In this episode, Alisha Interviews Luck Davidson
Alisha talks to Luck Davidson about the importance of being a localist and supporting Local Independent businesses.
Episode 20 Notes:
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Here are some of the topics we touch on in this episode.
You can’t have it all
Balancing act between wanting to be a mother and doing work
Putting work on the back-Burner
Triad Local First
Your dollar is a vote
Downtown book stores Scuppernog
Sonder Floatation tanks and Well café
Ann and Ann
I’d rather be in a place where there are a lot of problems to solve
Always want to have issues that are challenging me and my community.
Develop a business plan
Find help with marketing
Take advantage of the resources available
Triad Local First
WIBON (Women Independent Business Owners Network)
Be an independent thinker
Being encouraged to fail
Recognize each failure as an experience to get you to the next place.
Nothing says abundance like a farmers market
In this episode, you’re invited to join us in listening to today’s interview with Zitty Nxumalo where we talk about leadership, entrepreneurship, and who are we really?
In this episode, you’re invited to join us in listening to the International Women’s Day Panel sponsored by Lululemon Greensboro called “The other 364 days”.
In this episode, Alisha interviews Andra West LeBauer on self-care, mindfulness and learning to express boundaries. Bonus! Andra also made a special mediation for all of you on boundaries! Open up, listen and then also check out the roots and branches mediation Andra made for all of you!
In this episode, the tables are turned and Katie Marshall interview’s Alisha on learning to flex your intuition muscle, how it’s not where you end up it’s the process that get’s you there that matters, and how it get’s way messier before it get’s better.
Alisha talks to Jodee about giving back to your community, leadership and embracing your quirks.
Alisha talks to Jordan about entrepreneurship, calling it like it is, and the power of the pack.
Alisha talks to Leah about writing, editing, motherhood and nostalgia for the future.
Alisha talks real talk with Jada, Sarah, and Victoria about how we set goals and how we get after them and make them happen.
Alisha talks to Denise about learning to feel comfortable in your own skin, finding what’s right for you, and knowing you’re good enough.
Alisha talks to Camilia about the power of volunteering, giving back, making soap, building a business and having faith in yourself.