Podcast, Self-Care & Wellness -

HBW 004: How to Do Less and Be More with Queen Code Founder Molesey Crawford

Podcast, Self-Care & Wellness -

HBW 004: How to Do Less and Be More with Queen Code Founder Molesey Crawford

In today’s episode of The Happy Black Woman Podcast, we have the honor of speaking with Molesey Crawford, founder of “The Queen Code,” a personal development community that is changing the lives of women all over the globe. As you listen to this episode you’re going to hear how Molesey learned about her own feminine desires and self, how she channeled that into a business that was true to who she really is, and how that business has grown to provide her with the true channel of expression and purpose she was meant to have while providing her and her family with the freedom they enjoy today. Be sure to take the time to listen to this one, it’s a real gem.

What IS the Queen Code?

Molesey’s journey toward becoming the founder of the Queen Code has not been overnight or easy. It’s through that journey that she discovered the principles of the Queen Code in the first place (as it should be, right?). She believes that there’s a feminine evolution happening in the hearts of women all around the globe. Women are beginning to awaken to the truth that they are here for a reason. She believes that women all over the globe are feeling the calling to return, rebirth, reconnect, recover, remember and reclaim their feminine birthright. She desires to support those women on a journey of deep healing and transformation. Hear more of her journey to those realizations and how she’s helping women all over the world as you listen to this episode.

You need the “know who” before you need the “know how” – @thequeencode
Click To Tweet

Finding a mentor early on made all the difference.

Molesey’s business was still very small and she had almost no money when she first decided to find and pay for a mentor – and she’s never regretted it. In fact, that decision was the catalyst to moving her life and business forward in a powerful way. She started with $10 a month as part of a coaching program and now has elevated her involvement with her coach to a much higher level, and it’s continued to reap great rewards. If you’re stuck, needing help, or even moving backwards in your entrepreneurial or personal development, you may need to take that bold step and find a coach or mentor that fits your lifestyle. These two ladies (Molesey or Rosetta) may be just what you need. Find out more on this episode.

“The longer we stay in indecision, the longer we are kept from what we want” – @thequeencode
Click To Tweet

Be. Do. Have. That’s the sequence in which personal transformation and business success comes.

Molesey Crawford has discovered that nobody can have a truly free lifestyle and invigorating business without first going through this necessary sequence. BE – has to do with discovering who you are and what you are passionate about. Only when you function out of the fullness of your identity are you able to bring your intended value to the world. DO – This is the action step, where you put your dreams and calling into action. Most people start here and find themselves spinning their wheels and becoming burned out and frustrated as a result. HAVE – This is the aspect where you begin to receive the fruits of your labors and see the fulfillment of the calling you’re acting on. Hear Molesey explain this progression on this episode.

Slow down so your blessings can catch you.

Too often women are so busy doing that they fail to BE who they truly are. Too often they believe that what they do is what makes them who they are. But the reverse is true. It’s time to stop all the hustle and busy-ness so that you can find your true self, learn to do your work out of that place, and see the blessings that flow more naturally as a result. Moseley Crawford has learned these principles and they are what guide her work at The Queen Code. Hear her explain the importance of embracing and applying these concepts on this great episode of The Happy Black Woman, with Rosetta Thurman.

“Queens! Slow down so your blessings can catch you.” – @thequeencode
Click To Tweet

Outline of this great episode:

  • [0:24] Welcome and introduction of Molesey Crawford, today’s guest.
  • [1:30] What is the “Queen Code” and Molesey’s calling?
  • [3:56] What caused Molesey to turn her passion into a business?
  • [6:40] A typical day for Molesey in her business and life.
  • [11:13] At what point in your journey did you realize you needed a mentor?
  • [15:15] The value of making an investment in herself.
  • [15:54] Why “Be, Do, Have” is so important.
  • [22:51] What does freedom look like to Molesey?
  • [26:50] Molesey’s favorite book for inspiration.
  • [30:52] Do you have any other personal mantras you live by?
  • [32:59] The #1 tip Molesey gives to women wanting to start a business.
  • [34:55] How to find out more about Molesey and the Queen Code.  

Resources mentioned in this episode:

Tweets you can use to share this episode:

I always had this feminine edge – @thequeencode on this episode of the @happyblackwoman podcast
Click To Tweet

It is safe to feel good – positive affirmation from @thequeencode on the @happyblackwoman podcast
Click To Tweet

Thanks for listening! Please rate, review and subscribe…

Thanks so much for joining us on the podcast this week! Be sure to leave me a note in the comments below with your #1 takeaway from the show.

Don’t forget to subscribe to the show to get FREE automatic notifications when each new episode goes live!

Finally, please consider leaving an honest rating and review for The Happy Black Woman Podcast on iTunes or Stitcher to help spread the word about the show and help more black women find our tribe!

Join the Happy Black Woman Facebook Tribe:


Join our Happy Black Woman Facebook Tribe to connect and network with like-minded women from around the world! Click here to request access to our private Facebook group.

The post HBW 004: How to Do Less and Be More with Queen Code Founder Molesey Crawford appeared first on Happy Black Woman.

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published