Mindset-to-Manifest 5-Day Challenge

I want to invite you to 5 days of overcoming the very mindset issues that kept me stuck in the beginning of my journey as an entrepreneur. It’s the Mindset to Manifest 5 Day Challenge. I’m so glad I was able to work with Justina, Soul-Brand Alignment Coach because she not only focuses on business clarity but helping you overcome subconscious limiting beliefs that hold you back from taking inspired action in your business.

In this 5 day challenge you get to look at the top 10 mindset shifts needed in order for you to co-partner with God and manifest your soulful business. We start on July 5th so, get signed up now and you’ll be sure to get reminder emails a few days before we start.

Mindset to Manifest Your Soulfully Aligned Business 5 Day Live Challenge (junewhite.lpages.co)


A Mirage of Hope

Lyf Mindset Strategies



Every morning, with the aid of his walker,

the old man took his morning stroll.

To him, morning strolls meant more than

just a routine, they were his elixir.

Around the same time every morning

a stranger passed by him.

But, instead ofthe old man seeing the jogger,

he saw his shadow as a mirage of hope.

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If I Could Sing

I’ll admit I can’t sing as I desire, so

I’ll leave singing to those I admire.

I’ll just keep my dancing shoes on, and

I’ll do a little dance to R & B songs. 

But, if I could sing…

I’d sing when a song spring forth.

I’d sing out loud walking down the aisle.

I’d sing along with the sparrows when I wake up.

I’d sing with the crows until I fall asleep.

I’d sing gospel on weekdays. 

I’d sing songs of praise without a reason.

When I am happy, I’d sing the blues when sad.

I’d sing a little jazz, too. 

I’d write my own love songs to sing along.

I’d sing them acapella like a diva anywhere.

I’d sing in a crowd without anyone asking.

I’d sing karaoke at anyone’s request.

Oh, if I could sing, I would!

Brown Girls

Black Girls, Brown Girls, Dark Girls,

come in all shades of darkness.

Some in shades of Black, Brown,

Caramel, Red, and Yellow.

Some tall, short, round,

and some are thick, thin, and curvy.

Some are intellectual, musical,

inspirational, sensational, and motivational.

Some are mothers, sisters, grandmothers,

teachers, pastors, writers, artists, leaders,

executives, administrators,  friends, wives,

doctors, lawyers, scientists, entertainers,

athletes, CEOs, Congresswomen, and the

First Lady.

Some are hurt, rejected, segregated,

despised, hated, loved, celebrated,

liberated, married, divorced, single,

manipulated, encouraged, and discouraged.

Some have failed, in cells, been to jailed.

Some were burned, killed, raped, mutilated,


Some demonstrated, birthed nations, raised

their babies and other folks babies.

Some have long hair, short hair, curly hair,

nappy hair, kinky hair, wavy, and weaves.

Some are sometimes happy, sad, excited,

delighted, belligerent, diligent, militant,

anxious, suspicious, malicious, meticulous,

ridiculous, talented, creative, successful,

classy, sassy, talkative, sensitive, insensitive,

sensual, sexy, spiritual, holistic, charismatic,

charming, and gracious.

But, all of them know how it feels to be

a Brown girl.