Last week we held our first in-person Black and Good event of the year. It was a night of connection, laughter, inspiration and all-around good vibes. When you host a room full of creative entrepreneurs, passionate followers and change-makers beautiful things take place. An uplifting energy fills the space and potential and possibilities make themselves known.
It was wonderful to connect in person, even more so because our special guest speaker, Mary Mosope Adeyemi, coach, executive director, author, and viSHEbility founder guided us with empowerment and a supportive offering of courage on how we can tap into and capitalise on our strengths.
Mary spoke with wisdom, humor, and ease. Being in her presence, and listening to her words and her stories ignited a sense of power that comes from knowing we each have something special to bring to this world, we each have something to offer. It is ours to tap into and not to be doubted. We all hold a unique combination of strengths, personalities, and experiences - these are within us to be utilised.
To share a little glimpse of what we took away from the evening, here are some key takeaways we summarised from the wonderful Mary Mosope Adeyemi, to capitalise on your strengths for success…
This is only a glimpse! If you want to learn how to truly capitalise on your strengths from the leading lady herself, Mary’s new book Visible Strengths is out now. Link here
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