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  • Celebrating Aycee Brown – Washington, DC USA @goodnightdarlingco @ayceebrown as a current Black History maker
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Aycee has tapped into her individuality in a way that is unsurpassed and she encourages others to do the same while also providing the strategy to do so. She doesn’t just TELL you; she SHOWS you. And that’s a novelty nowadays. Both of her businesses show up strong and will only become greater. Meet Aycee Brown:
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1. HOW DID YOU KNOW YOU WANTED TO BE AN ENTREPRENEUR? It's all I know. My father owned his own business and I have entrepreneurs in my family. Everyone has a little hustle in them. For me, I've always been an idea person. Ideas come into my head all the time. So I've always been the type to just go for it and make shit happen. So I've always known I'd be one. I don't really know what life is like not having a business. .
2. MOST PEOPLE NEVER START A BUSINESS BECAUSE THEY ARE AFRAID IT IS NOT GOING TO WORK OR THEY'RE AFRAID THEY ARE GOING TO FAIL. WHAT IS YOUR ADVICE FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE AFRAID TO START? Start because you're going to fail anyway. Just fail fast and fail again until you get it right. And even when you get it right, you're still going to mess up. .
3. WHAT KEEPS YOU MOTIVATED? Myself. I've learned a long time ago that you have to find something in yourself every day to get up and be an entrepreneur. It's fucking hard but it can be done.
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4. WHAT BOOK(S) ABOUT BUSINESS OR LIFE, IN GENERAL, DO YOU RECOMMEND? Worthy By Nancy Levin
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5. WHAT’S TO COME FROM YOUR BUSINESS IN 2019? For my personal brand, my goal is to expose people to Human Design and Tapping into Their Magic. And for Goodnight Darling Co, to expand in more stores and to collaborate with other brands.
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6. WHAT WORDS OF WISDOM OR LESSONS LEARNED CAN YOU GIVE ABOUT BEING AN ENTREPRENEUR? Failure is inevitable, but It's how you fail and recovery that's important. Celebrating Aycee Brown – Washington, DC USA @goodnightdarlingco @ayceebrown as a current Black History maker . Aycee has tapped into her individuality in a way that is unsurpassed and she encourages others to do the same while also providing the strategy to do so. She doesn’t just TELL you; she SHOWS you. And that’s a novelty nowadays. Both of her businesses show up strong and will only become greater. Meet Aycee Brown: . 1. HOW DID YOU KNOW YOU WANTED TO BE AN ENTREPRENEUR? It's all I know. My father owned his own business and I have entrepreneurs in my family. Everyone has a little hustle in them. For me, I've always been an idea person. Ideas come into my head all the time. So I've always been the type to just go for it and make shit happen. So I've always known I'd be one. I don't really know what life is like not having a business. . 2. MOST PEOPLE NEVER START A BUSINESS BECAUSE THEY ARE AFRAID IT IS NOT GOING TO WORK OR THEY'RE AFRAID THEY ARE GOING TO FAIL. WHAT IS YOUR ADVICE FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE AFRAID TO START? Start because you're going to fail anyway. Just fail fast and fail again until you get it right. And even when you get it right, you're still going to mess up. . 3. WHAT KEEPS YOU MOTIVATED? Myself. I've learned a long time ago that you have to find something in yourself every day to get up and be an entrepreneur. It's fucking hard but it can be done. . 4. WHAT BOOK(S) ABOUT BUSINESS OR LIFE, IN GENERAL, DO YOU RECOMMEND? Worthy By Nancy Levin . 5. WHAT’S TO COME FROM YOUR BUSINESS IN 2019? For my personal brand, my goal is to expose people to Human Design and Tapping into Their Magic. And for Goodnight Darling Co, to expand in more stores and to collaborate with other brands. . 6. WHAT WORDS OF WISDOM OR LESSONS LEARNED CAN YOU GIVE ABOUT BEING AN ENTREPRENEUR? Failure is inevitable, but It's how you fail and recovery that's important.
  • Celebrating Aycee Brown – Washington, DC USA @goodnightdarlingco @ayceebrown as a current Black History maker . Aycee has tapped into her individuality in a way that is unsurpassed and she encourages others to do the same while also providing the strategy to do so. She doesn’t just TELL you; she SHOWS you. And that’s a novelty nowadays. Both of her businesses show up strong and will only become greater. Meet Aycee Brown: . 1. HOW DID YOU KNOW YOU WANTED TO BE AN ENTREPRENEUR? It's all I know. My father owned his own business and I have entrepreneurs in my family. Everyone has a little hustle in them. For me, I've always been an idea person. Ideas come into my head all the time. So I've always been the type to just go for it and make shit happen. So I've always known I'd be one. I don't really know what life is like not having a business. . 2. MOST PEOPLE NEVER START A BUSINESS BECAUSE THEY ARE AFRAID IT IS NOT GOING TO WORK OR THEY'RE AFRAID THEY ARE GOING TO FAIL. WHAT IS YOUR ADVICE FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE AFRAID TO START? Start because you're going to fail anyway. Just fail fast and fail again until you get it right. And even when you get it right, you're still going to mess up. . 3. WHAT KEEPS YOU MOTIVATED? Myself. I've learned a long time ago that you have to find something in yourself every day to get up and be an entrepreneur. It's fucking hard but it can be done. . 4. WHAT BOOK(S) ABOUT BUSINESS OR LIFE, IN GENERAL, DO YOU RECOMMEND? Worthy By Nancy Levin . 5. WHAT’S TO COME FROM YOUR BUSINESS IN 2019? For my personal brand, my goal is to expose people to Human Design and Tapping into Their Magic. And for Goodnight Darling Co, to expand in more stores and to collaborate with other brands. . 6. WHAT WORDS OF WISDOM OR LESSONS LEARNED CAN YOU GIVE ABOUT BEING AN ENTREPRENEUR? Failure is inevitable, but It's how you fail and recovery that's important.
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  • returntodaydreams - Business + Mindset Coach @returntodaydreams 9 hours ago
  • #hotelvibes ⁣ // I apologized for my softness for a long time. The way I saw the world as a child and even how I see it now has been met with a lot of “is this girl serious?”⁣
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Because the thing is, I believe wholeheartedly in softness. The way I think about money, business, love, life itself is unrealistic on every level.⁣
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I wear rose colored glasses. I refuse anything that says anything HAS to be anything. ⁣
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Nothing in my life looked like it was adding up to where I am today. It looked very different for everyone around me, but it was my radical softness, my refusal to take off my rose colored glasses and believe in a life that was anything less than the stuff of my wildest dreams.⁣
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I am incapable of doing things I don’t believe in. I used to think that was a curse.⁣
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When I worked a dead end job and all my friends were working dead end jobs too they accepted it and told me “it wasn’t all bad” but it felt like my soul was being ripped out⁣
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When I went to college and couldn’t major in something that “guranteed” a paycheck (according to my parents) because I felt the call on my life and couldn’t ignore it.⁣
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When I started a business despite being terrified of every aspect but being energetically poked until I was so uncomfortable I had no choice but to shut up and start showing up.⁣
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I am unrealistic. I expect big things. I am so soft. Too soft I used to think. I should toughen up. I should accept life “as it is”. Fuck that.⁣
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I expect lots of money in business and a mind boggling amount of influence, lives changed and souls healed. I only do soulmate relationships. I expect a life of magic and I own the shit out of all of it.⁣
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I have seen it through, and I will keep seeing it through. Where there is magic I will delight and dwell, and where there isn’t I will create it.⁣
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I invite you into my radical softness. I invite you  to be unrealistic. To commit fully to your crazy dreams. #hotelvibes ⁣ // I apologized for my softness for a long time. The way I saw the world as a child and even how I see it now has been met with a lot of “is this girl serious?”⁣ ⁣ Because the thing is, I believe wholeheartedly in softness. The way I think about money, business, love, life itself is unrealistic on every level.⁣ ⁣ I wear rose colored glasses. I refuse anything that says anything HAS to be anything. ⁣ ⁣ Nothing in my life looked like it was adding up to where I am today. It looked very different for everyone around me, but it was my radical softness, my refusal to take off my rose colored glasses and believe in a life that was anything less than the stuff of my wildest dreams.⁣ ⁣ I am incapable of doing things I don’t believe in. I used to think that was a curse.⁣ ⁣ When I worked a dead end job and all my friends were working dead end jobs too they accepted it and told me “it wasn’t all bad” but it felt like my soul was being ripped out⁣ ⁣ When I went to college and couldn’t major in something that “guranteed” a paycheck (according to my parents) because I felt the call on my life and couldn’t ignore it.⁣ ⁣ When I started a business despite being terrified of every aspect but being energetically poked until I was so uncomfortable I had no choice but to shut up and start showing up.⁣ ⁣ I am unrealistic. I expect big things. I am so soft. Too soft I used to think. I should toughen up. I should accept life “as it is”. Fuck that.⁣ ⁣ I expect lots of money in business and a mind boggling amount of influence, lives changed and souls healed. I only do soulmate relationships. I expect a life of magic and I own the shit out of all of it.⁣ ⁣ I have seen it through, and I will keep seeing it through. Where there is magic I will delight and dwell, and where there isn’t I will create it.⁣ ⁣ I invite you into my radical softness. I invite you to be unrealistic. To commit fully to your crazy dreams.
  • #hotelvibes ⁣ // I apologized for my softness for a long time. The way I saw the world as a child and even how I see it now has been met with a lot of “is this girl serious?”⁣ ⁣ Because the thing is, I believe wholeheartedly in softness. The way I think about money, business, love, life itself is unrealistic on every level.⁣ ⁣ I wear rose colored glasses. I refuse anything that says anything HAS to be anything. ⁣ ⁣ Nothing in my life looked like it was adding up to where I am today. It looked very different for everyone around me, but it was my radical softness, my refusal to take off my rose colored glasses and believe in a life that was anything less than the stuff of my wildest dreams.⁣ ⁣ I am incapable of doing things I don’t believe in. I used to think that was a curse.⁣ ⁣ When I worked a dead end job and all my friends were working dead end jobs too they accepted it and told me “it wasn’t all bad” but it felt like my soul was being ripped out⁣ ⁣ When I went to college and couldn’t major in something that “guranteed” a paycheck (according to my parents) because I felt the call on my life and couldn’t ignore it.⁣ ⁣ When I started a business despite being terrified of every aspect but being energetically poked until I was so uncomfortable I had no choice but to shut up and start showing up.⁣ ⁣ I am unrealistic. I expect big things. I am so soft. Too soft I used to think. I should toughen up. I should accept life “as it is”. Fuck that.⁣ ⁣ I expect lots of money in business and a mind boggling amount of influence, lives changed and souls healed. I only do soulmate relationships. I expect a life of magic and I own the shit out of all of it.⁣ ⁣ I have seen it through, and I will keep seeing it through. Where there is magic I will delight and dwell, and where there isn’t I will create it.⁣ ⁣ I invite you into my radical softness. I invite you to be unrealistic. To commit fully to your crazy dreams.
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