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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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Big Girls Do Cry – Why I’m Not Afraid To Be Candid & Vulnerable

Big Girls Do Cry – Why I’m Not Afraid To Be Candid & Vulnerable

| October 3, 2016

Most days I feel like Superwoman, but there are few and far in between when I really just want to run and hide. As we enter the fourth quarter, my mind just won’t shut up. It constantly races and now more than ever I start to ask myself several questions… What’s the 2017 game plan? How […]

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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 | 3 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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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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[video] “A Man Who Masters Patience Is The Master Of Everything Else.” – Big Sean

[video] “A Man Who Masters Patience Is The Master Of Everything Else.” – Big Sean

| July 18, 2015 | 0 Comments

Catch his words below. Patience is the ability to accept trouble, suffer, delay, without getting angry or upset. I feel like if you can master patience, you can master anything. To sit and plan out your goals and dreams, strategize, understand how the universe works, how things manifest. The time it takes is part of […]

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Dear Diary, Entry #3: Keynote Speech at Ursula Franklin Academy

Dear Diary, Entry #3: Keynote Speech at Ursula Franklin Academy

| February 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

You think you know, but you have no idea. This is a passage from my online diary. Always keepin’ it real.  

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From Shy Girl To Fly Girl: Why My Confidence Has No Competition

From Shy Girl To Fly Girl: Why My Confidence Has No Competition

| January 28, 2015 | 3 Comments

I’m confident. I’m smart. I’m beautiful. I’ve been repeating these affirmations for years; even on the days when it was hard to believe. One of my best-kept secrets is that my room is filled with sticky notes. I have notes on my tack-board, my wall, my headboard and my mirror. They are all filled will […]

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Goal Diggin': 5 Ways to Survive 2015 Without Feeling Overwhelmed, Overworked or Intimidated by Success

Goal Diggin': 5 Ways to Survive 2015 Without Feeling Overwhelmed, Overworked or Intimidated by Success

| January 2, 2015 | 2 Comments

January is an obvious indication that first-quarter has officially begun. This is my favorite time of year because it sets the tone for how 2nd, third and fourth quarter will roll out. I like to compare my journey to a marathon (definitely not a sprint). I start off strong and steady, maintain momentum throughout the […]

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