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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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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…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, hear about Stephanie Morimoto’s journey to becoming the CEO of Asutra and entering into a business partnership with tennis superstar Venus William. Whether you’re starting, growing, selling, or buying a business, there are amazing lessons for any entrepreneur, like how to raise your own self-awareness and build y…
 
Today’s guest on Support is Sexy, Kara Goldin, is Founder and CEO of $150 million beverage company hint. Kara joins Elayne to explain how she built her business and the hint brand, including hint’s recent product expansion. Kara shares practical tips on getting your products into stores, knowing when to say no, and finding a perfect business partne…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Chantal Pierrat and Elayne explore the intersection where your passion can be upheld by your financial success. Chantal, CEO of Emerging Women, shares what she has learned in building her global platform including how conscious leadership is a sustainable business model, new ways for entrepreneurs to approach cha…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, learn about what it’s like to sell your company to a huge company, like Amazon, from Founder of Partpic Jewel Burks Solomon. Now Head of Google for Startups in the US and Manager Partner at Collab Capital, Jewel shares her story from counting dollar bills from her family’s business to developing her own product a…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Liz Bohannon founder of Sseko goes deep into how to set up a mission-driven business with global impact. Liz encourages us to choose proximity, empathy, and listening to do better in our businesses and our communities as she shares the impact that Sseko has had on women worldwide in providing opportunities, empow…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy hear about Founder of EPIC at Sales Laura Wright’s journey to building her “unshakeable” business and learn how you can too! "Sales ninja" Laura gives her Five Steps of Sales along with other advice for how women can step into their sales mastery. Laura explains why sales aren’t sleazy and how both income and impa…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Kirsty Verity -- CEO of REAL Coaching who has sold $17 million of product on Amazon and coached 1000+ Amazon sellers on how to set up their businesses -- gives tons of in-depth details and how-to’s. Listen to see if you have what it takes to be an Amazon seller-- it might not be as high of a hurdle as you’d think…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Tiffany Dufu gives incredible advice from her experience in starting and building her company, The Cru. Tiffany, an inspiration for any woman looking to make a difference in the world, discusses aspects of her business from inception to present, the importance of intentionality, accountability, and commitment, an…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne reconnects with Angela Mader, creator of Fitbook® and Fitlosophy and founder of Type A: Branding and Consulting, to talk about not only what it takes to build a company and brand from the ground up but also the process of selling that company. Our host and Angela discuss both the interesting nitty gritty d…
 
Join Van Jones, John Legend, Alicia Garza, Jessie Williams and, yep, author and Support is Sexy podcast host Elayne Fluker at INBOUND 2020! The annual marketing event is hosted by HubSpot and is traditionally a three day, in-person conference that gathers business professionals from almost every industry and includes inspiring keynote speakers, bre…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Elayne is joined by Jumoke Dada, Founder of Tech Women Network and the HUE Tech Summit for women of color in the technology industry. Dada shares the inspiration behind the systems of support she has created for women in tech fields along with strategies to finding your path to fulfillment by leveraging your know…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Carol Cox of Speaking Your Brand teaches about having clarity, conviction, and confidence in our voices and stories. You have what it takes to be a thought leader! Learn how to develop your thought leadership platform, evolve your brand during turbulent times, and tap into your storytelling power on this episode …
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, hear the ups and downs of Nadia Lopez’s journey. An inspiring educator of Brooklyn who “opened a school to close a prison,” Nadia speaks about her experiences with both the limelight and the day-to-day reality of running her school. She emphasizes the absolute necessity of self-care in the face of intense pressur…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Peachy Lyfe CEO Sherwin Clemons shares her substantial knowledge in running a successful business in the service industry. She opens up about the turning point that brought clarity to her journey to fully embracing entrepreneurship, her rich family history and how those values translate to her business, as well a…
 
Dr. Lakeysha Hallmon of The Village Market ATL shares it all, from the inspiration of her entrepreneurial grandmother and Mississippian roots to the current “amazingness” of her work in amplifying Black businesses and making an economic impact. Dr. Hallmon emphasizes the power of non-competitive spaces for Black entrepreneurs and the “camaraderie o…
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, learn about Mary Hyatt’s Five Stages for Intuitive Living: Acknowledge, Aware, Anchor, Align, Alive. In these times of pandemic and social crises, it is now more important than ever to listen to and apply Mary’s insights on self-examination, compassion, and courage in order to move beyond stress, exhaustion, and …
 
In this episode of Support is Sexy, Dr. Traci Baxley teaches her philosophy of social justice parenting. Whether you have children or not, you can practice these pillars, or ROCKS: Reflecting, Open dialogue, Compassion, Kindness, and Social engagement. Dr. Baxley gives strategies to engage in difficult conversations with your children, have compass…
 
We all know that image plays a role in how people perceive us, whether we want to admit it or not. But stylist Morgan Wider — who is also author of the new memoir / style guide, The Worthy Wardrobe, says that your image and your wardrobe come second to your mindset when it comes to stepping into your power as a woman. Morgan says her work isn’t jus…
 
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Karen Young was an adventurous trouble maker — in a good way — and clear from an early age that she’d be an entrepreneur, even if didn’t know exactly what that was at the time. Today, Karen is the creator of Oui Shave, a women’s shaving and beauty brand that is disrupting the beauty industry. On this throwback episode of the Support is Sexy podcast…
 
Are you trying to figure out what your work-life looks like post-pandemic? Are you sensing that it may be time for a pivot in your career? Have you been haunted by the question: What’s next? Then my conversation with corporate trainer, educator and certified emotional intelligence expert Tieko Nejon is for you. Recorded during a live webinar with a…
 
You may know Hollywood veteran and award-winning actress Tina Lifford as the vivacious, breakout, beloved character Aunt Vi on the critically acclaimed television drama, Queen Sugar. Or maybe you know her from one of the more than 100 characters she has played in her long-standing career. But on this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, Tina sha…
 
A self-proclaimed VOICE Activist who’s passionate about helping individuals amplify their voices and brand authority by harnessing the power of podcasting, Yana Reynolds is guided by her personal mission to take her clients from Dreaming to Streaming. As the creator of her V.O.I.C.E. Model, Yana addresses five key actionable steps that encourages y…
 
Let's face it: These are scary, uncertain and potentially highly stressful times. News about the Coronavirus COVID-19 fills our timelines and our TV screens, and we're all having to make major adjustments to our lives and routines, which have basically been turned upside down. Though we know we will get through this (and I believe we will!), we hav…
 
On this Throwback Thursday episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, we hear from Rahama Wright, founder of Shea Yeleen, which is a social enterprise dedicated to empowering women in West Africa and the United States through the production, sale and use of shea butter products. Rahama takes us on a journey through the origin of her company Shea Yelee…
 
Nicknamed “Cyclone” when she was younger, Jen Groover — a Pennsylvania native — became committed to creating something of her own, and then something else, and then something else. Today, Jen is a successful serial entrepreneur, inventor of million dollar product, The Butler Bag, has partnered with brands like Verizon and Avon, has been featured on…
 
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