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I mean... Can we discuss?Jan 16, 2020
How I’m Learning to Relax and Remain Calm During COVID
What’s plaguing us? CYS Podcast, The Shades of Racism in Rape and Musturbation.
What is CYS Nation, Buy Black Friday, and #FREETHEFAMILIES
So IMCWD Podcast is retiring the end of this year. I know that is hard to say but the good news is I am starting a new podcast called Call Your Sister Podcast alongside my sister Alexandra Hodge. Which is the beginning of CYS Nation. My sister and I are crowdfunding to begin our podcast CYS Nation formation. To help us visit bonfire and grab your CYS Nation T-shirt by going here https://www.bonfire.com/store/call-your-sister-merch
So about Buy Black Fridays-- visit my instagram https://www.instagram.com/astrid_ferg to learn more about Buy Black Fridays where I am sharing both what I purchase and black businesses to purchase from. To become better allies we need to amplify our black and brown communities. What better way than to support their black owned businesses?
Lastly, what is #FREETHEFAMILIES-- a movement to help place pressure on our congressmen to release the children and their families together from ICE detention centers. In this episode I tell you more about the complexities of immigration laws and policies. I also share my families experience coming to the United States.
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Why we need to help our black and brown communities NOW
Whatchu Say Poet Interview Experience with Host Astrid Ferguson and Jasmine Rose
Astrid Ferguson was recently on the JRose Experience which is a mini series. JRose sits with Poet, Author and Life Coach, Astrid Ferguson for a virtual chat about embracing her decision to become a certified life coach after working in the corporate world for many years. Check out how she’s been able to use her writing skills to change the lives of others. Astrid first met JRose aka Jasmine Rose while she travelled to NYC for open mics to perform spoken word poetry. So in this episode which is also available on Youtube you get a deeper more personal story as to what sparked Astrid to dap into her creative freelance journey. You get to hear her struggles and how much she had to overcome her fears of stage fright and uncertainty to find herself again. She shares how it has been a long journey of trial and error but mostly growth. After overcoming a frightening delivery and postpartum depression she decided to release her first book Molt. Youtube Interview: https://youtu.be/-QPW7xvPAco Host: JRose Instagram: @https://www.instagram.com/my_crumbled_thoughts Visit Podcast main page @ https://www.astridferguson.com/podcast and become part of the Afergtaleville Familia
BONUS Episode about Holding Space for Hard Truths
How Charmyra E Fleming a romance novelist, dealing with COVID, and Worries of Being a Black Mother in America
However, we have a conversation on somethings that Charmyra is dealing with during the COVID pandemic and her fears as a black mother in America. She shares how she feels like remaining silent is no longer the way. During these times when we are seeing all this continuous police brutality taking place on black people, rioting, and protest it was a much needed conversation. You can hear the pain and discomfort in both of our voices as we fear for the future of our black and brown children.
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Let’s talk George Floyd, COVID-19, sleep, and Wine & Chismes
So much anxiety, overwhelm, and chaos going on in the world. Let’s discuss George Floyd, building community like Wine and Chismes, and what is our new normal? All these thoughts and questions keep our sleep at bay. Causing us to have so many sleepless nights. Let’s look for solutions and form new headlines.
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Wine & Chismes Edition with Astrid and Cheyenne Part 1
A podcast series where Astrid Ferguson and Cheyenne Tyler Jacobs will have some girl talk about books, business and everything under the sun within the sisterhood kingdom.
In this episode we talk about how we met and where we were in our creative process. We take you through the journey of how we started in a IG pod, to becoming mentor and mentee to now really close friends. Yes, you guys we met on the gram. Hashtag #wemetonthegram #itwasastruggle and we had drama. Those were the old days.
We discuss how we had to let go of the fear, build confidence in ourselves and learn to be ok with saying, "No!" We share some of our favorite books that changed our lives and ultimately helped us build our businesses from the bottom. We only in maybe at the first floor now, but the foundation we have been laying down for a while by doubling down on our visions.
Cheyenne Tyler Jacobs is now the CEO/founder of The She Will Speak Series which is a nonprofit organization helping women harness their voices and speak up about trauma, racism, and walk away from silence. She is also the host on As I was saying podcast. To find out more about Cheyenne visit her @ https://www.shewillspeak.com and follow her podcast @ https://www.instagram.com/asiwassayingpodcast
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Dare to Start from Where You Are NOW
What is Life Coaching and Do You Really Need it
How to Make Fun Part of Your Day with Kierra Lashae
Author of When Magic is Not Enough, Kierra Lashae shares her tips for putting fun as the main focus of each passion. She shares her favorite shows to watch during quarantine; tips on becoming a Yelp Atlanta Elite foodie and writing poetry for fun.
Kierra works in the marketing department full-time so her passions are all derived from a place of fun and enjoyment. She is at a place where fun is her motivation to develop new passions/hobbies. She shares how it wasn't always that way hence her book title "when magic is not enough."
Now that she has graduated college she has learned to just get what she needs out of her passions. Her message to everyone is to just enjoy the ride. Enjoy each moment and don't forget to have fun.
To follow Kierra follow her poetry page @ https://www.instagram.com/iamkierralashae
foodie page @ https://www.instagram.com/herfoodlife
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How Alana Brown Found Comfort in Poetry After Experiencing a Bad Breakup
Alana Brown is a self-published author of Luna a poetry book about her healing journey and overcoming trauma. She is also a graduate student, nudity artist, and spoken word performer.
Alana shares how she decided to be vulnerable in efforts to help others with her poetry. She shares her experience with self-publishing. Informs us how reaching out to your own network and asking for help can be the difference between you moving forward with an idea or not doing it at all.
Alana is also a creative who is still in the midst of just finding herself as a creative. Although, she doesn't have all the groundwork set up she knows what she didn't want. She actually didn't want to be published by a publisher at this point in her writing career. She is still navigating the space of being a writer and poet and just enjoying whatever creative ventures sparks her interest.
To find out more about Alana Brown visit https://www.topoetrywithlove.com
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What Kids Say About Living in San Francisco with Author Katie Burke
We always hear form the parents but rarely do we hear from the kids or someone taking interest in the children perspective. In this episode learn how Katie Burke is taking the time to really understand how children really feel about living in the San Francisco (bay) area. She wanted to showcase the importance of children's voices especially during this scary COVID time. Katie has taught creative writing in Kenya South Africa and really wanted to highlight the importance in opening dialogue with children to gain their perspective on urban living. In Katie's forthcoming book Urban Playground: What Kids Say About Living in San Francisco, strategies are provided to help parents open conversations with their children on a variety of topics. Aside from writing, she has taught creative writing to children and adults in Kenya, South Africa, and San Francisco.
If that isn't enough she is a columnist for The NOE Valley Voice, where she writes a monthly column about kids. Katie’s writing has appeared in San Francisco Attorney Magazine, the L.A. Times, KQED Perspectives, and SoMa Literary Review.
Visit Katie at www.katieburkeauthor.com or follow her on instagram at www.instagram.com/katieburkeauthor
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Want to help your community but don’t know where to start?
Let’s catch up on Stimulus Plan, thoughts and self-care
New normal and surviving the Corona-virus uncertainty
In this episode you get a raw glimpse into my new normal with Corona-virus uncertainty. It’s no secret that life is chaotic for most of us but I decided to embrace the new normal and do a less than perfect episode. Today is also my oldest son's birthday so I invited him to share with us his experience and how he feels about the corona-virus living situation. Naturally even my little two-year-old had a few things he wanted to share. Listen on to get a tip I share that helps with time managing. And remember to check on your neighbor and community. This is a time where we can come together in a safe and sound way to help us all get through COVID-19. We will get through this and fear won't win.
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How Model Vivien James Survived The Downward Spiral of the Modeling World & Established The Really Real Talk Podcast
I came across Vivian’s podcast on Instagram by a friendly referral and she requested to interview me. After the interview I wanted to learn more about her. So I requested to cross-interview her and I became instantly hooked to her story! She is passionate about creating episodes her listeners love listening to with her authentic ability to have regular conversations about real hard things while being in the real hard times.
The go-getter bug hit her while she was attending a Gary Vaynerchuk speaking event and simultaneously overcoming a failed career as a model and DJ. Prior to podcasting Viven James was on billboards and collaborating with major brands. Even with all the modeling success Viven experienced she was still receiving tons of rejected modeling gigs and terrible experiences with modeling agencies. A podcast was something she suppressed for a while as she was dealing with self-doubt, toxic relationships, and fear of failure . She eventually pivoted to podcasting the Really Real Talk thanks for Gary Vee and even rents her Mercedes for photoshoots today.
She has managed to turn her life completely around and getting ready to take a deep dive into her creativity. Could you imagine Vivien doing your photoshoots and teaching you some modeling tricks? I can.
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Are you interpreting fallacies out of what you believe intuitively?
Motherhood, life coaching, invisible illnesses and 5 reasons you may not be setting goals.
How manifesting and Intention setting can help clarify future goal settings.
To manifest and set intentions for future goal setting it’s imperative to manifest from a place of abundance and not lack. In this episode Astrid discusses how consistently manifesting and setting intentions from the things you already do well, can be a game changer. Setting intentions with the sole purpose of reaching abundance can help you see the future vividly. So with a set of exercises Astrid gets you to focus on all the possible experiences you’ve already had. You’ll start shaping a list from all the things you’ve done and not the things you lack. You can then pick from this list to help pitch yourself for events, conferences and or freelance projects. Get comfortable doing this so you can see how qualified you really are and kick excuses ass. Take a picture of yourself doing this and tag us on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/imcwd.podcast use hashtag #imcwdtribe come over to https://www.astridferguson.com/podcast and become part of the family. You can also visit us on patreon and become a patron of this podcast by becoming part of the CAN WE DISCUSS FAMILIA https://www.patreon.com/cwdtribe.
How to move forward after a lay-off while keeping your dreams in focus.
Have you been laid off? It sucks and it’s never fun. In this episode we tackle the difficult questions. Like... what do I do now?
Did I do something wrong?
Do I give up my dream because this job was financing my side hustle?
How do I know what to do next?
All valid questions that Astrid answers on this episode as you navigate your new reality. It is important to keep your mental health in mind. Which is why Astrid suggest taking time to write yourself a Thank You Letter for all your hard work. Acknowledge and validate your feelings and emotions. It is ok to feel scared, angry and panicked. We all get used to routines. Especially, if this job is one you’ve had for a long time. It will feel like you are grieving a past time in your life. You will feel unappreciated and start wondering if you did something wrong. Seeing they are hiring others while they decided to lay you off may cause you to question if it had something to do with you. While there are some unlawful practices followed by employers, it’s important to listen to your intuition and seek legal counsel if you truly believe you were laid off for an illegal reason.
In this episode Astrid also discusses being resourceful, reducing expenses, and seeking creative job opportunities that will help keep your dreams in focus. Tips are provided on ways you can monetize what you are already doing as a writer and/or bookstagrammer. Also a kind reminder that these things happen to everyone and doesn’t always have to be taken as a personal jab. You are not a failure because you’ve been laid off. You will jump back on your feet; this is only a temporary set back.
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Let’s Talk about Grief and Patreon
LiveGirl is the mission, message and principle that Sheri West shares as the new girl anthem.
We started with girl talk that lead us to discussing the wonderful non profit foundation called LiveGirl. Founded in 2014, LiveGirl, Inc. is a Connecticut-based nonprofit organization that builds confident leaders. Our mission is to empower and equip the next generation of brave, inclusive leaders with the skills, community, and connections so that ALL girls may thrive and make a positive impact on the world.
Sheri West spent many years in corporate, where she filled roles as executive finance and head of woman network organizations. That is what sparked the vision for LiveGirl. She noticed in corporate how women suffered from lack of confidence and feared public speaking. That is where the vision formed and LiveGirl now helps young ladies from all walks of life become more confident and fearless leaders.
To find out more about LiveGirl visit https://golivegirl.org Listen to their podcast Confidence
Help support their organization by purchasing a copy of the She Will Speak Series anthology Dear Sister Friend: A She Will Speak Series Anthology https://www.amazon.com/dp/1732171343/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_g45jEb5028S86
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Gnaomi Siemens talks Super Natural, poetry translations, and writing
Gnaomi Siemens holds an MFA from Columbia University’s School of The Arts in poetry and literary translation. Her words can be found at Asymptote, Words Without Borders, The Believer, Slice Magazine, Europe Now Journal, The American Journal of Poetry, Penny Thoughts (UK), and American Chordata, among others in the US and abroad. She has read from her translations at The British Library’s Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms exhibition in London, was selected by The Poetry Society of New York for a residency at the iconic Mid-Manhattan branch of The New York Public Library, and was a 2019 ALTA Travel Fellow. Her manuscript The Errant was a finalist for GASHER Journal’s first book prize. She lives in New York City. In this episode Astrid Ferguson and Gnaomi Siemens talk all things poetry, writing and the need for diverse voices in the poetry/publishing industry. We get into Gnaomi's story and all her wonderful pieces. To find out more about Gnaomi visit her at www.gnaomisiemens.com To get copies of EPHEMERIS available at Berl's in Brooklyn or at FOLDYARD Gallery, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, UK The Believer Asymptote Super / Natural Visit https://www.astridferguson.com and become an Afergtale insider. Visit us on instagram https://www.instagram.com/imcwd.podcast and keep up with all the wonderful episodes.
Let’s talk resolutions, goals, and mom/son conversations
Last episode of 2019 and learning about Autism with Odessa Young
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Keeping up with your annual reading goals with Anna the bookstagrammer behind Never Without a Book
In Anna’s interview with Astrid Ferguson she shares tips on reaching out to publishers to establish book reading contracts. She also shares how she’s been able to read more than 300 books this year alone; developing a book club focusing on classics by people of color and battling anxiety. So if Anna can read these many books while being a momma of two kids and working full time in IT so can you!
Fun fact about Anna that she doesn’t typically share is that she’s a tech nerd who works as a systems administrator. What? Yes a girl who can code and loves books! A unicorn indeed! So if you have questions on spreadsheets, code, and all things bookish Anna is the bookstagrammer to ask. Visit her beautifully aesthetically pleasing Instagram account https://www.instagram.com/never_withouta_book
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Affirmations, annual recap of 2019 and 2020 goals
Practicing self care this holiday season and staying creative with Shannon Fersner
Abantu Audio Bridging Roots and Culture Through Your Headphones
Luc Cadet the founder and CEO Abantu audio (https://www.abantuaduio.com) passionately shares how he has established a storytelling business that speaks our ancestors into existence from any device. He addresses the educational gap in our current academic system that prevents us from fully knowing our entire cultural history. Abantu Audio is a black owned audio book business that wants to bridge, people, culture and storytelling with the roots of Africa. Abantu; in the Zulu language is defined as people or community.
In this episode Luc takes us through several educational moments where Africa has played an enormous role in the formation of many Caribbean, Latinx, and Hispanic countries. He shares his struggle of building a platform from scratch in a growing audio book industry, while competing with audio book giants like Audible and working with big publishing companies. Luc Cadet, doesn't hold back on this episode and takes on all the hard questions while feeding his newborn son.
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The Stories We Tell Our Mixed Race Boys
Thoughts on books, bookstagram, reviews and book clubs with Rod Kelly
Unpacking Malcriada and Other Stories with Author Lorraine Avila
Who gets to be called Malcriada? What are the trials and tribulations Dominican women have faced? Dealing with impacts of race with intercultural dating is not a topic we took lightly in this episode. Living through tough times as an immigrant and why these stories are finally being told are topics we delve into.
In this interview with Lorraine Avila we discuss the behind the scenes thoughts and intricate situations that shaped her writing. We discuss uncomfortable conversations surrounding race. Briefly discuss saying "human race" is still an offensive term and why the offense varies by who says it. A few stories from Malcriada and Other Stories are used as examples to discuss the olympics of pain and oppression that occurs within cultures. The use of cultural norms to silence women by calling them Malcriada. Lorraine decided to give Malcriada an all too familiar hispanic acronym for rebellious women; new life by challenging the reader to shift their mindset.
In this thorough and extensive conversation we get deep into the stories that have shaped the abnormal norms in the conditioning of Dominican women and invite them to wear their Malcriada badges with honor. Lorraine is a first time published author with Dominican Writers and has set the stage with these intricate yet necessary stories that reflect the Latinx culture. This is an episode that will require your undivided attention and requires you to keep an open mind.
To learn more about Lorraine Avila please visit her at https://www.lorraineavila.com and follow her on instagram https://www.instagram.com/lorraineavila_
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Talking All Things Enneagram, Productivity and Staying Motivated
In this solo episode with Astrid Ferguson you will gain answers to the following questions: 1. What is The Enneagram? 2. Why is it important to know your Enneagram number? 3. How does knowing your Enneagram number affect your productivity? 4. And most importantly how to stay motivated if you're a Perfectionist, Enneagram number 1. You may want to break out a pen and notepad for this episode and revise the following blog post that Astrid details more information about the Enneagram https://www.astridferguson.com/blog/2019/1/28/hey-so-whats-your-math-ok-number If you're curious to see what your number is go take the exam at https://www.enneagraminstitute.com and for just $12 or so, you will know your Enneagram number. Today's episode was sponsored by The Website that WOWS. Click here https://aferguson.krtra.com/t/lO80V6S51fZa and begin building your website without all the techy stuff and at your own pace. To enter the free giveaway simply click on this link https://aferguson.krtra.com/t/lO80V6S51fZa Follow the podcast and become an insider by visiting https://www.astridferguson.com/podcast Follow the podcast on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/imcwd.podcast Or follow the facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Imeancanwediscusspodcast/
Calling Out Imposter Syndrome, Establishing New Beliefs to Embrace Belonging in Your True Calling.
In this solo episode Astrid takes you through the crippling beliefs that keeps you playing small. She challenges you to do something that feels uncomfortable for 21 days and in 90 days become the expert. She shares her battle with Imposter Syndrome as she grows as an entrepreneur and hopes you gain strength from her vulnerability.
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The Oceanography of Her by Sarah Herrin Interview
Sarah has self-published One Thousand Questions (And No Good Answers), poetry collection and has been published in several anthologies. You can find Sarah's latest collection on PapeachuPress.com, and www.sarahherrinpoetry.com
You can also purchase both of her poetry collections on Amazon and Seattle Independent Bookstores.
Bradley Harper the Queens Gambit Author and Real Santa Claus
Inspired by The Day of the Jackal by Frederick Forsyth, the author envisioned a similar story concerning Queen Victoria — who in real-life survived several assassination attempts — but puts his own twist on the killer that makes for quite the unexpected reveal.
Harper is a retired US Army Pathologist with over thirty-seven years of worldwide military and medical experience. During his Army career, he performed some two hundred autopsies, twenty of which were forensic.
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Love, Chocolate, and a Dog Named Al Capone by Abigail Drake Romance Novel Author Interview
An interview of the sweet and prolific, award-winning author Abigail Drake returns to the literary stage with two new novels. We discuss in comedic detail her recent novel of Hocus Pocus Magic Shop (June 21, 2019) and her upcoming novel Love, Chocolate, and a Dog named Al Capone (Oct. 15, 2019). Get to know Abigail and her love for romance novels with eleven novels now under her belt. Listen closely as Abigail shares her tips to overcome writers block and write freely. She also provides us with some goodies gems on being both a traditionally and a self-published novelist. You will laugh and gain some knowledge of the literary world. Some of the resources shared here today were the following.
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A mini crash course on podcasting
Astrid provides you with tangible steps to start podcasting. While this wasn’t the planned original episode, it’s full of gems to get you started on podcasting. It’s a mouthful of information and hopefully you’ll be taking notes to start your next show. Learn about podcast hosting, what’s an RSS feed, podcast artwork and much more. Hey you may become the next podcast host on Forbes with millions of downloads and an endless supply of fans. So what cha waiting for and get started?
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NYC Poetry Festival Recap and Tips on Making Money At Vending Events with Astrid Ferguson
by Astrid Ferguson
Hey so you wanna make money huh? You want to secure that bag, hunty?! Yas! Well let me share with you what I learned during my observation at the NYC Poetry Festival and exhibits I have attended with my husband, Jerel Ferguson . He is a fine art oil painting artist so we are in vending and exhibitions quite often. Aside from that, many of you may know I am an introvert. Major surprise huh? So events where I have to sell myself is very uncomfortable for a fine gal like me. So if you are like me and you struggle with this too, I developed a Securing The Bag Checklist that you can take with you to any vending events. Yas girl! See I got chu!
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