Posts tagged businesswoman
How Micki Morris Used Life’s Curveballs to Create Success

Micki Morris was a typical PK, short for preacher’s kid. She grew up as the oldest child of a large family and when she was younger she had plans to go to Bible College, marry a God-fearing man and travel the world as a missionary. However, at 17, she found herself pregnant. Her life, as she once knew it, began to take a different route. Read more about how she overcame life’s curveballs, turned her battles into victories and achieved financial success.

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How to Bet on Yourself & Supply Your Own Yes: An intimate conversation with Reese Evans, Founder of Yes Supply

Reese Evans gave us an hour of her time to discuss how she learned to stand out and stand apart, how she stopped caring what naysayers think, what she thinks entrepreneurs and creatives could do to follow her path and so much more. That's when Yes Supply was born. In just a little over a year, Yes Supply has grown tremendously. With more than 16,600 followers on Instagram and a dedicated community of ambitious female creatives and entrepreneurs in her Yes Supply Collective, it's hard to believe that Reese just started.

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How Crisis Brought Joyce Sadiku to Christ

 At eight years old, Joyce lost her mother to breast cancer. She also had to deal with losing a new step-mother in the same year as she lost her mother, and a father by whom she didn’t feel loved. Joyce tells us how these things pushed her towards Christ. 


We interviewed Joyce in 2016 and we were recently able to check in with her. Today she is thousands of miles away from home in Antigua at AUA, a Caribbean medical school. 

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Nicole Neimroff Talks Beauty, Makeup, Clients & Confidence

Growing up did you ever have that one friend who loved to find any reason to do your nails? Or, who always found a way to make you feel beautiful, just because? Well for many, that friend was Nicole. She’s always had a natural ability to pamper and cater to others. Today, she’s turned her passion for beauty and makeup into a business in Atlanta, Georgia. Nicole caters to clients in such a way that they leave feeling not just beautiful, but confident, anytime they leave her lounge. She took some time to tell us how she does it all and she also shares a few simple skin care tips that you can easily implement into your beauty routine.

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Porsche Williams’ 3 Tips for Women on the Fence About Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship gave Porsche Williams the freedom to live the life she has always dreamed of, while being a mom, wife, daughter, sister and friend. She credits her decision to become an entrepreneur to watching her parents not fulfill their dreams and follow their individual passions. In wanting to give her son the example to know that there are more ways to success, Porsche created The Prototype Lifestyle Agency. 

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Entertainment Strategist Rachel Jackson Talks How She Became the Person that Connects the Dots

True fulfillment comes from helping others. Today’s feature Rachel Jackson has the opportunity to do that every day. As an entertainment strategist and Atlanta Market Manager for Fresh Empire, she is the ultimate problem solver and she gets the job done. She credits her success to God and Clark Atlanta University, both playing significant roles in the helping her become the woman she is today.

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Mofe Lawrence on How to She Embraced Her Own Destiny Instead of the Path Others Chose for Her

Growing up in a Nigerian household comes with a ton of responsibility. Out of love, Nigerian parents push their children to pursue roles that guarantee income and job security. Becoming a nurse, doctor, lawyer or engineer is common amongst first generation Nigerian-Americans. And, it’s sort of required. So, when Mofe realized that she was not cut out to be follow the normal path laid out of her, it created an internal dilemma within her. Dive into our interview with our Marketing Director to find out how she decided to choose her own destiny and so much more.

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How Adunola Learned to Dream Big and Take Risks Fearlessly

Our Chief of Communications and Editor in Chief, took a moment to update us on where she’s been since our last interview with her a year ago. When we first spoke to her, she opened up about her biggest insecurity, she shared her goals in life and offered her advice on how to be happy and overcome life’s struggles. One year later, Adunola definitely has more to share about her outlook on life. Find out the latest in Adunola’s life, including her new perspective on her biggest insecurity, her new business, her new goals for the year and how she balances it all

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Bukie Amos Talks the Driving Force Behind Her #BlackGirlMagic

Houston, Texas native, Bukie Amos is a young entrepreneur who exudes black girl magic to its fullest. At a young age, her brothers, Ade & Remi, taught her that she didn’t need the validation of others to be great. Her brother Ade also inspired her to create her clothing line Raw-ish and continues to help her along her new ventures. As a result of her determination, she is now a successful business owner, and is continuously working on new ways to make her brand a force to be reckon with!

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