The evolution of time presents itself in trends and rhythms of skinny jeans, colored lipsticks and natural afro puffs. Within the understanding of identity, men and women are becoming comfortable with uncovering their potential.
Chairmen and executives find advantageous marketing positions to heighten their importance of their influential products. As various products fly off shelves in nearby stores, businesses are escaping the secret to what encourages high gross sales and supply in demand.
“Example of intentional change,” author, Ashley Terrell, explained. “Instead of trying to change it to go away, we need to begin to accept why our flaws are here. It is to influence self-acceptance.”
Terrell, author of the nonfiction book, The Black Sheep Shadow, reflects on days that she felt were intentional to endure to be able to become a true disciple for self-betterment and resilience.
“We decide if we want an unconditional relationship with ourselves. We have to decide if it will be a choice or decision. The rhythm of your journey will be based on your thinking of what you choose (reactive behavior) or decide (proactive behavior),” she explains.
Terrell’s The Black Sheep Shadow has received raved reviews from the cast of Bounce TV’s Saints and Sinners cast, and USA Today. The potent yet vivid descriptions of each turning point has gained its own hashtag trend [as #TheBlackSheepShadow] on social platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
“The most successful person has to lose [unexpected] ones along the way to find strength. Successful people have to skip and ration meals to see how far they will go to eat. Successful people have to lose money to learn how to keep it the second time.
Sometimes successful people have their world burned entirely to see their purpose is to influence far bigger [than their own],” Terrell expressed deeply. “Successful people are the ‘white in black places’. I am tired of hoping someone sees we need to do better. I’m GOING to break the barrier(s)."