We had a great opportunity to interview an Amazing young business woman for my I’mKinda Famous podcast that you can find on iTunes. Chandali host of Tea Time with Chandi and owner of The Hair Store LLC impressed me in every way. From her charisma that shines heavy when she greets you to the confidence in her statements and opinions. The interview I know is going to be a hit. On my show, I always know the show is going well because I see the outro music coming and have to hit mute. As I have begun to adopt the “black NPR” concept I am learning how to make an interview a conversation and still dig deep into the layers of a person versus having them pitch for an hour. This episode we hit so many layers that I just know that many many people will walk away ready to go achieve their dream. I invite many of you to go listen and check it out especially if you have the aspiration to be self-employed. I really believe you will see her do something big in the near future because of the determination and spirit that leaks out of pores. Even after the show, we continued the conversation and I can tell she believes in her brand and understands some of the challenges she will face along with a plan to upset them as the empire she is out to create continues to rise.
With My show i try to do as much video content as possible and I was lucky enough to watch a Tea Time episode as she was recording it so recognizing something special was happening I began to film as well and came home and made this promo intro for Tea Time with Chandi. Follow Chandali at http://facebook.com/thehairstorellc Enjoy!
I dont know what its like actually but I am about 24 episodes into and this week releasing an episode with up and coming rapper in Wichita Big Sam aka Samuel David. This episode I specifically wanted to be called Episode 24:44..I think its kinda clever since we spend the whole show talking about Jay Z‘s newest album entitled 4:44. It’s insane that im almost at 25 shows and its nowhere near slowing down. Working on some good sponsorship opportunities and meet and working with some dope people talking about funny, entertaining, and insightful topics. Its like the Black NPR but with Continue reading