Christine Aldrich is an author, community college educational leader, certified trainer, and change agent. She has been a strong advocate of empowering people for the last decade by helping them to find their best self.
Plainly, if we don’t do, we don’t fail, we stay in our comfort zone and we don’t grow.
“Fact checking is so important”
Crowned ReRe is joined by Whitney B. the author of “Hey, Black Girl!” Whitney shares what inspired her to write “Hey, Black Girl!” Whitney…
The importance of finding your voice and advocating for yourself.
“I would say to women specifically, You are dope even on your worst day. Know this. The best gift you can give yourself is to validate your own self-worth.
I’ve had to grow into that and wasted so much time on believing the negative inner speak, allowing space for the imposter syndrome or giving energy to those who don’t serve me. Know there is one you and to cherish your unique contribution to this universe. That is my testimony.”
Rather you check off everything on the King’s Checklist or not please King take time for yourself outside of yourself, you will find your Crown Moment … I promise.
One thing I wanted to make sure while creating this list is to keep it simple (inspired by my dad, a King), I am sure that Kings cook their favorite meals and watch Netflix all the time but I want Kings to be AWARE that those things are practices of self-care because the importance of self-awareness is just as important as self-care. When you are aware that you are taking care of your self guess what King that is your “Crown Moment”
“On this episode of The CrownTalk Podcast Crowned ReRe has a conversation with Joanette Weisee, the author of “Giggles In My Heart” a Covid-19 Frontline Emergency Doctor and also to her grand kids she is known as Dr. Grammy. Joanette shares how one conversation with her grand-daughter about Covid-19 inspired her to write “Giggles In My Heart” series. Joanette also share how fear can create a barrier that stops us from reaching our goal.”
“The sense of hopelessness is a feeling a lot of us deal with. It’ll make you feel like you don’t know how to continue. While I’m getting better as time passes, it’s still a struggle. Thankfully, I’ve found ways to keep my crown balanced. Among them is keeping the right people around you.”