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  • 00:30

    Money Talk with LaKesha Womack

    in Culture

    It’s no secret that spending habits in the black community are like none other.  We are the most fashionable and materialistic people and it shows!! It shows in the lack of savings accounts, stocks and bonds and college funds amongst our people.   Here are a few statics for you:



    We make an estimated 156 shopping trips a year
    We spend more on hair care and beauty aids than we do on grocery
    We spend approximately $2 billion on athletic shoes
    We spend approximately $3.7 billion on alcohol
    We spend $600 million on fast food


    This is just the surface of our spending habits and the main reason our savings accounts are lacking.  Join my special guest LaKesha Womack and me as we discuss money management and tips on saving.  If we know better we will do better.   I have a few things to learn as well so let’s learn together with LaKesha!


    LaKesha Womack has over 15 years of training, human resource management, business development, political consulting, brand management and strategic planning experience.  Her previous position includes working as a Financial Advisor for Ameriprise Financial.  LaKesha is also a published author of six books including Building a Brand Without Spending a Bundle, an interactive guide to creating an identity for your personal or professional brand. 

  • 00:15

    Intro to Late Night with LaKesha

    in Lifestyle

    Listen in on the first episode of Late Night with LaKesha... hear my vision and let me know what you think of the shows...
     

  • 00:28

    Welcome to Season 3 of The LaKesha Womack Show

    in Lifestyle

    Listen in as I discuss...
    upcoming show guests and topics team iphone vs team blackberry iPad vs the Kindle making time for what's important travel plans for 2012 - let's meet up Want to comment?  Tweet me @LaKeshaWomack

  • 00:54

    My Money Matters with LaKesha Womack on UYW RAdio

    in Finance


    BlogTalk Host and Author of My Money Matters LaKesha Womack joins Heather Wagenhals and Jeremy Shane Murphy to talk about how to teach kids about money and why that is so important. This week's trivia is based on last week's Key, Break the Budget, plus Jeremy Shane's Moohlah Word of the Day, Minutes on your Money and more during Declare Your Financial Independence 2013.

     

    This Week's Key in the Keys to Riches Financial Wellness Series:

     

    No Seasonal Exceptions

     

    Tune in to learn how to manage money easier, in less time reducing money stress and choosing to create wealth and happiness with Heather’s proven strategies right here at http://UnlockYourWealthRadio.com

     

    LaKesha Womack is the Owner and Lead Consultant at Womack Consulting

    Group. WCG offers Business Development and Marketing Consulting

    Services to indivduals and small business owners. LaKesha has almost

    fifteen years of management, training and consulting experience in a

    variety of industries such as retail, financial services, technology,

    real estate, transportation and publishing.

  • 00:23

    Money Matters author LaKesha Womack

    in Moms and Family

    LaKesha Womack is a Business Consultant with over ten years of management, training and consulting experience in a variety of industries such as retail, financial services, technology, real estate, transportation and publishing.I host The LaKesha Womack Show at http://blogtalkradio.com/LaKeshaWomack LaKesha is a Professional Speaker specializing in helping people to have it all! I provide inspirational messages to help you achieve success in your personal, professional and spiritual life.LaKesha is a Writer. Not only do I contribute multiple posts to my blog site - http://LaKeshaWomack.com, I have published "My Money Matters", “Is SHE the ONE?”; "Success Secrets for the Young and Fabulous" and "Building a Brand without Spending a Bundle" with additional projects in progress.

  • 00:59

    Man Rise Up Radio w. Ed Womack

    in Self Help

    Be sure to join us tomorrow for Man Rise Up radio. We’ll be broadcasting live from the Reach4Peace Conference 4Non-Violence. 

  • 01:09

    Horny vs. Holy with Lakesha Womack and Dea Win

    in Romance

    These two dynamic women will discuss the line between holiness and horniness.  Can you embrace your religion and uphold your sexuality?  Sis LaKesha Womack is a lifelong member of and local preacher at Simpson Chapel AME Zion Church in Greenville AL. She also lists published author of six books, business blog, professional speaker and host of "The Lakesha Womack Show" under her list of many credits. Dea Winfrey is a blogger, branding specialist, grass roots activist, closet politician, writer, and ENTREPRENEUR. Dea is the Founder of Pretty Girls Rock Dresses®.
     

  • 00:53

    "Everything You Need" with Min LaKesha Richmond

    in Christianity

    Do you expect a spouse or a close friend to provide everything you need?  If the answer is yes, you should wonder who actually supplies all their needs.  Depending on someone else to do what our Father in heaven does is not exercising Total Faith in the one who provides.  Minister LaKesha Richmond will walk us through some key verses in scripture that will encourage us to maintain our Focus, our Faith and our Fellowship on THE ONE who supplies "Everything You Need". 

  • 01:01

    Your Time w. Paula G. and Bruce

    in Self Help

    Ed Womack, has come “Back from Broken.” and has risen from the streets of Detroit, to the man he is today, author, speaker, mentor to youth, and founder of T.I.P.S Academy (Training Important People to Soar). He is also the founder of Man Rise Up and he will tell us all about his many ventures.  Log on Wednesday 8:30pm EST to www.yourtimeradio.com or call 917-932-1078 to join the conversation

  • 00:27

    Serial Entrepreneur Author: Nichelle Womack

    in Entrepreneur

    Nichelle Womack loves engaging with others and bouncing off creative ideas. She's been a serial entrepreneur for over 20 years. Her passion is business and her love is people. 


    She enjoys reading, writing, eating fine cuisine, cooking gourmet food, shopping, traveling, spending time with family and attending her boys basketball games.  
     
    Nichelle is a small business, people development consultant that specializes in building people one obstacle at a time through staff development and training, career consulting, HR recruitment, business development and growth, marketing, social media consulting, management and event planning. 


    Nichelle's strengths are her abilities to engage, reinvent, motivate and reactivate you or your group into changing how you think and work in your current and future environment.
     
     Ms. Womack currently teaches collegiate level classes in business, entrepreneurship and psychology online, through webinar's and in the classroom. 


    http://www.nichellewomack.com

  • 01:13

    Reed Foehl, “Lost in the West” New Music!

    in Pop Culture

    Billy Conway, who played drums in my parents’ band, and the rock band Morphine, took me aside one night and asked me when I was going to start writing my own songs. I thought that was a pretty good question.” So Reed got to work, and in his late teens.After a move to Colorado, Reed’s clear tenor, emotional songwriting, and undeniable charisma as a front man launched Acoustic Junction in 1989, which developed a cult following in the jam- band era of the 90s. The band released six albums, a collaboration with Graham Nash, and was signed to Capricorn Records and later Mercury Records. Reed found a new kind of success in short trips once or twice a year to Los Angeles, New York and Nashville that earned him placements on the silver screen, television, and commercials. Heput what money he could from the royalties to make three solo records: Spark (2004), Stoned Beautiful (2007), and Once an Ocean (2009) Country legend Lee Ann Womack’s September 2014 release leads with his song “Fly.”Lost in the West is a soundtrack for the invisible cinema of the mind. It features seven songs combining Reed’s powerful lyrics and vocal performance set against wide-open landscapes painted with Stratocaster and Wurlitzer. A deeply talented and accomplished cast joins Reed as producers, performers, and co-writers on this record.  John also delivers a masterful performance on percussion, and Jefferson’s varied guitar work shines throughout the record. Anaïs Mitchel  sings on “Rags and Bones” and “Four Lanes.” Frazey Ford appears on “Caroline” and “Steal Away.” Reed co-wrote “Caroline” with Esmé Patterson, founding member of Paper Bird, and he teamed with Gregory Alan Isakov to write “Rodeo Clown.”The choices Reed has made earned him the respect of his industry peers on one hand, and his loved-ones on the other.