Last month was fairly uneventful, outside of the fact that my son started walking and I had some spectacular guests on my radio show.One of these guests was Rita Coburn, the director, and producer of the recently released documentary, “Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise”. During our time together on the Inspirational Perspective Radio Show, Read More
4 Things You Should Know About Yourself, Before Even Thinking About Marriage
A couple of week’s ago, I had the honor of speaking at a relationship workshop for single women called “Relationships Unplugged!”, created and hosted by Terry D, a well-known relationship coach in Chicago. The purpose of this workshop was to address the taboo subjects and scenarios that single women face when dating. To conclude the Read More
Right vs. Wise – Which Is Winning The Fight In Your Life?
What’s your relationship to being right? Love it, right? Am I right, or am I right? (Pun intended) There’s something magically, wonderful about raising your hand and having the right answer! …or giving the right directions! …or wearing the right clothes! Being right is righteous! So…can right ever be wrong? Maybe… Most of us can Read More
Is your PAST informing your FUTURE?
Recently, I had an epiphany. Most of my dreams and aspirations have been produced with an invisible limit cap. For years, I’ve allowed my experiences, and the experiences of those around me, to inform my possibilities. By doing this, I’ve limited the extent to which I would dream. After all, our dreams should be realistic, right? Why Read More
Does familiarity breed contempt?
We’ve all heard the saying ‘familiarity breeds contempt’. Old clichés like this don’t exist for no reason. They exist and persist because somehow their truths play out generation after generation. This particular saying’s origin is linked back to one of Aesop’s fables, “The Fox and the Lion”. Here is the fable: “When first the Fox Read More
All of us know or have known someone within our professional lives that is or has been in a pigeonhole (to be stagnate, with little opportunity or growth in your current career for a long period of time). They’re OKAY…sometimes even great at what they do, but lack the attitude, skill, will and/or emotional intelligence Read More