On this episode of Radical Clarity with Yetunde Shorters, we explore the concept of Asset-Framing® and its importance in defining people by their aspirations and contributions first. Our guest, Trabian Shorters, founding CEO of BMe Community, discusses the negative portrayal of Black and Brown People and how this discounts our contributions. He shares details of how Black Men are already constructively engaged, despite stereotypes, and encourages the use of asset framing to change the narrative of Any Stigmatized or marginalized group. We also delve into the importance of self-love, true humility, and positive psychology. Listen in as he challenges you to take the 100 day challenge of Asset Framing and explore ways to achieve personal growth and development. Join us and be part of the movement for the BMe Black L.O.V.E (LIVE | OWN| VOTE |EXCEL) Agenda. Don’t forget to subscribe and leave a review!
The What is asset framing and why is it important? – Asset framing is the practice of defining people first by their aspirations and contributions before any other challenges. It is important because negative aspirations can automatically make the brain treat a person as a threat.
For entrepreneurs, while facts matter, the narrative matters more because it tells people which information to pay attention to and which to ignore.
Trabian Shorters –CEO-BMe Community
Positive psychology was created based on the realization that constantly being in a state of fear and negativity is not healthy for individuals. Asset framing, or defining people by their positive aspirations and contributions, is important on a spiritual, soul, emotional, mental, and physical level