Nashville Entrepreneur Life Strategist KG

Kendra Garcia is a born and raised Nashvillian.  After years of working in corporate America, she decided to take a leap out of the ‘shoebox’ to pursue her dream and natural talent of becoming a Life & Business Coach, Motivational Speaker, Author & Mentor.  She tackled an area where many women can relate: being a mom and an entrepreneur. How does she do it? How do other moms do it?  I know she has a natural knack for motivation because she pushes and supports me along my entrepreneurial journey, and I’m not even a client (yet…..hmmm)  Read on for more!

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I Took The Leap!

Well, before you can assume ANY further, I can confirm that I took the leap.  I jumped 30+ days ago and fell into a myriad of emotions.  After Trump won the Election 2016, I decided dreams can come true and to be even more fearless with my blog.  So I’ve been inspired to share this update in my life:

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Gentrification and Social Responsibility: An Interview with DJ Wootson

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For  my guest Developer DJ Wootson I’m doing something special and using a video clip to kick off the interview:

 

Video Credit  (Mariyo Deon)

DJ is building a new retail/commercial development on Historical Jefferson Street, “1821 Jefferson Street” which commercially will include Bongo Java, Smoothie King and on the residential side will offer one and two bedrooms apartments with all the luxurious finishings.  Now pre-leasing, check out more about 1821 at and its amenities at TitusYoungRealEstate.com

I interviewed him to learn more about his passion, and his journey.  Click below to read more.

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Weekend Recap – Chris Tucker, Tour De Nash, Capital District Street Fair, Meharry Graduation, and More!

This past weekend was one of the first weekend’s I’ve spent in Nashville in a long time and it was chock full of event and entertainment options.   My friends and I had plans to attend the Chris Tucker show Friday.  Saturday, the weather was forecast to be perfect and I wanted to do something “outdoorsy.”  I heard about the Germantown area hosting the Capital District Street Fair with music and vendors and decided I would peruse the vendors and partake of the food trucks to enjoy the Saturday day.  Because last Sunday was loads of Sunday Fun Day with the #Lemonade Day Party, I decided to be intentional about having a low key Sunday.   The Seafood Boil hosted by the Bunch Punch Lounge was my move for Sunday.

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