“Magic is believing in yourself, if you can do that, you can make anything happen.” ~ Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
It’s been 20 years since JK Rowling brought us to the world of magic, with endless possibilities.. beliefs.. strength..self power.. a whole new universe ❤️
After all this time..
Dear LGBT Tribe,
This one is for you. You’re all freaking amazing & wonderful people.
No matter where you are right now; even if you are hiding because of society, you have to know that there are people who just love you for who you are.
It breaks our hearts to see some douchebags still talking shits about the LGBT tribe in this 21st Century.
You know what?
They are just dickheads 🙂
You do not have to hide or feel guilty for loving a man or a woman.
It’s just who you are.
You have the right to be who the hell you wanna be & love who the hell you want to. No one has the power to take that away from you.
We are all God-gifted. And, so are you all!
#Love to all
The other time, I came across a post on LinkedIn from someone who was criticizing Facebook in a very negative way. He ended his post with:
“Thank you for ruining our lives, Mark Zuckerberg.”
I was taken aback for a while & I thought how and why on earth, I connected with such an idiot!
Now, some of you are gonna tell me that Facebook has indeed changed lives and it’s a very bad thing. We hear many negative comments about Facebook; how people are now hooked up on this social media, how quality family time has decreased or the fact that our children are growing too fast because of this and the list just goes on and on..
I’m sorry, how is this Mark’s fault again? O.o
But then, we should lashed out on the Father of the Computer as well or the key inventors of the internet.
Because if the PC didn’t exist , the internet wouldn’t be here and hackers wouldn’t exist, and the word pornography would have been non-existent.
Mark had a vision, which he made come true. He is a successful entrepreneur and I believe that all the struggling entrepreneurs out there should look up to him. It is not easy to get a successful business going.
Facebook has never had a negative impact on me. And, I know people who aren’t at all affected by social media.
It’s all in people’s mentality. How you used something depends on you only. How people used Facebook depends on their mentality ONLY. It’s their sole choice to use the social media in that negative way.
If Facebook is having a negative impact on you, the person you should blame is YOU only. You can’t hold Mark Zuckerberg for your choices & your decisions.
How is this logical? Where is the fucking logic?
Let me share with you how Facebook has helped me:
1) I have a Facebook page for TEG which helps to connect to a large audience.
2) There are so many blogging groups on Facebook which gets me the feedback, help that I need for my business.
3)The Facebook Live is awesome!
4) If I need an information about a company’s services/products, I just msg them on their Facebook pages, it is so quick and helpful!
After Instagram & Pinterest, Facebook plays a massive role in marketing and communication with my audience. And, I’m sure that all entrepreneurs out there will agree with that!
It’s all about knowing how to use something effetively and wisely.
My mentors & coaches, people who inspire me , motivate me, I connect to them via Facebook video/ live.
They are all using this social media to get a message out and make a difference to the world.
If they can, so why can’t you?
I know, most people are going to disagree with this post.
But, social media can bring out many positive vibes.
I have a BA in Clinical Psychology and have worked in the mental health field ever since. I’ve always had a passion for helping people and it seemed to be the path that I was meant to go on. I have worked in two mental health facilities and two substance abuse facilities. One was in and the other was out patient. I have also done in home work with kids and adults with developmental disabilities.
I left my last job in February 2017. The leadership in the facility that I was working in was awful. I loved my job as a Chemical Dependency Technician, but I couldn’t stay. I was working a schedule I hated and I was tired all the time. I wasn’t seeing my kids or husband much and at one point, he decided that he was done watching me struggle. I left and haven’t worked since.
While sitting at home as a stay home mom again for the second time in less than 2 years, I started thinking of how I could make this a permanent thing. I have a couple of health conditions that may make it difficult in the future to hold down a full time job and I wanted to still be able to make money, do something I liked and help people. That’s when I discovered life coaching.
I started doing all kinds of research and that was it. I decided to open Brave Wings Coaching. It seems to fit everything I wanted. I’m working on my own time. If I am not feeling well, I can work at my own pace. I have contacted friends to help me build up a webpage, a new service and other small details. I do not have clients yet, and that seems to be my biggest issues.
I have consulted with the SBA and two very nice men have become my consultants in helping me come up with marketing ideas to fix that issue, as that is the main idea for opening a business! I’m working on these ideas daily and am hoping to see results soon. I have written and typed out a business plan, created a Facebook business page and a few other social media things that I am hoping to build my business.
I am learning more daily and am enjoying the challenge that this brings. I know I can help people in the ways I am hoping to. I am mainly focused on helping those in transition, meaning in the middle of life changes, but that doesn’t mean that they have to be in crisis to see me. I am also ready to help those who need extra help in setting goals and being held accountable for making them come to fruition.
LinkedIn: Wrae Sanders
Google+: Wrae Sanders
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