In case you were wondering what happened to the rest of the video above, there is more!
I wanted to take time out to share with my readers some of the wonderful things that I’ve come across along my journey. In particular, the concept of manifesting goals has been at the top of my list.
Lately, I’ve been experiencing some of the most wonderful things because I’ve been able to apply lessons that I’ve gathered over the years to make my dreams come true. With lots of practice, and much trial and error, I think I’ve gotten this whole manifestation thing down to a science. And that’s what I want to share with you.
“It has been wayyyy too long since my last post. This should not happen!!! Especially with all the beautiful lessons that I am learning, and the amazing people who I meet daily. I vow to do better.” –@ BCSTARKS
HWIC = Head Women In Charge
Most recently I have bounced between a new fabulous job in the industry that I love most (Hair), and my final thesis project before graduating with a Master’s degree in Public Relations. My last project happens to be on the brand which I am currently working for, which I am beyond excited about. Today, while doing research on the history of African-American hair care enterprises, I came across some amazing videos that were posted to Madame Noire, a blog that I subscribe to on Facebook, and frequent occasionally.
The videos, which are part of an interview series titled “She’s The Boss” that the creators of the blog started to showcase the stories and accomplishments African-American businesswomen and entrepreneurs, are phenomenal! So much so, that I had to share them with my readers… or those of you that are left. Lol (I’m so sorry y’all!!)
Please check out each one of them if you can, yes, even if you are not African-American. They are inspiring for any human being that aspires to do something special with their purpose and talents in life. In addition, they represent a little bit of everything, for everyone. From music lovers, to fashion, to public relations, to business, to sports… You name it, these women are LIFE!!!!
More about She’s The Boss:
Twenty episodes. Twenty phenomenal women. She’s the Boss captures the business savvy, style and spirit of New York City’s most successful black businesswomen. Created specifically to cater to the unique environment of online television viewing, the series features intimate one-on-one interviews and the day-to-day activities of corporate executives, industry leaders, and entrepreneurs. She’s the Boss offers practical advice and inspiration to the largely female demographic among MadameNoire.com fans.
Hear that “click-clack?” That’s the sound of their stilettos dancing on the glass ceiling!
I am a woman who came from the cotton fields of the South. From there I was promoted to the washtub. From there I was promoted to the cook kitchen and from there I promoted myself into the business of manufacturing hair goods and preparations. . . . I have built my own factory on my own ground… I got my start by giving myself a start… There is no royal flower-strewn path to success. And if there is, I have not found it for if I have accomplished anything in life it is because I have been willing to work hard.
– Madam C. J. Walker, 1912, is a pioneer of the modern hair care and cosmetics industries, and America’s first African American millionaire and female entrepreneur.