Bring It On!

In my early years, I fell victim to "mediocrity thinking." I thought the best path was to stay meek, humble, and not to rock the boat. Then one day, in the silent moment of introspection, I realized that my "mediocrity thinking" was robbing me of my happiness, fulfillment, and purpose. I realized that challenges are all a part of life... Continue Reading →

I Hear Voices.

“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent." - Eleanor Roosevelt The dominant voice in my head tells me, "You are awesome. You will accomplish great things. Your potential will open up the possibilities of the universe." In leadership and in life, it is important to be aware of the voices taking up real estate... Continue Reading →

Human-kind

"A little thought and a little kindness are often worth more than a great deal of money." - John Rushkin We are humankind and not humanmean. Being kind is free and good for both the receiver and giver. Kindness stirs a warmth within the depths of your soul and is released to universe. Kindness given without... Continue Reading →

Positive Results

We have the ability to make a positive lasting change in the world. Standing by and doing nothing, we give up our power of choice to make a difference in our lives and the world. Let us change the world together, create a culture of appreciation, and make a positive difference in our life, those around us, and... Continue Reading →

Mind = Prime Real Estate

There is nothing as powerful as a made up mind.  Your actions are dependent on your thoughts and beliefs.  Often times, we accumulate social, cultural, and economic influences that takes up residence in our mind.  Although some influences may be helpful, every now and then we must reevaluate what we are willing to keep, let... Continue Reading →

So What, Now What?

My mom was a great influence in my life and a great example of an awesome leader and coach. Since I was in elementary school, she would not accept any of my excuses and would continually say, “So what, now what?”  At first, I thought she did not care and I ignored her. Then I realized... Continue Reading →

Click Refresh

As a child, our dreams were more exciting, daring, and imaginative.  As we progress with age, our dreams become confined by the cultural, social, and economical influence around us.  Then we get so caught up with trying to catch up that we beg for a break from the relentless cycle of work and an unending... Continue Reading →

Dare to Dream Again

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” – Eleanor Roosevelt As a child, our dreams were an endless flow of hopes and goals. Then as we grew older, the dreams became less and less. And for a few, the dreams stopped completely. However, there is hope because dreams can be started... Continue Reading →

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