It’s been a while since I’ve released a podcast episode. In this episode, I discuss what has transpired over the past few months and the lesson I learned in the process–you don’t have to start over, start from where you are.
For almost 2 months, I struggled with my voice/throat (chronic cough). When you talk for a living, it can affect your coin. It can greatly affect the ability to live stream, conduct trainings, record podcasts, do coaching calls, etc.
Please allow me to share a couple of nuggets to help you protect your voice and to still be effective if you are affected due to life or illness…
1. Protect your voice. It is one of your greatest assets. Body and voice rest is crucial.
2. Cultivate and communicate with your email list. I know some of us have a “frienenemy” relationship with emailing our tribe. But this may be the only means of communicating at times.
3. Be consistent with social media.
4. Explore natural treatments. Chest rubs with lavender and eucalyptus oils. Zinc lozenges.
5. Develop other content (while well) that can be used if you’re out of play. Blogs, videos, courses, etc. Waiting til tomorrow is not promised.
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Adeea R. Rogers, known as The Trendy Socialite, believes her calling is to help empower others to develop and pursue their purpose. And as a result, she is known as “The Purpose Pusher.” Adeea seeks to equip others with the motivation and tools necessary to create and design the life they want. Adeea believes in creating the change you want to see through creating events, communities and movements. She created International Natural Hair Meetup Day (INHMD), giving women around the world the opportunity to guide each other in their natural hair journeys. In July 2015, she co-founded Black Biz Live, a community-based initiative where black owned businesses are featured on livestream platforms. Adeea’s perspective on living a purposeful life, personal branding tips, and content marketing ideas, cause her to be a sought-after event host, workshop facilitator, speaker and panelist. She also hosts a podcast, The Trendsetters Podcast. Adeea has a profound love for three things: Her Savior, Jesus Christ, Starbucks, and Statement Jewelry.