Who's in my circle?Your Next Move

Who's in my circle?


Today's episode is a little different as your host answers one of your questions - who is in Kimberly Brown’s circle?

Listen in as Kimberly shares the different types of relationships she has that helps her work, optimize efficiency, take care of her health, and get all the things done on a regular basis. From where she found her circle to how she builds trust, tune in as Kimberly encourages you to think about what you need in your life, career, and business to support the life you desire. Because ultimately, “Your circle is what you need in order to thrive!”


  • Who is in Kimberly’s professional circle?
  • Do you have a health and beauty team? Home and personal?
  • Why Kimberly is constantly looking to connect
  • How to build trust within your circle
  • The importance of aligned standards of excellence


“You need to spread your relationships out. No one person should be everything. So I've worked really hard to cultivate a close circle, an intimate circle, but there's enough people in it where I can spread around my needs when I have them.” - Kimberly Brown

“I realized that in order for me to be who I am, to do what I need to do, and to support myself, I can't do all of the things all the time.”- Kimberly Brown

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 Instapodcasts (visit at instapodcasts.com)

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I just listened to Episode 22, Being an Ambitious Woman with Tiffany Aliche and was so impressed. The time just flew by as I enjoyed the solid career advice Kimberly and Tiffany shared. Documenting your accomplishments was one of the ideas that I thought was especially good -- because if YOU don't know what you accomplished and what your big wins are, you cannot possibly expect others to remember. I look forward to tuning in again.

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Kimberly’s content is billed as being for women and people of color. As a white male, I feel that her content is universally applicable. As a person that benefited from privilege I appreciate having access to this point of view. I feel that being able to get an understanding of these topics from her perspective helps me better approach these topics with my employees.I hope she keeps producing new episodes and publishing books.

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So, so good! Kimberly just has IT!

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This is not a podcast you can listen to while cruising or running errands. Kimberly drops so many FREE gems in each episode, you’ll regret not having something to jot them down. If you’ve been feeling complacent in your career or lacking in vision, her tools are guaranteed to reignite purpose and acceleration to your drive. Your Next Move is the empowerment and advising I didn’t know I needed until now. I can’t wait until the book comes out. Thank you, Kimberly!!lol

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