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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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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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Get More High Paying Clients By Using These 3 Simple Sales Techniques

Get More High Paying Clients By Using These 3 Simple Sales Techniques

| June 16, 2016

So here’s the deal yo, I have a friend who has over 30k Instagram followers. Pretty awesome. So at this point in his business, he would like to turn those same followers into clients. Sounds simple enough right? But when he promotes his ideas or products no one listens. Very few people make a purchase. […]

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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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[photos] My Book Signing for International Women’s Week at Indigo Bay/Bloor

[photos] My Book Signing for International Women’s Week at Indigo Bay/Bloor

| March 11, 2015 | 0 Comments

The third night of International Women’s Week at Indigo Bay and Bloor. I sat down to discuss with Janét Aizenstros, the truth behind my debut novel Everything I Couldn’t Tell My Mother with the audience at Indigo Bay & Bloor in Toronto. I had a youth group and many of my serious followers show up to find […]

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GIRL ON TOP: Alisha Wedderburn Discusses The Art of Customer Service & Why Just Being Pretty Is Not Enough To Succeed

GIRL ON TOP: Alisha Wedderburn Discusses The Art of Customer Service & Why Just Being Pretty Is Not Enough To Succeed

| March 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

Alisha Wedderburn has been here before. She wrote a guest post in November last year and blessed us with words of wisdom about Why It Is Important To Be Unapologetic. I love her mindset and for that reason, I knew I had to feature her on Girl On Top. A professional in the service industry, […]

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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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Pauleanna In The City: A Recap of My Epic New York Adventure To Essence Magazine Headquarters

Pauleanna In The City: A Recap of My Epic New York Adventure To Essence Magazine Headquarters

| December 16, 2014 | 4 Comments

God is so good. He allowed me to start and finish this year very strong. Releasing my debut novel back in March was such a dream come true, but having my story featured inside ESSENCE Magazine is more than I could’ve ever asked for. Keke Palmer looks supa dupa fly on the cover. For those […]

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The Blind Stigma: Exploring Mental Health In The Black Community

The Blind Stigma: Exploring Mental Health In The Black Community

| July 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Two weeks ago I had the opportunity to talk about my 6-year battle with depression for a taping of a documentary called The Blind Stigma. This informative film highlights mental health issues within the black community.  It brings me great joy to be apart of this initiative because it’s about time we started talking about […]

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