Thursday, December 29, 2011

It's the New Year, Time for Celebrations!

Happy New Year Folks!

We are counting down the days to ring in the new year!  The new year brings new promises, new hopes, new possibilities and celebrations!  We are kicking off 2012 in beautiful celebration of LOVE with Black Bride as they plan for their 2nd Annual Bridal Showcase featuring the BEST in couture bridal selections from esteemed designers such as Therez Fleetwood (who resides in Atlanta), Alfred Angelo (Atlanta) and Bryan K. Osburn Collection (Chicago). Celebrity entertainment featuring Gary "Lil G" Jenkins from chart-topping R&B Group, Silk, jewelry showcasing Indian inspired creations from AmritahSingh and a Grooms' Lounge dedicated to the pampering and relaxation needs of men courtesy of Kings of Atlanta.  We are positioned to be one of the best bridal shows that is known to the Southeast and beyond!

We will also have a fabulous line up at the Black Bride Social Media Cafe hosted by the ever fabulous E. Vincent Martinez of that includes the oh-so-fab, Shameeka Ayers of The Broke Socialite, Caleb Spivek of What Now Atlanta, Tami Reed of Talking with Tami and Alicia Edwards, Founder of Alicia Style and style writer for the Examiner. It will be complete with commentary, celebrity and VIP interviews - everyone will definitely get celebrity treatment in our social buzz cafe!

One lucky bride attending will have a chance to win a beautiful gown from the Allure Bridal Couture Collection, the same gown featured in the flyer, and another beautiful gown will be donated to Brides Against Breast Cancer, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping brides diagnosed with breast cancer have a beautiful wedding day experience. has been the premier online resource for brides of color since 1998. 
Brides and grooms-to-be will gain their all-access pass to expert wedding industry professionals with priceless advice on planning their dream wedding. Tickets to the bridal show are $15. Brides must pre-register online at,

We look forward to seeing you there!

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

T.MORRISON AGENCY Wishes YOU a Very Merry Christmas!

What an incredible year it has been for us! We are so grateful for all the loving support of our clients, our media partnerships and those like you, who support us by reading our press releases, responding to calls of action and attending our clients events.

Please know, we don't take your support lightly. You play a very important role in the success of our brand and the brands we represent. So, it's only fitting that we take time out just to recognize you and your family and all of your dreams. We salute YOU this season and we join you in agreement that all you have worked hard to achieve this year will burst bountifully in the new year!

If that includes the launch of a new product, announcement of a chief appointment or new business, don't fail to include public relations and marketing as part of this wonderful new venture. Besides, your clients need to know where you are, how to reach you and the great offers you have. You don't have to call us, but call someone! Public Relations, Marketing and Branding are the lifeline of a company - how else would the world know about you?

MERRY CHRISTMAS to you and your family from ours!


Let's stay connected in 2012!
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Thank YOU to our clients for helping to make this an INCREDIBLE year!

DR. NATHANIEL JOHNSON, III "Dr. Hello Beautiful", Cosmetic Surgeon

LINDA COX/ONE HUNDRED DAYS, Philanthropist/Author

TIA R. ERVIN aka THE WEDucato Wedding Expert


ZELLIE RAINEY ORR, Speaker/Author/National Historian


KENNY PUGH, Minister for the Singles, Radio Show Host, Author & Speaker







RENEE KNORR (19th Hole Magazine), Fashion & Beauty Director; Model

MING GREGORY, Matchmaker, (Color Blind International)


DR. BISA, Renowned Author, Parenting & Early Learning Expert


Wednesday, December 14, 2011

The WEDucator breaks down Bridal Beauty at "Beauty & The Bride"

Tia R. Ervin aka The WEDucator
Wedding Expert, Tia R. Ervin also known as "The WEDucator" introduced her signature bridal event, "Beauty & The Bride" for brides-to-be and her bridal party in an intimate soiree at the beautiful Polished Beauty Bar in quaint Vinings on a wet Wednesday night in Atlanta. And although it rained, that couldn't dampen the beautiful evening The WEDucator had in store.

Brides came in not knowing what to expect.  All they knew was that they were invited for a night of bridal beauty that included a series of Twitter Chats where Tia shared some tips, tricks and wisdom for the bride who may be on the verge of pulling her hair out with all the details that goes into planning a wedding.

When the brides walked in, nothing but beauty and soothing music graced them as they browsed the shop - some settled in to get mini mani/pedi's while others quietly introduced themselves to one another, sipped on signature cocktails provided by Qream Liqueur and nibbled best damn cupcakes and cakepops PERIOD, catered by Gimme Some Suga Bakery Bar.  Ummmm Hmmmm Goooooood!

Cake Pops & mini-Cupcakes provided by Gimme Some Suga Bakery Bar

Peach & Strawberry Qream Liqueur 

It was very obvious by the brides' response to the The WEDucator, that she truly understood where these brides were- mentally, emotionally and spiritually -- and had advice they all were more than willing to take and some even shared their personal bridal stories. They laughed, they grunted, they agreed and some even cried...yes, CRIED! Dang, she's good!

But in the end, it was all worth it as gifts flowed, giveaways were given and we have our sponsors to thank for that!  Polished Beauty Lounge, Tracey Brown Photography, Qream Liqueur,Floral Couture, Gimme Some Suga Bakery Bar, Perfect Wedding Guide, Milestone Occasions, Kennard Photography, Eden Fantasys, Silpada Sterling Silver Jewelry, Wrapped Couture, and Bijox Wow Jewelry. Special thanks to our media guests, Nikka of Oh Nikka, Alicia of Alicia Style and

The WEDucator thanks all for their support.  Brides, don't sleep, this is ONLY the beginning!  You can catch Tia R. Ervin at Perfect Wedding Guide's bridal show in Atlanta on January 15th and she'll have yet another surprise in store!

Friday, December 9, 2011

Electric Violinist Ken Ford Makes History Performing at the 77th Heisman Trophy Awards on ESPN

Atlanta's own Electric Violinist Ken Ford will be performing live this Saturday, December 10th in front of millions for the 77th annual Heisman Trophy Presentation Presented by Nissan at 8 p.m. on ESPN. A first in the network's history to have a live music performance take place during the Heisman presentation. 

 Electric Violinist Ken Ford will provide soul-stirring arrangements from his newest CD, "State of Mind" during commercial breaks, as well as providing musical transitions during the telecast. The live telecast from the Best Buy Theater in New York will be simulcast on ESPN3 and ESPN Mobile TV and accessible online at WatchESPN.comESPN Radio will also broadcast the announcement of the winner.

Be one of the first to interview this super star who's current CD "State of Mind" isclimbing the charts and was named number three on the Jazz Billboard Chart earlier this year.  Following his album's release, which has included the Atlanta Journal-Constitutionhighlighting Ford's "edgy sound", BET.compraising his "soul-stirring style", and Rolling Out declaring him an "all-around violinist" with "the ability to delve into jazz, funk, classical, soul and hip-hop without missing a beat or a string," Ford shows no signs of slowing down.  

In August, Ford treated his hometown of Atlanta to the full live experience of STATE OF MIND, with a sold-out concert at the Buckhead Theatre hosted by V-103's Ryan Cameron, featuring Ford's full band and R&B artist Algebra Blessett opening the show.  The sold-out show was recorded for future broadcast and was attended by a host of luminaries, including Mayor Kasim Reed, Julius "Dr. J" Erving, Q. Parker of 112, Johnta Austin, Atlanta City Council President Ceasar Mitchell, Television Producer Roger Bobb and more.

All media requests should be directed to the T.MORRISON AGENCY.

Sunday, December 4, 2011

The Beauty of Forgiveness

On Friday, I had the wonderful opportunity to be invited to see the film "Kinyarwanda" in Atlanta at the AMC theatres at Phipps Plaza.  The film illustrates the horrifying tales of the lives of Rwandans that lived and died during 100 days of extreme hatred, violence and murder now known as the Rwandan Genocide in 1994.

Earlier in the week I was with filmmaker, Detra Harris just to share, discuss and celebrate with each other amongst a delicious homemade pastry dish and African tea at my client, Linda Cox's home.  Side note: the beauty of simple connections is so miraculous and social media can never replace that. I digress...

The story of the people of Rwanda isn't new to me.  I was fortunate to meet Linda Cox, author and humanitarian who's also co-founder of the nonprofit organization, One Hundred Days, whose mission is to help rebuild Rwanda with their first project being the first pediatric hospital for the millions of children that live in Rwanda. The population under age 15 represents 42% of the population, and child mortality rates are worst in all of Africa – one in ten children die before their fifth birthday.

But even with all of that and all of what Rwanda and her citizens have been through, they have managed to find the beauty of forgiveness to transform them, heal them and establish the hope that this country will rise above and be a shining example to all of us of what the word 'forgiveness' APPLIED actually looks like.

I recently had an opportunity to embrace "forgiveness" in its true meaning and never have I felt freer than how I feel now.  It was a 'score' I was finally able to settle with my father, and thank God it didn't have to come by way of tragedy or running out of time.  It emerged through spiritual pain and mental anguish but that was the wake up call I needed. 

If you've never understood the impact of "hating" and all it stands for, I encourage you to venture into a theatre to experience it first hand through the movie KINYARWANDA. It gives you a real account of how hatred manifests itself in the most sordid way AND THEN it also gives you the illustration of the healing balm called FORGIVENESS and how you can use it to free yourself and your loved ones to rise again with the hope to make the world you live in better because you are in it.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Holidays of Hope at Chateau Elan Thanksgiving Week

Tis the seaon to be THANKFUL and grateful, counting all of your blessings.  I make it a practice to be grateful for all of my life - the good and the not-so-good at times.  I am reminded that even in my 'struggles', all things work together for the good.

I appreciate and applaud organizations such as Orange Duffel Bag Foundation and our client, One Hundred Days for the work they do locally and abroad to remind those who have faced tremendous hardship, oftentimes, at the onset of birth, that they too are still very blessed and have access to a wonderful life - inspite of.  That's the beauty of living - there's always sunshine after the tempest storm and the rain produces such a plentiful and bountiful harvest! 

Inspired by the story of Sam Bracken, co-founder of Orange Duffel Bag Foundation, Holidays of Hope is an initiative dedicated to providing college students and select others (who have aged out of Foster care) the opportunity to spend the Thanksgiving holidays free-of-charge at local hotels and resorts. Local volunteers and Foundation mentors tend to these young adults during the holiday break. Georgia’s first Holidays of Hope will take place Nov. 23-28, 2011 at Chateau Elan Winery & Resort in Braselton, with accommodations, food and other amenities provided by Chateau Elan. 

Co-Founder, Sam Bracken went from abused child to All-ACC Academic Football Team performer at Georgia Tech then on to becoming a missionary, dynamic public speaker and business person. "Sam Bracken has such an incredible story. It mirrors our goal to help communities create sustainable solutions by meeting the physical, spiritual and emotional needs of young people," shares Linda Cox author and board member of One Hundred Days, an organization similar to ODBF in that they assist Rwandans, former refugees of the Rwandan genocides build restoration in Rwanda with a focus on building the first pediatric hospital for children. In RwandaOver 1,200,000 children have lost one or both parents as result of conflict, poverty or HIV/AIDS. Of these, over 100,000 of these children serve as the head of their household. There is no facility dedicated to serving children in the entire country.

Cox continues, "By partnering with individuals and organizations like Orange Duffel Bag, we are able to use our resources and talents to help bring about lasting change." To learn more, please click on the links above or to participate, please click here.

We hope this story inspires you and puts a smile on your face. Special thanks to Carl Danbury at Points North Magazine! HAPPY THANKSGIVING from our family to yours!

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Bridal Beauty Chat with The WEDucator

It's the week of Thanksgiving and we are very thankful to be working on some very exciting projects!!!

TODAY, yes, TODAY we will be kicking off a series of bridal beauty chats with The WEDucator, Tia R. Ervin on Twitter from 9pm - 10pm. Brides & Grooms and those who just simply love weddings, you'll want to join in on this discussion leading up to the actual event that will take place in December! And known as "The Oprah of Weddings", Mrs. Tia has some goodies in store! Tweet ya later!

Let's Celebrate the HOLIDAYS with other T.MORRISON Agency Client Events!!

Hello Beautiful Center for Weight-loss & Cosmetics Launch Fight against Obesity in Holiday Weight Loss Challenge While Feeding the Homeless - Kick off November 28 - December 2nd!
MAUDLIN ATLANTA kicks of Holiday Shopping  Bazaar on Friday, December 2nd - Proceeds to benefit Atlanta Mission, organization that provides shelter to the homeless. Complimentary apps & spirits from 6 - 8. Registration requested! is hosting a model call, for the 2ND Annual #BBBridalShow, Saturday - December 3, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving!

Monday, November 14, 2011

We've Been Busy!

We enjoyed our vacation so much, it's almost hard to think it went by so fast! Let's take a quick moment to go back in time....

Do you see the rainbow?? Ahhhhhh

Where I had lunch in Ocho Rios, Jamaica!  Seriously!!

OK, I'm back to reality.  We have plenty to catch you up on!

We've been busy, to say the least. So take a look at a few announcements:

11/11/11 - Historic just to be able to type those 1's in and even more historic that CNN called on Veterans Day requesting an interview with members from our Atlanta-based Tuskegee Legacy Aviation Group, I was too excited!  Special thanks to the CNN producers for seizing a historic moment.  These inspiring historians are the subject of an upcoming movie, "Red Tails" scheduled for release January 2012.  Make sure you remember these names and faces and go and support the movie!

CNN Anchor, Fredricka Whitfield, Zellie Rainey Orr
Tuskegee Airmen, Mr. Leonard Hall & Mr. Val  Archer
11/9/11 - Reveal New Look, New Site & 2nd Annual Bridal Show  - We are excited to announce as our newest client added to our growing, prestigious roster of "Movers and Shakers" along with Author/National HistorianZellie Rainey Orr and members of Tuskegee Legacy Aviation Group, LLC! is poised to make history yet again in their 2nd Annual Bridal Show that had the likes of R&B Singer, Tony Terry at their first annual show and endorsed by publicity and promotions department of "Jumping the Broom" when they had their Spring show earlier this year. So SAVE-THE-DATE!  

Brides from all across the Southeast, get your tickets now, reserve your room at the Marriott and get ready for the time of your life planning the most beautiful day yet!  Advance tickets ARE ONLY $10 and you have No Idea the surprises that await you!

That's our quick recap, there's more to come.  Special thanks to CNN, Heartbeat Radio, Sheen Magazine, Kraze Magazine, Oh Nikka and Good Day Atlanta (Fox 5) for all your support!

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Relax, Release & Refresh!

It's vacation time and it came right on time and SO divinely! We are closing the office down for one week beginning on Monday, October 31st and will be kicking off the Halloween holiday on a party cruise in foreign waters!

Guess what?! We absolutely had no clue until seven (7) days ago this would be happening! A client, who values our partnership and sees the value we add to their brand GIFTED US! That's right?!! When you commit yourself to your passion, knowing it's your calling, despite the distractions, the "Debbie Downers" and those who may not even know how to value themselves to understand how to value you; TRUST and KNOW you WILL BE  justly rewarded if you FAINT NOT.

Sayonara baby we'll see you in one week and in the meantime, enjoy catching up on our wins!

On October 27th, celebrity designer, Jennifer Van Galder & William "Bryan" Rose launched their Inerior Design Showroom in Atlanta - For nearly two decades, California-based Maudlin, has been providing the highest quality in interiors to residents. Maudlin, founded by one of the original Doublemint Twins, Jennifer Van Galder, is situated on the design savvy stretch of Girard Avenue in La Jolla. Van Galder is now opening her Atlanta location, Maudlin et al, with business partner, William "Bryan" Rose who is owner of Artifactual, an international antique furniture store that has been serving the area for nearly...(click here to read more)

We had a blast! The support from my media friends is ALWAYS greatly appreciated! Jai Marie (Southern Fashionality), Nikka Shea (Oh Nikka!), Courtney Luv (I Am Courtney Luv), Rhoda (Southern Hospitality), Lori Ray, Bervette (CNN), Candra (KRAZE Magazine), Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle thanks for coming out and SPECIAL THANKS to Paul Biagui of Paul Biagui Photography, he's THE BEST as well as Vincent of Food Lovers Catering
Jai Marie/Southern Fashionality, Tamika/T.MORRISON Agency, Nikka Shae/Oh Nikka!

Tamika/T.MORRISON AGENCY, Debra, guest, Bervette/CNN Producer

Mimi Long/MAUDLIN, Tamika/T.MORRISON AGENCY, Jennifer Van Galder/Bryan Rose of MAUDLIN et al 

Delicious food from Food Lovers Catering,

Atlanta-based Social Media Expert, Robin M. Ware (The Ware Agency) hosts conference for Independent Event and Meeting Planners in November - For the fifth (5th) year in a row, The Ware Agency will host its annual event and meeting planners training conference, rebranded as Inspire! Imagine! And Ignite! The Event Mastery Conference taking place November 11th and 12th at the Westin Buckhead. With a heavy emphasis on social media, the conference always attracts planners and event producers from all across the nation and internationally. Click here for details on how to register for this "You Need to Be There" conference!

Bishop Paul Morton, Robin Ware and The Gospel Tribune - Sept 2011

Robin M. Ware, CMP/The Ware Agency

AND there's more to come, so STAY TUNED!


Wednesday, October 26, 2011

T.MORRISON Agency client, Maudlin et al Prepares for Grand Opening!

Former Doublemint Twin, Jennifer Van Galder & William "Bryan" Rose of
Maudlin et al
For nearly two decades, California-based Maudlin, has been providing the highest quality in interiors to residents. Maudlin, founded by one of the original Doublemint Twins, Jennifer Van Galder, is situated on the design savvy stretch of Girard Avenue in La Jolla. Van Galder is now opening her Atlanta location, Maudlin et al, with business partner, William "Bryan" Rose who is owner of Artifactual, an international antique furniture store that has been serving the area for nearly a decade. Celebrating their grand opening on Thursday, October 27th, with an open house for customers from 1pm - 5pm and a press party from 7pm - 9pm located at 1700 Defoors Ave NW in Atlanta, guests will enjoy light bites from Food Lovers Catering. Media interested in attending should RSVP no later than Thursday at noon.

Some of Maudlin's esteemed shoppers include A-list designers such as Peter Dunham of Hollywood at Home; exclusive designer and store owner of Coup D'état in San Francisco; Blackman Cruz in LA, an Elle Décor preferred store and celebrity favorite, Rooms and Gardens out of Santa Barbara. Hollywood celebrities like Heidi Klum also find Maudlin the 'go-to' place for home décor. If it sounds like a list of bragging rights, it's not, Van Galder explains, "We just want Atlanta to know just how much of a gem this place is." All have sought her out for Maudlin's classic European inspired designs and down to earth services. Now Van Galder and William "Bryan" Rose are in Atlanta's West Midtown Design District on DeFoors Avenue. Located near DeFoor Center with plenty of parking, Maudlin et al offers creative design options for interior designers and lovers of home decor. To learn more, click here or visit their website at 

Sunday, October 16, 2011

A Tale of Two Birds

Recently I saw two cardinals. A male and female and I was awestruck.  Not because I saw the cardinal, although, seeing one should be a gleeful reminder of the miracles in the world around us, but I was awestruck because it was the first time I'd ever seen a pair...together!

I believe God uses the sight of this particular bird to communicate with me.  It began our way of communicating years ago, so when I see one, it's not out of the ordinary, rather, it's quite ordinary for me.  It's my constant reminder of goodness, mercy and favor available to me at any given moment.  But this time...seeing the cardinal "partnered" I wasn't sure what it meant, all I know is that it signified something BIG, something meaning 'double!' It has to!

It was quite significant since I was leaving a meeting that was a pretty big deal with a woman by my side, who by all accounts, is a pretty big deal. So I KNEW it meant something very meaningful.  I was stuck in 'awe' for at least 5 minutes that seemed like 10 or 15 because those birds paraded themselves so gloriously allowing my business acquaintance and I to experience their presence and remark how unusual it was to find them in such an odd place.  We both acknowledged the significance of the moment and claimed it as evidence of BIG things and "Double" victories to come! Stay tuned (Big Smile!)

So in the spirit of "Big" and "Double", I share with you the great accomplishments of our client, Mrs. Linda Cox, an author and humanitarian who's been given her fair share of goodness, mercy and favor - and RIGHTFULLY so!
Author & Humanitarian, Linda Cox

Linda is the author of the children's book They Had to Run, which tells the real-life story of her Rwandan friends Simon and Kedress Nizramakenga.  Having had to escape the early rumblings as orphans of what became known as the Rwandan Genocide, Simon and Kedress returned to their native land as adults helping to build restoration in Rwanda and their partnership with Linda, her family and friends, they created the nonprofit organization, One Hundred Days, which is dedicated to helping to rebuild Rwanda, namely, through the construction of the first pediatric hospital in that region.

We are grateful to all of the wonderful media partnerships they have garnered the past couple of months and wish to share their accomplishments with you.
Nikka Shae covers "Fashion's Night Out Atlanta" featuring MARKET RWANDA
One Hundred Days' MARKET RWANDA featured in "SHOP ATLANTA"

Linda's on pages 30 - 31 in Atlanta Tastemaker Magazine. Roger Bobb of Bobb Cat Films on front cover
Enjoy and do support their work by becoming one of their lucky "birds" or requesting Linda and her team to come for a book reading or have a jewelry party and get your own signature jumbo beaded necklace being sported by Nikka Shae of Oh Nikka! and now Candra Jolly, Publisher of KRAZE Magazine.

Yellow Jumbo Beads - Aren't they Gorgeous?!!
Also, check out Linda's fab pictures taken by the wonderful Paul Biagui of Paul Biagui Photography at LuXe Lifestyle event on October 12th where Linda was honored along with the below fabulous women!  Linda is standing beside Grammy-nominated songstress, songwriter, producer/director Nicci Gilbert formerly of the R&B group Brownstone.

Special thanks to Modern Luxury, Jezebel Magazine, Oh Nikka, KRAZE Magazine, Atlanta Tastemaker Magazine, Total Education Network, LuXe LifeStyle, Nicci Gilbert and Renee Knorr for their support of the great work of Linda Cox & One Hundred Days! 

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Steve Jobs...Job WELL DONE

When I heard about the passing of Steve Jobs, the innovative creative brilliance behind the APPLE brand, I began to reflect. 

I know the natural emotion for most of us is either one of shock, sadness, disbelief and even numbness.

Well....I smiled. I knew Steve Jobs performed a wonderful job while he was with us in physical form. He dedicated his life to living his passion. He changed our lives through technology many of us DEPEND on!  And even more significant like his last name, he also created JOBS, thousands of them, wow!  That isn't ironic, that was Destiny, he was destined. He understood his true calling/purpose in life and that's commendable. It's to be admired, respected and followed. He deserved to get his WINGS, his riches that he's truly racked up on!

You can tell by reading his quotes, there was something inherently understood about the true meaning of life.  We are to be thankful he left us these great quotes and guides to consider and live by...

“Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn’t matter to me … Going to bed at night saying we’ve done something wonderful… that’s what matters to me.” – Wikiquote, as quoted in The Wall Street Journal (Summer 1993).
“Almost everything–all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure–these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important. Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart.” – Steve Jobs’ Stanford Commencement Address

But this is the one that did draw tears from my eyes. I dare not paraphrase or summarize, but simply share and ask you to mediate on it for a while and allow it to sink in...

“Here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes… the ones who see things differently — they’re not fond of rules… You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them, but the only thing you can’t do is ignore them because they change things… they push the human race forward, and while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius, because the ones who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.” – Think Different, narrated by Steve Jobs

Mr. Jobs, I salute you and I thank you for being such a fearless inspiration of what it LOOKS like to be a GREAT example of creativity, brilliance and confirming what the Bible says in 1 Corinthians 1:27 "but God has chosen the foolish things of the world to shame the wise, and God has chosen the weak things of the world to shame the things which are strong, 28 and the base things of the world and the despised God has chosen, the things that are not, so that He may nullify the things that are, 29 so that no man may boast before God. 30 But by His doing you are in Christ Jesus, who became to us wisdom from God, and righteousness and sanctification, and redemption, 31 so that, just as it is written, “LET HIM WHO BOASTS, BOAST IN THE LORD.” 

DARE to be different. DARE to soar and live your dreams. YOU only have ONE LIFE and YOU ARE MEANT to change this world and make it better. Know that. Feel it. Paraphrasing from Oprah, it doesn't necessarily mean you need a stage to make a difference, you can start in your home, at your school, in your sphere of influence around you, but make YOUR mark! No else can do it but YOU, YOU were called to leave an impact in the world with YOUR unique gifts and talents.

As Steve Jobs did, let us ALL allow our lights to shine. Make no apologies and YOU TOO shall receive the greatest gift of all, when your time comes to go on to another journey, meet your Creator and hear the most loving words of acceptance, "Job Well Done."


Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Power to the PINK in SheEO!!

In this installment, we salute the "pink" in the boardroom as well as the "pink" in power and healing against any ill forms of dis-ease resulting in cancers, such as breast cancer supporting "Breast Cancer Awareness Month". Although not personally affected (thank God), we salute, support and love on those that have and encourage them, there is a HEALING for this too!

Without further adieu, our SheEO's rocking out to pink include:

Jersey Girl Sports, the number one global online multimedia website and lifestyle brand for female sports fans presenting sports news, information, entertainment and sports lifestyle content from a female perspective, headquartered in Atlanta, these ladies are redefining the sexy in sports and this month is paying homage to the "pink". During the month of October Jersey Girl Sports will give you beauty and fitness buys that can help support the efforts to finding a cure for Breast Cancer. Check out their JGBody Must Have by NewBalance. The official Komen-edition lightweight walking shoe will take you through your workout in perfect comfort.

Google's 'number one' happens to be a fellow SheEO, Marissa Mayer. The 36-year-old Wisconsin native is a head decision-maker for the more than $150 billion company and the brains behind such projects as Google Instant and iGoogle. Check her out in this week's edition of The Little Pink Book (another "must-have" for any SheEO or aspiring SheEO). Google's No. 1 Girl:
A warm shout-out to fellow SheEO creator, Nocola Hemphill who's brilliant mind originally coined this cute term!  Check the SheEO's out on Facebook and become a friend!

Honorable mentions go to: Cordie Moore of Pink Stiletto Valet, Renee Knorr of The 19th Hole Magazine, and Dr. Nathaniel "Hello Beautiful" Johnson of the Hello Beautiful Weightloss Centers.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Knock! Knock! It's Time for Change! | skirt!

Check out this blog from a post our very own Tamika Morrison wrote on Skirt!.com.

We love that Tamika's tapping into her true love of writing by writing for Skirt! ...uh...when she can!