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Elayne Fluker is author of the new book, Get Over ‘I Got It’: How to Stop Playing Superwoman, Get Support and Remember that Having It All Doesn’t Mean Doing It All Alone (HarperCollins Leadership). As host of the SUPPORT IS SEXY podcast, Elayne interviews more than 500 successful women entrepreneurs around the world, who share inspiring, true stories of the ups and the downs of their entrepreneurial journeys. Elayne Fluker is also founder of SiS.Academy, an online learning platform for women ...
 
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Episode Summary: In this episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne Fluker invites Jessica Robinson, the Founder & CEO of PurePoint International whose main purpose is to support leaders to create inner security, so they can create outer security for their clients. In this episode, Jessica talks about how her protective nature led her to the cyber security…
 
Episode Summary: In this episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne Fluker invites Dr. Adia Gooden, a licensed clinical psychologist who firmly believes that there is nothing wrong in asking for help, especially as a Black woman. Dr. Adia talks about how growing up with clinical psychologists as parents, and her love and interest for people inspired her to…
 
Episode Summary: In this episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne Fluker invites Jodi-Ann Burey, a speaker, writer, and disruptor in the pursuit of equity for all in the actual system. Jodi-Ann talks about how the actual institutions and structure of power weren't exactly built thinking in an inclusive and healthy workspace, and specifically how these ty…
 
Episode Summary: In this episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne Fluker invites Tazin Khan the founder and CEO of Cyber Collective, which empowers people of all kinds of backgrounds to be more critical towards their relationship with the internet by providing them with different resources and tools to remain secure and private online. Tazin talks about …
 
Episode Summary: In this episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne Fluker invites Michelle Swittenberg, CEO of two fitness businesses, BRWL Studio and the Triple Threat Challenge. Michelle talks about how after planning her retirement at 48 years old she couldn’t deal with the “sitting all day on a sofa doing nothing” lifestyle which is why she decided to…
 
Episode Summary: In this episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne Fluker invites Amber Aziza, Founder and CEO of AAE Corporation which helps companies adjust to the new normal by transforming their workforce into “engaged, happy, and productive teams”, that are in concordance with the companies’ culture and values. Amber talks about how in the new times,…
 
Episode Summary: In this episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne Fluker invites Kasia Urbaniak, the co-founder of The Academy, whose main purpose is to teach women how to gain power. Kasia talks about how from the beginning she felt that she was not going to be a conventional woman, as she was raised in a family of musicians. Kasia tells us how her rebe…
 
Episode Summary: In this episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne Fluker invites Maghan Morin, the co-founder of a working space called “Thynk Global” which main purpose is to make Black Female Founders feel comfortable in the entrepreneurship ambiance by creating a community in which entrepreneur woman can connect all around the world to make their busi…
 
Episode Summary: In this episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne Fluker invites Sharon Ufberg, the co-founder of Borrowed Wisdom which coaches women who are trying to find a new meaning in their life and make their dreams reality. Sharon talks about how she has managed to become the entrepreneur woman she is now with the help and support of her family, …
 
Episode Summary: In this episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne Fluker invites Barbara Huson, the author of the book “Rewire for Health”, to talk about her path to financial success and her journey to becoming an entrepreneur. In fact, her way to wealth wasn’t always easy as she had to break through the concept of “women don’t make money”, that her fam…
 
Episode Summary: Laurie Gerber talks to Elayne Fluker about how she fell in love with coaching and how she began the journey. She educates people to tell the truth and fall in love with themselves. In the episode, she tells Elayne what people misunderstand about relationships. Finally, she talks about how coaching saved her marriage and how that wa…
 
Episode Summary: In this episode, Kacie Lett Gordon takes Elayne Fluker on how she left corporate and started entrepreneurship. Kacie talks about the steps she took before she took the plunge into entrepreneurship and what it meant for her to leave her corporate job, which had more job security, and launching her business during the pandemic. About…
 
Episode Summary: In this episode, Jennifer Love answers general questions about money management along with an explanation of what wealth really means. Elayne Fluker and Jennifer Love discuss why some people have difficulty talking about money and the concept of financial freedom. Further, Jennifer Love explains how to change course if you are not …
 
My very first book signing (turned book celebration) on Martha's Vineyard was perfectly....imperfect. :) Listen to hear what happened when my books didn't show up in time for the event and how I had to take the title of my own book very seriously: Get Over 'I Got It' -- How to Stop Playing Superwoman, Get Support and Remember that Having It All Doe…
 
If you're on Martha's Vineyard August 12, 2021, join me for my first in-person book signing for "Get Over 'I Got It'". Together with entrepreneur India Rose -- who owns the Sideline Store in Vineyard Haven -- I am celebrating the resilience of Black women entrepreneurs and, of course, encouraging us all to continue to support each other and get the…
 
Episode Summary: In this episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne sits down with poet, artist, and musician Morgan Harper Nichols to hear the remarkable story of how she got to where she is today. They talk about creating with intention, letting go of the how, listening to people’s stories, and being open to the possibilities everywhere. The journey is t…
 
Episode Summary In this episode of Support is Sexy, Founder of Silver Lining Carissa Reiniger discusses the importance of being focused and deliberate about what your business does and who your ideal client is, as well as how small, clear actions are essential to delivering amazing results for your business. Given the state of the world, Carissa’s …
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Founder of BroglieBox Julia Broglie opens up about her struggles with mental health and losing a brother to suicide, and how her journey led to starting the BroglieBox company. Mental health has never been so important. Listen for support strategies for your mental health and practical tips for your business in t…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, the Creator of The Great Girlfriends Podcast and expert brand builder Sybil Amuti gives noteworthy strategies for building your brand and creating brand longevity. Become “pandemic proof” with content, culture, and community. Find out how to get to work in this episode of Support is Sexy. Elayne Fluker Elayne Flu…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Founder and Chief Kindness Advisor of Cool Audrey, Cole Baker, shares why she believes kindness can change the way we do business and how we can make more soul moves instead of power moves. Cole moved out of the corporate world in order to make the corporate world a more kind place, and she shares exactly how she…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Ama Gordon, Co-Founder of Global Fertility Connections, shares about all things fertility, the support that’s out there for you, and how you can advocate for yourself. If you’ve ever wished you had someone to ask your questions about freezing your eggs or surrogacy, then you won’t want to miss this conversation o…
 
I'm at a crossroads, y'all. My book, Get Over "I Got It" is officially out in the world. (And a huge thank you to all of you who supported me by buying a copy -- whether print book or audiobook). This journey, three years in the making, has been an extraordinary learning experience for me. This dream, a lifetime in the making, was finally checked o…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Katherine and Nick North, who are featured in Elayne’s new book “Get Over ‘I Got It,” rejoin the podcast to talk about pride, support, creating safe spaces, and letting people show up for you. Hear more about asking courageously and answering with radical honesty in this episode of Support is Sexy. Elayne Fluker …
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, intenSati Founder Patricia Moreno, who is featured in Elayne’s new book “Get Over ‘I Got It’” (HarperCollins Leadership), discusses how to “live the question” and hunger for the answer. The more you immerse yourself in living the question, the easier it is to take action when the answer comes. Learn how to be a s…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Dawn Shedrick, Founder of JenTex Training & Consulting, is featured in Elayne’s new book GET OVER "I Got It" (HarperCollins Leadership) in Chapter 6: Stop Being the Strong. Dawn joins the podcast to speak on the dangers of being the strong one, why you need to unlearn certain unhealthy behaviors and mindsets, and…
 
It's one week after the launch of my new book, Get Over "I Got It", and whether it's conversations with friends or one of the many interviews I've been blessed to do, a question that keeps coming up is: How does it feel to be a published author? My answer: I'm not sure, but I do know that it feels amazing to finish! On this episode of the Support i…
 
May 11. Today is the day. At midnight, I officially became a published book author for the very first time. I've been both excited and anxious about this day; but I'm also grateful. Grateful for the many who have supported me along the way, and grateful for what I believe will be the next chapter. "Get Over 'I Got It' is out in the world for you to…
 
On May 11th my very first book, "Get Over 'I Got It'" (HarperCollins Leadership) will be released into the world. All I can say is EEEEEKKK!! Excited, nervous, anxious, did I say excited? It's all swirling around. But what I refuse to do is let Agnes (which is what I call my anxiety) get the best of me. To hold myself accountable, I'm going to go L…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Dr. Zoe Shaw, who is featured in “Get Over ‘I Got it,’” joins Elayne to discuss the “Superwoman Complex” and how to retire your cape. Dr. Zoe shares how she got over her ‘I Got It’ Syndrome, how to avoid overwhelm, and why we need to learn how to accept support. Don’t miss the expert advice on overcoming the sham…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, CEO of Nonprofit HR Lisa Brown Alexander, who is featured in Elayne’s upcoming book, Get Over ‘I Got It,’ speaks about her experience in removing her mask, getting the support she needs, and prioritizing her mental health. Lisa also discusses why successful Black women are more likely to wear masks and why you ne…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Founder and CEO of CoveyClub and former Editor-in-Chief of More Magazine Lesley Jane Seymour gives her best tips for successful reinvention. Lesley — who is featured in chapter 10 of Elayne's new book — Get Over "I Got It" (HarperCollins Leadership) discusses how to plan for different types of reinvention, the li…
 
It's a dream come true, and, yes, I'm terrified. Writing a book is definitely one of the oldest dreams I have. And now that we're just over a month away and my very first book, "Get Over 'I Got It'" is scheduled for release on May 11 with HarperCollins Leadership, I can hardly believe it. On this episode, I not only share an except from the book (b…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, author of Black Girl in Love (with Herself), Trey Anthony, reminds us that loving ourselves is not a job we can give to someone else! Trey gives tips from her book on how to create healthy relationships with ourselves, people in our lives, and even our money. Hear about why “you might want to cry about this” in t…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne and Polina Hanin, Principal at Aequitas Partners, have a conversation about equity, diversity, and inclusion, and what it means to be an ally in America today. Polina talks about her personal racial “wake-up call” and how that has impacted her business practices. Whether in friendships or in the workplace,…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Co-Founders of Topicals, Olamide Olowe and Claudia Teng speak about their business partnership, branding, and raising $2.7 million in investments by selling a vision, not just a product. Be inspired by their success as young women of color and learn about what it takes to create a truly disruptive brand on Suppor…
 
It took me more than a week to record and post this episode. I just couldn't believe that we're almost there -- we're almost at the day that I've been dreaming about for as long as I can remember. On May 11th, my very first published book will be released and I will officially become an author. On this episode I share why I'm nervous about sharing …
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, mental performance coach Ayanna Sealey speaks about how to step into your “zone of genius” when it comes to performance at all levels of your life. Ayanna addresses how to deal with performance anxiety, uncertainty, and unprocessed trauma that might be holding us back, with techniques rooted in daily practice and…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, BROWN GIRL Jane Co-Founder and Chief Brand Officer Tai Beauchamp applies life principles to business and gives us invaluable advice about how to form healthy partnerships that help us grow and reach our goals. Business partnerships can be rewarding and humbling, but Tai reminds us that we need to prioritize ourse…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Dr. Anna Cebeca, OB-GYN and author of The Hormone Fix, teaches how practical knowledge of hormones can drastically improve your overall health and well-being. From progesterone, cortisol, and oxytocin, Dr. Cebeca makes the connection between hormone balance and healing our bodies. Learn about simple steps you can…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Isabella Lengopito from The BOMA Project, an organization empowering women entrepreneurs in Kenya to end extreme poverty in Africa, joins Elayne to share how diversification, setting goals, and community helped BOMA women grow their businesses. Tune in to this episode of Support is Sexy to hear how you can apply …
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, if you’ve been thinking about getting extra support in your business, Tasha Booth, CEO of The Launch Guild, a virtual assistant agency, has just the advice you need. Tasha answers what is a virtual assistant, who should have one, and what you should consider before hiring one or even becoming one yourself. As a s…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, self-care and healthy relationship coach Fila Antwine reminds us that self-care is sexy! Fila shares all kinds of ways you can support yourself, including raising awareness of negative self-talk and creating healthy boundaries. You can be successful, you can be ambitious, and you can also take care of yourself. F…
 
In this Where Is She Now episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne catches up with YorYoga founder and Reebok marketing executive Kremena Yordanova. Kremena has been getting the support she needs, expanding her brand, and practicing being unapologetic with her priorities. She even shares her own meditation practice with us and how she listens to her body …
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, The Honey Pot Company CEO Bea Dixon speaks about how in her success she has stayed authentic and committed to excellence, despite some bumps in the road along the way. If you are an entrepreneur just starting out or trying to get your product into retail, Bea gives invaluable and practical advice that you have to…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, expert social media strategist Andrea Jones gives her favorite social media tips on how businesses can best utilize various platforms, including Instagram, LinkedIn, and Tiktok. Find out the top three marketing questions any entrepreneur should ask herself and how you can build up your social media presence witho…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Olivia Ansell speaks about her evolution into a serial entrepreneur and the mindset it took to get there. Along with practical tips about the importance of multiple sources of income and reducing risk, Olivia's story will inspire the survivor spirit of resilience within you! Listen to hear how Olivia came back fr…
 
The conversation gets real on this episode of Support is Sexy as Shani Godwin, CEO of Communiqué USA, shares her successes and struggles from selling pompoms as a seven year old to how she felt when her business passed the million dollar mark. You can prioritize your joy and well-being as a part of your business and open yourself up to pivot into n…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, super stylish TV Style and Entertainment Correspondent Sydney Sadick joins Elayne to talk about how to style your own life, aim high, and be confident in any situation! Sydney reveals her experience of trusting her gut and making huge career moves in the fashion industry, including how an encounter with Rihanna h…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Ettitude Co-Founders Phoebe Yu and Kat Dey give loads of practical business advice and share the story of how they became business partners from across the globe and scaled their amazing brand. They share what is necessary for a successful business partnership and how that can apply to all areas of your life. Lea…
 
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