Meagan good

Meagan Good Shares Why It’s Important To Help Young Women

Meagan Good joins Tom Bilyeu for an in-depth conversation about her career journey, how to achieve your goals and how she supports other women.

Meagan works with a lot of young women, and in this interview she explains her reasons for doing so, and how she goes about helping them. She also speaks on the most important woman in her world, her mother and inspiration, and shares how her mother has impacted her life journey.

As well as being an insightful interview about Meagan’s career, she also delves deep to give inspiration and motivation to others; sharing how to stay hungry after reaching success. And she also speaks about her book, The Wait, which she co-author’s with her husband, DeVon Franklin.

Check out the interview in the video below, and share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.

Africa volunteer

Tia Is Going To Volunteer In Africa!


Meet Tia, a qualified mobile beautician based in Birmingham, UK. Aside from her career, she also has a passion for philanthropy which includes volunteering with those less fortunate.

After her dream experience in Thailand, in 2016, she has decided to travel to South Africa for 2 months to volunteer. She will be spending her Christmas volunteering with young children who have lost their parents to crime, alcohol/drug abuse and sexually transmitted diseases. The young children have been left with relatives, and neighbours, who often do not have the means to care for the children properly, and Tia has decided to get involved and help.

Tia will be volunteering in a childcare centre, supporting the staff who are unable to consistently give their attention to the children. She will also be supporting staff at a holiday camp.

As this is a voluntary mission, Tia will not be paid, nor does she expect to be. To her, it is about the experience, and knowing that she has made a difference in a young persons life. With that being said, she is fundraising for her flight and for educational books/toys for the children. She is only asking for small donations to contribute to her trip, to enable her to help as many children as possible. Whether you can donate £1 or £10, every penny counts.

In return for the donations, she will be uploading videos and pictures of the experience for donaters to see where the money has gone, and how grateful she imagines the children will be.

Tia didn’t ask for donations when she went to Thailand, but after that experience, she wants to share her passion for helping those less fortunate with others. By donating, you are helping contribute to changing the lives of not only children, but also Tia.

Click here to donate to Tia’s fundraising page, as she needs to raise as much funds towards her goal by the beginning of October. She is grateful for every donation, and thanks contributors in advance.

Lets help Tia volunteer in Africa!

Hi haters the real

Should Your Haters Motivate You?

Yes they should, and here’s why…

We all have haters, whether we’re aware of them or not. Haters aren’t assigned to each individual based on how nasty, or nice, we are. That would be too easy. Instead, they come out of the blue, when a hater is having the blues, with the intention of bringing us down to their level.

Do you know who your haters are? You may, or may not, as haters fluctuate, and your hater today may be your biggest support tomorrow. In fact, your hater today could be the lady on the train that had to move her bags off the seat so that you could sit down. She probably went and told the friend she was meeting how much you ruined her day, when all you wanted to do was have a seat. Another hater could be your partner who didn’t seem happy for you when you got the promotion that you worked hard for. They’re not happy for you because they’re still in the same unpleasant job role that they’ve had for years, and instead of celebrating your success, they choose to belittle your achievement. There are so many forms that a hater could come in, but one thing they all have in common is that they’re watching you.

Please don’t confuse haters with honest critics, and straight to the point advisors. There’s a big difference between a brutally honest friend that warns you to stop going back to your abusive partner, to protect you, and a hater friend that tries to split you up from your amazing partner because their relationship failed, and they want you to be single too. The signs are everywhere, and if you just pay attention you’ll be able to spot the differences.

Now we get the gist of what a hater is, or could be, let’s talk about haters being our motivation. Motivation is a reason for behaving in a particular way, and here we’re questioning whether our haters should be a reason for our actions.

The simple answer is yes (to an extent). Haters stands for: Having Anger Towards Everyone Reaching Success. If people hate you then there’s a strong possibility that you’re doing something right, and that they’re jealous (or angry). There’s a thin line between love and hate, and when someone loves to hate you then that immediately makes them a fan of you. They spend their time watching what you’re doing, talking about you behind your back and harbouring negative feelings about you. It takes a lot of energy to do all of that for someone that you don’t care about, meaning that they’re taking a lot of focus away from their self to focus on you. It’s a fan!

When people are our haters it’s easy to feel disheartened, and try to change their opinions of us to better ones, but the truth is: our haters already know how amazing we are. They probably know it more than we do at times, and that’s why they’re so bothered. They can see our greatness, our potential, and the way that others love us, and instead of joining the club, they’re hating from outside. We are so special that even those that don’t cheer for us are paying attention, and that should motivate us to keep on going!

If we keep going our haters will do one out of two things: they’ll either continue to be mad, or they’ll fall in line and start to support you. Either way, you’re still amazing, and people are still paying attention. So what are you going to do with this attention? Are you going to make the most of it and execute those ideas that you’ve turned into plans? Or are you going to be disheartened and hide away because there may be someone out there that doesn’t like you? The choice is yours, and it’s a big one to make.

Our advice is: let your haters motivate you to keep pushing forward, and make your true supporters proud. You’re already successful, and you already have people watching (fans). Utilise what you have, and keep on going!

The Pressure Trap heather Lindsey

Breaking Free From ‘The Pressure Trap’ Of Society To Be Who You’re Destined To Be

Do you currently feel stressed out and pressured about your life, or an aspect of it? Do people expect you to be someone that you’re not? Do you feel torn between God and your loved ones? If you’re currently struggling with societies expectations of who you should be then The Pressure Trap is for you.

Heather Lindsey exposes how to be free from the pressures of society so that you can do what God has called you to do at the fullest of your abilities. Choose not to get caught in the trap of being pressured by this world, by breaking free to do what God has called you to do. The Pressure Trap will give you the guidance required to take the necessary steps to break free.

In this book, Heather tackles being pressured for those who are single, married, parents, struggling with family pressure and battling issues in their work life. And so much more!

You can purchase The Pressure Trap on Pinky Promise Boutique or Amazon.

Let us know what makes you feel pressured, and also tell us if you’ve read The Pressure Trap and how it’s helped you. If you enjoy, follow Heather on Instagram to keep up with all of her endeavours!