ASHA WILKERSON

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Welcome to TRANSCEND the Podcast

Build a Business and Leave a Legacy

On this podcast, we help you focus on what matters most so you can build a thriving business and leave a legacy.

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Actionable Insights from Industry Experts

Each week, the show explores key concepts for growing your business. You’ll hear from fellow entrepreneurs, thought leaders and industry experts. They share their insights on overcoming mindset blocks and strategies for growing your business in a thoughtful, sustainable way.

Hosted by Asha Wilkerson, Esq.

Asha Wilkerson, Esq. is an attorney by training, and an educator at heart and the host of  TRANSCEND the podcast. Asha Wilkerson takes great pride in working with and teaching BIPOC entrepreneurs about business formation, contract creation, and liability reduction. She is committed to helping entrepreneurs of color not only start businesses, but also stay in business for years to come. 

I wanna teach, I wanna travel the world, and I want to have enough money to be financially stable. And that was the lens I began to filter everything through.” – Asha Wilkerson, Esq. Episode Summary: In this episode, I share my thoughts about taking an intentional break from the

I don’t think there’s any amount that’s too small. It’s just about finding the right fit for what kind of investment you want to make.” – Asha Wilkerson, Esq. Episode Summary: Today’s episode is a high-level overview of four different ways to invest as an entrepreneur. We talk about direct

The present history of poverty, of gun violence, of drug addiction, of abuse, these negative things that get associated with Black people, are present-day conditions. That’s not our history.” – Asha Wilkerson, Esq. Episode Summary: Did you know that the projections for black and Latinx wealth in 2050 have already

I feel like African-American folks in the United States are like adopted children. We know that we’re not quite like white America or even folks who have immigrated recently from other countries, but we’re also not quite African, not 100% African.” – Asha Wilkerson, Esq. Episode Summary: [Trigger Warning: Episode

Everybody has multiple points of having to redirect where their footsteps were heading. The beauty of being single in entrepreneurship is that you can redirect as many times as you want without the added pressure of feeling like somebody is waiting on you to be successful.” – Asha Wilkerson, Esq.

You need to figure out what rest means in your business because you can’t keep going on an endless cycle.” – Asha Wilkerson, Esq. Episode Summary: There are seasons for everything, even business. Today we look at the evolution of business in four different seasons and what it looks like

Think about working instead of just with one client at one time to working with multiple clients at the same time, in a format that’s a little bit different from how you do your one-on-one.” – Asha Wilkerson, Esq. Episode Summary: Are you eager to scale up your service-based business

There are all these messages in the world telling us that we’re not good enough or that we’re not okay the way that we are. We absolutely have every right to unsubscribe from those beliefs and from those programs.” – Asha Wilkerson, Esq. Episode Summary: Have you ever had an

Be unapologetically [yourself]. When you do that in your business, it gives you so much more freedom and space to get the abundance that you actually want within your business.” – Vanessa Zamy Episode Summary: If you’ve reached a point in your entrepreneurial journey where you feel like your business

By having health insurance as one of your benefits, you are building a healthier workforce… And in doing so, you’re going to get more productivity out of your employees, less absenteeism, and actually carrying health insurance lowers your worker’s compensation costs, too.” Karen Ball Episode Summary: As you may know,