On episode 30 of The PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT Show, Bo Talley Williams shares her journey of being raised by women, managing motherhood, and making her mark in the wellness industry!
Bo Talley is a former songstress and fashion model who believes that self-love is the best love and that minding your business is ok, to live a happy life. The Entrepreneur, philanthropist, fitness enthusiast, actress, and a brand ambassador is the mom of 5 wonderful children & 1 beautiful granddaughter and is also the wife of WNBA basketball coach Fred Williams. As an entrepreneur, she is the Founder and CEO of 3 companies that range from entertainment to philanthropy, and she gives back through her 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization called Balling for Lupus Luvs Foundation. Please tune in to learn more about her journey, what motivated her to lose the weight she gained during pregnancy, and how she became an advocate for healthy lifestyles for women & men over the age of 40.
Bo Talley Williams was the second Black cheerleader in the history of Scottsboro, Alabama.
On why it's important to mind your business.
"When you consume other people's issues, you look like their issues. Mind your business. Let people sometimes deal with their own situations. It's ok to be there to listen and to support, but who says you have to jump in and get the bruise. Mind your business when it comes to certain things. I promise to God that you'll look younger, you'll feel better, and you'll live a longer life."
On what PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT means to her.
"First off, let me say this about your movement... it's one of confidence. I feel like going to your event (twice, actually) it exudes so much confidence. Women don't feel any type of way but confident when they are walking in there... from the smallest to the biggest. That's just all I feel when I'm around you and your organization. It's just amazing. I have to give you kudos for that because that is what you're giving women out here. You're giving them the confidence to do whatever it is they need to do to stay in shape, to be a better person... to be Better moms, friends, lovers, whatever it may be, your organization gives that to people. If you didn't know that, now you know."