My name is Candance Johnson-Pleas. First and foremost I am a child of the Most High, a wife, mother, mentor for the organization Link Up and also a small business owner here in Tallahassee Florida, J2Couture, LLC ( The Essence Of Beauty & Fashion) and Personal Healthcare Services by Candance J...
My goal in life is to help empower and inspire young and older women from all walks of lives through beauty, fashion and business. By helping them reach their potential and goals in life. My motto is "When We Help Onne Another "We All Win"....
Contact J2Couture by phone at (404)850-0680
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Bourne Brilliant, LLC Interview
We are a trio of sisters and kidpreneurs Lyrica (10), Zaira (9) and Nadira (6). Though it is evident that this business is a collaborative, we each have important individual responsibilities, as well. The oldest handles our social media (with occasional help from Mom), marketing and press releases. The second oldest is the bookkeeper, inventory specialist and stylist. The baby of the bunch handles packaging and shipping. They all are product researchers, bakers, juicers, salespersons and merchandisers. In 2013, the eldest of the trio started a bread ministry at the age of 6! She would bake bread, prepare snack baggies filled various treats and even hand out drinks after school. We could not afford to keep up with the frequent donating, so she suggested this business venture as 'The Baking Ballerinas'. Over the years, we have created our own recipes and re-branded our business into Bourne Brilliant LLC.
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Are Our Men Truly Being Raised to Be Entitled and Unable to Uplift Our Community?
Are black women raising sons who have a sense of entitlement? Can an entitled black man be a productive citizen? What role does the absent black father play in the rearing of men who are entitled and unproductive? In this podcast we explore the many factors that lead to black women becoming single parents and the son's they raise. Former First Lady Michelle Obama during a conversation at the first Obama Foundation Summit in Chicago spoke about the issue, she stated that "We love our boys and we raise our daughters, we raise them to be strong and sometimes we take care not to hurt men. And I think we pay for that a little bit." Tune in to our podcast to hear what we have to say about the topic.
Minister Twylia Reid
Min. Reid is also a visionary and co-author of the newly released Anthology entitled “Affirmations & Antidotes That Heal ME” which is a collaboration of healing words by authors, poets, and lyricists. She is currently working on two additional literary works titled “Affirmations for the Mind, Body, and Soul; A Guide for Survivors of Tragedies” as well as “Private Pain”.
By sharing her personal story of hope and healing through her son’s traumatic brain injury she promises to reassure, uplift and enthuse others affected by the devastation brain injury causes by letting them know that they too can go from tragedy to triumph.
You can visit her at www.twyliareid.com or www.facebook.com/authortwyliareid.
You can also learn more about Broken Wings, Inc. at www.brokenwingsinc.org
She can also be reached on the following social media sites:
Twitter: @tgreid02 or @BrokenWingsTBI
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