Tag: Empowering Women

8 Easy Strategies To Help Promote Your Brand, Idea & Products

8 Easy Strategies To Help Promote Your Brand, Idea & Products

| May 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

So I’ve taught you how to develop and grow your personal brand, I’ve taught you how to become a savvy Side Hustler, and today I am super excited to share some of my proven strategies to help promote your big ideas and products. In such a competitive market, promotion and marketing is important. Creativity flows […]

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How To Use What You Know, To Make Extra Dough': A Guide To Increasing Cash Flow

How To Use What You Know, To Make Extra Dough': A Guide To Increasing Cash Flow

| January 22, 2017 | 2 Comments

One of the biggest pieces of advice that my business mentors have taught me is to have more than one stream of income. This rule of thumb definitely saved my butt last year during a few ‘rainy days’. I’ve been working since I was 13 years old and haven’t stopped hustlin’ since the day I […]

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Why My Closet Hasn’t Seen A Single Track Suit In Nearly A Decade

Why My Closet Hasn’t Seen A Single Track Suit In Nearly A Decade

| September 18, 2016 | 2 Comments

When I look great, I feel great and I produce outstanding work. Danielle LaPorte often talks about core desired feelings which is a holistic approach to life planning. She encourages people to navigate their life and career decisions based on how they want to feel. The primary objective is to always feel good. :: This […]

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5 Big Mistakes I’ve Made As A Solo Entrepreneur

5 Big Mistakes I’ve Made As A Solo Entrepreneur

| August 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

I am still here learning and trying, even after all my failures. I’ve come to realize that one mistake doesn’t have to rule your life and it can’t unless you let it. Maintaining this mentality has helped me learn to keep calm and carry on – as hard as it may be sometimes. My past […]

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Thinking Strategically: 5 Life Lessons I’ve Learned From Playing Chess

Thinking Strategically: 5 Life Lessons I’ve Learned From Playing Chess

| June 20, 2016 | 0 Comments

I was introduced to chess when I was a kid. I was a member of the chess club at school and although it wasn’t the most popular choice amongst the student body, for me it was super cool. Growing up I found it very hard to comprehend text and often zoned out during the lesson, […]

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If You Really Knew Me – This Is The Diary of Pauleanna Reid

If You Really Knew Me – This Is The Diary of Pauleanna Reid

| August 30, 2015

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Stepping Out In Style

Stepping Out In Style

| November 24, 2014 | 1 Comment

Smooth, savvy and successful – Meet the New Girl On The Block I recently had the opportunity to shoot with one of my favorite photographers, Samantha Clarke. Sam, alongside my crew, really went out of their way to make my day special. Makeba Lindsay is my go-to-girl for hair, Samora Smallwood is my go-to-girl for […]

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The Magic Is In Our Actions

The Magic Is In Our Actions

| September 28, 2014 | 1 Comment

:: I’ve decided to join a self-help group for my anxiety:: I’m telling you because I want you to hold me accountable. Although I recovered from a 6-year relationship with depression in 2012, unfortunately my anxiety still lingers. I’ve been in denial about this issue for a long time because I was afraid to deal […]

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I’m Speaking At The Uniquely You Summit In Washington, DC – September 2014

I’m Speaking At The Uniquely You Summit In Washington, DC – September 2014

| August 19, 2014 | 1 Comment

I had the opportunity to fly out to Washington, DC earlier this year to speak at the Conversations Her Way Conference. It was an amazing experience that I will never forget. I made some special connections during my visit to the United States but one of my fellow panelists will always have a special place […]

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Overcoming A 6-Year Battle With Depression: My Story

Overcoming A 6-Year Battle With Depression: My Story

| August 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

The worst thing in life is to end up with people who make you feel all alone. – Robin Williams Since the recent news of Robin Williams’ suicide, I thought it was fitting to open up a much need conversation about mental health. What you may not know about me is that I can personally […]

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