At age 23, Cherell Williamson can finally say that she has conquered her shyness. And not only did she successfully overcome her natural timidness, she did it in a way that could not have been grander or more public.
GETTING an early morning soak by being dunked in tank of water might on any other occasion be a little unpleasant, but because in this case it’s to raise funds to promote breast cancer awareness, the DJs and personalities at Radio House don’t mind going “Dunkin For Boobies”.
Africa’s second richest woman, the daughter of TD Jakes, and some of the Bahamas’ most successful businesswomen will be in attendance at the first International Women’s Empowerment Summit (IWES) to be held here in Nassau next month.
Most people think that power comes in some sort of big boom of light; a giant roll of thunder, something huge and substantial is needed to create this giant of a word – power. Truth is, power comes in all shapes and sizes, and it doesn’t have to be a giant affair of sorts, but a small gesture of kindness and truth can have the same effect on a person’s life as all the power in a strike of lightning.
Life is change. Change, therefore is our nature. However, having been raised to play it safe and conform to the status quo, many struggle to change themselves, even when it’s critical to their own empowerment.
HAVING travelled to a number of international hair shows and beauty battles over the years, Bahamian hairstylist and salon owner Keva “Sade” Evans said she feels the need to share her knowledge about the latest beauty trends with people here at home.
MORE than 200 people witnessed a unique stage production in Nassau last weekend which sought to reveal and restore the beauty of womanhood.
Thankfully we live in a world that is starting to embrace, or at the very least becoming more tolerant, to differences.
There are millions of people the world over who have a sincere fear of public speaking. As a matter of fact, statistics show that within the American population, Public speaking is the number one fear.
Duquesa Dean this summer continued with her chosen mission to assist the country’s youth in their social development.
The production of units of labour has become a norm in the 21st century late-capitalist reality of free market expansion where the market will control itself.
Pregnancy is great, amazing and life-changing. But there are a few not so pleasant things that come with being pregnant and giving birth. Women read all about the scary things that can happen, the embarrassing, and not so pleasant things as well.
One core principle of my public speaking programme is asking the right questions.
Misunderstandings between the sexes have existed since the beginning of time. Men say they don’t understand women, and women say some men are like a convoluted 500-piece jigsaw puzzle, requiring a lot of time an energy to figure out.
According to the i10 Media Group and the Houston Business Journal, Bahamian PJ Douglas-Sands is a woman to watch.