Confidence in Chucks: Kamala Makes
History and Paves the Way

It’s Black History Month, and what a time in our history to celebrate! In February (and every day!) we honor in an intentional way the incredible Black women who have affected so much change in the world. Women like Rosa Parks, Sojourner Truth, Audre Lorde, Shirley Chisholm, and modern-day heroes like Maxine Waters and Stacey Abrams come to mind. While looking back is an important tradition, we can also look to right now in celebrating Black history. It is so important to acknowledge what is true: Black history is happening right now and it’s incredible. Read More

How Big is Your Brave?
Let’s Slay the Final Quarter of 2020.

I believe that worthiness and creating a powerful, compelling brand are inextricably linked. For a woman to truly claim her sovereignty, she must clear out the dusty old patriarchal cobwebs of limiting beliefs, stop playing small, harness her courage and be willing to take massive action – even if she’s afraid. Then when she builds a solid brand foundation with strategy and focus, that’s when the magic happens. If you would like to work closely with me (and an intimate group of kickass women!) for the next three months, read more about the Step Into the Spotlight program here. Read More

This is How You Own the Place
(Enter to WIN Your Very Own Copy of
“Like She Owns the Place”)

If there’s one thing I know for sure, it’s that confidence and rock solid inner peace don’t come from something outside of you. No amount of Botox injections, workouts, job promotions, coveted reservations at the hot new restaurant or club or designer shoes and handbags will sustain you in the long run. You might get the emotional equivalent of a sugar rush, but that temporary high will be just that – temporary. Maintaining real confidence is work – a daily practice and commitment. It requires patience, dedication, forgiveness, and an incredible amount of self-compassion. Read More

The Time for Being “Politically
Correct” is Over

I’ve had many women come to me in the last year or two and ask me how I’m comfortable using my business platform to talk about politics. “Aren’t you worried about losing potential clients?” they ask, “What if you offend someone?” I usually answer with a question of my own: “How can I not talk about politics today?” Read More