Corporate or Entrepreneurship? How This Multifaceted Hustler Does Both with Shalaya Shipman Your Next Move

Corporate or Entrepreneurship? How This Multifaceted Hustler Does Both with Shalaya Shipman

Corporate or Entrepreneur? We’ve all asked ourselves this question at some point in our lives, but have we ever considered that it was possible to do both and to do them well?

In this episode, your host Kimberly speaks with Shalaya Shipman, a multi-faceted hustler who leads multicultural marketing efforts for Black and Latinx CEOs through Salesforce technology, while also running a successful real estate business.

Tune in as Shalaya shares her journey of becoming her family’s first college graduate with a Rhetoric degree, and eventually exploring the technological space after her traditional corporate life experience, all the while building a successful career in real estate. How did she do it all, and how did she not only adapt but thrive in these seemingly contrasting environments? Join in on the conversation and uncover Shalaya's insights on making such pivots, and how she structures her multifaceted career by leading with intention and purpose!

KEY POINTS:

How the art of persuasive speech helped Shalaya create her own unique roles
The importance of adaptability in your career and/or business
Biggest pivots & lessons learned from the recession and COVID-19 pandemic
Entrepreneurship vs intrapreneurship and how Shalaya did both
Why systems and accountability are vital for sustainable success
What is Shalaya’s next move?

QUOTABLES:

“Technology has been an incredible vehicle for us to just show up in a new version of ourselves a new version for companies, we also have a responsibility as people and as companies to do the right thing. We can do that while still ensuring that we're driving the business forward.” – Shalaya Shipman
“I teach my professionals that we really need to think two years at a time. What can I do? What is my two-year plan? What skill am I getting? What environment do I want to be in? What do I want my next move to look like?” – Kimberly Brown
“It really starts with loving the work that you're doing and having the accountability systems in place to help you be the most efficient with your time.” – Shalaya Shipman

GUEST INFORMATION:

Shalaya Shipman
Website | www.shalayashipman.com
IG | instagram.com/shayanee
LinkedIn | linkedin.com/in/shalaya

RESOURCES:
 
Have career and leadership development questions? Email Kimberly at podcast@manifestyourself.com

Learn more about Kimberly Brown and download a free career strategy template at kimberlybonline.com

Read the book “Next Move, Best Move: Transitioning Into a Career You’ll Love” at nextmovebestmovebook.com

Follow Kimberly on social media:

IG | @kimberlybonline - instagram.com/kimberlybonline
FB | facebook.com/kimberlybonline
Twitter | twitter.com/kimberlybonline
LinkedIn | linkedin.com/in/kimberlybonline

Your Next Move is edited by EPYC Media Network

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Reviews

Kimberly is a gem! Going to grab a copy of her book.

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Short and easily ingestible coaching and informational knowledge. Kimberly tells relatable stories and gives great career advice!

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This episode was like having a conversation with friends. Friends who have been in the trenches with you and understand corporate life.I am embarking on a new work from home morning routine and liked how Kimberly and Tara talked about having a plan but going with the flow. Some days I need coffee before mindfulness… it’s my routine I can do what feels right!Thanks ladies!

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Kim gives practical, USEFUL career advice. I look forward to new episodes every week.

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