Who is Zayla Jacksonn?
Zayla Jacksonn is a happy, courageous and bold, an author, a momprenuer, inspirational speaker, CEO of Get Freedom Financial.
What makes you and your brand unique in the marketplace?
My uniqueness resides in my ability to teach women how to achieve sustainable financial freedom with my proprietary system, The 360 Freedom Method.
Is there one piece of business advice you would give yourself 10 years ago?
Have the courage to let go and grow, do not allow any level of toxic relationships in your life.
Please share your favorite affirmation or motivational quote:
My favorite quote is my own quote that God gave me personally for my freedom journey, it says "Freedom is a gift that can be hijacked from one that has no purpose or direction." by Zayla Jacksonn
What do you plan to accomplish in 2020 and how can readers contact you?
My intention for 2020 is to launch my new book, have a successful book tour, speak on various stages to bring my message of freedom to women, and to start my Freedom Talk Vlog show.
To connect with Zayla Jacksonn on Instagram follow @TheFreedomChic.
Restaurant owners K. Michelle & Shema Fulton
K. Michelle & Shema Fulton kicked off Martin Luther King weekend with their restaurant pop up, “Puff Meets Pearl at Garden Parc on Saturday, January 18th. Attendees were able to sample amazing food and cocktails that are featured on the pop up restaurant menu; as well as take photos in the photo booth sponsored by Woodford Reserve. Music was provided by DJ Toni K.
K. Michelle & Shema Fulton will continue to host a weekly restaurant pop up at Garden Parc on Saturdays until they find a permanent location for their joint venture.
Photo Credit: Chris Mitchell, Marcus Ingram, & Freddy O.
Please introduce yourself and brand to readers:
Hello! I am Ronika Middleton, a girls empowerment leader and speaker. I am the Founder and Executive Director of Our Daughters’ Village, a nonprofit organization that empowers girls to build confidence and self-esteem for middle school girls.
What inspired you to pursue this area of interest?
I struggled with building my confidence and self-esteem during my teen years, so I wanted help teen girls get the resources and support to overcome that struggle. This led to me getting my Bachelors in Psychology and Masters in Counselor Education at Clemson University.
Any advice to ladies interested in the same type of work?
If you are interested making an impact in the world, start within your community. Serving is how you find meaning to your life, so find something that you are passionate about and go make a difference!
What is next for you in 2020?
I will continue to finish our second year with Our Girls Academy Program in Fort Mill, SC. I just accepted a Board Member position for the Children’s Attention Home in Rock Hill, SC to help support the needs of teens that are currently in group home facilities.
How can readers connect with you online and support your efforts?
My website is www.ourdaughtersvillage.com and you can support our programs by volunteering to be a speaker or making a tax-deductible donation at www.ourdaughtersvillage.org/donate
How do you define "Go Getter' and what inspired you to incorporate this messaging with your brand?
A go-getter is someone who has a goal and wants to go get that goal. The struggle is around what action to take to go get that goal. My media content company shares actionable strategies to go get your goals across my social media platforms @speakershinjini, and soon, on our proprietary media platform that we are building to motivate go-getters to go get their goals. There is a gap in the motivational marketplace of actionable, motivational content led by a young immigrant woman of color who reaches global audiences.
What inspired you to create the Classy Living Society?
My upbringing played quite a major role in the creation of Classy Living Society. At age nine, I received a brand new perspective of the world. Just as I was preparing my wish list of Christmas gifts for that year, my parents announced to my siblings and me that in lieu of receiving personal Christmas gifts, our family would adopt a less fortunate family in the community. That year, and each year after that, my family devoted an entire day during the holidays, driving our adopted family to various stores for gifts, food and other essentials. It became our mission to ensure that all of the family’s Christmas wishes and needs were met. These missions became a way of life for us overall, as we sought other ways to give back to the community. But through my experiences during the holidays, I learned the true meaning of Christmas, and ultimately that giving back to those less fortunate was not a hindrance, or drudgery, but a privilege. Out of this early lesson, my passion for community service and volunteerism began.
I left my native Los Angeles, California and moved to Atlanta, Georgia in 1994. I brought with me the combination of a boundless spirit of creativity, originality, free-thinking and professional experience from my business background. I merged these qualities, in addition to skills derived from networking with various professionals, my passion for one-of-a-kind event planning and lifelong determination to proactively contribute to society and founded Classy Living Society in 2013.
Dressing for the office can be tricky. Striking the right balance between professional and personal, while showing a little personality is hard, especially if you also want to be comfortable. Many of us find ourselves sucked into a pattern of dark trouser suits that are easy to wear but offer little in the way of style or fun, and certainly aren’t what we’d have ever imagined ourselves wearing to work day in and day out.
Adding some color is a great way to turn those dull office outfits into striking looks that make you feel strong and confident, perhaps even boosting your performance at work. What you wear might not seem important, but feeling happy and confident, and looking professional is key when it comes to being successful in the workplace. Adding some life to those boring suits can help you to get noticed, and give you a way to show different sides of your personality in the office. Believe it or not, adding a little color could be what changes your work life for the better. So let’s take a look at some ways to do it.
Don’t Be Scared to Be Bold