The bottom line is simple. Few communities throughout the world empower women.
Allowing my ego to control how I do business is not smart. It costs. Sheesh, thus far, my ego has cost me money. My ego has cost me connections. When my ego is in control, it becomes a poor reflection on my team, and they deserve the best leader that I can be. More than anything, my ego has cost me time that I cannot get back.
Days have passed, the box office numbers are undeniably record-breaking, and the cast of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther has injected a rush of African Pride into our veins. I don’t want to come down from this high, but we need a reality check. The flight to Wakanda offered by United is NOT REAL. It’s sad. Continue reading “We Can Still Heal… No Wahala”
#Curlfest is a festival that we needed a decade ago. Thanks to The Curly Girl Collective and their corporate partners, it’s a part of my new reality and a breath of fresh air.
Day 14: Make yourself physically available when it is necessary. When it is not, spend time with yourself. You deserve “you” time, and you don’t have to justify it to anyone.
Ar lek mi people dem bad. Sum wae dae read dis go sae, “Hmmm… Salone nor betteh. Den nor go change. Wi nor lek wisef tiday. Wi nor geht foh lek wisef tumara.”
Una wae dae memba so, ar nor blame yu. Ow long wi go dae sidom dae hate wisef? Ar dae beg una, nor dae pa di side wae dae cause division. Ar dae invite una foh join mi pa di side wae unity dae!
I woke up for the Inaugural EmpowerHER Conference in NYC after sleeping for two point seven five hours. Yep. I took a nap. A whole entire poolside nap on the eve of a business conference. Instead of sleeping, I decided to finally do the thing that was looming over my head. I decided to finallyContinue reading “10 reasons why EmpowerHER 2016 was Empowering”