Gary Vaynerchuk is as he’d like to call himself a pure bread entrepreneur. He is always sharing great knowledge albeit on his podcast, IG or on his blog. Read some of his greatest gems here.
EBW2020 identifies themselves as a global community of business women. After missing the May gathering, the lovely Melissa Tolud -founder of the Mellola Movement – invited me to attend. Read on to found out what my experience was with EBW2020.
In case you ever felt like whatever you are doing has no use, you’re not alone. But allow me to remind you why you are making a bigger impact than you might be aware of.
It’s never easy to get up while the rest of the world gets to chill. Which is why I made this list of motivating Instagram accounts. Because a bit of motivation can get you a long way.
It’s a new week and so time for some new motivation to help us get our week started. Here are some quotes for you to inspire your grind! Everybody wants to be famous, but nobody wants to do the work. I live by that. You grind hard so you can play hard. At the end of the day, you put all the work in, and eventually it’ll pay off. It could be in a year, it could be in 30 years. Eventually, your hard work will pay off. – Kevin Hart I see you grinding, I see your patience, I see your late nights and early mornings. Hard work pays off. – The Universe Welcome to the grind. The battle royal between you, your mind, your body and the devil on your shoulder telling you this is just a waste of time. – Unknown There’s no substitute for hard work – Thomas Edison Success isn’t always about greatness. It’s about consistency. Consistent hard work leads to success. Greatness will come. – Dwayne Johnson I believe …
A few days ago some of my closest friends a.k.a my master mind group were having one of our early morning group conversations which started with my proposal of “killing ourselves” by going out the night before a seminar we’re attending together. One of them immediately jumped in on the invite. That’s just how he is, he’s the reckless one among us and also our bartender and no this is not a good combination, we barely make it out alive after one night with him. But after I sent out the invite, I was like…Yo, I gotta think this thru. I also gotta work that day, attend my kid brother’s game (trust me this requires almost as much energy as playing the game), next day we got a seminar and I also wanna go out? My old ass self usually need at 48 hours to recover after a night out. This would be a form of suicide! His words: it’s not something that we haven’t done before. And that’s when it hit me. He was …
I said it once and I’ll say it again, this year flew by!
But for the first time in a while I can look back at the year with a smile on my face.
I have failed, overcome and grown in a way that 3 years ago I didn’t deem as possible.
Which is why as a little shoulder pat to myself, I’m listing some of my highlights of ’17.
I was busy cleaning up my blog, when I stumbled upon this post. This article was written 2 years ago when I was also struggling with sharing my writing. Guess I’ve been dealing with this struggle longer than I’m aware of. I might not have overcome my unease of sharing my writing in public, but I can very much look back with pride at my awareness and my ability of analyzing myself. Take a look at one of my first blogposts ever.