So much to tell you, so little time. First and foremost my coaching business is booming! Everyone that’s experienced a one-on-one coaching sample session has signed up. I’m busier than ever networking, coaching, marketing and even found some time to give back to the community, which I’ve been wanted to do for years.
This New Years, like every New Years, I told myself 2015 was My Year. I made a vow, to stop talking about it & actually be about it. I can’t believe I actually kept my word, I went to school, I’m growing a business, meeting a lot of new people, cultivating relationships, and finally making time to do charity work. I’m on cloud 9. It seems like productivity is contagious because Tony is also making huge break throughs with his new business endeavors. I’ve never seen him so pumped and excited about… work. I’m one proud girlfriend.
On top of all that awesomeness my cousin and I went to see Erykah Badu Saturday night, at the Warfield in San Francisco. For those who don’t know who she is, Erykah Badu is the Queen on Neo Soul, her music is smooth, soulful, soothing, with a positive messages. Erykah helped me to the toughest times in my life and, was also, the background music to some of the best times in my life.
Bag Lady is my absolute favorite Erykah Badu song, listen to the words, it’s a great message
After the concert my cousin and I were handed flyers telling us Miss Badu would be DJing across the street later that night. We decided it was a once in a lifetime opportunity, so we jay walked to The Village, a club located directly across the street, and jumped in the line, that was already halfway down the block. The line moved quick and within 10 minutes we were inside of the venue. We grabbed a drink and headed to the front of the stage to enjoy the opening act. Within an hour Erykah took the stage and we were still in the front row, she spun lots of music from Drake, to Michael Jackson, to Lauryn Hill, each song reminded me of my teenage years, sitting on my bed, waiting for my life to start.
I got home at 2:30am, took a shower and went straight to bed. The next morning I woke up and my entire body hurt, my voice is still sore, and my skin looks dehydrated, but it was all worth it. It was one of the best nights of my life. I can’t wait until she comes back to San Francisco. I’ll be there, front row, center.
I wore high waisted jeans, red framed glasses and red crushed velvet vans. I was hip and comfortable which is exactly what you need at a concert.
My beautiful cousin and I, sadly I never got a clear shot, oh well, we also got photo bombed!