This week on Pimp Your Brilliance, I’m chatting with Felecia Hatcher of Code Fever Miami and Black Tech Week. Felecia Hatcher is a White House Award-winning entrepreneur, badass business rainmaker, best selling author, globally sought-after speaker, media darling, mother, and Founder of Code Fever and Black Tech Week. She is also the rather awesome former Chief Popsicle at Feverish Pops, a gourmet ice pop boutique and manufacturing brand with a Fortune 500 client roster that would make your head spin. Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, Felecia was a marketing executive working for big brands like Nintendo, Sony, Mckee Foods and the NBA.

In this episode, we discuss how Felecia got started in entrepreneurship, the embarrassing moment that helped her discover a new business idea, how she handles transitions in her entrepreneurial journey and her quest to rid Miami of innovation deserts.


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  • How Felecia got started in entrepreneurship
  • The embarrassing moment that helped Felecia discover a new business idea
  • Ridding Miami of innovation deserts
  • How Felecia manages it all as a mom, wife and business owner
  • Tips for managing a team
  • Felecia’s keys to success and her challenges
  • Pimp Your Brilliance action challenge

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  • To Read- The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck By Mark Manson

Felecia Hatcher of Code Fever Miami and Black Tech Week shares how she got started in business and the embarrassing moment that helped her discover a new business idea.

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