As a Creator, please share how your efforts help women to thrive.
As a Creator, the content that I write and mentoring others helps women to thrive. In my books, whether it is Tryals and Trybulations or The Glambitious Guide to Winning in 2020, I try to provide women and men tips and tools on how to persevere through hard times. For example, Tryals and Trybulations touch on the subject of domestic violence. I know a lot of women (and men) suffer from this so I wanted to bring this topic to the forefront and show another way of coming out on the other side. With The Glambitious Guide to Winning in 2020, I discuss how Fear can stifle you and prevent you from walking into your dream and provide tips on how to overcome. I've mentored several people using the same proven model that my coach gave me to help get their dream started into being an Author.
Please introduce yourself to our readers:
Hello! My name is Tiarra Moore, and I am a 17-year science educator, fruit and vegetable gardener, and budding entrepreneur. I am originally from Buffalo, NY, but now reside in Metro Atlanta, GA. I have the privilege of merging my science education background with one of my businesses, which is educating women about the dangers of conventional sanitary napkins and tampons on the female reproductive system and body and providing them with a safe alternative through Jewel Premium Sanitary Napkins. I am also a crafter! I create custom rhinestone, vinyl, and printed shirts, accessories, and keepsakes.
My greatest testament of strength is that I am a lupus survivor. I was diagnosed in 2004, the same year my father passed away from a heart attack. That was one of the most challenging years of my life. Living with lupus has been a hard road, but I've learned to manage it greatly by healing my gut and through diet and nutrition, as well as the Creator's grace and mercy.
As a Creator, please share how your efforts help women to thrive.
The target population of my business is women. We help women to discover their God given gift and monetize the gift converting it into a 5-7 figure income generating business in what we call converting passion to profits.
Describe what makes you a visionary:
The first thing that makes me a visionary is that I don't look to society for validation. I've learned over the years that being my most authentic self is what has been most appealing to my audience. It has always been my goal to carve out my niche in this industry without conforming to the "norm" We live in a society where many are trading their authenticity for popularity and finding validation in what they're wearing or what they spent on their wardrobe instead of who they are. As a fashion therapist, it is my job to help heal my clients from the outside in.
You have to win in your mind before the world see you win. You are created for signs and wonders and belong at the TOP.
I am Nana Churcher an award winning talkshow host of The Nana Churcher Show which is a chat show, an International speaker and author of The Power of Your Words. I live in London with my husband Pastor Alfred Churcher and four beautiful children, Lois, Esther, Grace and Jeremy.
WHAT MAKES ME A VISIONARY?
Growing up, I always had big dreams. I had a vision of having my own tv show with a global audience. It was going to be a show that will bring out the greatness in people no matter their back ground, by them watching or listening to my interview with guests. The content was also to educate, motivate and entertain the viewers.
The zeal and passion, and not taking no for answer brought my vision to life. I am super proud to say The Nana Churcher Show is up and running and we will be celebrating 8years of amazing interviews from around the world.
SHARE 3 KEY STEPS THAT HELP YOU BRING YOUR VISION TO LIFE.
1. VISION STATEMENT: The vision statement of the show was very important. I clearly defined what the show was about. It was about inspiring, empowering people and helping to ignite the greatness in them through interviews they will watch on my show.
2. DON'T LIMIT YOURSELF
Visionaries dream big. I am a big dreamer and did not allow fear or what people say surcharge my vision. Having a tv show with production cost was very scary and uncomfortable, but I did understand it wasn't about me and that made it exciting and got me out of my comfort zone.
3. DO THE WORK AND SACRIFICE
If its to be its up to me the saying goes. I am a firm believer of working hard and sacrificing. Writing down action steps that focuses on the show. I pursued avenues that had informations regards to talkshow,. I learnt from successful tvhosts my favourites Larry King and Oprah Winfrey and speakers Les Brown and Bishop TD Jakes. I do attend lots of networking events, worked late nights for years and sacrificed parties and outings for the show to be what it is today.
WHAT IS NEXT FOR YOU IN 2020
2020 was declared a year of fruitfulness on New Year's day in my church. I still believe so even though the first quarter has been challenging worldwide with covid 19.
I have scheduled live shows and book tour in Europe, Africa and the USA with my book The Power of Your Words later on in the year and my second book BiggerDreams will be out as well.
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What makes you a visionary?
I'm a visionary because I have the ability to see my future self and not let my current circumstances hinder or stop me! I have been given a unique gift that is my very own to nurture and mold and ultimately to share with the world. Even though many don't understand or fully support my vision, I know it is for an appointed time and my breakthrough will be here sooner than later! Visionaries are trailblazers and often are the first in their lanes to create something that's next level or unprecedented. I am loving that I get to blaze the trail for where passion and purpose meet with my brand entitled "Modeling Pharmacist !"
List the top 3 steps that have helped you bring you vision to life:
The top 3 steps that have helped me to bring my vision to life:
1) Consistency- I had to make up my mind that I was going to be successful in my brand and that I had to invest and work on it even when I didn't see the immediate results.
2) Self Belief- I believe in Samantha DeLoache all day and every day!! Lol! I don't care what anyone has to say- I truly BELIEVE that I will have success one day and one day soon!!
3) Continuing to Stretch Myself/ Be a Lifelong Learner- I have had to grow and stretch in my craft. I can never get complacent and think that I have arrived. I have to continually look for new and innovative ideas and ALWAYS be willing to learn!
How have you pivoted this year to still reach your goals:
I have pivoted this year to still reach my goals by continuing to push out content and stay consistent with my posting on social media. I'm remaining active while still being relevant and authentic. I'm still trying to grow my followers and the best way I can do that is by remaining Consistent! The race is not given to the swift but to the one who endures to the very end!
Share ways that readers can support your efforts + connect with you online:
Readers can support my efforts and connect with me online by going to my www.linktr.ee/samanthadeloache or $samanthadeloache
Please introduce yourself to our readers.
Hi Readers!! My name is Brianna Knight and I am a Traveling Makeup Artist that is based out of Atlanta, Ga. I am Founder and CEO of III.VI.Artistry, which is a brand that focuses on Enhancing Beauty, Elevating Confidences, Healing Insecurities and Creating Masterpieces one brush stroke at a time. Each glam session is therapy for both myself as well as my clients. Together we create, build, uplift and locate ways to support one another on our quests to fulfillment all through makeup application. I have built a community of wealthy, like minded women who engage in creating platforms for us all to stand on in hopes of promoting forward progression for women of all demographics.
I've journaled throughout my entire life, and have decided to share more of my writings/thoughts in hopes that it will inspire you!!
If this post helps you at all, feel free to sow a $2 seed into the Glambitious brand via cashapp: $TheGlamCEO
I've always been extremely hard on myself ...throughout my entire life. I'm not sure what inspired this way of being, but it has consistently propelled me to be a high achiever. With the very recent shift in our global paradigm, I've had more time than ever to dissect myself, my actions, my journey and thought patterns. I deduced that there's been an ongoing illusion that I have the complete power to change any situation and mold life into the vision I see as best. This mindset has often plagued me in the past, when an outcome didn't meet my expectations. I would consequentially take myself to court as the judge and the jury, over every life decision that could have yielded a better outcome.
The current circumstances we all find ourselves to be facing is completely out of our control. This leads me to realize that perhaps we can't out run or out shine our destiny. I realize more than ever that the same renewed grace that God gives us daily, we have to give ourselves! I can't beat myself up for yesterday's mindset or shortcomings. At any given moment, we are all doing the best that we can. Even if that includes being in pajamas all day and baking cookies, instead of launching a new webinar. I'm not holding myself accountable for an impossible standard of productivity in this current season.
Life is not easy and this present reality should be managed with care. Positive mental health practices include knowing when to relax, relate & release. There's a meme I've seen circulated that essentially says if you don't come out of this pandemic with more money and success you've wasted a good opportunity. HOW SWAY? We are not on vacation, we are dealing with a Global Pandemic.
It doesn't matter if "Lashanda made $10K on Instagram today"....that will not pressure me into moving beyond my own capacity. I'm committed to God first, myself second and to serve others third. I feel confident that as long as I manage myself and health - that God will provide provision. I urge you the reader, to adapt a similar mentality and not let social media guilt you into neglecting your sanity for the sake of perceived success.
2 Corinthians 9:8 ...And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work.
Feel free to connect with me on Instagram and share your feedback on this: @iamLillieMae @GlambitiousIAM
What inspired you to become a CEO?
I'm passionate about helping individuals, and have made it my life's mission to motivate and encourage others to think bigger. I'm of Haitian descent and my people have migrated around the world, and many have died in pursuit of something better. I'm just fulfilling a vision that we don't have to settle, we don't have to give on wanting more in life. In so doing my mission to mentor and uplift others have taken a life of its own. I just woke up one day and realized that if I want change, I have to be the change, I have to break from this mold of culture. So I raised up and took charge, everything just became what it is today.
Please introduce yourself to our readers:
Janea is the host and creator of H.E.R. Story Podcast, LLC, which is a women empowerment podcast focused on highlighting women of color. She is a firm believer in the power of storytelling and creating various platforms for women to share their resources.
Her journey of self-acceptance led her to establish Kloset Fitness, LLC--a fitness apparel store focused on creative designs for women of all sizes.
Janea is a Louisiana native and has a passion for advocacy and uplifting the voices of communities who have been historically neutered. She is the 2020 Census Director and Program Manager for the Power Coalition for Equity and Justice, the 501(c)3 civic engagement table for the state of Louisiana. Her work includes the statewide growth of the Power Coalition and the implementation of core programming, including She Leads! A leadership program for female leaders of color; Black Men and Boys Statewide work; and policy/advocacy work. She also oversees the Power Coalition for Equity and Justice Census work, including conducting research, work planning, convening, programming, and evaluation.
Before her position with the Power Coalition, Janea worked at the East Baton Rouge Metro Council as the Legislative Assistant to Councilwoman Erika L. Green (D-5) and Court System Supervisor for Assumption Parish. She spends much of her time volunteering for nonprofits such as the Butterfly Society, St. Vincent De Paul, Big Buddy Program, and Dream Works Louisiana. She is a 2019 BOLD (Black Organizing for Leadership & Dignity) Fellow and also a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Janea earned her B.A. in Political Science from Southern University and A&M College, where she also received a Masters of Public Administration (MPA). Through a commitment to service to a cause greater than self, she hopes to inspire millennials to take an active stand in their communities.
What makes you a visionary?
A visionary is someone who can hope and plan for the future. I am a firm believer in the power of the tongue and creating the life I want to live. Personal experiences taught me to create my pathway and dreams, even when it seems impossible. It is essential to accept the "now" and find innovative ways to create a better future for your life and the lives of others. Never remain complacent. James Allen said it best, "A person is only limited to the thoughts that he chooses." Frankly, I always choose to WIN, and within that journey of winning, I also want to educate and help others along the way.
Share the 3 key steps that helped you bring your vision to life:
Affirmation, Prayer, and Meditation. Even if you don't have the full details of the plan, first believe in your vision. The path to getting there is all within the journey. Affirm and understand what is to come and align your vision with God through prayer and meditation.
What is next for you in 2020?
2020 is the year of my voice. At the height of the new year, I decided to do nothing without intention. My voice and power of influence are one of the many gifts that ignite my passion for helping others. I will continue to leverage the voices of others and create power building structures through community organizing, advocacy, and women empowerment.
How can readers connect with you online?
My Instagram handle is @janea_claire13, or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.