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Meet Queen Cole of Light The Path Podcast in DFW Metroplex

Today we’d like to introduce you to Queen Cole.

So, before we jump into specific questions, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
This all started with my brother Malvin asking me to fill in as a host on Royal Tea Tv. I was new to the city and didn’t mind helping my brother out “until he found someone else”.

After the first year, he challenged me to create my own segment. I did and I called it My Dallas Life.

Fast forward to year four! He came back with another challenge and asked, “How are you going to expand your personal brand for 2020?” My answer to that was to start a podcast. I started Light The Path podcast Nov. 2019. I released the first episode Jan. 2020.

Great, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
My initial challenge was MYSELF! I am a “recovering” perfectionist and I wanted everything to be perfect. So I went down the YouTube and Google rabbit hole to find out all I could about podcasting.

What came to mind was when Grant Cardone said in his book 10x, “ Perfectionism can be disguised as procrastination” So here I was full of information but no product!

No, I didn’t have a mic! No, I didn’t have a studio, but what I did have was enough information to START so I did. I start recording episodes in my closet on my phone.

Please tell us about Light The Path Podcast.
Weekly LIght The Path will encourage the audience that it is not only possible to endure and survive this marvelous roller coaster ride we call life, but to grow stronger and thrive as a result of all of our experiences.

Sharing our experiences with each other is not only empowering, it can help Light The Path.

I am proud that Light The Path podcast has been informative and entertaining all while encouraging, inspiring, and motivating people.

What sets Light The Path apart is the transparency and authenticity that each guest brings from their own life experiences.

Do you look back particularly fondly on any memories from childhood?
My favorite childhood memory is having water balloon fights on hot summer days!

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