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I’m here to challenge you to be your best self by creating a business and career that is sustainable, abundant, and enriching, without playing by other people’s rules.
In this introductory episode, I’m talking about the origins of Color Your Dreams and how my past experiences as a grassroots organizer, activist, and nonprofit fundraiser led me to be a business and career coach for women of color and allies. I’m sharing the exact moment I realized I wanted to own a coaching business and why I’m so passionate about bringing women of color and allies together.
As your host, I will guide you to take aligned action towards your legacy, listen to your intuition, honor your ancestors, and learn practical and sustainable strategies so you don’t burn out.
What We Cover in This Episode:
- Where the Color Your Dreams movement began
- What Color Your Dreams is all about
- My experience as a grassroots organizer
- Where the name Color Your Dreams came from
- The importance of understanding people’s backgrounds
- The beauty of diversity
- Why I focus on bringing women of color and allies together
At the end of every episode I’ll be sharing a reflective question and an action for you to take, so make sure you stick around for those each week!
Let’s color your dreams to create your legacy.
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