ATEC - Episode 89: When The Only Choice Is To Change Your Life ft. Artisha Bolding

Episode 89: When The Only Choice Is To Change Your Life featuring Artisha Bolding

In 2018 Artisha Bolding was working 50- to 60-hour weeks and becoming more and more unhappy. She was unsettled and frustrated in her marriage and thinking of leaving her husband and knew she wanted a different career path. As she worked more and more, her health began to suffer but though she became very sick she continued to put in long hours. Soon she was hospitalized with heart and lung complications and nearly lost her life. Through her hospitalization and long recovery her husband did not leave her side and she realized she wanted to save their marriage. Today they are still together and happier than ever, she’s left the job she hated behind, and now she helps other women find their passion and live more peacefully. In this episode we talk relationships, health, and what to do when change comes calling.


Artisha “Tee” Bolding is a minister and certified life coach known as
the Mindset Midwife. Through her coaching, she motivates women and
entrepreneurs to birth their business, book, or brand. Artisha has spent the last decade providing relationship and spiritual advice to friends, clients, and groups of teenagers. Her programs ensure individuals are no longer stuck in life but thriving in the success aligned with their purpose and passion. Since her early days at Howard University, positively impacting people has been a serious passion for this visionary. From charter schools to City Hall and even a dusty construction site, Artisha has experienced a lot and has touched many lives. In fact, she founded her company T Bold Media Group, after hitting rock bottom and pushing past crises in her marriage and health.



I’m a writer, a teacher, a native New Yorker, and I love hearing about people’s lives. When I think back to my elementary school days at PS 20 in Flushing, Queens whenever we began social studies or a history lesson I wasn’t that interested in learning about battles, topography, or politics. What I wanted to know was how people lived: What their families were like, how they adapted to their circumstances, what they ate, how they celebrated, how they felt.
Sociology became my major at Binghamton University and in my life so far I’ve been an actress, a salesperson, a Zoo Keeper’s Aid, a volunteer animal trainer, an ELL teacher, a mother, and a wife. I’m grateful for the experiences I’ve had, all of which led me to create this podcast which is one of the most rewarding projects I’ve undertaken. I couldn’t ask for a better job than having in-depth conversations with survivors, thought leaders, authors, social justice warriors, and people who believe that we are all connected and then getting to share their stories, insight, and vulnerability with listeners.
I’m so glad you’ve landed on this page. I hope you find stories here which resonate with you and that you’ll tune in every week. 
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