The Dr. Vibe Show™

STUFF are live online conversations hosted by Dr. Vibe (Canada) and Jazz Keyes (United States) about current events and culture from a black woman’s and black man’s POV.

Jazz Keyes is a clinical psychologist, certified life coach, author, and motivational speaker. Recognized for her work as a community activist, Keyes has spent the last 10 years of her career focusing on empowering the lives of others. With an intense focus on women, people of color, and children, Keyes has been honored as a Neighborhood Hero by ComEd for her involvement in numerous community-based initiatives.

As a psychologist and life coach, Keyes supplies clients with the necessary tools and techniques to awaken their divine energy, heal their open wounds and create an aura of love, compassionate and tranquility.

For the last two years, Jazz Keyes has managed to grow her brand as a dating and relationship writer for two major media platforms, JET Magazine and Black and Married with Kids. Her first book, If We Knew Better: Soul Cries of Women Past and Present, is available here.

Ms. Keyes is preparing to begin her PHD program Fall 2017. She will be studying to receive her Doctor of Philosophy in Marriage and Family Therapy with a specialization in Couples Therapy. Keyes has devoted a great deal of her time and energy on mastering the art of communication to create healthy, dynamic, long-lasting relationships and to help others do the same.

Jazz Keyes is an aspiring bestselling author. Focusing on spirituality, emotional empowerment, and love, Keyes hopes to one day deliver soul healing messages as a television personality and international inspirational speaker.

Dr. Vibe spoke with Askia Jones about Black Innovation.

During our conversation, Mr. Jones talked about:

– Some of his background including how did he get into the advertising/brand industry
– His love for disruption and how he applies it to advertising/branding
– “Adverting job is to have the company and consumer falling in love with each other.”
– His thoughts on the state of Black innovation
– Why he feels that many Blacks have become too comfortable and how it relates to the lack of economic control that Blacks have
– On how there is a difference between using your platform and owning your platform
– The importance of Blacks developing a ecosystem of ownership based on disruptive innovation and what is preventing Blacks from doing this
– The importance of bootstrapping for Black economic success
– If the economic challenges for Blacks still the same over the years
– Are Blacks being disruptive anywhere and why aren’t more Blacks being disruptive
– “The opposite of influence is innovation”
– The four essential ecosystems to create a community (banks, schools, markets, hospitals)
– “We are pushing people in the right direction but we are not leading them in the right direction”
– Where should Blacks become disruptive

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