If you follow RC Blakes online, you know that he has a motivational book titled Queenology.
Even though many women understand the concept of being a queen, not every woman
understands the framework and how to develop herself to embody and exhibit the qualities
of the queen they were meant to be. RC Blakes makes it clear that women are born
regal, but lose their ability to exhibit the qualities because of the mentality they have
adopted through trauma or circumstance.
Here are some takeaways:
Queens need other queens to grow spiritually, mentally, and in many cases,
financially. By not accepting women as they are, with no harm intended, you're limiting your
opportunities for growth. A woman who can work with other women is a strong force to be
reckoned with. In the book, he also speaks about leveraging your resources and pursuing
mentorship— especially, from women who have been through struggles and strife. Adding
credentials to your resume is part of your growth because no queen remains stagnant.
Trust me when I say this can be the most difficult... But, vent in private and stay
composed in public. Not everyone needs to see your weaknesses because many ill-willed
people will use it to their advantage whether it be to shame you or smear your name. Vent in
private, stay composed in public.
Choosing your friend's wisely is crucial because not everyone is meant to be in your
circle. True friends uphold your reputation even when you're not around. You do not want
people in your circle who are risky and have the ability to bring you down. In other words,
"You're as good as the company you keep." You don't need a large circle, just a quality
There are other takeaways from the book, but I don't want to give them all away. All-in-all,
this book is highly recommended, along with his YouTube videos.