“But they don’t believe in me…”Details
The ‘Courage to Launch Your Big Dream’ Retreat
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The Latest on the Sacred Bombshell Blog…
Another great conversation with Coach Tia Johnson. This video webinar was even better than the first. If you missed part 1 of this two part series, find it here…
This lesson is about the mistakes and missteps we made when starting out as business owners.
Here’s the official deal: “Life Coaches Abiola Abrams and Tia Johnson are leading a Sacred Business Breakthrough Bootcamp for heart-centered at the University of Pennsylvania bookstore on Sunday, November 2 in Philadelphia from 2-5pm. Abiola’s coaching focus is Self-Worth and Tia’s coaching focus is spiritual empowerment. Come to find out what your business might be missing.Details
Our second movie post in a row. We are still a wellness and lifestyle blog…
Last summer when I gave a keynote speech at the Essence Festival in New Orleans, I was in very good hands. One of the goddesses making things run smoothly was filmmaker Quan Lateef-Hill. She was smart, funny, and on the ball in making the production seem seamless!
This woman also has some magic with her. I often pull one of my African Goddess Affirmation Cards at random and gift people with the spontaneous insight. The card I pulled for Quan completely “coincidentally” (we know there are no coincidences) was Quandisa or Qandisa, Moroccan Goddess of Sensuality in my deck.
I originally wasn’t going to hand over the card, fearing it might be inappropriate in a work environment, even though I am the Essence.com Intimacy Intervention advice columnist. I followed my intuition, handed it over, and Quan loved the juicy insight. She reveled she is a newlywed and pointed out her handsome husband.
Check out our fun and inspiring conversation about her new film…Details
“The key points of this movie are true, of how she bought this group of kids together from all over the world. Dr. [Catana] Starks was flexible to understand that we needed to kind of Hollywoodize her story so that we could make it attractive enough for people to want to buy a ticket and want to see this story. ” —Pierre Bagley via WikipediaDetails
How are you sabotaging your business success?
How do you as a heart-centered business owner define being an entrepreneur?
“it’s time to make an important distinction about what, at bottom, a true entrepreneur is. Why? Because it concerns the very engine of economic growth and the people we are counting on—desperately—to rev it up. Consider the following two definitions of “entrepreneur”: one found in Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, the other from Dictionary.com. Merriam-Webster: “one who organizes, manages and assumes the risks of a business or enterprise.” Dictionary.com: “a person who organizes and manages any enterprise, especially a business, usually with considerable initiative and risk.” The difference is subtle, but fundamental: It’s the word “any.”
Dictionary.com has it right: Entrepreneurs, in the purest sense, are those who identify a need—any need—and fill it. It’s a primordial urge, independent of product, service, industry or market.” – Via Forbes MagazineDetails
This workshop is for established and aspiring heart-centered women business owners, creative professionals, and spiritual entrepreneurs.
We are spiritual beings creating a business experience.
It’s time to go beyond vision boards.
Here’s how to do that.
We’re breaking it down from sales to social media in a series of energetically charged, self-worth sessions.
Happy Diwali, my Guyanese brothers and sisters.
Right now, the country where my parents call home is lit up for Diwali, the festival of lights. I invited my dad to write about why this moment is so powerful right now.
Why my dad? He’s a preacher and religious scholar in addition to being an author, journalist and world-renowned precious metals expert. Yup, a renaissance man who knows the power of the moon.
Here, my dad explains why this moment is so spiritually powerful and why it’s really the new year. He recently studied the Kabbalah. We’ll have him write about those lessons for us next.
The assignment? “Hey Daddy, can you please explain to my blog readers what you taught us about Diwali and the power of the noon moon?”
Whoo hoo! Let’s “listen in…” -aaDetails
Sugar and Spice Press categorizes this juicy new book “Here’s to Hounds” as interracial romance. Keshia says, “The world has changed but mainstream romance is still considered to be white on white action. Until I see women openly reading the interracial writing world’s ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ then I won’t stop writing.”
We haven’t had a chance to read her work but we’re sure it ROCKS and wanted to show some support to the fabulous author.
Keshia Robertson is definitely a personality people will be talking about as we go forward. She believes in herself and is creating her own destiny. Her specialty is spicy and fun storytelling. Work it, Miss Keshia!
We salute this Sacred Bombshell for making her mark. She is beautiful inside and out…Details
“A hamburger, also called a beef burger, hamburger sandwich, burger or hamburg, is a sandwich consisting of one or more cooked patties of ground meat, usually beef, placed inside a sliced bun. Hamburgers are often served with lettuce, bacon, tomato, onion, pickles, cheese and condiments such as mustard, mayonnaise, ketchup, relish, and green chile. The term burger can also be applied to the meat patty on its own, especially in the UK where the term patty is rarely used. The term may be prefixed with the type of meat used as in turkey burger or veggie burger.” – via WikipediaDetails
Our prayers are with the missing Nigerian girls and their families. It’s time to #BringBackOurGirls. -Michelle Obama
On the night of April 14, a group of militants kidnapped more than 200 teenage girls from the Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok, Nigeria. Abubakar Shekau, who leads the terrorist organization Boko Haram based in northeast Nigeria, claimed that his group was behind the kidnappings. “I abducted your girls,” Shekau said, adding that Boko Haram was holding the girls and would “sell them in the market.” -via WhiteHouse.govDetails
‘We must, we must, we must increase our bust.’ – Judy Blume; Remember that?
“The five year survival rate of breast cancer is over 90% when caught early. The first sign is often a breast lump or an abnormal mammogram. Stages range from early and curable to metastatic breast, with a variety of treatments. Male breast cancer is not uncommon and must be taken seriously.” – WebMD