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ShareTweet Greetings & welcome to post #3 of the Fiscally Fit Fashionista Financial Freedom Series Today I want to spend a couple of minutes framing the definitions of the words and terms that you will be seeing repeatedly through this series. It’s important for me to define these terms so that you know what I […]
ShareTweet Entrepreneurship is risky, particularly from a financial perspective. You can reduce some of this risk by following some friendly financial guidance. Had I followed all of my advice to a Tee (especially number 4) I probably …no I definitely would be experiencing less stress. Screw debt: get rid of as much debt as possible […]
ShareTweet Getting rid of debt and obtaining financial freedom starts with freeing your mind from the bondage of your money story and your familial money pattern. Money Story: What you tell yourself about your money. Familial Money Pattern: The way that your family has dealt with money over GENERATIONS. Money Relationship: How you personally relate […]
ShareTweet I have been going through many great changes and amazing learning adventures. One of the changes is that I am writing in earnest and look forward to publishing my first few publications. I am very excited and FYI writing in general…especially book writing is not a game. I am still learning how to embrace […]
ShareTweet How many of us out here can sew or make jewelry? How many of us have received numerous compliments on our work and have decided we want to take a foray in starting our own lines and collections? I ask this question because as the creator and force behind DC Fashion Foundation’s Fashionably Business […]
ShareTweet On my personal Tumblr page, I tell the story about being in specific places for specific purposes that are unknown to us at the time–>Check the link out). We all have been in situations where we are someplace that we truly don’t want to be. Maybe its because we don’t have time or the […]
ShareTweet Anyone out there have a fear of public speaking? I typically don’t as that is what I “kinda” of do for a living. Having to produce and deliver a compelling talk in 5 minutes with 20 slides with more pictures than words was daunting. I had no idea who my crowd was of if […]
ShareTweet Greetings! As of late, several students and (and other random folk) asked me about how to start a business on a shoe string budget. Below, find some tips on how to do this. Caveat- shoe-string startups work best for service based businesses. If you are starting a business that has a product or a […]
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