I recently had the opportunity to exclusively interview Solita Roberts-Goodwin to learn five random facts about herself, and how women can redefine their image. Check out my interview with Solita below:
Loryn: What have you've learned about yourself during the pandemic?
Solita: I learned two things about myself during this pandemic, first, the importance of protecting my space- from the people I have around me to what I consume. I realize how fragile our mental health is, why it’s important to talk about how you’re feeling and to seek help, as soon as you realize you’re not feeling or functioning at your best. And secondly, I’m not as introverted as I believe. It turns out that I am my best self surrounded by a community, creating, problem-solving, and building together.
Loryn: How can women redefine their image?
Solita: The idea is to stand out by being intentional and appropriately dress with your wardrobe.
Know who you are
What you have in your closet
What you like
What message you wish to communicate
Once you have a true understanding of those three factors, only then can you really begin the process of re-defining their image.
Loryn: If you could be mentored by anyone, who would you love to be mentored by?
Solita: I had to think about this one for a moment. Steve Harvey as a motivational coach would be one option, I like his real-talk, unfiltered approach to how you can change your life, manifest success and wealth. The other person would be Shonda Rhimes, I mean who doesn’t want to be apart of Shondaland- ‘ It’s where all the badasses live.”
Loryn: What is a goal you hope to achieve this year?
Solita: I have a few things on my list I’ll like to achieve this year, my most important business goal is to position Style To Impact as the go-to brand for personal styling and image coaching for professional women. My personal goal is to believe in my abilities more, to know I have everything I need in me to succeed.
Loryn: What is something people would be surprised to learn about you?
Solita: I think people would be surprised to know that love nature, walking in the parks, going to the botanical gardens, things like that but I would never go camping. The thought of sleeping in tents and having no amenities does not appeal to me. I would spend a few hours in the woods, but not overnight unless it’s a cabin.
Stay updated with Solita Roberts-Goodwin by visiting her website: https://styletoimpact.com/