Special Mompreneurs Series on The #SpeakEasy Podcast

This short series is for moms from some amazing women with mom stories that will elevate you no matter what level you are on when it comes to being a mompreneur. Each woman in this short series is a speaker for the Women on the Verge Mompreneurs Summit hosted by Tameka Walker Chapman. (Register for access to the summit by going to bit.ly/wotvmomsummit)

Check out Jaemellah’s interview: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/26834114

Jaemellah’s mom’s story is about tenacity and the will to make it happen. Moving from one stream of income to multiple streams allows a mother to create or recreate her family legacy. This is the heart of what Jaemellah does.

Jaemellah’s mom tips:
~ Find the passion population that you would like to serve
~ Think of a creative solution to a problem that your passion population has
~ Don’t think that you always have to create a non-profit (Look at partnerships and volunteering)
~ Acts of kindness is a way that you can serve your passion population

Jaemellah Kemp is all things nonprofit management.
Ms. Kemp’s tenacity, drive, determination and willingness to help others inspired her to found
IT TAKES TWO, INC, a 501c(3) nonprofit organization that awards scholarships to students living
in single-parent homes.
As a single mother, she understands the financial and emotional strains associated with one parent and one-income households. IT TAKES TWO, INC is her ministry to pay it forward by relieving the financial burden associated with back to school costs.

To date, the organization has awarded 21 scholarships totaling over $6,800.
Ms. Kemp has extended her philanthropic efforts through Jaemellah Kemp Consulting (JKC). JKC
is an educationally-based nonprofit start-up consulting firm that assists aspiring entrepreneurs in successfully building a nonprofit founded on sound principles, actionable strategies, and
relevant information. Ms. Kemp has launched, in partnership with visionaries, over 30 nonprofit
organizations with 100% 501c(3) approval rate.

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Check out Stevii’s interview: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/26760967

Stevii Aisha Mills is not a mom but she has a momager story that will inspire you. When Stevii became sick due to the job she was working, her mom Karen Mills did something that makes us see the value in moms everywhere. She took on a second job to care for her daughter. Ms. Karen is Stevii’s biggest cheerleader.

Supporting moms rely on you being able to understand that their journey is usually never a straight path. Support will change and Stevii realizes that visibility for mompreneurs is one way to keep the momentum going.

Stevii’s Mompreneur Tips:
~ Get a pen and paper and start with your why
~ Do the mind work first
~ Cherish your time
~ Live to your fullest
~ Continue to cultivate your IT factor!

Stevii Aisha Mills embraces a culture where fun is not just a niche, it is a necessity! Stevii is a native of Greensboro, NC, and a proud graduate of North Carolina A&T State University, where Aggie Pride reigns. Her formal education consists of a BA in Public Relations and an MS in Human Resources, however, Stevii’s real-life experiences have made her a well known social media influencer and gained her the title “The Chief IT Factor Cultivator”! A woman unashamed to incorporate tons of fun into her life and business, all the while declaring, “I love my life!”, has made Stevii a highly sought out speaker and consultant.

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Check out Chere’s interview: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/26760972

Chere M. Goode knows all too well that moms tend to not have themselves on their to-do list. With active kids, a business, school, spouse, family, and life there are many things vying for some piece of our attention. She sees the need, especially now, to get into a healthy regimen of self-care. Chere gave us one her tips for getting some me time as a mom that included her closet.

Chere’s Mompreneurs tips:
~ Don’t be the grumpy mom (Take time for you in order to keep a clear head)
~ Include your kids in the self-care journey
~ Use Creative Visualization when possible (Take that trip that you always wanted to take)
~ The plan is important – have it written down and stick to it

Chere M. Goode is the Founder/CEO of Total Harmony Enterprises, Make Me Over Wellness, and Exceptional Wellness Candle Company. Goode is a wife, mother, and caregiver, as well as, the Creator of the Annual RECHARGE Health, Wellness, and Fitness Expo. Goode has been a Licensed Practical Nurse for over 30 years. She is a 5-time #1 Amazon Best Selling International Author, Speaker, and Wellness Coach, as well as, an American Heart & Stroke Association Ambassador/Spokesperson. Known as the RECHARGE Strategist and Self Care Master Goode teaches professional women strategies for self-care to recharge their Mental, Physical, and Emotional batteries for success in life and business through her 8 Recharge Pillars of Self Care. Goode’s teachings also emphasize the importance of self-care to enrich one’s life. She teaches her clients that if you look good, you feel good so pamper yourself as often as possible.

Goode is also the founder of the Ladies Recharge Movement where she hosts quarterly events for women to step away from daily duties to perform self-care and have fun with other like-minded professional women. Goode has been featured on ABC, Dr. Oz, Wendy Williams, Baltimore’s TV 25, Good Day Baltimore on Fox 45, Society Moms TV, Radio One, WOLB Radio, Impact The World Radio, I Heart Radio, The Baltimore Times, Baltimore Flava Radio, Impact Nation Magazine and a host of other Magazines and Media Outlets. She has received numerous awards and Government citations for tenacity in business. Most recently she was awarded as a 2020 Woman Thriving in Business and one of Baltimore’s Women of Passion, Poise, & Purpose by the Baltimore Times. Goode’s expertise in the areas of RECHARGE strategies, self-care, stress management, mental wellness, and heart disease prevention has touched the lives of many all over the world.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Janet Madaka says:

    This is an interesting read. I am trying to be a mompreneur, so I am hoping for the best

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    1. I would love for you to join our free Facebook group. People are always sharing different opportunities and ideas. We have a free webinar on the last Saturday of the month each month. Bit.ly/worldvoicecommunity


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