EP. 43. Entrepreneurship & Mental Health

This week’s episode I speak my guest Dr. JaNaè Taylor. JaNaè and I talk about all things entrepreneurial from being an entrepreneur of color, mental health, how to set boundaries and promote self-care, we talk about being the BOSS, comparison, and the importance of social media.

Minding My BLACK Business is a movement and podcast dedicated to the mental health of Black Entrepreneurs, led by Dr. JaNaè Taylor. The goal is to engage, inform, and support other Black Entrepreneurs as they manage the business of work!

JaNaè is an Alabama native and a macaroni and cheese and brunch expert. She is also fluent in sarcasm, lover of neo-soul and big laughs with good people. Most importantly, JaNaè is a daughter, big sister, best friend, godmother, HBCU grad, and trying to make a dollar out of 15 cents.

JaNaè is a licensed psychotherapist in Virginia Beach, VA, where she owns and operates, Taylor Counseling and Consulting Services. JaNaè works with Black men and women who are struggling with harmful self-evaluations. Therapy with JaNaè helps them create a more empowered and focused sense of self that is more aligned with their beliefs and values. JaNaè also provides consultations to Black Entrepreneurs, in every stage of the game, who are working to balance their mental health, Black identity, and successful businesses.

Consultations with JaNaè result in clearer expectations and greater understanding of how to manage self while executing their business identity.

Takeaways from this episode:

We work better together.
Search out black businesses on your community and support them.
Check-In on your Mental Health and do preventive care.

Where you can find Dr. JaNaè Taylor:

Web: www.mindingmyblackbusiness.com

Facebook: @mindingmyblackbusiness
Instagram: @mindingmyblackbusiness
Twitter: @mindingmyblackbiz

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