About last night! 🙈 Wasn't expecting to sing but when your family says do it you gotta get up! Lol! @unplugdla Thanks so much again for always looking out and for creating such a dope environment for us to Express ourselves! Always winning when I come there!!! @blaqthompson You killed as usual, had soooooooo much fun laughing and hanging wit my folks, what better Tuesday night could I have had!?!?!? 🤷🏾♀️🤷🏾♀️🤷🏾♀️ lol!!! 😌💯🙄👍🏾💕😊😜 -
Issssa good day for a good burn 🔥
Solid workout with @millinerg .
I had a pain in the middle of my left knee when I was warming up on leg extensions then I was able to do the rest of my workout with no pain. So I’m thinking that it’s just inflammation 🤔 I stretch and foam roll before each workout but I come straight from my job where I’m doing a lot of standing/walking overnight so I can’t think of anything else that could be causing it? I definitely would have stopped if the pain was still there. Oh and I think I have a hairline fracture to my toe...I’m falling apart ...and I sound like a hypochondriac haha 😂
Song: Volume by Nate Good
*Hard Working Wednesday*⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I recently learned that to do any job well takes confidence, especially if you are an entrepreneur. No confidence means no one is going to invest in you or your product. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
For the longest time I think that my humbleness was misinterpreted as a lack of confidence. I totally believe that it came across that way and sadly I felt it belittled the work that I did. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Confidence and pride are two very different things. Confidence is knowing that someone will benefit from our product or service. It’s being persistent about getting it to others. Whereas pride is more of a false assurance that no matter what our product is the best and it doesn’t leave room for error.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I do believe, to a degree, we should be humble, but not to the point our business doesn’t get the credit that it deserves. If someone says you do something well or that your product is great, accept their praise and acknowledge it. Don’t counter it. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
This shows you are happy for them and you have confidence in what you are bringing to the world. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The bottom line is that people want to know they need or want something. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I know it doesn't look like it, but this is the same girl who:
- left home in her jr year of high school
- found herself homeless
- survived a drug overdose
- had a 411 credit score - had a negative $1,000 bank account.
You wouldn't believe how I completely turned my life around. You wouldn't believe my story of how I went from homless to 6 figures. Learn more about me and how I rebuilt my lifestyle by applying to join my private group with the link in my bio.
This was ME until this week ... ok ok dry shampoo is still there ... saying goodbye to Diet Coke ... only “healthy carbs” ...will need to continue leggings until I lose some of the “junk in my trunk “ but part of my 19 week challenge is to be able to wear a sexy white outfit feeling confident in it for my next birthday ... also joining a new challenge group to help me in my journey and I need to be accountable ... 6 weeks free if I lose 20 pounds ... correction ... it will be free because I will lose the weight !!!!! #hardworkingwoman#igotthis#allornothing#mevsme#accountability
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If you haven't found a workout that pushes you to do one more rep, makes you work harder, and feel like a badass, You. Are. Missing. Out.
If your not doing something that lights your soul on fire, What. Are. You. Doing?
I want to show you this thing that is changing me:
• Increasing my confidence
• Teaching me to treat myself with love
• And pushing me past ALL my limiting beliefs.
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I met with a friend last night and one of the topics that was discussed was how badly she had been treated since having children by a previous employer (her children are 9 and 6 and she’d worked there for over 10 years). She was in a high level position but as soon as she came back from maternity leave with her first child, attitudes towards her changed. Her employers treated her like she was now unable to do her role and saw her as a lower rank to men of the same position, with the same experience. This got extremely worse after her second child.
She has now set up as a freelancer and has managed to find companies that do appreciate her and do not expect her to come in on weekends, leaving her children crying that they want some time with their mum (who was also forced to work late nights during the week). Who else has been, or is, in this position?
Can any male, or female (without kids), employer really say that because a woman has had a child, she is no longer good enough to do the role she was in before?
Having a child doesn't make us unable to work, it makes us more willing, determined and ambitious to succeed for our children. Without us mothers taking the time to have children, there would be no next generation. A mother is by far the hardest, unpaid, multi-role there is. It makes us a harder and more reliable worker because we have to provide for our off-spring and set an excellent example to them of good work ethnics. Isn't it about time the stigmas attached to 'working mothers/stay at home mothers' ends?
زنان باردار شاغل شش ماه مرخصی زایمان و مراقبت از نوزاد دارن، این قانون درمقایسه با قوانین بقیه کشورهای همسایه و منطقه تاحدی کارگشا و حمایتی هست ولی در واقعیت، کارفرماها ترجیح میدن نیروی جدیدی رو به جای این زنها استخدام کنن چون فکر میکنن زنهایی که مادر شدن، دردسرساز هستن و دیگه نمیتونن مثل سابق کار کنن.
شما چی فکر میکنی؟خودتون و دوروبریهاتون تونستین بعد از اتمام مرخصی زایمان به راحتی سر کار سابقتون برگردین؟#اشتغال_زنان#hardworkingwoman#wecandoit#equalwork#الف_تا_ی#equallifechances
Today episode of #wcw goes to @mide.fatiregun C.E.O @mides.closet
My baby sis of life. My chubby princess. Nigeria future minister of tourism by the grace of God😉😉😉. This boo carry my matter for head so u knw why I love her. My own snapchat queen😉😉😂😂😂🏃🏃🏃. I love u AYOMIDE. I pray that all u av in mind ll come to success ijn. God ll send destiny helper to u ijn. Oya keep building Ur Empire baby
میدونین یکی از مهمترین موضوعاتی که باعث بیشترین چالشها بین زن و شوهرها یا پارتنرها میشه مسایل مالی هست؟
بیزینس اینسایدر، مقالهای دربارهی مهمترین عوامل چالشهای خانوادگی نوشته که منبع و ماخد اون از صحبتهای دکتر راچل ساسمن هست. راچل یکی از متخصصان حوزه مشاوره ازدواج و ارتباط هست که در نیویورک کار میکنه و درباره مسایل مالی به عنوان یکی از عاملهای اختلافات زن و شوهری، میگه:
معمولا اختلافات مالی بعد از ازدواج و زندگی مشترک بین زوجها اتفاق میافته و بعد از بچه دار شدن، پررنگتر میشه. اون معتقده همیشه یک طرف پول بیشتری در مییاره و طرف دیگه بیشتر خرج میکنه و از همین جا معضلات بیشتر میشه چون دو نفر احساس میکنن تعادل لازم وجود نداره، یکی، اون یکی رو متهم میکنه که مسئولانه خرج نمیکنی و اون یکی هم معتقده که طرف مقابل خساست به خرج میده!
ساسمن پیشنهاد میکنه که از همون ابتدای رابطه به صورت شفاف دربارهی مسایل مالی حرف بزنن و هرکدوم باورشون رو دربارهی پول به راحتی بگن. خصوصا درباره شرایط بعد از بچهدار شدن چون معمولاً در این موقع، یک نفر توی خونه مشغول به کار میشه و از بچه مراقبت میکنه و طرف مقابل هم چنان بیرن از خونه مشغول کار و کسب درآمد هست. بنابراین درباره اشتغال، پسانداز برای خود و سبک و سیاق خرج کردن و خرید و ... قبل از ازدواج باید شفاف و راحت صحبت کرد.#اشتغال_زنان#hardworkingwoman#wecandoit#equalwork#الف_تا_ی#equallifechances