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We live in a microwave society that is often riddled with depression and piety. The only way we can beat the negativity within this world is through unity and agape love. The unbiased truth, purpose, power and counterculture narratives will always be the center of each conversation. It’s time to listen to understand instead of just listening to respond. Let’s reclaim our crown and be the positive change our world needs to see. We are ROYALTY. Listen in! Support this podcast: https://anchor.f ...
 
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Have you noticed within the past few years that the innocence of kids has been targeted? The mass media has not been undercover in terms of their plans to indoctrinate kids in the way that is most profitable. Depending on your morals and principals you can either agree or disagree with how kids have been treated over the past few years or so. Regar…
 
Some men wake up and run towards their first task of the day, other men wake up and walk towards their daily tasks. However, as leaders and communicators we need to make sure that we practice daily self evaluation. Do we know why we are walking or running? Do we know what we are running or walking towards? Is the foundation of our life fortified on…
 
In society today exercise is paramount and I am not just talking about physical exercise. As a people we must strengthen ourselves mentally, physically, spiritually and emotionally on a daily basis. My special guest Dr. Stefan Zavalin details his experience as a "Movement Mentor", TEDx Speaker and so much more. Tune into hear how being labeled as "…
 
W.E.B. Du Bois was an influential African American rights activist, author, speaker, sociologist, educator and the first African American to receive a Ph.D from Harvard University. He was a true bulldozer for change throughout the early 20th century. He co-founded the NAACP and spear headed a school of thought that challenged the way whites viewed …
 
Mrs. Shirley Chisholm was someone worth voting for! I could not tell If her Democratic nomination speech was about 1972 or 2022. Could you? She was and still is the definition of change and voice for the American dream. We salute you Mrs. Chisholm and thank you for you service to your people but most importantly your service to ALL people. May we a…
 
Education is the key to a better future. Everyone does not have to go to college in order to be successful. However in order to be successful you must have skills that can help you become the best version of yourself. Listen in for a great conversation dedicated to success! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcas…
 
My brothers!! There is life or and death is in every word we speak. Therefore, speak as if your words are seeds to be sown for a future harvest. I know it is easy to get caught up in the daily grind but, I believe it is imperative that we set aside some time each and everyday to be grateful for all that we’ve been given. What defines the true CHARA…
 
Yvette interviews the first woman and first African American to be elected, in 2019, as the Register of Wills in Philadelphia County. This office has been in existence since the 1600, and with over a quarter of a million votes, Tracey L. Gordon took the office by storm. She has instituted initiatives that impact the generational wealth of the citiz…
 
Todays episode is a real treat! Triple threat (Actress/Singer/Dancer) Allie Devonshire joins The Royalty Connection Podcast to talk about her passions and how she strives to be a light in the entertainment industry. Allie is making waves in her career and she is excited to see wherever the good lord takes her. Tune in and tell a friend as we contin…
 
Yvette shares her encounter with the legendary Sidney Poitier after reading his book, The Measure of a Man: A Spiritual Autobiography. Though Sidney Poitier passed on January 6, 2022 at the age of 94, his extraordinary life, humanity, wisdom and kindness has and will continue to make a difference in the world and for those he inspired.…
 
Happy New Year! We are starting 2022 off with a bang! Today we have Author, Veteran and Entrepreneur Christopher Myles Wilson joining the show to discuss his new book "My Testimony in the Case Against Jesus Christ." After reading just a few pages I felt that his story was captivating, compelling and worthy of a movie script. Throughout the show you…
 
As we prepare to close out this year I challenge you to not only be the positive change you want to see for others, but for yourself as well. We may be going into a new year but it should still be the same you, just better execution in all the things that you do. Happy Holidays and Happy New Year! May you reap the harvest you so richly deserve! Tun…
 
Knowing your ancestry is a way to understand your legacy. Author, educator and researcher, Dr. Marion T. Lane reflects on her genealogy journey with Yvette. Dr. Lane's father, 101 at the time of this podcast, often told his daughter that her ancestors served with distinction in the Civil and Revolutionary Wars. However, it became real for her when …
 
Yvette talks with fellow Morgan State University alumnus Donald M. Schuler Jr. Donald is an award-winning screenwriter, voiceover artist, actor, acting coach, singer-songwriter and motivational speaker. As a two-time TEDx Talk speaker, he has traveled the country on speaking tours inspiring and empowering people. He shares with Yvette his energetic…
 
In this episode my friend Avery and I discuss our film “The Meet Up” releasing December 20th. The film examines the good and the bad of the United States justice system and how it effects minorities. Most importantly this film shows how law enforcement can still stand on the principles this country was founded upon which was “Freedom and Justice fo…
 
Yvette begins the 4th season of What's Your Legacy and the 17th Client Appreciation recognition with several new episodes. In this episode, Yvette talks with State Senator Steve Santarsiero. Senator Santarsiero represents the 10th District covering much of Bucks County with a population of over 259,000. Senator Santarsiero talks with Yvette about h…
 
It is safe to say that music is a mainstay in culture. When it comes to making music professionally its critical to be honest about your intentions. Are you making music for profit? Or are you making music for the people? Listen in to my conversation with my good friend Producer/Singer-Songwriter Jase Beats as we discuss the "do's and don'ts" surro…
 
Yvette talks again with Robyn Scott Johnson on the release of her book Joyful Living: A Story of Faith and Family. The book chronicles the medical challenges of Robyn's daughters – one life-altering and the other life-threatening. Yvette's first conversation with Robyn was in 2019. She speaks now with Robyn and her daughters, Janai and Jayla Johnso…
 
The entertainment industry is a tough field to work in, it is filled with stereotypes and a lack of diversity. However, change is on the way as well as equal opportunities across all media platforms! There are a lot of ups, downs, highs and lows but I believe that this industry is a vehicle that creates culture. During my conversation with Actor Ma…
 
My wife and I always receive questions based around relationships and how to communicate effectively. Therefore, it is only right that we team up for the 1st installment of the Millennial Mindset segment via The Royalty Connection Podcast. Communication is the foundation of any strong relationship. Lets strengthen our relationships together! Listen…
 
Yvette speaks with fellow estate planning attorney, Maureen Anderson, whose practice is exclusively dedicated to elder law. Maureen's practice has a focus on long-term care planning, Medicare and Medicaid and other important similar issues. Maureen has extensive experience working on behalf of clients with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias to…
 
Yvette chats with author Becky Diamond, the author of The Thousand Dollar Dinner. This book tells the unique story of a 19th-century "Top Chef"-style competition between Philadelphia restaurateur James Parkinson and the Delmonico family of New York. She is also the author of Mrs. Goodfellow: The Story of America's First Cooking School.…
 
These past two years have been beyond difficult for the classes of 2020 & 2021. One day college campuses were busy and vibrant and the next day all dorms, library's, athletic facilities, common rooms and everything else that makes the college experience was shut down. Join my special guest from the University of Central Florida Class of 2021 Tyler …
 
Yvette's conversation with Kathleen Welsh Beveridge explores the important work of nonprofits. Kathy is a founder and President of the Bucks County Women’s Advocacy Coalition and the President of her own company, Spark Nonprofit Consulting, which helps small and middle sized nonprofits with fundraising, board development and strategic planning. Enj…
 
I believe social media was created to innocently virtually connect friends and family members. However, once the like, love, cry, angry and pick me options arrived on the various social platforms innocence was no longer "marketable or progressive." Now people can't go a day without opening a social media app and checking to see if they have comment…
 
In American society today we are currently living and working through multiple pandemics. Mass media tends to push a certain narrative but my goal is to push the whole narrative. We are living in a health, racial, prejudicial, socioeconomic, and discriminatory riddled pandemic in our society today and world at large. The only way to continue to wor…
 
Respect and honor should never be for sale or misunderstood. Its time to clear the air and choose a stance. Are you on the side of freedom for all or are you on the side of freedom for all when it is convenient for you? There is unity in community and it all starts with a conversation. Let's listen to understand, empathize and create long lasting P…
 
Yvette talks with civil rights activist, cable TV entrepreneur and lifelong Quaker Norval Reese about his legacy. From marching with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., meeting the Dalai Lama, running for political office, and successfully pioneering cable TV in Poland, Norval Reece’s life has been an amazing journey. His humble beginnings exemplifies that…
 
Jewelry designer Diana Vincent is one of Bucks County’s best-known artists and business owners. The niece of American fashion designer James Galanos, Diana owns and operates Diana Vincent Inc. with one location in Bucks County and a second nearby in New Jersey. Diana describes her jewelry designs as “simple, fluid and sensual” and has been exhibite…
 
A native of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Francine Lida Stone now divides her time between Pennsylvania and Oxfordshire, England. Francine is the granddaughter of the founder of the David Library of the American Revolution, Sol Feinstone, and the daughter of the Library’s first president and director, Ezra Stone. She serves as vice president of the b…
 
What going on beautiful people all around the world welcome to the Royalty Connection Podcast where the unbiased truth, purpose, power and agape love are the center of every conversation. I’m your host Donald M. Schuler Jr and Im blessed to have you here with me. Stay tuned for new episodes every Thursday at 6am EST --- This episode is sponsored by…
 
Bucks County Judge Clyde W. Waite is a senior county court judge, and the first and only African American judge in the county. Before he was elected to this countywide post in 2003, Waite served as a lawyer and a real estate broker. In this conversation with Yvette, Judge Waite discusses his childhood in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, his unusual route …
 
Dr. Samir Akruk is known for his thriving medical practice in Pennsylvania, but his personal journey may be more unique than his patients realize. His journey has taken him from Beirut to Athens, Georgia to Juárez in pursuit of education and opportunities. In this episode, Dr. Akruk shares his story and explores the book he's writing for his family…
 
Yvette has an enlightening conversation with the ordained licensed interfaith minister, Reverend Dr. Sheila Gay Gross, fondly known as Sheila. Sheila is also a psychotherapist, counselor, wedding officiant and practitioner and teacher of meditation. She shares her transformational journey to help others overcome barriers to knowing their true self …
 
After a 30-year career as an interior designer, Joan Portman founded the Healing Environments program in 2008 at St. Mary Medical Center in Pennsylvania. This program enlisted the skills of over 350 off-site volunteers who created afghans, shawls and many other comfort items offered as gifts while visiting with patients. In this episode, Joan talks…
 
In the "I’ve Learned What Matters Most" series, Yvette expresses her legacy in lessons learned. She reflects on helping her daughter, Diana, a teenager at the time, to understand her special gifts. When Yvette adopted her daughter at the age of 14, Yvette saw within a few months how special Diana was in her ability to learn quickly, adjust well and…
 
In the "I’ve Learned What Matters Most" series, Yvette expresses her legacy in lessons learned. When Yvette adopted her daughter, Diana, at age 14 from the country of Zambia, a major hurdle for Diana was making new friends. Yvette reflects on the trials and tribulations presented and how Diana addressed the problem by being a good friend.…
 
In the “I’ve Learned What Matters Most” series, Yvette expresses her legacy in lessons learned. Abundance can be obtained when you give that which you seek. If you desire something, you must seek to give that same thing. It is all about the interpretation and unconditional give for what you seek.By What's Your Legacy?
 
In the “I’ve Learned What Matters Most” series, Yvette expresses her legacy in lessons learned. She reflects on enjoying a precious moment with her then 3-year-old daughter on a Center City street in Philadelphia. She learned that you don't have to travel the world for important life lessons which are often right in your own backyard.…
 
In the “I’ve Learned What Matters Most” series, Yvette expresses her legacy in lessons learned. She reflects on Making a Difference in the lives of not only her own children but the children of her previous College For Kids program. In her experience, Yvette has learned that when making a difference for others, she benefits just as much, if not mor…
 
In the “I’ve Learned What Matters Most” series, Yvette shares her perspectives on what matters most in life. In this third episode, Yvette shares why it is important to go after what you want and not allow fear to make you settle for less. Never settle for what is easily within your reach if your talent, gifts and desire is for something more. Noth…
 
Surviving In A Pandemic Yvette’s first in-person conversation since the pandemic is with concierge Paul Drecq. Paul is the concierge at the Betsy Hotel in Miami Beach, Florida. Making sure guests have an awesome vacation, business or relaxation visit are among Paul’s goals as a concierge. Returning to work allows Paul to continue doing work he love…
 
Yvette shares her perspectives on what matters most in life. The newest series is titled, “I’ve Learned What Matters Most.” She shares her journey from the halls of academia, to the realms of corporate America, through the perils and rewards of entrepreneurship; from the love of family and friends and the losses, to the search for spiritual meaning…
 
Susan Allen has been a practicing certified financial planner since 1987. She returns to What's Your Legacy? in her role as a certified long-term care specialists to address protecting the finances one has built over a lifetime. Planning for future medical costs is so important. The cost of an uninsured long term care illness will impact cash flow …
 
Iffy Ibekwe is a writer, speaker and educator as well as the principal attorney at Ibekwe Law, PLLC in Austin, Texas. She has practiced law for 13 years and her current focus is estate planning. She is passionate about helping others, especially women, create their legacy through estate planning. She and Yvette discuss the importance of estate plan…
 
Christine Barta graduated from Temple University and has 15 years of experience with Yvette's firm as Vice President of Operations, Marketing and Finance. She is responsible for overseeing client accounts, financial accounts, forecasting, overall accounting and daily operations. She demonstrates extraordinary skill with organizing financial records…
 
Jay C. Burgman is a Certified Financial Planner and an Accredited Estate Planner. He began his career with Northwestern Mutual in 1983 and is still with Northwestern Mutual as a principal with Burgman Financial Group. Jay is committed to educating his clients on all aspects of their financial plan. He often states, “An educated client is our firm’s…
 
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