Janet Michelle Podcast

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Synopsis

Hello beautiful people. Thank you for stopping by. Janet Michelle dot com is a digital platform that celebrates women. Period! It’s a place for sharing stories, lessons, empowerment, education, and covering the boss moves women are making in business. As a young girl, self expression or saying what was on my heart and mind always came at price. The cost was usually the crushing of my self confidence. When I became pregnant at the age of 15, my world grew smaller and the proverbial walls grew taller. It resulted in me journaling a lot. In my journal I could say whatever I wanted. I could celebrate my wins, express my disapointments, and plan for better. In 2015, I got up the courage to start the blog janet michelle dot com – a safe digital space. However, through the years, I realized that I didn’t want a place just for me as blogs tend to be focused on a indivuals journey. I wanted to share the space with others. So here we are. Thriving and evolving. The essence of a blog is still here. As the platform grows, so will the voices and stories of many other women. I firmly believe that controlling our narratives by telling our stories our way is very important, especially in todays climate. In 2018, the Janet Michelle podcast launched as an extension of the brand. Now you can listen to Janet Michelle dot com on the go. It’s available for download on iTunes, SoundCloud, and GooglePlay. I’m always looking for women to tell their truth, share their wins and lessons on this platform. If that’s you, slide on over to the guest contributors page and submit your information. I would love to hear from you. Before I go, please understand that your voice matters, your stories are relevant, and never dim your light to appease the insecurities of others. I appreciate you and love you!

Episodes

  • Season 2 Janet Michelle Live Show Episode 3

    Season 2 Janet Michelle Live Show Episode 3

    30/08/2020 Duration: 55min

    On this episode: Commentary on Beyonce's "Black Is King", Women in Hip Hop's Me Too Moment, Judge Salas Speaks Out, Post Office/Election Theft, Voter Information, New Music Alert. Like | Subscribe | Follow @janetmichelleblog on Instagram and Facebook.

  • Season 2 Episode 2 Dr. Carleah East

    Season 2 Episode 2 Dr. Carleah East

    06/02/2020 Duration: 42min

    Season 2 -Episode 2 features Clinical Psychotherapist, Dr. Carleah East Founder and CEO of S.M.I.L.E. Psychology and Associates LLC and author of The Hangover: Overcoming Emotional Addiction: 12-Steps for Emotional Sobriety. During this interview, we discuss Mental health in the black community and why we stay two steps behind. It's an interview you don't want to miss.

  • Author, Alan Perry Episode 1 - Season 2

    Author, Alan Perry Episode 1 - Season 2

    20/01/2020 Duration: 30min

    Get Up, Get Out, and Get Something: A Message to the increased Black man is An inspirational self-help book written for incarcerated black men. A cry of urgency for the readers to stand up and be competitive, and to stand up and become men. Highly suggesting that readers begin their journey of self-improvement by changing their attitude and the way they view life. Also, challenging the readers to become positive and productive citizens in their communities. The text helps black men navigate in a country where they find themselves at the bottom of the economic ladder. I hope you enjoy the interview. Don’t forget to subscribe and rate the podcast. Your support is appreciated.

  • Episode 13 Domestic Violence My Healing Journey

    Episode 13 Domestic Violence My Healing Journey

    15/10/2019 Duration: 23min

    This podcast explores my healing journey after leaving a relationship full of violence. The phrase “the will to live” has really been on my mind a lot lately. For me it signifies that while everything in my life suggested that I should give up, I did not. Surviving traumatic life experiences is one thing, but to find healing from those experiences is an entire different journey, a journey that I still find my self on. I want to take the moment during Domestic Violence Awareness month to share some nuggets that have helped me on my journey of healing. Resources: The National Domestic Violence Hotline - 1-800-799-7233 Women's Resource Center to End Domestic Violence Decatur Georgia Crisis Line 1-404-688-9436 24/7 Georgia Statewide Hotline 1-800-334-2836 https://www.wrcdv.org/getting-help https://ncadv.org/signs-of-abuse Download and subscribe to the Podcast Join the Glow Up Gang mailing list at janetmichelle.com

  • Episode 12 Nona Barnes, CEO 9Nine86 Jewelry and Gifts

    Episode 12 Nona Barnes, CEO 9Nine86 Jewelry and Gifts

    29/08/2019 Duration: 44min

    On Episode 12 Janet Michelle Interviews Nona Barnes, CEO of 9Nine86 Gifts and More. Instead of being consumed by grief listen as Nona shares her story of how tragedy birthed a renewed sense of purpose in her life.

  • Episode 11 Sarah Elizabeth Moore, City Council Candidate District 7

    Episode 11 Sarah Elizabeth Moore, City Council Candidate District 7

    13/08/2019 Duration: 32min

    The future is now! In Episode 11 Janet Michelle Interviews Sarah Elizabeth Moore, City Council Candidate for District 7, St. Petersburg, Florida. Listen in as Sarah shares her inspiration for running for office. As well provide greater insight into her platform.

  • Episode 10 Taliah Dancil - Chop Jr Winner | Model | Actress

    Episode 10 Taliah Dancil - Chop Jr Winner | Model | Actress

    31/07/2019 Duration: 26min

    Janet Michelle Interviews Taliah Dancil, Chop Jr Winner, Model and Actress.

  • Episode 9 Jamiah Dancil, CEO of MiahJay Foods

    Episode 9 Jamiah Dancil, CEO of MiahJay Foods

    03/07/2019 Duration: 38min

    On this episode, Janet Michelle Interviews JaMiah Dancil, CEO of MiaJay Foods. Family, food, and spices we talk about it all. To shop the product visit https://miahjayfoods.com Follow MiaJay Foods on instagram @miahjayfoods

  • Episode 9 JaMiah Dancil, CEO of MiaJay Foods

    Episode 9 JaMiah Dancil, CEO of MiaJay Foods

    03/07/2019 Duration: 38min

    On this episode, Janet Michelle Interviews JaMiah Dancil, CEO of MiaJay Foods. Family, food, and spices we talk about it all. To shop the product visit https://miahjayfoods.com Follow MiaJay Foods on instagram @miahjayfoods

  • Episode 8 - Bolaji Ajike, CEO of Afroganix

    Episode 8 - Bolaji Ajike, CEO of Afroganix

    22/06/2019 Duration: 44min

    Welcome to the Janet Michelle Podcast. Today's guest is Bolaji Ajike CEO of AfroGanix, Black Multi-vendor Marketplace. Platforms that make it easier for us to shop with black businesses, can also help the black dollar circulate longer in the community. www.afroganix.co Subscribe and Download the podcast today!

  • Podcast Episode 7 Anne Hirsh - City Council Candidate, District 5

    Podcast Episode 7 Anne Hirsh - City Council Candidate, District 5

    12/06/2019 Duration: 38min

    Janet Michelle Interviews Anne Hirsh - City Council Candidate, District 5 for St. Petersburg, Florida.

  • Episode 6 Eritha Akile Cainion, District 7 City Council Candidate

    Episode 6 Eritha Akile' Cainion, District 7 City Council Candidate

    09/06/2019 Duration: 32min

    Janet Michelle interviews Eritha Akile' Cainion a candidate for City Council Representative District 7 in St. Peterburg, Florida. Eritha is the Director of Agitation and Propaganda of the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) and the Editor-in-Chief of The Burning Spear newspaper.

  • EPISODE 4 #SurvivingSexualTrauma w/Special Guest Essence Cohen-Fields  Bianca Goolsby

    EPISODE 4 #SurvivingSexualTrauma w/Special Guest Essence Cohen-Fields & Bianca Goolsby

    08/01/2019 Duration: 42min

    Episode 4 , Surviving Sexual Trauma hears from Licensed Professional Counselor, and CEO of First Love Yourself Counseling (F.L.Y. ) Essence Cohen-Fields and Educator and Business Owner of Level 8 Agency - A Digital Design Firm, Bianca Goolsby. Listen in as we take a moment and discuss how to recognize patterns and signs of abuse, tools to use while in recovery and self care.

  • EPISODE 3: Tiffanie Walton, RN and CEO of Neat Health Services LLC

    EPISODE 3: Tiffanie Walton, RN and CEO of Neat Health Services LLC

    28/11/2018 Duration: 21min

    In episode three we hear Tiffanie Walton, RN and CEO of Neat Health Services LLC. Tiffanie is also the Author of A Caregivers Guide for Deciding on both Long and Shortrerm Facility Admissions. We discuss PrEp the HIV prevention medication, as well how education can help in closing medical gaps of care along with several other topics.

  • Coleen Otero Episode 1

    Coleen Otero Episode 1

    15/11/2018 Duration: 35min

    On this episode, we will hear from Coleen Otero, a millennial entrepreneur that builds a 6-figure brand after losing it all in the recession.