Level Elite – Actions (Chapter 2)

On today’s episode, we take a look at how important it is to play close attention to the actions we make every day. It is vital not just to react to situations in life but also be proactive to those situations. In chapter 2 this will be dive into. And as the great American philosopher, Marshawn Lynch states, “be about that action boss!”

Level Elite – Mindset (Chapter 1)

In this episode, we get into chapter 1 of the audiobook Level Elite. Chapter 1 is all about mindset. In order to make the revolutionary change that we desired our lives one of the first things we need to do is shift our mindset. I take a stab at how and why it’s important to shift our mindset. If you enjoy chapter 1 be sure to come back for chapter 2 and share that podcast with someone you care about.

Be sure to go to www.jegnainstitute.com to access the audio and other quality content.

~Be Safe
~Be Constructive
~Be Elite

Level Elite Introduction

Level Elite is an audiobook designed to help those that need help the most. This is a Self-development audiobook that is crafted for people who are seeking complete change in their life. S.E.L.F. is an acronym that stands for Survival Education for Legacy & Future.

This is a united independent effort helping people get their mindsets, habits, and genius together to succeed in the face of hopelessness and adversity. The goal of this book is for everyone to gain enough insight from the concepts presented to unlock their Genius and become Elite.

Be sure to go to www.jegnainstitute.com to access the audio and other quality content.

~Be Safe
~Be Constructive
~Be Elite

The Najya Williams Interview

Born and raised in Washington, D.C., Najya Williams is an undergraduate at Harvard College in Cambridge, MA. She aims to pursue a career in Pediatric and Neonatal Medicine. A youth advocate and social activist, Najya has committed to participating in numerous poetry and spoken word driven events to shed light on issues present in her community that many consider taboo. She was recently recognized by The Harvard Foundation and The Black Men’s Forum for the work she has cultivated and continues to maintain within the Black community on Harvard’s campus. Najya looks ahead to continue making a difference in not only her community, but the nation as a whole, one word at a time.

Cotton, a short collection of poetry that addresses my experience as a young, Afro-Caribbean woman living in today’s society,

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Why You Suck at Social and Emotional Intelligence!

Today’s podcast, we discuss social and emotional intelligence and why it’s critical for your personal development. But you are not off the hook that easy. We also discuss why you suck at social and emotional intelligence! Don’t worry we all suck at it also and we all have the abilities improve. Be sure to share and subscribe to the podcast.

Addressing Trauma in the Community

This podcast features Brandon Jones (me) being interviewed on Minnesota Public Radio discussing trauma in the African-American community.

A Jegna is a person who is still growing, still a learner, still with potential, and whose life continues to have within it promise for and connection to the future. A Jegna is a person who deserves respect and honor and whose work it is to synthesize wisdom from life long experience and formulate this into a legacy for future generations. The word”Jegna”is a translation from the ancient kingdom of Abyssinian. In the African culture, Jegna is a title of distinction. Translated into English it means: hero, warrior, soldier, courage, strength and protection of our culture, land and people, and elder.

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Life in it’s Rawest Form with Qiana Hicks

Qiana Hicks is a mother, a college graduate, a career professional, and an author. I was born in Gary, Indiana, and raised in a single-parent home, for the most part. Her parents were drug and alcohol addicts, and her father spent most of his youth in prison. I grew up living with an older brother and a younger sister. 

Ms.Hicks’ MISSION IS TO HELP OTHERS WHO ARE DEALING WITH SIMILAR CIRCUMSTANCES. Coming from a single parent, disadvantaged household, she can relate to others who live in those conditions. She can also relate to growing up in an impoverished environment, where resources are scarce. All the while, she dreamed of one day having a better life. She became a mother at an early age, and most people had already counted me out as never becoming a contributing member of society. If her past experiences and how she applied them to making a better life for her son and her can inspire and motivate others, she believe her book can help you on your mission for helping others.