FEEDBACK REQUESTED: Below are my topics for my upcoming podcast, Sis & Sip. Would you tune in (targeting black women, 25 - 45 years)? I AM CURRENTLY SEEKING GUEST SPEAKERS with expertise in: Financial planning, wealth building, mental health/counseling, women's health, and spiritual issues (varying religious understand but primarily well versed in various forms of … Continue reading Sis & Sip Podcast Seeking Guest Speakers!
If we (the Black community) understood the value of working together and supporting one another we'd be much further ahead. But nooooo, instead of joining together- we all gotta shine. Instead of investing our money to build a business that can compete everybody gotta have they own hustle. You and 99 of your friends selling … Continue reading Supporting #BlackBusiness [Do Better! ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE AFRICAN AMERICAN].
You will recieve a return wherever you intentionally invest your energy. Stop gossiping about folk then getting mad when they gossip about you - that's your harvest. Stop scheming against others and being surprised when things always seem to turn against you - that's your harvest. Stop lying all the time while having the nerve … Continue reading The Reaping….what do you sow?
I applaud John Legend for his willingness to speak out. I hope more men follow his lead. It angers me to hear how many men (and older women) around #rkelly had opportunities to (at minimum) report him to authorities and/or get these girls away, warn these parents, etc....and they didn't. A little of my story … Continue reading I Didn’t Survive #RKelly, but I survived so many like him….
Listen. The problem with most people is you're projecting your problems onto others. Everything is everyone else's fault, nothing is ever your own. Understand, if your life is the sum of everyone else's mistakes, so is your future. To take control of your life you must face yourself and get honest about your bullshit. You … Continue reading IT’S YOUR LIFE. TAKE CONTROL.
People love to give children a pass on poor behaviors when they're little....then wanna be all super hard on them when they become teenagers and wonder why they having such a hard time getting a child to listen...IT STARTS YOUNG! Stop spoiling the hell out of these kids, babying them (especially the boys! Ugh!),and giving … Continue reading Discipline starts EARLY. #Parenting
If you want to help someone who has a mental/emotional health issue, one of the best things you can do is L-I-S-T-E-N to them (cause people just really don't listen). The second thing you can do is respect their words/feelings/triggers/boundaries as if they were your own. The third thing you can do is check in … Continue reading Four things you can do, right now, to help someone with a mental/emotional health issue. By #TristaDaniell