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We are 3 guys who live in different cities but enjoy discussing and debating on topics related to politics and current events with each other. The 3 of us are from different ethnicity and grew up from different backgrounds. Our names represent a major stereotype for each of our ethnicity. Bad Driver is an oriental Asian, was not born in the United States, but did grow up here at a young age. MAGA is white Caucasian and was born and raised in the U.S. Tech Support is a brown Asian, was not bo ...
 
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The mother wound — the festering wound that we MUST heal in order to fully experience the joy of being in relationship with our sistas. Sistahood is the container where we GET to surrender to deeper levels of support, deeper levels of love and accountability, but it is virtually impossible to experience such deep connections when your mother wound …
 
My guest for today is Alok Jain. Alok Jain is a New Delhi based SEBI registered Investment Advisor and founder of a momentum investing service weekendinvesting.com Alok is an Engineer from the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi and a MBA finance from the University of Maryland. He returned to India to start his journey in the markets by setting u…
 
Welcome to another feature in our Black from the Past™ segment. Today’s feature is Willie (Big Mama) Thornton, blues singer and song writer from Montgomery, AL. Quick Facts: Willie Mae (Big Mama) Thornton’s career lasted from the 1940s until the 1980s Earned the name “Big Mama” at the Apollo Theatre in New York Best known for her recording of Hound…
 
My guest for today is Gautam Baid, author of the international best-seller "The Joys of Compounding" and portfolio manager at an SEC-registered investment advisor based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Previously, he served at the Mumbai, London, and Hong Kong offices of Citigroup and Deutsche Bank as senior analyst in their healthcare investment banking t…
 
Sistahood, the bond that keeps Black women together… …until it doesn’t, right? Contrary to what mainstream media would have you believe, Black women are the original GIRLFRIENDS — the original sistahood. Seriously, NOBODY has your back like Black women do. But the reality is, whether intentional or unintentional, Black women DO hurt Black women. …a…
 
Welcome to our first Black from the Past™ highlight of the season where we’re shining a light on Mary Eliza Mahoney, the first Black woman to study and work as a professionally trained nurse in the United States. Quick Facts: Born in Boston, MA to freed slaves Worked as a nurse in the early 19th & 20th centuries Started working at the New England h…
 
Black women have been rocking the Black superwoman cape since we were little Black girls. Don’t believe it? Check out Shirl’s “Red Rover” story in this first episode of Season 4. Tune in as Shirl and Natty give you a behind the scenes look at what caping, masking and hiding looks like for them, how it all started, the NUMBER ONE thing the cape is c…
 
Sis, aren’t you tired of rocking that Superwoman cape? Aren’t you tired of letting “them” tell you how to do life, how to do strong? If you answered yes, season four is just what you need to start the journey to uncaping. The theme for this season is “Things We’ve Lost to the [Superwoman] Cape” and we’re talking about ALL THE THINGS the cape is cos…
 
My guest for today is Abhay Pandey. Abhay is a Founding Partner at A91, a venture fund launched in 2018. A91 has invested in companies like Sugar Cosmetics, GoDigit Insurance and Hector Beverages. Prior to founding A91 Partners, Mr. Abhay Pandey was a Managing Director at Sequoia Capital India Advisors Private Limited from 2008-2018. Prior to Sequo…
 
It’s time to heal the little Black girl behind the strong Black woman. The life you long for, the deep connections you desire are buried inside the little Black girl behind the Strong Black woman. The little Black girl who was conditioned to never cry, ask for help or need anyone, the little Black girl who was taught to mimic happiness even when he…
 
Rest is NOT just another four letter word. Your body is your temple, your temple is your strength, and sometimes your strength gets tired. When that happens, it’s time to explore the temple to determine which part of this sacred space needs rest. The goal here is to have a calm, stable energy throughout the day everyday and the only way we can get …
 
My guest for today is Abhishek Goyal, Co Founder of Tracxn. Abhishek is graduate from IIT Kanpur, worked with Yahoo and Amazon before joining Accel and then starting Tracxn. In various avatars (Accel, Tracxn Labs & personally), he has invested in 100+ startups over last 13 years which included names like Flipkart, Delhivery, Rupeek, Gameskraft, Air…
 
There’s a difference between doing something because you have to or because you don’t have support and doing something because you don’t trust anyone else to do it, because you don’t want to relinquish control, or because you don’t want to owe anyone anything. That’s the FINE line ladies. Often we allow our lived experiences to unconsciously push u…
 
Being a Black woman often means that our words and our emotions are weaponized and used against us. We’re compared to pit bulls when we speak up using a tone that demands respect, while our white counterparts are seen as passionate and brave for doing the exact same thing. Because of that, you’ll find yourself sitting in silence and hiding what you…
 
My guest for today is Vaibhav Sanghavi , Co-CEO, Avendus Capital Public Markets Alternate Strategies LLP. Vaibhav Sanghavi has an overall work experience of 18 years with deep domain expertise in hedge funds. As part of his role, he is the lead portfolio manager for all its funds and holds a track record of outperforming markets across cycles. His …
 
One of the primary reasons Black women often avoid vulnerability is because we’re a part of a culture that stigmatizes being vulnerable.In this episode Shirl talks about what vulnerability is, what it is NOT and offers some simple things we can do to begin to give voice to our needs, feelings and emotions and still withhold pieces of yourself that …
 
How many times has something happened in your life and you find yourself staring in the mirror mouthing the words...I shouldn’t be feeling this way.Why am crying about this?Suck it up, girl. You’re stronger than this!Get your sh** together NOW.When you do this, you invalidate your feelings. You have a right to feel whatever you’re feeling in any gi…
 
My guest today is Kalpen Parekh (https://twitter.com/KalpenParekh) , President of DSP Investment Managers Pvt. Ltd (https://invest.dspim.com/) DSPIM is one of the leading Mutual Fund house in India. Kalpen has over two decades of experience in finance and asset management. He is a deep thinker and passionate about behavioural finance and believes t…
 
As Black women we are born nurturers, but because of life’s circumstances we have a skewed perception of what that means; but even more that life’s circumstances, our perception of what it means to be nurturers can be greatly contributed to learned behavior dating back to childhood. And that learned behavior dates back to the days of slavery. The s…
 
Many are talking about how problematic it is how it may be time to retire the Strong Black Woman label.Tarij P. Henson in particular has been very vocal about her discomfort with the label Strong Black Woman.In an interview with Essence she talked in detail about how “many of us [Black women] proudly take on the “strong Black woman” identity not re…
 
The running theme for 2020 has been EXHAUSTED for a lot of us, but most of us are still finding ways to maintain our sanity in the midst of it all. In this episode Natty and I give listeners a sneak peek into some of the revelations we've encountered during this time of uncertainty and some new healthy and life changing practices that we've taken o…
 
Join us in going through 20+ year of investment journey of fixed income veteran Sandeep Baid . He has extensive experience in running credit business at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. He then went on to be the founding member of Indostar Capital (www.indostarcapital.com) , one of the leading NBFC. Books Referrred: Intelligent Investor by Benjamin G…
 
It's been a few weeks since we've released an episode because you know.......LIFE!Let me just tell ya, homeschooling/virtual learning with elementary age children is NO EASY FEAT!Chile!!! I'm struggling over here.In this short bonus episode I share the struggle with y'all and invite you help Natty and I level up by answering a few questions to help…
 
In this week's minisode of Black from the Past™ we're shining a light on the breathtakingly beautiful and amazingly talented Phyllis Hyman. Phyliss Hyman was a Philadelphia native best known for her contributions to the music world during the late 1970s through the early 1990s. She had this sultry, velvety and smokey gorgeous voice that absolutely …
 
" Colorism "You're pretty for a dark skinned girl." "I don't usually date dark skinned girls."Has anyone ever had the audacity to utter those words to you? I certainly hope not. But let's be real, if those words had never been uttered, we wouldn't be having the colorism conversation, right?Dating back to the days of slavery, the chains of colorism …
 
Welcome to the very first minisode in our Black from the Past™ series. Black from the Past™ is our contribution to preserving and normalizing Black history.Here's where we shine a light on Black women who are often forgotten, but have most certainly made an impact on the Black female culture.Today's spotlight is shinning bright on Margaret Garner, …
 
The sexualization of Black women and girls has its roots in slavery and racism and heavily contributes to rape culture internally and externally. And to add insult to injury, mainstream media has been oversexualizing the Black female body for years, for CENTURIES.Well, y’all know Natty and I are ALWAYS down for a good session of disrupting the madn…
 
Hey y'all! What is up! What is happening! We are back and we are ready to get back to dropping the dopeness and realness that is Shades of Strong episodes. We appreciate your patience AND loyalty as we took some time to rest, regroup, and strategize for the remainder of the season. In this episode Natty and I tell you what we've been up during the …
 
Black people are still our here fighting for the right to JUST BE -- you know ALIVE. And I'm here for ALL OF IT! I'm happy to see so many Black People on the front lines fighting against racism even while we're in the middle of a global pandemic.A number of changes have already taken place because Black People are refusing to be silent. We are dema…
 
People-pleasing is a habit that we’ve all fallen prey to at some point in our lives. It is the act of pleasing other people instead of doing the things that we know will make us happy or the things that will bring us peace. People pleasing wears many faces, but the one we’re undoubtedly most familiar with is saying yes when we REALLY want to say no…
 
Knowing exactly when slavery started may be something we will never know, but research has shown that enslaved Africans arrived in North America as early as the fifteen hundredsHowever, history books have taught us that 1619 was the year slavery started in America. This was the year when approximately twenty Africans arrived on a ship to Jamestown …
 
It’s been nearly three months since the brutal murder of Breonna Taylor & all we have is a total disregard for Black life & an incident report filled with lies.Is it not enough that Breonna Taylor was shot EIGHT times while sleeping in what was supposed to be the safety of her OWN HOME?Is it not enough that the city of Louisville has been and STILL…
 
Thanks to social media and the news that seems to be broadcasting 24/7, we’re constantly inundated with horrific headlines painting vivid pictures of one tragedy after another, making it is super easy for us to fall into a space of hopelessness.I get it! Natty and I were there too. But, thanks to our good friend, Ife Madzimoyo who came through with…
 
With so much happening in the world, it’s super easy to feel helpless, and maybe even hopeless, especially if you’re not out protesting. As podcasters, we have platforms where we can speak out against racism and police brutality.In this PSA, Natty and I encourage you to be educated, engaged, and to take action.Support the work of activists on the f…
 
After years of emotional abuse, someone has finally convinced that you need to forgive your offender, let go and move on with your life. And you've committed to doing that because forgiveness is for you – not your offender, right?But something is still missing. You’re still not able to get back to that happy place that you once knew because you’re …
 
If you enjoyed the previous episode on how we as parents unknowingly pass trauma down to our children, you'll also enjoy part 2 of the conversation as Shirl and Natty offer tips and strategies on how you keep from passing down trauma and leaving a legacy of pain. SUBSCRIBE. RATE. REVIEW If you enjoyed this or previous episodes, head on over to Appl…
 
As Black Women we have a tendency to bury our pain not realizing that it manifests itself in every area of our lives -- in romantic relationships, through our relationships with our parents, our children, our siblings, on our jobs, and yes even how we parent our children.Generational curses (generational trauma) are nothing more than unresolved iss…
 
To be Strong, Black and Woman Struggling with Mental Health Issues...We can't pray it away, we can't sleep it away, we can't choose it away. We need support too. Tarij P Henson, Michelle Williams, Alicia Keys, Jennifer Lewis, Lisa Nicole Carson, Fantasia, Audra McDonad, Halley Berry, Serena Williams, Macy Gray...What do these African American women…
 
TRIGGER WARNING. This episode details one woman's story of religious trauma and emotional abuse and may be triggering for some. Please proceed with caution.Religious trauma is a condition experienced by those who are struggling with leaving an authoritarian religion and coping with the mental and emotional damage of indoctrination. Janine Maryland …
 
What doesn't kill you makes you stronger, right?That's what the world would have you believe, but the reality is...what doesn't kill you makes you build a wall.Tearing down those walls is what makes you stronger.You gotta tune into this week's episode as we show you how to tear them down brick by brick. But, we don't just stop there, we're giving y…
 
I really wish I had ended it sooner. I wish we could have made it wok. How could I have been so stupid? Why didn't I see the signs? Did I even try? Any of this sound familiar?Breakups suck BIG TIME, right? Whether you're the breakup -er or the breakup -ee, it stings a little......nah -- Scratch that! It stings A LOT.And you just want the pain to go…
 
Dear single black mom, you DO NOT have to cook and clean and wash everything ...... be everything... do everything! Mama, gotta have a life too, right?Before we dive into the cooking and cleaning of it all, how bout we talk about the guilt that often comes with being a single black mom who has little to no help from the child's dad. Single black mo…
 
We're taking a break from our regular topic (well kinda sorta) and interrupting this forced pause with a bonus episode to share some words of encouragement on navigating disappointments when life happens unexpectedly. Join us as we talk about how to keep moving when life lets you down.저자 Shirley Hubbard & Natalyn Bradshaw, Advocates for the Strong Black Woman
 
Not all fatherless black girls come from broken homes and not all fatherless black girls have daddy issues so let's stop with the stereotypes. When we hear those words, we automatically go to the place of single parent homes, but being fatherless comes in many forms. You can be deemed “fatherless” even when your father is in the home Lacking a fath…
 
Family secrets. How many of us have them? I'd be willing to bet that everyone listening to this episode has at least one.We all have a chapter in our lives we're ashamed to read aloud -- secrets that are buried deep inside, which brings us to our topic today.BLACK FAMILY SECRETS! That's certainly not to imply that other cultures don’t have secrets,…
 
Stop letting people tell you that you gotta fake it til you make it....because YOU DON'T have to do that, sis. There is nothing cute or praise worthy about faking anything.Listen, I get it. Life will suck the happy right out of you. As a matter of fact, it will suck YOU out of your life.Anger, sorrow, grief, guilt, shame, feelings of abandonment an…
 
Hey y'all! Season 3 is about to be LIT because we're talking ALL THINGS healing. If you're ready to set yourself free from the guilt, shame and blame of unfortunate circumstances (past or present), you don't want to miss any of season three's episodes!저자 Shirley Hubbard & Natalyn Bradshaw, Advocates for the Strong Black Woman
 
How do you teach your Black Son how to thrive in a country where modern day Jim Crow laws and the school-to-prison pipeline are very serious realities?Randi B and I both know from personal experience that rearing a black son is a daunting task in and of itself. Couple that with raising him in a world that ridicules, dishonors and discounts him simp…
 
When's the last time you asked yourself the question, "what makes me happy"? I'd be willing to bet that the answer to that question is NEVER.Okay, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt -- maybe you have asked yourself, but have you really sat in it? What does happiness look like for you? Do you even know?As Black women we are so consumed with maki…
 
Some of you probably know Gina Neely as the FULL OF LIFE celebrity chef on the Food Network’s Down Home with The Neely’s or Aspire TV's Chop it up with Gina, but let me just tell ya, she is so much more than that. She’s an entrepreneur, a reality television star, New York Times Bestselling Author, she’s made guest appearances on Dr. Oz, Good Mornin…
 
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