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New Year Resolutions : which a person makes a promise to do an act of self-improvement beginning from New Year's Day. Roughly one in three Americans resolve to better themselves in some way. A much smaller percentage of people actually make good on those resolutions. While about 75% of people stick to their goals for at least a week, less than half (46%) are still on target six months later.
Jahari and the I F.L.Y. Foundation New Years Resolution for 2016 is too empower women globally to claim and wear thier crown. Your invisible crown is to strut through the world with an inner glow, self confidence, self worth, and self trust. Join Jahari for three (3) proven tips of claiming and wearing your crwon daily. Thursday, January 14,2016 at 6:00pm (EST). Chat line opens at 6:30pm (EST) join us 646-716-7541.
Self-love is a state of appreciation for oneself that grows from actions that support our physical, psychological and spiritual growth. Self-love is dynamic; it grows by actions that mature us. When we act in ways that expand self-love in us, we begin to accept much better our weaknesses as well as our strengths, have less need to explain away our short-comings, have compassion for ourselves as human beings struggling to find personal meaning, are more centered in our life purpose and values, and expect living fulfillment through our own efforts.~ Dr. Deborah Khoshaba, Psy.D
F.L.Y. ~ First Love Yourself.... xoxo~ Jahari
Happy New Year Goddess, Welcome to Jahari's F.L.Y. & Fit Radio show. Each January, roughly one in three Americans resolve to better themselves in some way. A much smaller percentage of people actually make good on those resolutions. While about 75% of people stick to their goals for at least a week, less than half (46%) are still on target six months later.~ Wikipedia.org. Think of a New Year's resolution as an attainable goal.. ... but in order to provide the best, you need to first F.L.Y. ~ First Love YOURSELF! It's one thing to know that you "should" love yourself , take better care of yourself, eat healthier, and you "should" exercise. It's another thing to figure out how to squeeze self-care into a hectic life and to make changes! Join Jahari for three ways to clear your mental runway, claim your crown and take FLIGHT! Phone lines open at 6:30pm(EST) for you to chat with us 646-716-7541.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
How NOT to Be Consumed with Queenly Disappointment
It happens. You are standing there in the spotlight. Grasping tightly the hand of the other girl. Waiting. Waiting. Waiting for the emcee to puh-lease announce the first runner up. Because you know…if your name is not announced, then YOU are the newly crowned queen of the pageant! Then, it happens. You hear YOUR name. Sudden disappointment engulfs your whole being. From the follicle of the hairs on your head to the tips of your beautifully sculptured toenails. “Nooooooo! My name was not to be called!” you scream silently in your head. All the work you’ve done. All the time you’ve put in. All the emotion spent getting to that moment on stage….and it wasn’t meant to be.
Well, I have wonderful news for you, my sister – all is not lost!
Actually, NOTHING at all was lost, but a whole lot gained. Take a look at the journey you traveled getting to that point. Look at the growth in many areas of your life that you went through. There are a few pearls of wisdom I am sure you gleaned along the way. Without traveling this journey you wouldn’t be stronger, smarter, wiser, and more beautiful, than had you not taken this voyage. Even standing on that stage, under that glaring spotlight, and not winning the crown is all part of this beautiful journey. Your life has meaning and purpose. At that moment in time, it wasn’t your crown to win. You put in the work. You put in the time. You put in the blood, sweat, and tears to get to that spotlight.
I am 19 years old and live in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I am full honors graduate of Norwin High School, graduating in the Top 10% of my class with a 4.0. For three years during high school, I studied Opera at Duquesne University’s City Music Center, and have been playing the piano for twelve years. I’m an opera singer, piano player, and professional model. I have had national modeling covers with Jo-Ann Fabrics, Fisher Price, Philip Pelusi, and have walked in fashion shows for Fleet Feet and Macy’s prom.
I currently attend the University of Pittsburgh for a degree in Business, and will hopefully then go on to get my Masters in Opera Performance. My ambition is to one day open a music conservatory for kids who want to learn to play an instrument, sing, or just learn more about music in general. Music was such a big part of my childhood, and I want to be able to give every child the same opportunity to fall in love with music, as I have.
In August of 2014, I won the title of 2014 National American Miss Pennsylvania Teen, and at Nationals placed 4th runner-up in Talent for singing opera, and placed 1st runner-up in the overall pageant. I then received the title of 2015 International Junior Miss Pennsylvania Teen and was lucky enough to become the 2015 International Junior Miss International Teen, as well as the IJM 2015 Teen Titleholder for Talent
We are ecstatic to present a part 2 of Being Your Personal Best with Mrs. Royalty International, Crystal Cavey!
Crystal Cavey, wife of Billy Cavey and mother of Tori (14 years) and Raymond (8 years) has been employed with Altria Group Distribution Company (formerly Philip Morris, USA) as a Sales Unit Manager in Illinois for the last 15 years. A graduate from Northern Illinois University with a double degree in Corporate Communications andOrganizational Communications and English, Crystal is a speaker for state and national level organizations and writes her own “Be Your Personal Best” Blog. Crystal Cavey still gives back to the NIU community as an active NIU alumni, active in her sorority~ Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority Inc, and recruiter for her company.
She also volunteers actively in the Kendall County community, Illinois and nationally at organizations such as Yorkville Grade School, the Fox Valley YMCA, assists with the Yorkville Daddy Daughter Dance, Feed My Starving Children and Caring Hands to offer volunteer work at their Yorkville IL location. Crystal also led the fundraising efforts which built the new playground at Yorkville Grade School two years ago. This year Crystal was also part of a team that installed a new baseball diamond in Little City Foundation in Palatine, IL. Most recently Crystal was asked to be the headlining speaker at Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority’s 25th Annual Women’s retreat on July 11, 2015 where Crystal will present her “Be Your Personal Best” platform to college aged women across the US.
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