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In this episode I give information on one of the simplest ways you can take control of your path. Without this simple Focus I promise you your path will be a lot harder. But it's been my experience and many others that this is the Central Key to anyone success.
Why do so many feel like it's impossible or just difficult to break with the norms? Some people choose to follow the same unhealthy patterns that others do mostly because it feels safer than being "different."
But being different could be the difference between life and death on the extreme side, but it is always the difference between being empowered by CHOOSING how you will live.
In this episode I talk about simple ways to figure out how you want to live and how to make it happen.
This has been a major year for Serena, new marriage, new baby, and standing up for her right to dress as she wants, win Grand Slams and the conflict she had with a judge.
But in this episode, I focused on the power of her choice in wardrobe and her reaction when she was criticized.
In this episode we break down the concept of Love. Is it necessary? Is it the thing that we're really looking for? Let me know what you think. Let's talk about it
There is such a fine line between the 2. And it's the rare man who understands the difference and knows how to choose and use the successful version of the 2.
It’s either too big or too small. Everybody gotta have it all, apparently.
Butt injections and implants have been in the news in recent months. There’s even a documentary about the tragedies of toxic injections being inserted into backsides
BET’s “Killer Curves” is all about horror stories of butts falling apart or getting infected and several women even dying as a result of the search for a Ripe Apple bottom.
And the public outcry is blaming the hip hop industry for its fixation on big butts and curves.
*insert loud ass brakes*
What does your nose or ass got to do with talent?
Not a damn thing.
All these stories about some agent or producer or executive telling a woman that something about her body needs to be altered before she can receive their backing or support.
Here are 2 facts to remember:
Why are these 4 words so feared?
Why do we hesitate to share a photo, or a loving thought about our partner.
We are so ready and willing to share any other happiness we experience, so why not this one?
There are 3 common reasons for this:
Author: Jessica Bordelon
Passionate, powerful, & gentle, she is an artist that captures the strength , power & energy of femininity in its purest form.