Baddies in Blue
After a successful Houston launch, the Baddies were back home in Dallas and were about their business.
We live in the age where side hustles are a thing. It can be anything from blogging to catering after work, but it is almost expected that after your time in your 9-5, you are out doing something else. What if a side hustle isn't your interest? What if you are a full-time entrepreneur? At this particular brunch, it was all explored.
Baddies in Blue focused on setting yourself up for success as you have it defined. Baddies are as versatile in looks and professions as they are in their in dreams and passions. The brunch was crafted for the aspiring Baddieprenuer, the corporate professional, or the girl that does both.
As the light shined in on the sea of blue attire, the ladies sat attentively listening to the other women in the room talking about their boss status. Having been given interactive activities that included a resume swap and editing session, the guests were provided with folders about starting a business, where to take free classes for certification training and more. The baddies were also presented keys to success by professional women of different backgrounds. Towards the end, the ladies had the chance to network and ask other women for help as they discussed what they needed to make their business dope.
Baddies in Blue was a testament of how different everyone's paths are, but a common goal is shared. Each lady in the room not only wanted to be successful but had what it took to get there. As each person connected, you could see the interest peak in not only what they could do, but how someone could possibly help. Being a Baddie isn't about your physical attributes or your material things. It is about building your sisterhood. What better way than to do it through business?
I'm not a business man, I;m a business (wo)man!