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the second part of my interview with Sarah Selecky of the Sarah Selecky Writing School. Sarah and I dive in by discussing the process of giving feedback in the writing school, which places a heavy emphasis on primarily giving positive feedback.


I had such a wonderful conversation with my guest today, Sarah Selecky. Sarah is the author of Radiant Shimmering Light, This Cake Is for the Party, and the founder of the Sarah Selecky Writing School, a creative community for thousands of writers around the world.


I am very excited to announce to my wonderful podcast listener family that it is launch week for the Artisan’s Advantage course. I have poured all of my love, skills, and resources into this course. 


Suzanne Glover is the author of Be a Video Influencer: Reinvent your life and Business as a Midlife Movie Star, as well as a video influencer coach, and speaker. She teaches the secrets of connecting and influencing through the camera for greater audience engagement. 


Dr. Shannon Joyce Prince shares her experience as a lawyer and community advocate for minority groups to provide you with tools to advocate for the changes you want and inducing systemic world transformation in the world at the level you are.


Sandy Vo is a Meditation Teacher and the Founder of Royal Glow Meditation Retreat.Her signature transformation program is called Prosperous: School of Self-realization, a 90-day integrative breakthrough experience for modern-day leaders.


Part 2 of my interview with Morgan Johnston. Morgan is a local artist in the Birmingham, Alabama area and she is also the co-owner of Club Duquette. Club Duquette is an experiential retail brand where they design and manufacture in house, as well as feature other interesting companies with unique items. Morgan is an amazing artist, and her artwork is currently being featured and sold on Serena and Lily.


I had the pleasure of interviewing my friend and artist, Morgan Jones Johnston. Morgan is a local artist in the Birmingham, Alabama, area and has been doing art and creating noteworthy pieces since childhood. She is from a long line of creatives and has been immersed in the fashion industry since birth.


Today I am interviewing two fabulous businesswomen, Ashley and Brittany Silfies, they are the co-owners and creators of Pink Picasso and Modern Monet.  They have been featured on Oprah’s Favorite Things and I am just thrilled to have been able to interview them. 


I was at an amazing retreat last week, and I thought what a great place to have another Cocktails and Convo session with Beth Hill, from Elizabeth Hill Photography, and Rachael Knaak, from Harp and Olive Photography.



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Meet Alisha


After an initial focus on literary arts, Alisha became enraptured by an author’s ability to spin words to life on paper, inspiring her to obtain a BA in English/ Art and MA in Secondary Education. With her own narrative still in development, Alisha focused on the art of storytelling - using both pen and paper and a camera and darkroom. Over the last decade, Alisha has used these mediums to capture stories most notably as an award winning photographer. 

Curator of beautiful stories, vintage clothing and french antiques. She and her husband Patrick have been married for seventeen years. They share three little ones, two cats and one dog in Mountain Brook, AL. 

“Here’s the thing: The book that will most change your life is the one you write.”

Alisha is currently writing her first book - a memoir reconciling the brokenness and beauty of a childhood dictated by intergenerational trauma.

- seth godin


In an industry where everything appears PERFECTLY polished, Alisha shares the raw struggles of owning a business and challenging complexities we often believe we shoulder alone. You won’t find simple marketing advice or how to grow an email list here, friend. You WILL find belonging, community, scrappy tips from those who’ve walked in your shoes and guests will proudly share their lessons. 

Imperfectly Polished is a safe place for the female entrepreneur to slide off the mask … sit a while and relish in the beauty of authenticity. Join us as we explore a world of topics, a few tears and a ton of laughs! 

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