I’ve interviewed 30+ women for the Support is Sexy podcast — entrepreneurs, leaders, creatives visionaries — and I am moved by them all, inspired by them all, in love with them all, with their gifts and with their willingness to share.


I always leave each conversation with some nugget of wisdom that I can use, and I often go back and listen to episodes again and again just to feed myself that positivity.


So, today, on what I’m calling “Feel Good Friday,” I’m offering you a few servings of positivity from some of our previous beautiful and badass women who have appeared on the show and who, in each episode of the podcast, leave us with a parting piece of advice. Take some time to digest this, and savor it into your weekend and beyond.


Subscribe to Support is Sexy podcast on iTunes or on Stitcher Radio!


Featured on this episode of #FeelGoodFriday…

Sian Morson, Founder of Kollective Mobile.
Patricia Moreno, creator of the Intensati workout.
Nicole Aguierre, CEO of Worn Creative agency.
Tanya Alvarez, Founder and CEO of Owners Up.
Amanda Miller Littlejohn, Founder of Package Your Genius.
Teju Owoye, Founder and CEO of Sulte Group.
Ouidad, Founder of Ouidad global haircare brand.
Moshay Laren, Real estate agent and Investor, Partner of Kimber Group Investments
Denene Millner, New York Times Best Selling Author and owner Denene Millner Children’s Books.
Karen Taylor Bass – Marketing and Publicity Strategist.
Dee Poku, Founder of WIE Network and The Other Festival 1:00 – Don’t underestimate the power of your network
Kaira Akita, Actress, artist, creative.
Mitzi Miller, Television executive, Head of Development at Rainforest Entertainment.
Jessica Perdomo, Creator of JJ Gray Shoes.
Fila Antwine, Relationship and Life coach.

Thank you for listening! And hey, if you love it, click here to leave us a Rating & Review on iTunes!


CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR SUPPORT IS SEXY EMAIL and get access to resources, events and a community of ambitious, generous and badass women entrepreneurs.



[Music: “Someone Else’s Memories” by Revolution Void and “Separation” by Ketsa]