Join the Bougie Girl as she discusses how to take constructive criticism.
Thursday, February 12, 2015
Saturday, January 31, 2015
The questions below will assist you with beginning your career transitioning journey.
1. What do you love about your current career?
2. What will it take for you to be on fire for your current career?
3. What are the not so great things about your current career?
4. Why have you stayed in it so long?
5. Is your financial situation healthy?
6. What kind of side hustle do you want to start?
Listen to this episode of the Bougie Girl Career Transitions Podcast.
Sunday, January 18, 2015
Friday, January 2, 2015
This past New Year's Eve, the clock struck midnight whilst I was chatting with a group of new friends. During that moment, the entirety of 2014 flashed before my eyes. I saw all of the people, situations, and my own outdated mindsets breeze past me.
I recall being so sad about a few of these exits. Yet, I knew that their exodus from my life would change it for the better. Turns out that I was right.
I am heading into 2015 with a fresh new outlook on life.
How about you?
What's your new outlook for 2015?
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Saturday, December 20, 2014
Getting on the path to leadership involves taking the following steps:
1. Get your personal economy and infrastructure straight.
It is nearly impossible to lead if your own financial situation is jacked up and you are not taking the proper steps to get back on track. In addition, constantly scrambling to pay bills and rent can also adversely affect your ability to effectively lead. Some simple fixes for this is to
2. Build your community.
Find mentors and peers with similar overall goals as yours. Expand your network by attending business and social events, join online business forums, jazz up your LinkedIn profile.
3. Give back whenever you can.
In the beginning of your leadership journey, you may be limited to the financial help which you can bestow on someone else. However, donating time is another way to give back to your community.
Leadership is comprised of more than 3 steps. However, these steps will get you started on the path towards your dream of leadership.
Sunday, July 27, 2014
I grew up in Kansas during the 1980's and early 1990's. At that time, Kansas was not exactly known for being the most racially sensitive place. Brown v. Board of Education aside, growing up a Black girl in Kansas well, it sucked. Especially, since I did not fit within the stereotypical confines of what a middle-class Black girl should be. I could go on and on about my love-hate relationship with Kansas.
Today's podcast, I am addressing the "5 Race-Related Concepts Which Need To Go Away" and I will offer up suggestions for healing the racial rift.
Below are the "5 Race-Related Concepts Which Need To Go Away":
1. The Mythical Race Card
2. Attacking Someone's Credibility Solely Based On Their Race
3. Lumping Everyone Of A Racial Group Together
4. The Concept That It Is Impossible For People Of Color To Be Bigoted
5. Crabs In A Barrel Syndrome
Listen to this episode of the Bougie Girl Coaching entitled: "5 Race-Related Concepts Which Need To Go Away"