You are not on Sale
HAVE FAITH AND SAVE YOURSELF
Life transforming actions to help you own your power, control your destiny and become powerful with who you are.
You are not on Sale, Your services, Your Power, Your Money. We Women Bargain with our own lives. We only know how to do more, take care of everyone in our lives except ourselves.
Don’t undervalue who you are and what you do. Say “no” out of respect for yourself. You have the Power to control your destiny. Ask yourself “What am I doing to put myself on sale? How do I take myself off the sales rack?”
8 Qualities of a Wealthy Woman
Keep Health, Wealth and Money in your life with:
1. BALANCE: Thoughts, words, actions feelings are one. What you think is not coming out of mouth is still a part of you. What you think, feel, say and do, must be one thought to create your destiny. Words become action. Habits form your destiny. Say, do, think and feel the same powerful, life affirming thoughts.
2. HARMONY: When we are naturally in Balance, we have confidence and equilibrium. Check your words, actions, feelings and thoughts.
3. COURAGE: Have courage to overcome fear. Courage Quiets the fear. Call up courage that silences your fear by taking action. “I am a warrior and will not turn back on the battlefield.” Summon up courage, be in balance and be Powerful.
4. GENEROSITY: Give yourself the Gift of self empowered by what you are doing. Exercise your Duty to Volunteer. This is your Full tilt boogie.
5. HAPPINESS is essential for wealthy women. Only you can make yourself happy.
6. CLEANLINESS: Be free of clutter. Paper. Wealth cannot dwell in filth. Invite wealth.
7. BEAUTY: Say, know and claim, “I am a Goddess of Wealth, Inner Beauty and Strength.” Feel confident. “I am confident. When I walk in a room, I know my own worth and my own power”.
8. WISDOM: Make wise choices based on confidence. NEVER PUT YOURSELF ON SALE AGAIN
Make a “save yourself plan” for 1 day 1 month 1 year
Thanks to The Chronicle’s managing editor T. Kevin Walker for this in-depth profile of Lorey Hayes’ Power Play. Castmembers of Power Play met Walker and his staff photographer Jae Pitt, who snapped this shot of the cast at the National Black Theatre Festival press conference at the Marriott Hotel in Winston-Salem, North Carolina on July 29, 2013.
What do you get when you have an ambitious campaign manager, an up and coming politician, and the betrayal of a best friend? You get Lorey Hayes’ Power Play.
Brought in as a reading, Power Play is part of the National Black Theatre Festival’s 2013 Repertoire. Although they had scripts in their hands, you could tell that the skilled actors knew their lines.
Keeping the audience in suspense, the script written by North Carolina native Lorey Hayes is very intriguing. As they left the Shirley Recital Hall at Salem College many audience members vocalized their desire to see Power Play on the big screen. Knowing Lorey the way I know Lorey, the film script is ready.
So is the cast. Power Play’s cast comprises of Roscoe Orman from “Sesame Street,” Pauletta Pearson Washington, Lia Chang, Lorey Hayes, Marcus Naylor and Phynjuar. The cast has done a great job in the transformation of the characters from the page to the stage. This was especially true of Lia Chang who plays the ambitious campaign manager. Delivering her lines without the script made me forget that I was in reading.
The play was chosen for the festival’s inaugural midnight reading in 1991. Lia Chang was a member of that cast playing the same character. Lia also played the role at the plays New York run at the Billie Holiday Theatre. In addition to an extended run, Power Play won a prestigious AUDELCO award for Best Play in 2005.
Power Play is powerful and suspenseful. The bottom line: It’s a must see.
Check out Valerie Bailey’s Febone1960.net for her complete coverage of the Festival.