It is no secret that I believe in the importance of goals.
I speak about goals and action items on a regular basis here on Divas With A Purpose and in my day-to-day life.
Why are they so important to me? Why am I passionate about helping other women set and achieve them?
The right goals and plan of action will, among many other things:
- increase your productivity
- help you fulfill your personal purpose
- provide you with a sense of direction and fulfillment.
The ultimate achievement in branding is to have your company product or name overtake the existing English word. We can see this sort of thing all around us in conversation. People don’t say, “I searched online for pajamas.” They say “I Googled pajamas.” People don’t say that the played “flying saucers” at the weekend. They say “I played frisbee.” And they don’t day “extruded polystyrene insulating foam.” They say “styrofoam.”
All these brands have had a mixture of luck and cleverness.
Awhile back I connected with a fellow Divapreneur who is a life coach for individuals going through divorce. I shared that at first I was a little taken back by her role, but after talking with her I understood more why she did what she did. Divorce is one of those life events that, typically, just is not planned for. When you are faced with it, the emotions and process can be tremendously overwhelming. Two friends close to me are going through this process and seeing the impact not just on them,
August is a special month here at Divas With A Purpose.
Seven years ago, August 2009, we started this website. This community has seen me through some significant moments in my life. You all have allowed me to work out my emotions and growth through these pages.
From the birth of my daughter after a miscarriage to encouragement and support when I began my full-time entrepreneurship journey last year –
If you’re planning on moving into your own place, now is the time to take stock of your financial situation and plan for the future. According to a 2016 study, 53 percent of Americans are worried about being able to meet their expenses in the future.
This concern is valid. Another recent survey revealed that over 48 percent of Americans reported that they were living paycheck to paycheck. A quarter of the respondents in the survey said they were concerned about being able to stay on top of their bills.
Welcome to the weekly Small Victories Sunday Link-Up where we pause reflect on and celebrate the small victories in our daily lives.
I hope you all are having a wonderful week and had a fantastic July!
Hard to believe we’re starting August and many of us are preparing to send our little (and not-so-little) ones back to school for a new year.
Can we all breath a collective sigh of relief together?
“But You’re My Super Hero, Mom”
These were the words my 4-year-old that almost brought me to tears and melted my heart.
We were having a discussion about super powers while watching cartoons and coloring. She asked me what my super power was and I said, “Mommy doesn’t have any super powers. I’m just regular.”
The look of incredulity that she gave me almost made me laugh but those next 6 words stuck with me for the rest of the evening.