The {Shift}Her Podcast


Forgive Your Financial Past

Season 1, Ep. 12

From being a corporate America CPA to becoming a Financial Literacy Coach and Profit Strategist, mompreneur Jamie Trull has found her mission in educating women business owners and self-employed individuals on understanding their finances. In this episode, Gretchen chats with Jamie about how she found her passion, learned to lean into following the path that unfolded in front of her, and her belief in servant leadership. When the pandemic hit, Jamie became a popular expert for business owners and her Facebook group exploded from 5000 members to 30,000 in just a few months! She helps her community (and us) understand the limiting beliefs we have around money. We are thrilled to have her on the show!

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Financial Literacy for Women Business Owners Facebook Group

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Thursday, May 27, 2021

The Power of Doing What You Love

Season 1, Ep. 34
In today’s episode Kelly interviews a special guest, Crystal C. Mercer, who chose her own path by doing what makes her happy. Crystal is using her artistic abilities to honor the legacy of her late father, Civil Rights Attorney Christopher C. Mercer, Jr. by using different creative mediums as a tool for empowerment, education, and social justice. Crystal is a textile artist, actor, activist, poet, playwright, author, Founder and Creative Director of Columbus Creative Arts and Activism, as well as, the Lead Designer of Mercer Textile Mercantile. Her most recent publication is a textile masterpiece that is beautifully hand sewn and encourages black girls everywhere to appreciate their hair in its natural state, From Cotton to Silk: The Magic of Black Hair.Listen now to find out more about how her interactions with people on a daily basis, through art and different venues, has helped her learn better ways to express herself through activism and how she is planting the seeds and laying down the brick so the road is a little easier for future generations to live freely in a world of which sheonly dreams. “The most radical thing you can do is to just be yourself.” Special acknowledgement to Arshia Khan for helping Crystal step out of her comfort zone and reminding her to breathe:  http://www.arshiakhanblog.comYou can find Crystal on:Website: her book here:“Women who are struggling, grinding, taking care of your families or animals, I support you and hope that the love that’s pouring out of me will be reciprocated because we DO need each other to make it!”