings on YeSeul Kim to give a different perspective.  They drop so many gems on how they got past their financial trauma and how they handle money in their marriages.  How is your relationship with money?

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YeSeul is a business executive turned storyteller who loves hunting for the unexpected. When she is not recording podcasts, YeSeul is working on her book Business Love: Your MBA to Relationships and photo journalism project Humans of Treviso.

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To manage your finances, a sound, effective and thorough, understanding of finance, we call financial literacy is crucial. People should know how to manage their debts and save money. African Americans play a vital role in the economic establishment of the United States, but in comparison to their white counterparts, they still lag in financial wellness. Financial literacy is one of the main reasons behind this complex gap. Financial literacy and financial wellness are tightly intertwined, especially in African Americans.

One of the latest studies on the Personal Finance Index (P-Fin Index) conducted by GFLEC and TIAA institute provides new insights on Black financial literacy. 

There are eight areas on which P-Fin Index study is based: 

  • Earning
  • Consuming
  • Insuring
  • Saving
  • Investing
  • Borrowing 
  • Managing debt
  • Comprehending risk and uncertainty 

Key Insights:

  • Only 38% of the answers were correct by African Americans compared to 55% of white people.

  • Their best...

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psychology Jun 18, 2020

According to the Oxford Dictionary, Resilience is "the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness."  I have been reticent on my blog as life has taken a tailspin.  Between the coronavirus pandemic, protesting to prove MY LIFE MATTERS, getting married, taking a securities test (not once but twice) and failing, being thrown into homeschooling my kids, completely revamping everything behind the scenes of my business, wondering if I am still going to make my goal of being debt-free (except real estate) by 30, not being able to flex my extrovert muscles, life has taken an interesting turn.

You would think that all of these things individually would be depressing (other than getting married), not to mention them all happening in the course of a few months, BUT the opposite effect has occurred.  Today, I feel energized!  I feel empowered!  I feel ready to accomplish things that I have been wanting to achieve (blog post anyone?)  How does this...

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podcast psychology Jun 04, 2020

 In this special episode, Tiffany sits down with Eugenie George as they discuss the current events and what needs to happen next in the black community.

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Eugenie George, MBA, CFEI is a financial educator, author, and founder and host of Money and Flow, a podcast to help with listeners with finance questions. She is also a keynote speaker on equity and Millennial money engagement in the workplace. As a former teacher, she brings excitement to the stage with engaging stories and data that can help multigenerational bridge together the Millennial gap.

Eugenie ( u-jin-nay) uses her over 10+ plus years’ experience in tech, education, and finances to lead high- achieving women and women of color understand their money habits. Eugenie uses non-traditional ways of understanding business and personal goals because no taught anyone the true skills of money. A master at mindset through Eugenie teaches and coaches a wide range of individuals and her genius has created...

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Join Tiffany as she sits down with Adrian Quarles, one of her Lyft passengers, who overcame homelessness and mental health issues to pursue the arts.  He has directed, produced, wrote, and acted in many artistic endeavors.  He drops so many gems and words of encouragement for those that may be in a place he once was.

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Adrian Dion Quarles is an Artist of multiple platforms from Shelby, NC. He has acted in 38 plays, including TIME which he wrote, produced, directed, and acted in September, 2019. He has also released three hip hop mixtapes and is an educator for Guilford County Schools. He's currently the host and creator of ADQ'S RENAISSANCE podcast in which he aims to connect all black artists of all platforms.

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Have you heard of storytelling marketing? Join Tiffany as she sits down with branding mastermind, Octavia Harris.  They discuss everything from life as an entrepreneur to core values to the power of telling your story to grow your business. Be ready to catch these gems!

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Octavia Harris is the CEO of Crãv Life Consulting, LLC and is an International Branding & Marketing Strategist. She is also an Empowerment Speaker and Corporate Trainer located in the Greensboro, NC area. She specializes in business to business content branding & marketing that assists women entrepreneurs in monetizing. She does this by building their brand with storytelling marketing. She teaches women that through their life story, they can turn their “Mess” into their “Message.” Transitioning her clients into leaders of their field through branding, social media marketing, and strategizing to monetize projects.

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