Posts tagged inspiration
Lin Marty On Balancing Passion, Pursuit, And Family

It was perfect timing and the perfect message. Listening to a podcast about creative pursuit, Lin Marty knew this was a sign to start her photography business. With more than 10 years of advertising experience in Corporate America, she was at a crossroad. So she did what any creative genius would do, she merged her interests together.Read more about Lin’s transition from Corporate America to photographer extraordinaire.

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How Nigel Stokes-Noah Lost 145 Pounds & Helps Others Do the Same Through Boxing

It’s almost impossible to scroll through Instagram without seeing a picture of someone at the gym or a post of someone eating a healthy dinner. Everyone wants to be fit. But in reality, many of us are still not making the right lifestyle changes we need to see healthy results. Nigel used to be in that predicament. She knew she wanted to change but she didn’t do much about it until she finally decided enough was enough. Since that decision, she has lost 145 pounds, opened an elite boxing club for women, and has never looked back.

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How Being a Single Mom Taught Blogger Brianne Patrice to Be Confident & Self-Aware

As a single mom, blogger, sister, daughter and fiancé, each aspect of her life has taught her many things that define the person she has become. Learn more about how she overcame her biggest insecurity as a child, how she dealt with the woes that often come with motherhood and how she learned to finally embrace Brianne Patrice.

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Preet Sohi on How to Overcome Gender Inequality in the Workplace

“A nail in the wall with one hammer” is synonymous with Preet Sohi. A woman of multiple trades and acquired skills ranging from modeling, acting, IT consulting and entrepreneurship. She is a woman that is motivated and passionate about empowering women socio-economically. A brave soul and dare devil, she knows all about exploring a male dominated world and she knows how to achieve success despite roadblocks and challenges. Explore her captivating journey below. 

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Love Anyway & Accept Life’s Opportunities: A Candid Interview with Tricey

Life’s struggles do not define you. Every single person is given a dose of hardships and each individual must decide the type of impact their hardships will have on their destiny. If anything, trials and tribulations make your accomplishments and best days even more satisfying, and we are sure that today’s feature can attest to that.

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Meagan Drillenger Founder Of Vaera Retreats Combines Inspiring Women, Entrepreneurship And Travel

We always here things like travel is life, but for Megan it is truly her life. She lives, breathes and provide a cost of living for herself traveling to different areas around the world, while doing something she loves to do. She decided to start a business and bring other women along to experience it with her.

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Your Career Girl, Dorianne St. Fleur, on How to Find Balance in Work & Life

As you probably witness daily, the balance between work and life is not an easy one to maintain. But Career Strategist, Dorianne St. Fleur, accepts that there will never be a 50/50 split. Still, she comes mighty close to fulfilling balance, or at least structure, in her everyday life. Dorianne has managed to create a life where she is in full control of her schedule, despite being an HR Director at an advertising technology company, an entrepreneur, writer, mother and wife. Find out how she finds balance in her life and the three things you can do to attain a sense of balance in your own everyday life as well.

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Brittany De Grofft on the power of speaking life into your dreams

At the age of 5, Brittany told her mom that she was going to be a ballerina. To prove it, her mom still has a home video of her laying around the house. Ballet has always been a tremendous part of Britany since she was young. She recalls watching dance videos with her grandma and knowing that she would be a ballet dancer someday. With lots of practice, challenges and discipline, Brittany De Grofft currently is a part of the American Ballet Theatre and enjoys living and breathing dance. 

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Deanna Fusillo, Solving Problems one Instagram Story @ A Time

I'm a problem solver and idea executor. Challenge me and watch the outcome. That is the mantra of Deanna of Sassy Girl Media. She is obsessed with helping others go after their dream and she finds it truly rewarding when those dreams succeed. Life balance has been an art she is working to conquer. Deanna took a few moments from her busy life to talk with us about her challenges of 2016 and gave insight on how businesses connect with their followers online.

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Chari Chin-Young is still promoting peace around the world

Chari Chin-Young realizes that a better life begins at the end of your comfort zone. And it wasn’t until she realized the benefits of trading comfort for growth that she truly started living. She is a young peace-seeker, who has dedicated her life to travel and service. And she is now the co-founder of World Peace Connection and a part of Unearth Travel-prenuers YouTube channel. 

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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 Chelsea Whitley Became a Mom at 17 and a Entrepreneur at 24

Her circumstances were anything but easy and her life choices may have caused others to write her off and question her destiny. Yet seven years later, Chelsea has managed to find a balance between motherhood, entrepreneurship and a life outside of it all. Find out how Chelsea manages her schedule throughout the week to ensure that she has enough time to get things done and spend quality time with her daughter. She also shares details on the tough decision she had to make between money & peace not too long ago.

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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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5 Tips to Building a Business out of Your Passions with Fitness Influencer and Photographer Mena Darre

June 2, 2017 is a special day for Mena Darre. That’s the day she plans to take the leap and quit her day job to focus full-time on working in her passions. “No matter how busy I get, I squeeze in time for what's important.” Teaching at an all-girls charter school, Mena has learned the importance of setting a strong example for young women. Continue reading to find out how she balances all of her ambitions.

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