Everything great in this world was created with passion. Passion is the key ingredient to building a successful business, but it also takes a high level of entrepreneurial spirit.
I would certainly hope my friend who is reading this doesn’t plan to work for others forever. Everyone has a niche; a creative side; a talent; something that they could turn into a lucrative career. The main question is… how high is your entrepreneurial spirit?
Whether you want to write a book, make music, start a pastry business, or start your own fashion line…this piece  will surely help you determine if you have AT LEAST the passion to work on your dreams, thrive, and prosper as a business owner/entrepreneur.
Here are a few questions to ask yourselves about what you want to accomplish…

Does it reflect who you are?

Is it unique?

Does it come from your heart?

Is it pertinent to the lives of others?

Will it provide life-changing opportunities for yourself & others?

Are you willing to keep striving, even through difficulty?

Do you have a plan of action?

If you’ve answered yes to ALL of these questions, then you’re ready!

 

Imagine a world where a child isn’t mistreated because of the way she/he looks….

It’s a good thing, isn’t it?

Unfortunately, we live in a world where people feel it’s okay to mistreat others for how they look.

I think it’s important to teach our children that our black is beautiful, so the trauma this beautiful little girl has experienced won’t happen.

Meet 10-year-old Kheris Rogers. The Los Angeles 5th Grader shares how she had to transfer from her mostly white school to a more racially diverse one to avoid being bullied for her dark skin. Unfortunately, the problem resurfaces at her  new school… from her Black classmates.

However, that didn’t stop Kheris from celebrating her melanated beauty. She, along with her 22-year-old sister, Taylor Pollard, created a T-shirt line, ‘Flexin’ in my Complexion’

Hit play below for more on her story.

 

 

I’m so glad Kheris didn’t let the ignorance she’s endured keep her from flexin’ her gorgeous complexion. I applaud her big sis who stepped up with the fashion show, social media support, and the help with T-Shirt line. Nothing destroys colorism like showing the world how much you love the skin you’re in. The ignorance will die when we stop perpetuating fair skin as the only standard of beauty.

Let’s teach out little girls to love themselves.

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Meet Cynthia “Msprity” Gooding

Cynthia  is a nurturer by nature and a nurse with over 20 years experience. In 2006, she decided to start her company Msprity Enterprises, LLC to help others learn how to nurture themselves. Believing that self-preservation is key to a quality lifestyle, her company focuses on lifestyle enhancement. The names acronym standing for Mission Statement Personal Right to be In To You achieves this through spa products, events and services. You can shop her nature-based skincare line on the web at msprityspaluxuries.com, which just won 2015 Baltimore’s Best for Beauty and Personal Care. Her newest lifestyle concept of positive imagery Glamtees, online at fashionspahouse.com or at the business location Serenity Wellness Studio, which is a full-service spa connected to the retail spa. Healthy Evolution Studio located on the second floor of the spa/retail spa at 6077 Harford Rd, Baltimore MD 21214.

 

 

 

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