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BUEATY secrets 2108 for women

My mother always use to tell me, that people come in your life for reasons, seasons or a lifetime. From experiences, some seasons are long, some reasons are forever unknown, others come to the light and run their course and some end up being a lifetime lesson or a friend. The relationSHIP with your inner self, is a ship no one should abandon...this is most important. Never let that ship sink and learn how to be the captain, crew and passenger. In due time, when you have decided to dock, you will find a place/person to dock your ship. So with that said, I thought of a list -  here is the list and see how best you may also apply them to your list already made.
Lessening the charade
What can bleed you dry, is the needless habit to tolerate things that suck you dry of your energy and make it impossible for you to function effectively. Living a happy, successful and fulfilling life will not be possible; if you’re spending all your energy tolerating things that shouldn’t be tolerated. Sometimes, you need to just put your foot down. Here are some things to stop tolerating in your life:
1. Settling for mediocrity. – Starting over and creating something better, is better than trying to fix something that’s broken. Distancing yourself to see things clearly means growing up and setting yourself apart from old habits, relationships and situations. Finding something new that truly moves you – one that gets you so excited you can’t wait to get out of bed in the morning. That’s what life is all about. Don’t - Never settle.
2. Negative thinking of your own. – Your mind is a powerful and sacred space. You can either let light in or shut it off to darkness, it’s your choice. Think of your life this way - the sun is always shining on some part of your life, no matter how dreary it may sometime seem. What do you typically think about? Have you achieved any goals? How far have you come, or how far do you have to go? Are you comfortable where you are now, and have the faith that everything is in due time? What are your strengths, or your weaknesses? Will you accept the best that could happen, or the worst that might come to be? Most of it is attitude and make sure to pay attention to your self-talk. Because maybe, just maybe, the only thing that needs to shift in order for you to experience more happiness, more love, and more success, is your way of thinking. Take the time to read this book.
3. Negativity disguised as constructivecriticism. – If you don’t love yourself, value yourself, look out for yourself and stick up for yourself - you are sabotaging yourself. In no way do you have control over others opinion of you or even what they say and do; but you do have control over whether or not you will allow them to say and do these things to you. Most times people feed of insecurities and sometimes in life circumstances can  make you think/feel that way. Make no mistake, you alone can deny their poisonous words and actions from invading your heart and mind. So if ever you have fallen and someone lends "constructive criticism" remember, if you do not respect your sacred inner space, no one else will either. Only you can motivate YOU. Never isolate yourself but be with positive people; remember, winners do what losers wont. Be that spark plug that people may need, you just never know what effect you may have someone.
4. Unhealthy relationships. – Choose your relationships/friendships wisely. Being alone will never cause as much loneliness as the wrong relationships. Surround yourself with people who know your worth. You don’t need tonnes of friends to be happy; its deeper not wider. What do I mean? It simply means it's not the amount of friends you have, it is the people closest in your life that matters. A few will appreciate you for who you are and for those who don't, it simple means move on. Oftentimes walking away has nothing to do with weakness, and everything to do with strength. Walking away does not make others realize your worth, but because you finally have realized your own worth.
5. Dishonesty. – Inner peace is so valuable! it is being able to rest at night knowing you haven’t taken advantage of anyone to get to where you are in life. Users come in various forms, but once you recognize them you always will know what to do. Integrity and self confidence will always reign, in any situation or class. Living a life of honesty creates peace of mind, and this is priceless. Period.  Never be dishonest and don’t put up with people who are.
6. Career choice or a work environment you're not comfortable in. – Never settle and if it doesn’t feel right, you need to pack up your bags and move...literally and mentally. Keep searching, there is nothing wrong with that. Most successful people stumble into "accidental" career choices, please note I said career. With the current economic climate, most have to stick to jobs but having a career is a defining moment. Eventually you will find work and end up doing something you LOVE. If you catch yourself working hard and loving every minute of it, don’t stop; you’re on to something big. Just remember hard work isn’t hard when you concentrate on your passions and also add being smart to the mix.
7. Being unprepared and being disorganized.– When the alarm goes off do not, I repeat do not hit the snooze button. This will only let your body shut down, as its a physiological task to jump up once the alarm goes off...But try not to hit the snooze some mornings and I guarantee you'll see the difference. Set your alarm at least 30 minutes earlier so you don’t have to rush around like a mad person. That 30 minutes will help you avoid speeding tickets, tardiness and other unnecessary headaches. Clear the clutter, get rid of stuff you don’t use. Read this book for some practical organizational guidance.
8. Being Stagnant – The acquisition of knowledge doesn’t mean you’re growing; growing happens when you have applied what you know to ensure changes in your life. Change does not happen by sitting back and thinking about it, how then will you see progress? Cycles can break and habits can die so the best time to start is now.
9. Procrastination. – Do you know what is stressful? the perpetual lingering of unfinished business. Stop procrastinating. Start consciously making the decision, to take action and tie loose ends. Putting something off instantly makes it harder and scarier. Fear is always of the unknown but don't worry, step out in confidence...you can never go wrong.
10. Mulling over past mistakes and regrets. – If you feel like your ship is sinking, it might be a good time to throw out the stuff that’s been weighing it down. Just remember, all the water in an ocean cannot sink a ship, unless it gets inside...the pressures of life cannot hurt you unless you let them. The decision to have less of a cluttered life and cleaning up your space, begin with the things that are truly useless, like old regrets, shame, anger and people. Let it go. You can’t start the next chapter of your life if you keep rereading your previous one.
11. Financial wisdom. – Debt causes stress and heartache. Try to always live a comfortable life, not a wasteful one. Do not practice impulsive shopping, you will end up with things you do not need. Never spend to impress others, wealth is never measured in material objects. Manage your money wisely, so your money does not manage you and always live well below your means, until you can afford to. Read this book to help you nurture a financial mind.
12. Say what you need to say and mean it. – Live your life in absolute truth. Don't censor yourself, speak the truth – your truth – always. Sounds easy right? For some it may not be, as everyone has this little watchdog inside their head. It was born and raised by family, friends, coworkers and society at large and its sole purpose is to watch you and make sure you stay in line. It’s always there watching you. Once you have become accustomed to the watchdog’s presence, you begin to value it’s opinion and start to accept them as absolute truths. But they’re not truths; they’re just other people’s opinions. Remember, the watchdog is just a watchdog, it just watches...that's its job. It can’t actually control you unless you allow it to. When you decide to rise up and go against the grain, there is nothing it can do. No, shouting obscenities and acting like a fool does not equate to "real" or "making a point"...But you must say what you need to say, when you need to say it.  It may be your only chance to do so. Don’t censor yourself.  
I really hope this helped! Making lists is a biggie to me, as it allows you to have a routine. Nope, not to constrict or bore but to see what has been achieved. Try it sometime ;).
Have a great Monday!   
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Hey everyone! How has your week been? Well the bloggie will be much ado about nothing with fashion and makeup - for now. As my articles and blog posts cannot correlate...conflict of interest I suppose. Hopefully the boss  will be more open...eventually ;). As for now taking everything in stride and growing patiently in my new post.
Today's blog is about - what really is the difference between purchasing luxurious brands and lower end brands?. My friends and fam all know that I am sucka for deals, and will admit that Forever 21 has been one of my fave go to stores. Am not averse to wearing luxurious brands but being practical makes my bank account looks sassy, will not hang my hat higher than it can reach - for now ;).
Sheer equipment blouse, Bloomingdale's: $218.00, said to be made in the USA.
Sheer equipment blouse with convertible sleeves, Forever21: $14.80, said to be imported.
Saw this article recently, and it tickled my brain, are those who are in support of these fashion chains, truly being wasteful? How many times can these items be worn before they give up the ghost? What about the 1% that believe in investment pieces and for the most part those who are considered simply as "label whores"? And there are those who aren't really big on brand design awareness but would rather wear something "nice" and "reasonably priced"?
The belief is to save your money and put it towards a few well-chosen pieces that will not date and also one of the best ways to get lasting staple pieces in your wardrobe...and as for the luxury brand sector, the recession is well and truly over...But really, if you are sympathetic to those whose pockets aren't as sunken as those who can afford to support high end designers, there is one brand who has consistently supported the need for this market. When observed carefully and even not so microscopic with their blatant copying...y0u will see that Forever 21 has copied everyone...from big brands to smaller, independent designers. Once a fashion label run by a pair of friends named Moriah Carlson and Alice Wu, sued them for producing clothing out of a printed fabric that looks virtually identical to one of Carlson and Wu's original prints.
An example:
Top: Feral Childe's print. Bottom: Forever 21's.

Is copyright infringement flattery or against the law? 
As one who pinches my dollar...and only browse the high end labels online or for the most part go window shopping or gladly scour through the sale racks of Macy's or Neiman Marcus for deals; I  have always been a big fan of luxury-goods companies. Why? the drive behind these labels - LVMH andCompagnie Financiere Richemont, which ownsCartier, have a license to print money...excuse me? how cool is that? These brands have a mystique and fascination that lasts and once owned, you can dust them off and wear all over again through different seasons. It is impossible to walk down the thoroughfares of luxury, from Rodeo Drive to the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore, without feeling it. Since the market hit bottom 3 years ago, stock in Tiffany's and LVMH has tripled, and Saks has more than quadrupled. By the way how's your portfolio doing?
But the lingering questions are: does clothing possess any artistic or aesthetic qualities that can be entirely separated from its functionality as a “useful item?” Second, would explicitly extending copyright to cover clothing, fit the constitutional foundation that supports all of copyright law? Does the law prohibit copycats, to continuously undercut the original designs of high end designers?
Forever 21 and Marc Jacobs Hudson Bag
When it comes to sales in luxury growth, 75 percent in luxury sales was in emerging markets such as China but the irony is this - most of Forever 21's clothing are said to be imported from there, where labor is cheap and clothes aren't made in the best environment or with the best materials (But I'm not going to touch on labor practices issues, because I'm not educated enough from the standpoint of an attorney to talk about it). For the first time in modern history, the Chinese buy more luxury goods than anyone else - they now account for 25 percent of the global market, edging out the Japanese.
Sidebar: A decade ago, the Chinese had just 2 percent of the market. Yes, the times they are chagin' fo' sho fo' sho.
Check out these knockoffs and you determine:
Diane Von Furstenberg vs Forever21
Tory Birch vs Forever 21
Marc Jacobs

Forever 21
Even "the devil" said so:
In a scene I remember quite keenly from The Devil Wears Prada..."the devil" said that trends start up at the top, and eventually work their way down to Walmart, and without knowing it, you're wearing a designer inspired garment...may have been said with much disdain but rings truth. In my opinion, Forever 21 is simply making fashion accessible to the general public, and when it's comes to fashion it should be a personal choice. There is room for everybody - why do you think high end vintage stores or even thrift shops exists? Some designers are now starting to catch on and are making lines for less expensive stores such as H&M because they realize if you cant beat them join them I suppose.
DIY is now the rage among coin conscious fashionistas, because frankly if you can why not?
"Fashion fades, only style remains the same". - Coco Chanel
Designer pieces as investments, is quite understandable, however, for most, spending $30 on a shirt, dress or blouse that might eventually go out of style, is quite comforting especially to the pockets.
So how will you invest?

Have a glam Thursday!
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Vanessa Williams by Scott Barnes - Face To Face
Hey everyone, if you are one who loves beauty in jar...you probably have makeup artists that you follow for go to tips, yes? if no here is one to look up.
Do you remember Jeniffer Lopez aka J Lo in 2010, where she had this ethereal radiance that was visible every where she went?....and she exuded radiance from the red carpet to her videos? - Well the man behind her look was Scott Barnes. The famous "J Lo Glow" was a signature look that everyone was dying to imitate....Scott created a product called Body Bling, which he started using on her because his belief  is that "looking expensive is the sexiest thing a woman can do. It beats the h*ll out of looking cheap." 
Personally, his books are must haves - they are a compendium of everything makeup artist Scott Barnes has learned during his 22 year career - packed with techniques for every area of makeup application. Like Kevin Aucoin (not comparing, but he is my fave), his books feature step-by-step photos outlining makeup techniques and products. He also provides commentary, on how he pinpoints a woman’s strongest asset and then build around it. I especially like that he highlights beauty rituals, must-have makeup items and inner and outer preparations, that a woman must embrace in order to look beautiful and radiate charisma...those my beautiful ones are key!
Body Bling is described as a “semi stain” that acts like a self tanner, when applied its like applying a heavily pigmented moisturizer all over your body.
Barnes creation was made to cover - covers age spots, spider veins, and freckling. He is also a strong advocate for self tanners, as he lost his brother to skin cancer (Melanoma) five years ago. It protects and saves your skin from the sun and can be easily washed away after it has been worn.
His other book is out, which features the symmetrically correct Kim Kardashian on the cover, and just like his first book is a good reference guide. Lovely coloured photos showing beautiful transformations, celeb features and of course instructions and techniques that were used. His books are good for mid level expertise and higher but its definately a must have. If you would like to have semi intimate lessons from him, he will be a featured blogger on People.
Here are some books that are on my coffee table, that you could look up if you like:
Kevin Aucoin
Sam Fine
Bobby Brown
Other reads:
Laura Mercier
Gucci Westman
Jackie Tyson
Pat MacGrath
Lisa Eldridge, these are just a few.
And because photography walks hand in hand with makeup, here are a few books to source:
Robert Avedon
David LaChapelle
Thiery Le Gous
I also sometimes research interview snippets done by artists from old Hollywood...just love the old glamor. Allan 'Whitey' Snyder, Marilyn Monroe's makeup artist, had some tips that to this day I think were very evolved for that time....he was very good at "creating" a look.  
Go and devour!
Have a happy Tuesday.
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Life isn’t meant to be lived perfectly…but merely to be LIVED. Boldly, wildly, beautifully, uncertainly, imperfectly, magically LIVED. -Mandy  Hale

Every year I start off  with a blog of purpose, and this year the poignant points to convey - really was not emerging with me. So after days of pondering; I began to look back over the years at persons, who for one reason or another, is worth admiration...and decided to pinpoint attributes about them, that motivate or impress upon me. These include Artists, Astronauts,  Business women, Business men, Designers, Financial gurus, Government officials, Makeup Artists, Marxists, Media personalities, Musicians, People who have passed through or still is in my life, Poets, Revolutionists, Savants, Starlets, Sport officials, Techies, and Writers. One attribute that is very common with them is that, though their paths may have been different they all had one thing in common - they declared their future VERBALLY....and if any doubt was cast initially - there was no doubt to be had...as there was iota of truths to their declarations. This year I decided to share some of them with you. Firstly let me start off with one very important thing to acquire this year.
In 2012 the attempt to do this for the following year 2103...was quite unsuccessful to say the least. By the second month the jar had began to gather moth....by the fourth month it was smashed by accident...by the fifth month all was forgotten. Point being made? About half of us apparently make New Year's Resolutions each year. Exercise, weightloss, quitting drinking, quitting smoking, tone down on partying, spending excessively, working towards a qualification, travels etc....these are usually some of the most popular concerns. Guess what? Businesses know this too. At the right time (just around the turn of the year) we’re bombarded with adverts designed to attract people who’ve just resolved to change something important in their lives. 
Willpower is one thing and isn’t very helpful, if the down-side of failure makes people despondent. To be more successful set achievable goals, break them down into doable steps, tell a close friend or family member about your plans, and reward yourself for successes. It’s also very important to be aware that we all occasionally make mistakes. People who are usually successful in achieving their resolutions, tend to accept this fact. Self analysis and a healthy dose of a little self-criticism ok. Intrinsically doing this at the beginning of the year, is always a good thing. Just don't be too hard on yourself when you have not met a goal, especially if you had bench-marked the timing.
As the man said....
Do you know that the source of most of your problems and gateway to success is within you - from the neck up? The power that is carried by our thoughts and words, is underestimated by most. They're so powerful that they can bring either blessings or curses into our lives, depending on their nature.
Getting rid of negative thinking is not enough. For example, I sometimes get horrible migraines and I would make statements like "Oh, this headache is killing me" .... sure enough it would last the whole day! Or someone sneezes and they may think "Oh, I'm probably getting the flu." These types of negative statements seem to come so naturally to all of us. We need to discipline ourselves to be more positive - it's not so easy! Our thoughts and words are like the rudder of a ship - they may seem small, but they affect the very direction of our lives. Reacting negatively, allows fear to take over our thinking. We begin to dwell on things that haven't even happened and may not happen. Our negative thoughts cause us to speak the words that will shape our future.
Recently CNN's anchor Zain Verjee, revealed that she battled Psoriasis with a rigid diet, will power and the mind . Some may say what is claimed at best, is only conjecture....but the proof is in the results.   
“Whatever you feel, you become. It is your responsibility.” 
- Osho
I'm sure in hindsight, you'll realize that you may have declared somethings over your life and they may have come to fruition - whether negative or positive.
Choosing better thoughts, and speaking positively will change and reap a better life. The temptation to think negatively is a constant temptation BUT we don't have to accept it. We have a choice.
 "Death and life are in the power of the  tongue…."
 - Proverbs 18:21
Choosing life generating thoughts, will emit positive, powerful, life-giving words - that will naturally follow. Controlling our thoughts is one thing, controlling the mouth is another. You'll never control your mouth unless you first learn to control your mind. Our words will bring forth whatever we desire.
And God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light.
Genesis 1:3
A great example of how powerful words are.... 
Believing is the first important step to switching our thinking from being negative to positive...and making our future tangible. Remember, what's in our hearts and minds will come out of our mouths. Whatever desires we have, will become attainable based on those theorems.
1. Automatic positive thoughts allow for a mental foundation that puts your mind at ease. This in turn makes you better equipped to make difficult decisions and helps you to stop second-guessing yourself. With clear goals and less-clouded judgment, your motivation and desire to reach such goals will be increased since you will see them as attainable. Looking on the bright side can go long way. 
....And remember to smile -Nelson Mandela
See the glass half full, find the silver lining, look on the bright side...there are endless platitudes and cliches that are so regularly recited, they don't seem to carry much meaning. This seems especially true on the days when metaphorical rain pours down on your metaphorical parade, or when a storm cloud seems to be hovering over your head for days on end. But taking a closer look at optimism reveals these everyday turn of phrases actually have the right idea in mind. 
Once you equip yourself with the proper tools to transform negative thoughts into positive ones, you'll begin to notice a change, not only in yourself, but in other aspects of your life from relationships to even your physical appearance :). 

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Hey everyone, these sporadic postings has got to stop :)...but balancing time is not as easy as I want it to be but I'm working that out. Being here in the US, I realize that women invest alot in makeup and is also very dependent on it. Conducted business at a place once and I saw a woman who had the most beautiful skin, so I decided to compliment her. Her response as she gasped was "and I'm not even wearing my makeup". Normally I would think the reverse to wearing makeup, was wearing the naked face (that has no flaws) as a badge of honor (sort of) - as makeup is worn to enhance and conceal...but alas, I guess not. 
Dabbing on a little concealer before leaving your house is normal, especially if you do it because you feel like you need it. So I got into google detective mode and found a new study by the Harris poll,that was conducted on behalf of the Renfrew Center Foundation which research eating disorders, and the poll shows that 44% of women feel unattractive without any makeup on.
If you've been swiping on the mascara since you were a pre-teen, the study also found that one-quarter of women started wearing makeup at age 13 or younger. Which one can see how a woman can feel totally confident without it. Oddly enough, a survey in the UK have shown that wearing less makeup can have positive effects on your career.  It was revealed that 1/3 of bosses believe women sometimes wear too much makeup to work.
Can't speak for all women, but perhaps we could try embracing our natural faces, if its even sometimes. To make the list of People Magazine’s ‘Most Beautiful’ list for 2013, is Kelly Rowland and inside the issue you can find her confidently posing with little to no makeup on. Such a natural beauty!.
Now as a makeup artist this means business for me, as it enables me to cater to the cosmetic needs of others...but I always root for - if you wear makeup often depending on your job, lifestyle etc. sometimes give your face a breather; trust me it will thank you! Beauty is diverse and makeup usage is interpreted by different cultures. What applies to one may not apply to the other.
Lets start with the bible shall we...yes I did say the Bible. Cosmetics have appeared in the Christian Bible, as frankincense and myrrh are brought to Jesus upon meeting him as a baby in the New Testament. Frankincense is an aromatic resin from specific trees in Oman, Yemen, and Somalia. It is used in incense as well as in perfumes. Myrrh is dried sap from trees in Yemen, Somalia, Ethiopia, and Jordan, which is used in mixtures of incense, as an additive to wine, in perfumes, toothpastes, lotions, and other modern day toiletries.
Jezebel who appears in the Old Testament, was a Phoenician princess who became a queen by marrying King Ahab of the Northern Kingdom - during the time the nation of Israel was divided into Northern (Israel) and Southern (Judah) kingdoms. She was described, as a woman who accents her eyes with cosmetics (around 840 B.C.).
Of course, there is no direct evidence that women in ancient Israel wore make-up, since there are no Israelite statues or images similar to Egyptian ones...But Israel was always influenced by its powerful neighbor to the south, and it is reasonable to suppose that this influence also affected Hebrew/Israelite women.
African culture and makeup practices goes way back, we are talking years! Makeup is used for traditional purposes and in areas of Africa that is very westernized, makeup is worn with that influence. Likewise African culture has also influenced Europe, where the sartorial and cosmetic businesses in Europe have elements shown in their products. 
Beyonce in L'Officiel magazine.
Personally, I maintain that the dark face makeup is bothersome. Here's why: No particular tribe or religion is ever mentioned and there are literally hundreds of ethnic groups on the continent of Africa. Face paint (makeup) is used in many different ways. So if you're not specifically copying a particular people, religion or "ritual," then what you're really doing is just asserting that "face paint" is something "Africans" do. It's a very Western/Eurocentric way of thinking....In my Humble opinion. 

Caucasian Model, Ondria Hardin poses as an “African Queen” for Numéro magazine

This is a VERY sensitive subject but "imitation is the highest form of flattery" it is said but is there a need to paint an entire white modelblack? I digress.
Ambassador Drew Barrymore Against Hunger for the UN World Food Program, wearing traditional Kenyan garb and jewellery.
Cosmetics have been used in India, since the IV or V Century. Coal was used as a form of eyeshadow for both men and women. Vermilion, which is an opaque orange-red pigment derived from powdering Cinnabar (mercury sulfide), was used as blush to color the cheeks. However, it is Henna, more specifically Mehndi, the art of painting with henna on the hands and feet, which is perhaps the most well-known cosmetic application from this exotic land. In the American culture, henna is borrowed and used as a painless alternative to tattooing. 
An Indian Bride
The Indian culture, is also known for their beautiful jewellery and clothes as well.
How a culture represents wearing makeup, clothes, jewellery and even skincare/skin regimen varies across the globe. These are now oftentimes borrowed by the western world and is even capitalized on a great monetary level.  
Jamaica has also been influenced by various cultures - from our African heritage to the indentured servants (Indian, Chinese and White) whose descendants are now residents of the island...and we also "borrow" from other islands especially Trinidad, where carnival celebration is widely celebrated - makeup and costuming is replicated on some levels.
The coat of arms of Jamaica, is very indicative of what our culture is :). Globally most may consider us to be of only the black persuasion but the people of Jamaica are of many races.    
Next post, I will give tips from different cultures that can be applied to your everyday life.
Thanks for reading, Happy Monday!

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Do you think fearlessly with your inner fabulous?
Hey everyone! so this is going to be a lil break from my bloggie, as school and studying is high on my priority list right now.
So, have you been keeping up with reality TV? haven't as much (yes I do watch a few) and 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' is one that does not interest me...or shall I say does not entertain me anymore. Kenya Moore has been added as a new cast member and after setting the net ablaze with the catch phrase ‘I’m gone with the wind fabulous’, the newcomer is hoping to not only have a similar effect on the iTunes charts but be the star of the show...I suppose. Why talk about the happenings of those up there in the big A? Growing up, it was inculcated to admire and to never think anyone was better than I am; no matter their status or the weight of their bank account. After hearing about Mizz Moore's "performance"...for me; the facetof Moore - the Miss USA that broke barriers for other black women in the history of American pageants - that fearless young lady I once admired as a little girl growing up...will still remain admired. So, are you fearless?
If you have never watched 'Gone with the wind', it is a classic film that is worth watching. The act of going in the wind fabulously (or eat my dust as Ifabulously exit), as is demonstrated by Kenya Moore, was based off that film and Scarlett O'harawas indeed fabulous and fearless - but not without flaws...and you know, the word fabulous has become a dead metaphor...sadly. In my opinion, the word has become emptied of its original meaning and it no longer denotes 'awe-inspiring'...But enough of what I think, although there are so many examples that could be given, as to why its also used in oxymoronic ways.
How do you conquer fear? In business or otherwise?
Self-doubt and self-destructive thoughts, are thoughts that sometimes loop through our brains. It is imperative to shake these negative thoughts, as one cannot go confidentially in the direction of their dreams - especially when riddled with fear and doubt. Changing perspective is better than giving into destructive thoughts. To change perspective, remind yourself of your purpose on this earth...follow your heart and place your focus on the positives. When fear rises inside of me, I visualize outcomes in a positive light. This is not a notion to which I mentally assent but have patiently made a living reality. Never be afraid of dreaming big, and hold that thought in your heart and mind. A positive outcome should be the reality you desire and be done to the best of your ability. Mastering this visualization technique, takes time! but it can be so helpful. Nelson Mandela once quoted Marianne Williamson in a brilliant speech, and those powerful words have always given me strength. May thBe Single

2. Positive thinking may seem to only directly affect your mental health, but a shift in attitude can be just  as beneficial for your physical health. Negative thinking, however, activates centers of the brain that cause stress hormones to be released. This hormonal cascade, if not managed properly, can lead to many of the disorders and diseases that commonly afflict people today. In the long run, regularly harboring positive thoughts can make your body more resilient and help it combat ailments by releasing neurohormones to offset stress hormones.
3. In addition to helping your body on the inside, positive thinking can work wonders on your outer appearance too. Unmanaged stress may not be theroot of skin problems, but it tends to be a trigger factor for pre-existing conditions such as acne and eczema. A simple smile (which already works to brighten your appearance) can quickly put you on the path of positive thinking. This, in turn, will keep those stress levels in check and help keep your skin clear. You will have a natural glow. 
4. Perhaps one of the most important benefits of positive thinking is its ability to change the way you see yourself. Once you begin to have a more positive attitude, you'll begin build confidence and a sense of sureness, because you'll start to trust and believe in yourself. Remember, the first person you need to be in relationship with is yourself. By being kind to yourself and bringing yourself to positive thoughts, all the other benefits will gently unfold and only increase over time. 
Here is a great video to watch:
And here are a FEW of my inspirations:
Althea Gisbon - Tennis player
Anais Nin - Poet and writer
Carolina Herrera - Designer
David of the bible
Deborah of the bible
Bill Gates - Microsoft
Frida - Artist
Gloria Steinem - Writer
Hafiz - Poet
Jane Fonda - Actress and Activist
Joseph of the bible
Jay Z - Musical Savant, rapper and business man  
Kimberly Bryant - Black Girls Code
Layla-Joy Williams - Shoe Designer
Mae Jamison - Astronaut
Magic Johnson - Basketball player and Business man
Malala Yousafzai - Activist for women and children 
Martin Luther King - Revolutionist
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