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Thank U Mrs. Buggs for representing a place for us to fellowship in unity as women…Learning an growing …Wanted to just say THANK s looking forward to. WIIN.. COMEING THIS WAY ST.LOUIS & INTERNATIONALLY…UNTIL THEN MAY GOD BLESS AN KEEP U AN FAMILY SAFE FROM ALL HURT AN HARM…

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A million times THANK-YOU! 😘

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Hello Earlene I am completely awed at this WiiN vision. I just finished praying asking God to align me with wining women whose vision is like what he has placed in my spirit to empower women to live their best lives. He gave me your name and another well known woman. I wrote it down. I asked God to show me how to connect with these women. Didn’t know how but he said “I will do it!” I went to my phone just browsing for something positive and inspirational to read when there your WiiN movement vision pops up. I am crying as I am writing this cause I know this is God. I’m speechless. I turned to my journal to check my entry and there was your name and note on empowering women. I started to thank God for his divine inspiration. I am a public speaker and a social worker with over 16 years of experience empowering women especially young women. I would love to have a chance to speak with you more on this amazing connection that I know that God has orchestrated. I share your vision to empower women to win and would love to connect with you some more. Stay well and God bless you.

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My Love, your comment really touched me. It has been on my heart to change the fabric of female relationships for a very long time and it took God himself to knock some sense into me so that I would get busy making a difference in the lives of women all over the globe. I too have been blessed by His vision for my life. Congratulations on the work that you are doing to empower women. It is not an easy job helping women to understand their worth and walk in it. Perhaps our paths will cross at one of my events or yours. If you ever have an opportunity to make it to one of my events, I’d love to meet you and talk over a cup of coffee. Until then, 💛EB

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Thank you Mrs. Buggs or empowering women. I have felt the power as well as the love, excitement, and close bond to other women by attending your events. You make us feel so special! We as women have so much to overcome, and what you give us almost can’t be put into words. Your spirit is almost angelic, and your events are awe inspiring. I am forever grateful for the positive impact you’ve had on my life, and it’s exciting to know that there is more to come!

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Mrs. Buggs thank you for showing all women how to love and empower one another. You have raised the bar on class, sophistication, elegance, and what it is to be a self confident woman. You have given and provided us with an environment that is creating a generation of women that will uplift and encourage other women, one that we can grow and learn from on another. Thank you helping me become a better woman, mother, daughter, sister and friend.

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My first event was in May 2012 in Atlanta and I was blown away. The atmosphere was suited for queens and the energy of positivity exuded in the air. I cant count the number of events that I have been to w/a room full of women and everyone gets along and being encouraging. To hear the stories of so many different women shows that we are more alike than we are different. And once they shared what was on their heart, you generously showered them wa lovely gift they would remember for the rest of their lives was priceless. That was a lifechanging event for me because I was going through some tough times in my own life and marriage. Without this company and this event, Im not sure where I would be mentally. I’ve always thought of myself as being a strong woman but this event and the other women events I have attended made me even stronger. I was also honored to assist Mrs. Bean w/decorating one of the events in Atlanta. To top it off, we were so honored and privileged to be the city, St. Louis, to host the very first iWin event. Thank for all that you do and continue to do and being such an inspiration!

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I had the privilege to attending Mrs. Buggs’ workshop and words can’t describe the phenomenal experience I had. The words of wisdom, encouragement, and tips that she shared with her fellow sisters was absolutely priceless! Most of all, I felt the love and positivity that was warmly shared amongst us all. I truly can say that I grew as a woman as a result of being in her presence. Thank you so much Mrs. Earlene Buggs for being you and sharing yourself with us!

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You are an amazing woman Mrs Buggs! You represent a lot of what I have always wanted to show as a leader and a woman in business! You inspire me to be and do and have better!

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I first experienced Women Who Win 3 years ago in Atlanta….I will never forget, it was the weekend of my 40th birthday. I had no idea what was in store for me being in that room! Mrs. Buggs walked in through those doors…. the epitome of elegance and when they finally opened the doors for us to enter and be seated I gasped at the immaculate decor….Chanel was everywhere!!!! It was absolutely breathtaking!!! That was still not as impacting as the moment when Mrs. Buggs came down from the stage and walked the room going from table to table connecting with us on an intimate and personal level. Someone of her stature, so successful and wealthy yet accessible and humble. I was floored by how wonderfully inviting she was towards us…. she opened up to us in a way that just brought me to tears. I have always had difficulty with lasting relationships with women but being in that room with all those women all on one accord made me feel so empowered. I love my fellow womankind because we possess so much power and I am so excited to be part of a company that embodies the kind of initiative as WOMEN OF WIIN!!! THANK YOU MRS. BUGGS FOR HAVING THE VISION TO CARRY OUT SUCH A POWERFUL AND IMPACTFUL MOVEMENT!!!

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Mrs. Buggs,
I had the honor of attending two of your workshops. The first was ‘Women Who Win’ in Orlando and the second was the smaller, more intimate one. Both were fabulous! I learned so much about being proud of myself and my accomplishments. I learned that it is ok to “be me” and not try to “fit in someone else’s shoes”. The exercise you did with all kinds of shoes and the women were trying on all the different sizes and trying to fit in them. The lesson was ‘what’s wrong with your shoes?’ , they fit perfectly! In the smaller event, the impact for me was getting along with other women. How we need to help and nurture each other. And there are times, when you just have to let go of those bad relationships. This has helped me in this business so much. I am learning patience with people and learning to love them where they are. I love what you stand for and how you are changing women’s lives every day! Bless you Mrs Buggs!

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