How Will You Declare Independence In Your Life?
Earlier this month I collaborated with 3 dynamic divapreneurs to share our take on ways to declare independence in our lives so we can continue on the path we’re destined to live.
I truly enjoy the Periscope platform – as a viewer and as a broadcaster – because it has allowed me to connect, learn and support so many entrepreneurs, speakers, authors, and even those still working out what they want to do with the platform. You can connect with someone from just about any background speaking on any topic at anytime.
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Participating and supporting Pass The Scopes is great because you quickly get multiple views on a given topic or theme. Here’s a brief recap on the Periscopes the four of us shared and links to watch them for yourselves. Even though you cannot comment on the broadcasts, you can still give hearts as a show of support and share on Facebook and Twitter.
Is It Time For a Personal Declaration of Independence?
I kicked things off by asking viewers to reflect on whether or not it was time for a personal declaration of independence. July marks us tipping over into the second half of the year and there may be some things that you need to readjust, realign and remove from your life to help you get to the next level in your life.
I issued a challenge to complete the sentence “I Declare I Will _________”
Find Power In Your No
Nkenga Warren is the CEO and Founder of Kingdom Girl International. She is, also, an Author, Motivational Speaker and Breakthrough Strategist.
Nkenga challenged viewers to find power in their no and to do so unapologetically. Often, as women we agree to do things we really don’t want to and don’t have time to do. These constant withdrawals from our time, energy and motivation take away from our power and hinder us from doing what we are truly called to do.
Connect with Nkenga on Periscope.
Declare Independence from Social Media Envy
Tameika Isaac Devine consistently teaches, mentors, and trains women on facilitating change in their lives and community. She is an Attorney, an At-Large Councilwoman for the City of Columbia, South Carolina, A Public Speaker and Executive & Life Coach.
Tameika shared 3 quick tips on how to eliminate social media envy. Tameika reminded us not to frame our goals based on what we see others attaining and obtaining on social media.
Declare Your Self Independence and Tips to Do So
Otiti Uwagbai Wright is the CEO and Founder of Endure the Extreme, LLC. Otiti created a platform with several avenues for your purposeful destiny. She is an Author, Motivational Speaker, Life Coach, and Business Strategist. Her goal is to help others push through their valleys while embracing their organic truths.
Otiti closed us out with ways to move in purpose on our journey to declare self independence. Self-care is essential and necessary on our journey and Otiti provided great ways to do just that.