2017 Rewind… My Year In Review

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Hey, It’s Candace Byrd Davis. Today in my YouTube Rewind 2017 Video, I’m giving you a glimpse into my personal life and a little foreshadowing into the excitement of the future. I hope you enjoy it!

This year has taught me to let go. Of everything.

The wall is coming down. My YouTube channel is being re-vamped. I’m literally getting rid of everything that binds me to 2017.

A big thing that I’m learning to let go of is my definition of success for myself because I think for a very long time I didn’t really own it. This year has taught me that there’s one common denominator in my success and my failures, and that’s me. That’s such a liberating feeling because I know that it comes down to me which is why I think I’ve also realized that I have to let go and I am letting go of that lone wolf mentality that keeps so many entrepreneurs stuck feeling like you have to do everything yourself. Because yes, at the end of the day the ideas come from you, the business is from you, but you have to have a team of people that can actually execute so you can be that visionary.

I’ve surrounded myself this year with all of these people that have truly successful businesses and are truly visionaries and leaders of these amazing companies, and they take so much time just to be present and just to do the things that inspire them because that’s what keeps the company innovative and running. Space and time have become just a valuable asset. That’s why I’m really excited because I feel like we’re finally kind of out of the huge hustle and grind mentality. We’re getting to this really nice place, and we’re all understanding that it’s important for us to just be.

Letting go isn’t the easiest thing to do. So, how did I do it?

I think, I actually just surrendered. I kind of was forced into just putting my trust in God. That might sound kind of crazy to some, but I am a believer. It’s been proven time and time again that if you just understand that you’re exactly where you need to be in this very moment, no further ahead, no further behind, and you let go of those expectations and just trust that everything’s divinely lining up for you, that’s when you can actually let go of that anxiety and stress and move into your flow. When you’re in flow, you work your best. That’s when the real good shit happens.

I think I also realized that we’re in this revolution, I feel like, where perfection is really not what people want. They want real. We’re just kind of saying “F**k filters. F**k the false marketing. We want real.” I know that the more authentic I am, the more real I am with people, the more realness I attract. That’s the people I want to work with. I want to work with people who know what they want and are working towards a bigger purpose that’s bigger than themselves and looking perfect at all times and bigger than monetary gains. They actually want to create an impact. That was another huge lesson for me this year. Just show up as yourself and the right people come into your space. Trust the universe and the right things will happen when they need to happen.

Breaking the habit that I have that I built over almost 10 years of being a busybody and feeling like I need to be doing everything all the time and realizing that the most success comes from when I’m just having fun, I feel like I can finally just breathe and have the space to create really amazing ideas and things within the business and work really well with my team. I guess the beauty of being your own boss really lies in letting go.

So, now that I’ve let go, what’s next?

I don’t know. It’s weird. I have this feeling in my tummy that 2018 is going to be a big year. It was like 2017 was the foundation that came with a shit ton of hard lessons and a lot of really great things happened too. I just know there’s more to come.

I feel like 2018 is where things are really going to catapult. I’m just excited to get started again!

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How I Reversed My Acne Scaring and Hyper-Pigmentation in One Week?  Skincerity Review

How I Reversed My Acne Scaring and Hyper-Pigmentation in One Week? Skincerity Review

Total Life Changes, Acne Treatment, Skincerity, Nucerity


I know… You want to know how I reversed my acne scaring and hyper-pigmentation in one week.  Well, it an amazing pharmaceutical grade skincare product called Skincerity which is available with the Toal Life Changes product line.

So before I share my results with you let me tell you a little about my problems with acne.  I am so excited!  I Finally an opportunity to end severe acne and the horrific scarring that follows along with it.

My name is Candace Byrd Davis.  I am a 36 year-old wife and mother who unfortunately has the skin of a teenager.  I remember how years ago, my confidence was always an issue because of my acne.  I never felt beautiful!  How could I?

Waking up every morning with BIG red bumps, cystic acne and the scars left behind from popping them.  Yes! I was a popper.  As the years went on, the scaring got worse.  The pores got so deep that I would refer to them as “craters” in my face.

I could remember crying because of how “ugly” I was.  So, long story short, I finally opted to have Laser Fraxel and CO2 resurfacing done on my skin.  Yes, I was hit with two powerful lasers in an attempt to have clear skin.  The pain was almost unbearable but I know I had to endure it for an ending result.

Well, that result wasn’t what I was hoping for.  After healing, it was determined that the laser has reached so deep into my layers of skin that it permanently damaged my face causing hyper-pigmentation on a whole new level.

So years of using Proactiv, Murad, Retin-A, Retin-A Micro and so many prescription and non-prescription products, I determined that their claims were all false. NOTHING WORKED UNTIL NOW.

On August 23, 2017, my company Total Life Changes, launched a new skincare line with Nucerity.  I was excited but skeptical about this new product.  But let me allow you to see these results for yourself.

Watch this short video and let me know what you thought about my results in the comments below.

How to be more Organized, Productive & Effective

How to be more Organized, Productive & Effective

Organizing Your Life So You Can Live It

Are you busy? Or are you productive? Do you have too much to do and not enough time? Do you feel stressed out because you have put in a long day. And still haven’t completed the important things? Are you running your business? Or is it running you?

The comment is heard frequently, “I don’t have time to organize.” We save paperwork because there are some great ideas we might need one of these days. But we never get to it, and the piles of paper continue to grow. We shuffle, search through and stress over it, yet we don’t take time to stop and establish a system that works. Getting organized is vital because it cuts through confusion, promotes productivity and enhances effectiveness.

The truth is, it takes a lot less time and effort to be organized than it does to be disorganized. Disorganization takes more time than you can imagine and places huge obstacles in the path of getting things done. By becoming more organized you can complete more work in less time and with less effort.

The only prerequisite to getting organized is the desire and willingness to change. Instead of saying, “I don’t have time to organize,” start thinking just the opposite: “I will organize to have time.” Changing your thinking is the first step to getting organized. In fact, if you organize your thinking, becoming organized will follow naturally.

How Do I Start to Get Organized?

More productive and effective time on the job sounds great, but is your real problem simple disorganization? Perhaps you’re not sure where to begin. Or maybe you are feeling overwhelmed. Here are a few guides to get you started:

    1. Visualize. In an environment plagued by chaos and haphazard schedules, you can feel to frazzled and unfocused to set and reach goals. If your head is filled with clutter, you can’t organize your thoughts. Imagine, for a moment, how wonderful life is going to be when your environment is clutter-free and organized. Focus on the desired outcome, not the effort.


    1. Get Started. What’s bothering you the most? This is usually the best place to begin. If you hate that pile of papers or mail in your inbox, start there. If you’re getting stressed that you can’t fit another item in your desk, then you’ve found the perfect starting point. The important thing is that you just start somewhere. Organize your environment by removing the small irritants that hinder your achievement. Rather than thinking about the huge project ahead, break that project down to little bite-sized, manageable pieces. Get it started. Take the first step, and you will likely continue it to completion.


    1. Write It Down. Now it’s time to go beyond wishing and dreaming. For a few days write down each thing you do and how much time you spend on it. Once you’ve identified your main time wasters, create an ideal schedule. Assign time slots to tasks you do every day. You’ll be less likely to let one job expand at the expense of others. Writing things down helps you to more easily remember all that you accomplish.


    1. Do Daily Planning. It is said that people do not plan to fail, but a lot of people fail to plan. Take the time each night to manage one of your most precious resources: the next twenty-four hours. Write out a To Do list for the following day. Without a plan for the day you can easily get distracted, spending your time serving the loudest voice rather than attending to the most important things that will enhance your productivity. A schedule doesn’t close you in a box. When you plan well it allows you to prioritize with balance, be ready for the unexpected and choose what is most important to produce the results you want.


    1. Avoid Distractions. Work on only one item at a time. Remove all other projects from your desk to avoid distractions. Time is lost sorting through other items while you‘re working on one.


    1. Clear the Clutter. We all need to cut back, cut out and cut down. The vast majority of us simply have too much stuff. When you bring something new into the office try to eliminate something else. Give away old computers, furniture and equipment to the young businesses in your area, your local schools or not-for-profit organization. Donating will discourage hoarding and provide you with the satisfaction of knowing you have helped others.


    1. Reward Yourself. Make something you want or love to do dependent on the completion of a certain task. If you promise yourself that you will not watch your favorite television show tonight unless you work for 15 minutes on organizing your products, you’re sure to get hat small task finished. No cheating allowed. A little extra motivation is often enormous help!


  1. Maintain Balance. Your life consists of Seven Vital Areas: Health, Family, Financial, Intellectual, Social, Professional and Spiritual. You spend different amounts of time in each area every day. But if you are spending a sufficient quantity and quality of time in each area, then your life will be more balanced. Ignore one or more of these areas, and you will get out of balance. Fail to spend time on your health, and you may develop an illness later on. Ignore your family, and it may cost you a lot of time to repair relationships in the future.

If you can recapture a wasted hour here and there and redirect it to a more productive use, you can make great increases in your daily productivity.
Without organizational skills you waste time. With limited time you find it difficult to get organized. This is a viscous circle that robs talented people of the life they want. People who are organized are getting the best out of life. They are getting things done. They’re achieving their goals. They’re finding the time they need to do the things they love and to spend time with the people they care about. As you put these organizational tips into practice you will become more productive and effective in all you do.

The Top Ten Time Wasters

  1. Shifting priorities.
  2. Telephone interruptions.
  3. Lack of direction/ objectives.
  4. Attempting too much.
  5. Drop-in visitors.
  6. Ineffective delegation.
  7. Cluttered desk/ losing things.
  8. Procrastination/ lack of self-discipline.
  9. Inability to say “no”.
  10. Meetings.