The LaziMILLENNIAL Lounge for Multi-Passionate Millennials
072: I’m Multipassionate. How Do I Decide What to FOCUS On? [SIDE NOTE Sunday]

072: I’m Multipassionate. How Do I Decide What to FOCUS On? [SIDE NOTE Sunday]

February 16, 2020

Are you in love with so many things that you have no idea what to focus on? Being multipassionate is a gift, trust. But it can also be a distraction. There are times when getting focused is what you have to do in order to move forward.

But HOW do you choose something to focus on? And then, HOW do you focus?

I'm answering both questions in this SIDE NOTE Sunday episode.

 

Other episodes mentioned in this podcast:

- How to Excel as a Remote Worker with Liz Shinn of Ladies Work Remote

- Struggling to Get Results as a Multipassionate Entrepreneur? - Turn Your Goals Into Reality Podcast with Theresa Forever

 

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071: How to Excel as a Remote Worker with Liz Shinn of Ladies Work Remote

071: How to Excel as a Remote Worker with Liz Shinn of Ladies Work Remote

February 11, 2020

Liz Shinn is a UX/UI graphic designer and University of Georgia grad born and raised in Atlanta, GA. Liz loves to connect people and founded Ladies Work Remote, a coworking network for women who work remotely, in order to bring women together who work from home. The group now has chapters in five different cities and meets on a regular basis in local coffee shops to cowork. 

Follow Ladies Work Remote on Instagram and Facebook.

In this episode, Liz and I discuss:

  • the different types of remote work
  • benefits and challenges of working remotely (and how to overcome those challenges!)
  • Ladies Work Remote, a coworking group for women 
  • how to find remote job positions

Follow Rachel on Instagram or Facebook or visit the Harmony website.

 

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Elephant Funeral has provided The LaziMILLENNIAL Lounge Podcast with written permission to use his song “Streetlights” in podcast episodes. Check out more of his amazing music on YouTube, SoundCloud, and Instagram.

070: When the Comfort Zone is Just Too Dang Comfortable [SIDE NOTE Sunday]

070: When the Comfort Zone is Just Too Dang Comfortable [SIDE NOTE Sunday]

February 2, 2020

This SIDE NOTE Sunday episode is all about the dangers of the comfort zone, as realized by a tired, pregnant woman with an apple.

 

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Elephant Funeral has provided The LaziMILLENNIAL Lounge Podcast with written permission to use his song “Streetlights” in podcast episodes. Check out more of his amazing music on YouTube, SoundCloud, and Instagram.

069: Move Past Your Fears with This 3-Step Approach from Jasamine Hill aka The Fear Hurdler

069: Move Past Your Fears with This 3-Step Approach from Jasamine Hill aka The Fear Hurdler

January 28, 2020

Learn how to overcome your fear of getting started, with life coach Jasamine Hill aka The Fear Hurdler.

Jasamine Hill is a Life Coach, Author and the Founder of The Fear Hurdler- a brand dedicated to teaching women to defeat fear and self-doubt so they can take action to launch their business or brand.

After getting fired from her dream job and overcoming a few fears of her own, Jasamine recognized how her God-given talents would lead her into a wealth of entrepreneurial opportunities.  

Jasamine began her coaching business shortly after getting her coaching certification in 2015. Her willingness to help others see their potential led her to begin capturing unique clientele that sought to identify their self-imposed limitations and barriers to progress.

To date, Jasamine has written captivating articles that have been featured on LifeHack.org, Blavity, and 21ninety just to name a few. In 2019, Jasamine released her highly anticipated book; The Roller Coaster Effect: How to turn your fear into fuel, your passion into purpose, and enjoy the ride of life.                                  

In between working actively working on her brand, you may find her on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University as an adjunct professor in the Department of Health and Human Performance. Jasamine is a renowned speaker and member of Toastmasters International, the International Coaching Federation, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. 

 

Contact Information

Instagram: @thefearhurdler

Facebook: @thefearhurdler

YouTube

 

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Elephant Funeral has provided The LaziMILLENNIAL Lounge Podcast with written permission to use his song “Streetlights” in podcast episodes. Check out more of his amazing music on YouTube, SoundCloud, and Instagram.

068: Overcoming Insecurities in Business [SIDE NOTE Sunday]

068: Overcoming Insecurities in Business [SIDE NOTE Sunday]

January 19, 2020

Insecurity is normal, whether personal or professional in nature. As a business-owner, it's easy to develop even more insecurities due to external pressure. This SIDE NOTE Sunday episode is all about 3 common insecurities business owners face and how to overcome them.

 

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Elephant Funeral has provided The LaziMILLENNIAL Lounge Podcast with written permission to use his song “Streetlights” in podcast episodes. Check out more of his amazing music on YouTube, SoundCloud, and Instagram.

067: Behind the Scenes of the Layered Living Planner for the Modern, Multipassionate Woman with Brittani Hunt and Tanisha Carothers of HerSpace Co

067: Behind the Scenes of the Layered Living Planner for the Modern, Multipassionate Woman with Brittani Hunt and Tanisha Carothers of HerSpace Co

January 14, 2020

Planners. The first things that come to mind might be productivity tips, time management strategies, and calendars. But the Layered Living Planner from HerSpace Co is much more than that. It's a life system for the modern woman, and an incredible option for multipassionate millennials. 

This episode with the founders of HerSpace Co and creaters of The Layered Living Planner takes you behind the scenes to witness the process of creating the planner.

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Brittani Hunt and Tanisha Carothers are the founders of HerSpace Co. and creators of The Layered Living Planner. HerSpace Co. took form a decade ago even before it had its name. From creating innovative tools to curating meaningful experiences, the founders of HerSpace Co. have found themselves holding space for the modern woman as she lives and evolves intentionally.

Both Tanisha and Brittani currently hold full-time careers. Tanisha is an attorney by day and Brittani a director in higher education. But neither are part-time in their love and labor to HerSpace Co. Their most recent labor of love for the modern woman has been the creation of The Layered Living Planner. Coined as the life system for the modern woman, The Layered Living Planner is designed to journey alongside the modern woman as she juggles her responsibilities, while also intentionally tending to her many layers. This tool is built around 12 layers of the modern woman and leaves no rock unturned in the life of the modern woman. From dreams and relationships to wellness and finances the Layered Living Planner has the modern woman covered.

Contact Information

www.herspaceco.com

Instagram: @herspaceco

Facebook: @herspaceco

 

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Elephant Funeral has provided The LaziMILLENNIAL Lounge Podcast with written permission to use his song “Streetlights” in podcast episodes. Check out more of his amazing music on YouTube, SoundCloud, and Instagram.

 

066: Choosing a 2020 Word of the Year + My Word of the Year [SIDE NOTE Sunday]

066: Choosing a 2020 Word of the Year + My Word of the Year [SIDE NOTE Sunday]

January 5, 2020

Find out what my word of the year for 2020 is and how you can choose your own word of the year to make 2020 a year for the books!

(Hint: It's super relevant to my personal life, my service business, AND my podcast for millennials.)

 

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Elephant Funeral has provided The LaziMILLENNIAL Lounge Podcast with written permission to use his song “Streetlights” in podcast episodes. Check out more of his amazing music on YouTube, SoundCloud, and Instagram.

065: Pursing Multiple Degrees at the Same Time with Shanece Green

065: Pursing Multiple Degrees at the Same Time with Shanece Green

December 3, 2019

Shanece Green is a dual MS in Public Health, MBA and second year PharmD candidate at Campbell University. She is from Portsmouth, Virginia and completed her Bachelor of Science in Biology while minoring in Chemistry at Virginia Commonwealth University. Upon graduating, she is interested in working as apart of a medical team for athletes as a clinical pharmacist specializing in pain management, natural medicine, and patient education. She is currently working on two research projects, one being the second phase of diabetes literacy in a rural health center. In this phase she is incorporating media intervention to improve diabetes literacy after teaching a diabetes prevention program through the CDC. The second project is with Campbell’s football team to assess literacy of signs and symptoms of concussions, anxiety and depression, and medication literacy for over the counter products and supplements among the athletes and medical staff. Whenever she has a break from school and working, she loves to relax by spending time with family and traveling.

 

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Elephant Funeral has provided The LaziMILLENNIAL Lounge Podcast with written permission to use his song “Streetlights” in podcast episodes. Check out more of his amazing music on YouTube, SoundCloud, and Instagram.

064 SIDE NOTE Sunday: Starting a Side Hustle with No Money

064 SIDE NOTE Sunday: Starting a Side Hustle with No Money

November 10, 2019

It takes money to make money, but not always...Here's a look at all the side hustles I've ever had, most of which cost no money upfront.

How to Start a Side Hustle with No Money

 

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Elephant Funeral has provided The LaziMILLENNIAL Lounge Podcast with written permission to use his song “Streetlights” in podcast episodes. Check out more of his amazing music on YouTube, SoundCloud, and Instagram.

063: Meet the Millennial Making Math More Accessible through Music with Marcus Blackwell of Make Music Count

063: Meet the Millennial Making Math More Accessible through Music with Marcus Blackwell of Make Music Count

October 22, 2019

Marcus Blackwell is the CEO and Founder of Make Music Count, a math curriculum and app taught through playing the piano. He received a B.S in Mathematics from Morehouse College and has played professional gospel piano since the age of 16. Marcus dedicates his energy to developing creative methods for students to embrace mathematics. His math platform is implemented  in school systems to work directly with students connecting the mathematical dots where the traditional methods of teaching fall short. Marcus believes that if students eliminate their math phobia they’ll be able to reach their full educational potential.

In this conversation with millennial entrepreneur Marcus, we discuss the origins of Make Music Count and how he used his college coursework to develop this business idea, business models Make Music Count has gone through since its creation, and hiring practices as the business continues to grow.

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Also mentioned in this episode:

New Schools Venture Fund

Center for Civic Innovation

WeWork

 

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