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"The Full Life!"

Are you ready to step into your  ENTIRETY? The time is now! No matter who you are, abundance is your God-given right!

Photo Credit Vince Robinson Lachmere Arts, 2019.

About

My name is Dr. Tameka N. Ellington and I'm a First-Generation Revolutionary, Educator, Author, Speaker, and Image|Etiquette Specialist.   I am Founder and CEO of Entirety Incorporated, a mind-body-spirit wellness organization with the goal of helping clients live their "full life."  MY dream is to see YOU succeed!

The Entirety Inc. Mission and Vision

 Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide highly effective, comprehensive motivational speaking, consulting and training services to a wide range, diverse group of young professionals in order to help them take action. 


Vision Statement

Entirety Inc. will add value to the lives of its clients by providing tangible skills they can use to accelerate to the next level of their career and/or personal life. Our hope is that as a result of Entirety Inc.’s services, clients will live a “full life,” one that is joyous, abundant, and purposeful. Our company serves as a vessel to God’s plans for us. “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full,” John 10:10.



Brand Identity

The Merriam Webster Dictionary defines “entirety” as 1: the state of being entire or complete 2: sum total, whole, with the synonyms of absoluteness, completeness, entireness, fullness, perfectness, wholeness. The slogan/mantra of the company, “The Full Life™” encapsulates the idea of what it means to be a complete being living in joy and abundance. Experiencing life to the fullest and working toward personal excellence. 


The icon of the logo is a circle. “One of the most commonly used graphic shapes is the circle. Circles can convey positive emotions,” (Cheers Creative). Circles are a “universal symbol with extensive meaning. It represents the notions of totality, wholeness, original perfection, the Self, the infinite, eternity, timelessness, all cyclic movement, God (University of Michigan Symbols). “The soul is a circle of which the circumference is in a body. God is a circle whose circumference is nowhere but whose center is everywhere,” (SwamiVivekananda, 19th Century). 


The fern inside of the circle is from the West African Adinkra symbol - Aya which means resilience, and defiance. “An individual who wears this symbol suggests that he has endured many adversities and outlasted much difficulty.” (Willis, The Adinkra Dictionary). “It indicates the will to persist even when adverse circumstances make it difficult. Towards the top, the obtrusive influences get smaller. This means that when one continues on the chosen path without wavering, the difficulties will diminish as well,” (Amazwi Abantu, 2019).


The brand colors are black and gold. “Black denotes strength and authority; it is considered to be a very formal, elegant, and prestigious color. Black gives the feeling of perspective and depth.” While, gold is the color of “success, achievement and triumph.”

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