Regina King Offers the Secret to Gaining True Power & Success

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Nowadays, everyone wants to be a boss.

From social media influencers to the women side-hustling just to make ends meet, there are so many different definitions of what being a “boss" really means. But when you take a closer look at the most successful, most impactful business women of today, there is one factor that they all have in common: the ability to empower others.

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My best friend and I were having a conversation about prayer one day, and she said to me, "You have to be SPECIFIC with your prayers to God; don't leave anything out!" That really stuck with me, because prior to this, there had been so many times I've prayed or meditated over something, and while sometimes I received what I asked for, most of the time it wasn't quite what I thought I wanted.

I prayed for a new job, but that new job didn't end up fulfilling me. I've prayed for new opportunities, but when the opportunities came, I would often pass on them because, again, they weren't quite right. I even prayed for a new man, and girl, you can imagine how that went since I wasn't SPECIFIC.

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Reginae Carter Lost 10 Pounds in 5 Days! Here's How She Did It!


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Reginae Carter is serious about her fitness these days, so much so that the 19-year-old has been able to drop a large amount of weight in an extremely short span of time.

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Ciara Opens Up About Manifesting Her Best Life

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When I think about my life, I often think about all the sacrifices I've made thus far just to make it another day.

I've given up relationships, jobs, and even a bit of comfort in the pursuit of what I visualize as my dreams. A lot of times, it's easier to focus on what you don't have. However, when we're able to, instead, focus on what we do have, we grant ourselves permission to manifest additional greatness into our lives.

In a lot of ways, singer and model Ciara is a glowing example of what a lot of us strive to be: the mother, the wife, and the career woman, doing it all in a seemingly effortless way. In the past, the 32-year-old has spoken about manifesting her dream husband, quarterback Russell Wilson, and why her intentional focus on positive affirmations have led her to lead the life of her dreams. But that's not the only blessing she spoke into existence.

Recently, Ciara linked up with Cosmopolitan to shoot her first cover for the magazine and also dropped some gems about her ambition, her goals, and why she will never entertain an online troll.

#NoWaistTrainer Here! Taraji is 46 and Body Fabulous!

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by Sabrina Perkins of SeriouslyNatural.org

Have you seen Taraji, queen of nighttime drama, diva of #EMPIRE, sharing her gorgeous body on Instagram? No?  Well do NOT feel bad because I'm gonna clue you in. She's showing out beautifully and sharing that the body of a 46 year old is lovely, taut and fab in all the right places!

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Angela Simmons Gives Birth To A Baby Boy

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Written by Mike Orie of TheConsciousTip.com

Congratulations Angela Simmons!

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Celebs Speak Up for Justice


by Tiffani Greenaway of MyMommyVents.com

We've criticized athletes and celebrities for not using their platforms to speak about the injustices in our community. We've called them to the carpet for remaining tight lipped in the face of the mass shooting in Orlando or the massacre of Black men across our country.

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Ooh, Ooh, Oops - Rich Homie Quan Destroys "Get Money"


by Tiffani Greenaway of MyMommyVents.com

After a stellar BET Awards, we just knew that VH1 was going to do an equally amazing job with their VH1 Hip Hop Honors on Monday night--but the show is trending for an entirely different reason.

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Celebrate #BlackGirlMagic with Gabby Douglas Barbie


by Tiffani Greenaway of MyMommyVents.com

20-year old Gabrielle Douglas made history in 2012 when she became the first U.S. athlete to win both team and all-around gold medals. She's also the first black gymnast in Olympic history to become the Individual All-Around Champion.

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Here's 5 Songs To Celebrate Missy Elliott's 45th Birthday


By Mike Orie of TheConscousTip.com
Today is Missy Elliott's 45th birthday, and if you've been a fan as long as I have then you've been holding her down since the cassette tape era. Elliott was born July 1, 1970, in the town of Portsmouth, Virginia. She would overcome many hardships at a young age, but ultimately they would lead her to a very successful career. Although she hasn't released an album since 2005, Elliott's music has remained a prominent mainstay. In honor of her 45th birthday, we've put together a list of 5 songs to celebrate Missy Elliott's 45th birthday. Check them out below and let us know your favorite in the comment section.

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by Tiffani Greenaway of MyMommyVents.com

Although the commercials promised it would be “lit,” I really wasn’t expecting much from the BET awards. A couple cray outfits to show up on the blogs, a few performances for us to roast on Black Twitter, some wilding out on the red carpet, and as always, MC Lyte.

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Angela Bassett Is Launching A Skin Care Line For Darker Skin Tones


By Mike Orie of TheConsciousTip.com

For years, women of color with darker skin have always had challenges finding skin care products that are designed specifically for them. Angela Bassett wants to change that. She's teamed up with Dr. Barbara Sturm to launch a skin care line specifically designed to target darker skin tones. Titled Darker Skin Tones by Barbara Sturm, the line launches in July and will contain ingredients that aim to help the skin, reduce inflammations, even the tone and minimize pores and hyper-pigmentation.
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Watch Beyonce's Official Music Video For "Sorry"


Written by Mike Orie of TheConsciousTip.com

Earlier this year Beyonce released her sixth studio album Lemonade. It would become her sixth straight number 1 album, selling 485,000 copies in its first week. The project premiered on HBO in an hour long video before it was officially released on Tidal, a streaming service Bey has part ownership in.
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Seriously, No Shade: Azealia Banks Confirms Skin Lightening


by Tiffani Greenaway of MyMommyVents.com

The woman known for throwing shade is a few shades lighter herself.

Possibly shamed so much by the public dragging she got from 14-year old Disney star Skai Jackson, Azealia Banks seems to be taking on a whole new identity altogether.

The originator of your favorite Twitter beefs confirmed that she's been bleaching her beautiful brown skin with Whitenicious, a controversial lightening cream.

Rihanna Is Launching A New College Scholarship Foundation


by Mike Orie of www.theconscioustip.com

Rihanna has announced a new college scholarship foundation to assist future students who plan to continue their college education in the United States. The scholarship program will target citizens or natives of several places including Brazil, Cuba, Haiti, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica and her hometown Barbados.

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Hillary Clinton laughs at her own jokes at 2016 Black Girls Rock! Awards

by Mike Orie of www.theconscioustip.com

Well, I don’t really know what a bad hair day is like, because I keep a low cut tapered on the sides. But Monday reminded of me what being in New Orleans during Essence Fest might feel like for a Black girl with natural hair. Three days ago, the 10th annual Black Girls Rock! Awards aired on BET. Black women, whose voices are often silenced in mainstream media, the workplace and every other facet of life gathered to celebrate just how amazing they were. Last night, I watched some of these clips again and realized they were probably some of the most powerful things I’ve seen in awhile. I listening to Shonda Rhimes story on how she wanted to “portray women the same way men are.” And then there was Beverly Bond’s speech. “Our features can be bought and sold to enhance the beauty of other women.” It really made me stop to appreciate the little privilege I do have as a Black male.

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"All girls rock. Black girls, we're just on another level."- Rihanna

by Tiffani Greenaway of mymommyvents.com

From the time that we're little girls, black women are taught to show out! Our fashions, hair, and shoes are always on point--and they were all on display at last night's Black Girls Rock! at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.

Bold Afros, funky twist outs, and beautiful braids graced the red carpet as women came out to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Black Girls Rock!, the organization created by model and DJ Beverly Bond.

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Danai Gurira gives acceptance speech at the 2016 Black Girls Rock! Awards

by Mike Orie of www.theconscioustip.com


Last night, BET aired the celebration of the 10th annual Black Girls Rock! Awards. Hosted by Tracee Ellis Ross, the award celebrated black women who are making strides all over the world. Black Girls Rock! celebrated and honored the likes of Shonda Rhimes, Amandla Steinberg, Rihanna, Danai Gurira and the founders of the Black Lives Matter movement. Below are some of the most powerful moments!

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Black Men Conquering the Classroom


by Tiffani Greenaway of mymommyvents.com

Think back to your years in school. Besides the Trapper Keepers, Jansports, and Columbia jackets, what do you remember? Can you think of any teachers who looked like you?

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A LIBRARY THAT BURNS...REMEMBERING MAYA ANGELOU


By Erickka Sy Savané of PopMomDaily.com

I just heard that my favorite library has burned. When I got the news I wanted to cry, "Why this library and not another? This library, though old and frail, had so much more to give. Just recently it was set to be given yet another award for its incredible contribution to the world. I can't help but wonder what my life might have been without this library.

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