In this dynamic episode with the iconic Vera Moore of Vera Moore Cosmetics, she discusses how she was able to create and launch her own cosmetics line at a time when there was nothing out there for black women.  She was able to launch a major brand after being one of the first black females featured on a major soap opera.  She also discusses how she was able to pivot online during COVID-19. 

To learn more about Vera Moore Cosmetics visit

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Carolyn Kiel is the creator of the Beyond Six Seconds podcast, which is an amazing platform where everyday heros have the opportunity to share their unique stories. 

In this amazing interview with Carolyn you will discover:

  • The secret to finding guests for your show
  • What you need to include on your website to attract potential guests
  • How to get more ratings and reviews for your podcasts
  • What you need to do to get the word out about your show
  • What social media platforms can get you the most engagement and visibility for your show

You will also get advice for starting your own podcast and what the future outlook is for podcasting so much more!

Find out more about Carolyn at


In today's episode of the podcast you will hear a conversation about WORTHINESS with Chikeola Karimou and the founder of the Network for Women in Business, Toni Coleman Brown.

So many female entrepreneurs struggle with worthiness. They don't charge what they're worth, they don't act as if they're worthy and they don't feel worthy.  Why?  We get into with Chikeola who teaches us how to connect our worthiness with our divine spirit. 

It's a great conversation and it is filled with value and epiphanies.  Learn more about Chikeola online by clicking here

Learn more about the Network for Women in Business by clicking here.

In this episode, Content Marketing for Small Businesses, you will discover what exactly content marketing is and how you can create a plan for your business.  Content marketing doesn't have to be difficult, especially if you create some clear goals.  This episode is being brought to you by Toni Coleman Brown, who is the founder of the Network for Women in Business.


Find out more about the Network for Women in Business by clicking here.

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Lena Cohen-Hawkins is an international speaker, powerhouse business consultant, two-time author, and corporate trainer. Her passion and expertise is emotional intelligence, especially as it relates to diversity and inclusion, and corporate culture. Lena counsels people on how to access, understand, and regulate their emotions; in order to excel in the real world.  Lena speaks to us about her experiences and her new Amazon Bestselling title, Brilliant Resilience.

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In this episode you will hear from Tashawn Blackshear who is a successful Paparazzi Jewelry Representative.  Discover how she is working her home based business and the strategies that she's using to build her business online. 

This interview was recorded pre-COVID-19, so we decided to catch up with her only to find out that she's thriving during this pandemic.  Learn more about how she's doing it by listening to this episode.

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Welcome back to a New Season of the Network for Women in Business Podcast. We are back to bringing you great episodes.  Some have been updated to add what's been happening with our entrepreneurs in this new COVID-19 environment.  But this gives you a preview of what's been happening with us and what's to come. 

The Network for Women in Business was created to train, connect and advance female entrepreneurs.  They continue to do this even in challenging times. On Monday, June 1, 2020, they will launch the Entrepreneur Success University.  It will contain resources, many of which are "free" to help entrepreneurs to grow their business.

Also, continuing in the tradition of connecting they will also begin to host more online "lives" showcasing ways to connect with others. Women in business now more than ever need a place to connect and feel as if they're a part of something and they can do that with the Network for Women in Business.

Get more details on membership at


In this episode Veronica speaks very candidly about scaling her business to $500,000 per year in sales. We discuss some very important topics such as hiring your first employees, pricing your business the right way, internal struggles with worthiness. We discuss this and so much more! It’s such a great conversation.

Veronica Moya is a businesswoman, originally from Argentina. She is the founder of Wedding Packages NYC, an all-inclusive and exclusive elopement company and Trust Your Heart, Inc., a spiritual development program for children & adults.

Veronica first started her entrepreneurial journey at the age of 16 when she founded a kids entertainment company in Buenos Aires. Since that first business venture, her work has expanded in several directions.
She moved to NYC in 2001. Before she became an entrepreneur, she spent many years working for other people. She worked for big companies, small businesses, and even families. This allowed her to gain a wealth of knowledge in different areas, and experienced what it was like to be the little guy, the middle guy, and also the boss. Her company now employs 20 people and earns half a million ($500,000) in sales each year.

Veronica was a weekly columnist for Telemundo, “Buenos Dias Nueva York”. She has written articles for Holistic Publications, such as Natural Awakenings, New Life and Wisdom magazine. And was featured in the New York Times, E entertainment, NBC, and Columbia University.


Mai-kee has to be one of the most authentic entrepreneurs that I have met in a long time.  She is a launch strategist and podcaster who helps business owners get on podcasts. She gave herself a lofty challenge over a year ago and that was to pitch to over 100 podcasts in 30 days. Her podcast is called, The Quiet Rebels podcast is quickly becoming one of the top podcasts on iTunes.

When it comes down to pitching yourself on podcasts, Mai-kee is the one to go to. You will definitely want to take her new masterclass called Podcast Pitching.  Click here to register:

Her website is

The podcast episode that we discuss (her interview with Ry Schwartz) on my Podcast:

Meet Lisa Santiago McNeill.  Lisa was born in NYC, raised in the Bronx, Lisa lives in Charlotte, NC with her amazing purpose partner and husband, Brian K. McNeill.  From beginning to end her story is about PURPOSE.  Yours, hers and ours.  There is a time and a purpose and a season for everything under the sun.  She as experienced life from so many different vantage points and in each age and stage of her life she has decided to move forward and make the BEST out of every situation.

Lisa is a mother, a friend, a sister, an actor, an author, a radio personality, a public speaker, a preacher, a mentor, a businesswoman and a certified master trainer.  Her life's experiences have taught her that everything...EVERYTHING is possible.

In this episode you will learn all about the C.A.S.H. System and you definitely will want to hear it.  Listen in now!

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