A TRIBE OF OTHER SUCCESSFUL WOMEN

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Behind every successful woman is a tribe of other successful women, who have her back.

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Blind spots | Overcome stereotypes

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  1. Time to recap! Look back on the past week’s messages and see if anyone replied to your comments. If so, please reply back.
  2. Journal: Write a summary for the upcoming week stating what you plan to accomplish.
  3. Who is the most successful woman you know? Please share in the comments.

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Scarlett Glasser-Nehls
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Scarlett Glasser-Nehls(@scarlett-glasser-nehls)
3 years ago
Reply to  Q James

You’re welcome! Can’t believe the 1% Tribe was started based on a group of us sharing videos with each other!

Ally Williams
Ally Williams
3 years ago

My mom is the most successful woman I know. She runs her own business and creates the hours that are best for her. She inspires me!

Quinn Carran
Quinn Carran
3 years ago

My mom is the most successful women I know. She is always running around driving us and caring for us.

Hayden Carran
Hayden Carran
3 years ago
Reply to  Quinn Carran

i agree my mom drives us everywhere and makes us meals and helps us when we are sad or with school. my mom has always been there for me and always will be there

Cuz
Cuz
3 years ago

The word success is subjective, so I will define success as achieving a particular standard, which, in this case, is “practicing what one preached.” My mother-in-law lived a life that exemplified the Christian codes of conduct she encouraged her family to adopt and exhibit. We recently buried my mom-in-law and have since received many testimonies from lives she has touched. From men, women, and youth from across the globe, we hear the same things—how my mom-in-law “mothered” them, prayed for them, took special interest in their struggles, helped them know that they were loved by GOD, and supported them spiritually, emotionally, and financially. So, to me, my mother-in-law is the most successful woman I know.
By the way, I’m wishing the women of the Tribe a Happy Mother’s Day in advance. Note: You’re a mom even if you haven’t given birth because it’s about teaching and nurturing others. Just ask Mother Teresa who never married nor had any children, but “raised” hundreds of individuals .

Sidd Narayanabhatla
Sidd Narayanabhatla
3 years ago

I think that my mother is the most successful woman I know. That is because I believe she raised me and my sister (with my dad of course) super well. She set an amazing example for us and helped lead us through the bizarre state of being we call life. I owe much of what I am to her.

Janel Powell
Janel Powell
3 years ago

That was a great video today. Loved it!!! Mist successful woman I know is hard I have a few. I will give you my sisiter, one retired Sergeant Passaic county prosecutor’s office. They other Projecr Manager Wells Fargo. Two amazing women facing many challenges and finding success.

Niccole
Niccole
3 years ago

Definitely echo the mom comments! Entrepreneur, puts Jillian Michaels to shame, and raised some brilliant daughters if I do say so myself 😉

Gralen Vereen
Gralen Vereen
3 years ago

Truthfully I don’t know any super successful women. Most are still on the journey of trying to achieve what they define as success. However, moms handled her business and to me thats success. All her kids made it to see 18

Scarlett Glasser-Nehls
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Scarlett Glasser-Nehls(@scarlett-glasser-nehls)
3 years ago

My mom is very skilled in many crafts and she is an amazing mom.

Claryce Cook
Claryce Cook
3 years ago

I’d say my mom is one of the most successful women I know. She is humble, a hard worker, and someone who is constantly working to improve and become a healthier person. She has taught me many things, one of them being that if I make a mistake, learn from it and be willing to apologize.