Emeka Nnaka shares his story of hope and perseverance after a spinal cord injury.
You can have a dream, but achieving that dream can be daunting. Money can be an obstacle, or it can be a tool. And what about expertise? Melissa tells how she tackled the money problem, built a coaching business teaching others what she learned, and authored her first book.
Terry Weaver is a speaker, author, and ideapreneur. In this episode, we discuss influence, impact, and Making Elephants Fly.
Author, speaker, and storyteller Matt Ham shares his vision for 2018, essential questions to find your voice, and how a teachable moment for his kids turned into a teachable moment for us all.
Ronne Rock tells stories that change stories. She is a writer, blogger, speaker, advocate, and adventurer.
Courtney Buzzell talks about storytelling and marketing—and what it means to be authentic. Courtney owns Proximo Marketing Strategies, an international digital marketing firm based in Virginia, and CoWork Gloucester, a business incubator. She co-authored the book Brass Ovaries: Own Yours.*
In September 2017, Mashona walked the 125-mile Harriet Tubman Byway. She shares her journey and perspective on walking and calling.
In this episode, Michelle Discavage talks about her Bible study, Unnamed Women of the Bible, the lies we believe, and how truth can change our stories.