Monthly Archives: April 2015

Becoming Your Authentic Self

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This morning I was blessed to reconnect with an old friend and during our conversation, she referred to herself as a “reformed charlatan.” Curious as to why she would say that (I have always thought her to be quite the opposite) I simply came out and asked her. She stated that when we were close […]

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Journey to Change

Last night while preparing material for some online training I will be presenting, I decided to look back on the past five years of my life. A part of the training I will be giving will require the participants to plan ahead for the next five years of their lives, but I decided to look back […]

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Make the Most of Each Day

No matter where you are in life, a student, an entrepreneur, or in some other career field, in one way your day is no different than mine or anyone else’s. We all have the same amount of time at our disposal. However, there are some who accomplish so much more than others. Many blame the misuse of their […]

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Expect the Unexpected

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  We all make plans, wish for things and have expectations of how someone will act or something will turn out. Unfortunately, things don’t always turn out the way we would like and people don’t always react the way we expected or sometimes even show up. There have been times where I have planned an event, expecting hundreds of people […]

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Dealing with Yourself

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“It is a lot easier to pick someone else a part than it is to put ourselves together.” It is a lot less painful to look outside of ourselves than it is to look within.” These are two statements that I heard on an empowerment call as a young lady was sharing her story. I lead discussions […]

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Are You Your Biggest Challenge?

“When there is no enemy within, the enemies outside can do you no harm”….African Proverb Sometimes, if we would dare to be totally honest with ourselves, we would find that WE are the root cause of our struggles. In many cases, this can be very difficult. Some don’t want to own their own mess. It is much easier to believe that other people are […]

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