• 3 Key Components Of Asking For What You Want With Cyndie Spiegel

    LISTEN!    Cyndie Spiegel is a Brooklyn-based small business consultant, coach, and TEDx speaker. She is also the founder of The Collective (of Us), a small business accelerator for women and The Community (of Us), an online hub for conversation and change-making community. She is on a mission to empower 100,000 women to build BOLD businesses […]

  • Creating Better Video Content With Andrea Corson

    Are you utilizing video to connect with your audience? Well, you should be. Video converts at a much higher rate than other forms of content. It’s pretty much a no-brainer. The problem is that most creative entrepreneurs are already overwhelmed and don’t know where to begin. That’s where today’s guest, Andrea Corson jumps in. Andrea is an Emmy-nominated […]

  • Bootstrapping, Blogging & Business With Meg Keene

    Meg Keene is the Founder and Editor-in-chief of A Practical Wedding, which started as a Blogspot account on her kitchen table ten years ago, and is now the top independently held wedding publication in the world. In this episode, Meg talks about how A Practical Wedding got started, bootstrapping her business and the realities of running […]

  • Stickers, Community And Connection With Maureen (Mo) Vázquez

    Maureen (Mo) Vázquez is a designer, a mom to four, a child of the 80s, and a life-long sticker lover. In 2014, after a career in design and corporate brand management, she launched Pipsticks, a subscription sticker club. Pipsticks sends gorgeous, high-quality stickers to subscribers of all ages every month. In this episode Mo shares […]

  • Doing Business Your Way With Arsha Jones

    Serial Entrepreneur Arsha Jones

    Arsha Jones is a creative soul with a penchant for marketing, sales, pop culture, technology, and social media. Her website, is where she endeavors to teach others how to turn their passions into profit with physical products. In this episode, we dive into Arsha’s journey to multiple million dollar brands, her best tips for […]

  • Managing Multiple Brands And Yourself With Kyshira Moffett

    In this episode, Kyshira Moffett shares how she got started with brand strategy, her best advice for managing multiple brands as a solopreneur and how you can launch a bombshell brand this year.

    Have you ever thought about launching multiple brands, but you’re afraid that you can’t manage them all? Well, this week’s guest, Kyshira Moffett is the founder of the KSM Group, This Is Her Movement and Life of a Bombshell Cosmetics. Kyshira S. Moffett, MBA is a digital brand strategist, content creator, award-winning entrepreneur, and author. Passionate […]

  • Making The Transition And Finding Your Voice With Amber Wright

    Ever thought about quitting your job to pursue running your side hustle full time? Well Amber Wright of has recently made the transition and shares how she went from college professor to full time business owner.

    Ever thought about quitting your job to pursue running your side hustle full time? Well this week’s guest Amber Wright of has recently made the transition.   Amber is a communication expert, speaker, and public speaking coach. Her specialty lies in helping entrepreneurs find their voice on-stage, online, and on paper. Once described as […]

  • Content, Boundaries and Making An Impact With Maya Elious

    If you’re struggling to connect with your community than this week’s episode is perfect for you. I’m chatting with personal branding strategist Maya Elious. Maya teaches experts how to create curriculum-based content to grow & monetize their online brand. She’s a genius when it comes to creating content that builds community and converts. In this […]

  • Being Resourceful With Keep Chasing The Stars

    In this episode, we discuss Monique’s background, how she knew when it was time to transition in her business, her best advice for staying consistent and her keys to success after 8+ years in business.

    This week on Pimp Your Brilliance, I’ve invited my friend Amber Wright on to the show to interview me. After twenty-eight episodes, I felt this was the perfect way to end the first season of the podcast. In this episode, we discuss my background, how I knew when it was time to transition in my […]