Onyx Mode

Entrepreneur Spotlight…Owner: Antoinette Sullivan. Onyx Mode 601 Broad Street, Augusta,GA onyxmode.com

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Professional blogger

As a kid I dreamed of being an author with a wild imagination who published tons of fictional books! Well, I’m not an author but I’m a part time blogger, I’m not professional, but I inspire to be. You know how it goes, you want to be validated by your family, but they won’t care until you reach stardom, they can care less about the grind, but I digress. I truly believe the stars are aligning for me and to add, I’m manifesting my dreams to the universe, I want to see a shift before my 50th birthday and that is less than 5 months away! I just want to be financially abundant, I want to be financially independent of the rat race of a 9 to 5. Does anyone out there feel the same? What are your dreams and aspirations?

Think Big Sunday With Marsha

For those who have been following my blog you know I am a softie for picture quotes with positive messages. I’m always looking for new ways to express myself so I started an account on Twitter in 2011 and soon after I started my blog on this platform around 2015. My goal was to build an audience and grow my brand into a positive movement, to do that I needed to find an ecosystem to help me grow. Soon there after I ran across Marsha Wright’s profile and back then there were only a few (you can count on one hand) young black women in the entrepreneurial space and all of her posts were inspirational and educational, Marsha was way before her time. It was beautiful to see a black woman who is a CEO be so humble and kind on social media and she is a very giving person as well. On Sunday’s Ms Wright started an hashtag that allow writers like myself to be exposed to her 500K plus followers with positive posts and affirmations and the name of the hashtag is #ThinkBigSundayWithMarsha. The impact has been huge, I truly believe reading those positive quotes has changed how I look at the world and the people in it. Without a doubt Marsha’s generosity helped me grow my blog and my perspective where it is today and for that I am forever grateful. If you are on Twitter please follow Real Marsha Wright, you won’t be disappointed.