Tahiera Monique Brown on Using Darkness to Light and Inspire

Tahiera Monique Brown is living proof that your past does not define you. You are not who others say you are. You are more. You are special.

Brown is one of the most inspiring women you will ever meet. Her story reads like a thriller movie. Her first book, Annihilator of Innocence, describes the darkness of her past and how she has blossomed into a force for good. She helps others relearn how to live a quality life after facing tragic circumstances. Brown has also authored Hunger Pains In Our Heads, and is the president and CEO of Darkness to Light Films.

Here is an article written by Roy S. Johnson, which describes more of Tahiera’s backstory:






Audley Stephenson On How a Basketball Court Leads To Living a Bold Life


Audley Stephenson, aka The Audman, among his highlighted resume, spent five years of podcasting in the National Basketball Association with his show: The Breakdown with Dave and Audley. Today, he is the deputy commissioner of basketball operations for the National Basketball League of Canada. His podcast, The Audacious Living Podcast, features business, media, sports, and entertainment figures. He is a professional speaker and a fellow Canadian. 



Jim Barker On Life in Pro Football and Transitioning to Broadcasting

He’s won four Grey Cups and the only XFL championship. Jim Barker has had a storied football career as a coach and administrator. Joining the Canadian Football League in 1996, Barker became the youngest head coach in 1999 when he replaced the legendary Hall of Famer, Don Matthews in Toronto. Barker was the CFL Coach of the Year in 2010. Today, he is a CFL analyst for TSN.


Tonya Scholz on Bridging Technology and Community

Tonya Scholz is a true influencer. Founder of kNOw-AGING, Inc. and SocialChats, she also leads the Association of Women in Communication, South Florida. A technology junkie, Tonya is an early adopter of livestream. She also has an incredible story that has led her to where she is today.

She was eight years old when she was hastily loaded up with her family into a military plane, the last one to leave Vietnam at the end of America’s involvement in the war.

Her path took her to becoming a life extensionist. She used social media for good and became a technology geek, trying out platforms, and ultimately becoming an influencer, whose advice companies respect.





The Tweeting Goddess Samantha Kelly

Samantha Kelly is known as The Tweeting Goddess (@tweetinggoddess). Her story is documented in a TedX talk: How Twitter Transformed My Life in 140 Characters. She happened upon a business when a need presented itself and there wasn’t a product to access.

In her interview with Debbie Elicksen, she details how her life transformed and how she helps others provide value online to help their businesses.

Samantha Kelly

Thirteen years sober, Samantha Kelly shares how being human and helping others has transformed her life.


Twitter: @tweetinggoddess

TEDx: How Twitter Transformed My Life in 140 Characters https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K40PG…