Yearly Archives: 2017

Using Your Voice

  Our voice is an expression of who we are through words - written, spoken, in-person and online.

Our voice is personal, powerful and vulnerable AF.

Because we all want to feel loved, worthy and like we matter. So it feels...

HAVING IT ALL | By Taharah Saad

  By: Taharah Saad Can women really have it all, and still manage to keep their sanity?  Is it possible to have a career, a family, a social life, plus find time for extracurricular activities and some “Me” time?  Can we really juggle all these different tasks and not...

Biggest Missed Opportunity on Social Media

The key to growing your social media fans is twofold:

1) Great content 2) Interacting (likes + comments) with your tribe

Today I want to talk about point #1.

But first, quick tangent... notice I said fans not followers....

Strengthening Your Personal Brand

https://youtu.be/rN16NX34_wE

My tip of the week is: strengthen your personal brand

The word "brand" is tossed around a lot, and rightfully so... because everyone needs one. Whether you're an entrepreneur or working for someone else... a personal 

Spotlight on Lit Without Limits Founder/CEO

Hi #Empowerista! My corner of the internet is a place to celebrate and support powerful women. Things like fear, self-doubt and our inner critic often get in the way of how powerful we truly are. The women I feature experience all...

Passion + perseverance (with Aunt Flow CEO)

Hi #Empowerista! My corner of the internet is a place to celebrate and support powerful women. Things like fear, self-doubt and our inner critic often get in the way of how powerful we truly are. The women I feature experience all these difficult...

Feeling qualified and confident to lead

One area in which men significantly outperform women is: SELF-CONFIDENCE. Women significantly undervalue their accomplishments, and for various reasons, suffer from the impostor syndrome and lack confidence.

#WhyIMarch

Prior to my participation in the Women's March Los Angeles, a woman asked me: who doesn't believe women's rights are human rights? This is a valid question, so I wanted to answer it openly. It's important to start with: