#OurVoiceMatters Blog

You are valuable! No explanation, no extras…no filters! #catchit

— Altovise Pelzer, Women’s Empowerment Speaker

As a woman, I know the impact that one voice can have on other women. In 2019, I set out to highlight personal stories and business triumphs from women you know and some you will want to know.

Your voice is powerful as well and I want people to hear it!

Women are doing great things to make an impact in the world and I believe that it is time to start acknowledging that more. The #OurVoiceMatters blog feature post creates an environment to educate and empower the readers in order to impact social change. Each one can reach and the #OurVoiceMatters blog is here to broaden that reach.


#OurVoiceMatters Blog

African Proverb with Simon Okelo

“One who damages the character of another damages his own” ~ Nigerian Proverb It was in my 20’s that I first heard someone use the term “Be better, not bitter” and it has come up many times throughout my adult years. Let’s be honest, when you are hurt it is difficult at times to be…

ClubHouse chat feature Backchannel is here!

Guest post by Sheila, founding director of the BBE podcast agency ClubHouse chat feature Backchannel is here! InstagramTwitterYoutube ClubHouse has finally released their new chat feature dubbed ‘Backchannel’. What is the Backchannel feature? “My hat? Tipped My mic? Flashed My messaging? Direct.” The leader of the social audio movement, ClubHouse left the internet buzzing after…

African Proverbs with Simon Okelo

“Although the snake does not fly, it has caught the bird whose home is in the sky.” ~ Ghanaian Proverb It is not often that we think about a snake catching a bird. Most times it is the other way around with a bird grabbing a snake for it’s meal. That made me pay even…

5 Ways Caregivers Can Address Inner Conflict with Roz Jones

By Roz Jones Is inner conflict holding you back? When we struggle with inner conflict, it is basically a battle between our emotions and thoughts. If a situation doesn’t turn out how we expected, it can release feelings of anger, stress, fear, and frustration. There are many types of inner conflict. You may know you…

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