Being a strong woman doesn't mean taking down others around you. Instead, be a leader, assert yourself, help others when you can, and don't apologize for being a woman.
We often get so busy taking care of our friends, that we forget to take care of our own needs. Sometimes you need to put yourself first on your list of priorities.
I know the world seems very uncertain right now, and sometimes the drumbeat of unsettling news can be so overwhelming it can paralyze you. But don't get stuck in the past. Create the healthy boundaries you need to stay focused on your future and the concrete actions you can take to move forward -
You can’t predict the future and you can’t control the actions of other people. But you can control yourself and your own actions. Invest in yourself and trust that you can get the job done. Beyonce shares this piece of wisdom: Here’s what’s up at Bossed Up this week: This Galentin
It’s easy to get comfortable living life, but when you get comfortable with the norm, you don’t reap the greatest rewards. Get uncomfortable and challenge yourself this week. Take a risk to get you that next achievement. Take it from 2016 Summer Olympics Gymnast Dipa Karmakar: Here’s
Isn’t it great when opportunity and your goals align at the same time? However, this doesn’t happen as much as we’d like it to. In these cases, you must make your own opportunity like a boss. Be assertive. Make it happen. Heed these words from retired Army General Ann Dunwoody: He
We’re kicking off the second week of the new year! How’s 2017 treating you? Much of what the year holds is still unknown. The challenges we’ll face and the best moments we’ll encounter are yet to be seen. But don’t let this uncertainty paralyze you boss. Embrace the