Archive | August 2018

DOZ Show Episode 43 – Elder Nicole S. Mason Esq

The guest in this episode of DOZ Show is none other than Elder Nicole S. Mason Esq. She is a business woman, an attorney, a speaker, an author and a coach. Her business journey began in her grandmother’s dry-cleaning business where she served faithfully as the unofficial Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer. But a longing to help the less fortunate gain access to justice caused her to leave the business and attend college and law school. She applied nine times to law school and was rejected nine times but she is not one to quit and was accepted the tenth time. At this stage she was pregnant and people doubted that she would make it through law school but she did. Listen to Nicole share her inspiring journey of pursuing her dreams, walking confidently in her purpose, and teaching other women to do same. It’s time to be inspired.

DOZ Show Episode 42 – Jessica Mosley

Jessica Mosley shares her inspiring story in this episode of DOZ Show. When she walked away from an abusive relationship years ago, she was seven months pregnant and her son was seven years old son. She left everything behind, a good job, a roof over her head, and all she had was the clothes on her back. In that state she moved into a shelter for battered women. She was traumatised, heartbroken and without hope, but not for long as she soon became an investment banker quickly working her way up to Vice President of the bank. Currently, she is founder / owner of MizCEO Society for Coaches and CEO of J. Mosley Publishing. She is an author, a certified life coach and board member of the Forbes Coaches Council. She is also a PR professional and has put her clients on the Steve Harvey Show, Oprah Winfrey Network, Aspire TV, Huffington Post, Black Enterprise, Forbes, and Essence. She believes that her valley experiences have helped her to be more compassionate towards women and she constantly seeks ways to help women win. Listen and be inspired.

DOZ Show Episode 41 – Grace Nelson and Charlotte Barrett

The dynamic duo, Grace Nelson and Charlotte Barrett, are the amazing guests in this episode of DOZ Show. Several years ago, they decided to go into business together and founded 1 Less Stress Connect (1LSC), an international community that nurtures, inspires and empowers those who are looking to make the jump from part-time to full-time entrepreneur and those who want to turn their passion into profits and build lasting businesses. If this sounds like you then listen and be inspired, as Grace and Charlotte share their journey of going from the 9 to 5 world to the business world, and showing others to do same. And they have an amazing gift for everyone listening and excited to jump on a power call with them; bit.ly/FREE15MINCALL

DOZ Show Episode 40 – Jodie Dennie

Jodie Dennie is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a teacher by profession and founder of The Mind Matters, Saint Vincent and Grenadines, a non-Profit campaign, which she started in 2016 to create awareness about mental health. On the 26th of June 2018, Her Majesty The Queen presented Jodie Dennie with a Queen’s Young Leaders Award at a special ceremony at Buckingham Palace, London, in honour of the work she is doing to transform lives in her country, St Vincent and Grenadines (SVG). Jodie inspires us with the amazing work that she is doing and the recognition she has received from the Queen. Listen and be inspired to pursue your dreams.

DOZ Show Episode 39 – Sarah Wonders

Sarah Wonders is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a UK based gospel singer/songwriter and praise and worship leader. She recently released ‘Champion’s Anthem’ a song that encourages Christians and reminds them that they can do anything because they’re filled with the Holy Ghost. Sarah seeks to awaken Christians spiritually by singing about the truth of God’s word, the love of Jesus and who we are in Christ. She also aims to inspire with her music. In this episode, Sarah talks about the fulfilment she derives from embracing her purpose and she shares how her song, “Champion’s Anthem” has inspired many. She sings us a stanza and chorus of the song in the course of the interview but what is even more delightful is that we get to hear the actual song at the end of the interview. If you’re on the verge of quitting, you want to listen to that song. This is your interview. Be inspired as you listen.