On this episode, Janet Michelle Interviews JaMiah Dancil, CEO of MiaJay Foods. Busuness family, being mindful about what you consume, spices, we talk about it all. Dowload the podcast today. Available on Google Play, Apple Podcasts and Sound Cloud.

Follow MiaJay Foods on instagram and Facebook @miahjayfoods

Episode 8 Bolaji Ajike, ceo of afroganix

Bolaji, Ajike, Afroganix

Janet Michelle interviews Bolaji Ajike, CEO of Afroganix – Black Multi-vendor Marketplace.  During our interview we discuss the platform, black businesses, entrepenuer and consumer education.  Black people have tremendous spending power. According to Neilsen, that number now hovers around 1.2 Trillion dollars.  

Episode 7 Anne Hirsh | City council candidate district 5

Anne, Hirsch, City, Council, District, 5

Janet Michelle Interviews Anne Hirsh, a candidate for City Council Representative, District 5 in St. Petersburg, Florida.  Anne is a Social Activist and member of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement. She is also a Midwifery Practitioner. For more information about her platform, please visit www.votehirsh.com. Voting takes place on August 27th. 

episode 6 eritha akile' cainion | city council candidate district 7

Eritha, Akile, Cainion, City, Council, District 7

Janet Michelle interviews Eritha Akile’ Cainion, a candidate for City Council Representative District 7 in St. Peterburg, Florida. Eritha is the Director of Agitation and Propaganda of the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) and the Editor-in-Chief of The Burning Spear newspaper. For more information on her platform please visit www.voteakile.com. Voting takes place on August 27th. 


Episode 5 creating healthy boundaries in relationships

Chivon, Cowert

Episode 5 , Creating Healthy Boundaries in Relationships, hears from registered Clinical Social Worker and Certified Life Coach Chivon Cowart.  Not having boundaries in a realtionship presents its own set of problems. Having boundaries can and do encourage healthy relationships. 

Episode 4 #SurvivingSexualTrauma

Surviving, sexual, trauma

The aftermath of Lifetime’s Surviving R. Kelly Docu-series is astounding. For many the magnitude of his sickness  was unbearable and calls for justice have rung loudly from one corner of the country to the other.

Episode 4 , Surviving Sexual Trauma hears from Licensed Professional Counselor, and CEO of First Love Yourself Counseling (F.L.Y. )  Essence Cohen-Fields and Educator and Business Owner of Level 8 Agency – A Digital Design Firm, Bianca Goolsby.  Listen in as we take a moment  and discuss how to recognize patterns and signs of abuse, tools to use while in recovery and self care. 

During the podcast, Essence shared an awesome resource. Click the button below to purchase  I Will Survive: The African-American Guide to Healing from Sexual Assault and Abuse by Lori S. Robinson.


Neat, Health, Tiffanie, Walton
Neat, Health, Tiffanie, Walton
Tiffanie Walton, RN, and CEO of Neat Health Services, LLC

In episode three we hear Tiffanie Walton, RN, and CEO of Neat Health Services LLC. Tiffanie is also the Author of  A Caregivers Guide for Deciding on both Long and Shortrerm Facility Admissions. We discuss PrEp the HIV prevention medication, as well how education can help in closing medical gaps of care along with several other topics.  Catch the interview here.

Essence, Cohen, Licensed, Counselor
Essence, Cohen, Licensed, Counselor
Essence Cohen-Fields, Licensed Professional Counselor

Episode two features Essence Cohen-Fields, Licensed Professional Counselor.  Essence is the CEO of First Love Yourself Counseling (FLY) located in the great state of Pennsylvania. FLY Counseling offers treatment in the following areas:

Abuse- emotional, financial, sexual

Blended Family Bonding


Environmental Trauma- accidents, natural disasters

Grief and loss

Parent-Child Bonding

Racial Discrimination


Work and career

Essence is also the author of A Lesson On How To Fly: Understanding the Correlation between Self-love, Healing, and Personal Success. 

Coleen Otero, Beauty and Branding Expert
“A millennial entrepreneur builds a 6-figure brand after losing it all in the recession
During the 2008 recession, Coleen Otero lost 4 properties, 3 cars, 2 businesses and countless friends. With her 4 children and husband, they had to move in with family to start all over. What was only supposed to be 2 months of hardship, turned into 2 years.
Quickly, her pity party became a planning party. Coleen and her husband spent countless nights at the bookstore learning how to rebuild their family.
This millennial entrepreneur created a 6-figure business as a beauty and branding expert. Now, she’s released her first book Brand to Bucks, where she shares five no-nonsense success strategies how to master, market and monetize your brand.”
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