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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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Now displaying: June, 2020
Jun 26, 2020

In the month of June we are reclaiming our voices. For this week’s #WorkYourPlan Wednesday I’m taking a step towards one of my action items - to be more informed about local government.

Jessica Davis

Our guest this week is Jessica Davis. Jessica is an 8th grade Civics teacher in Phoenix, AZ who's been teaching middle school for almost 8 years. Her degrees are in American History with a minor in religious studies and a masters in Secondary Education. Jessica loves teaching and sees her classroom as her mission field.

We invited Jessica to help us talk with our teens (and pre-teens) about how we make the political process relevant to our teens. In this candid conversation we will discuss how to engage our kids in the process, how to help them validate fact from fiction on social media and she'll give us a mini lesson on our basic rights as US citizens at the federal and local levels.

Donate to Jessica's classroom via CashApp $jkdavis11

WATCH our conversation at Facebook.com/StrongHer.me

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Show Notes:

episode 73 Advocacy, Election and Our Laws

The Bill of Rights - A Primer

17 Tips to Steer Your Kids Through The Political Season

Additional Resources for Talking To Your Kids About Politics pdf

@kendratillman @strongherme

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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!

Lear more at StrongHer.me/StrongJournal

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 Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify or Stitcher with a short review.

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

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

Jun 18, 2020

In the month of June we are reclaiming our voices. For this week’s #WorkYourPlan Wednesday I’m taking a step towards one of my action items - to be more informed about local government.

Eshe Pickett

We're going to learn why local elections matter and how we become informed voters from my friend, Eshe Pickett, a community activist & an engineer. We will address advocacy, elections and our laws.

In this episode we discuss...

  • Why local elections matter and how we become informed voters
  • How the different elected offices impact our daily life
  • Why we need to start engaging our children early
  • Other ways besides voting to be involved in the political process
  • How do the different branches of government affect economic and racial inequality?
  • Resources to help us navigate the system

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Quotes

"Politicians pay attention to people who can vote them out of office." - Eshe Pickett

"There's always got to be some piece of you that's connected to the greater good and when you have no connection and all you're seeing is the negative that's when you have hopelessness. I maintain hope because I'm involved." - Eshe Pickett

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Show Notes:

James 2:14-26 "Faith without works is dead."

Book: All Politics Is Local: And Other Rules of the Game by Thomas P. O'Neill and Gary Hymel

Knock Down the House Documentary on Netflix

Arizona

  • azsos.gov
  • recorder.maricopa.gov
  • https://www.azcourts.gov/jpr (Judicial Performance Review - AZ)


Poll Workers:

Attend a session on the Independent Redistricting Commission

  • azcleanelections.gov
  • acluaz.org
  • https://ld17dems.org/voter-information/ (My Legislative District)

National

Leadership Programs in AZ:

@eshenayo

@kendratillman @strongherme

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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!

Lear more at StrongHer.me/StrongJournal

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."

***

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 Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify or Stitcher with a short review.

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

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

Jun 11, 2020

For the month of June, in response to our collective grief and outrage over racist acts continuing in our country, on my platforms I'm centering our conversations around reclaiming our voice.

Sharli Berry of Destiny's Door Counseling Center

This week’s #WorkYourPlan conversation with Sharli Berry, a licensed therapist and the owner of Destiny's Door Counseling, about reclaiming your voice after trauma is critical to this conversation.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's quote "protest is the language of the unheard" is quoted frequently right now. We're going to dig into what that means from a mental health perspective. Specifically, we will be talking about how we reclaim our voice after different forms of trauma - childhood abuse and neglect, domestic violence, as well as, the trauma of systemic racism.

In this episode we discuss...

  • What is trauma?
  • What role does our faith play to help us deal with trauma? What role does therapy play?
  • How traumas get triggered
  • How systemic racism triggers us
  • How we reclaim our voice after trauma

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Show Notes:

Destiny's Door Counseling Center

@ddcounseling

@kendratillman @strongherme

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You don't need more advice.
You need space in your life to do what you already know.

Join the Focus.me Project, a FREE 5 day challenge designed to help you BREAK the habits keeping you busy, stressed out and just out of reach for your goals.

Register today at strongher.me/focusmeproject.

***

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!

Lear more at StrongHer.me/StrongJournal

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."

***

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 Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify or Stitcher with a short review.

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

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

Jun 4, 2020

Courage always comes with a cost.

For the month of June we’re exploring what courage costs all of us and how courage helps us reclaim our voice for our God-given assignment.

One of the things I pray is reclaimed from our anger and outrage around history continuing to repeat itself is our heart for advocacy.

Khalilah Elliott reclaim voice advocacy

I was joined by my sister, Khalilah Elliott, a multicultural marketing and communications expert, to talk about how we reclaim our voice for advocacy. 

Advocacy comes in many forms and that's what Khalilah and I will be talking about.

In this episode we discuss...
▪️Why advocacy matters
▪️Why our silence and inaction is detrimental to us all
▪️How to think critically about issues of social justice
▪️How to address our own anger and resentment in a way that’s not counterproductive
▪️Methods for how we “stop” the madness

No more being silent about the things that matter most to us because we fear what others think.

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Show Notes:

The Oaks Collective on Facebook

@kayasinlilah

@kendratillman @strongherme

"If people are ready to leave you, because you find your voice and you're ready to speak up for yourself, let them go!" - Khalilah Elliott

"If you're an advocate, your role, even when it is uncomfortable is to acknowledge when something is problematic for the people you claim you advocate for. It doesn't stop when it stops being a topic of discussion." - Khalilah Elliott

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You don't need more advice.
You need space in your life to do what you already know.

Join the Focus.me Project, a FREE 5 day challenge designed to help you BREAK the habits keeping you busy, stressed out and just out of reach for your goals.

Register today at strongher.me/focusmeproject.

***

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!

Lear more at StrongHer.me/StrongJournal

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."

***

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 Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify or Stitcher with a short review.

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

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

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