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Pop Quiz… #Mompreneur, Sylvia Hubbard talks… invite to your event to inspire, empower and educate #motownmom
Inspiring Others with Plan, Pray and Parent has been wonderful and I’d love to inspire, encourage and educate more.
Here’s a great clip I’d love to share
Links to other speaking events
- Mompreneur speaking event :
- Blogging workshop: https://www.facebook.com/yalonda.wynn/videos/220482945534238/
- The secret society of storytelling/My first love: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFUXF2y7c0s&list=PLvByVkrSQUBmyHLKkPs0hsAlDPFhZ7SV8&index=3&t=4s
- Workshop Speaking: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BpkA5lfC2I&list=PLvByVkrSQUBmyHLKkPs0hsAlDPFhZ7SV8&index=7&t=0s
Articles/Interviews with Sylvia
You have to wake up every day and find love within yourself.
Whether you hate your hair, hate your teeth or can’t stand that fat on your belly you have to look in the mirror and fall right back in love with that person looking at you because like my momma said ‘God don’t make junk’ and you are unique and extraordinary because there is no one in the world like you plus if you don’t love you no one else will.
So love yourself because with that love no one can control you, or make you feel bad or even make you do things you don’t wanna do. Love yourself because you get these lovely braingasms when you look in the mirror the more you do.
Love yourself cause God is love and God is in you.
“Forgiveness is for you and not the other person,” is a statement that I’ve heard several times and it would always make me cringe. How would forgiving someone help me and set me free?
For a long time, I didn’t know how to forgive. I didn’t know how to “let go” of what someone else did which proved to be significant after my divorce. I never forgave my ex-husband because I was angry about what took place in our marriage and how it ended. I was satisfied with blaming him for his actions which made me very bitter.
Four years post my divorce, I decided to go on a spiritual and personal development journey to discover why I held so much anger. While on my journey, I realized that I was entertaining the same type of relationships which caused hurt and disappointment. My life wasn’t changing for the better. It was a new year and a different age, but the results were the same which led me to believe that I was a broken woman.
How could I be a broken woman? I took care of the home, I made sure that our children had what they needed, and went out with my friends occasionally. I spent time with family and did volunteer work.
If you checked out my social media, I was always smiling and it appeared as if I was living my best life, but there was a pain that existed that no one could see, including me.
Truth be told, forgiveness was never a strength of mine. I just didn’t know how to let go of the hurt, frustration, and disappointment that would arise when the wrong people entered into my life, but today is a new day because I have chosen to forgive. By making it a choice, it opened my heart and mind to start a new journey.
It was also necessary to educate myself about forgiveness. The more I learned about it, the easier life became. Here is what I learned: