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  • You Only Get Paid If You Succeed

    Posted in: Dream Building, Entrepreneurship, News

    Maybe we should adopt a new model of business. Specifically businesses that offer a service. I believe the model should be– we get paid only if we succeed at meeting your expectations or a specific goal.

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  • Life Stages- Too Good Not To Finish

    Posted in: Life, What Aunt Sylvia Had To Say

    by Sylvia Ford-George

    Years ago a co-workers son was graduating from high school. Everyone was excited and a big party was planned. Grandparents from both sides of the family were traveling miles to attend. The son had his class pictures and ring, attended the prom, and days before the graduation came home with his cap and gown—which his Mom proudly ironed. Graduation day he left home ahead of the family but identified the location for all to meet up afterwards.

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  • Life Is A Milestone

    Posted in: News, What Aunt Sylvia Had To Say

    by Sylvia Ford-George

    Life is full of milestones starting from the time you come out of the womb until you are no more. Some milestones will make you smile, like the birth of a child. Others may be sad, as in the passing of a parent. And there are lots of in-betweens, but they are all experiences that help us learn, develop, expand, grow, increase and hopefully become better people.

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  • Consumed By Competition

    Posted in: News, Self-Improvement

    Competition outside of a sports arena is a very negative thing. It’s often fueled by jealousy and envy and rarely lives up to being ‘healthy’. One of the reasons I believe competition is a negative thing is that it makes you focus on things outside of yourself like other people. If everyone is uniquely made for a special purpose, how could competition ever be a good thing?

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  • Everyone Should Do Time

    Posted in: News

    I believe that everyone should ‘do time’ at some point in their life. For me- my sentence lasted about 3 years. It was isolating, stressful, confusing, productive, and probably the most formidable years of my life. Everyone should have a time in their life where they plan, reflect, build, fail, and self-reflect. It’s not jail. It’s just confining yourself to your own flaws, insecurities, short-comings, and hardships. You learn to face things head-on, and decipher if its you or ‘them’. Taking time to learn yourself and acknowledge who you really are is the most important thing you can take time to do.

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  • Mother’s Day 24/7

    Posted in: News

    by Sylvia Ford-George

    Moms. From the time you conceive, a mother is a mother, 24/7. Nurturing, loving, hovering. Affectionate, tender, devoted. Caring, adoring, warm. Balanced, neglectful, cold. Callus, self-centered, unreasonable. Mean, strict, harsh. Sleep deprived. Wanting, aspiring, intending to be the best, so that you can give your best, to one of the best things that’s ever happened to you. We get by on a wing and many prayers. And just when you get in a groove, just when you start getting it right, your kids are grown and gone. But you’ll always be a mother—no matter how old your child gets, no matter how many children they eventually have, no matter whether you’ve grown to like each other or not.

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  • Don’t Box Me In

    Posted in: News

    My dream in life is to be free. My idea of freedom isn’t to aimlessly roam around with my head in the clouds. It’s really to be able to express myself judgement free and without constraints stylistically and professionally. To be honest- it’s such a hard thing to do. People want you to fit into their box, and I’m just not that kind of girl.

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  • Class “A” Fashion Dilemma

    Posted in: News, What Aunt Sylvia Had To Say

    My biggest musing (and pet peeve) is fashion related. I couldn’t for the life of me understand why the jeans young people wear today don’t fit. That was until I recently attempted to purchase a pair and discovered a Class A fashion dilemma.

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  • Being Good Leaves You Feeling So Bad

    Posted in: News

    Good girls are misunderstood. People don’t realize that being good takes effort—it’s not something that comes easy. Being ‘good’ is a choice you make each and everyday…and sometimes multiple times a day. Letting things go under the rug when you really want to knock someone out, saying ‘no, sorry I have a boyfriend’ when you’re tempted, choosing to forgive when you really want to hold a grudge, are not easy things to do. The term ‘good girl’ is a little misleading because when you make the decisions to choose the mature option, you’re actually being a woman.

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  • Courage

    Posted in: News, What Aunt Sylvia Had To Say

    by Sylvia Ford- George

    Courage is within each and every one of us, but until you first need it, you wouldn’t even know it was there. Growing up, my Mom always wanted my sisters and I to be good girls, especially in school. No fighting. Girls don’t fight. If someone bothers you, tell the teacher, principal, NTA, or come home and tell me. I don’t remember having problems in school, but there were a couple of older girls, cousins, on our block who one day out of the blue decided they wanted to pick on us—well, mainly me. I don’t know what I did to deserve their attention, but they would leave their junior high school in enough time to make it to the elementary school I went to, so they could follow my sister and I the nine blocks home, taunting us the whole way. Being dutiful little girls we ignored them as best we could, looked straight ahead to our destination, and kept walking ‘til we got there. Every day their entourage got bigger and they were being urged by the growing crowd to “fight, fight, fight”. But for some reason they held back. It didn’t help that during the day kids would walk up to me and say, cousin’s “gonna kick your butt after school”. Every afternoon I was getting madder and madder. In my mind I kept thinking this has got to stop, I can’t keep going through this everyday.

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