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How to Deal with A Copycat "Friend"

Hi, it’s been a while, how are you? I wanted to do a post for #WednesdayWisdom where I could help several people. Since I work with entrepreneurs I hear the pain that they suffer when someone steals their ideas. 567 more words

African American

Challenge Accepted 

Greetings awesome people! I see you made it through another day. I knew you could do it! You are a lot stronger than you think, but of course you knew that. 128 more words


Purpose and Intent

Previously published on my Tumblr page, http://a-woman-apart.tumblr.com/

I wrote a post a few days ago about Iyanla Vanzant’s book, entitled, “The Value in the Valley: A Black Women’s Guide Through Life’s Dilemmas”. 1,109 more words


The Value In the Valley

Previously published on my Tumblr page, http://a-woman-apart.tumblr.com/

This blog post title comes from a book that I recently read by Iyanla Vanzant, titled “The Value in the Valley: A Black Woman’s Guide Through Life’s Dilemmas”. 1,335 more words


Pauli Murray, Pioneer for Women and Civil Rights, was Likely Transgender. A new book sheds light

Pauli Murray, born 1910, was of mixed race, and a self-professed “boy-girl” who believed in her bones that she was really a man. She endured segregation, sexism, racism and stringent class constructs to become a journalist, an activist, a professor, a priest, and a lawyer who made monumental contributions to civil rights and women’s rights. 92 more words


Motivational Mecca 3

Don’t just be a consumer, be a producer. Get creative and challenge yourself to make something, create something, manifest something that you’ve always wanted to do but didn’t know how. 372 more words