The only difference between them and us is that during that same situation that triggers an impostor feeling in us, they think different thoughts. That’s it, folks. Which is really good news — because it means all we have to do is learn to think like a non-impostor. And because impostor feelings are indeed the last to change, today I make sure everyone understands that…
We Strut. Strut in life. Strut in Business. Our good sis Britney Jeanine, is the ultimate Biz coach and Pivot Strategist. Britney helps established [yet transitioning] entrepreneurs confidently plan their pivot without compromising their coins and credibility. We caught up with her on Instagram to see if she would share some business gems!
How often do you sit and think about “how thankful” you are? How often do you look in the mirror and think about how far you’ve come? If you’re anything like me, it doesn’t happen often. Yet, I’m on a journey to change that. I’ve committed to taking more time to reflect on how thankful I am, to reflect on this year alone, and most importantly to reflect on how merciful God has been to me!
There’s a stigma that surrounds mental health in the Black community. We rarely speak of it and when we do its often in hushed whispers. We’re told to pray or suck it up or get over it. But no one ever tells their grandma to pray away her breast caner and not go see a doctor. No one tells their granddaddy to suck up his diabetes. No one yells for their mama to get over her sickle cell. So why in the hell am I expected to magically erase my depression?