In this episode of the Enterprising Homeschool Mom podcast, Kim Brame speaks to Rodneisha McMillan, founder of the African American CPR Foundation. Rodneisha tells us her story and illustrates her business story and how a stroke and an abusive relationship played into her developing her business. Rodneisha also talks about her decision to home school her children and then events that lead to her removing her children from the school system. This is part one of a two-part episode, so be sure to check out part 2!
You Will Discover How Rodneisha
- She refused to be a victim to any circumstance.
- Overcame obstacles that got in her way.
- Continued her education outside of the classroom.
- She made pivots in her life and business that enabled her to grow.
- She wouldn’t allow her children, specifically her sons, to fall victim to being mistreated in the public school system.
- Keeps a winning mindset and perspective.
- Learns from life lessons and mistakes and apply them to new opportunities.
- And so much more in both parts 1 and 2.
This is part 2 of the interview with Rodneisha McMillan, CPR instructor and founder of the African American CPR Foundation. Rodneisha continues to discuss how her stroke affected her life, explaining how it made her realize she didn’t want to work to death. Rodneisha and Kim also discuss the freedoms of homeschooling and how it allows their kids to explore what they want to learn, rather than being forced to learn what a school teaches. Rodneisha also shares her gratitude towards Kim for giving her guidance when she started homeschooling, saying how useful it was for her. Be sure to check out part 1 of the interview if you missed it!