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WHAT IS B.I.C
B.I.C stands for beauty, intelligence and confidence. It is a movement that empowers women of all ages and backgrounds, giving them the tools they need to lead a more balanced life: physically, mentally and spiritually.
Hi Its your girl JA Nursing This week I went to church and My Pastor said Remember YOU Are A #WORLDCHANGER. My quest to be that was placed by the Almighty and driven by extreme passion. Thank You to Author Toni Larue for this article #LIVEBIC . Americans understand the role of a #HEALTHCARE Advocate, it is most often the only hope they may have at receiving proper Health Care. Canada Wake Up! lets get this role legislated. Keep talking.
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MEET MICHELLE SMITH
Keep up with Michelle and the AMAZING work she is doing to promote health and social literacy for people of all races and background.
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I hope Michelle’s story motivated you to make a change within yourself and your community.
Not sure what gets you motivate? Read the tips below.
Who is your role model, and why?
Too many to choose from but I mostly will say that my Mother fused determination into me. She said very early on that I have to remember two things" I AM BLACK AND I AM A WOMAN so I better take up my books". [Her encouragement] certainly made me push through to succeed.
Have you ever felt like quitting? If so, what made you push through it?
Yes, but I was a single mother of two. Quitting was not an option.
What are the most important lessons you’ve learned in your life?
Never try to change a man and I should really try to wear my right shoe size (smile) you will get the same effects from both—pain. But really, my biggest lesson is that I can do anything possible if I believe in myself.
When and how did you realize who you were born to be? Or have you even realized it?
I realized it in 2011 when I set out to register a business and call myself an Advocate leader and a mentor. I have always been told that I am defiant so to me that represented being a change maker— a rule breaker in a positive way.
What do you stand for and what is your mission?
I stand for changing the face of knowledge. I say this because too often a youth is told that they cannot be something and I would like to show them with a humble passion that it can be done. Work hard and everything is possible and my mission is to increase health and social literacy for people of all races.
B.I.C stands for beauty, intelligence and confidence. It is a movement that inspires, motivates, and empowers women to lead a well balanced life mentally, spiritually and physically. You were chosen because you’ve demonstrated that you posses those qualities in different aspects of your life. What do you believe makes you a BIC woman?
I AM A B.I.C WOMAN, because I am fierce in my step. I am a Black woman who has found her purpose in Life. I will not be defeated; I am motivated with the purpose instilled in me by God, for me to pursue my passion. I am full of laughter and Love and I will help change outcomes for all who crosses my path.