February 1st begins Black History Month and Ro Nwosu and I jump right in to what that means for Black business owners. We talk about performative vs. genuine lifting up of Black voices and business. Ro shares her experience and insight on being a Black women in business, expectations, the importance of respecting people’s time and energy, and what good partnerships look like (hint–they don’t just partner up for one month a year). We dive into cultural messaging and how it is spread…and how the simple question of, “How can I help?” can make a huge difference. How you speak to people matters. And really—soooooooo much more. Ro is so generous and we could have talked for days.


Ro’s website: www.wildroga.com
Ro on IG: www.instagram.com/wildroga
Ro on FB: www.facebook.com/wildroga
Another amazing podcast conversation with Ro: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7xKAH9s7K8avSaYb8Rzrng?si=7f6d51ed7cd24eee https://deezer.page.link/JFgn5oy8w5kaFC5A9.
Ro on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VejStnb9Rt4

Elijah on IG: https://www.instagram.com/elijahshannonselby/

I’m here to provide you a different look into wellness.


Wild Roga is fun. It’s silly. It’s imperfect. It’s where you show up in your body, however it feels today.  It’s thematic practices to hype you up and chill you out. It’s stepping into your power. It’s where you find a practice that resonates and a community to grow, with Ro by your side every step of the way.

To Connect with My GUEST – Ro Nwosu