Atlanta entrepreneur Comia Flynn’s gifts making room for her, bringing her before prominent personalities


A man’s gift maketh room for him, and bringeth him before great men. (Proverbs 18:16 KJV)


‘IN LIKE FLYNN’

MASSIVE THING OF BEAUTY — A business endeavor that spans two decades, Comia Flynn’s Flynn Style is widely known for empowering and equipping  women to feel confident about themselves, feel confident about their wardrobe and, most importantly, to inspire them to adorn to their weight size regardless of the number.

Don’t you dare get it twisted.

The above Biblical passage isn’t merely referring to men only, mind you.
Rather, it is alluding to all of God’s children, to put it more precisely.
Especially Comia Flynn, an Atlanta-based entrepreneur, who is the face of ever-so-popular Flynn Style.
A business endeavor that spans some two decades, Flynn’s Flynn Style is widely known for empowering and equipping  women to feel confident about themselves, feel confident about their wardrobe and, most importantly, to inspire them to adorn to their weight size regardless of the number.
For Flynn, a native of Savannah, Georgia who strategically applies Matthew 10:18-20 to her everyday living, her progressive, thriving company undoubtedly has made room for her and, much to her delight, placed her before a slew of great individuals, most notably the legendary Oprah Winfrey.

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“I get to impact and walk the red carpet with notable stars and celebrities and share events as they pertain to the common good of people,” Flynn, 52, told Making Headline News this week. “I also get to attend exciting events for notable causes and various organizations.”

Interestingly, Flynn was on hand recently at the Oscars during which she was a brand ambassador for the Oprah Winfrey 2020 Vision Tour.

Arguably one of her most memorable interviews includes having conversed with world renown producer and director D. Channsin Berry in preparation for his notable documentary, “Sexuality in The Black Church.”

STAR WATCH — For Flynn, a native of Savannah, Georgia, her progressive, thriving company undoubtedly has made room for her and, much to her delight, placed her before a slew of great individuals, most notably the legendary Oprah Winfrey.

As for her awe-inspiring brand, which has given way to a considerable amount of success for the Savannah State University alum, Flynn acknowledged that her rise and sustained success as an accomplished businesswoman has greatly afforded her with the productive, carefree lifestyle for which she has longed for quite some time.

“I like the sense of freedom that being an entrepreneur provides,” Flynn said. “I like the sense of style and personality that I am able to add to my business. Unlike working for companies, I am able to address the needs that I feel are important in the times that they are important.”

PRESSED DOWN, BUT NOT DESTROYED — For Flynn, her journey to entrepreneurship success wasn’t an easy task in any way, shape or form. She recalls those downtrodden school days during which she was routinely bullied and made fun of.

As for her constant and immeasurable impact on like-minded women, well, such a trend is priceless for the most part, Flynn hints.

“I like the impact that I have on other women and other entrepreneurs and businesspeople to reach for their dreams aspire to be more than they were the day before,” Flynn explained. “I like opportunities that my business has placed me in my platform have placed me in. I like the notion of getting to know different people in different areas from all walks of life and having the commonality of business.”

A district coordinator for the YMCA of nearby Coastal, Georgia, Flynn’s business venture accommodates individuals and groups of all ages.


“I feel as though my platform reaches the masses if I’m discussing wait and weight, for example,” said Flynn, alluding to her book entitled, ‘Does Your Weight Make You Wait.’ “(I’m committed to) reaching any target audience of people who have battled weight loss or who have put things off on hold, because they felt as though they did not meet the description or the depiction of what society wanted to see or needed to see you at that given moment.”


By and large, Flynn credits Viola Flynn, her beloved grandmother, having paved the way to her entrepreneurial success.

“She was a woman that stood six feet in stature, dark complexion, and beautiful white hair,” Flynn said of her grandmother and greatest mentor. “She was that woman who heard nothing in my eyes. She taught me the value of never looking down on people…from the janitor to the CEO.”

As for her awe-inspiring brand, which has given way to a considerable amount of success for the Savannah State University alum, Flynn acknowledged that her rise and sustained success as an accomplished businesswoman has greatly afforded her with the productive, carefree lifestyle for which she has longed for quite some time.

For Flynn, her journey to entrepreneurship success wasn’t an easy task in any way, shape or form. She recalls those downtrodden school days, in fact, during which she was routinely bullied and made fun of.

Still, she was determined to press and navigate her way to success — with God, her Helper, leading the way.

“I vowed to myself when I became an adult, I would never allow people to mistreat me or any other person that had weight issues,” Flynn said. “I remember wanting to design more fashionable clothes for plus size people, but now I refer to us as ‘Luxebody Women.’ My parents were both inspiring to me as well.”


GOD’S LEADING LADY 

Interestingly, Flynn was on hand recently at the Oscars during which she was a brand ambassador for the Oprah Winfrey 2020 Vision Tour.

To her distinctly unique credit, it certainly shows.

So, don’t you dare get it twisted.

The above Biblical passage isn’t merely referring to men only, mind you.

Rather, it is alluding to all of God’s children, by all accounts.

Especially Comia Flynn.


For more information about Georgia Businesswoman/Author Comia Flynn of Flynn Style, to inquire about her company or book, a public appearance, speaking engagement or book signing, connect with her via social media at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/comia.flynn; Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tshirtgrind/. Also, send email to: flynnstyle2014@gmail.com.


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