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  • Hi there! I thought I'd start this week off by introducing the faces behind @herlabeauty —Our brand is made for women, by women: We're women founded, women owned, and supported by amazing women around the globe - customers, chemists, growers, and producers! 💁‍♀️💪🌍
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My grandmother, Krystyna, and I (Natalia -hey!) 👩‍👧began this brand together as a mission to democratize #naturalskincare and bring secret ingredients that my grandmother discovered while traveling the world to all women 🗺 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
👏We love supporting women in every way- our brand serves a huge female clientele, our growers and producers are part of ethical collectives that provide noble job opportunities for women in often underserved global communities 🌿, and our chemists in our Polish lab (my grandmother and I are from Poland -and I'm based in NYC now!) produce the amazing product blends (swipe to see our lab ladies👩‍🔬)! Wheewww, that's a lot of #womensupportingwomen!
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🧖‍♀️We're able to bring you custom, luxe ingredient, beautifying skincare that will renew and revitalize your skin💁‍♀️...For all skin, at all ages @herlabeauty ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
🎉 Join the party by getting your glow on our @herlabeauty shop or on Amazon Prime 👈
  • Hi there! I thought I'd start this week off by introducing the faces behind @herlabeauty —Our brand is made for women, by women: We're women founded, women owned, and supported by amazing women around the globe - customers, chemists, growers, and producers! 💁‍♀️💪🌍
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    My grandmother, Krystyna, and I (Natalia -hey!) 👩‍👧began this brand together as a mission to democratize #naturalskincare and bring secret ingredients that my grandmother discovered while traveling the world to all women 🗺 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    👏We love supporting women in every way- our brand serves a huge female clientele, our growers and producers are part of ethical collectives that provide noble job opportunities for women in often underserved global communities 🌿, and our chemists in our Polish lab (my grandmother and I are from Poland -and I'm based in NYC now!) produce the amazing product blends (swipe to see our lab ladies👩‍🔬)! Wheewww, that's a lot of #womensupportingwomen!
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    🧖‍♀️We're able to bring you custom, luxe ingredient, beautifying skincare that will renew and revitalize your skin💁‍♀️...For all skin, at all ages @herlabeauty ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    🎉 Join the party by getting your glow on our @herlabeauty shop or on Amazon Prime 👈
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  • “You can’t make a cloudy day a sunny day, but can embrace it and decide it’s going to be a good day after all.” - Jane Lynch
  • “You can’t make a cloudy day a sunny day, but can embrace it and decide it’s going to be a good day after all.” - Jane Lynch
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  • I can feel the red rocks calling me... #5weeks
  • I can feel the red rocks calling me... #5weeks
  •  2  1  5 minutes ago
  • Bom dia! A segunda feira começou e trouxe com ela mais um episódio da série O Que As Escolas De Negócios Não Ensinam, hoje o entrevistado é Geraldo Rufino, fundador e CEO da JR Diesel, clica no link da bio para conferir! " À medida que você tem simplicidade, aprende a lidar com as pessoas e exerce a humildade, você ganha oportunidade de aproveitar o potencial do próximo. "

#oqueasescolasdenegocionaoensinam #negocios #ceo #getaldorufino #editora #altabooks
  • Bom dia! A segunda feira começou e trouxe com ela mais um episódio da série O Que As Escolas De Negócios Não Ensinam, hoje o entrevistado é Geraldo Rufino, fundador e CEO da JR Diesel, clica no link da bio para conferir! " À medida que você tem simplicidade, aprende a lidar com as pessoas e exerce a humildade, você ganha oportunidade de aproveitar o potencial do próximo. "

    #oqueasescolasdenegocionaoensinam #negocios #ceo #getaldorufino #editora #altabooks
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  • A defining factor that separates those who succeed from those who fail is their level of interest.
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People who succeed at unusually high levels need the outcome like they need oxygen, and they don’t accept anything that tells them they can’t have it.
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People who are purely “interested” eventually give up because the burning desire just isn’t there...
  • A defining factor that separates those who succeed from those who fail is their level of interest.

    People who succeed at unusually high levels need the outcome like they need oxygen, and they don’t accept anything that tells them they can’t have it.

    People who are purely “interested” eventually give up because the burning desire just isn’t there...
  •  4  2  9 minutes ago
  • Happy birthday omah 
#CEO. Omahs world 
More strength dear
  • Happy birthday omah
    #CEO. Omahs world
    More strength dear
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  • This lovely print (Style: TP19-009) was created by Polychrome artist (and CEO/creative director) @theaperez for the exclusive SS/20 trend direction “Stone Age”. Comes with 4 colorways included!

Click the link in bio and our icon, then hit “Print Shop” to buy❣️
  • This lovely print (Style: TP19-009) was created by Polychrome artist (and CEO/creative director) @theaperez for the exclusive SS/20 trend direction “Stone Age”. Comes with 4 colorways included!

    Click the link in bio and our icon, then hit “Print Shop” to buy❣️
  •  1  1  13 minutes ago
  • Monday represents a new week, new goals, new beginnings, new clients, new money, and another opportunity to get it right. Time to bet on yourself!
  • Monday represents a new week, new goals, new beginnings, new clients, new money, and another opportunity to get it right. Time to bet on yourself!
  •  2  1  16 minutes ago
  • Hey, #SmallBusinessOwners 👉🏽 Are you looking for a bookkeeper to keep track of your cash flow? Vicki Mathis, CPB has the expertise, time, and experience to manage your bookkeeping responsibilities remotely and/or onsite. Visit www.vickimathiscpb.com today and schedule a free 30-minute consultation.
  • Hey, #SmallBusinessOwners 👉🏽 Are you looking for a bookkeeper to keep track of your cash flow? Vicki Mathis, CPB has the expertise, time, and experience to manage your bookkeeping responsibilities remotely and/or onsite. Visit www.vickimathiscpb.com today and schedule a free 30-minute consultation.
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Top #ceo Posts

  • Mi scuso con tutti quelli che alle volte mi dicevano: “comunque se non hai un cane non puoi capire”. Adesso l’ho capito. Eccome se ho capito. 
Qui ero Insieme a brendina ad aci trezza. Forse non aveva nemmeno un anno la princi♥️.
I cani sono doni del creato.🙏🏻
#brenda♥️ #innamoratidelpercorso
  • Mi scuso con tutti quelli che alle volte mi dicevano: “comunque se non hai un cane non puoi capire”. Adesso l’ho capito. Eccome se ho capito.
    Qui ero Insieme a brendina ad aci trezza. Forse non aveva nemmeno un anno la princi♥️.
    I cani sono doni del creato.🙏🏻
    #brenda♥️ #innamoratidelpercorso
  •  156  19  1 hour ago
  • 200K✅... and just getting started. #thankyou
  • 200K✅... and just getting started. #thankyou
  •  11,963  135  2 hours ago
  • My nine year-old, Daniel, loves adventure, is always pushing the envelope. He seems to find trouble wherever it is. He’s also OBSESSED with cool clothes. Our older son is the exact opposite.
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I’ve learned that each child’s personality requires a completely different styling of parenting. If your child loves being a leader, they respond more favorably if you make them feel like they’re in charge of getting something done (I.E. making sure the beds are made daily; being in charge of no cell phones at the dinner table, etc). In my opinion, a child that wants to be respected as a leader will not respond as favorably to being “told” to do something. My older son doesn’t necessarily want to be a leader, so putting him “in charge” of something doesn’t really work. Instead, giving him an incentive to do something (i.e. longer time on his electronics, staying up late, etc.) is what works best. Every child is unique in their own ways, and it’s what makes being a parent and raising a child right so rewarding!
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I’d love to hear what techniques all of you have used to make parenting your children so much easier!
  • My nine year-old, Daniel, loves adventure, is always pushing the envelope. He seems to find trouble wherever it is. He’s also OBSESSED with cool clothes. Our older son is the exact opposite.
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    I’ve learned that each child’s personality requires a completely different styling of parenting. If your child loves being a leader, they respond more favorably if you make them feel like they’re in charge of getting something done (I.E. making sure the beds are made daily; being in charge of no cell phones at the dinner table, etc). In my opinion, a child that wants to be respected as a leader will not respond as favorably to being “told” to do something. My older son doesn’t necessarily want to be a leader, so putting him “in charge” of something doesn’t really work. Instead, giving him an incentive to do something (i.e. longer time on his electronics, staying up late, etc.) is what works best. Every child is unique in their own ways, and it’s what makes being a parent and raising a child right so rewarding!
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    I’d love to hear what techniques all of you have used to make parenting your children so much easier!
  •  1,353  26  10 hours ago
  • Do you ever just laugh thinking about the things that stressed you out a few years ago? 👋🏽 When I look back on the social situations and people and relationships and exams and dreams and fears and thoughts and perfectionisms and hurtful words and finances and worries (etc) that caused me full-blown anxiety 3 years ago... I just kinda chuckle. My problems were real and they mattered— but they didn’t matter *that* much. They didn’t matter enough to cling to control (which we never really have) and drive myself crazy over every little thing. They didn’t matter enough for me to give them all of my energy and my joy. Not a one of ‘em ruined my life at the time, and they didn’t destroy my future... cuz they sure don’t matter today. 🌱

I’m still wildly ambitious, hardworking, sometimes people-pleasing, sensitive, and I deal with moments of feeling overwhelmed... but they’re moments. I don’t “live there.” My life still has plenty of problems but it is more peaceful than it has ever been. That has so much to do with my faith, my community, and intense self-work... but a lot of my peace has come from just learning to let go. Learning takes PRACTICE, and I get better every day. You’ve probably seen this rule floating around social media: “If it’s not going to matter 5 years from now, don’t let yourself be upset about it for more than 5 minutes.” I think that’s pretty damn wise. Be gentle with yourself and stingy with where your energy goes... worrying deserves none of it. You’re going to get through whatever your current issue is, just like you have gotten through every other issue up until this point. So shoutout to everything making us uncomfortable right now: it’s all temporary. We’ll be laughing at it in a few years. #SundayScaries got nothing on you, baby 💪🏽🖤
  • Do you ever just laugh thinking about the things that stressed you out a few years ago? 👋🏽 When I look back on the social situations and people and relationships and exams and dreams and fears and thoughts and perfectionisms and hurtful words and finances and worries (etc) that caused me full-blown anxiety 3 years ago... I just kinda chuckle. My problems were real and they mattered— but they didn’t matter *that* much. They didn’t matter enough to cling to control (which we never really have) and drive myself crazy over every little thing. They didn’t matter enough for me to give them all of my energy and my joy. Not a one of ‘em ruined my life at the time, and they didn’t destroy my future... cuz they sure don’t matter today. 🌱

    I’m still wildly ambitious, hardworking, sometimes people-pleasing, sensitive, and I deal with moments of feeling overwhelmed... but they’re moments. I don’t “live there.” My life still has plenty of problems but it is more peaceful than it has ever been. That has so much to do with my faith, my community, and intense self-work... but a lot of my peace has come from just learning to let go. Learning takes PRACTICE, and I get better every day. You’ve probably seen this rule floating around social media: “If it’s not going to matter 5 years from now, don’t let yourself be upset about it for more than 5 minutes.” I think that’s pretty damn wise. Be gentle with yourself and stingy with where your energy goes... worrying deserves none of it. You’re going to get through whatever your current issue is, just like you have gotten through every other issue up until this point. So shoutout to everything making us uncomfortable right now: it’s all temporary. We’ll be laughing at it in a few years. #SundayScaries got nothing on you, baby 💪🏽🖤
  •  1,011  29  10 hours ago
  • Social media is one of my greatest passions—⁣
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Yet even I can agree that there are serious risks associated with it. ⁣
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I’ve seen dinners & parties where everyone is too occupied with their screens to even interact. ⁣
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I’ve seen people focused more on appearing like they’re having a good time online than actually having a good time. ⁣
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I’ve also seen people lose the people they love chasing after strangers in the online world... ⁣
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I agree with this quote.⁣
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Back when phones had wires, people were free.⁣
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Double tap if you can relate
  • Social media is one of my greatest passions—⁣

    Yet even I can agree that there are serious risks associated with it. ⁣

    I’ve seen dinners & parties where everyone is too occupied with their screens to even interact. ⁣

    I’ve seen people focused more on appearing like they’re having a good time online than actually having a good time. ⁣

    I’ve also seen people lose the people they love chasing after strangers in the online world... ⁣

    I agree with this quote.⁣

    Back when phones had wires, people were free.⁣

    Double tap if you can relate
  •  1,604  51  8 hours ago