Know Thyself | Clarity


On today’s episode we are going to talk about clarity, and how being clear about who you are, and what you want can direct you to a path of infinite possibilities. This episode will help you if your having a hard time trying to find your purpose in life. This episode will also help you define your goals, and the steps that you need in order to have a successful business and life and to take a weekly self-evaluation to bring clarity in your business and life. 



How to Handle Being Broke


At some point in time, we all hit rock bottom. This episode is to help with finances. It's how you can cope when being on the bottom. One thing to know is that if you can't handle $100 you can't handle a million dollars. Let's start saving our money so that we all can live ARich Life. In our finances, business, and in our minds, body and soul. For more information visit:

How to Become a Guru


The term “Guru” has been used in a way to describe a person who’s an expert in any field. In this episode, Alisha explains how to become a “guru” or an expert in your field. One of the main points is by doing research, knowing your niche audience, and finding your topic of expertise. For more information visit: 


Be Whole Within Your Business & Soul with Angel O. Livingston

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From co-workers to now business owners, Alisha and Angel talk about how your mind, body, and soul plays a major role in business. As the Soul Healing Coach and entrepreneur, Angel emphasizes the importance of self-care and living a holistic life. Although she wears many different hats throughout the course of her day, she still manages to be an author, wife, mom, entrepreneur, life coach and so much more. For more information about the podcast visit:

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4 Ways to Improve Your Business... That Has Nothing to do With Business


In this episode, Alisha and Matthew Richard talk about ways to improve your business that has nothing to do with business. As entrepreneurs or side hustlers, we all get caught up in marketing, special promotions, social media, and so much more. In this episode they go over the four main ways to improve in your business while keeping your health and fitness at the forefront. To see more information visit:

Working With Your Spouse with Matthew Richard

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As a husband and wife team, Matthew and Alisha Richard explains the nature of their business and how it is to work with your spouse. As a high school football coach, mentor, and teacher, Matthew explains the advantages and disadvantages of working with his wife Alisha. 

Together, they have photographed over 100 weddings and have worked with over 1,000 families and are giving insight on how they were able to grow their business as a couple. For more information visit: 


Jump! From the Bank to the Beauty Salon with Latoya Marie

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From the bank to the beauty salon, Latoya Marie talks about how she transitioned from working on her job of 12 years. Latoya talks about her struggles, accomplishments, and what it takes to become an entrepreneur. She emphasized the importance of networking, marketing, and confidence. Although social media is a great tool to use, she explained how traditional marketing still works! Listen and share this empowering episode about entrepreneurship and how you can do it too! Let live, #arichlife

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The Game of Business | Which Play to Play

Sports and a business mindset is parallel. When it comes to skills, plays, coaching, and teamwork, basketball and business have unique aspects. As a former athlete, and coaches wife, Alisha explains the importance of skill, strategy, and personal development as it correlates to basketball. She talks about the importance of winning in business and the importance of living ARich Life.

Write it Down | Make it Happen

How to Get What You Want | Write it Down 


We all have goals, desires, and things we want to achieve but the question is how do I get what I want, desire, and have always dreamed of? 

In this Podcast, I will provide you with examples on the journey to getting your hearts desires. Rather it’s in business, life, relationships, or your career. 

This episode is for the person who’s been struggling in their business or personal life and are looking for hope. Or simply for things to finally happen. 

It’s for the person who seems themselves in a better way but have seemed to not have manifested it yet. 

What I’m going to go over is how to tell the universe exactly what you want and how you can achieve it. 


7 Businesses to Start for Under $1,000.00

Have you ever found yourself wanting to do something new? I know, I know, your ambitious and you want to finally say, “I QUITTING MY JOB” but wait! Then the birds begin to chirp because you don’t even know what you want to do. 

A lot of us find ourselves there. If your anything like me you are determined, your a go getter, and you know you want your life to take another turn for the good, but the thing is specifying exactly what you want to do. 

This episode will be able to help you think outside the box. To help you find a way to make some extra cash. Some of the businesses I will name you may already be familiar with. Hopefully this episode brings confirmation to some of you who are listening. Some of the ideas I mention you may say….. HMMMMMMM I thought of that before. Well, listen up. Buckle up your seat belts and let’s get ready to RIDE! 

This is just a start to a new beginning and to a new business or side hustle while telling you the business you can start for less than $1,000.00


How to Save Cash to Start Your Small Business


This podcast is all about the simple things you can do from day to day to help you save your money to purchase the equipment you need or the courses you need so that you will have a strong start. 

The last thing I want you all to do is to say that your starting a business but don’t have enough of the funds for your startup. 

One of the first things you need to do is figure out what type of business you want to have. Will you start a photography business? A bakery business? Are you going to open a hair salon? T-shirt company? Or will you have an online business? I need you to first have a clear understanding of the type of business that you want to start. 

Once you have that in mind, the second thing I need you to do is research that business. I need you to use google, Pinterest, Yahoo, go to the library, any type of business you want to start, I need you to do your research so you can know the materials you will need. 

While doing your research calculate the startup cost, the equipment you will use, and the materials you will use on a day to day basis. 

Then you will create a month to month budget so you can begin to save your money to start the business you've always dreamed of. 




Meant to Be | 400 Trillion to One


Have you heard this before... Oversaturation, too many people doing the same thing. How can I get established? How can I stand out? 

In this episode, Alisha talks about the difference between businesses by using fast food restaurants as the main topic. Alisha describes the importance of standing out and identifying your niche market. 

She gives strategies on ways that you can grow your business along with so many other examples. To sign up for our monthly newsletter please visit: 

From Hurt to Hustle with Tabitha D. James

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From Hurt to Hustle Tabitha James of She Thought She Could Podcast explains how to is to be an author, entrepreneur, and caregiver. Tabitha not only shares her daily routine but she also talks about the main tools she uses to start her business. 

She's a small town girl with big dreams and is ready to help you grow your business. For more information about Tabitha visit: 

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Top Three Things to Know Before You Start Your Business


Alisha Richard has been an entrepreneur for 7 years. During that course of time she has learned a whole lot about her photography business and she gives her top three things on what to do before starting a small business. 

Alisha talks about managing your credit card expenses, having a mentor, and purchasing items for your business at a discounted value. She shares her journey about becoming an entrepreneur and how you don't have to make the same business mistakes as she did. 


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How to Create a Life Plan


Creating a life plan is essential for any successful business. Life plans not only create direction and intention but having a plan will help you to know what direction your business is going to take. 

Knowing your Passion, Finance goals, Relationships, Spirituality, Health, and Nutrition are so necessary on your entrepreneurial journey. 

In this episode, Alisha not only shares some insightful resources but she's been able to help you with business ideas.



Characteristics of an Entrepreneur


Are you a dreamer? Yes! You! Are you constantly thinking about ways to escape your current job to create your dream job? 

This episode talks all about the characteristics of an entrepreneur. Are you creative, controlling, and a lifelong learner? Well, this episode is just for you. 

Alisha shares her personal experience about being an entrepreneur and she also gives you tips in knowing if you have the characteristics of being a girl boss. 

Believe In Yourself


Have you ever wondered what words like self-assurance, self-confidence, and self-esteem have in common... it's Believing in yourself. 

In order to grow your business or anything in life. You have to believe in yourself. 

You have to believe that all things are possible. 

You have to be confident enough in yourself to know that you have every resource, ability, talent, and skill to create the life you've always wanted.

Thanks for listening to ARich Life Podcast, and I'll look forward to working with you soon. 

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One Thing at a Time | How to Overcome Multi-Tasking

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There's a quote that says "To do two things at once is to do neither." 

So! I know we all have it bad. While we work on our computers, we have more than one tab up. While we talk on the phone we may be texting, while we are are driving, we are probably doing our makeup, and while we are supposed to be doing a major task we get distracted by text, emails, or a notification. 

While reading the book The One Thing by Gary Keller  I've learned that on average we all have 4,000 thoughts running through our brains a day. So it's so easy for us to get distracted while attempting to do one MAJOR task within our business. 

This episode will tell you the TRUTH about multi-tasking and how you can be more productive in your business and save you more time. 

Thanks so much for listening, and please remember to like and subscribe to share our content! 


Choosing Your Word of the Year

Clarity, intention, and focus is what we all need. Choosing Your Word of the Year is essential for establishing growth in both your personal and professional life. Having a theme for the year gives entrepreneurs a sense of direction. In this episode Alisha talks all about the benefits of having a word of the year, and how her theme word transformed her life in more than one way.

Products and Pricing

Every entrepreneur needs to know how to set prices for the products or service they provide. And no, it isn’t easy setting price points. We are all bombarded with price tags, mark-ups, and competitive pricing. So in a world that’s saturated with creativepreneurs, Alisha talks about the importance of adding your own flavor to each product or service you provide.
Explaining competitive pricing, Mark-Ups, and confidence in your business; she’s able to give personal stories on how she almost lost her business.

She encourages each entrepreneur to review their fixed expenses and variable expenses and make the proper changes to grow their business.