BUSINESS WOMEN: ARE YOU READY TO WRITE YOUR STORY?

Attention: Business Women ARE YOU READY TO WRITE YOUR STORY? Every woman in business should write her success story to help build her platform and to inspire others. Are you a woman in business who took a leap of faith to start a business, overcame many trials, or have a quirky story about your journey through entrepreneurship? There are so…

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Top 25 Women in Business to Grace the Cover

We are excited and looking forward to highlighting the Top 25 women in business on the cover of our special edition. Businesswomen are making major moves! You’ve read about others who made the lists of accomplished people in magazines such as Forbes, Ebony, and others. Now, Courageous Woman Magazine has their list of the Top Women in Business. We are…

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It’s Post Your Business Day! JOIN Us On Facebook LIVE

COURAGEOUS WOMAN Promote Your Business Day Thursday, June 28, 2018 Starts at 6 am EST Post your business flyer, Business card, or just write the details about your business on our Facebook page There are so many amazing women in the Courageous Woman Network who have businesses, products or services.  And if you’re one of those women with a business, there’s a…

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Get Featured in our BET Weekend Special Edition FLASH SPECIAL!!

Flash Special!!! Our business is supporting women in business. We provide media/advertising services to women looking to gain exposure for their business and expand their brand.  Our goal is to make you shine like a diamond, to get people interested in you and your business, patronize your services or buy your books. We are preparing our June issue to be…

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Kimmoly Rice-Ogletree: Why Doesn’t Your Business Look Like Hers?

Kimmoly Rice-Ogletree: Why Doesn’t Your Business Look Like Hers Kimmoly Rice-Ogletree says you should never measure your God-given gift by someone else’s yardstick. We all have our own path to chart. Comparing yourself to someone else can cause the demise of your business. You may be in your second year of business comparing yourself to someone with 12 years. Stay…

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I’ll Invent It; One Woman’s Journey To Create Her Own Product

The Smarter Hook, made in America, is a universal tool that holds 14 lbs. The use is driven by the individual’s creative need. Have you ever needed a specific tool or product that didn’t really exist?  That is what Yvette Leslie felt the moment she came up with the idea for the Smarter Hook product. In 2008 Yvette started taking nylon…

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Jody Watley Makes a Come Back With Shalamar Reloaded!

The new Issue of Courageous Woman Magazine. Click the link below for the  full digital issue or read the article below  “I’m Just Walking Out My Blessing”: Grammy Award-winning Music and Style Icon Jody Watley Stays Poised Under Pressure Written by FaLessia Booker Photos by Albert Sanchez CLICK the ICON to FOLLOW US If you rocked a puffy tulle skirt…

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Lori Pelzer Transformative Success Speaker & Coach

Lori Pelzer: Award Winning Coach “Lori has inspired me to dream again. She has awakened in me, dreams that were dormant inside and stirred up a passion to live the life I was meant to live. Her passion to see women achieve and BE who they were created to be is contagious. Lori will ignite a fire inside of you…

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Courageous Woman Radio Guest: Screenwriter/Director Renee McClellan

Tune in to the Courageous Woman Radio Show Tuesday February 11, 2014. My guest will be Emmy Award Winning Writer and Director Renee McClellan. Talk about DETERMINATION, Renee McClellan showed she was determined when she packed up her four kids and relocated from Chicago to California in pursuit of her dreams. After obtaining her Bachelor’s degree in Film and then…

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Cincinnati Bengals Oldest Cheerleader Shares Inspirational Story

By Telishia Berry Photos By Steve & Jeff Nagel We all possess the tools to realize our dreams, yet at times lack courage. Thankfully, Laura Vikmanis believed she had the talent, drive and the skills to be a cheerleader for an NFL team, Vikmanis had the courage to audition for the Ben-Gals, the Cincinnati Bengals Cheer Squad–at age 39! Trapped…

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Singer Stacy Lattisaw Tells Why She Left The Music Industry

By Telishia Berry Photo by April Sims Cover designed by Tisha Brenee’ By the time she was thirteen, singer Stacy Lattisaw was a chart-topping R & B sensation. The girl from Washington, D.C. with the strong, yet sweet voice made a big impression on the 1980’s music scene with a string of hits that included, “Let Me Be Your Angel,”…

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