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The new year is approaching and if you haven’t done so already, it’s time to put your life and goals into perspective. I started 2018 with many resolutions that I wanted to have accomplished around this time of year but unfortunately, that just didn’t happen. 2018 started good but after my boyfriend got into a horrific accident, my momentum towards my personal goals and business shifted. My lifestyle changed from a two-parent household to one and so did the income. Everything happened so fast, that I wasn’t able to process

Unfortunately, many of our seasoned loved ones didn’t have the opportunity to live their true destiny because society wouldn’t let women be great during their prime time. Due to cultural norms, women back in the day were confined to gender roles which meant they had to take care of their family and home while the man of the house worked. I’ll never forget when I asked my grandmother how old she was when she got married and she said 16. My first thought was who the hell is thinking about getting married

The entertainment industry is very cut throat especially when you are as driven and of course as flawless as Valeshia Butterfield-Jones. Starting off in the political science field, Valeisha transitioned into entertainment when she landed an internship with industry mogul Russell Simmons. By displaying confidence, exuding passion, and demonstrating integrity she was able to become one of the youngest Executive Director’s during that time period and from there, her career took off. Recently, she worked under the Obama Administration and she is now Head of Black Community Engagement for Google,

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