On Sunday, April 28th, we held our fifth Philly brunch meetup at SoleFood (1200 Market Street) and had our largest turnout to date. There were a diversity of industries represented from education, fashion, insurance, online media, and public relations. We continued the discussion from our New York session on how women represent themselves in business. Each attendee was asked to apply it to their own business and industry and we gained many different perspectives. It was a very inspiring event and if you missed this one, please be on the look out for our next upcoming meetups that we will host this summer. Follow us on twitter @100BusinessGrls and sign up to our newsletter by clicking that link in the top left hand corner.
Here are the remaining tips from our previous post:
Change is a given. Everything must come to an end in order to allow growth.
Consider yourself a VIP/Think & Act Like A CEO
Whether just starting your business, or working for others, always hold your head high.
Step Outside Your Comfort Zone
Don’t be afraid to try something new.
Celebrate Other’s Success
Congratulate your colleagues. Cheer for their success as if it were your own. Read about others who are where you want to be and learn from them.
Thank you to everyone in attendance:
Regina Hutchings - Founder, Hutchings Consulting & Services, LLC
Shantae Landingham J.D. MBA - The Vanguard Group
Melissa Lopez - Motivational Life Coach, Positively Shining
Parisnicole Payton - President & CEO, The PNP Agency
www.thepnpagency.com | Twitter @thepnpagency
Ciara Hathaway - Co-owner, Tripl3 H3lix Fashion Boutique
Shanyah Wright - Co-owner, Tripl3 H3lix Fashion Boutique
Onyx Roberts - Global Lipstick
Jeta Stephens - Global Lipstick
Toosdhi Perry - Independent Medicare Advantage Agent
Essence Cohen MA - Mental Health Therapist &
Columnist, Everything Girls Love - www.everythinggirlslove.com
Sylvia Simms - Member, School Reform Commission
& Founder/President, Parent Power
Quibila Divine - President/Founder of EARTHS
& Director of Education & Community Resources, Women's Christian Alliance
Haniyyah Sharpe - President, Temple Association of Black Journalists
& Chair of Communications for the Congressional Black Caucus Alumni Association