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September 18, 2019

The enemy of thinking positive isn’t being negative – it’s being a realist. I noticed that as children, we hype them up and tell them that there are no limits to their dreams, that they can do and be anything they want to be. But when they reach a certain age and exper...

June 4, 2019

My 6-year old daughter came home from school one day, and she proudly declared that everyone in her class said that she was nicest girl in school. While my initial thought was to say “wow!” and celebrate it, I paused before replying. “How did that make you feel?” I ask...

June 1, 2019

If you’re a parent, we’ve all seen our children fall, figuratively and literally. Sometimes we pick them up and check for bruises, sometimes we pause and see if they’ll pick themselves up. Rarely does a child stay down—they cry, get bruised, but eventually, they stand...

May 31, 2019

So, you’ve completed your training and maybe have a diploma, some certifications and internships under your belt. You may be anxious and ready to embark on a new chapter of your life. Getting into the world of work, or perhaps wanting to shift your career path. The cha...

May 27, 2019

When my daughter was a little over two months old, I went back to my full time job. I lived an hour and a half away from work, and the hours in publishing were long and grueling. 30 minutes in the morning, and a goodnight kiss to my sleeping baby was all the time I spe...

May 1, 2019

Now before you start throwing curses my way for writing this on Mothers Day, give me the benefit of the doubt. 

I will speak from my 30 years of being my momma's daughter and I say it with certainty that she doesn't always know best. And I dare go further and say that i...

April 4, 2019

Picture this: A guy is waiting in line to be interviewed for a position in a company he really wanted to work for. While waiting, he looks around and sees that there are many applicants vying for the job and a lot of them are more dressed up than he is. Slowly, he star...

March 1, 2019

1. Ask yourself: What is the worst thing that can possibly happen?

Thinking of the worst doesn't mean you are approaching from a negative stand point, it means that you are being proactive about defining what you are afraid of so you can focus next on what you can do to...

February 2, 2019

1. Smile / Greet people you encounter

Resist the urge to avert your gaze when you suddenly lock eyes with someone. Instead, give them a smile or a nod of greeting. Do this until it becomes a habit. You will find that by doing this small gesture, your ability to make & m...

December 1, 2018

Tis the season for gatherings and bountiful opportunities to network and look your best! If the idea of hob-nobbing this season gives you anxiety, here are some essential reminders to help you avoid committing a social faux pas that can leave a bad impression & dampen...

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