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    Fw: Resolve

      Good Day Gems- Are you centered? Are you focused? Are you aligned? Just checking on you… Since our last conversation Couture Purpose “decided” to deliberately set our intentions in flowing with “resolve.” Take a moment and ask yourself are you “flowing” with “resolve?” Next week we will dig deeper into flowing with “resolve…”   RESOLVE VERB 1 with object settle or find a solution to (a problem or contentious matter) Medicine with object (a symptom or condition) to heal or subside. no object (of a symptom or condition) heal or subside. Music  (with reference to a discord) pass or cause to pass into a concord during the course of harmonic…

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    Re: Complete

    Good Day Brilliance- We hope your 2016 was more than you expected your year to be. There are many words we could attempt to convey to you at the end of this phenomenal year. To keep in alignment with our endeavor to be deliberate we want to say: “All we needed manifested for us in 2016. 2016 owes us nothing!” Brilliance, you are in the right place at the right time to manifest your greatness!  Couture Purpose stands with you and we desire to see you embrace your greatness!   May you enter 2017 with love, hope, and creativity.   “You are enough and YOU ARE COMPLETE.”   Happy New…

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    Re: Release

    Good Day Brillance- Often the very thing we neglect to release is the thing hindering our progress. Please enjoy our mantra for this week.  “I easily “release” all false “narratives.” Have a prosperous week! Designed | To Make | Statements Couture Purpose

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    We Celebrate By Saying THANK YOU!

    Brilliance- There are no words we can draft honoring endless opportunities created for mankind by deliberate leaders. That being the case, we say THANK YOU by, highlighting great and powerful women leaders! Belle Calhoun, employee of the Lincoln Wire Company chosen Miss Negro War Worker Mary B. Talbert, Representative women Poro hair & beauty culture. [Cover page] Group portrait of Lincoln School for Nurses graduating class of 1947. Harriet Tubman Miss Emma B. Delaney Three African American women constructing a wooden skeleton frame Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Zeta Chapter Rev. Mrs. J. H. Vigal of Buffalo, N.Y. Lorraine Hansberry Woman carrying bundle on head, Natchez, Mississippi, August 1940 Nancy Elizabeth…

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    Expect $1.4 Trillion

    Brilliance- Congratulations on being a part of a very exclusive group. You are part of a niche in society that controls $1.4 trillion dollars, YES YOU!   Studying great business leaders, you will discover a similar trait of “Expectancy” in their mindsets. Great men and women set their “Expectations” and achieve great success. “Expectation” is a key entrepreneurial trait. Brilliance, what are you expecting? Are you expecting hope? Are you expecting debt? Are you expecting your business to fail? Are you expecting success? What are you expecting? “Expectations” Exercise:  Take a piece of paper and a PEN! Ask yourself “What I’m I EXPECTING?” Write down the first three things that…

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    “Deliberately Me” 2016 Campaign

      Hey Brilliance- We hope you are enjoying manifesting your dreams. Couture Purpose decided we do not have to wait until 2016 to launch our new campaign “Deliberately Me.” In a world filled with reasons not to be YOU, Couture Purpose decided to intentionally encourage YOU with being “Deliberately You.” From December 1, 2015, until December 31, 2016, you will see posts, interviews, and best practices on the art and science of “being deliberate.” Yup, you guessed it we are making a statement. Speaking of statements please visit our new “Runway” page and get your limited edition “Historically Beautiful” designer statement tee. This designer t-shirt was designed with the essence and uniqueness of…

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    Success is A Personal Pronoun by February 2015 Blogger-in-Residence-Monica Leak

      Think back to first-grade language arts when you were formally introduced to the parts of speech. There were nouns, verbs, direct objects, adjectives and prepositions and these things called pronouns. Pronouns indicate the person speaking or the person spoken about. Remember the chart with the singular and plural sides and starting on the singular side you had I, You, He, She, It and then on the Plural side we, you, they. These personal pronouns can take the place of nouns or other pronouns. Flashback to Saturday mornings and Schoolhouse rock and maybe the link below will jog your memory. So what’s that got to do with success? For many…