Posts in #Bossmoves
Class in Session: 6 Lessons to Organize My Life

There’s a difference between being busy and being productive and that difference can be summed up into one word: organization. Adopting the habit of being organized and prepared keeps potential disasters at bay and is necessary for our minds and navigating through every day life. Here are my six tips to keeping your day, and ultimately your life, organized from start to finish.

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Feelin’ the Fever: Hot Girl Summer to Boss Moves Fall

It’s not over yet, but ‘Hot Girl Summer’ is coming to a close and while the temperature is about to start cooling down, real bosses are just getting started. Summer time is the time for a lot of people to take a break from the long year they endured and get their minds prepped for the fall but those summer months don’t stop the grind for the rest of us who work hard and play harder during every season…

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5 Mistakes to Avoid as an Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurship is one of the greatest feats in the world. I love to witness people be brave enough to believe in themselves and set out to make their dreams come to life by providing their gifts and ideas to the world. With that pride also comes multiple cringe-inducing thoughts as I see the same first-time-businessmen and women make the same mistakes, I’ve also made, repeatedly.

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Information Overload: All Advice is not good Advice

Everyone has an opinion. Your mom, the neighbor, every blogger on the internet, the random person at the coffee shop. There will probably never be a shortage of advice in the world and that’s not all bad. However, all advice ain’t good either. There are so many self-help and self-development authors, bloggers, and podcasters in today’s society readily available to tell us “simple steps we need to achieve…”, myself included, but there comes a point when we need to filter out what applies and what should fly in our own lives, otherwise self doubt and all around chaos may ensue. I’ve pinpointed four ways to sort through how to deal with information overload.

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Built to Last : 5 Habits to Build Mental Toughness

The mind is one of the most powerful tools we have and subsequently, is so easy to lose control of. Being mentally stable is not something that comes easily, you have to train yourself and constantly work to be mentally healthy concerning all areas of life, including business. If you’re struggling with your mental health or want to save up some tools for those tough days, here are five tips to keep your mind stable. 

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MAKE THE MOVE: GET A MENTOR

I need help and I’m not afraid to say it. Why should I be? Unfortunately, these days acknowledging needing help has become synonymous with weakness. However, I don’t buy it and neither should you. For those of us who are passionate about bettering our lives personally and more specifically, professionally, consider finding a mentor. Not sure about what a mentor could do for you? Here are my top reasons for seeking one out immediately:  

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10 Lifechanging Lessons from my Twenties.

Stepping into a new decade or a new season in general has a way of making you look back over your life and think of the people, events, and experiences that have shaped you. While some of the advice I had for my younger self remains, I’ve learned so much more in the past few years. As I get ready to leave my twenties behind, these are the principles I plan to bring with me in this next chapter…

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The "B" Word: Balance

As many of us transition from adolescence to the reality of adult life that comes with a plethora of responsibilities, we try to maintain that “work-life” balance. The means to be able to do what we have to do to pay the bills and still enjoy our personal lives including spending time with family and keeping up with hobbies

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Rules to Negotiating

Whether you’re in the corporate world, working with a small business or freelancing, the time comes when ambitious workers desire to grow in their industry. Growth can look like a raise, a promotion or change in title. Whatever the desire is, preparation and confidence are key. Here’s how to professionally get what you want without selling yourself short.

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TURN YOUR LIFE UP A NOTCH

Those aren’t the kind of internal conversations I want to be having with myself years down the line, so I make decisions every day to step out of the familiarity that is the “comfort zone”. The comfort zone is just that, comfortable. It doesn’t feel too hard, it allows us to coast through life without many failures and  without much pain, but in the end, it’s gotten us nowhere. A life full of regret and untapped potential is what the person who lives in their comfort zone has to look forward to.

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4 Ways Storms benefit our lives

or as long as we live, storms are going to come. Some hit harder than others and some we may never truly understand why they landed in our lives. They may force us to be still and endure while others require us to fight and come out stronger for the next battle ahead. The important thing to remember is that every storm serves a purpose and some leave bigger blessings than messes. 

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HOW TO END SELF-PITY

 A pity party is the one event that no one needs an invitation to. It has to propensity to sneak up on us all at some point in life but it’s not a party you want to make a habit of attending. It’s time to face self-pity head on by dealing with the blows life tends to throw. Here are a few ways to train your mind to stay ready when negativity comes knocking. 

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Confident Women...

“Her confidence is crazy!” When you read that statement I bet someone specific came to mind. Who did you think of, your mom? Your favorite political activist, actress, artist? Did you think of yourself? The confident woman is one who cannot be looked over. There’s something about their presence that exudes ‘#Goals’. Although we should try our best not to compare ourselves to others, sometimes it’s helpful to adopt similar habits of the people we admire in order to become our best selves. Here are 7 of those habits that come with a confident woman:

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Protecting Your Peace

"Ships don't sink because of the water around them. Ships sink because of the water that gets in them." You have to protect your peace and take care of your emotional energy. If you're taking on all this extra drama, you're not going to have the emotional energy you need for your dreams, for your family, and for your assignment

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How To Be A Successful Introvert

It’s no secret that our world shines the brightest spotlight on those who actively seek after it: the performers, the athletic competitors, the politicians, and the list goes on. It’s up to the “introverted” individuals to either wait to be discovered or continue to only dream about their ideal careers or truly connecting with their outgoing friends. Thankfully, the internet and life has an answer for everything and there are a few helpful tips for the introvert who wants to succeed in an extrovert’s world. Here a few of my favorites: 

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Collaboration Over Competition

Be too busy watering your own grass that you don’t have time to compete with others.” Don’t get me wrong, competition is exciting; especially when it’s had in a healthy manner. For some, it makes you rise to the occasion and learn things about yourself that you may not have uncovered otherwise. Instead of competing with everyone around you, try teaming up and using your gifts in conjunction with theirs.

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