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Work Your Plan 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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Dec 16, 2019

Last week and this week we’re talking about your year in review and mentally preparing for a new year with a one word theme. 

Isha Cogborn Year in Review

Our guest-mentor for today's episode is Isha Cogborn. Isha is the Founder & CEO of Epiphany Institute–a personal development firm that helps people connect their purpose and passion to their profession. She specializes in helping coaches,consultants, authors and other experts build their platforms and personal brands so they can make a bigger impact on the world. She’s the author of personal branding primer, 5 Rules to Win Being You, and On Purpose: Practical Strategies to Live Your Best Life, as well as a frequent keynote speaker and trainer. Tried by fire, Isha operates with resilience birthed from being a teenage mother on welfare, corporate layoffs and a bout with homelessness after a failed business venture. Determined to find purpose in her struggles, Isha founded Startup Life Support in 2017 to help entrepreneurs overcome the fear, frustration and isolation of starting a business. You can connect with Isha on your favorite social media networks and subscribe to her podcasts, Clear Talk and On Purpose with Isha Cogborn, wherever you listen.

Start reflecting on your year by conducting your own year in review:

  1. List your 3 most memorable WINS of 2019.
  2. What did you try that you didn’t complete, but you plan to keep working towards in 2020?
  3. What are 1-2 lessons learned in 2019 that will change how you approach 2020?

If you haven’t already head over to the blog and grab the free Year in Review download at today’s episode: strongher.me/episode66.

WRAP UP

This is the last podcast episode of 2019. This is our 66th episode, so if you’re new to the podcast, there’s plenty of great episodes you’ve missed. Even if you’re not new, more than likely you’ve missed a few. If you follow me on instagram @KendraTillman or if you’re on my email list, I’ll be sharing the most popular episodes for you to go back and listen to. 

The first episode of the new year will be  be back on New Year’s Day. I’ll be sharing my guide to 1 Day Goal Planning while talking with my friend, La’Vista Jones. La’Vista was the guest for last year’s 1 Day Goal Planning (episode 38). 

Episode Suggestions & Resources:

Download your one page sheet for conducting your own year in review: Year in Review One Sheet

Isha Cogborn - PlatformforPurpose.com

Take the Kolbe Assessment: https://www.kolbe.com/kolbe-a-index/.

Let's interpret your results at the Virtual Life Vision Retreat: strongher.me/virtualretreat 

Book: The 12 Week Year by Brian P. Moran & Michael Lennington

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Episode 65 *ENCORE* Finishing Strong When You're Tired

Episode 38 Go-Getter's Guide to 1 Day Goal Planning (2018)

Episode 36 Your Year in Review (2018)

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Purchase Bundles of the STRONG Womanhood Growth Journal: StrongHer.me/StrongJournal

The STRONG Womanhood Growth Journal: Activate the Courage to Live Out Your Calling is a self directed guide for women who want to be active participants in their personal transformation and are looking for a process to mentor them through it. And it's finally here!

Get it at Amazon: BUY THE BOOK

Amazon Book Review: "I highly recommend this journal. I discovered actionable steps to take on my next journey into becoming more consistent with reaching my goals. The messages shared by Kendra are full of wisdom and timeless. The thought provoking questions will assist you in transforming into a confident and courageous woman."

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Subscribe to the #WorkYourPlan Podcast and published episodes will come right to the podcast app on your phone and/or join our email list for a daily email reminder when a new episode is ready.

If you enjoyed the show, please subscribe, rate it on iTunes with a short review.

Connect with Kendra personally @kendratillman on Instagram.

Ask a question on the podcast episode at strongher.me or by emailing strongerevent@gmail.com.

Dec 4, 2019

This week is an encore from last year - the secret to finishing strong when you’re tired.This episode was so well received and so relevant I thought I would share it again. It’s a short, practical episode. Stick around until the end, because there’s a homework assignment to prepare you for next week’s year in review episode. 

Finishing Strong When You're Tired

The secret to finishing strong is not necessarily pushing harder, but embracing the rest your soul needs. In this episode we discuss:

  • Everything that grows and produces needs times to rest and recover. God has designed us to cycle between effort/work and recovery/rest.
  • When we allow time for rest and recovery, it allows things to grow stronger.
  • How do we allow time for rest when there's still work to be done?
  • How do we slow down the pace of our lives to enjoy the holiday season?

I’ve got some homework for you. Next week’s episode will be our final episode for 2019. We’re talking about our year in review and mentally preparing for a new year with a one word theme. 

Your homework is to grab the free Year in Review download at strongher.me/episode65 and start reflecting on your year by conducting your own year in review:

  1. List your 3 most memorable WINS of 2019.
  2. What did you try that you didn’t complete, but you plan to keep working towards in 2020?
  3. What are 1-2 lessons learned in 2019 that will change how you approach 2020?

Thank you for listening if this podcast has helped you mentally break free in some way in 2019, would you leave us a review on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen to this podcast. 

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Show Notes:

Download your one page sheet for conducting your own year in review: Year in Review One Sheet

Take the 5 Day Challenge: Join the Focus.me Project

The STRONG Womanhood Growth Journal: Activate the Courage to Live Out Your Calling is a self directed guide for women who want to be active participants in their personal transformation and are looking for a process to mentor them through it. And it's finally here!

Get it at Amazon: BUY THE BOOK

Amazon Book Review: "I highly recommend this journal. I discovered actionable steps to take on my next journey into becoming more consistent with reaching my goals. The messages shared by Kendra are full of wisdom and timeless. The thought provoking questions will assist you in transforming into a confident and courageous woman."

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Subscribe to the #WorkYourPlan Podcast and published episodes will come right to the podcast app on your phone and/or join our email list for a daily email reminder when a new episode is ready.

If you enjoyed the show, please subscribe, rate it on iTunes with a short review.

Connect with Kendra personally @kendratillman on Instagram.

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

Nov 27, 2019

Mel Shipman podcast

How does God heal you emotionally, when committing suicide, because you feel trapped in an abusive marriage, feels like a more honorable solution than getting a divorce?

My guest for today’s interview is Mel Shipman of NextLevel Life. Mel is a life purpose coach, an author and speaker. In this episode Mel shares how God redeemed her from an emotionally abusive marriage, how she grievied the loss of the life she had imagined and how she's learning to trust that God is using her past to redeem her future.

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Christian Counselors:

Kelli Center of Centered Living Counseling & Coaching Services

Biblical Counseling of Arizona

Quote:

"My marriage was not the recipient of my healing. Walking out the door was the catalyst for my healing."

Show Notes:

www.lifewithcoachmel.com

Instagram: @coachmelshipman

FB: @nextlevellifellc

Adventures of Hot Mama

Fearless StoryTellers Movement

"When the Soul Cries" Book

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5 Day Challenge: Join the Focus.me Project

The STRONG Womanhood Growth Journal: Activate the Courage to Live Out Your Calling is a self directed guide for women who want to be active participants in their personal transformation and are looking for a process to mentor them through it. And it's finally here!

Get it at Amazon: BUY THE BOOK

Amazon Book Review: "I highly recommend this journal. I discovered actionable steps to take on my next journey into becoming more consistent with reaching my goals. The messages shared by Kendra are full of wisdom and timeless. The thought provoking questions will assist you in transforming into a confident and courageous woman."

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Subscribe to the #WorkYourPlan Podcast and published episodes will come right to the podcast app on your phone and/or join our email list for a daily email reminder when a new episode is ready.

If you enjoyed the show, please subscribe, rate it on iTunes with a short review.

Connect with Kendra personally @kendratillman on Instagram.

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

Nov 20, 2019

Gloria Brintnall #workyourplan podcast

My guest for this episode is Pastor Gloria Brintnall. Gloria has served as an itinerant minister for several years, taking her passionate preaching and teaching of the Word of God throughout America. She's assisted in the planting and establishment of four satellite churches. She is the author of 3 books. Stuff Happens, HOPE Anyway is her most recent book and the one we'll be discussing in this interview.

I want to set the back story of why this interview was important to me. Imagine there is a couple in your church. The couple leads worship at your church. You know there kids because you serve them in the youth dept. They move away because of a call to ministry. They travel the world ministering through song. Years later, they settle into lead a church. Their kids are either young adults at this point or approaching it. They are not a constant in your life, but they are a family that you once knew. Then, one day you learn that the husband has been arrested and sentenced to prison time. This family’s world is flipped upside down. Because you are not close friends, you witness how the mom and her children move forward in their lives from a distance through Facebook. After a decade has passed the wife writes a book sharing how God kept her and her children and restored her through the storm.

Now that you have that insight, one more thing before I share the interview. I’m called to help women heal from the pain of a devastating defining moment and get on with living the good life God has planned for them. What struck me most about Pastor Gloria’s story is how her message of hope shines through in the midst of a devastating, defining moment in her life. It has not marked her with bitterness or even fear about the future. I find that remarkable and I believe you will too.

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Show Notes:

Stuff Happens: HOPE Anyway

GloriaBrintnall.com

Instagram: @GloriaBrintnall

Reach out to a local Christian therapist for help with porn addiction.

Love Must Be Tough by James Dobson

Boundaries by Dr. Henry Cloud

Every Man's Battle by Stephen Arterburn & Fred Stoeker

Tasha Cobby & Jimi Cravity  "You Know My Name with lyrics"

Tauren Wells "Echo"

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5 Day Challenge: Join the Focus.me Project

The STRONG Womanhood Growth Journal: Activate the Courage to Live Out Your Calling is a self directed guide for women who want to be active participants in their personal transformation and are looking for a process to mentor them through it. And it's finally here!

Get it at Amazon: BUY THE BOOK

Amazon Book Review: "I highly recommend this journal. I discovered actionable steps to take on my next journey into becoming more consistent with reaching my goals. The messages shared by Kendra are full of wisdom and timeless. The thought provoking questions will assist you in transforming into a confident and courageous woman."

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Subscribe to the #WorkYourPlan Podcast and published episodes will come right to the podcast app on your phone and/or join our email list for a daily email reminder when a new episode is ready.

If you enjoyed the show, please subscribe, rate it on iTunes with a short review.

Connect with Kendra personally @kendratillman on Instagram.

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

Nov 11, 2019

I already had an episode planned where I talked to my cousin, an OBGYN about women’s health. I don’t normally talk about pop culture on my podcast but this week I’m making an exception. Why? Because of 2 news stories this month: 

  1. Rapper TI takes his daughter to the gynecologist once a year to make sure she’s still a virgin and now 
  2. Because of Kanye’s conversion, people are interjecting their beliefs about how his wife should start dressing. 

I tend to keep my opinions about controversial things limited to what I share with people who personally know me because for the most part, opinions are opinions and everyone has one. In this case, I think both situations are about control. Control in any relationship, regardless of the circumstance can lead us to dangerous places. Respect isn’t found in control. Control comes from a place of fear. 

In the second half of the show I share a conversation that I had with my cousin, Founder and President of the National Birth Equity Collaborative, Dr. Joia Creer Perry. She's a thought leader around racism as a root cause of health inequities, Speaker, Trainer, Advocate, Policy Expert, and fighter for justice. She's the recipient of the Congressional Black Caucus Healthcare Hero’s award and the Maternal Health Task Force at Harvard University Global Visionary Award for Commitment to Advancing Women’s Health.

She is married to Dr. Andre Perry and has three children: Jade, Carlos, and Robeson

Her love is her family; health equity is her passion; maternal and child health are her callings.

She is a wealth information around the history of maternal health in the US and advocacy of black infant and maternal health. We discuss how racism has permeated the quality of care black women receive in this country and the importance of all women, but especially black women, being our own mental and physical health advocates.

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Show Notes:

National Birth Equity Collaborative

Join the Focus.me Project

"I come from people who didn't we were broken and needing to be fixed." - Dr. Joia Creer Perry

"America was birthed by black women midwives until the 1920s or so." - Dr. Joia Creer Perry

"Your doctor doesn't know your body better than you. I believe we all come with some innate beliefs about ourselves." - Dr. Joia Creer Perry

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The STRONG Womanhood Growth Journal: Activate the Courage to Live Out Your Calling is a self directed guide for women who want to be active participants in their personal transformation and are looking for a process to mentor them through it. And it's finally here!

Get it at Amazon: BUY THE BOOK

Amazon Book Review: "I highly recommend this journal. I discovered actionable steps to take on my next journey into becoming more consistent with reaching my goals. The messages shared by Kendra are full of wisdom and timeless. The thought provoking questions will assist you in transforming into a confident and courageous woman."

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Subscribe to the #WorkYourPlan Podcast and published episodes will come right to the podcast app on your phone and/or join our email list for a daily email reminder when a new episode is ready.

If you enjoyed the show, please subscribe, rate it on iTunes with a short review.

Connect with Kendra personally @kendratillman on Instagram.

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

Oct 23, 2019

October is Breast Cancer, Domestic Violence and Child & Infant Loss Awareness Month. I’ve been personally affected by all of these. I've experienced infant loss through a miscarriage. I've had multiple close family members die of cancer and women I know and love have been subjected to verbal, physical and emotional abuse. So, for October we are addressing themes related to Women's Mental & Physical Health. I want to equip and empower you with mentorship in these crucial areas of your life.

In episode 60 I address our spiritual health. In that episode I share the healing process I went through as a result of a defining moment in my life.

Alisa Keeton Revelation Wellness

Alisa Keeton, the founder and CEO of Revelation Wellness and the author of The Wellness Revelation is our guest mentor for episode 61 of the podcast. Alisa is a 25+ year fitness professional, she believes that the Gospel is a wholistic message of heart, mind, soul, and strength and each body holds a story that must be told. It is then that healing, health, and wholeness can truly begin.

In this episode we discuss grief and the mind-body connection, our thirst for significance, what to do when we feel stuck and how breathing and meditating help us relieve stress in our daily lives.

I have a fun new project I’m hosting starting the first week of November I hope you will join. The Focus.me Project will help go-getter women jumpstart the process of breaking habits that are keeping us busy, stressed out and not effectively reaching our goals. It’s a 5 day challenge with bite-size tasks to complete. If this sounds like something you would be interested in, join our email list by clicking the Focus.me Project link in my profile @kendratillman on IG or the link can be found in our show notes at strongher.me/episode61. 

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Show Notes:

@AlisaKeeton

Revelation Wellness

Free 7 Day Detox

Revelation Wellness YouTube channel

Join the Focus.me Project

The Open Door Sisterhood

"Not everybody needs fitness but everybody needs therapy. To be alive is to need therapy." - Alisa Keaton

"I can not be connected to what I'm not aware of. " - Alisa Keaton

"Healing requires connection...and that therapy of fitness and movement gets us to connect back to our physical self, to pull up pain that words can not access. There's pain in our body that no amount of words can access." - Alisa Keaton

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The STRONG Womanhood Growth Journal: Activate the Courage to Live Out Your Calling is a self directed guide for women who want to be active participants in their personal transformation and are looking for a process to mentor them through it. And it's finally here!

Get it at Amazon: BUY THE BOOK

Amazon Book Review: "I highly recommend this journal. I discovered actionable steps to take on my next journey into becoming more consistent with reaching my goals. The messages shared by Kendra are full of wisdom and timeless. The thought provoking questions will assist you in transforming into a confident and courageous woman."

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Subscribe to the #WorkYourPlan Podcast and published episodes will come right to the podcast app on your phone and/or join our email list for a daily email reminder when a new episode is ready.

If you enjoyed the show, please subscribe, rate it on iTunes with a short review.

Connect with Kendra personally @kendratillman on Instagram.

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

Oct 9, 2019

October is Breast Cancer, Domestic Violence and Child & Infant Loss Awareness Month. I’ve been personally affected by all of these. I've experienced infant loss through a miscarriage. I've had multiple close family members die of cancer and women I know and love have been subjected to verbal, physical and emotional abuse. So, for October we are addressing themes related to Women's Mental & Physical Health. I want to equip and empower you with mentorship in these crucial areas of your life.

Today we’re kicking this month off with a solo episode. I want to address our mental well being in health. 

episode 60 healing reconciliation and finishing strong

At this point of the year our hearts and minds can already be in the new year. As we head into the 4th quarter of the year, I want us to ask ourselves how do we finish the year strong mentally, emotionally, physically? 

In order to do that we need to decide where we are today. I want to speak directly to those who have taken some leap of faith/a cliff jump/a risk this year or in years past and landed flat on your face. 

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The STRONG Womanhood Growth Journal: Activate the Courage to Live Out Your Calling is a self directed guide for women who want to be active participants in their personal transformation and are looking for a process to mentor them through it. And it's finally here!

Get it at Amazon: BUY THE BOOK

Amazon Book Review: "I highly recommend this journal. I discovered actionable steps to take on my next journey into becoming more consistent with reaching my goals. The messages shared by Kendra are full of wisdom and timeless. The thought provoking questions will assist you in transforming into a confident and courageous woman."

 

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Subscribe to the #WorkYourPlan Podcast and published episodes will come right to the podcast app on your phone and/or join our email list for a daily email reminder when a new episode is ready.

If you enjoyed the show, please subscribe, rate it on iTunes with a short review.

Connect with Kendra personally @kendratillman OR @strongherme on Instagram.

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

Sep 30, 2019

Our guest for episode 59 of the podcast is Sarah Harmeyer. Sarah is the Chief people gatherer at Neighbor's Table where her dad has the role of creating hand crafted tables and Sarah shows us how to love people around the table. As you will hear, she is a woman on a "love mission". 

Sarah Harmeyer Neighbor's Table

In this episode you will hear how Sarah's vision for Neighbor’s Table started to unfold as you asked God about her purpose. We talk about calling and community and practical ideas for us to be intentional about inviting people to a seat at the table. 

Inviting people into our homes feels like a lost art in our generation. People like Sarah and last week's guest, Alexa are helping us find our way and open our homes once again.

Quotes:

"We wanted to be missional about the way we love people." - Sarah Harmayer

"The people around us are not projects...The more we learn about people and get to know them better, we can love them better." - Sarah Harmeyer

"I know that at the heart of us, we all want connection." - Sarah Harmeyer

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Show Notes:

Neighbor's Table

Sarah on the Today Show

The Open Door Sisterhood

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The STRONG Womanhood Growth Journal: Activate the Courage to Live Out Your Calling is a self directed guide for women who want to be active participants in their personal transformation and are looking for a process to mentor them through it. And it's finally here!

Get it at Amazon: BUY THE BOOK

Amazon Book Review: "I highly recommend this journal. I discovered actionable steps to take on my next journey into becoming more consistent with reaching my goals. The messages shared by Kendra are full of wisdom and timeless. The thought provoking questions will assist you in transforming into a confident and courageous woman."

 

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Subscribe to the #WorkYourPlan Podcast and published episodes will come right to the podcast app on your phone and/or join our email list for a daily email reminder when a new episode is ready.

If you enjoyed the show, please subscribe, rate it on iTunes with a short review.

Connect with Kendra personally @kendratillman OR @strongherme on Instagram.

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

Sep 19, 2019

Our guest for episode 58 of the podcast is Alexa Mason. Alexa is a wife, a mom of 2 preschoolers and one on the way and the owner of the Grace & Cherish ecommerce store where she provides beautiful art and home decor with a deep message. Their blog chronicles her family’s journey toward creating a home. It focuses on projects and decorating while sharing how they intentionally fostering a spirit of hospitality that starts in our home and spreads to our neighbors and greater community. Her podcast is a place to dive deeper into topics about life — faith, home, womanhood, race — it’s all there. Together, they serve as a guide in the discovery of the art of hospitality.

The Art of Hospitality Alexa Mason of Grace & Cherish

In this episode, we discuss hospitality in its many forms: washing the feet of the homeless, conversations around race, small groups, in the way we love our families. There will be things you’re probably already doing and things you probably wish you were doing better. We also talk about the origins of her ecommerce store, Grace & Cherish You’re going to like Alexa.She uses  words to explore hospitality in very creative ways – an etsy biz, her podcast. Her love for people and the gospel message is very real and tangible and inspiring. On IG @strongherme & @kendratillman I’ll share one of the beautiful prints she sent me.

Quotes:

“How can I sit with you in what you love and be present?” – Alexa Mason

“…within race, if there’s anything you take from conversations think about Christ and how he laid down the many privileges he had and he had many heavenly holy privileges and you have to do the same and if you aren’t willing to do that from the biblical standpoint of following Jesus…we just won’t get there. You have to have humility to do that.” – Alexa Mason

“Hospitality is the generous serving of others, considering them better than oneself. It incorporates both inviting in and going out, which is why hospitality is a lifestyle not limited to our homes.” – Alexa Mason

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Show Notes:

Grace & Cherish

The STRONG Womanhood Growth Journal: Activate the Courage to Live Out Your Calling is a self directed guide for women who want to be active participants in their personal transformation and are looking for a process to mentor them through it. And it’s finally here!

Get it at Amazon: BUY THE BOOK

Amazon Book Review: “I highly recommend this journal. I discovered actionable steps to take on my next journey into becoming more consistent with reaching my goals. The messages shared by Kendra are full of wisdom and timeless. The thought provoking questions will assist you in transforming into a confident and courageous woman.”

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Subscribe to the #WorkYourPlan Podcast and published episodes will come right to the podcast app on your phone and/or join our email list for a daily email reminder when a new episode is ready.

If you enjoyed the show, please subscribe, rate it on iTunes with a short review.

Connect with Kendra personally @kendratillman OR @strongherme on Instagram.

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

 

 

Sep 10, 2019

Our guest for episode 57 of the podcast is Nikki Boyd. Nikki Boyd is a professional organizer and social media influencer who shares tips on home organization, decor, and DIY projects. She’s also the author of Beautifully Organized: A Guide To Function And Style In Your Home. Traveling the world as a military spouse gave her the opportunity to gain a multitude of knowledge in how to run an efficient home filled with love and memories. Nikki’s philosophy is that your home should not only function for you and your family but should be your beautiful haven. She’s shared her tips in media outlets like Martha Stewart Living, First for Women Magazine, USA, Today Magazine, Ebony Magazine, The Washington Post, and CNN. 

Beautifully Organized Home Nikki Boyd

I highly recommend Nikki's book. Her beautiful home is featured throughout the book and I was surprised to learn she doesn’t have a background in interior design. She has some really great insight into how to make an organized home a lifestyle and not an event. She inspired me so much I spent the first half of my labor day organizing my kitchen. I’ve been taking baby steps to implement her recommendations and Morgan’s recommendations from last week’s episode.

In this episode, we discuss how Nikki’s military upbringing influenced her love of home, she answers common questions around how to minimize the overwhelm we feel. This is a very practical episode and I can’t wait for you to listen in.

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Show Notes:

At Home with Nikki Blog

At Home with Nikki on YouTube

Beautifully Organized: A Guide to Function and Style in Your Home Book

Episode 42 The Vision Is Bigger Than Your Fear

The STRONG Womanhood Growth Journal: Activate the Courage to Live Out Your Calling is a self directed guide for women who want to be active participants in their personal transformation and are looking for a process to mentor them through it. And it's finally here!

Get it at Amazon: BUY THE BOOK

Amazon Book Review: "I highly recommend this journal. I discovered actionable steps to take on my next journey into becoming more consistent with reaching my goals. The messages shared by Kendra are full of wisdom and timeless. The thought provoking questions will assist you in transforming into a confident and courageous woman."

 

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Subscribe to the #WorkYourPlan Podcast and published episodes will come right to the podcast app on your phone and/or join our email list for a daily email reminder when a new episode is ready.

If you enjoyed the show, please subscribe, rate it on iTunes with a short review.

Connect with Kendra personally @kendratillman OR @strongherme on Instagram.

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

Sep 4, 2019

Our guest for episode 56 of the podcast is Morgan Tyree. Morgan is a professional organizer, writer, and fitness instructor. She started Morganize with Me to help businesses and homeowners declutter and organize. Her book, Take Back Your Time, time management system will help you to find more harmony and less hustle in your overwhelmed life.

Time Management Professional Organizer Morgan Tyree

In this episode, we talk about organization as a time management tool. Morgan shares one change we all can make today that will eliminate much of the stress we feel and free us up to have more time for the things we love and are passionate about. She also provides practical tips and examples for saving time. Lastly, we discuss how our different personality styles influence how we approach getting organized.

Share your organizational type in the comments @StrongHerMe for your chance to win a copy of Morgan's book.

"You don't always know what you're investing in currently that's going to be a benefit." - Morgan Tyree

"We're causing stress, losing time and money, it's a daily effort - tidy as we go." - Morgan Tyree

I can’t wait for you to hear this episode. Let’s get into it!

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Show Notes:

Morgan Tyree

The Open Door Sisterhood

The STRONG Womanhood Growth Journal: Activate the Courage to Live Out Your Calling is a self directed guide for women who want to be active participants in their personal transformation and are looking for a process to mentor them through it. And it's finally here!

Get it at Amazon: BUY THE BOOK

Amazon Book Review: "I highly recommend this journal. I discovered actionable steps to take on my next journey into becoming more consistent with reaching my goals. The messages shared by Kendra are full of wisdom and timeless. The thought provoking questions will assist you in transforming into a confident and courageous woman."

 

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Subscribe to the #WorkYourPlan Podcast and published episodes will come right to the podcast app on your phone and/or join our email list for a daily email reminder when a new episode is ready.

If you enjoyed the show, please subscribe, rate it on iTunes with a short review.

Connect with Kendra personally @kendratillman OR @strongherme on Instagram.

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

Aug 28, 2019

Our guest for this BONUS episode is Felicia Davis of The Black Women's Collective. 

Impostor Syndrome Felicia Davis

Felicia is a bold, brilliant leader I’ve had the honor of getting to know over the last few years. Felicia started her career as an HR Assistant spending 20+ years in the trenches where she quickly rose up the ranks to become an HR Executive.

Her public speaking appearances educate, engage and inspire women to fully step into their power as leaders.

Felicia leads an organization called the Black Women’s Collective. She has a Facebook group that she uses to equip and encourage other women leaders. When she posted a resource she created around helping women combat impostor syndrome I knew I had to have her as a guest on the show. 

As you will hear in this episode, circumstances some might view as setbacks (major health challenges and her deeply introverted nature - there's a lot of tips in this episode for those of us with a more introverted nature) Felicia views as opportunities to be maximized for her growth.

Felicia Quotes:

"I learned how to fully leverage my introversion."

"I embrace my own pace."

"Your vibe is going to attract your tribe."

"Confidence is stepping boldly into who you're meant to be."

"Confidence builds when you get feedback."

"You have to have a new relationship with failure...sometimes your growth comes through making mistakes."

"It's not about perfection. It's about creating a space and a container where people feel heard, felt and seen."

"Show up how you want to go up."

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Show Notes:

Felicia Davis

Imposter Syndrome may be wreaking havoc on your brilliance. Learn 3 practical tips to get unhooked from it:
DOWNLOAD www.FeliciaRDavis.com/IMPOSTER

The STRONG Womanhood Growth Journal: Activate the Courage to Live Out Your Calling is a self directed guide for women who want to be active participants in their personal transformation and are looking for a process to mentor them through it. And it's finally here!

Get it at Amazon: BUY THE BOOK

Register for The Benefits of Journaling for Mental Health Class with Kelli & Kendra: I'LL BE THERE!

An online class hosted by Kendra Tillman, a certified life coach & Kelli Center, a licensed professional counselor. 

Journaling can be a powerful tool for improving our mental health. It helps us give voice to our deepest insecurities, discoveries, hopes, fears and dreams. We believe it is an underutilized tool for increasing self awareness, setting and achieving goals and for processing through grief, fear and disappointments. 

In this interactive class hosted by Kendra Tillman, a certified life coach & Kelli Center, a licensed professional counselor learn to:

  • reduce stress and increase your happiness and contentment
  • increase clarity about your life's purpose
  • incorporate writing into your self care/ soul care routine
  • find solutions to challenges your facing through writing
  • and so much more...

Bring Your Journals!

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Aug 23, 2019

Today is the 4th and final episode of our weeklong series, "Finding Your Voice." If you missed previous episodes, I encourage you to go back and listen to them. 

  • Ep 51 Finding Your Voice As A Woman
  • Ep 52 Finding Your Voice As A Wife
  • Ep 53 Finding Your Voice As A Mom

podcast episode visionary kia stephens

My guest for episode 54: Finding Your Voice As A Visionary is Kia Stephens. Kia is a wife and homeschooling mom of two who is passionate about helping women know God as Father. For this reason, she created The Father Swap Blog to help women exchange their father wounds for the love of God the Father. Kia is also the founder of Entrusted Women, which she created to equip Christian women communicators of color. In addition to these ministries, Kia faithfully serves in Bible Study Fellowship and her local church. When she is not writing or serving women, she enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends.

"In doing this work, I feel like I'm my more authentic self." - Kia Stephens

"We can create our own table!" - Kia Stephens

Show Notes:

Father Swap Blog

Entrusted Women Facebook Group

Beloved Women 

My Devotional Journal by Titania Paige

Kim Cash Tate

The STRONG Womanhood Growth Journal: Activate the Courage to Live Out Your Calling is a self directed guide for women who want to be active participants in their personal transformation and are looking for a process to mentor them through it. And it's finally here!

Get it at Amazon: BUY THE BOOK

Register for The Benefits of Journaling for Mental Health Class with Kendra & Kelli: I'LL BE THERE!

An online class with Kendra Tillman, a certified life coach & Kelli Center, a licensed professional counselor. 

Topic: Journaling as a tool for improving our mental health. Journaling can help us give voice to our deepest insecurities, discoveries, hopes, fears and dreams.

This will be an interactive class, so bring your journals.

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Aug 23, 2019

Today is a solo episode where I share a section from my book.  

DOWNLOAD: The Inner Circle Activity

 

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Show Notes:

The STRONG Womanhood Growth Journal: Activate the Courage to Live Out Your Calling is a self directed guide for women who want to be active participants in their personal transformation and are looking for a process to mentor them through it. And it's finally here!

Get it at Amazon: BUY THE BOOK

Register for The Benefits of Journaling for Mental Health Class with Kendra & Kelli: I'LL BE THERE!

An online class with Kendra Tillman, a certified life coach & Kelli Center, a licensed professional counselor. 

Topic: Journaling as a tool for improving our mental health. Journaling can help us give voice to our deepest insecurities, discoveries, hopes, fears and dreams.

This will be an interactive class, so bring your journals.

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Aug 21, 2019

In today’s episode I’m talking with 2 dynamic women that I can’t wait for you to meet. They are transparent and wise. They entrusted their stories to me, a woman they didn’t know the week before. We met through the Entrusted Women Facebook Group.

finding your voices as a wife podcast image

My guests are Jessica Collazo & Debra Cheeks. 

Jessica is a Chicago native with a heart that beats for Jesus. Her passion is to challenge women to think differently, gain a new perspective and live confidently. Because she knows, it’s possible. Jessica lives in Charlotte, North Carolina with her husband, Jerry, two sons and dog, Sawyer.

Debra Cheek is the wife of John Cheek, and a mom of 7. She is passionate about family, and that passion is most seen in her love for marriages. Her desire to see God's people restore marriage to a place of honor has been channeled and grown through writing, as she published "The Believing Wife" in 2017, and through teaching bible studies, workshops, and seminars. In March of 2017, she founded Believing Wives Bible Study, a ministry designed to teach and train wives to fulfill God's original plan for their lives and in so doing change their homes, communities, and the nation.

In this episode we discussed:

  • The hardest thing about the first 5 years of marriage
  • God’s power to heal marriages even when there’s been adultery
  • Forgiving yourself & your spouse
  • The role of discipleship and accountability in helping your marriage thrive
  • How to respond when you’re husband doesn’t share your faith
  • How do you submit in marriage without losing your voice?

This episode feels like a marriage masterclass. So much to chew on and glean from this discussion.

Connect with Debra on Instagram at @thebelievingwife and on Facebook: Believing Wives

Connect with Jessica on Instagram at @jesscoll721

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Show Notes:

The STRONG Womanhood Growth Journal: Activate the Courage to Live Out Your Calling is a self directed guide for women who want to be active participants in their personal transformation and are looking for a process to mentor them through it. And it's finally here!

Get it at Amazon: BUY THE BOOK

Entrusted Women Facebook Group

Proverbs 31 She Speaks Conference

Ephesians 5:22-33

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Aug 20, 2019

workyourplan podcast with kendra finding your voice woman

Finding my voice has been about embracing the way I’m wired instead of thinking there was something wrong with me because of my southern accent, because of my acne prone skin, because I would prefer deep conversations to small talk, because I will attempt to read 3 books at once or because I would choose working out with you over chatting over coffee.

I have found my voice in little and small ways over the years. We’re going to use the word VOICE as our acronym for finding our voice:

V: List Your Values - Are they reflected in how you live your life?

O: Outcomes - How do you solve problems?

I: Inventory your strengths

C: Creativity - How do you express yourself?

E: Emotional intelligence 

Why does finding your voice matter? How does God help us in this process?

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Show Notes:

The STRONG Womanhood Growth Journal: Activate the Courage to Live Out Your Calling is a self directed guide for women who want to be active participants in their personal transformation and are looking for a process to mentor them through it. And it's finally here!

Get it at Amazon: BUY THE BOOK

Strengths Assessments:

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Jun 19, 2019

I’ve always been an avid reader. Every type of personality assessment I’ve ever taken points back to my love of learning. Books have always been my friends. I’m always looking for book suggestions, especially during the summer. To celebrate 50 episodes, I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorite books with you. I also created a free gift for you to go along with this episode. More about that later.

strongherme summer reading list

As I walk you through some of my favorite authors and a list of my favorite personal growth books, I would love to hear your book recommendations. Share them with me by leaving a comment on the blog at strongher.me/episode50 or on instagram in the comments for this episode over at @Strongherme.

Quotes:

"Outward success is a result of multiple private victories." -Kendra Tillman

 

Show Notes:
CaPP Institute

Download StrongHerMe Summer of 2019 Reading List

 

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Jun 7, 2019

You’re listening to episode 49 of #WorkYourPlan with Kendra

I’m Kendra Tillman your host and the founder of StrongHer.Me where we encourage and equip go-getter women act more courageously in their callings as wives, moms and entrepreneurs.

Today you’re getting 2 episodes in 1. 

In the first half of the podcast I share the audio for this week’s 'Work Your Plan Wednesday: Self Doubt is Sabotaging Your Progress.' I share how to start experiencing forward progress.

Note: This session was recorded live on Facebook, so you can view it on Facebook.com/strongherme. It's been edited for the podcast.

In the second half I share the interview I recorded back in April with Crystal Hollman of Crystal Clear Photography AZ. Crystal has been my event photographer for the last 3 events.

Episode 49 will empower you with a method to stop sabotaging your progress. We're also sharing Crystal's lessons learned growing her business, how it's evolved, the season when she considered closing the business, behind the scenes of a brand photo shoot and how branding helps our businesses stand out from others and a quick tutorial for taking better photos on your phone! (linked to this blog post in the show notes)

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Until next time get out there work your plan and remember success is achieved….

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Show Notes:

#WorkYourPlan Wednesday

Crystal Clear Photography AZ

Taking Good Photos with Your Phone

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May 8, 2019

I’m Kendra Tillman your host and the founder of StrongHer.Me where we encourage and equip go-getter women act more courageously in their calling as a wife, mom and entrepreneur.

In general, May is a big month for moms. There’s Mother’s day and graduations. High school graduations, specifically, are big days in a mom’s life. I know because our oldest daughter is graduating this month. High school graduation is when our children take a major step in their journey of crossing from childhood into adulthood. Over this school year, I've spent a great deal of time reflecting on my journey with her. 

What I know to be true is engaged parenting requires emotional and physical energy.​ So much learning and impartation has happened, knowingly and unknowingly, in the last 17/18 years of our child's life. It's normal to feel inadequate.

"Did we do enough?"

"Should I have done that differently?"

"Will he/she be ok?"

"What kind of life will they have?" ​

"Will they seek out a relationship with God, when we aren't around?"

These are some of the nagging questions we all ask as parents and mentors. 

At this stage of parenting, it's easier to notice our faults and the do-over moments we wish we could have. I'm here to encourage you, no matter where you are in your mothering journey, God's grace is enough to cover all the ways we wished we had parented better. 

Even though I haven't done it perfectly, my heart is filled with gratitude and joy to have had the privilege to mother/mentor another human being for almost 18 years.​

In celebration of this new season, everything we publish @StrongHerMe this month is to awaken the promises God gave you years ago (possibly even before you became a parent or mentor) but have possibly gone dormant for various reasons.

 

One of the ways I stay present in this journey is by setting new goals. For a season of a few years I stopped setting goals, because I hated the feeling of setting a goal and not achieving it. After multiple missed attempts at achieving my goals I started to lose hope that what I imagined was possible. As I've gotten older, I've started to see goal setting differently than I did in early adulthood.

I started setting goals, once I realized the value in goal setting was not in the achievement alone, but in the transformation I experienced in the process.  I now view goal setting as a form of vision casting (in writing). The process helps me to ask myself daily, "what choices will I make, today, that my future self will thank me for later?"

Are you craving a similar shift in your thinking? Are you looking for a fellow mom and go getter to help you develop a plan to live more intentionally? I can equip you with the tools you need to set and achieve your most meaningful goals.​ This process I've learned over the years is how I've helped a diverse group of women reach their 5Ks, 10Ks and half marathon race goals. It's also helped me organize and execute a transformative yearly women's empowerment event since 2014. 

I believe you will see goals as tools you can use to not only strategize, but execute on using our gifts and abilities more effectively. Being specific is important to making progress in your life. Making sure your goals reflect your values is also important.​ There's one other element you may be overlooking that I want to share with you. 

Mark your calendars and join me next Tues, May 14th at 6pm MST for a FREE 45 minute online workshop on this process.​ 

Register today: StrongHerMe #WorkYourPlan Goal Setting Workshop.

Lauren Morgan

Ok. Now, let's get to today's episode of #WorkYourPlan with Kendra. Our guest is an attorney and one of my dearest friends, Lauren Morgan.

If confusion about the difference between a non profit and for profit, has slowed you down from moving forward, today is the day for you to get unstuck. In this episode Lauren breaks down the different business entities, misconceptions of nonprofits, protecting your intellectual property and she also addresses fears around hiring an attorney. It’s packed with value.

Note: This session was recorded live on Facebook, so you can view it on Facebook.com/strongherme.

If you’re ready to take a next step and need that personalized attention, I encourage you to reach out to Lauren Morgan at ActivatedLaw.com.

Share your thoughts about the podcast with us on Instagram @StrongHerMe.

Join the StrongHerMe Facebook group or follow us on IG. Facebook.com/groups/strongherme

 

Show Notes:

ActivatedLaw.com


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Apr 17, 2019

Through the StrongHerMe Facebook group I learned that several women in the community are writing books. For the month of April I'm  interviewing women who are making their living within the publishing industry. Get your notepads ready. No more excuses! It’s time to start pushing your words out into the world.

chilesa ready

Today’s guest is Chilesa Ready is a wife and mom of 3. She is a certified Biblical counselor, a writing coach and an author of two books: Living the Limitless Life and The Five Week Marriage Tune Up Devotional.  She served with her husband of 19 years Marcus, as Marriage Ministry Director before relocating to Phoenix.

In this episode we talk about the discipline of writing a book. We discuss the importance of authenticity as an author, the difference between an editor and a writing coach and the role of the editor in producing a well written book. 

“Writing a book is a marathon not a sprint.”

"The book you write is only a book that you can write."

What was your takeaway from this message?

Share your thoughts with us on Instagram @StrongHerMe 

 

Show Notes:

MoveU4Ward.net

Living the Limitless Life by Chilesa Ready

The Five Week Marriage Tune Up Devotional by Chilesa Ready 


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Apr 10, 2019

Through the StrongHerMe Facebook group I learned that several women in the community are writing books. For the month of April I'm  interviewing women who are making their living within the publishing industry. Get your notepads ready. No more excuses! It’s time to start pushing your words out into the world.

LaToya Thompson

LaToya is a professional editor and writer who has guided coaches, entrepreneurs, veterans, moms, corporate professionals, ministers, and soon YOU toward self-publishing a book. Her superpower is getting your book out of your head and onto the page. With 15 years of experience and a couple of degrees under her belt, she helps aspiring authors annihilate procrastination, fear, and excuses by motivating them to write well and write now by just writing.

In this episode we do a deep dive into self publishing: costs to expect and what to invest your money in, should you request reviewers to sign an NDA agreement, copyrighting your book title and we even discuss what do you do if you have a story to tell but writing isn’t your strength? Her response to that question was worth listening to the entire podcast.

"Content is not lost or destroyed it is just transferred. Use what you already have." -LaToya Thompson

What was your takeaway from this message?

Share your thoughts with us on Instagram @StrongHerMe  

Show Notes
www.facebook.com/LaToyaWrites

LatoyaThompson.com

Fiverr.com

Dr Monica Debro of Love Yourself to Life Ministries

Recommended Publishers:
ingramspark

KDP Publishing

Book Recommendations:
Kindred by Octavia Butler
Parable of Sower by Octavia Butler


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Apr 3, 2019

Through the StrongHerMe Facebook group I learned that several women in the community are writing books. For the month of April I'm  interviewing women who are making their living within the publishing industry. I originally only planned on interviewing 3 women, but discovered a 4th. They all share a unique perspective. I thought it would be fun to ask a few friends who've written & published books to share their wisdom. Several of them have and I’ll be sharing clips from them on podcast and social media. You will be equipped and encouraged this month. Get your notepads ready. No more excuses! It’s time to start pushing your words out into the world.

Titania Paige

For this week's podcast episode, I talk with Titania Paige. She is a wife and mom of a newborn. She founded her first blog and ministry LifeBeforeEternity.com in August 2016. There, she spurs the modern woman onto enduring faith as she awaits her eternal crown. (James 1:12). On her personal site, TitaniaPaige.com, she helps women embrace passion and purity, so they can live out their God-given purpose. Join her Tuesdays for the latest episode of “The Purpose in Purity Podcast.”

Titania is Liberty University graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Christian Counseling, as well as a First 5 app writer. Download the app, created by Proverbs 31 Ministries, to study God’s word with her during your quiet time.

In this episode we talk about remaining flexible in your calling, the multiple benefits of blogging, how a website freebie became the best product she’s ever made and how she acquired a book agent and her traditional publishing journey.

What was your takeaway from this message?

Quote: “I had to be very flexible with my calling and not married to it.”

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside of you.” Maya Angelou

Share your thoughts with us on Instagram @StrongHerMe  

Before you go…

The growth circle, and the tools provided like the workbook, will help silence the voice of self doubt long enough for the truth of how God sees you to penetrate your heart and mind. Transformation is a process and I will walk you through a framework for being more intentional in that process. As you walk with me and the women in the circle, you’ll become more confident in your womanhood, more courageous in your work and more consistent in your worship.

Full details at StrongHerMeCoaching.com. Our first session starts soon. I’m working on a video to answer questions you might have about the program. It will be posted at @StrongHerMe on IG this week. You can also email me at Kendra@StrongHer.me to schedule a call.

Show Notes:

Email TitaniaPaige@lifebeforeeternity.com

LifeBeforeEternity.com

TitaniaPaige.com

Proverbs 31 Ministries First 5 app

Christian Women Communicators of Color Facebook Group

My Devotional Journal: A 60-Day Guide to Scripture Reading, Meditation, & Prayer

The Blythe Daniel Agency 

She Speaks Conference

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Mar 28, 2019

Welcome back! The 5th Annual You Are Stronger Than You Think Women's Conference was at the beginning of this month.

Here are my 3 big takeaways:

  • One word or idea that came to heart in this planning process was my need for validation. God silenced that doubt.
  • I thought this would be our last year, but I believe we’re just getting started. All that we’ve learned has positioned us for what’s next.
  • My assignment is for the Christian woman in the marketplace.

Our Keynote Speaker was Brandice Daniel, the founder of Harlem's Fashion Row. She shared her journey of growing her company for the last 11 years.  

Brandice's definition of a Cliff Jump?

"A cliff jump is taking an action towards your goal despite your qualifications, the fear you feel about how things will turn out, what people will say, your lack of confidence or the doubt you might have about your own worthiness."

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What was your takeaway from this message?

Share your thoughts with us on Instagram @StrongHerMe .

Take Action:

(1) Join the S.T.R.O.N.G. Womanhood Growth Circle, a sisterhood of accountability for women ready to act courageously in their calling. Full details at StrongHerMeCoaching.com.

(2) For access to access to the remainder of Brandice's talk on what you do after the cliff jump + the other sessions from the event visit Patreon.com/StrongHerMe and become a tribe member.

 

(3) Through the StrongHerMe Facebook group I learned that several women in the community are writing books. For the month of April I'm  talking to different women making their living within the publishing industry. I plan to interview an editor, a writing coach and a published author.

I want the interview to reflect your burning questions. What is stopping you from starting or finishing your book? Where are you stuck in your book writing? What do you want to know about self publishing versus traditional publishing?

Share your questions by tagging us on instagram @StrongHerme or emailing me at Kendra@strongher.me and you may hear your question on one of the episodes in April.

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Feb 26, 2019

Kendra Tillman

Today’s episode is apart of the Meet the Mentor series, your introduction to our event’s speaker-mentors. If you caught episode 42 of the podcast, you know I had planned on sharing an episode with Stephanie Clerge our strengths expert, but I didn’t like my energy in the podcast and we don’t have time to re-record it. Stephanie is brilliant and will be co-facilitating 2 very interactive sessions with me at the conference. You don’t want to miss it!

Instead I’m going to end the series a little differently. I was interviewed by Keiona of New GeeChee for her podcast. She’s allowing me to repost that interview here on the podcast. It’s probably the best interview I’ve ever done. Keiona or KeKe is a great interviewer. This interview will give you a great deal of insight into who I am, why I started this event and what you can expect. If you could use some laughter and encouragement in the form a conversation among friends from two different generations, this is the podcast episode for you. I share how the lessons learned in my 20s, 30s and now 40s has shaped me and uncovered the gifts that led me into my purpose!

I share most of the interview, but if you want to hear the interview in its entirety head over to @NewGeeChee Podcast on Apple and Spotify.

 

What was your takeaway from this episode?

Share your thoughts with us on Instagram @StrongHerMe or @NewGeeChee.

 

Show Notes

I Am Album - Angela Young 

Faith Christian Center Phoenix

Join us on March 9th in Phoenix, AZ for a life changing day! Full details can be found at strongerthanyouthinkevent.com.

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Feb 14, 2019

As we countdown to the 5th Annual You Are Stronger Than You Think Women’s Conference, we’re kicking off our Meet the Mentor series. The Meet the Mentor series is your introduction to our event’s speaker-mentors. This month I’ll be releasing 2 episodes a week, on Tues & Thurs. 6 different interviews to give you insight into what you can expect if you join us for the conference.

Min Evelyn Gaskin

Today’s episode guest is Min Evelyn Gaskin. Min Evelyn is our closing keynote. Min Evelyn is one of the wisest women I know. Not only is she accomplished... she simplifies leadership development by focusing on four critical areas – Servant Leadership, Courageous Leadership, Ethical Leadership and Effective Leadership. She’s a certified teacher, speaker, coach, published author and college instructor, Evelyn possesses over 30 years of leadership experience, including serving as a division vice president at one of the nation’s largest for-profit universities. She’s also a mom of 3. She’s going to help us balance our work and worship. The big question she’s helping us answer is how do we cultivate our relationship with God while leading others.

Instead of an interview, I share a clip of a sermon she preached in January 2019 on “Hungry for God” Her message was Part 5 in a series that was preached by our Pastor and church staff to help us set the year with God’s will as our priority.

Leave us a comment on Instagram @StrongHerMe or @leadexcellent

Previous episodes with Pastor Erica:

Episode 25 - Meet the Mentor 2018

Episode 27 - #WorkYourPlan Purpose Panel

 

Show Notes

I Am Album - Angela Young 

Faith Christian Center Phoenix

Min Evelyn Gaskin instagram @leadexcellent

 

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