In this blog post, I’ll be sharing what I experienced at the State Farm & Essence #WOMENLETSWIN Event Chicago. The multi-city series featured Eva Marcille of Real House Wives of Atlanta fame at the Chicago stop.
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STATE FARM & ESSENCE #WOMENLETSWIN EVENT CHICAGO | THE MONEY TALK
This event series features candid conversations with Eva Marcille, Angela Yee and Tina Knowles Lawson on their personal and professional journeys and how they brought their vision to life.
The event I attended featured Eva Marcille, Chicagoland State Farm owner Tenyiah Simmons Patterson and was moderated by Essence’s Senior digital Life Style editor, Charli Penn.
Also shared was how they navigated life in order to secure financial success. Each also spoke about how important it was to save and have good credit. I liked that they believed that respect for money is something that’s learned and necessary to be a successful entrepreneur.
STATE FARM & ESSENCE #WOMENLETSWIN EVENT CHICAGO | VISION BOARD
I found the event to be very informative and fun. A vision board party is a great way to map and manifest your aspirations.
Traditional people do vision board parties at the beginning of the year; however, at this time for me it was much needed. Doing the vision board helped me refocus on my goals. Being a visual person the images helped in realigning my thoughts on what I’m working so hard for.
STATE FARM & ESSENCE #WOMENLETSWIN EVENT CHICAGO | THREE TAKEAWAYS
I was left with so many much needed nuggets. It was honestly hard to narrow it down to just three.
One of the gems was to make sure to take time for yourself. Tenyiah shared that for the last five years she takes off Fridays and gets a massage. She’s an owner of two State Farm locations so it’s easy for her to pick and choose her schedule. She did say even as a for hire working pick a day of the week and make that day all about you.
The second gift Tenyiah offered was to women working 9 to 5. She had encouraging words and said be sure to make your wins known. She said celebrate your wins as you climb the corporate ladder to success. If you don’t let people know what you’ve done then how are they going to know what you can do.
The last piece of advice I’d like to share came from Eva Marcille. She talked about how everyone proudly says, “I’m booked and busy.” She then went on to say real financial freedom happens when the money is made passively. She shared, the businesses she’s launching for streams of income are ones that don’t require her to be super hands on. I took that as automated money is the way to go and I’m all for that!
Essence is having event similar to this one on October 17th called Path To Power. This event includes Essence editor Charreah Jackson, Taria Buchanan a Northwestern Mutual advisor along with curlBox founder Myleik Teele. You can RSVP here.
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