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20023 minutes ago
So Back In January 2015, At The Age Of 25, I Embarked On The Journey Of Becoming An Entrepreneur. Oh My God What A Huge Step And Decision. It Was Nothing Like I Thought It Would Be. I Loved Everything About It. The Early Days And Late Nights. The Sacrifices. The Highs And The Lows. Fast Forward To January 2019, My Beautiful Boutique @luckyfindstb Is No Longer. I'm Late To Sharing, I Know. I Needed Some Time. But As I Sit Here Typing This, I Can Hold My Head High And Be Proud Of What I've Achieved And Accomplished. Just Because One Door Closes, Doesn't Mean I Won't Be Knocking Down And Opening Others. I Appreciate And Love All The Independent Designers That Put Their Clothes In My Store, Everyone That Has Ever Shopped Or Visited. This Is Only The Beginning. My Inner Girl Boss Will Never Let Me Stop Pushing Forward. I'm A Creative Hustler. Watch Me Work
. #SnapsNYC#LuckyFindsTB#SupportBlackBusiness#RealLife#WhatMostWontShare#DreamsAndNightmares#KnowWhenToHoldThemAndWhenToFoldThem#Repost@snapsnyc. I wanna #Salute@snapsnyc one of the Best #BossChicks I ever Met 🏆🏆🥇💪🏽 not to many people have the guts to start a business, and u did. It’s not the ending it’s the beginning of New Business adventures #BlackGirlzRock#BlackGirlMagic love ❤️ u Boo 😘 and we will never forget what u did for @urbangeekznyc 🤓 🙌🏽🙌🏽💪🏽💪🏽💪🏽
“Canvas é uma FERRAMENTA DE MODELAGEM. O método foi lançado em 2008, pelo empreendedor Alexander Osterwalder e grandes empresas como a @microsoft e a @mastercard usam essa ferramenta para melhorar seus produtos e processos.” #Repost@falaaichefia
✨N E W A R T I C LE (biolink @womenontopp / womenontopp.com)
You might be under the impression that a person’s intelligence is predetermined based on genetics or other factors… In other words, you are either smart or you are not. But research tells us that’s not the case at all. In fact, the data shows how we approach situations and how we feed our brains can significantly improve our mental horsepower.
There are many things you can do every day to learn and improve. The tips shared here aren’t complex or difficult to integrate into your daily routine. In fact, getting smarter doesn’t require a huge commitment of time and energy. You just need to be willing to learn.
✨Read the full article in our online magazine womenontopp.com (see biolink @womenontopp)
"Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is God's gift, that's why we call it the present." -Joan Rivers
1321 hour ago
Dreams don’t work unless you do. 💛 but before you jet off in the direction, hear me out. Remember to take care of yourself first. As you are moving and grinding and busting out work for your business or clients, make sure that you remember to put yourself first. ❤️ You can only work as hard as your dreams with the right self care. Meaning eating right, getting that sleep in, exercising your body, and making sure to make time for the filing stuff; like spending time with the family or attending the farmers market. 🍋 Summary: Work hard, but remember to take care of yourself first.
3111 hour ago
These last four months have taught me so much
1. I am very fortunate that I take my security seriously and always plan for worst case scenarios.
2. I manage money better than most people out there who make tenfold what I do.
3. I can live just fine on $12,000 per year through careful budgeting and frugal living.
I have been jobless countless times. I graduated with almost 6 figure student debt. I don’t make pharmacist or investment banker or engineer money. Far from it actually. But my discipline, consistency, and determination HAVE allowed me to pay off a considerable amount of debt over five years and survive COMFORTABLY without any income whatsoever for several months at the start of this year.
These last several months being jobless and living off the savings I had for myself have encouraged me to be even more aggressive with calculating exactly how LITTLE I need in order to get by and how much I need to save/invest in order to “purchase” my freedom by reaching financial independence.
After student loans are finally paid off next summer, I’d only need to make $20k per year at the very minimum in order to “retire” (a.k.a financial independence) before 40 if I’m aggressive with my savings rate/investments. Not bad.
It pays to manage your finances y’all.
Do you want to work for someone else your entire life or do you want the chance to work for yourself and do what YOU want.
Don’t be a slave to your employers. Get out of the rat race ASAP.
I’ve known Todd since I was 5 years old. And one thing I for sure know about him is he doesn’t like settling.⠀
And at one point in his career, he realized he could have more. Can you relate? Maybe you have it pretty good...but you feel like there has got to be another way?⠀
I know I definitely related 🙋🏼♀️⠀
Todd used to work in the athletic department for a NY college. And while he liked it, he knew it wasn’t how he wanted to spend the rest of his life.⠀
So he jumped into network marketing while he was still at his full time job. He hustled hard, was super coachable and was willing to learn as he continued to grow.⠀
It didn’t happen overnight. And it certainly didn’t happen within his comfort zone.⠀
But now he works for himself, from anywhere in the world and builds his income around his life and the things that light him up the most. Like beaching it with his dog, traveling, and rollerblading at the PB boardwalk.⠀
Be sure to peep 👀 my stories to hear his full story and see a day in the life.