Tag: women

Avoid A Broke Mentality: Why It’s Important To Have a Healthy Relationship with Money

Avoid A Broke Mentality: Why It’s Important To Have a Healthy Relationship with Money

| June 26, 2017

The new cheques I ordered came in the mail today. I smiled when I opened the package because I knew it meant I could start writing more of them to my financial advisor so we can level up my savings account. I’m turning 30 in November, ain’t no times for games. I’m putting all efforts […]

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I haven’t been Blogging Because I’ve Been Actually Living My Life

I haven’t been Blogging Because I’ve Been Actually Living My Life

| June 26, 2017

I needed to take a breath. Not from all things, but some. Blogging is one of them. I’ve been a blogger since 2009 and I’ve been going non stop ever since – there have been pauses in momentum but never an extended time away like as of late. I think it’s healthy to hit the […]

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Why Every Aspiring Entrepreneur Should Work a 9-5 Job (and Shut Up About It Too!)

Why Every Aspiring Entrepreneur Should Work a 9-5 Job (and Shut Up About It Too!)

| June 2, 2017

Girl, you’ve got to chill. I can’t take any more complaining about your 9-5 job so I’m about to hand you a reality check and let you know why this season of your life has importance. The reason why you are not happy in your current situation is because you fail to find the beauty […]

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4 Non-Negotiables I Use To Help Me Navigate Relationships with Men in the Business World

4 Non-Negotiables I Use To Help Me Navigate Relationships with Men in the Business World

| May 30, 2017

Girlfriend. Always remember, how you let a man into your space will determine how he behaves once he gets there. Years ago when I worked as a stylist in the music and entertainment industry, I constantly stood at a crossroads between right and wrong. My moral compass was always being tested. Working in a male-dominated industry […]

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Excellent Strategies To Help You Swim, Not Sink, In The Online Dating Pool This Summer

Excellent Strategies To Help You Swim, Not Sink, In The Online Dating Pool This Summer

| May 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

I’m a twenty-something, multi-passionate business owner who works long hours deeply submerged in doing the things I love. Unfortunately, this means that while my career thrives, my dating life takes a dive. After breaking up with my fiancée four years ago, (Yes, girl. Long story. Email me for the dish.) I took the opportunity to […]

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How I Prepare for A Business Trip

How I Prepare for A Business Trip

| May 15, 2017

I love to travel. Fortunately for me, my speaking career has afforded me the opportunity to travel quite frequently to the states. Sometimes for a quick 24-hour trip and other times, I go for a few days. Regardless, if it’s business, it’s very important to me to have a game plan before I take off. […]

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Girl on Top: Erica Francis Talks Mental Health, Career Changes & Ditching The Idea of a 5-Year Plan

Girl on Top: Erica Francis Talks Mental Health, Career Changes & Ditching The Idea of a 5-Year Plan

| May 9, 2017

Erica and I first met at a vision board party. From jump, she showed me the real – big personality, loving character and really open to getting to know me. It was the first time I heard about her dreams and the goals for her brand. Obvi I was impressed and curious. I’ve been following […]

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Link Love: Lilly Singh Presents – Voices

Link Love: Lilly Singh Presents – Voices

| May 8, 2017

“Our mind is an intricate house filled with secrets, stories and levels. In the rooms of that house live our voices, the ones that whisper to us throughout the day. Being a good person doesn’t mean you don’t have evil voices, it just means you’ve learned to navigate through them. We all have these voices […]

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3 Ways I’ve Leveraged My Blog To Build My Online Presence

3 Ways I’ve Leveraged My Blog To Build My Online Presence

| May 8, 2017

I love blogging. It’s been an incredible outlet for me both personally and professionally. I started my blog in 2009 on a free platform called blogspot. Easy to use; very simple to understand. As a result of my mentor encouraging me to start a brand of my own, with very shaky confidence, I created an […]

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3 Career Risks Worth Taking in Your 20s

3 Career Risks Worth Taking in Your 20s

| May 4, 2017

I’ve learned to make discomfort my new normal. It’s been a gradual journey, but one I am happy I pursued because I’ve experienced immediate advantages in my career as a result. I used to live my life in fear. I would close my eyes at every turn, I screamed at every bump and tried my best to […]

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