Tag: Self Confidence

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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[video] Why The Male-Dominated Tech Industry Is A Promising Field for Any Girl Geek Brave Enough To Pursue It

[video] Why The Male-Dominated Tech Industry Is A Promising Field for Any Girl Geek Brave Enough To Pursue It

| June 13, 2016 | 0 Comments

On the blog, I’ve discussed everything from finding your passion and how to successfully transition into a new career. Today I want to educate you about a field that your life revolves around, yet very few women explore; the tech industry. Out of all the career advice I’ve provided to date, my most important dose of […]

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I Interviewed Grammy-Nominated Singer-Songwriter Jazmine Sullivan To Talk New Music, New Direction & Bouncing Back From Heartache

I Interviewed Grammy-Nominated Singer-Songwriter Jazmine Sullivan To Talk New Music, New Direction & Bouncing Back From Heartache

| April 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

I had the opportunity to chat with Jazmine Sullivan to discuss the turning point which led her back to the stage after a 5-year break from music. Fans recently learned that while on a path to self-discovery, she had a choice to make and her biggest challenge was finding the courage to walk away from […]

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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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The Single Girls’ To-Do List

The Single Girls’ To-Do List

| February 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

Are you on the market, but don’t feel like being on the market? “One of Glamour magazine’s dating bloggers is single once again, which has inspired her to create a list of some of the key experiences every singleton should savor before they couple up. Her list could inspire you as well (even if you’re […]

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GIRL ON TOP: Stacy-Ann Buchanan Discusses The Release of Her New Documentary, Finding True Love & The Key To Finding Balance

GIRL ON TOP: Stacy-Ann Buchanan Discusses The Release of Her New Documentary, Finding True Love & The Key To Finding Balance

| January 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

Stacy-Ann Buchanan is already starting 2015 off with a win. With the debut of her first film, The Blind Stigma, right around the corner, Stacy-Ann has the city buzzing. Her future is so bright, I can see it in her eyes. She has worked extremely hard to get to where she is today, overcoming depression, […]

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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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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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