Meet Tiffany Draper of Tea With Tiffany
I am constantly striving everyday to be better than the person I was yesterday.
If you know me then you should already know that I am a very analytical person.
This comes with its advantages and disadvantages. I don’t strive for perfection, but I pay attention to detail. I’m a watcher I observe people. I enjoy it. I watch people move about their day, how they eat their foods, play with their children, pronounce words, how they dress, how they interact with other people and most importantly how they love. Watching other people helps me gather insight about the world and people that are around me. I am careful about the things that I do and say. I want to be remembered as a person who loved, a woman who believed, and most importantly as a person who gave. Giving to me is more than physical its the way you treat other people and the way you love.
My purpose in this life is to be the best me that I can possibly be and I’m passing that down to my boys as well. I’ve always heard…”be the change you wish to see”.
Today, I have about 3,500 women who follow me on my social media pages and I host events that are geared towards WOMEN and I am an encourager of self love.
“Life is changed by your example, not by your opinion”
No, it hasn’t been easy. It’s actually hard work, and as an entrepreneur we just make it look super easy. Since, Ive been in business i’ve been accused of trying to be like other people or even just not liked just because I wanted to empower us women.
As a survivor of many things, I want to reach as many women in the world and encourage them to love themselves and never give up on their life or dreams.
I love people and I believe that God has called me to serve his people. Tea With Tiffany is a platform that I started to give women hope and to empower each other. I want you to love yourself and essentially be the best you that you can be.
I am a survivor of domestic violence, rape, and death. Just recently I was on a ventilator in a coma for 3 days fighting a respiratory infection. God was really good to me and I survived and here today to tell you my story.
I define success by how to handle the rough parts of your life. If you can get back up after you’ve tried, that’s success. The people who don’t try after a failed attempt to me don’t want it bad enough.