Episodes

Jan. 21, 2021

Thoughts. Feelings. Behaviors. with Jessica Reed LPC-MHSP, NCC, Ed.S BC-TMH S 02 E 02

Thoughts. Feelings. Behaviors. The mental health crisis for 2020 was something out of a horror movie. 2020 was a year of uncertainty, fear, and a year of uncharted waters for many people. The middle class was now wondering how they were going to feed their children, if they were going to have a job, immune health, family, friends, love ones and so much more. A pandemic and racial brutality reared its ugly head and exposed America in a debilitating way. The exposure sent heat maps of mental bre…

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Jan. 19, 2021

Voice Memos, Journaling and more.. 2021 Start! S 02 Ep 01

New Year, New Beginnings as we discuss 2020 recap, what's new for Subject Thread Podcast, the power of manifestation, the power of voice memos, journaling, and more. Stream new episodes weekly on Spotify, Deezer, Audible, Amazon, Google Podcast, Podchaser, TuneIn, Player FM, Listen Notes, and www.subjectthreadpodcast.com

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Dec. 30, 2020

LIVE. LOVE. SERVE. With Pastor Michael A. Walrond Jr. EP 032

Ko·ex·ist As we are preparing for a new year it’s always a time to reflect, it’s always a time to improve, and it’s always a time to do better that is normally everyone's sentiment universally. This year in particular has been a measure of growth and loss for so many people. Universal languages that many of us can relate to is Love no matter race, religion, or walk of life. To open the dialogue to a deeper understanding of spirituality, individuals of faith, and the deeper understanding of univ…

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Dec. 21, 2020

A Peace Of Soul Vegan Kitchen With Folami Geter in Columbia, SC EP 031

A Peace Of Soul Vegan Kitchen EP 031 When we think about soul food origin we think about the southern states and soul food deriving during slavery in the Deep South: South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia, are traditional taught navigation skips are ancestorial plant-based roots and not by fault by, traditional landscapes that were passed down to many of us. Plant-based food cuisine historically can be found throughout the Caribbean, Africa, and Latin countries which …

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Dec. 15, 2020

Venture Capital with Jim Stallings founder of PS27 Ventures EP 030

Closing the gap in venture capital was a nonfactor for a very long time in the industry of VC for several minority groups. It is no secret that minority women businesses are underfunded and for this reason, it is always a privilege to highlight those that are changing this narrative. The man who created a massive forum for entrepreneurs to reach the breakthrough that they needed in order for their business to flourish, Is none other than Jim Stallings he is changing lives for the better every s…

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Dec. 9, 2020

Logistics and Supply Chain with Hope White of HD White Logistics EP 029

Technology and innovation will carry the logistics and supply chain industries for years to come. If there is anything that we have learned in 2020 is that we need things shipped to us in lighting speed times. When we think about logistics at a glance we usually don’t think about a woman minority-owned logistics company out of the south until Hope White CEO of H.D. White Logistics, LLC arrived. With two locations in Georgia and a headquarters in the Atlanta metro area. H.D. White Logistics is a…

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Dec. 4, 2020

Portraits. Fashion. Tattoos. in Los Angeles With Kevin Laroy (@kevin.laroy) Ep 028

Fashion. Tattoos and Style exude Kevin Laroy . With his, God-speed impeccable eyesight, and attention to detail his gift for portraits is undying, I don’t see him slowing up any time soon. Kevin is an amazing creature, a gentle soul which is not often showcased to appease his public persona his artistic and gentle side was captured in the exclusive with Subject Thread Podcast . Dubbed the portrait king, Kevin has been a tattoo artist for 15 years and is renowned all around the world for his sea…

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Dec. 1, 2020

Gallery. Barber. Curator with The Marcus Harvey EP 027

A maestro with clippers, Marcus Harvey is giving unparalleled fades to many A-list Hollywood celebrities and creating art with clippers while at it. The 30 something Atlanta based barber has a celebrity client list which includes Chris Webber, Nas, and Grant Hill to name a few. It is not just through barbering that Marcus makes big money. He also does consulting for brands such as Bevel and Squire and has also ventured into television work. He is popularly known for being part of the trio in ‘G…

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Nov. 24, 2020

Climate, Human & Animal Activism in Atlanta with Christopher “Soul” Eubanks EP 026

This year alone, Americans have taken the approach of a plant-based lifestyle. According to Beet African Americans are the fastest-growing group to go vegan. Naturally sparking a conversation between Subject Thread Podcast and Christopher Soul Eubanks out of Atlanta, GA once working in finance now a full-time well-known activist and leader within Atlanta’s vegan community, In the areas of Climate control, Human rights, and Animal Activism. Soul Eubanks also has a creative resume which includes…

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Nov. 19, 2020

Digital Space, Science and The Importance Of Wearing A Mask EP 025

With everything moving into a digital space it's time to have that conversation with yourself if you don't have any web presence especially if you are trying to move a brand or product. In today's business scope it will be severely hard to sustain growth and a scale-up without a website, social media presence, and a great marketing rollout. Major corporations have begun eliminating positions based on the pandemic forcing them to look at scalebacks and budget cuts within the next 5 years. So man…

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Nov. 17, 2020

Pushing Through Adversity With Entrepreneur and Philanthropist Ron Faison EP 024

The adversity of life has always been a thing it seems when we put things in perspective. Some of us appreciate the culture on a large scale the art culture and gravitate to the talents that the most high has allotted to each of us no matter the circumstances and that’s what Mr. Faison affectionately known as Ron Faison has managed to achieve for decades now and simultaneously while going through some of the most difficult times of his life. Ron started out playing the keyboard at a young age w…

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Nov. 12, 2020

Treat Day Trading Like A Business Ep 023

If you are going to get into any kind of entrepreneurial craft, it is super important that you treat it like a business. In this episode, we dive into the world of day trading and the reasons why it is essential to treat trading like a business. Example of day traders schedule: Prayer and meditation 1. Sunday chart time 7 pm -8 pm 2. Trading plan 3. Trading days designated Tuesday- Thursday 4. Set price alerts on trading view 5. Profit and loss statement 6. Journalling trading session Stream ne…

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Nov. 9, 2020

Sublime Doughnuts With Founder Kamal Grant EP 022

When we think of Donuts from a traditional standpoint we think of Dunkin’ Donuts or Krispy Kreme. Most of us can't wrap our heads around the concept of a gourmet styled donut similar to how Starbucks arrived the concept of coffee in a gourmet style setting available to all was pretty much unheard of, With innovation and ideas sometimes those things change and bring us things that the masses can appreciate and enjoy, a gourmet styled donut in a way that's not hard to grasp and dives into the con…

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Nov. 2, 2020

Put You First Episode 21 With Co-host @NailahLovell Of @SubjectThread

We drastically forget to take time for ourselves and in true fashion, the world often faults us for putting ourselves first as an act of selfishness, Co-host @nailahlovell steps into why that should be debunked and her own personal history on how allowing things that are harmful can potentially harm you. During this episode, the co-host speaks about faith and how it was restored. This episode tackles why it is essential to put yourself first above all and the importance of surrounding yourself …

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Oct. 29, 2020

Tattoo Culture and Old Atlanta with Tattoo Pioneer Miya Bailey EP 020

Tattoo Culture and Old Atlanta with Tattoo Pioneer @MiyaBailey Co-Founder of City of Ink which now has three locations across Georgia alongside which was originally founded in 2006 with Tuki Carter and Corey Davis , Miya Bailey is known to be one of the most skilled and renowned tattoo artists in the world and one of the first people to specialize in color tattoos on people of color. But it doesn’t stop there; Miya has spread his wings across all things art. Miya has been focused and encouraged…

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Oct. 26, 2020

Acting, Veganism and Mac & Yease With Ayinde Full Episode 019

Born in Tacoma, Washington, Ayindé Howell has been a lifelong vegan and an avid yoga practicer from a very young age. He built his business around his lifestyle and became an entrepreneur, vegan chef, and founder of ieatgrass . He has over 20 years of experience and training in being a restaurant chef. Ayindé’s breakthrough as a chef happened in Seattle as a co-owner of a vegan sandwich shop, which became quite well received amongst tourists and locals both especially during lunchtime. Ayindé’s…

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Oct. 22, 2020

The Importance Of Your Vote 2020 * Full Bonus Episode*

The importance of the vote is something that in the past millennials and generation Xers have often taken lightly hence the 2016 Presidential election about 19% of those between the ages of 18-35 actually voted. This year is definitely a different sentiment. With racial issues, economic issues, and the pandemic which is also a major issue, Those who normally wouldn't have voted in the past are definitely changing to that notion. This is the most important election of our lifetime. This electi…

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Oct. 21, 2020

Life After College Sports With Dr. ChiChi (@ask_drchi) Full Episode 018

Life After College Sports Change sometimes is inevitable and that is something that a former college athlete who decided to make a shift towards medicine, Dr. Chinyere Okpaleke affectionately known as "Dr.ChiChi" knows firsthand. She is now an MD and an entrepreneur in the State of Florida. , with her tireless efforts to provide maximum medical health to all, is creating ripples in the medical world. She believes in helping and empathizing with people and hence goes the extra mile to assist and…

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