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Adrienne Bennett
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  • Eugene, OR
  • United States
  • Soulful Blend Living
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Why do you want to join Black Business Women Online?
I want to connect to other professional black women to learn, grow, and network!
What's Your Business?
Soulful Blend Living
How did you find BBWO?
Ning, SistaSense
About Me:
Adrienne Bennett is a big believer in turning ideas into goals completed. Offering a wide range of services from individual to group coaching, monthly workshops, and a weekly online radio show, Adrienne provides the space and accountability for her clients to sustain confidence while walking boldly to their goals. As a life coach, workshop strategist, and motivational speaker she encourages her clients to imagine what they can do when they do what they imagine. Prior to starting her life coaching company, Adrienne spent one year as a women’s liaison for the Associated Students of University of Oregon and three years working with diverse organizations such as Woman space, and Sexual Assault Support Services. Through those experiences she has learned that overcoming adversity means utilizing the lessons from your wins and disappointments to achieve success.
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http://soulfulblendlifecoaching.weebly.com/
Favorite Website
http://alltop.com/
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At 7:35pm on December 19, 2010, HOUSTON MCMILLER said…

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At 11:53am on May 19, 2010, SoulSeed Tees said…
my name is Akim(Ah-kim) Wilson and I would love to schedule a time to talk with you. plz feel free to contact me via email so that i can give you additional information. my email is soulseedtees@yahoo.com. i will check back tonight. thank you.
At 8:41am on May 19, 2010, SoulSeed Tees said…
Most definitely Adrienne, I checked out your website last night and I sensed real passion there as well. I will definitely consider your services in the future, plz send me a list of your services and price list to soulseedtees@yahoo.com. Please take a look at my website at www.soulseedtees.com and feel free to tell your sister friends about what I do. Thank you and may you receive as much as you give.
At 5:11am on May 19, 2010, SoulSeed Tees said…
The positive message is that we are that greatness that we see in our ancestors. We are not bitches and hoes. We don't have to compete with one another because our best is always going to be something different from that of our sister. I see women connecting to this message because they are tired of the negative portrayals in the media of them and they are proud of their heritage...they just don't have anyone representing for them in the mainstream....
At 11:20am on May 17, 2010, SoulSeed Tees said…
yes sis,
for a very long time i have wanted to do work that was meaningful. i saw that black women did not have many clothing that represented us in a positive light. this is just one of my passions, but i am glad that i started because i was scared for so that i might actually succeed. business is slow, but i am going to stay persistent.
 
 
 

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