Category Archives: Courage

Guest Blogger: Layla Bryson on Michelle Obama

An amazing leader who has made a huge impact is Michelle Obama. This powerful woman has done so many amazing things. People of all ages and colors look up to her. So many people look up to Michelle Obama because she was the first black first lady in the United States. Michelle Obama for many […]

Prepare and Keep It Moving

Just like any other year, December is a good time to prepare for the coming year. But, with the excitement and unexpected throughout 2020 it is definitely an opportunity for most people to regroup. More specifically, there are ways that we can all take stock and reflect on lessons learned. If there was one thing for […]

Leadership Tip: How To Stay In the Game

One of my favorite quotes is “life is not a spectator’s sport nor is it a dress rehearsal.” So, every leader must make time to stay involved and actively be a leader on and off the game of life. Sometimes leaders think that staying proactive means just showing up. Wrong! That is not the case. […]

Unprepared to Lead

Sheroes like Rosa Parks sat down and set the standard for authentic, servant leadership. She stood for justice and represents those who might have intentional charts their journey but rather evolve into their leading roles. Just thinking back…it was December 1, 1955. She was a seamstress and she rode the bus. Her role was already […]

Connecting With Others

Find the light in others and hold on. Don’t let go. Trust that it is there. For all we know, it may be your hope that helps another bear. Seek understanding in yourself so that you can share with others.   I remember when I was stuck, miserable and severely wounded emotionally. I could not […]

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