Saturday, February 4, 2012

Congrats To Keisha McCotry Winner Of The BOSS Network January Giveaway To Black Enterprise "Women Of Power"

  1. I am a woman of power because I am DONE letting fear hold me back. I am chasing down my dreams with all of my might!
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    FatimaJan 26, 2012 07:19 AM

  2. I am a woman of power because I walk in the authority that God has given me.

    I use my talents and gifts to empower everyone I meet. I'm a wife, a mother, a entrepreneur and humanitarian. I use my power to teach, reach and develop the next generation of women.
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  3. I am a woman of power because I am a successful entrepreneur who uses her influence, knowledge and expertise to educate and empower women on how to properly manage their finances.

    Harrine Freeman
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  4. I am a woman of POWER because I have overcome many challenges in corporate America,I continue to break barriers each day and at the same time maintaining my professionalism and showing other women how to be successful.
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  5. prominenceprJan 26, 2012 04:22 PM: Congrats Keisha McCotry @KeishaNYCPR
    I'm a woman of power because I never stop dreaming and will continue to achieve amazing goals.
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  6. I am a woman of Power because I work hard to achieve my dream and develop my brand. I follow the example of other powerful women before me and use their success as a guide to where I want to be. I also try and assist other women around me to achieve their goals.
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  7. I am a woman of power because I sustain leadership, promote encouragement and achieve goals. I’ve always been inspired by business minded people and believe this seminar will help me accomplish my success further. Joining The Women of Power Summit 2012 would be the experience of a lifetime.
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  8. I know this is late. I heard about it late. I was inspired to answer anyway...

    As a woman of power, I command attention and respect when I enter a room. I walk with my head held high- even on days when I don't feel like it. I am an example to young girls and women in my dress, tress and demeanor. I am a productive entrepreneur helping my community yet still a steadfast student to my peers and elders.

    I am mastering my craft meanwhile teaching the babies a long the way. I thoroughly love who I am and the woman (and mother) I'm shaping myself to become. My legacy will be one of dignity, honor, and prosperity.

    I am a woman of power. Why? I don't know how to be anything else.

    www.supportblackbusinesses.com

    Thanks to all the amazing women that entered and make sure to tune in to @TheBOSSNetwork for February contest 

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