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I'm an author, copywriter, freelance writer, blogger, speaker and business owner. Basically, I wear many hats. To keep my life full of love and joy, I've learned to COLORs. COLORs [Carry On Living Outrageously Real] has given me the opportunity to share my personality. It has kept me in business--my attitude. To stay inspired, motivated and energized during even the most difficult times, I hope you learn to COLORs.

Here's What My Customers Have to Say.


Sabrina Hood

Love. I've learned to COLORs through my race, gender, religion, and sexuality. We're all people. We're all equal.


Pastor Tyron Tatum

See! I think there are roads that lead us to each other. But, those roads must lead us to healing and forgiving one another God's way.


If it's not well-written, it's not being done.


Goal Setting: Do you have a vision for the future of your business? Then, your first priority is to create a clear description of where you hope your business will be in five years. Next, develop shorter-term goals to help you track progress toward your long-term goal. Your goals should be specific, measurable, and realistic.


Whether you’re interested in copywriting or freelancing services, understanding how to write a business plan for growth will help you take your career to the next level. Not only will it help you raise capital, but it’ll also serve as a tool for reflection and re-focusing when needed.


Whether you are a new startup, or an established business, it’s important to create a business plan to communicate your goals. By building an effective business plan, investors and new employees can better understand your company's future. How you construct your plan will help you make informed decisions while keeping your audience engaged, informed and adding value to their lives.