Elayne Fluker speaks to Dr. Adia Gooden, a licensed clinical psychologist who firmly believes that there is nothing wrong in asking for help, especially as a Black woman.
Have It All
Having it all doesn’t mean doing it all alone. You are allowed to reach out to your community, your friends, your mentors and express your needs and have them heard.
There are so many people out there who are just waiting to help someone like you with whatever you need! Whether it be information, funds, or a helping hand, your community is there for you. So let’s have it all, together. Everybody eats!
This section is filled with stories of women reaching out to their community and getting enrichment in return. Enjoy!
Have It All
How to Democratize Technology, Uphold Ethic and Create Safe Spaces for Marginalized Groups with Cyber Collective Founder Tazin Khan
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne Fluker invites Tazin Khan the founder and CEO of Cyber Collective, which empowers people of all kinds of backgrounds to be more critical towards their relationship with the internet by providing them with different resources...
How to Make That Courageous Pivot and Double Down on What’s Working with Thynk Global Co-founder Maghan Morin
Maghan Mornin, the co-founder of Thynk Global, talks about her journey as an entrepreneur who is always seeking to reinvent herself and support other women through safe workspaces and community building because Support is Sexy!
Walk Your Talk: Why My (Bumbled) Book Signing Forced Me To Show Support is Sexy in Action
My very first book signing (turned book celebration) on Martha's Vineyard was perfectly....imperfect.:) Listen to hear what happened when my books didn't show up in time for the event and how I had to take the title of my own book very seriously: Get Over 'I Got It'...
How to Build Your Brand and Build a Passionate Community with The Great Girlfriends Founder Sybil Amuti
The Creator of The Great Girlfriends Podcast and expert brand builder Sybil Amuti gives noteworthy strategies for building your brand and creating brand longevity. Become “pandemic proof” with content, culture, and community.
Let People Show Up for You
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Katherine and Nick North, who are featured in Elayne’s new book “Get Over ‘I Got It,” rejoin the podcast to talk about pride, support, creating safe spaces, and letting people show up for you. Hear more about asking...
Stop Being the Strong One
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Dawn Shedrick, Founder of JenTex Training & Consulting, is featured in Elayne’s new book GET OVER "I Got It” (HarperCollins Leadership) in Chapter 6: Stop Being the Strong. Dawn joins the podcast to speak on the dangers...
Retire Your Superwoman Cape
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Dr. Zoe Shaw, who is featured in “Get Over ‘I Got it,’” joins Elayne to discuss the “Superwoman Complex” and how to retire your cape. Dr. Zoe shares how she got over her ‘I Got It’ Syndrome, how to avoid overwhelm, and why we...
Remove Your Mask
In this episode of Support is Sexy, CEO of Nonprofit HR Lisa Brown Alexander, who is featured in Elayne’s upcoming book, Get Over ‘I Got It,’ speaks about her experience in removing her mask, getting the support she needs, and prioritizing her mental health....
Reinvent with Support
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Founder and CEO of CoveyClub and former Editor-in-Chief of More Magazine Lesley Jane Seymour gives her best tips for successful reinvention. Lesley — who is featured in chapter 10 of Elayne's new book — Get Over "I Got...
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