In 2018, she set a goal to read 12 books and came up with the #InMyReadingChallenge to encourage YMPs to read a book in August. Keke also shares Top 5 tips to make your reading experience more valuable!
Meet Jasamine Hill, a 28 year young visionary hailing from the big city of Mauldin, SC! She is indeed the second coming of Oprah for millennials!
"God! May you prepare my heart now for what you have for me next" is the mantra that has led Jasamine to this fearless season of her life. Jasamine's story begins with a long background in sports! After graduating with her Master's in Sports Administration, she landed her first career working for a major sports team! Long story short, she hates her job and gets fired. Completely humbled, she realized that she only pursued sports because that's what everyone else expected her to do. During her time of unemployment and silence from the world's noise, she learned what the love of God was for herself and with His instruction she started her first blog, The Fear Hurdler!
The Fear Hurdler blog grew from just a lifestyle blog to a platform that inspires Millennials to live FEARLESS and how to navigate life’s obstacles in order to live out your WILDEST FULFILLING DREAMS! In close to two years, she has not only kept the blog alive with amazing content, but she has expanded to life coaching services, an online store full of fearless gear and an amazing podcast titled The Perfectly Imperfect Grind Podcast. As she continues to be bold and go after everything she wants out of life, she continues to build her brand and looks forward to becoming a published author by the end of this year!
Jasamine's story is so inspiring because she doesn't hold back her truth! She opens up and talks about celibacy, how she lied and said she quit her job, how reading transformed her life and what she has learned about life through living fearless! You don't want to miss this episode to catch all of the great vibes that Jasamine provides!
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Reading is fundamental and as children we all had one favorite book we’ll never forget! In 2017, the black community has experienced too many deaths of young brown boys and it’s time for us as people to begin talking to our youth about how the world views them. Daphnie Glenn said enough is enough,put her pen to paper and wrote a book titled Brown Boy while beginning a movement to for everyone to #StarttheConversation. Listen to Daphnie talk about the journey towards writing this book, how YMPs can get involved with our youth and all the great things she has in store to continue to empower our youth in informing them about how they can be great in this world!
Head on over to www.brownboybook.com to grab a copy for your child or even as a gift for a child you know! Contact Daphnie Glenn at email@example.com to schedule your school appearances and workshops! Continue the movement and join the #StarttheConversation wave by purchasing a shirt, bag or even a coffee mug from thw website! Lastly, follow @brownboybook on IG and Facebook and Daphnie on IG as @miss_glenn.
Black History Month is upon us and this episode will remind you of when your blackness was awakened! Keke sits down to chat with one of the most intelligent “brothas” she knows Gibran Whitted, to talk about everything from the HBCU experience, community economics, advice he would give each member of the black family, black love and so much more! Before it ends, he drops a top 5 fundamental reading list for melanated people and in the “60 Seconds of Blackness”, confirms the importance of rice with collard greens! A MUST LISTEN!