Why Media is Important for Women
Who Want More Influence

So, you’ve done the hard work of breathing life into your business, and now you’re ready to share it with the world. The only question is — How?! How do you get your name out there? How do you stand out? How do you earn the world’s trust? The answer, my friend, is by tapping into the power of the media. Learn why media is important for establishing credibility, amplifying your brand, and women’s empowerment as a whole. Read More

This is How You Own the Place
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“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

How to Focus & Get Shit Done in the Midst of Personal Chaos (P.S. You’re Going to Survive)

When your personal life feels like hell, when you’re going through a break-up or divorce, grieving a death, dealing with a challenging family relationship or enduring any kind of high-stress situation, it can be so hard to handle even the most basic business tasks. Normal things like answering emails or replying to a voicemail suddenly feel overwhelming. You look at your desk with bleary, teary eyes and everything feels like too much. But you are strong and capable and you will survive this, whatever you’re going through. You will. From one woman to another, here’s my advice on how to keep running your business and get work done, even when your personal life feels completely bonkers. Read More

You Should Know Her: Tamika D. Mallory

Tamika D. Mallory is an esteemed social justice leader, advocate, activist and mother. This fiery, outspoken organizer has remained a consistent fixture in the civil rights movement for nearly 20 years, gaining recognition as one of four co-chairs for the Women’s March on Washington. Read More

You Should Know Her: Chiara Mazzucco

You should know Empowered Mindset Coach and author Chiara Mazzucco who helps women find and connect with their inner strength to build the life of their dreams. Right now, she’s heavily focused on helping women monetize their stories and start their service based side hustles. Find out the piece of advice she’d give women dealing with fear today. Read More