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Dress the part now, Sis!

First impressions are only part of it. And while, many women of color concern themselves what they wear and whether to be natural or not, the ultimate concern should be a matter of this: Are you ready to lead and are you already demonstrating it? In No Thanks: 7 Ways to Say I’ll Just Include Myself, The Remix, I tell the story of how my mother, who was…

Southern Dallas Magazine Covers No Thanks, The Remix

“Even in the midst of a pandemic, there is an opportunity to raise your voice, to make the request and to make the demand. Just look around you–from Stacy Abrams to Keisha Lance Bottoms, and even in Texas where there are now more black women in judge’s seats than ever. The power in this movement is amazing.”   Thank you, Southern Dallas Business & Living Magazine for sharing…

Carve out some dedicated time for your goals once a day

  High performing executives are so busy killing it for everyone else, that many times they forget to direct that same energy into goals for themselves. Try carving out 20 minutes a day to focus on those things that will move you forward, and see what a difference it makes. Sign up for the NSC Spring Cleaning Group Coaching that kicks of Monday, April 12, 2021. We’ll take…

It’s time you were intentional about your leadership goals.

“I’ve never looked for a position in my entire career.” That’s an excellent position to be in, but what if you decided to be intentional about your direction and leadership aspirations? Are you allowing your path to be plotted by someone else? Selective, yes, but still simply taking it as it comes… if it comes? Are you wondering why that “tap on the shoulder” hasn’t come your way…

The Culture Soup Podcast: Ep 130: Black History Hit Different with Sacha Thompson

Companies are going all out for #BlackHistoryMonth, and it’s…awkward. I wouldn’t be the first to say that in the current cultural context, watching Black History Month unfold in social media news feeds is a bit surreal. If you are Black, you may be in one of two camps: you are either loud and proud and a bit defiant in your celebration of Black Excellence, or you are completely…

A letter to my brothers…

My brothers… Please be careful. You sound like the All Lives Matter crew when you question why Black Women require advocacy. You too can be an ally if you open your minds, and it would mean a lot. It’s amazing how many Black men get a little frazzled when they learn that I’m an advocate for women and women of color. They start asking questions like: “what about…

Privilege: what’s in it for those who aren’t?

What is the opportunity for outsiders in privilege? This conversation between America’s Psychologist Dr. Jeff Gardere and myself unpacks a very nuanced view on privilege which can unlock a new mindset for Women of Color battling bias on their way to executive leadership. Here is one of the many gems jammed pack in my book No Thanks: 7 Ways to Say I’ll Just Include Myself about how to…

Ep 104: #ThrowbackThursday Secure the Bag with Jacqueline Twillie

If there is anything that this movement is teaching us, it is that we can no longer be silent.  How are you impacting change where you live?  In your house? In your pocketbook?  In your career?  Systemic racism is pervasive and in the corporate workplace, it’s a part of the furniture.  How can you leverage this moment in time to get what is rightfully yours?  I’m calling back…

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