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#WorkYourPlan Podcast with Kendra

The #WorkYourPlan with Kendra podcast features Kendra Tillman, the founder of StrongHer.me, engaged in authentic conversations with other go-getter women living their business or ministry calling and the everyday ways they work their plan. These conversations inspire action for women seeking to coach themselves through the mental barriers that try to silence their authentic voice.
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May 23, 2017

Entrepreunership is one of my absolute favorite topics. For the month of May we are sitting down with 4 enterprising women to learn from their entrepreneurial journey. It's really important for me to showcase everyday women who remind us of what's possible with growth, some grit and a whole lot of God's grace. These 4 women each have a unique spin on entrepreneurship. Some of them work their businesses on the side while working for someone else. Others are full time entrepreneurs or have been in the past. Either way, they have tapped into their unique giftings and found work they love and are being paid for. Your going to love their stories!

Crystal Stine

These week's featured entrepreneur is Crystal Stine. Crystal makes a living as a writer. She encourages women to pursue holy hustle - a work hard, rest well lifestyle that chases faith instead of fame. Mama to a 5-year-old (and married to her high school sweetheart),  Crystal is the author of “Creative Basics: 30 Days to Awesome Social Media Art,” creator of the popular “Clarity Coaching” Course, editor of "Craving Connection" and host of the annual Write 31 Days challenge.

This week's episode is part 2 of a two part conversation I had with Crystal about developing your writing passion right where you are. We get specific about the practice of writing, practical suggestions for working your writing muscle and Crystal shares a little of her journey to her first traditionally published book. 

 

Connect with Crystal online:

Her website: CrystalStine.me

Instagram: @CrystalStine

 

Show Notes:

Write 31 Days

Holy Hustle

Declare Conference

Hope Writers

Harvest House Publishers

Enneagram

 

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Connect with Kendra at @strongherevent on Instagram or @strongernetwork on Twitter.

Ask a question on the podcast episode at strongerthanyouthink.co/blog or by emailing strongerevent@gmail.com.

May 12, 2017

Entrepreunership is one of my absolute favorite topics. For the month of May we are sitting down with 4 enterprising women to learn from their entrepreneurial journey. It's really important for me to showcase everyday women who remind us of what's possible with growth, some grit and a whole lot of God's grace. These 4 women each have a unique spin on entrepreneurship. Some of them work their businesses on the side while working for someone else. Others are full time entrepreneurs or have been in the past. Either way, they have tapped into their unique giftings and found work they love and are being paid for. Your going to love their stories!

Crystal Stine

These week's featured entrepreneur is Crystal Stine. Crystal makes a living as a writer. She encourages women to pursue holy hustle - a work hard, rest well lifestyle that chases faith instead of fame. Mama to a 5-year-old (and married to her high school sweetheart),  Crystal is the author of “Creative Basics: 30 Days to Awesome Social Media Art,” creator of the popular “Clarity Coaching” Course, editor of "Craving Connection" and host of the annual Write 31 Days challenge.

This week's episode is part 1 of a two part conversation I had with Crystal about developing your writing passion right where you are. We talk about Crystal's journey to writing as a career. She pulls back the curtain on what her writing life looks like *spoiler alert* it's not glamorous. We also discuss how blogging has evolved to allow women to make a living from home.

Come back next week for Part 2. We get specific about the practice of writing and Crystal shares a little of her journey to her first traditionally published book. 

 

Connect with Crystal online:

Her website: CrystalStine.me

Instagram: @CrystalStine

 

Show Notes:

Write 31 Days

 

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New podcasts episodes available on Thursdays.

If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on iTunes and write a short review.

Connect with Kendra at @strongherevent on Instagram or @strongernetwork on Twitter.

Ask a question on the podcast episode at strongerthanyouthink.co/blog or by emailing strongerevent@gmail.com.

May 5, 2017

Entrepreunership is one of my absolute favorite topics. For the month of May we are sitting down with 4 enterprising women to learn from their entrepreneurial journey. It's really important for me to showcase everyday women who remind us of what's possible with growth, some grit and a whole lot of God's grace. These 4 women each have a unique spin on entrepreneurship. Some of them work their businesses on the side while working for someone else. Others are full time entrepreneurs or have been in the past. Either way, they have tapped into their unique giftings and found work they love and are being paid for. Your going to love their stories!

Debi Adams

Our first guest for this series is Debi Adams. I met Debi in my previous job. She is a very gifted designer and artists. You can see 3 examples of her work over on the StrongerThanYouThink.co blog. She even has her own product line!

Debi has been involved in the art industry for more than 35 years and feels blessed to make a living from her passions. Her experiences include floral arranging, sewing, home and party decor, calligraphy, watercolor, set stylizing, photography as well as paper crafting. She has been featured in Somerset Studios, Apronology, Where Women Create, Where Women Cook and a myriad of other magazines and books. A teacher by degree but an artist at heart, Debi is a California native but relocated to Arizona just two years ago. She loves spending time with her four grown daughters and “junking” at
garage/estate sales and thrift stores.

You can view her work on her blog at www.debi-adams.com
on Instagram: @debi_adams
on Facebook: Debi Adams

on Spellbinders Paper Arts website: Debi's Collection

Show Notes:
SNAP Conference

 

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New podcasts episodes available on Thursdays.

If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on iTunes and write a short review.

Connect with Kendra at @strongherevent on Instagram or @strongernetwork on Twitter.

Ask a question on the podcast episode at strongerthanyouthink.co/blog or by emailing strongerevent@gmail.com.

May 3, 2017

April was Financial Awareness month. Our theme for our April podcast episodes was MONEY!

The 2 financial coaches joining us for April's discussions, Ericka Young and Shehara Smallwood.
 
Shehara Smallwood
 
Shehara L. Smallwood is from Columbus, OH and graduated with a B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from The Ohio State University.  In 2004, she changed careers  to pursue her passion for helping others with their financial affairs. During her more than 12 year career, she worked with a global financial institution and a national broker dealer firm. In July 2016, she launched her fee-only fiduciary firm called, Your Story Financial, LLC, which allows her to provide unbiased financial advice. 

You don't have to be a victim to your past choices or your current circumstances. This episode will remind you that you can learn to be a better a money manager. It's empowering when you realize you do have options, even when your bank balance would say otherwise.

In this episode we discussed the concept of money buckets and why you shouldn't keep all of your money in one bucket. Shehara is great at explaining basic money concepts in plain English. She answers some questions from listeners around how to be more disciplined in handling your finances and what to do if your outflow is greater than your income.

 

Show Notes:

Digit Savings App

The Automatic Millionaire by David Bach

You Need A Budget - YNAB.com

EveryDollar.com

 

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Connect with Kendra at @strongerevent on Instagram or @strongernetwork on Twitter.

Ask a question on the podcast episode at strongerthanyouthink/.co or by emailing strongerevent@gmail.com.

May 2, 2017

April was Financial Awareness month. Our theme for our April podcast episodes was MONEY!

The 2 financial coaches joining us for April's discussions, Ericka Young and Shehara Smallwood.
 
Ericka Young
 
Ericka Young of Tailor-made Budgets is a Dave Ramsey certified budget coach who has helped over 200 families become better money managers. Ericka and her husband Chris know the financial struggles of trying to live the "American dream". After they paid off nearly $100,000 of debt themselves they vowed never to return to that place again and to help other families "change their family tree."
 
In episode 9 we talked about your money past and the importance of forgiving your family, your spouse and possibly even yourself for past mistakes with money. In episode 10 we talk in detail about how to move from paycheck to paycheck living and how to get on the same page with your spouse about money.
 
Learning to manage money is a muscle that must be developed. Our kids need time to practice this skill in the home. In this episode Ericka explains how to begin preparing your child from an early age into early adulthood.  Also, did you know where your child chooses to go to college and how they pay for it could impact their financial future greater than any other financial decision they make? Our job is not done when our kids graduate high school. We spend most of this episode discussing the importance of our involvement in our child's college planning, so college doesn't become a long term financial burden to our children or to us. We wrap up the episode discussing the importance of setting boundaries around your finances with adult children.

Show Notes:

Ericka's website and her new book, Naked & Unashamed: 10 Money Conversations Every Couple Must Have

Tailor-made Teens Download

 

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New podcasts episodes available on Thursdays.

If you enjoyed the show, please rate it on iTunes and write a short review.

Connect with Kendra at @strongerevent on Instagram or @strongernetwork on Twitter.

Ask a question on the podcast episode at strongerthanyouthink/.co or by emailing strongerevent@gmail.com.

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