Leading with Love

Leading, teaching and expressing yourself is contingent upon one thing; intimacy. Before you can lead, you must know how to teach. Before you can teach you must know how to express yourself. All these actions require developing a solid relationship with your audience.   Once a relationship is established; leading becomes a community affair instead of... Continue Reading →

Life Lessons from Teen Pageants

The Miss Universe Organization crowned Miss Missouri Teen USA, Sophia Dominguez-Heithoff as Miss Teen USA 2017, today. Yes, I know.  Normally, I don't pay attention to pageants either. I don't watch or root for the hometown representative - nothing.    When I became an adult, I turned up my nose at all pageants.  I was... Continue Reading →

Trigger Warning | Unlocking Spiritual Closets

“Niagara Falls” is a popular vaudeville comedy skit where performers exploit repressed memories and its triggers.In the skit, "Niagara Falls" two comedians meeting for the first time engage in polite conversation. This continues until one uses “Niagara Falls” in the conversation.“Niagara Falls” seems to be the trigger that takes the comedian back to an unpleasant... Continue Reading →

Your Friendship Style Can Harm Your Business and Career.

All commercial transactions are based on relationships.   All selling is social - whether you work a 9 to 5, are looking for a job, or are an entrepreneur; your friendship style can assist you achieving your professional goal or push it further away.  Therefore, it's important to know "friend" style. 

Remembering those who served in the military and have now departed. Thank You for your sacrifice. #MemorialDay2017

Smart People Show their Work

Just like a diamond sparkles when light hits it, showing its superior cut and clarity– smart people have evidence of their brilliance. Think back to elementary school when a teacher assigned a math problem, you supplied the answer and the teacher marked it wrong. Or maybe your teacher wasn't so harsh and instead gave you... Continue Reading →

Hidden Figures (2017) : Feature Film of the African-American Women Mathematicians at NASA

"Hidden Figures" is the story of a team of African-American women mathematicians (human computers) who were the brains behind the space race and astronaut John Glenn's 1962 orbit. Based on the book "Hidden Figures" by Margot Lee Shetterly Check out Shetterly talk at NASA Langley's YouTube channel Source :  Hidden Figures: The Story of the African-American Women Who... Continue Reading →

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