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4 Non-Negotiables I Use To Help Me Navigate Relationships with Men in the Business World

4 Non-Negotiables I Use To Help Me Navigate Relationships with Men in the Business World

| May 30, 2017

Girlfriend. Always remember, how you let a man into your space will determine how he behaves once he gets there. Years ago when I worked as a stylist in the music and entertainment industry, I constantly stood at a crossroads between right and wrong. My moral compass was always being tested. Working in a male-dominated industry […]

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10 Types of Instagram Posts I Use To Grow My Audience

10 Types of Instagram Posts I Use To Grow My Audience

| May 18, 2017

Ah, the world of IG is constantly changing. I try my best to keep up, but at my own pace. Currently, I have about 5000-ish followers and that number climbs daily because I am pretty strategic in my game plan. I understand that it is the first impression of my brand – which I don’t […]

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How I Prepare for A Business Trip

How I Prepare for A Business Trip

| May 15, 2017

I love to travel. Fortunately for me, my speaking career has afforded me the opportunity to travel quite frequently to the states. Sometimes for a quick 24-hour trip and other times, I go for a few days. Regardless, if it’s business, it’s very important to me to have a game plan before I take off. […]

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Girl on Top: Erica Francis Talks Mental Health, Career Changes & Ditching The Idea of a 5-Year Plan

Girl on Top: Erica Francis Talks Mental Health, Career Changes & Ditching The Idea of a 5-Year Plan

| May 9, 2017

Erica and I first met at a vision board party. From jump, she showed me the real – big personality, loving character and really open to getting to know me. It was the first time I heard about her dreams and the goals for her brand. Obvi I was impressed and curious. I’ve been following […]

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3 Career Risks Worth Taking in Your 20s

3 Career Risks Worth Taking in Your 20s

| May 4, 2017

I’ve learned to make discomfort my new normal. It’s been a gradual journey, but one I am happy I pursued because I’ve experienced immediate advantages in my career as a result. I used to live my life in fear. I would close my eyes at every turn, I screamed at every bump and tried my best to […]

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How I Found The Strength To Walk Away From Emotionally Abusive Boyfriend

How I Found The Strength To Walk Away From Emotionally Abusive Boyfriend

| April 28, 2017

I couldn’t believe I found myself in the same position again. This was the second time around nearly a decade later. The only difference was that he didn’t hit me, choke me or try to kill me. Instead, my boyfriend used words to damage my confidence and self-esteem. We started off like any other couple. […]

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Link Love – See Girl Work Speaker Series

Link Love – See Girl Work Speaker Series

| April 24, 2017

What You Can Expect A huge part of See Girl Work is creating valuable content and sharing stories and insights from those who have gone before. As we continue to expand the blog and our relationships with women small business owners, marketers, bloggers, branding experts and digital strategists, we want to extend our platform into […]

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Body Positive: What I Have To Deal with Daily As a Girl with Curves

Body Positive: What I Have To Deal with Daily As a Girl with Curves

| April 17, 2017

I am a size 14. On a good day, a size 12. It took me at least a year to say that comfortably without feeling bad about it. When I hit double-digits a lot of negative experiences came alongside it. So much that it damaged my confidence and self-esteem… like the time a girlfriend asked […]

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GIRL ON TOP: Self-Care Coach Rochelle Ford-Wilson Helps Busy, Burnt-out Millennial Moms Get Their Lives Back

GIRL ON TOP: Self-Care Coach Rochelle Ford-Wilson Helps Busy, Burnt-out Millennial Moms Get Their Lives Back

| April 6, 2017

Young Mommy Fabulous started as a dream but quickly turned into a full-time business for Rochelle Ford-Wilson. Filling a niche in the market and a need of her own, she launched a coaching platform for millennial moms to have a place to reclaim their lives. Here’s her story… How old are you? 20s/30s/40s? I am turning […]

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How I Created My Dream Job That Didn’t Exist

How I Created My Dream Job That Didn’t Exist

| April 4, 2017

“Office Hours” is a new policy that my corporate job has implemented in order to bridge the gap between the President and employees. In effort to open the lines of communication and build a better working relationship between the two, the President opens her doors for approximately 2 hours every quarter which allows anyone to […]

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