Author: Women For The Culture

…more people will be Civil. Most people are tolerating each other rather than appreciating, collaborating and intentionally living. You’re probably wondering, who is she to say that. She is a woman of faith and an empath by default. The world has dealt with me based on these two components of my existence. Get to know me… @lachy.tv Olachi H. Morrel is a published author of ‘Entrepreneur Hack: What it Takes to start small to reach your Big Goals. She is a millennial wife to a nobleman, media creative, intentional speaker, and Faithpreneur. Some of the leadership roles that she has…

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Do you feel like your business is sinking in the deep, dark depths of debt? When things start to become difficult, it can be tempting to bury your head in the sand and not think about your debt, but that is a sure-fire way to kill your business in the long run. To take action today and make sure your business is financially sound, our tips will help you find a way to get back on track with some easy steps. Make sure to visit and subscribe to Women for the Culture for more empowering content like this! ● Review…

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Via @_jazmynanderson on Instagram Jazmyn is a Lifestyle Blogger and Wife sharing Life, Leisure, Luxury and Aesthetics. Follow her here. ✨Take a deep breath ✨Write your feelings down ✨Remind yourself that negative feelings are only tempoary ✨Pull out your favorite scriptures, or find new ones to speak to where you are currently ✨Cry if you need to ✨Put on a Song that has words you need to hear ✨Vent to God ✨SAVE THIS POST because negative thoughts don’t go away over night. It’s something you work toward. ✨Step into this month with boldness and confidence. #DailyDoseofInspo #LifestylewithJazmyn For more, visit…

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✨ARE YOU A RICH WOMAN OR A POOR WOMAN? ✨ My definition of being RICH has evolved in these past couple of years. Let me explain…I use to see myself as a small force that had to exert an extreme amount of energy daily, only to get very little for my efforts. I thought it was normal to “hustle” my way through life. I thought I had to “hope” my way through. I thought my potential had to match my environment. I use to pursue life from a space of lack and fear. This only caused me to “create” more…

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