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DearSis

By: Myrtha Jasmin

Princeton, NJ, USA

DearSis, is an invitation for conversation.

Episodes

  • Ascentify Consulting Firm

    This week, MJ sits with the founder of Ascentify Consulting Firm, which is a New Jersey based company that prides itself ... More on helping business owners reach their desired success levels. They don’t just provide the services. They ensure individuals and business owners understand why they need services specific to their business and the long-term benefits at stake. They assist in putting them in a place where they can ascend to greatness. You don't want to miss this episode! Less

  • Virtual Fitness League

    This week, MJ interviews Ronnie Allen founder of Virtual Fitness League. Ronnie is an enthusiastic physical fitness prof ... Moreessional from Brooklyn, New York. In addition to more than 10 years of personal fitness regimen training, Allen boasts an impressive 24-year martial arts background that includes Jeet Kune Do and Ninjitsu seminars with martial art greats Sifu Dan Insanto and Grand Master Ronald Duncan respectively, as well as expert instructor in Israeli Krav Maga under David Khan (IKMA). Currently a Blue Belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu under Dan Covel. Trained in T.U.F Level 1 under Heru Neket. Ronnie also performed as a stunt extra in the Batman film “The Dark Knight Rises”, is an avid boxing and MMA fan, and a lover of sports in general.

    Ronnie launched B.E. Fitness in 2010 with the goal of providing all-encompassing health, wellness and fitness services, in one place, for any and everybody. Known to friends and family as simply, “Ronnie”, he successfully supports his clients in achieving their physical fitness goals with the perfect blend of encouragement, humor, discipline and a results-focused approach. Less

  • Are the customers always right?

    MJ wishes the listeners a Happy New Year as she rips a NY Times article a new one about customers wanting to speak to a ... Moremanager. Less

  • Holiday Message - DON'T LITTER!!!!!!

    MJ has a holiday message for you this week.

  • The Water Episode with BONUS TRACK!

    Because our bodies lose water through breathing, sweating, and digestion, it's crucial to rehydrate and replace water by ... More drinking fluids and eating foods that contain water. MJ brings forth further importance of water in her unique way. This episode has a BONUS TRACK, so stay tuned! Less

  • Got the Shot or Not?

    MJ attacks the thinking behind getting that extra shot of the COVID 19 "vaccine".

  • Listener Love

    A listener writes in to share their feelings on the "doll" episode with MJ.

  • The Thanksgiving Episode

    MJ wished you a happy Thanksgiving in true MJ style!

  • The Return of the Dining Room

    MJ talks about the dining room making a return into society as well as sheds some light on dating!

  • Such a Doll!

    MJ weighs in on the scary doll craze that's sweeping the nation! Dolls have traditionally been the playthings of childre ... Moren for thousands of years, dating back as far as the 21st century BD. In recent years, these innocent kids' toys seem to have undergone a sinister shift in public perception. While young children are still happy to play with dolls, many adults now describe dolls as being strange, unsettling, and even scary. Over the last few years the number of cursed or demon-possessed dolls in the news has been on the rise and more than ever, people are now selling haunted dolls online! Less

  • Trajectory

    MJ and the DearSis podcast reach a milestone causing the trajectory of her show to rise into new levels. She also can't ... Morereally pronounce trajectory. Less

  • The Will Foskey Interview

    Wrapping up Male Month, MJ sits with NPC Podcast Network President, Will Foskey. Will shares insight of being president ... Moreof a podcast network as well as being a business owner, why you should start accepting promotions on your job and the importance of having passion in what you put your hands to. Don't miss the bonus feature at the end of this episode!! Less

  • At Home with Your Valuable Home

    Winding down Male month, MJ sits with the male duo from Your Valuable Home podcast hosts Kevin Kennedy and Ron Melk. The ... More guys try and help MJ navigate the sea of questions, choices, and potential challenges of shopping for a new home and becoming a, gulp, first-time homeowner. Less

  • In a heartbeat with KDD

    Celebrating the Month of Male (It's raining Men), this week MJ sits with KDD to discuss life, love, and the pursuit of h ... Moreappiness, know what I mean? Less

  • An Interview with Kathy Iandoli

    This week, MJ sits with legendary author Kathy Iandoli. Kathy is an American author and journalist. Her books consist of ... More:
    Commissary Kitchen: My Infamous Prison Cookbook (with Albert "Prodigy" Johnson)
    God Save the Queens: The Essential History of Women in Hip-Hop
    Baby Girl: Better Known as Aaliyah
    The Queen Bee (with Lil' Kim)
    She has written for Vibe, The Source, XXL, The Village Voice, Rolling Stone, Billboard, Pitchfork, Playboy, Cosmopolitan, Maxim, The Guardian, Vice, and many other publications. She has held editorial positions at top Hip Hop/urban entertainment websites which include AllHipHop.com, HipHopDX.com and BET.com. Kathy is an alumna-in-residence of Music Business at New York University and has appeared across the media, on radio and in television and panels discussing Hip Hop and gender. Less

  • True Crime with Award-Winning, Investigative Journalist Robert Riggs

    This week, MJ chats with Peabody Award-winning investigative reporter, Robert Riggs! Robert is also the co-host and crea ... Moretor of the True Crime Reporter™ Podcast, and the SWAT Brothers Podcast.

    He has received three coveted Alfred I. duPont Columbia University Journalism Awards for Investigative Reporting. The Peabody and duPont are respectively considered the broadcast TV equivalent of the Oscar and the Pulitzer.

    Texas A&M University named Robert an Outstanding Alumnus from the College of Architecture in recognition of his journalistic accomplishments. It is a distinction received by fewer than 1% of the College’s graduates. Less

  • Stop Procrastinating and Meet Kelly Unleashed!

    MJ unpacks the topic of procrastination. It's the action of unnecessarily and voluntarily delaying or postponing somethi ... Moreng despite knowing that there will be negative consequences for doing so. She also interviews Kelly from the Kelly Unleashed podcast. Kelly is a single mother who has survived the unimaginable. Listen in! Less

  • The Lawnmower Man

    Ok, so MJ had an experience last week and shares it on the air with Frank, her producer. We want you to leave a message/ ... Morereview on Dearsis.NewPodCity.com or on the DearSis Apple Podcast listing with your POV. Listen to the episode in full and then reach out to us with your feelings on what YOU would have done in MJ's position. We look forward to reading your answers on the air! Less

  • Back to School

    MJ is overjoyed that the kids are going back to school but not that excited about a recent altercation with a cup of tea ... More. Less

  • An Interview with Neema Ali

    MJ sits with Neema Ali herself this week! Neema Ali is a Washington, DC native. However, she grew up in the North Caroli ... Morena triad area where she got her start as a hair stylist in high school. She embraced a passion for makeup artistry when she began doing makeup for friends, family, and co-workers as a hobby. Fast forward, and Neema has been working as a professional makeup artist for over sixteen years and a hair stylist for over twenty-four.

    Notably her professional makeup career grew while working as a freelancer for Mac Cosmetics, Smashbox, and Nars and ended with a thriving permanent position as Operations Manager for Mac Cosmetics where she led a $3 million dollar store to consecutive double-digit sales growth.

    From there, she became a sought-after makeup artist, not only in her hometown Washington, DC, but also in Atlanta, New York, and Los Angeles. Along the way, she was represented by elite agencies Hollywood Faces and Make Up Drama (Los Angeles) and New York’s boutique Teknique Agency.

    Neema’s early passion has made her a force in the industry in print, on the runway, on television, and in films. However, her greatest joy is in sharing the knowledge that she has acquired in nearly three decades of building her brand. From all of it, she has coined the phrase, “Grow Through It”, encapsulating the importance of every step in the creative journey. This is the spirit of the Creative Artists Unite Network (CAUN), of which she is the founder.

    As Neema is setting her sights on the accomplishment of even bigger goals for herself, she is also bringing other artists together in the Creative Artists Unite Network. Sharing her expertise and opportunities is nothing new. CAUN is an extension of who she is. Creative Artists Unite Network (CAUN) exists to cultivate and share profitable relationships with training, collaboration, and opportunities among non-union professionals. Less