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Life in it’s Rawest Form with Qiana Hicks

Qiana Hicks is a mother, a college graduate, a career professional, and an author. I was born in Gary, Indiana, and raised in a single-parent home, for the most part. Her parents were drug and alcohol addicts, and her father spent most of his youth in prison. Ms. Hicks grew up living with an older brother and a younger sister. 

Ms.Hicks’ MISSION IS TO HELP OTHERS WHO ARE DEALING WITH SIMILAR CIRCUMSTANCES – Coming from a single parent, disadvantaged household, she can relate to others who live in those conditions. She can also relate to growing up in an impoverished environment, where resources are scarce. All the while, she dreamed of one day having a better life. She became a mother at an early age, and most people had already counted me out as never becoming a contributing member of society. If her past experiences and how she applied them to making a better life for her son and her can inspire and motivate others, she believe her book can help you on your mission for helping others.

http://www.qianahicks.com/

Rebranding the Podcast: Introducing Jegna Podcast

On today’s episode, we say goodbye to Woke Podcast and Hello to Jegna Podcast. Yes, I am rebranding the podcast. The concept will be similar however the for is more on personal development and sharing story of people who attempt to cultivate a better world for those around them. Please be sure to tune in and share the podcast as we continue to grow. Much Love. Be Safe. Be Constructive. Be Elite!

A Jegna is a person who is still growing, still a learner, still with potential, and whose life continues to have within it promise for and connection to the future. A Jegna is a person who deserves respect and honor and whose work it is to synthesize wisdom from life long experience and formulate this into a legacy for future generations. The word”Jegna”is a translation from the ancient kingdom of Abyssinian. In the African culture, Jegna is a title of distinction. Translated into English it means: hero, warrior, soldier, courage, strength and protection of our culture, land and people, and elder.

www,jegnainstitute.com

Ep.33 – Self Check & Survival Stress Management

On today’s episode, we discuss the importance of managing your stress and how stress is connected to your own personal development. It is no secret that stress is something that we all encounter on a daily basis. Stress is a part of everyday life. However, the key to developing a healthy lifestyle is associated with how we manage stress. Unfortunately, many people manage their stress by utilizing Fantasy Thinking.

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~Be Safe
~Be Constructive
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Ep.32 – Discussing Relationships w/ The Date Night Diva😘🖤💔

Relationship Roles A Historical Perspective with Brandon Jones

Where did the idea of roles come from? How important are roles in relationships? What role do you play in relationships? How has gender equality effected the roles of romantic relationships? We discuss all of this and more on this episode of Chronicles of the Date Night Diva: Where Dating, Relationships, and Love Collide!

To listen to the show outside of St. PAUL, we stream live attunein.com (select WEQY-LP radio station). Post questions or comments below for the upcoming show! For questions email us at askthedatenightdiva@dateback2eden.com or call us at (612) 354-6807)

 

Ep.31 – Networking with Michelle Ngome

Michelle Ngome is a Connection Enthusiast. Speaker, Author, Consultant and Host of Networking With Michelle Podcast & Founder of Line 25 Consulting. Networking With Michelle is my weekly podcast dedicated to strategic professional development. What I like to say marketing and networking strategies with a bit of entrepreneurial advice. My goal is to help professionals and entrepreneurs become intentional and influential among their circle of influence.

http://www.michellengome.com/

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Ep. 25 – The Angry Man on How To Be Successful

On this episode of the #Woke Podcast, I share some wisdom brought to you by Valdez from The Angryman Channel on YouTube. This Video is straight unfiltered heat. According to the #Angryman his self:
Usually I’m very critical of black people, but today I’ve decided to give you guys some tips that may help you succeed in your business endeavors. To be honest, this video is helpful for anyone… Not just black people. These are the keys to success that I’ve attained from the numerous books I’ve read and the countless motivational speakers I’ve listened to in my lifetime. Hopefully, these tips will serve you as well as they’ve served me.

Be sure to subscribe to the #Angryman Channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/ThaAngrymanChannel/about

Subscribe to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFP0HQURaXzZH-vAIrZe2iA

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~Be Safe
~Be Constructive
~Be Woke

Ep. 24 – The ABCs of Life

On today’s episode, I share with you the concept of the ABC’s of life.The ABCs of life is a concept that developed to help people with success, confidence, motivation, and personal development. The ABC’s of life are as followed, A represents Adaptive Awareness. B represents Balancing & Boundaries. C represents Consecutive ConstructiveChoices. It is my belief that if one applies the ABC’s of life they are putting themselves in a position to achieving any goal, executing any plan, and building a legacy.

Subscribe to Jegna Institute YouTube Chanel:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFP0HQURaXzZH-vAIrZe2iA

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~Be Safe
~Be Constructive
~Be Woke

Ep. 23 – The Importance of Organizing Black Males👨🏾‍🏭🕵🏾👨🏾‍⚕️

On this episode, I discussed the importance of black male leadership. It is not been a secret that black males have been disorganized for quite some time. However, two recent events happened that gave me hope that black males can get it together and organized to push a constructive agenda for Black people. The first example was that the NBA All-Star game with Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook being supported by their teammates. The second was popular YouTubers  The Angryman Channel, Obsidian Media Network, and Oshay Jackson came together to squash their beef. In order for black people to move forward in the United States, Black males need to be organized around constructive efforts.

The Great Hangout On BGS IBMOR channel: Black Manosphere Summit

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/ThaAngrymanChannel

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCueWAuV35HS-pkoKt0rmhbA/feed

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAVjeY6fYjvvcGjvVgET2RQ

Ep. 22 – Be the CEO of Your Life w/ Dave Anderson (The Business Bully)

Dave Anderson is a Motivational Speaker, Author, Business Coach, and Branding Expert.  His latest book release “Pitch, Close, Upsell, Repeat” topped the Amazon Kindle Best Seller Charts in two leading business categories. Dave has appeared on CNN, Bravo, VH1, and within the pages of Ebony Magazine. He has worked with nationwide personalities Rickey Smiley, Wendy Williams, and DJ Clue. He is the author of several books and creator of the IBrandU online course experience. Currently embarked on the Pitch, Close, Upsell, Repeat Public Speaking Tour. For booking and arrangements contact info@innerbrand.org

http://businessbullyshow.com/

Ep.21 – Yvette Cornell Dropping Truth 💣🔑💯

On today’s episode of the Woke Podcast, take a quick listen to Yvette Cornell from breakingbrown.com who shares some critical insight about how black people need to regain focus and apply logic in order to move forward in the current society that we live in.

Yvette Carnell writes about politics, international and cultural issues for Your Black World and is the founder of BreakingBrown.

Before embarking on a career in new media, she served as a Congressional aide, first to Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA), and later to former Congressman Marion Berry (D-AR).

In her time on the Hill, she also worked as Regional Field Director for America’s Families United (AFU), one of the largest non-profit Get Out the Vote (GOTV) campaigns active during the 2004 election cycle.

In the broader Democratic Party, she served as assistant to the Director of the Women’s Vote Center at the Democratic National Committee (DNC). She has since distanced herself from the Democratic Party and considers herself an independent.

Her articles have been featured in the Huffington Post and YourBlackWorld. She has been featured by national news outlets including, but not limited to; The Nation, The Guardian, Politico and NPR.

She received a B.A. in Political Science from Howard University.

Original Youtube clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMBepXGy8Nw

Be Sure to check her out further:

The web: http://breakingbrown.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ydcarnell
Instagram: ycarnell
Twitter: @BreakingBrown

 

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