Souls of Hip Hop

Daily Power Thoughts #17

February 17, 2021 Soulidarity LLC Season 3 Episode 17
Souls of Hip Hop
Daily Power Thoughts #17
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Souls of Hip Hop
Daily Power Thoughts #17
Feb 17, 2021 Season 3 Episode 17
Soulidarity LLC

Harnessing the power of thought is fundamental in designing your best life and nourishing your soul. In this season, we share quotes, takeaways from our guests and affirmations to energize your day. Let this season help to awaken your best you, uplift, inspire and bring daily joy. Knowledge is power. 

In episode 17, we talk about having a seat at the table.

Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/soulsofhiphop)

Show Notes Transcript

Harnessing the power of thought is fundamental in designing your best life and nourishing your soul. In this season, we share quotes, takeaways from our guests and affirmations to energize your day. Let this season help to awaken your best you, uplift, inspire and bring daily joy. Knowledge is power. 

In episode 17, we talk about having a seat at the table.

Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/soulsofhiphop)

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Welcome to Souls of Hip Hop: Daily power thoughts. Harnessing the power of thought is fundamental in designing your best life and nourishing your soul. In this season, we share quotes, takeaways from our guests and affirmations to energize your day. Let this season help to awaken your best you, uplift, inspire and bring daily joy. Knowledge is power. Today's power thought comes from the first black Congresswoman and black woman to launch a major party presidential campaign. Shirley Chisholm. In Congress, she used her background and knowledge to introduce more than 50 pieces of legislation focused on the needs of women, children, immigrants, those with low income and people of color. Here's the quote: if they don't give you a seat at the table, bring a folding chair. This is a gentle reminder that we can't wait for an invitation to claim a seat at the table. It is our responsibility to bring our own chairs, bodies, and persistent voices into the room, claim space and add value. Your seat is your identity and what you care about. The table is where decisions are made. How will you make your presence felt in such places? Our theme music was beatboxed by Denis the Menace and produced by Zede. A big shout out to the brothers from Switzerland. The background music was produced by Taki Brano. A big thank you to our broski from Providence. Our podcast basically runs on coffee. To keep our show running you can support us by buying a coffee through the link in our show notes. I am Candy. I'm DJ Razor Cut. And this is Souls of Hip Hop.