On December 1st, is the 3rd annual Purpose Party with the theme Pain. Passion. Purpose. An event that causes generational transformation, generational healing, and the eradication of self sabotaging cycles in pioneer women through hands on tactical workshop and relatable real life women.
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Went to hear @tdufu speak last week and it was everything I needed to confirm that my upcoming speaking gigs will be phenomenal.
I mean, what are the odds that the day before her talk I was able to claim a free ticket to the event? Prior to actually attending, I knew nothing about her and the work she does; I decided to go because this is my networking season, I wanted to dress up, and I wanted the free food (sorry not sorry)....they had frittatas and bacon, so totally worth it.
Anyway, what are the odds that the topic she spoke on (advancing women and girls) is the exact topic I'm passionate about speaking on? It's the exact topic that has recently regained focus in my life [because this is planning time for the #WomenInLeadershipTour ]. What are the odds that keys in her story mirror mine? Her why is my why. What are the odds that everything fell into place so perfectly to bring me to the event that day? Then for me to actually recognize the value.
I think the universe...God...the creator... is showing me..."hey, you can do this too". So basically y'all...fuck all that doubt. Im finna rise to the occasion and speak my ass off 📣
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Your services are so needed. So many people are struggling with mental illnesses but are so afraid of discussing them openly, due to the stigma surrounding this topic. 💕
@Regran_ed from @nurserose_ - ♥️👩🏾⚕️🌹Almost every other day I get asked what is it that I actually do as a psychiatric nurse practitioner (aka Psych NP )? What is a Psych NP anyways??
I’ll tell you- being a Psych NP, means I do just a little bit of everything. As a family psychiatric nurse practitioner, I care for humans across the lifespan. This means I care for individuals that speak both English and Spanish languages, from age 5 to about infinity. .
My primary focus is however disease management of primary mental health diagnoses or typical (not so much primary) as well as frequently co-occurring or “comorbid” conditions such as: inflammation, malnutrition, vitamin deficiency, hypertension, diabetes, obesity, addiction, inattention, bipolar depression, psychosis, and traumas. .
I have a background that includes 10 years of critical care nursing, a gerontological nursing certification, public health nursing, and a critical care nursing certification. These along with a masters degree in nursing - emphasis in education, a post masters certification as an advanced practice family psychiatric nurse practitioner, and finally board certification as a practicing and furnishing nurse prescriber in the states of California and Oregon. .
Then - as someone who as also gone through the traditional mental health systems of Los Angeles, California as a patient - I am a peer provider- as I have been able to live first hand experiences of a mental health system needing repair. .
My knowledge and formal training along with my experiences, afford me a vast array of intellectual resources- this helps me help my self first- and then others to find their own solutions for improving overall functional health and wellness- not just mental health. .
Xoxo Nurse Rose
@dvf shirt from @gertrude.morris.984 🌹♥️🙏🏾 Jeans H&M from @salvationarmyus
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My own Roses from @theroseyarde
Book - Peoples of Africa by James Gibbs - #regrann#mentalhealth
"If one wins, we all win, and that's what true sisterhood is about" You could not have said it any better. Congrats. You ladies look lovely. 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 @Regran_ed from @s.carterrn - I would like to thank all of my family and friends, that came out today to support me and my fellow Honoree. If one wins, we all win, and that's what true sisterhood is about. If you are in a position to give back or to put someone on, then you should. You have to be a blessing in order to receive a blessing. I feel blessed to know that I was given the opportunity, to be able to recognize my Nursing colleagues. Nurses are the unsung heroes of health care. Often times our hard work goes unnoticed. Well, to the Fabulous and beautiful honorees today, we see you. Congratulations again to my girls and colleagues HeatherSimpson @heather16inc , Patricia Carter, Michele Paulo - Bennet @mpaulobennett , and Charmaine Gentles. THANK YOU @EXCELLENCEINSUCCESS FOR HOSTING SUCH AN AMAZING EVENT. #Nursingexcellence#NursesRock#excellenceinsuccess#KeynoteSpeaker - #regrann#blackexcellence#blackgirlmagic#blackgirlsrock#blackwomenleaders#blackwomenleadersinnursing#blackexcellence#womensupportingwomen
Shaw University enjoyed our visit with Ms. Paulette Brown, Senior Partner and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer at Locke Lord LLP. My students were intrigued with her no nonsense spirit and inspired by her story of success. We talked Kanye, Dow Jones, bitcoin, and Pam Grier. Our takeaway, "Never allow anyone to put limits on what you can achieve!" We're holding her to her promise that she'll come back.
SURPRISE ! Today only - the 3rd annual Purpose Party tickets are on sale for 50% off. Click the "Get Tickets" link to get your tickets to this breakthrough event. Enter code FLASH1012 . THIS JUST IN ! There will be child care at this event. No babysitter? It's no problem. We hope to see you there ! Click the “Get Tickets” button to purchase.
There is a Triple Threat ( Trauma, Turmoil, and Tragedy) that is a double edge sword. This triple threat double edge sword can slice you open exposing the little girl in you by feeding her vulnerability, insecurity, and pain or this triple threat can can slice you open imparting hope, zeal, endurance, and unquenchable passion. It is very important that you WORK to have this triple threat make you into a triple threat turning your pain into the passion that fuels your purpose.
MEN LETS GET BEHIND OUR QUEENS AND SUPPORT THEM. THERE IS NO COMPETITION IF WE HELP PUSH EACH OTHER.
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Women are you winning at work but losing at home? speaker, and author Jay Barnett shares how men can support women, but also how important it is for girls and women to have mentors. This young brother right here along with the other male panelists did an awesome job sharing their perspectives, being transparent and empowering and affirming that we are all in this beautiful life together. Men can support women with prayer and mentorship. Both women and men can also support by going to therapy. I know first hand it is a secret weapon of all highly successful people. Use the resources available to help you go from good to great. I often coach leaders who think all they need is to be able to influence others with some magic formula or strategy, not realizing that previous programming and past experiences are showing up emotionally, and physically at work. Big shout out to this young man right here. Follow him at @kingjaybarnett. Highlights from the @womenonthemovetv Summit hosted by @kimmcnairpr.
1. REALationship with Jesus - Not religious, get to know who Jesus is for you. Getting to know Jesus for yourslef helps you to understand the power and dominion invested in you through Jesus. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
2. DECLARations - After getting to know Jesus through prayer and his word, you should start DECLARing his word over your life ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
3. FRIENDship - take an inventory of the friends in your ship. 4. GET GELP - if you feel that the thoughts of the "little girl in me" are overwhelming you, please seek help from a mental health professional.
Just saw Carol Davis Kennerly and Betty Reid Soskin speaking at a Berkeley Historical Society event. Inspirational! Carol Davis Kennerly was the first African American woman on Berkeley City Council (1975-1981) and later vice mayor. Betty Reid Soskin is the oldest National Park Ranger today. She became politically active in Berkeley during the Civil Rights Movement, wrote and performed protest songs, and fundraised for the Black Panthers. They were asked questions by Tina Jones Williams, the author of the "Julia Street" novels, set in South Berkeley and incorporating South Berkeley History. #blackwomenleaders#berkeleyhistory#berkeleyhistoricalsociety
A lot of time we work so hard and wonder why we are not yielding results. The answer - WE LEFT GOD OUT. Hard work is nothing compared to the unmatchable and majestic hand, voice and spirit of God. When he moves, you move.
@Regran_ed from @michellerhodesonline - This is where it all visibly began...
My first book launch May 2017...
Yet HE stokes the fire daily! 💥Serving as a Professional #RegisteredNurse for the past 23 years
💥3 books added after this 💥30+ Nurses launched into Entrepreneurship
💥20+ Nurse #Authors launched
💥#Nurse#Speaker platform launched
💥A powerful network and supportive #Mastermind group where we eat #positivity , success and
God given goals for breakfast!
💥International workshop #speaker#Bahamas ) on “The #Black#Woman ’s Wellness”
💥12 articles in print media
💥5 Guest Podcast appearances
💥6 local mentees with annual #Community Service projects
💥PARIS, FRANCE 2019 to speak at ‘A Women’s Narrative’ thanks to the FABULOUS Cheryl Wood
💥Jan 2018 Pre conference workshop speaker at the CCMC Certification Convention
💥Certified to do business with my County and City!
💥National President of Membership with Xcellence, Inc.
💥CO.STARTERS Facilitators Certified Trainer #Tampa to train our local Service Men, Women and Veterans in #Entrepreneurship
💥Multiple Community Health Service projects with local #NonProfits
I am MORE than certain that the #Lord is yet still writing my story for HIS😇 glory!
Can I get a #Hallelujah anyhow!?!? #BeGrateful 🙌🏾🙌🏾👑👑 - #regrann#blackwomenleaders#blackwomenleadersinnursing#womenempowerment#empowerment#author#nurseleader#blackauthors
You know you’re raising your daughters into being God focused, community-minded women of the world when they clean, help and practice early phonics with children who are in transitioning housing. Loving Wider Circle and our community.
🗳💰🗽🍑 #StaceyAbrams @staceyabrams for Governor of #Georgia#fundraiser in #Brooklyn#NY tomorrow, Sunday, September 23rd at 6:00 PM. Music by @natashadiggs
From the Host Committee: "Stacey Abrams (endorsed by President Barack Obama, a Spelman Sister, Yale Law Grad, and former Georgia House Minority Leader) is the Democratic nominee for Governor of Georgia. When she wins the November 2018 election, she will become the first African American Woman Governor in United States History.
Stacey’s vision for Georgia and our Nation is exceptional. Republicans have held this governor’s seat since 2002, and during this time, the state has grown in population and in diversity. Stacey is positioned to put together a new winning coalition for Georgia Democrats that inspires historic turnout from racially and ethnically diverse Democratic-leaning communities and brings in newly-converted Democrats and disaffected Republicans. Stacey is running against Brian Kemp. You may remember him as the guy who pointed a gun at his 'daughter’s boyfriend' in the ad. And was endorsed by Donald Trump. We can beat Brian Kemp, with your help.
If you are unable to attend this event, please consider making a donation in support of Stacey. Every bit helps! Click the following LINK to register and/or make a donation: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/sabrooklyn?refcode=erins "
Also, if you have friends & family in Georgia who want to volunteer, they can sign up here:
Image 2 🎨 from "Walk Together" #graphicnovel about Stacey's journey to the governor’s office. Please read and help her finish writing the story of her victory in November: https://staceyabrams.com/walk-together. “Walk Together” creative team of Georgia residents:
#Script : Van Jensen
#Art : Amber Bellerjeau
#ColorArt : Darrin Chavis II
#Letterer : Matty Ryan
#CoverArt : Nate Powell
Women are you winning at work but losing at home? Former NFL player, speaker, and author Jay Barnett shares how men can support women, but also how important it is for girls and women to have mentors. This young brother right here along with the other male panelists did an awesome job sharing their perspectives, being transparent and empowering and affirming that we are all in this beautiful life together. Men can support women with prayer and mentorship. Both women and men can also support by going to therapy. I know first hand it is a secret weapon of all highly successful people. Use the resources available to help you go from good to great. I often coach leaders who think all they need is to be able to influence others with some magic formula or strategy, not realizing that previous programming and past experiences are showing up emotionally, and physically at work. Big shout out to this young man right here. Follow him at @kingjaybarnett. Highlights from the @womenonthemovetv Summit hosted by @kimmcnairpr.
From local successes to national movements, solutions stories centering Black women are all around us. On Wednesday, September 19, 2018 in Atlanta, the Solutions Project and Way to Win will bring some of these voices forward in the Black Women Leading panel series. With a line-up of women including community organizers, political strategists, and more, this panel will showcase the solutions already improving communities across America and highlight progressive Black women leaders who are up against the status quo in the country. With panel discussion moderated by GLAMOUR magazine's News & Culture Director, Christina Coleman.
The line-up includes:
LaTosha Brown, Black Voters MatterChandra Farley, Partnership for Southern EquityDenise Fairchild, Ph.D., Emerald Cities Collaborative
Colette Pichon Battle, Esq, Gulf Coast Center for Law & PolicyWith opening remarks by Georgia State Senator Nikema Williams