BE BOLD, BE BEAUTIFUL, BE #THATGIRL
Hey Girl Hey!
My name is Natasha Maxwell and I am thrilled to welcome you to That Girl. I am a visionary, entrepreneur and advocate for all things SHE led. I have built businesses, raised my family and worked alongside some of the most inspirational women in the world and I am so excited to have you here.
In this space we're going to talk all things ambition. My #ThatGirl brand is all about strong female leadership and I wear what I preach! Have you seen the red lipstick cute T-shirts?! From an early age (I was an 8 year old DIVA) to present day I have been working for my dreams. I don't allow anything to hold me back and neither should you. You can read all about my journey to becoming That Girl here and if you want to ask me any questions drop into The Community and lets connect!
So fire up your engines ladies, we're heading straight to the top!
CELEBRATE YOUR FELLOW WOMAN’S SUCCESS WITH INTENT
How often do you celebrate your fellow woman's success? How do you decide to celebrate the success of other women? In what way do you demonstrate support of another woman's success? Often times when we use or define the word SUCCESS, we only associate the term with accomplishing a professional or business pursuit. However, SUCCESS is simply defined as the accomplishment of an aim or purpose.
What's our fellow woman's aim or purpose? Usually, we're surrounded by women who are diverse in their purpose. For example, my closest friends pursue motherhood, spiritual, professional, educational and entrepreneurial goals. Regardless of their aim, I personally feel compelled to support and celebrate every step leading to their WIN. But how often do we celebrate the wins of women who are not our closet friends and family, and to what extent?
WHO IS THAT GIRL?
Delores Stark was known as 'That Girl' through out my entire life. My mother would say "I'm that girl" whenever she felt or looked amazing. Her family, friends and even her grandchildren knew her as being That Girl.
My mother was BOLD, THAT Girl was known for giving it to a person straight without a chaser. Her trendy woman fashion and style would turn heads. (Slayage day, noon and night). Her favoUrite accessory was her Red lipstick. She was elegant, stylish, and BEAUTIFUL inside and out! It's apparent to me that she inherited her sense of fashion from her mother, Alberta Gray who both shared the same birthday, February 15th. Delores was all about being financially stable, with that being said; Do not pass go, if you haven't collected $200. (LOL)
MY MOTHERS ANTHEM #THATGIRL
Who's that girl la la la, they wanna know! I remember hearing this rap and going completely crazy. I could not believe what I was hearing. My mother's anthem was on the radio! I had never heard of any woman refer to them self as 'That Girl' outside of my mother. My entire life whether my mother was feeling fashionable hot, received a nice paycheck, my father's paycheck, a ladies night, a glass of wine, upset or any emotion for that matter, she would call herself 'That Girl'. Whether walking through the door or leaving the scene everyone recogniSed her as 'That Girl'