Proud, Paid & Powerful with Asa Leveaux

Proud, Paid & Powerful with Asa Leveaux

Proud, Paid & Powerful with Asa Leveaux

Asa Leveaux is a total beast at ensuring queer identified people transform their dreams into the dollars they deserve. Asa has been entrepreneurial since he was nine years old and has begun entrepreneurship on a larger scale since 2005. His entrepreneurial journey has not been easy, straight-forward or totally enjoyable. He knows how it is to sell $50,000 worth of items (and have people buy them) as well as the feeling of getting evicted from an apartment in his hometown in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Asa also knows what it is like to owe thousands in child support and the feeling he got when his son's passport got stamped because of his determination of being the first person to show him the world. In today’s episode, Asa talks to Monique about understanding what it means to witness people that don't recognize his value. However, through being crystal clear he now enjoys being saturated with people that don't just tolerate him but CELEBRATE him continuously! And guess what? HE’S STILL THE ANSWER TO YOUR PRAYERS!


[1:25] – Monique introduces her guest, Asa Leveaux.


[4:10] – How did you get to coming out and being your authentic self?

  • I didn’t think I was.


[16:44] – I do want to know what happened to your military love?

  • That was my first same sex relationship.
  • I have to admit, that was not healed from a lot of trauma, and other relationships that manifested this one.


[19:08] – What was the journey for you when you officially out yourself, to your family, to your friends? What did it look like?

  • The first person I call is my friend Rod.
  • He was my gay coach.
  • The next person was my mother.


[48:22] – Asa talks about LGBTQ plus community.


[52:26] – Asa explains about the master class.


[58:06] – What does efficiency mean to you?

  • Efficiency means you are valuing your time as though you are divine.


[58:32] – Which of the three things would you keep doing over and over again to get back to success?

  • I would have stopped talking to every single person who did not over-believe that I could do it.
  • I would have dreamt bigger because it takes the same level of energy to dream on a $5 level as it takes to do the $5,000 level.
  • I would have loved myself a lot harder.

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    Whatever comes, let it come, whatever stays let it stay, whatever it goes, let it go.

    Asa Leveaux

    Sometimes people change their minds. And even they change their minds about you, and that’s okay.

    Asa Leveaux

    If you want more money, you need to focus on more money and stop hanging around broke bitches.

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    Perfectionism, Personality & Pride with Falyn Satterfield

    Perfectionism, Personality & Pride with Falyn Satterfield

    Perfectionism, Personality & Pride with Falyn Satterfield

    Falyn Satterfield is a mystical Brand, Content, & Marketing strategist. Specifically, she works with highly ambitious, impact-driven, conscious service-based entrepreneurs to design an authentic, influential, and profitable brand position, marketing message, & content so that they can stand out online, enhance their divine impact, build conscious influence in their industry, and consistently + increasingly monetize their genius using Facebook and Instagram. In today’s episode Falyn and Monique are talking about how Falyn chose to become independent when she was 17. Later she dropped out of college and is now running her own business. The way she teaches marketing is based on a higher level of consciousness so you can attract your ideal clients.


    [1:50] – Monique introduces her guest, Falyn Satterfield.


    [1:59] – Please introduce yourself and tell us: who you are, what you do and where you are located?

    • My name is Falyn Satterfield.
    • I’m a brand content marketing and influencer strategist.
    • I run my own online business. I work with service-based conscious entrepreneurs to build a standout brand position in their industry. We also create content that is authentic, influential, and profitable.


    [2:55] –  What is this conscious marketing branding that you’re talking about? How does it work?

    • Conscious marketing is a term that I have really culminated in the online space and brought a lot of awareness to.


    [5:33] – How did you get to see that there’s something going wrong in the marketing industry?

    • It was kind of the same thing as being in the industry and then seeing all of this copy and pasted model of verbiage regurgitated value like no uniqueness whatsoever.


    [8:22] – Where did you grow up? And also: how was the whole experience of growing up for you and how did it influence you on how you do marketing right now?

    • I’m originally from Indianapolis, Indiana.
    • My parents were divorced before I even turned one year old.
    • I guess you could say my childhood was super unstable. I had a lot of issues with my parents.


    [30:33] – When did you come out to your mom and she started treating you badly?

    • It wasn’t that I even got the chance to come out. She had gone through my phone.
    • She found out on her own by invading my privacy.


    [42:45] – What do you think is the most empowering thing for you about having your business?

    • The most empowering thing about having my business is definitely the ability to be fully expressed. And to express my creative freedom.
    • I found that using my voice is actually really healing for me.


    [44:36] – What do you do about backlash coming in for real?

    • The people who are doing that are very unconscious to their own privilege.
    • Sharing awareness and speaking out, using your voice is important, but when it comes to the backlash, it’s literally not useful to respond and argue with them.


    [51:39] –  What does efficiency mean to you?

    • It means being able to do things quickly in the easiest and simplest way.


    [52:01] – Which three things would you keep doing, again and again, to get back to success?

    • Live streams 
    • Consistent content creation 
    • Energy and mindset work.


      I found that using my voice is actually really healing for me.

      Falyn Satterfield

      Sharing awareness, speaking out and using your voice is important.

      Falyn Satterfield

      Efficiency means being able to do things quickly and the easiest and simplest way.

      Falyn Satterfield


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