From Detroit to DEI: Cultivating a Life of Abundance, Alignment & Authenticity with Amanda Miller LittlejohnGuilty Privilege

From Detroit to DEI: Cultivating a Life of Abundance, Alignment & Authenticity with Amanda Miller Littlejohn

Welcome to the Season 2 premiere of the Guilty Privilege podcast! In this episode, we shake things up as our guest Amanda Miller Littlejohn returns—this time, to interview host Amber Cabral.

Join in on this intimate conversation as we delve deep into Amber's journey, mindset, and approach to cultivating authentic relationships, attracting good people and energy, and creating a thriving life and business. You will also discover how Cabral Co. came to life and how Amber's upbringing in Detroit shaped her work in the DEI space. Learn about her principles, the interconnectedness of her personal and professional life, and her insights on stepping into abundance and achieving a clear vision for the future.

Get up close and personal with Amber Cabral in this intimate episode, exploring her journey, her approach to life and work, and how she creates and maintains her unique path in the world. Tune in to learn more!

KEY POINTS:

  • First Impressions: Meeting Amanda Miller Littlejohn and Amber Cabral
  • The importance of authenticity in relationships and cultivating connections
  • How to attract good people and good energy into your life
  • Stepping into the abundance mindset and bringing your vision to life
  • How to break free from the shackles of the money-making mentality
  • Navigating or resisting apathy, cynicism and burnout in the DEI space
  • Holding organizations accountable in their DEI progress and impact
  • How bring in Detroit shaped and grounded Amber in her DEI work

QUOTABLES:

“I need to walk through life with an open hand. I have to trust that what is removed from my possessions will be added back tenfold.” - Amber Cabral

“If I just make the decision, and I make the room and I do the labor to create it, I can have it. The hardest part is deciding what it is that I want to have.” - Amber Cabral

“You only keep it alive, if you keep talking about it.” Amber Cabral

GUEST INFORMATION:

Amanda Miller Littlejohn

IG | @iamamandamillerlittlejohn

LinkedIn | @amillerlittlejohn

Twitter | @amandamogul

Facebook | @AmandaMillerLittlejohn

Amber Cabral

IG | @bamcabral

LinkedIn | @ambercabral

Facebook | @amber.cabral

Twitter | @BamCabral

Grab a copy of Amber’s books at Amazon!

Allies and Advocates: Creating an Inclusive and Equitable Culture

Say More About That: ...And Other Ways to Speak Up, Push Back, and Advocate for Yourself and Others -

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Amber has a genuine ability to bring out the authentic aspects of topics that many of us must want to sit down and have a conversation about! Refreshing, compelling and yes, entertaining — can’t wait for each episode to drop and I even feel more equipped to expand on these topics in my own circle!

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