It’s Belle in the City Giselle excited that spring is here and the vibrance of the new season has officially arrived.
As we take our spring breaks, enter Q2 of 2019, and reflect over our year so far— I’d like to take a moment to share a bit more about myself and my journey.
Giselle Ave. is a Brand, Marketing & Media Agency helping clients grow their brand, increase revenue, and tell their story. Our blog includes original content on popular music, style, and culture– curated by us. Our approach is client-centric, with a focus on pushing the culture forward. Our team is composed of passionate storytellers, writers, and all-around creatives– committed to impacting amazing brands.
Our mission is to use strategic communications to help clients grow their brand, increase revenue, and tell their story.
I’ve coined myself Belle in the City, and I’m a Millennial CEO representing the entrepreneurial spirit of the next generation of leaders making strides across industries including Small Business, Content Marketing, and Tech. I’m a Subject Matter Expert in Storytelling and Public Relations.
Most of all, I’m an advocate for finding and doing the work you love because this is the true key to happiness in life. Money, fame, fortune, good jobs with great pay — all of these things are fleeting. Your passion and desire to live out your life’s biggest dreams, that’s something that can never be taken away from you.
Let’s talk about success.
Success is all about confidence.
Be confident, and live confidently.
Most of all, believe in yourself.
-the feeling or belief that one can rely on someone or something; firm trust.
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Hey Brown Girl, You’re Beautiful
The truth of the matter is, many Africans in America have not seen successful black people first-hand, so we downplay our natural skills and strengths. Of course if you went to college, especially an HBCU, you may be familiar with the legacy of Black Excellence. But what about everyone else? A large population of us did not attend college, nor were raised in a supportive, melanin-rich community– so how can they see our true power? As I ascended into full-time entrepreneurship, I’ve made it my business to attract like-minds. Most of all, the entrepreneurial ecosystem here in Atlanta is dominated by black and brown people, whom are willing to take big risks to secure their legacy. No matter where you are in life, never forget that your beauty shines from within– and that inner glow can NEVER be taken away from you.