On this special occasion of International Women's Day, let's take a moment to celebrate the incredible power and strength of women around the world, but especially the women in our community, our Publishing Partners and our Platinum Members.
Chicago, Illinois’ Aisha Isreal joins a nationwide movement powered by Be Well Magazine. By leveraging the resources and relationships of Be Well Magazine, Aisha is on a mission to position women entrepreneurs for success.
Kymberly Caldwell announced as Be Well Magazine’s Publishing Partner in Charlotte, North Carolina
Charlotte, North Carolina’s Kymberly Caldwell joins a nationwide movement powered by Be Well Magazine. By leveraging the resources and relationships of Be Well Magazine, Ms. Caldwell is on a mission to position women entrepreneurs to generate $100,000 in revenue.
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Wendy Campbell announced as Be Well Magazine’s Publishing Partner in Tempe, Arizona
Tempe, Arizona’s Wendy Campbell joins a nationwide movement powered by Be Well Magazine. By leveraging the resources and relationships of Be Well Magazine, Ms. Campbell is on a mission to help women entrepreneurs in her community earn $100,000 in revenue.
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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays
A LETTER FROM CARMEN RAY:
This Holiday Season I’m especially moved by family members and friends that continue to create and maintain traditions. This being my 60th Christmas is such a reminder that family is sacred. Weather we are blood connected, business or purpose connected.
I appreciate you and I encourage you to make this Holiday Season matter.
I’m grateful for memories of the Holiday Season with my family. Although we were pretty small, my father, mother and Sister, I can honestly say my Sister was and continues to be the keeper of tradition and rituals.
I’m also using this time not to romanticize the holidays. I recall so many filled with arguments with in-laws, overspending, and dysfunction from both of my previous marriages.
I recall an over abundance of materialism and a lack of outward expression of love, gratitude and meaningful conversations.
This Christmas instead of dwelling on the less than “Merry” experiences, I’m going to reflect on the traditions, love, lessons and gratitude for those I love and those that loved me.
Shero is defined as a woman admired or idealized for her courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities; a heroine.
When I think about why I have chosen the path that I am currently on, I think about all my WHYS- God! My daughters! My mothers! My aunties! My sisters! My new grandson! My nieces! Black women! Our youth!
by Beverly Brown, #1 Best Selling Author
You literally (not figuratively) have to lose your mind in order to follow your heart.
Your ‘mind’ will try to block EVERY possible thought you possess that goes against the ‘comfortable brain’ that it’s striving to be. Your ‘comfortable’ thoughts; your relaxed and settled mind wants nothing to do with the ‘different’ or complicated existence that your heart is fighting to sustain. Attaining that newness will disrupt the brain’s “normal” comfort zone. It wants to remain complacent and relaxed without exerting any extra energy, or providing any thought to do anything extra beyond what it’s already doing.
by Sandy Malone
When I look back over my years growing up I realize how truly blessed I am to be an entrepreneur. I grew up with two parents (Thomas and Gloria) whose families migrated from the south to Milwaukee when they were young, where there were more employment opportunities; especially in factory jobs.