October 2017

Business, Dreams, Ignite Passion, Interviews, Leadership, Personal Development, Simon Sinek, Vision /

My Case Study on Simon Sinek, the Start with Why Guy – Led to a Chat with Him

I had the opportunity to meet the great mind in person on Thursday, October 27, 2016, at his book reading at the Barnes and Noble in New York.And I have my signed book and wall art to go with it.I am officially a Super FAN; well I was one before I met him, as a management, business and leadership junkie I was super excited to have met him. How do you learn from someone like Simon without being opportune enough to hang out in his immediate circle? My suggestion is to get as much of the…

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Dreams, Focus, Ignite Passion, Personal Development, Stolen Dreams, Vision /

No One Is Coming, You are The Only One That Can Save Yourself

No one Is Coming, You are The Only One That Can Save YourselfDon’t be silent because … Have you heard the saying that “good girls don’t make history” sometimes permission will entail you break some trust that you gave when you weren’t speaking up, it will make you push aside some conventional rules to create some unconventional new ones.It means you believe in what you are talking about or interested in so much you are willing to say “bye Felicia”; to people, places, and causes.Saving ourselves sometimes can’t be explained in words, only in…

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Dreams, Personal Development, Relationships, Self Care, Single Parent, Women and Girls /

LIKE FAMILY, A GOOD FRIEND TELLS YOU THE TRUTH

LIKE FAMILY, A GOOD FRIEND TELLS YOU THE TRUTHOur friends are really FAMILY.If friendship is something we as women and girls can partake in together as one “unit”, then we can consider ourselves as “a family of girls”.Friendship is like family, a connection that is close yet has a love-hate-ship relationship to it; that is like that of a sibling and extended family drama, friendship is sometimes bumpy, jagged, provoking and I have noticed it always comes without rules.The no rules part of friendship makes me laugh, I want rules. But I realize with…

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Education, Girl Power, Parents, Taking a Stand, Teen Girls /

Girl Power: Helping the Girl-Child build Her Muscles for Self Expression

 Let’s talk Girl power, though used loosely in the 21st century, the term ushered in the celebration of women’s empowerment and independence,  and was first recorded used in 1967 by the Riot Grrrl an underground feminist punk movement in the 1990’s, the Grrrl having its origins in Washington state, and Washington, DC, some have called it a musical genre they addressed issues such as rape, abuse, sexuality, patriarchy and empowerment. But “Girl Power” found a permanent home in the 1996 musical girl group called the Spice Girls and their audience, there it blossomed and the…

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