S02-E25: A New Vision For Your New Normal

Today’s episode is a very emotional one for me.  Just a couple of nights ago, the world was jarred by news of Chadwick Boseman's untimely death.  He was the seminal figure in Marvel's The Black Panther.  This episode is dedicated to him and highlights a particular interview that reveals the superior self knowledge essential to the new vision required by our new normal...EPISODE DETAILS

 

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S02-E24: I Am Not Nasty

When I heard that Kamala Harris had been selected as the VP nominee for the Democratic Party, I was elated.  It wasn’t because she was my pick but she was a win nonetheless: a win for me as a women and a win for me as a Woman of Color.  While I understood that everybody didn’t share my joy, I did not expect the barrage of criticisms of her I read.

Words like “nasty”, “angry black woman”, and “ambitious” were the ones that cut me most deeply.  Words, I felt, that Black Women have been burdened with for centuries.  With today’s episode, I raise this conversation about the definitions that women have heard for centuries and how those words have written on the way they see themselves and other women.  This is a conversation worth having and now’s the time...EPISODE DETAILS

 

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S02-E23: From Suffering For Love to Growing In Love
I’ve had my share of suffering for love, suffering in love, and suffering through love and I gotta tell you, there is nothing redeeming about it.  In this episode, I am forthcoming about finding love and getting married later in life:
  • The euphoria of it all and the realities of love after it clears.
  • The thinking you in love and the realization that you’ve been in love with an ideal, a fantasy of love, that you’ve looked for someone to be willing in help you preserve it.
  • That realization typifies the real journey to whether you will surrender the fantasy for real love or surrender real love for the fantasy.
My mission isn’t to talk you out of it.  Not at all.  My mission, along with that of the podcast, is to amplify your voice, your value and your vision, 3 critical factors enoughness, so you can experience love and life in a brand new way.  With the focus on YOUR VOICE, I discuss the myths and misinformation about love and what you believe about yourself that silences your voice...EPISODE DETAILS

 

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S02-E22: Perfect Grace for Imperfect Believers

Brya Potter is a mental health professional and loves Jesus, so how did she find herself in a relationship that left her depressed and feeling hopeless?

Brya’s story unfortunately is a common one especially in these socially distant times.  Though she was 26 years old at the time of our taping, hers is a story shared with me by women in their 30s, 40s, 50s and yes, 60s...EPISODE DETAILS

 

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S02-E21: A Manifested Life

What is your motivation for what you want?  Is it a profound attraction to something or is it chasing what you think will make you enough? 

Spiritual Life & Manifestation Coach, Intuitive Healer and Metaphysical Practitioner Danielle Faust breaks down manifestation for us, not as a goal but a lifelong process of bringing into your space what belongs to you.  You don’t have to lament, wish, rob Peter to pay Paul to get it. If you are just some minor adjustments can put you on the right road! ...EPISODE DETAILS

 

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S02-E20: Full Speed Ahead

Do you have a great life, yet are unfulfilled?  Today’s episode is especially for you.  Power-Packed Happiness Coach, Author and Consultant Brittany Sherell is our guest.  Although everything looked good on paper, Brittany was unhappy and unfulfilled.  It wasn't until she got intentional about her happiness that things changed   ...EPISODE DETAILS

 

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S02-E19: Take Control of Your Life

Long before pandemics, sheltering in place and virtual school for children, Tracy Wilson found herself in a quandary.  She was in her 40s with an unexpected pregnancy.  This stopped her in her tracks!  She had already raised a child to adulthood and was ready to pursue her dreams. Yet, there she was.  Little did she know the Divine journey she was being invited to and the Purpose she was being ushered into ...EPISODE DETAILS

 

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S02-E18: The Sex Talk You Are Not Having (But Need To)

Hold on to your wig and clutch your pearls.  Coach Steph is in the house!  Our riveting conversation about sex and health is that long overdue conversation that we need to have with our sexual partners and committed relationships that very few people have.  Says Steph, “We do sex but don’t talk about it.”  Sexual ignorance is a real issue.  And it doesn’t mean you aren’t having sex, it means men and women don’t talk about what’s really going on with their bodies, their minds, and how it affects intimacy. ...EPISODE DETAILS

 

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S02-E17: Silent No More

Life is no longer the same and will never be what we once knew.  At first, I resisted it by trying to focus on my business and continuing with my goals.  I was managing it  - so I thought - until I saw a man die.  At that moment, everything changed.  ...EPISODE DETAILS

 

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S02-E16: Living While Black

We're finishing up THE MONTH OF THE MAN with none other than the best man I know, my husband Robert Vearnon.  He and I sit down for a no holds barred discussion where we allow you to be a fly on the wall as we talk very candidly about our experiences and perspective as Black people, both individually and as a couple.  ...EPISODE DETAILS

 

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S02-E15: No Regrets

If you died today, what would be your biggest regret? Inspired by his Instagram Live about REGRET, I wanted to continue the discussion on my Enough Factor Podcast with none other than, Licensed Therapist and Life Coach Jason Phillips ...EPISODE DETAILS

 

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S02-E14: We Are Going To Get Through This

Happy Father's Day to all the fathers, father figures, and father surrogates who love us, lift us, give it to us straight and remind us what true strength looks like. As I interviewed men for this month set aside to amplify the voices of Black Men, I reserved Father's Day for none other than Dr. Undrai Fizer.  He speaks to my bone marrow, I'm telling you. And he brings a dignity to spirituality that is seldom seen. It's deeply human and profoundly Divine at the very same time...EPISODE DETAILS

 

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S02-E13: We Can't Stop

After a history in this country of being heard but not listened to, Sean Rodgers says “Enough is enough! LISTEN TO US!”  Sean, a husband, father and advocate for healthy marriages reverberates the cry of Black Men who are fastly becoming an endangered species.

Sean shares his perspective about:

  • Riots
  • White People who adopt Black children
  • God-fearing Bible-believing Bigots
  • Consistency
  • Colin Kaepernick

…and much more.

Sean’s final takeaway is “We can’t stop!” Sean encourages everyone to take a stand and refuse to allow distractions to lull them back to sleep... [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S02-E12: Do You Hear Me Now?

Continuing “The Month of the Man” is speaker, author, and certified life and relationship coach and “Reality Expert” Troy Spry.  Troy stopped by Enough Factor Podcast to have a no holds barred conversation about what it’s like to be a Black Man in Corporate America.  What he shared was surprising even for me!  We started the conversation with a thought-provoking question:  what is your soul crying for?... [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S02-E11: What Does A Man Look Like?

What does a man look like?  June is “The Month of the Man” and it’s my pleasure to welcome John A. McDonald II to Enough Factor Podcast.  Described as a tie-loathing adventurer, philanthropist & entrepreneur who turns ideas into reality, it’s hard to believe that he spent so much of his life not knowing who he was. He resented his mom and was angry with his dad for it.  To this day, he doesn't know who his father is.  His story sadly is one that is shared by so many Men of Color in this country.... [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S02-E10: Courageous Living

Her name says it all!  Courage Molina is a force of Good-God in a pint size frame!  With an unapologetic message about God’s love and the courage it takes to live an authentic spiritual life, Courage is shaking up religiosity of taking notes from someone else’s sermon to inspiring others to open the Word of God for themselves! ... [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S02-E09: When The Unthinkable Happens

Continuing our focus on mental health is host of Dope and Damaged Podcast, Nes Reign.  Nes was a happy, optimistic woman with dreams and aspirations in the entertainment business until her life got turned upside down.  Her sister was tragically murdered!  This episode takes us into her experience and her continued struggle to accept a life without her sister.  Sometimes anxiety and depression overwhelm Nes, yet her faith, her family and her relationship with herself continue to be a source of strength.  She's proof that you can be dope (brilliant) and damaged... [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S02-E08: It's Okay To Not Be Okay

Despite loving what you do, being constantly told how to sit, how to stand, whether you’re wearing the right lip color or if you’re too dark for a role can take its toll. Continuing our Mental Health Awareness Series is none other than Theatre and Film Actress Germôna Sharp.  In our honest talk, Germôna talks about her journey of enoughness and how she learned it’s okay to not be okay... [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S02-E07: Visibility Is Power

If you’ve been hesitating in launching a product, investing in yourself, or raising your hand to answer the question, Roshanda Pratt has one question for you: Why? Why are you waiting for somebody to give you permission when you’ve already been given it... [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S02-E06: I Didn't Want A Bandaid, I Wanted To Feel Better

Welcome to May, Mental Health Awareness Month and our New Normal! I gotta tell you, riding this wave of COVID-19 has had some chills, spills and wipe outs. It hasn’t been pretty. I think we all agree that our mental state is being affected. So, it’s so timely that my guest, Teaching Artist and Wellness Advocate Tara Whitney Rison is offering easy-to-implement strategies to maintain our wellness not just to get through the daily challenges of this pandemic but for the life that awaits... [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S02-E05: The Power of Love: From Heartbreak To Transcendence

From the moment of my heartbreak, my relationship with Love changed.  It went from something that I welcomed with ease to something I no longer trusted.  Love, in my mind, had failed me... [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S2-E04: Are You Starring In Somebody Else's Dream?

You gave the performance of a lifetime! You sit with baited breath waiting to see if you got the Oscar. Your heart beats so loudly you can hear it as they call out the names. “And the Oscar goes to…”, you gasp, YOU! As you mount the steps to the stage, you are filled with exhilaration until you realize you’ve been the star in somebody else’s dream. It wasn’t yours!... [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S2-E03: The Key To Profiting In Your New Normal

Our second Queen of Unstoppable is “The Business Plug” Linda Murray Bullard.  Linda comes through with business strategies for grown entrepreneurs.  If you are still sweating the small stuff, this interview will help you get your whole life right!... [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S2-E02: I Dare You  To Reinvent Your Life

If you’re a Baby Boomer female who wants to leave Corporate America in the dust and reinvent yourself, today’s your lucky day.  Reinvented Woman Margo Lovett is serving up the inspiration for the woman who says, “I ain’t done yet!”  This 65 year old creator of Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation Podcast has taken the podcasting world by storm!  She’s appeared in Marketing Insiders, Influential Leaders in Marketing & Huffington Post, graced the cover of Vercay Magazine twice and a monthly contributor to WomELLE Magazine. ... [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S2-E01: From Enough To More Than Enough

Season Two is all about multiplicity:  going from enough to more than enough.  In true deeper dive fashion, Suzette looks back at her mindset shift that occurred between Season One and Season Two: from losing a major contract to headlining at a 600-seat auditorium.  A look back at a journal entry she wrote on the 4th of July revealed gems that were a precursor ... [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E25: Coronavirus: From Coping With "The New Normal" To Choosing Life On Your Terms

In this special episode, Life Coach & Relationship Solutionist Suzette Vearnon pumps the brakes on all the noise, fear-mongering and reports of impending doom and reminds you that you are more than enough not just to "get through this" but to be better as a result of it.   [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E24: Nothing To Prove, Everything To Be

Do you feel compelled to defend yourself when you feel you've been done wrong?  When you enter a new situation, do you feel you need to prove yourself?  In this, her 24th episode, Suzette concludes Season 1 with an honest examination of what motivates our responses.

Sharing from her own experience, Suzette raises the most important question:  WHO ARE YOU?  Not the you who feels threatened or the you who feels he or she has  something to prove, but the you whose presence requires no validation.   [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E23: "I Was Enough All Along"

For a long time, Tandee Salter felt she wasn't enough and she didn't deserve success.  She was bullied for being a nerd, preferring to go the library over going to recess and it went down from there.  Her confidence suffered with one devastating rejection after another culminating with going through a divorce.

At the time of this interview, there had been a lot of suicides and accidental deaths in the entertainment world.  Kristoff St. John was one of them.  Tandee expressed a willingness to share about her own bouts with grief and depression in hopes of helping others struggling in silence.   [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E22: Developing An Enough Mindset..."It Starts Within"

When you ask Laci An McLean how she has powered through not having all the tools to becoming a leader in the virtual assistance industry, she'll say these three words:  It starts within. Everything starts within Jamaican born, Laci credits her work ethic and can-do attitude to her father who modeled for her the values of business, something she is just as passionate about imparting to her children. [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E21: Ba To Da Bone - Unapologetically The Boss & The Lady

Spend 5 minutes with LaDawn Townsend and you can't help feel your inner badass rise up and say "YES!"  She's bad to da bone: every bit the Boss and every bit the Lady!  And she's unapologetic about it!  That struck me!  For you see, LaDawn and I share the belief that you don't have to give up one for the other.  She can give straight no chaser advice to a Fortune 100 CEO yet appreciate it when a gentleman opens the car door for her. [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E20: Take A Leap Into The Uncomfortable

Has your life become boring, regular, predictable?  Does your 9 to 5 pay the bills, but leave little time for you?  While having predictability in my life makes me feel safe, I have had to admit that "comfortable" is becoming uncomfortable.  There's a longing in my heart for more!  Rachel Gilmore had a longing in her heart.  She wanted to travel the world.  But, like many, she didn't have the money. Yet, so deep was that longing, she created a vision board with Bali and Thailand on it. Imagine the shock and awe she felt when she won $10,000 in travel money!  That was four years ago!  Since that time, Rachel has traveled to Bali multiple times, Thailand and other places she use to dream of.  And get this, she now takes others with her on Earth and Soul Adventures.  [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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E19: Broken Open - The Journey From Grief to Purpose

Am I stuck in grief? This was the question Catherine McNulty asked herself when someone told her she was.  It had been 2 years since her infant son died yet sadness and depression were her constant companions. Grief had become her new normal. Normally, I don't walk around thinking about grief. In fact, I honestly try to avoid it.  But within the last two weeks, at least three people I know have buried a parent. And within the last couple of years, I've gone to more funerals than I've ever wanted to. Though my conversation with Catherine was taped some time ago, it could not be more timely.  [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E18: Transitioning Out of Brokenness

What got broken?  This was a question I asked podcast guest, Chatela Monae, as we talked about why she is in the process of divorcing her husband.  What struck me was her determined intention to take care of herself during the process, first.  Something that many women don't do and as a result come out of their divorces bitter, fractured and afraid to trust a man again.

In this, the last in our Recovering From Divorce Series, Chatela tells us a story all too common. The story of rushing into marriage thinking that the same smarts you bring to books will translate to relationships.  That, because a man asks you to marry him, he recognizes your value and wants to marry you for all the right reasons.  The belief that if you pray long and hard that somehow God is going to fix what's broken and save your marriage.  [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E17: Removing the Stigma So You Can Enjoy Sex

Good girls don't, bad girls do?  Guess again!  Good girls talk about sex.  In fact, good girls want to enjoy sex too! This episode is all about sexual freedom a topic near and dear to our guest's heart. For Leah Carey spent 42 years mired in shame, laying on her back during intercourse, staring up at the proverbial ceiling waiting for it to be over.  She didn't know she could ask for what she wanted so she endured what she didn't want.  [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E16: When ‘For Worse’ Is The Death Of Your Marriage

Joining in our Recovering From Divorce Series is none other than Co-Host Dating Commentator Troy Vaughan.  In their old school meets new school style, Troy and Suzette go in the ring to go round for round about this question: Why do folks exchange the wedding vows, "for better, for worse...til death us do part" and, with all that said, still get divorced?  [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E15: I had no idea how to overcome failure!

Tiffany Green and her husband were the picture perfect couple: smart, attractive and, by all intents and purposes, the quintessential couple.  Even, their families adored each other.  Theirs should have been the ultimate happily ever after story! Yet after 3 1/2 years of marriage, Tiffany called it quits. Up until this point, she had never failed at anything but here she was with a failed marriage and had no idea how to overcome this failure! This third episode in our Recovering From Divorce Series chronicles Tiffany's journey to the real answers she was seeking and the real resolution her soul required. [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E14: Building A Legacy...One Diaper at A Time

According to Pew Research, the number of fathers who do not work outside the home is on the rise.  It was up to 2 million in 2012 in fact!  In this special Father’s Day episode, I’m talking with one of those unsung heroes.  He’s music producer and stay-at-home dad Derrien Hinton aka “DH The Composer”. In our candid conversation, Derrien talks about the realities of parenting twin boys, how brand building and legacy building are intertwined, and the deeper meaning of manhood and fatherhood he’s discovering...one diaper at a time[EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E13: Silent No More - How I Learned to Love My Voice

For years, Altovise Pelzer carried around a secret that she had kept concealed from everybody.  No one knew, not even her mother.  It wasn't until she felt compelled to share it with her daughter that Altovise went from silence to finding and loving her voice.  In this, our second episode in the Recovering From Divorce Series, Altovise shares her story of molestation, being evicted from her home, going through a divorce and being a people pleaser. But most of all, she shares her journey of enoughness and the unexpected full circle that brought her face-to-face with her ex-husband.  [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E12: Heartbreak Is Not A Life Sentence

Kicking off my Recovering From Divorce Series is Voice Actor, International Public Speaker and The World's #1 Master Trainer on Relationship Sales Dynamics™, Spike Spencer. In this episode, Spike shares his heartbreak at discovering his then-wife with his best friend, moving past the anger and internal blocks, to learning to cook with the right ingredients to attract the right partner.  Listen as Spike explains the something that has to click so heartbreak doesn't become a life sentence.   [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E11: I Like Him, But He's Bipolar

You're really feeling this person and think that they might just be "the one," but they tell you they are bipolar.  What do you do?  May is Mental Health Awareness Month and continuing the discussion is none other than my cohost, Dating and Relationship Commentator and Atlanta native Troy Vaughan. In this episode, Troy and I get real and talk about dating and mental health, the normalization of unhealthy mental health in the Black community, myths versus reality, and the importance of seeking a mental health professional at all stages of life. [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E10: REST - Release Every Situation Totally

Have you ever felt uncomfortable being around people, avoided or cancelled appointments at the last minute or your mind “bugging” as if it’s on hyperdrive? In this episode, Cynthia White, a Speaker, Entrepreneur, Coach, Mentor, and Mental Health Advocate joins Suzette as they talk about how mental health should be acknowledged as an important issue in our society. Cynthia and Suzette share their thoughts on what healthy habits should be incorporated into our routine for us to live our life by design and not by default. Tune in as Cynthia shares her personal battle with mental illness and how she became her own advocate. [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E9: Knowing Your True Worth Beyond Abuse and Violence

In the middle of abuse and violence, Veronica Pryor-Faciane decided enough was enough! In this episode, she shares her compelling story of triumph over incest and sexual abuse and how she found the strength to break free.  If you've ever wondered if you'll ever break free from the guilt and shame of abuse and violence, Veronica's story will awaken you to your true worth and help you go from worrier to warrior. [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E8: If Life Offers You An Out, Take It

Why does it seem so hard for some to leave a toxic situation behind? In this episode, Suzette discusses why it is important for high achieving women to recognize when life offers them an out and to take it without hesitation. Suzette also shares, in the most honest possible way, how changing your mindset is key to overcoming the question, “Am I enough?” when something holds you back from leaving. Wait for her to reveal that one thing that can finally set you free.  [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E7:  Can You Afford To Date Your Expectations?

Taking his virtual seat at the podcast table is none other than Dating and Relationship Commentator and Atlanta native Troy Vaughan. In this episode, old school meets new school as Troy and Suzette offer their unique perspectives on the question, "Can you afford to date your expectations?"  Listen as Troy makes his debut as co-host, giving a man’s perspective on some controversial issues about dating and relationships while bringing to the table viable solutions and advice.  [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E6:  Revive, Empower, Celebrate Yourself

Taking her virtual seat at the podcast table is none other than the heart and soul of 50+ Women of Color, Class, Confidence and Style, Zelda Cookie Wade. Zelda shares how her heart, once isolated and lonely, is now filled by over 29,000 women from all over the world. She reveals her secret sauce and the transformation that can happen when women are revived, empowered and celebrated. [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E5: I Want To See You Be Brave

When was the last time you were brave--not for everybody else, for you? In this episode, Suzette brings to light the subtle yet impactful ways Life offers us opportunities to be brave. She gets to the heart of where lack of self trust can come from and your Inner Visionary who must take her place as boss of your life. Her insights are certain to amplify your voice, your value and your vision. This podcast is a must-listen for those you need to take a bold step in their own direction..   [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E4: The Power of Intentionality: Your Voice Your Investment

In this episode, we get the great privilege to hear from the incredible Public Speaking Strategist, Joi Worthy Johnson! Joi is not only a force of intention when it comes to speaking but is passionate about setting an intention for living.  Whether keynote speaking at a conference or communicating with your spouse, Joi teaches the power of your voice, your intention and your investment.   [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E3: Choose You...FIRST!

In this powerful episode, Master Life Strategist Andrenee Boothe goes underneath the skin of why women over-give. She deconstructs the inner workings of your inner critic.  She tells you how to change the conversation so your inner critic recognizes who's in charge. And she gives you tools to reconstruct the you--the real you--who will choose you...first[EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E2: Stop! You're Doing Too Much Too Early In Your Relationship!

Do you bring home the bacon, fry it up in a pan and never never let him forget he's the man? While that might work for the Enjoli perfume commercial, it doesn't work for your relationship.  Doing too much too early in your relationships, though a common mistake of the high achieving, seldom gives you what you really really want.  This episode cuts through the denial and gives a compelling argument for why you should stop doing so much!  [EPISODE DETAILS]

 

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S1-E1: Why Enough Factor Podcast?

Because we all struggle with the question, "Am I enough?"  And rather than talk about it, we get busy trying to prove to ourselves and others that we are.  One problem though.  Seldom if ever is that ever enough.  That's why we're here.  To help you to write your own definition - yours alone - of what makes you enough so you can have a brand new experience of living and loving.  For you see, the answer is not in the mouths of other people.  The answer is within you!  [EPISODE DETAILS]

"Alexa, open Enough Factor Podcast"

"Alexa, open Enough Factor Podcast"

About Your Host

Hi, I'm Suzette Vearnon.  On December 27, 2014 on my 55th birthday, I did something my Inner Critic would not have predicted.  I got married to the most wonderful man.  It wasn't because I was perfect!  It was because I was me!  The same me who was told I was not enough at times and I was too much at others.  I struggled for most of my adulthood because of it.  Oh how I could have used someone who could unlock for me what was such a mystery, that I was enough.

That's why I'm so excited about this podcast.  I get to give to you what I didn't get.  And because of that, it won't take you 55 years to get it right!   But if it has, it's  not too late.  Let's make sure that you don't spend one more moment not knowing that you are worthy, you are worth it, you are enough!!

Join me every Sunday for my Enough Factor Podcast!

 

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