Chapter 56-Tryphena of the Fearless Living Society

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In this chapter, Tryphena takes us back to her local road trips with her family, and tells us about how fearful she was as a child. Surprisingly, it was school marching band trips that stoked her wanderlust, and her acting desires that carried her to Howard University. Her acting and singing chops opened up America and the rest of the world for her. Tryphena shares with us two recent dances with fear that have ended up making her feel like she’s living in purpose and on purpose. We talk about mens and typical gender expectations with work and travel, and how she doesn’t fit them. Tryphena talks about touring with The Lion King as Sarabi, and her experience singing on a cruise ship. You can also hear about how a detour on a road trip in Arizona led her to one of her favorite places in the world.

Tryphena would appreciate your support for her Fearless Fridays series that’s on her Instagram and YouTube channels by watching and/or sharing. She also does monthly group workshops showing her coaching style and focus and would love to support you or anyone you know to work through your fears. She also loves a good bottle of red wine, and wouldn’t be mad if you wanted to send her a few bottles.

Tryphena loves India Arie’s latest album, and you can find the title track on the Guest Favorites from the Black Women Travel Podcast playlist on Spotify.

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