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Are you looking for some Real Talk to navigate work and life? Come, take a few moments to laugh, think, get inspired, and breathe. At Radiance Real Talk, you are in a safe place to tackle tough topics. Listen to any 15-minute topic or dive into riveting guest interview segments. We look at many viewpoints to shift your thinking, find ways to adapt, understand what equity really is, so you can create ways where you are seen, heard, and valued. I'm Carole Burton, get into life champion and hos ...
 
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Welcome back to the Area Code neighborhood: Feel For the Game. Nick and Noah return with a series of (mainly basketball) conversations about nostalgic moments in NBA history, current issues plaguing the league, how coping and mental health play a role in sports, and more. Tune-in as they unprofessionally, but sincerely explore why sports are bigger…
 
Portia: "Just hearing her (Jasmine) words - 'We're going to carry it together.' That just means a lot to me because I have felt very alone in dealing with all of this lately. And I felt like I'm fighting a battle that nobody understands or even cares about. And also to have a supervisor who says we’re going to prioritize my health and not my work; …
 
Jasmine: "You have these Christian people who are living in captivity and enslavement who, against all odds, love the Lord and want to serve him. But they aren't able to, to their fullest, because of their enslavement. All of a sudden, there's this citizenship. There's this opportunity, for the first time, to read God's word, to assemble in churche…
 
Welcome the newest resident to the Area Code neighborhood:Wildwood Flower: Stories of Women who Built Country Music. Season 1 premiering on June 4th! Available on all platforms. To find out more about the podcast, listen to the introductory episode here. Subscribe and follow on Instagram at wildwoodflowerpod to stay updated on new episodes and spec…
 
Jen: "The Lord continued to cultivate my ministry through opportunities to serve the local church, and also through other women that got put in my life to pour into me as I was growing. It's like, each one teach one, you know? What the Lord does in you is not just for you to become spiritually fat." Portia: "I recently heard someone talk about how …
 
Jasmine: "We're talking about God's preservation of a persecuted church here in America, and his preservation of a persecuted people here in America, for His glory." Abena: "And one thing I'd love to point out is the absolute miracle that that is. Besides the suffering and all of that, we are talking about a people who were given a false gospel. Li…
 
Portia: "Rest is not a byproduct of the fall. God had to remind me that rest was instituted, and modeled by God, before the fall of man. 'Oh, we have to rest now because we get tired.' No - God showed us how to rest before anything was ever even broken." Jasmine: "That is tweetable. He showed us how to rest before anything was broke. Amen."…
 
Jasmine: God's way is hard. The Gospel is already offensive. He's already asked for everything from us. Okay? You ain't gotta paint a picture. Your dishes, your diapers, all the sacrifices that you're doing on a daily basis is a tiny picture of what God is asking from you. He asks for so much more than what our careers, than what our motherhood, th…
 
RRT - Ep. 27 White People: Why Embrace the Next Step? As leaders and followers, We are ALL impacted and are walking through this together daily at work and home. When supporting BIPOC colleagues and friends, ask yourself: Are you committed to staying when it's uncomfortable? Are you open to expanding your resiliency muscle to walk this path? Are yo…
 
Portia: And so what would happen if we saw other people, other believers, as family? Like people who still have my love - and I'm not saying passivity, you know what I'm saying? Love still corrects. We still corrected her and told her "No, you don't put poop in Mom's bed." Jasmine: But I bet you didn't end there. I bet you weren't just like "You do…
 
Jasmine: I'm not here to give shame, I'm not here to make you feel bad—I'm honestly just here to tell you about God's faithfulness to a certain people group that I belong to, whose stories have been lost for so long. Portia: For us, it is about glorifying God and sharing his faithfulness to us and to people who have come from the same space and exp…
 
Check out another show on the Area Code Network, No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party: We can't stop talking about the enneagram, so we started a podcast to get it all out of our system. No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party is a safe space for ennegram and pop culture fanatics. Each week, pop culture expert, Richard Clark, and enneagram expert, Bethany Perki…
 
*SPOILER ALERT* 6:20 - 9:15 Jasmine: So listen, we're not saying that Christians are to be too heavenly minded for anything earthly. What we're saying is that the Republican party's vision for fixing the problems of this world and the Democratic party's vision for fixing the problem in this world—they ain't radical enough. --- Instagram: @portiawco…
 
DEP Episode 5: Activate: Now is the time What is the difference between being vs. doing? How you can put your Daily Equity Practice into action? How do you create a Daily Equity Practice? We answer this question from a different perspective. We cover uncomfortable topics in this series on how you are aware and deal with Racial Equity. In this episo…
 
DEP Episode 2 Opting-In: Choice or Commitment? Opting-In is part of the why we need to think about creating a Daily Equity Practice. We touch on scarcity, vulnerability, and more when it comes to opting in. The idea of Opt-In. What does this mean, and why should we? Let's step back to understand better the concept of a scarcity mindset that impacts…
 
DEP Episode Episode 4 Adaptability: Align Your Purpose What goes into adapting to your specific circumstances, and how Adaptability can help you to evolve? Let's talk about ability. How to be adaptable, what are the ways of knowing as an Adaptable Leader to engage adapting into a Daily Equity Practice? Why is it important to be open to change and f…
 
DEP Episode 3 Accountability: Honor your Why What goes into how accountability for anyone works or doesn't, and why it is important to look at your own accountability? Think about this. "I believe I'm going to be accountable for doing my work; I'm going to be accountable for moving through when shame and grief show up in this work. I'm going to be …
 
DEP Episode 1 What's a Daily Equity Practice? The Daily Equity Practice series is the next level of self-awareness post-2020. We discuss the hard parts of Racial Equity and figure out a way to create a daily Equity Practice in life and the workplace. We invite you to join in. Do you keep asking yourself, "What do I do now?" More than likely, you ha…
 
Jasmine: "I think both of us are in a place right now where I'm really happy with my little ministry niche that I have got. I am really happy with the way that it's growing. I'm really happy with the scope of it, and I'm really happy with what it is. And one thing that I think we're both very committed to is not compromising. So neither of us wants…
 
Portia: I just really believe that this is Satan's way of distracting us from what is most important. Most Christians would agree that there are gross problems with Critical Race Theory. Jasmine: And with the entirety of the thought process. I'm sure they are pointing out some issues that are real issues, but because their answers aren't from the S…
 
Check out another show on the Area Code Network, Attached to the Invisible: Exploring the intersection of the science of attachment and theology, we’re asking why we feel disconnected from God, and how to cultivate security and safety. Find our more here: https://www.propheticimaginationstation.com/attached…
 
Portia: I think that that's the thing about any affliction, like your pain is your pain, you know, whatever it is. Like we're not in the business of comparing struggles. Jasmine: Well, we shouldn't be. I am, but we shouldn't be. Portia: I get it though, because I've done that with fibromyalgia saying, well, at least it's not cancer, or at least it'…
 
Jasmine: We are all about not curating what it means to be a working mom. We already have to curate what it means to be a black woman for you. We're not about to curate motherhood too, sorry. Portia: We want to get as close to what it is as we can, and so this is an element where we feel comfortable sharing. And this is the hard part that I'm strug…
 
Jasmine and Portia are taking a week off. To hold you over, we're offering you the audio from an Instagram Live between Portia and Krispin Mayfield, the host of another Area Code Podcast, Attached the the Invisible. In his podcast, Krispin and his Co-host, Amy Simmons explore the intersection of the science of attachment and theology, and ask why w…
 
Portia: I have some obligations that I did not think were going to be as huge of a time commitment and they are, and I got to tough it out. Jasmine: But that should be easy for you because you’re a strong black woman, right? We can do anything. Portia: That’s what they say...that’s what they say, girl.…
 
Jasmine: Do you ever pray imprecatory prayers against your husband? Portia: Actually, no. I've been very very upset, but I have always prayed, "Lord, change his heart. Lord, I need you to work on his heart. If he's wrong, don't let him sleep, Lord. ---- You Might Need Marriage Counseling - Especially If You Think You Don't: https://www.thegospelcoa…
 
Portia: So to be fully transparent, when I hear a lot of these terms that are thrown around today, like "Woke," and "Marxist", I'll be like, "I don't think that's right," but then I'll be thinking they got some other kind of definition that I ain't got. And I'm like, okay, maybe I didn't learn everything I was supposed to in Political Theory 101. I…
 
Jasmine: Like how morbid is this getting? Portia: I mean, it's gotten pretty bad, to the point where I feel like I'm relatively concerned as a believer. I don't have a lot of expectations when it comes to the world. But when it comes to believers, it's like, "Oh, fam, like, what are you doing?" ---------- Praying the Bible by Donald S. Whitney: htt…
 
Jasmine: I was ranting and raving to Phillip. There were some expletives that I wanted to use that I did not want to be recorded. I was getting so heated and so emotional. And then I was like, you know what? I'll just Face Time Portia. Portia: We had already kinda mildly chatted about it the day of the verdict and, I was like, "I don't know, if I'm…
 
Portia: So, yeah, I'm running for our public school board. Your girl threw her name in the hat. And everybody's been like, what led to this? First of all, I have a degree in political science, so I don't think it's like, super far-fetched. But secondly, I'm really invested in our community, and also I'm thinking about my daughters, you know? What f…
 
ITTA Episode 5 Be Connected In this episode of the It's Time to Adapt series, Carole Burton of Radiance Resources and podcast host of Radiance Real Talk talks with Tracy Y. Washington of the Relationship Leadership Philosophy about how we behave in the workplace, home, and community. We know that when stress at work increases, we take that tension …
 
ITTA Episode 4 Be Uncomfortable In this episode of the It's Time to Adapt series, Tracy Y. Washington and Radiance Real Talk host Carole Burton, associates in Professional Development, talks about how people change when they choose to opt-in and sit in uncomfortable when they find themselves in an awkward situation. We invite leaders to be comforta…
 
ITTA Episode 3 Be Aware In this episode of the It's Time to Adapt series, Radiance Real Talk host, Carole Burton, and Tracy Y. Washington take a deep dive into the impact and imprint of Emotional Intelligence. We check in with our Internal Temperature and take a look through the lens of how you are aware of understanding how you feel in challenging…
 
ITTA Episode 2 Be Vulnerable In this episode of the It's Time to Adapt series, Tracy Y. Washington from the Relationship Leadership Philosophy and Radiance Real Talk host, Carole Burton of Radiance Resources, explores the power of vulnerability. We're inviting you to consider what it means when we, as leaders, choose to be vulnerable to be present …
 
ITTA Episode 1 The Foundation Welcome to the It's Time to Adapt series. Your host, Carole Burton invites fellow Leadership Professional Development colleague, Tracy Y. Washington, to discuss how we can adapt in the workplace and life. Carole and Tracy noticed how people are trying to figure out ways to respond to all developments surrounding us. We…
 
Podcast Host and Natural Awakenings Twin Cities magazine publisher Candi Broeffle invited Carole Burton to Green Tea Conversations. We discussed how to include equity in your daily practice. You will learn about what equity is and where Carole works to expand the definition, so we gain a better sense of how equity sparks care, trust, support, and g…
 
The Area Code Network launches today! Area Code is a collective of creators who have gathered to create the most genuine, sincere work possible, uninhibited by red tape or competing agendas, and Sweet Tea is just one of many podcasts that are a part of it. Check out www.areacodenetwork.com for more information and to sign up for our newsletter.…
 
Equity Series Ep. 15 What does Equity mean from a Symbolic or Cultural Mindset in Your Organization? People and communities are the vision of what is next. When we value our culture, we create a collective thought that becomes our vehicle to thrive. Listen to this. Join host, Carole Burton, on her final stop of the Equity Series discussing the topi…
 
Equity Series Ep. 14 What does Equity mean from a Political Mindset in Your Organization? Do you have conflict in your organization? What are you seeking to understand? Listen to this. Join host, Carole Burton, as she continues discussing the topic of Political Mindset in the fourth of her five-part Equity Series. The political framework or perspec…
 
Equity Series Ep. 13 What does Equity mean from a Human Resource Mindset? What are peoples' needs as an organization? You need people to run the company effectively. Got 15 minutes to learn how focusing on your people through the lens of Equity can maximize human capital? Join host, Carole Burton, as she continues discussing the topic of Equity in …
 
Equity Series Ep. 12 What is Equity and Why is Equity Important? How do I infuse Equity into my workplace? Where do I start? Got 15 minutes to learn how to begin the Equity journey for your organization? Join host, Carole Burton, as she continues discussing the topic of Equity in the second of her four-part series on Equity. Carole continues to unp…
 
Equity Series Ep. 11 What is Equity and Why is Equity Important? Equity works from a company culture perspective. Got 15 minutes to discover what impact equity could have if everyone had a voice at the table? Join host, Carole Burton, as she delivers the first of a four-part series on Equity. Carole reminisces on one of her first lessons on equity …
 
In 15 minutes find your spark by jumpstarting your creativity in leadership by design. Join host, Carole Burton, as she unpacks how when designing purposefully it moves the lens from I to WE. Are you designing your life? A close friend of Carole shared, “If you are not creating and affecting your environment your environment creates and affects you…
 
Finding yourself needing a goal revival? Join host, Carole Burton, as she shows you how to use SMART goals to hit all the notes for a successful project, goal, initiative. Carole challenges you to use SMART Goals to understand KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) in work and in life. SMART Goals are used to break down objectives into specific, measura…
 
Are you experiencing challenges that leave you with lemons? Join host, Carole Burton, as she unpacks a recipe for success when resolving issues. Carole during this episode encourages you to utilize the CAR model - Challenge, Action, and Results - to shift your paradigm to think of issues in terms of “Challenging Opportunities.” She implores you to …
 
Radiance Real Talk ep. 07 podcast. Join host, Carole Burton, as she deconstructs the concept of trust and its relationship to leadership. Carole positions the following questions to consider – Who can I trust? How do I know I can trust someone? What are the indicators that tell me I can trust? Carole offers a unique scope on trust through the lens …
 
Radiance Real Talk ep. 06 podcast. Join host, Carole Burton, as she digs deeper into answering questions on self-care. She explores - Is self-care really another way to collaborate well with others? How do I find joy in self-care? What is the impact that I make when I am taking care of myself? Carole shares how taking care of yourself is critical o…
 
Radiance Real Talk ep. 05 podcast. Join host, Carole Burton, as she offers effective approaches to work through conflict by using active communication strategies. She will challenge you to think about conflict by asking the following questions - Why is conflict so hard? How did I get into this situation? Is there a better way I can resolve conflict…
 
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