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.
About Our Guest
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!
About Our Guest
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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Do you have a fixed or growth mindset? Tiffany and Teddi discuss the differences and how to use your mindset at the negotiation table. They both drop gems on how to successfully negotiate that new job, raise, or even just benefits. Be sure to have a pen and paper ready!
About Our Guest
Teddi Rene’ is an expert in creating strategic and efficient systems to achieve personal and business goals. Specializing in goal planning and management Teddi Rene’ has helped 100s of business owners, entrepreneurs, bloggers, family, and friends do the things that they say they want to do.
Combining her years of expertise in Behavior Modification, Systems Engineering, and Strategic Planning with her desire to affect change, Teddi had dedicated her life to helping Black women utilize best practices to achieve their career goals, eliminate procrastination, and master their mindset.
She is the Founder and CEO of United Kweendom, a community that matches Black women with...
The FIRE movement is a school of thought where you aim to become debt-free (financially independent) and retire as early as possible, typically before age 35.
Why It's Important
The FIRE movement is a trendy movement in the financial blog and influencer circles because who doesn't want to become debt-free and not HAVE to work?! I capitalized HAVE because the movement is not saying to sit around and wait to die. It just makes it so you don't have to rely on worrying about money and can do more fulfilling work. The motivation behind the movement came from Americans being able to live longer than before, the inaccessibility of pensions from jobs, and the shorter job tenure.
Last year, I read "Your Money or Your Life" by Vicki Robin, one of the pioneers of the modern FIRE movement. She makes the argument that every moment in your life is worth money, and jobs are more expensive than what meets the eye. She urges people to track every expense even down to the...
Philanthropy is the desire to promote the welfare of others, typically in the form of monetary gifts and donations.
Why It's Important
Yesterday was Giving Tuesday! If you don't know what that is, it is a national holiday the Tuesday after Thanksgiving to promote giving back to the community. Thanksgiving is typically enjoyed with families and friends eating until your heart is content. Black Friday is usually spent spending (see what I did there) until your heart is content. Now, it is time to give until your heart is content!
I want to stress the importance of making sure you give back to your community. But, giving doesn't always have to be monetary (money). You can give time, skills, ideas, etc. Even though I don't have a lot of money to spend, I consider myself very philanthropic. I donate a lot of time to causes and initiatives that I am passionate about. The exciting thing is what you give out comes back tenfold in many cases. Not having money is not an...
In this episode, Tiffany interviews two guests! Krista Goodrich and Grace Everitt talk about the tough topic of divorce. Find out how these two ladies made it through some financially nasty divorces and strategies they had to apply to get their financial life back on track.
About our Guests
Krista Goodrich lives in Daytona Beach, Florida with her husband, Colin, and their dogs. She is momma to her daughter, Kiki (name changed to protect privacy), who is currently in college for hospitality. A lifelong serial entrepreneur, Krista continues to invest in real estate and companies, always looking for new opportunities. She currently owns or is partner in 17 companies including real estate investment companies, art studios, a bar and a tourist experience company. She loves presenting at corporate conferences and for women’s groups, and actively participates in organizations that help and empower women. As a community activist, Krista is involved in her local government...
Join Tiffany as she dives into homelessness and thinking of personal finance as a team sport with Rahkim Sabree! Rahkim talks about financial empowerment, discipline, FOMO, and how to utilize your circle to get better results.
About Our Guest
Rahkim Sabree is a millennial author, speaker, personal finance expert, and co-founder of the not-for-profit An Extended Hand, Inc. which focuses primarily on empowering and educating those who are at risk of or currently impacted by homelessness.
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Rahkim's website: https://www.rahkimsabree.com
Decluttr specializes in buying your used CDs, DVDs, Blurays and Games to help you make room and money! With Decluttr you can enter your items barcodes into our valuation engine and we'll give you...
Recorded live at FinCon 2019, Tiffany and Eugenie talk ancestry and how that plays a pivotal role in your finances. Trauma from previous generations can carry through to the current and future generations. Being aware of the trauma is your first defense against carrying it on. Listen as we dig deep!
About Our Guest
Eugenie George, MBA, CFEI, is a financial educator, author, 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 10+ plus years’ experience in tech, education, and finance to lead high-achieving women and women of color to understand their money habits. Eugenie uses non-traditional ways of understanding business and personal goals because no...
I've always struggled with how to price my services as an entrepreneur. Our guest, Amelia Roberts, breaks down how she helps people discover their value. We discussed being in the market as African-American females and making sure you create circles of influence to reach your goals. Also, we talk about how to use research to your advantage when asking for a raise or a promotion.
About Our Guest
Amelia Roberts is a digital native who officially became a practitioner of online marketing twelve years ago with a role as a virtual assistant. One thing lead to another and now alongside other hats, she works as a visibility expert and digital marketing consultant.
In this role, Amelia helps under-recognized professionals become thought leaders by skipping the maddening Facebook Ads, sales funnels, and algorithm changes and go straight for online collaborative partners such as podcast hosts, bloggers, and who already have the “know, like, and...
In this episode, we discuss emotions and how they affect our money decisions. Will you do things differently or the same? How has your family affected your relationship with money? These are some questions to explore as you listen to this episode.
Welcome to Money Talk With Tiff, a podcast where we discuss everything money from tips and tricks to current events, follow me on my journey to become debt-free and meet other cool people along the way. I am your host, Tiffany Grant now let's talk money.
I want to talk about something extremely personal. And that's relationships with money. Everybody's experiences with money and their role models with money are different from person to person. So a little bit about how I got interested in money. Growing up, I didn't really have solid financial role models. Everybody in my family is a spender. So, I had to learn how to be a saver, rather than following the same path as everyone else....