Hold Fast to Dreams

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There’s a large amount of chaos happening in our world: hurricanes, floods, mud slides, and even political turmoil.  In addition to these major events, you may be experiencing challenges within your personal world, such as financial woes, relationship drama, and job dissatisfaction. These various circumstances can rob you of your dreams and distract you from building your desired life. They deplete our finite energy and attention. We become reactionary. 

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{FREE} Black Women Rise: Free “Life By Design” Exercise + June Announcement

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Your Ability to Serve Others is Built on the Foundation of How You Take Care of Yourself. –Aisha Moore-Hughes, CEO of Self Care by Aisha It’s June! For our Black Women Rise Community & Black Woman CEO Circle, we’re having a “Self-Care Revival” For the past few months, I emphasized income goals as I, too, focused on expanding my money mindset. As a result, two months in a row I generated over $10k in monthly revenue. Regretfully, my self-care lapsed. Due to my negligence, I experienced anxiety attacks. Even worse, I ended up in the emergency room on May 31st unable to…

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Become a Confident Black Woman Entrepreneur: Know how to ask for help!

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Do you know it’s tough to build a business on top of overwhelm and stress? This week, I cleared my calendar before I traveled out of town on a business trip to fulfill my Happy Black Woman Business Coach duties. I adjusted my schedule because I felt suffocated by the chaos in my life. One of the ways we bottleneck our business is by not asking for help. This means we don’t build a team or hire support.

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Ready to Soar? Join us for 28 Days of Black Woman CEO Success

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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.

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