Yesterday, I had a wonderful conversation with a new Sister CEO. She’s just like you, she’s highly educated with many career achievements. I enjoyed learning about her journey as she left her corporate job almost a decade ago to find fulfillment. She has discovered how to manage self-care, family, business, and community involvement (I need this wisdom). And you’ll love this: her life and business motto are “Live Life on Purpose Today.” Doesn’t she sound awesome? Despite all this success, she has a challenge common to many Black women entrepreneurs.
Three years ago, I started investing heavily in myself through business programs and coaching. Unfortunately, I became overwhelmed by all the content. Guess what I did then? I would buy another program to get focused or to learn a new technique and I’d end up right back in the same place: Overwhelmed by all the strategies and suggestions. Sound familiar?
It’s here… My favorite time of the year- February! The month I get to celebrate my born day and our Black history. I can’t believe it. I’m turning 33 years old on Monday, February 6. To celebrate this momentous occasion, you’ll receive 28 Days of Black Woman CEO Success.
The New Year is a few days away. Like me, you may have your resolutions and plans to achieve them all set. However, there is one component many of us miss in our Year End/Year Beginning planning. It’s an important requirement for reaching your goals next year.