Africa Miranda is a dynamic artist whose journey has resulted in a wealth of hard-won wisdom, inspiring clarity, and joyful peace. Her approach to lifestyle design, branding, and career made her an excellent guest. We covered a wide range of topics in this winding chat. Reinvention and evolution are major themes.
A dynamic speaker, host and spokesmodel, with distinctive style and quick wit, Africa Miranda won the hearts of many across the US, and around the globe, as the breakout star of Bravo TV’s “The New Atlanta.” After appearing on The New Atlanta, Africa was named the first ever Brand Ambassador for international hair care company, Creme of Nature.
Africa’s unique personal style, sparkling personality, and glorious, attention-grabbing mane, have made her an in-demand beauty expert and event host, including features on Arise TV, and WomensWearDaily.com, during New York Fashion Week. Whether she is representing major brands, or sharing her take on hair trends and celebrity style, Africa brings her brand of accessible glamour to any setting. An in demand digital and lifestyle influencer, she stays connected with her fans via her Periscope channel also known as “Africa TV” and her official website, africamiranda.com. Africa is a rising star in the tech and live streaming world, recently being nominated for a Shorty Award for “Periscoper of the Year.” She served as host of the inaugural Periscope Summit, as a keynote speaker at Summit Live, and is a regular podcast guest and panelist for various entertainment and tech platforms, marrying her knowledge of pop culture with her considerable tech savvy. She uses her platform to encourage and assist fellow creatives to grow into thriving multi-media brands with the motto, “Step Up, Step Out, and SHINE!”
-Africa’s approach to making big decisions (you’ll love her framework)
-Africa’s secrets for creating enviable brand identity
-The beauty secrets that yield glowing skin and slaytastic hair
-How Africa actively designs a life she loves (with advice you can actually use)
-Africa’s reflections on life after reality TV
-Africa’s leap from Alabama to New York City and why the move was so important
-and much more!
STUFF MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston
The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz