Phenomenal Friday- Why The Best Part Of A Conversation Is Listening


One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say. ~Bryant H. McGill

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Wonderful Wednesday-Living The Way You Wish To Be Remembered!


“Our souls are not hungry for fame, comfort, wealth, or power. Our souls are hungry for meaning, for the sense that we have figured out how to live so that our lives matter.” ~Harold Kushner

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Phenomenal Friday-Breaking The Constraints Of The Corporate Dress Code


We’ve all heard it before…”The clothes make the man.” Well, this statement rings true for both sexes because “The clothes really make the woman” as well. Research suggests that that formal wear significantly changes the thought process by empowering the wearer’s view of the world and their personality. In other words, there’s some punch to the ‘power suit.’ But despite its punch, we are slowly seeing the death of the power suit as we know it due to the fact that a lot of businesses and corporations are tolerating a more relaxed dress code for their employees.

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Don’t Let Negative Thoughts Occupy Your Mind!



“Whatever you allow to occupy your mind you magnify in your own life. Whether the subject of your thought – be good or bad, the law works and the condition grows. Any subject that you keep out of your mind tends to diminish, because what you do not use atrophies.”  ~Emmet Fox

Phenomenal Friday-Dressing For More Than Just Success

Forgiving Friday Classic-Audrey-Hepburn

“I think clothing is transformative. When you put something really beautiful on, you feel something. In so many ways, were always playing a form of dress-up – it’s just a grown-up, much chicer version of it. It’s nice to be able to be whoever you want to be.”
~Jason Wu

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Today’s Inspiration


Phenomenal Friday- Four Ways People Display A Sense of Entitlement



“Entitlement is lethal to the wellbeing of not only ourselves but those around because it gives a false sense of Happiness and breeds contempt”  ~Yvette N. Treco

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