Redefining Wealth with Patrice Washington
Bola Sokunbi: Create the Alternative

Bola Sokunbi: Create the Alternative

December 5, 2019

Are you ready to ditch debt, save money and build real wealth? If so, you’re in for a treat this week because that’s exactly what our guest, Bola Sokunbi of Clever Girl Finance, teaches. Not only does Bola have her own podcast on personal finance, she’s also the author of the book Clever Girl Finance, a book designed to teach you how to save, budget, invest and manage your finances so you can build real wealth.

Bola gives some great advice and helpful money tips as we talk about her own money story. In this talk, we cover the good, the bad and the money practices Bola uses when she needs to shift a bad money habit – because as she says, “We all have at least one bad money habit.”

Join us as we spill all the tea on this, plus more controversial topics such as the concept of privilege and opportunity, and how your time and health are your most important assets – yes, even more important than money.

This episode is brought to you by Purpose 2 Platform, a 20-week business accelerator and mentorship program that will get you clear on HOW to package your PURPOSE, communicate your PROMISE to your ideal audience, choose the best PLATFORM for your personality and lifestyle and create a PREMIUM offer.

Through this program, you’ll receive accountability and support in a dynamic community designed so you can finally make progress and be ready before you need to pull that trigger on what’s no longer serving you.

Book a Breakthrough Call today at https://patricewashington.com/purpose2platform/

Clever Girl Takeaways

  • You don’t ever want to be a liability to anyone, including yourself. – Bola’s mother, Emily
  • Everyone has at least one bad money habit. – Bola Sokunbi
  • Make it an inconvenience to continue your bad money habits. – Bola Sokunbi
  • Privilege is given, but not always valued. – Bola Sokunbi
  • Anyone that you’re spending time with has the opportunity to speak life or death into you. – Patrice Washington
  • Your time and your health are your most valuable assets – forget the money – money is a by-product of hard work. – Bola Sokunbi

Feeling inspired by Bola’s story? Want to save $100,000 like she did? Want to become your own financial success story? Grab a copy of Bola’s book, Clever Girl Finance, now: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1119580838/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_qda6DbF6AWWC8.

What’s the first thing you plan to do when it comes to your financial wellbeing? Or what bad money habits are you going to work to change? Let us know in the comments below.

 

Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions 

And with that, let’s dig into Bola’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions.

Define Success:

“Peace of mind”

Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less:

“Being happy”

One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth:

Smart Women Finish Rich by David Bach 

Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”:

“My name is Bola Sokunbi and the truth about wealth is that without effort, you can’t succeed.”

 

LINKS: 

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To check out ALL of our past guests + episodes: http://www.patricewashington.com/Listen 

If you have questions about booking Patrice or sponsoring the podcast, email us at info@seekwisdomfindwealth.com

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Jason Vitug: You Only Live Once

Jason Vitug: You Only Live Once

November 28, 2019

Are you living your best life? Sadly, most people aren’t because they’re in a constant cycle of overconsumption and indebtedness, and mindlessly spending on things that don’t add value to their life or purpose. Today’s guest was once in that exact spot. 

Jason Vitug, author of You Only Live Once, remembers how the path to success was drilled into him growing up. It’s the same path we’re all told to follow – graduate high school, go to college, get a job, get a car, get a promotion, buy a house – pretty standard, and oftentimes simply achieving these things doesn’t make us happy. For Jason, he started on this path and then began to question it, asking, “When do I actually become happy?” 

It’s this realization coupled with the concept of YOLO in reverse that became the topic for his book. In You Only Live Once, Jason applies YOLO to personal finance and discovers it’s not about instant gratification, but rather about long-term satisfaction.

Listen in and learn how you can shift your money mindset and experience YOLO today and for years to come.

This episode is brought to you by Purpose 2 Platform, a 20-week business accelerator and mentorship program that will get you clear on HOW to package your PURPOSE, communicate your PROMISE to your ideal audience, choose the best PLATFORM for your personality and lifestyle and create a PREMIUM offer.

Through this program, you’ll receive accountability and support in a dynamic community designed so you can finally make progress and be ready before you even need to pull the trigger on what’s no longer serving you.

Book a Breakthrough Call today at https://patricewashington.com/purpose2platform/

You Only Live Once Takeaways

  • I was income stable, but still financially inept. – Jason Vitug
  • You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough. – Mae West
  • NO should stand for New Opportunity because the moment you say NO to something, you open yourself up to something greater. – Jason Vitug
  • Money isn’t everything, but money permeates every aspect of our life. – Jason Vitug
  • If we don’t tell our money where to go, then we’ll always wonder where it went. – Jason Vitug
  • Money is a tool. But as with any tool, if we lack the skill to use it, it won’t benefit us much.
  • If you purchase a TV for $600 and you make $10/hour, that TV now represents 60 hours of your life. Think about that. – Jason Vitug

When it comes to living your best life, where are you? Are you mindlessly spending money on things that don’t add value to your life or purpose? What can you do going forward to course-correct? Drop a comment below and let us know.

Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions 

And with that, let’s dig into Jason’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions.

Define Success:

“Success is the ability to fall down and get right back up and keep moving forward. Failure is just a pit stop to success – it’s not permanent unless we decide it’s permanent.”

Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less:

“To live well.” 

One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth:

A Guide to a Good Life: The Ancient Art of Stoic Joy by William B. Irvine

Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”:

“My name is Jason Vitug and the truth about wealth is wellbeing. Wealth is truly about living our best life and that includes the mental, emotional, spiritual and physical wellbeing.”

LINKS:

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To check out ALL of our past guests + episodes: http://www.patricewashington.com/Listen

If you have questions about booking Patrice or sponsoring the podcast, email us at info@seekwisdomfindwealth.com

Find me in Social Media: 

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Connie Hill Johnson: Prepare for the Role Reversal

Connie Hill Johnson: Prepare for the Role Reversal

November 21, 2019

What does your parents’ health have to do with Redefining Wealth? Well, more than you might think. You see, if you’re like many of us in the “sandwich generation” – the place where you’re raising children while also caring for your parents – then you know your parents’ health can affect your lifestyle and financial independence just as much as it does theirs.

Now, this has been something I’ve experienced myself, and it’s something Connie Hill Johnson, owner of a Visiting Angles franchise in Cleveland, Ohio, witnesses on a day-to-day basis. As you might imagine, she gets a front-row seat to the challenges senior citizens face and the struggles their caretakers and families battle with when things like long-term care, power of attorney and last rites aren’t discussed or prepared for in advance. 

Tune in as Connie shares critical steps in preparing for your parents’ future care. We cover everything from how to start the role reversal conversation to getting your siblings on the same page. We also talk about preparing your finances so caring for your parents doesn’t end up being a burden. Connie also shares several eye-opening ways to have the conversation (even when your parents don’t want to talk).

This episode is brought to you by Purpose 2 Platform, a 20-week business accelerator and mentorship program that will get you clear on HOW to package your PURPOSE, communicate your PROMISE to your ideal audience, choose the best PLATFORM for your personality and lifestyle and create a PREMIUM offer. 

Through this program, you’ll receive accountability and support in a dynamic community designed so you can finally make progress and be ready before you even need to pull that trigger on what’s no longer serving you. 

Book a Breakthrough Call today at https://Purpose2Platform.com!

 

Role Reversal Takeaways

  • Don’t just ask who’s going to make the potato salad this holiday. Talk about the who and how of caring for your aging parents.
  • Sit down with your parents and siblings and have the conversation when all is well BEFORE a crisis hits. – Connie Hill Johnson
  • We’re all going to grow old whether we like or not so we may as well talk about it. – Connie Hill Johnson
  • If your parents don’t want to have the conversation, don’t take it personally. They simply may be uncomfortable talking about their mortality. – Connie Hill Johnson
  • In our society, growing old isn’t sexy, but it’s life. – Connie Hill Johnson
  • Make no assumptions. Ask questions. – Connie Hill Johnson
  • Family dynamics matter when it comes to this whole role reversal journey. – Connie Hill Johnson

Do your parents have vital documents about their healthcare already prepared? Ask the right questions and offer to help them through the process if they don’t know where to start. Listen, having this discussion is hard, but it gets much easier when you have Connie’s Role Reversal Guide as a resource. Get it here: http://www.conniehilljohnson.com/role-reversal/.

Now, Connie and I would love to know your biggest takeaways from this episode. Have you already started talking to your parents about their wishes and future needs? Let us know.

 

Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions

And with that, let’s dig into Connie’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions

Define Success:

“Peace” 

Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less:

“Joy, contentment, abundance”

One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth:

The Bible

Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”:

“My name is Connie and the truth about wealth is finding my place in life and giving back to benefit others. Service to others is my truth about wealth.”

 

LINKS: 

To advertise on the podcast: http://www.patricewashington.com/podcastads 

Become an Official Purpose Chaser: http://www.iamapurposechaser.com

Join Patrice’s Pod Club: http://www.patricespodclub.com 

To check out ALL of our past guests + episodes: http://www.patricewashington.com/Listen 

If you have questions about booking Patrice or sponsoring the podcast, email us at info@seekwisdomfindwealth.com

Find me in Social Media:

Our podcast hashtag is #RedefiningWealth

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Facebook: @SeekWisdomPCW

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Spiritual Malnutrition: Are You Choosing to Starve?

Spiritual Malnutrition: Are You Choosing to Starve?

November 14, 2019

What are you feeding your spirit? Seriously, what are we putting into our bodies that’s positioning us to actually get what we say we want? The Holy Spirit placed so many lessons on my heart as I was locked away in a hotel room, snacking and working on my next book. It was like a blaring alarm went off, and at that moment, I realized I wasn’t just snacking physically. I was snacking spiritually, too. 

You see, I’d do some drive-by faith by getting in a devotional here or there. Vibe to some gospel music at the gym or drop a “preach, sis, preach” on a faith-based meme on social media, all the while convincing myself it was enough. But the truth is, I was snacking. And if snacking alone is not enough to nourish our bodies, how is it ever enough to feed our spirits? It’s not.

I want you to know spiritual malnutrition is a serious condition that will leave you ready to pop off over insignificant things and incapable of living in the fullness of what you’re asking for, among other things. That’s why we must choose to make time to nourish our spirits on a daily basis.

Now, have you ever thought to yourself, “I just need more hours in the day?” I know I have, so when I meet women with full lives and full plates who seem to do SO MUCH with joy, peace, style, grace and ease, I'm always quick to ask them the secret.

When I met, Tina Black, a Paul Mitchell school owner, salon owner, author, podcaster, wife and mother how she does it all, she reminded me, “It's not about time management, it's about priority management.”

Tina doesn't believe in letting life just happen, she believes in planning. She created BE A PLANNER to help us all get ready for our best decade ever!

Be a Planner teaches you how to plan your quarter, month, week and day down to a tee. It helps you think through what you should be doing versus what you should be delegating.

Success Leaves Clues, Purpose Chasers, and for just $30 for a year-long planner, I'm willing to see how much of what has helped Tina create her amazing success can be applied to my life for sure.

To pick up your copy of “Be A Planner,” head to TinaBlack.net/SHOP. And let’s plan our way into a purposeful 2020 and beyond.

Nourishing your spirit surely deserves a bullet on your daily to-do list just as much as the other things in your life, so plan it into your day. 

Spiritual Takeaways

  • You can’t outwork a bad spiritual diet.
  • There’s no need in wishing, hoping and praying for things you’re not spiritually strong enough to accept, embrace, hold, maintain and sustain. 
  • Faith is about believing in something greater, so if you say you believe in something, then you must make time to practice it.
  • Don’t get so far it this wealth-building, business-building, brand-building and people-pleasing that now you think you can snack your way to spiritual victory.
  • Spirituality is not a one-size-fits-forever thing. What you feed your spirit today may not be enough to nourish the vision that God has for you tomorrow. 

Let us know your biggest takeaway from this episode in the comments section. What changes are you willing to make to your spiritual diet?

LINKS:

To advertise on the podcast: http://www.patricewashington.com/podcastads 

Become an Official Purpose Chaser: http://www.iamapurposechaser.com

Join Patrice’s Pod Club: http://www.patricespodclub.com

To check out ALL of our past guests + episodes: http://www.patricewashington.com/Listen

If you have questions about booking Patrice or sponsoring the podcast, email us at info@seekwisdomfindwealth.com.

Find me in Social Media: 

Our podcast hashtag is #RedefiningWealth

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Facebook: @SeekWisdomPCW 

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LIVE from Atlanta: Brandi Harvey - Breakthrough Sold Separately

LIVE from Atlanta: Brandi Harvey - Breakthrough Sold Separately

November 7, 2019

This week, Redefining Wealth is LIVE from Atlanta with special guest Brandi Harvey. Brandi has been a guest on Redefining Wealth before. In fact, a few episodes back, we re-released her interview on how she’s made fitness a lifestyle through her brand – Beyond Her. Make sure to check out that episode if you haven’t already.

Today, we’re going deeper into Brandi’s story and talking about her new book Breakthrough Sold Separately. We’ll also discuss how her own transformation has led her to help women of color reconnect to their internal power to heal and transform their mind, body and spirit.

This episode is brought to you by Purpose 2 Platform, a 20-week business accelerator and mentorship program that will get you clear on HOW to package your PURPOSE, communicate your PROMISE to your ideal audience, choose the best PLATFORM for your personality and lifestyle and create a PREMIUM offer. You'll have accountability and support in a dynamic community so you can finally make progress and be ready before you even need to pull that trigger on what's no longer serving you. Book a Breakthrough Call today at Purpose 2 Platform.com.

Pick up some gems of wisdom that will help transform your life, business or both? Please share your feedback in the comments.

About Brandi Harvey

Brandi believes our personal freedom lies beyond the edges of our limits so we should eat well, give a damn and move our bodies daily. Committed to teaching women how to care for and preserve their mind, body and spirit, she understands that women are pushed to the limit in their careers, family and everyday lives. Therefore, the need for women to restore themselves by creating daily rituals and spiritual practices is vital.

As a former high school educator and executive director to the Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation, Brandi spent the majority of her career serving children and families within the United States and around the globe. Answering her life calling as a wellness teacher, Brandi launched Beyond Her – a holistic lifestyle brand helping women of color reconnect to their internal power to heal and transform their mind, body and spirit.

The Process of Healing

In order to write Breakthrough Sold Separately, Brandi had to go through the process of healing herself first. She had to uncover the things she’d suppressed for years, and then get over the shame she had around being the daughter of a mega-star and still having things to deal with and heal from.

Tune into the podcast to hear about Brandi’s realization and how she was able to heal. 

The Backstory on Breakthrough Sold Separately

Brandi opens the book by talking about her father, Steve Harvey, releasing her from her position as Executive Director of the Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation.

And I asked her if before that happened she’d been in what I’d call a boat of mediocrity. 

She said this:

“I was. I knew that I didn’t want to be there. You know what it’s like when you don’t want to be doing something, right? You’re planning trips while at work, you’ve got Amazon open and you’re doing everything that’s not your job.”

Brandi then recalled how she had lost the spark she’d once had for the role and knew it was time to leave.

“I was stuck in a position that was not my vision. It was somebody else’s vision, and I knew God was calling me higher.” – Brandi Harvey 

Now, Brandi also spoke candidly about how she received notice that she’d been fired. Listen now so you can hear all about it in her words.  

The Mountaintop Experience

After receiving notice that she’d been terminated, Brandi didn’t know what she was going to do, but thought it might be time to write a book. 

“I was stuck on what to write about,” Brandi said, “and thought my breakthrough would come with a cocktail on the beach. God had other plans, and instead of the beach, I ended up in Boone, North Carolina on a silent retreat.”

After five days in silence, Brandi emerged with a eureka moment and realized it wasn’t just about writing a book – well, yes, that was part of it – but there was more God was calling her to do.

The Process of Transformation

“So often we attach ourselves to positions because we want to be validated by people.” – Brandi Harvey 

For years, Brandi didn’t have a close relationship with her father. Instead, she was clinging to her position because it provided a closeness she thought she needed.

“Me being fired,” she says, “was the best thing that could have happened for our relationship because it freed me from the need to want him to accept me. When I was working for him, I kept trying to prove myself, thinking that if I could win him over, he’d love me more.”

“I had to learn that I had to start showing up for myself.” – Brandi Harvey 

The thing is this: We owe ourselves silence because through silence our goals become clear. And when we’re clear on our purpose and what we’re here to do, everything shifts. When we surrender, all bets are off, and we do what we’re here to do. 

To find out more about Brandi and Beyond Her, visit https://beyondher.co/.

Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions 

And with that, let’s dig into Brandi’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions. 

Define Success:

“Success for me is loving the woman I see in the mirror. Applauding her, loving her, telling her how good and fabulous and wonderful she is – to be able to say those things – that’s success. To honor the God in me and the God in other people and to know that God is everywhere and in all things – that’s success.” 

Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less:

“I am enough.”

One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth:

Breakthrough Sold Separately by Brandi Harvey 

Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”:

“My name is Brandi and the truth about wealth is you have to define it for yourself every single day, every opportunity, every encounter. It’s not just about money, it’s about the lives you get to touch.” 

LINKS:

To advertise on the podcast: http://www.patricewashington.com/podcastads 

Become an Official Purpose Chaser: http://www.iamapurposechaser.com 

Join Patrice’s Pod Club: http://www.patricespodclub.com

To check out ALL of our past guests + episodes: http://www.patricewashington.com/Listen 

If you have questions about booking Patrice or sponsoring the podcast, email us at info@seekwisdomfindwealth.com

Find me in Social Media: 

Our podcast hashtag is #RedefiningWealth

Instagram: @SeekWisdomPCW 

Twitter: @SeekWisdomPCW 

Facebook: @SeekWisdomPCW

YouTube: @SeekWisdomPCW

LIVE from Atlanta: Marshawn Evans Daniels - Part 1

LIVE from Atlanta: Marshawn Evans Daniels - Part 1

October 31, 2019

This week, Redefining Wealth is LIVE from Atlanta with special guest, Marshawn Evans Daniels. Marshawn has been a guest on Redefining Wealth before. In fact, a few episodes back, we re-released her interview on her book – Believe Bigger: Discover the Path to Your Life Purpose – so you can still catch it if you haven’t already.

Today, we’re going deeper into Believe Bigger and looking at Marshawn’s story and her reasons for writing the book. We’ll also discuss how the concept of believing bigger can be applied and why it’s so important to utilize this idea in your own life.

So if you’ve ever wondered about your purpose, calling and gifts, and specifically asked how to become more aware of them so you could utilize them in your life, then this is an episode you don’t want to miss. 

This episode is brought to you by Purpose 2 Platform, a 20-week business accelerator and mentorship program that will get you clear on HOW to package your PURPOSE, communicate your PROMISE to your ideal audience, choose the best PLATFORM for your personality and lifestyle and create a PREMIUM offer. You’ll have accountability and support in a dynamic community so you can finally make progress and be ready before you even need to pull that trigger on what’s no longer serving you. Book a Breakthrough Call today at Purpose 2 Platform.com.

About Marshawn Evans Daniels

Marshawn Evans Daniels is a Reinvention Strategist, Influence Expert and Best-Selling Author known as The Godfidence® Coach.  

A master in teaching the art of manifestation, this former Sports Attorney, Miss America Finalist and Donald Trump Apprentice, left her full-time job as a stuffy big-firm lawyer and turned her passion for people into a multimillion-dollar enterprise just a few years ago. She helps emerging and established women influencers of faith to Believe Bigger, Live Bigger and Profit Bigger so they can ultimately Give Bigger. 

Marshawn is the best-selling author of  BELIEVE BIGGER: Discover the Path to Your Life Purpose.

Believe Bigger: Discover the Path to Your Life Purpose

Six days before Marshawn’s wedding, she found out that her fiancé was cheating on her. A woman who had built a successful multiple 7-figure business, who had been a Miss America finalist, who had starred on The Apprentice, found herself at rock bottom. And it was in that moment – what Marshawn calls a split rock moment –she realized things had to change. 

First, she called off the wedding. Then she asked God, “Why did this happen to me?” And he replied, “Because you’re going to be able to change the lives of women like never before.”

Tune in to the podcast to hear what Marshawn said in response to this.

Through this experience, Marshawn discovered her superpower is in helping women step into their purpose and to believe BIG (Built In God). 

“It is impossible for a woman to step into her destiny without being in alignment in the presence of other women.” – Marshawn Evans Daniels 

God Has Prepared a Future Version of You

“God prepares before he provides. He gets things and us ready for that new reality and he doesn’t call us prematurely.” – Marshawn Evans Daniels

So what happens when we think we’re believing bigger but we’re actually moving before our time because we haven’t taken the time to do the work?

According to Marshawn, God matures you before he moves you into your next season. Many times, we think he’s delaying, but he’s really developing, and some of the delay is our lack of willingness to submit to the development.

Many of us out there are what you’d call purpose chasers – we have a message and a mission and want to share it with the world. When we’re called, that’s just the beginning. The assignment comes with development. It comes with work. It comes with having a launch where nobody buys anything. It comes with losing – and that’s when people give up. 

How to Transition From Believing Bigger to Living Bigger

When it comes to living bigger, how do you know when you’re actually living bigger? 

Oftentimes, we compete and compare ourselves with other people’s version of living bigger and end up stuck. Marshawn calls this the gap. It’s the middle space between our comfort zone and our glory zone, and a lot of people end up there and don’t realize it.

“Gappers,” she says, “talk about what God is going to do all the time. But that’s it, nothing ever changes. They think that just being anointed is enough and it’s not.”

Listen to the podcast and learn the three main things that keep people in the gap and what you can do to move out of the gap if you’re one of them.

How has Believe Bigger changed your life? Please share with us and let us know your biggest takeaways.

Visit https://marshawn.com/ to find out more about Marshawn and Believe Bigger.

Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions

And with that, let’s dig into Marshawn’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions.

Define Success:

“In alignment with divine assignment.”

Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less:

“Kisses from hubby.”

One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth:

Believe Bigger: Discover the Path to Your Life Purpose by Marshawn Evans Daniels 

Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”:

“My name is Marshawn Evans Daniels, and to me, the truth about wealth is that abundance is an inside job.”

LINKS:

To advertise on the podcast: http://www.patricewashington.com/podcastads 

Become an Official Purpose Chaser: http://www.iamapurposechaser.com 

Join Patrice’s Pod Club: http://www.patricespodclub.com 

To check out ALL of our past guests + episodes: http://www.patricewashington.com/Listen 

If you have questions about booking Patrice or sponsoring the podcast, email us at info@seekwisdomfindwealth.com.

Find me in Social Media:

Our podcast hashtag is #RedefiningWealth 

Instagram: @SeekWisdomPCW

Twitter: @SeekWisdomPCW

Facebook: @SeekWisdomPCW

YouTube: @SeekWisdomPCW

Dr. Joy Harden Bradford: The Truth About Therapy

Dr. Joy Harden Bradford: The Truth About Therapy

October 24, 2019

Last week we touched on mental illness, and this week we’re talking about mental health and how to preserve it because it really is so critical to your overall well-being. Mental health plays a part in your relationships, finances and wealth, and in your faith too. It’s also part of the first pillar of Redefining Wealth.

Typically when I talk about the FIT pillar, people assume I’m talking about being physically fit, and although that is a part of the pillar, being mentally fit is often more important.

In today’s episode, I sit down with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, founder of Therapy for Black Girls and a licensed psychologist in Atlanta, as we unpack mental health. Here, we discuss the basics of mental health and when it’s best to see a therapist and what you can expect from the experience. 

This episode is brought to you by Purpose 2 Platform, a 20-week business accelerator and mentorship program that will get you clear on HOW to package your PURPOSE, communicate your PROMISE to your ideal audience, choose the best PLATFORM for your personality and lifestyle and create a PREMIUM offer. You'll have accountability and support in a dynamic community so you can finally make progress and be ready before you even need to pull that trigger on what's no longer serving you. Book a Breakthrough Call today at Purpose 2 Platform.com.

About Dr. Joy Harden Bradford 

Dr. Joy is a licensed psychologist in the state of Georgia. Her specialty includes working with Black women in both individual and couples counseling. Her primary areas of interest include break-up and divorce recovery, depression, work-life balance, relationship skills and self-esteem improvement.

She also has considerable knowledge in working with undergraduate and graduate students in areas including procrastination, stress management, dissertation/thesis support and career development. 

Dr. Joy created Therapy for Black Girls as an online space dedicated to encouraging the mental wellness of Black women and girls. So often the stigma surrounding mental health issues and therapy prevent Black women from taking the step of seeing a therapist. As such, Dr. Joy developed the space to present mental health topics in a way that feels more accessible and relevant.

What Is Mental Health?

Mental health is comparable to our physical health – it’s something we all have. So when we get check-ups, have blood work done, exercise and eat right, we’re doing things to take care of ourselves physically. Mental health, on the other hand, often gets forgotten because many people don’t realize that it’s also something they need to take care of. 

“Mental health encompasses our emotions and how we experience things. It often feels intangible, but is very important in our lives.” – Dr. Joy 

Historically, the African American culture has been one where you couldn’t or shouldn’t share certain types of information with other people. Reasoning for this often meant it was for survival purposes or for life, work or social opportunities in business or in the community.

And while it made sense back then, now we’ve come to realize that leaving things bottled up inside is not healthy. 

Having said that, therapy is still difficult for a lot of people. People still struggle with the idea of sharing about their childhood and family and that’s often because they’ve been raised to not talk about those things.

What is Mental Illness?

Mental illness is a diagnosed psychiatric condition. This can be any conditions such as a major depressive disorder, an anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. With any of these there are a specific set of symptoms that impact your life in significant ways – that’s why they’re classified as a mental illness.

Therapy for general things, however, is usually not a full-blown mental illness. So if you’re feeling anxious about a new job or an upcoming interview that’s not necessarily an anxiety disorder.

Another example is if you want to be more assertive in your relationships, again, not necessarily a mental illness, but something you can certainly see a therapist for. 

Is It Time to Find a Therapist?

Therapy is useful when dealing with life issues – from anxiety about a new job to how you show up or want to show up in your relationships. So how do you know when it’s the right time to talk to a therapist versus praying or talking to your girlfriends?

According to Dr. Joy, there’s nothing wrong with praying, talking to your girlfriends and talking to a therapist. Usually though, many people put off talking with a therapist because they think therapy is something you only do in a crisis.

But the reality is you can be talking with a therapist long before any crisis happens.

“Therapy isn’t always for a crisis. Oftentimes, if you talk to a therapist in those early stages, you can prevent something from escalating.” – Dr. Joy

So, are you doing yourself a disservice by not making therapy a part of your lifestyle? Tune in to the podcast to find out with Dr. Joy says.  

How to Choose the Right Therapist

According to Dr. Joy, the “right therapist” is someone you feel comfortable discussing personal, often private topics with. These are sometimes things you haven’t ever shared with anyone – not your mother, spouse or best friends. So it’s going to be very important for you to trust the person with that information.

You also want to make sure to find someone who has specific expertise in working with the condition or concern you’re coming to them with. For instance, if you have an eating disorder, you’d want to look for someone who has expertise in that area or someone who has done additional training in eating disorders. This way you know you’re going to someone who has the best chance of treating you.

“At its core, a therapeutic relationship is like any other relationship in your life, except that you’re not hanging out after the session.” – Dr. Joy 

Now, Dr. Joy shared some eye-opening insight about finding the right therapist that you’ll have to tune in to catch, but in the meantime, I’ll leave you with this valuable nugget:

When choosing a therapist, the biggest thing is feeling 100% comfortable and being able to trust them.

If you think you need support or you have questions about therapy, please visit Dr. Joy’s site, Therapy for Black Girls – it’s an incredible resource.

Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions 

And with that, let’s dig into Dr. Joy’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions.

Define Success:

“Being able to make my own rules and live life the way I want.” 

Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less:

“Health, family and vacation.”

One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth:

Profit First by Mike Michalowicz

Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”:

“My name is Dr. Joy and the truth about wealth is that it is individual for each person.”

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T-Kea Blackman: Success Doesn’t Make You Exempt

T-Kea Blackman: Success Doesn’t Make You Exempt

October 17, 2019

Mental health, like money, is often a taboo topic. It’s also a topic that has terminology associated with it that’s usually used incorrectly, namely equating mental health with mental illness and sadness with depression. In fact, many of us equate sadness with depression, but the truth is they’re very different.

In today’s episode, I sit down with T-Kea Blackman author of Saved & Depressed: A Suicide Survivor’s Journey of Mental Health, Healing & Faith and owner of Fireflies Unite, a mental health media and communications company. T-Kea and I go deep into the topic of mental health. We cover everything from T-Kea’s own struggle with depression and her attempted suicide to society’s understanding of mental health.

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About T-Kea Blackman

T-Kea Blackman, MPS (also known as Kea) is a mental health advocate, speaker and author. She is the owner of Fireflies Unite, a mental health media and communications company.

She is also the creator and host of the Fireflies Unite Podcast, a weekly podcast dedicated to bringing light into darkness–just like fireflies–by sharing the stories of individuals with mental illness who are thriving within communities of color despite the disadvantages and racism that negatively impacts their mental health.

​Described as an inspiration, her heartfelt and powerful story is a testament that anyone can thrive despite having a mental illness. T-Kea was diagnosed with major depression and generalized anxiety disorders and is a suicide survivor. She previously worked in the television industry as a publicist and production/talent coordinator.

Within her career, she provided support to TV One’s signature award-winning shows Unsung and Unsung Hollywood, BET’s Black Girls Rock!, The Soul Train Awards and BET X Youth Experience. Her diagnosis led her to use her communications and media skills to raise awareness for mental illness within communities of color.

T-Kea wrote her first book, Saved & Depression: A Suicide Survivor’s Journey Of Mental Health, Healing, & Faith to educate her community on mental health, as well it encourages them to seek treatment.

To follow T-Kea’s journey and listen to her podcast, visit www.firefliesunite.com and connect with her @firefliespod on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Saved & Depressed: T-Kea’s Journey

In T-Kea’s book she talks specifically about her own mental health, her healing process and her faith. One of the questions she asked herself while in the psychiatric unit of a hospital following her attempted suicide is:

“How does someone with an apartment, a car, two college degrees and a promising career end up in a place she was told was for crazy people?”

T-Kea believed the people who ended up needing psychiatric care were people who were homeless, who talked to themselves and who were in disarray. She didn’t know there could actually be something going on internally with these people and ultimately with herself.

In fact, she remembers saying to one of the nurses, “I don’t belong here.” And the nurse replied, “You’re here because your brain is sick. Just like you would go to a cardiologist if you were having issues with your heart. Right now, you’re here because your brain is sick and we’re working to figure out how to help you move forward.”

Even T-Kea’s aunt told her she didn’t belong there with “those people,” and I’m sure many of us would tell someone the same thing in an effort to be helpful and to encourage them to “snap out of it.”

But the truth is … it’s deeper than that.

“High achieving doesn’t mean you can’t have poor mental health.” – T-Kea Blackman 

The Difference Between Mental Health and Mental Illness

We all have mental health. The problem is, a lot of people use the terms “mental health” and “mental illness” interchangeability and distort what each actually means. 

So if you ask someone, “How’s your mental health?” There’s a good chance they’ll get offended. But everyone has mental health. 

“A lot of times people assume if they have mental health – good or bad – they have issues, but that’s not true.” – T-Kea Blackman

We all have mental health, just like we all have physical health. Mental health is a person’s condition in connection to their emotional and psychological state. So you can have good mental health where everything is great or you can have poor mental health where things like low self-esteem and depression start to creep in.

When poor mental health goes untreated, it can develop into a mental illness such as depressive disorder or bipolar disorder or even in extreme cases, schizophrenia. The biggest thing with a mental illness is it will destroy your ability to function at your maximum capacity.

Depression Is Not A Synonym for Sadness

This is another place where we use the words depression and sadness interchangeability and incorrectly. One of the things T-Kea covers in her book is how debilitating it is when you’re in a depressive episode and how some people perceive you as being lazy or they say, “You’re just sad” or “You just need to push through this.”

“When people use depression and sadness interchangeability, it minimizes the severity of depression and can cause more damage to a person.” – T-Kea Blackman 

When you don’t have enough money to get your car fixed, you’re sad or bummed out about it – this is an example of sadness. But when you find the money to get your car fixed, you’re usually fine.

In other words, with sadness, it tends to fade away once the situation gets better. But with depression, there’s a lingering sadness that actually never leaves – like a dark cloud that follows you everywhere. The other thing with depression is there’s often a loss of interest in activities you usually enjoy.

“If we understand that depression is truly a disability, we can have a greater level of compassion for those suffering from it.” – Patrice Washington

You can’t always see someone’s mental health just by looking at them. In fact, oftentimes, it’s the high-achieving, high-functioning, people who have poor mental health or are struggling with a mental illness. It’s for that reason we need to show compassion for those struggling and really offer support instead of judgement.

Now, I’d love to hear about your experience with mental health. How do you see mental health in society? Do you agree that the majority of people use depression and sadness incorrectly? Please let me know in the comments below.

And to find out more about T-Kea and Saved & Depressed, visit www.firefliesunite.com.

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Kachelle Kelly: Infusing Faith In Business

Kachelle Kelly: Infusing Faith In Business

October 10, 2019

When it comes to incorporating faith into their business, many business owners shy away from it, and not because they aren’t spiritual. But because, in many cases, they’re afraid to offend people who don’t share their beliefs. 

I’ve had that fear. People have even told me to tone down the “God talk.” But God is an integral part of my business and my life, and to ignore Him and my faith wouldn’t be right. It also wouldn’t be of service to my business.

In today’s episode, I sit down with Kachelle Kelly, author of Boss Women Pray and Boss Men Pray, and we talk specifically about how to infuse faith into your business and not feel like you’re pressuring others to believe what you believe.

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About Kachelle Kelly

Kachelle is a transformational speaker, author, corporate trainer, serial entrepreneur and thought provoker dedicated to changing the world one mindset at a time. She was able to successfully introduce the idea of merging faith and business in the world’s first prayer guide for entrepreneurs and corporate leaders, Boss Women Pray and Boss Men Pray, which created an international movement.

Even with the success of those book, Kachelle is most proud of her book Boss Kids Pray: ABC’s Prayers for a Child’s Life, featuring power words and prayers to cultivate children in today’s culture.

Kachelle has been featured in Entrepreneur, Black Enterprise and Sister 2 Sister Magazine. She, and the entire Boss Pray movement, also received recognition in her Houston, Texas hometown where she was is now the first female in the personal and professional development field to be awarded her own day. 

Boss Women Pray

“Beloved, I pray that you may prosper in all things and be in health, just as your soul prospers.” – 3 John 1:2

This verse has been one of my guiding scriptures since January 1, 2006. So when I opened up Kachelle’s book Boss Women Pray and saw it, I knew the book was going to be incredible – and it is.

As a woman of faith and someone who incorporates God into her business, I’m always surprised when I meet people who are equally surprised that I incorporate faith into my business. They say things like, “Oh my gosh, you’re so bold” or “I can’t believe you did that – I could never do that.” And I’m genuinely curious about why people shun the idea of incorporating faith into their business. 

For Kachelle, she thought it was going to be career suicide to even write Boss Women Pray because no one was mixing business and faith. After all, she didn’t want to offend anybody or assume everybody was Christian, and yet she wanted to be authentic and genuine to herself and her beliefs.

“I didn’t want to write a book. I simply wanted to read a book like Boss Women Pray and I couldn’t find anything similar to it.” – Kachelle Kelly

After Kachelle searched and searched and couldn’t find anything like what she wanted, she heard God whisper, “When you can’t find something you create it.”

Obedience to God

“Be obedient and God will give you everything you need.” – Kachelle Kelly 

For many people, they hear God but then immediately question what they heard or question themselves and then don’t do it. These are the people who know they want to write a book, but then take seven years to write it or don’t write it at all.

Kachelle wrote Boss Women Pray and Boss Men Pray in seven days. As soon as she heard God whisper, “When you can’t find something you create it,” she knew this was her assignment and she got to work. She’d didn’t question Him or her ability.

Instead, she got clear on what she wanted this book to be, mapped out each section and meditated on scripture. She asked questions like, “If I was starting a business today, where would I start? Where would I end up? What would be my problems?” And then wrote the content around those things.

“I was afraid, but I chose to be obedient because when you hear God, you go – you take action.” – Kachelle Kelly 

Excerpt from Boss Women Pray

When I was looking to completely shift my team, I kept going back to Day 21: Prayer for Partners and Staff. This prayer allowed me to get clear and intentional about who I wanted to go with me to the next level.

Now, you must tune in to this week’s podcast to hear me read this powerful, clarity-inducing prayer.

I turn to it time and time again, and I will continue to use it as we keep growing the Redefining Wealth team.

Many people are conditioned to pray when something is wrong. Kachelle’s book teaches us that it’s okay to pray specifically for our business. God is concerned about everything that concerns us. So it makes sense that he’d be concerned about our business. 

“We box God in and think he’s there only to keep us safe or protected or to give us peace. What we don’t understand is he’s there for everything.” – Kachelle Kelly 

How is your relationship with God? Do you share your business concerns with him? Have you been called to do something and it’s still a to-do on your list? I’d love to know in the comments below.

And to find out more about Kachelle and Boss Women Pray, visit http://www.kachellekelly.com/shop/.

Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions

And with that, let’s dig into Kachelle’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions.

Define Success:

“Peace.”

Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less:

“Generational and real estate.”

One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth:

Any books by Patrice Washington or Suze Orman.

Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”:

“My name is Kachelle Kelly and the truth about wealth is that wealth is within you – it’s peace. It’s however you define it, and it needs to be generational and leave a legacy for those behind you.”

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REWIND: Brandi Harvey - Fitness Is a Lifestyle

REWIND: Brandi Harvey - Fitness Is a Lifestyle

October 3, 2019

When it comes to the FIT Pillar of Redefining Wealth, it’s all about becoming your best self. It’s not about being the skinniest person in the room; instead, it’s about being the healthiest – both physically and mentally.

One of the things we talk about a lot is that many people have a vision for their life, but they aren’t protecting the vessel that’s needed to execute that vision. In today’s episode, I sit down with Brandi Harvey – owner of Beyond Her, a holistic lifestyle brand helping women of color reconnect to their internal power to heal and transform their mind, body and spirit.

This episode is brought to you by the Eating for Energy 4-Week Transformation Program designed by our very own Purpose Chaser, Certified Nutrition Coach, Nichole Guerrette.  If you are ready to wake up with more energy and have more confidence in the kitchen join this comprehensive program today for JUST $47! Head to patricewashington.com/energy NOW! 

About Brandi Harvey

Brandi believes our personal freedom lies beyond the edges of our limits and so we should eat well, give a damn and move our bodies daily. Committed to teaching women how to care for and preserve their mind, body and spirit, Brandi understands women are pushed to the limit in their careers, family and everyday lives. Therefore, the need for women to restore themselves by creating daily rituals and spiritual practices is vital.

As a former high school educator and executive director to the Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation, Brandi spent the majority of her career serving children and families within the United States and around the globe.

Answering her life calling as a wellness teacher, Brandi launched Beyond Her – a holistic lifestyle brand helping women of color reconnect to their internal power so they can heal and transform their mind, body and spirit.

Brandi Harvey is a renaissance woman who believes the stakes of life are high., meaning we might as well bet on ourselves and play to win.

Seeing Myself Become My Best Self

Brandi’s journey into health began when she went home for spring break her sophomore year of college. When she was home, her dad loving called her his “fluffy girl.” She remembers thinking, “What does fluffy mean?” And realized that it meant fat, overweight … you know the drill.

When she got back to college, something clicked in her and she started working out. In the beginning though, Brandi worked out like so many of us do – she’d work out for 45 minutes and then reward herself with a treat, like a milkshake. 

Eventually, Brandi started to correct this and started removing “unnecessary” things from her diet. Over time, she became vegan, and then became a spin instructor, then a certified trainer, and then a fitness competitor.

To Brandi, her dad calling her “fluffy” wasn’t damaging to her self-esteem. Instead, it awakened the giant within.

“Everybody has a giant inside of them. It just takes a nudge or a word for it to wake up. That’s what the word ‘fluffy’ was for me.” – Brandi Harvey 

Brandi says, “At first, I wanted my father’s approval and for him to say I wasn’t fluffy. But then I realized, No, I want to be healthy and I want to live my life to the highest, fullest potential I possibly can.”

That word and her decision have set Brandi on a path that’s taught her how to heal herself. Since then, she’s learned how to heal her body, mind and spirit, and says she’s in better health now at 35 than she was at 15.

You Only Get One Body

For many people, they’re like Brandi was in the beginning – they need a reward for working to earn something.

But here’s the thing, you get one body – that’s it.

God has blessed you with one temple to take care of. For many of us, when we hear the idea of our body as being a temple, and we equate it to sex. You know, “Be careful who you sleep with because your body is a temple.” You’ve probably heard that before or, “Don’t drink or smoke because your body is a temple.”

But what we put into our body and how we maintain and care for our temple is equally as important, and it’s usually something that’s not talked about.

Think about it like this, every Sunday after church, there’s either a bake sale, coffee hour or some type of non-healthy meal, right? Yet in church we’re praying for healing of our bodies, minds and aliments, and then the next thing we do is put crap into our bodies, the same crap that’s killing us.

In other words, we’re praying for God to help us with our hypertension or diabetes or cancer – all preventable things – but then we don’t take the preventable measures because to do that requires us to do something different. It requires us to change something that’s not in our wheelhouse necessarily.

The thing is, we know how to heal ourselves. We’ve just forgotten because we’ve also been taught we need a high protein diet, we need meat and we need calcium from milk and cheese.

“What we are putting into our bodies has the ability to heal us or it has the ability to harm us and cause disease.” – Brandi Harvey

Greatness Never Goes on Sale

“You cannot get a discount on greatness – it never goes on sale.” – Brandi Harvey 

Think about this the next time you see one of those insta-quick diets or weight loss solutions. You know the ones – the 8-minute abs or 14-day diet or 21-day challenge. These things are not going to solve your problem. Sure, you may lose weight, but you’ll gain it right back when something triggers you emotionally.

Emotional weight, mental weight, spiritual weight – it’s all connected to your physical weight.

“When I talk about losing weight, I’m not talking about shedding pounds to fit into skinny jeans. No, this is about shedding the weight of life.” – Brandi Harvey 

Many of us want those quick-fixes, but until we make the switch in our mind that it’s not about the physical weight – it’s about what caused the weight – then we stay stagnant or we lose weight and then gain it back.

The Beauty of Silence 

Brandi started her health journey at 19 and now she’s 37. If anything, those 18 years have taught her that physical shape is only one part of the equation. 

As she says, “Until I got my mind and spirit in shape, I had to distance myself and disconnect. I had to get silent. I had to get uncomfortable in order to find out who I really was, and I had to understand that I couldn’t live life for somebody else.”

“Focus on your mental health – that’s when the total shift happens and your life opens up.” – Brandi Harvey 

We owe ourselves silence because through silence, our goals become clear. And when we’re clear on our purpose and what we’re here to do, everything shifts. When we surrender, all bets are off, and we do what we’re here to do. 

To find out more about Brandi and Beyond Her, visit https://beyondher.co/.

Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions

And with that, let’s dig into Brandi’s responses to our Redefining Wealth Rapid Wisdom Questions.

Define Success:

“I define success by the people who I’ve touched, the people who I’ve loved.”

Define Wealth in 3 Words or Less:

“God is infinite.”

One Book that Has Redefined How You See Wealth:

The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself by Michael Alan Singer

Fill-in the Blanks … “My name is ___ and the truth about wealth is ___”:

“My name is Brandi and the truth about wealth is we define it every day for ourselves.” 

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