As a child Anya Taylor-Joy struggled with a sense of identity, but realized that being creative was the best way to express herself.
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“The beautiful thing about learning is nobody can take it away from you.” – B.B. King
Cathy Salit, author of Performance Breakthrough, explains how to use a powerful tool for engaging listeners.
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“With every mistake we must surely be learning.”
– George Harrison (The Beatles)
Jada Pinkett Smith has had an exciting few years. The multi-hyphenate star’s 2017 hit film Girls Trip broke records at the box office, 2018 saw the launch of her passion project, the Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk and in January, Hala, a female-led and directed coming-of-age film she executive produced garnered rave reviews at the Sundance Film Festival and was bought by Apple in the tech giant’s first purchase at this year’s festival.
Over the course of the 24 episodes that have been released thus far, Red Table Talk, which Pinkett Smith hosts with her daughter Willow Smith and mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris, has been dedicated to helping viewers have candid, meaningful conversations about topics including motherhood, mental health, addiction, and forgiveness.
The discussions between the three generations of women — and guests like Gabrielle Union, Ellen Pompeo and Will Smith — have resonated, with more than 275 million combined views, 4.6 million followers, and inspring spinoff groups like Memphis SistahFriends Red Table Talk in Memphis, TN, Red Table Talk RVA & Red Table Talk California.
We caught up with Pinkett Smith who shared her insights about how to pursue and execute the ideas that matter to you.
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“The more I read, the more I acquire, the more certain I am that I know nothing.” – Voltaire
Olympic runner Sanya Richards-Ross made a simple change in her mindset and found real results.
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