Tag: goals

You Don’t Have to Have it All Figured Out By 30

You Don’t Have to Have it All Figured Out By 30

| August 2, 2017

  I used to have a timeline for everything, all things. When I was in my teens, 21 was the age I set to figure it all out. Then when I hit 21 and realized that life wasn’t yet “perfect” I gave myself more time and set a new age of 25 to have it […]

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You’ll Never Feel 100% Ready

You’ll Never Feel 100% Ready

| July 24, 2017

Whenever I am stuck in the grey about a major (or tiny) decision, I have one rule that I follow almost every single time. Feel the fear and do it anyway. Through trial and error, I’ve learned how important it is to listen to your body. Sometimes it’s your heart and you’ll know because it’s beating […]

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Hash Tag. GOALS. Why You Need A Plan To Achieve Them.

Hash Tag. GOALS. Why You Need A Plan To Achieve Them.

| December 31, 2016

Positive vibes currently fill my social media timelines. I love the energy and the high-spirited people who are excited to end one year and enter another. Despite what some of us had to endure in 2016, I truly believe that every day is another chance to feel brand new. So I haven’t necessarily been waiting […]

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7 Productivity Hacks I’ve Learned From Being A Personal Assistant to C-Level Executives

7 Productivity Hacks I’ve Learned From Being A Personal Assistant to C-Level Executives

| October 24, 2016

In addition to founding and operating 3 successful brands, what most people don’t know is that I still have a nine to five (that I love btw). When I tell people this, they are always surprised. One of my friends asked, “when do you sleep?” Another friend commented, “I would’ve never known because you run […]

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Inside the Life of Solange Knowles

Inside the Life of Solange Knowles

| October 4, 2016

Born June 24th Wore tap shoes and tutus every where 3-5 Wrote first song (A jingle for the United Way) 9 Felt God 10 Met first love (in a parking lot) 13 Wrote/Released my first album for weird teenagers 15 Started writing songs for other awesome people 16 Lost my best friend Marsai, to gun […]

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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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Revisiting My Bucket List: 30 Things I Want To Do Before I Die

Revisiting My Bucket List: 30 Things I Want To Do Before I Die

| March 3, 2015 | 4 Comments

For those of you who don’t know, back in June 2012 I was rushed to the emergency room because I was having sharp shooting pains through my heart. The discomfort actually began the day before, but I chose to ignore it [dumbest decision I’ve ever made]. The pain hurt so bad that at a certain […]

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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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I’m Officially A Homeowner: How I Accomplished This Goal Under The Age of 30

I’m Officially A Homeowner: How I Accomplished This Goal Under The Age of 30

| December 18, 2014 | 2 Comments

I’ll never forget the day I checked my account balance and the statement said $2.09. I just wanted to cry because I felt so defeated. I had mountains of bills, creditors constantly calling me and no money to pay them. During my early twenties, my finances were such a mess and it was my best-kept […]

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My Real Job vs. My Dream Job: How I Handled The Biggest Decision Of My Life [+ Free Printable Worksheet]

My Real Job vs. My Dream Job: How I Handled The Biggest Decision Of My Life [+ Free Printable Worksheet]

| August 13, 2014 | 2 Comments

Not too long ago, I courageously quit my “real” job to pursue my dream career. I didn’t just walk away either, I kicked off my stilettos and ran. Corporate life has its advantages; the most obvious being a financial safety net. And with such a competitive job market, it has been a blessing. I’ve been […]

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