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It’s Better to Light a Candle than to Curse the Darkness 
May 26, 2022
Life teaches us many lessons.  Some of these lessons are universal and affect you regardless of your age, sex, religion, place of birth or financial status.   ... read more »
Women Can Change and Strengthen Our Communities With Their Vote!
May 20, 2022
In America, Black women represent 7.8% of the population, yet Black women are less than 5% of officeholders elected to statewide executive offices, Congress, and state legislatures.   ... read more »
Salute to Our Unsung He/Sheroes- Nurses  
May 12, 2022
 Society today is quick to call someone a hero because they have special achievements and abilities. Their achievements may have been in a war and their abilities may have been to play a sport and we read about them in a book or saw them on television.   ... read more »
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Why is Finding One’s Purpose Such a Struggle? 
April 28, 2022
For as long as I can remember I have been sharing the importance of learning your meaning, so you can develop your message, which will allow you to carry out your mission. One’s mission and purpose are synonymous.   ... read more »
Here Comes the Judge 
April 21, 2022
Although there are still disparities and injustices in our society, we have recently experienced some significant milestones, especially when it comes to African American women in leadership positions within the federal government.    ... read more »
What Do You Need to Resurrect? 
April 14, 2022
The significance of Easter is Jesus Christ's triumph over death. His resurrection means the eternal life that is granted to all who believe in Him is real.   ... read more »
This is a Season for Healing and I’m Here For It 
April 7, 2022
When thinking of the word “season,” it usually refers to a period of time such as the changing of seasons in a given calendar year.  Another interpretation refers to how the right or proper seasoning can make something taste good.   ... read more »
When the Mentor Becomes the Mentee 
March 24, 2022
When you are blessed to have good people in your life, it can be difficult to decide who you want to write about or pay tribute to during National Women’s History Month.  However, there are always stars in the universe that shine so bright that there is no way you can miss their brilliance.    ... read more »
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Mother Dear 
March 10, 2022
My heart is full of joy and overflowing with gratitude every time I think about my maternal grandmother, Rebecca Ruth Reed Harris. For as long as I can remember, everyone she loved and that loved her, called her, “Mother Dear.”   ... read more »
The Right Business Plan for Relationships 
February 9, 2022
Recently, I was sitting with a few of my girlfriends and the topic came up, why do some smart and successful women have a hard time finding love? Why do they make good decisions in the boardroom and bad choices for the bedroom?   ... read more »
Would Dr. King Still Have The Same Dream?
January 13, 2022
History has provided us with many heroes and sheroes that have fought hard to change the trajectory of how humanity is treated.  Recently we lost Nobel Peace Prize recipient, Archbishop Desmond Tutu.  ... read more »
Be the Best You in 2022
January 6, 2022
Ending a year causes us to think about all the things that we did not accomplish or complete.  I recently was having a heart-to-heart conversation with a dear friend, and she said that she hoped to be more like me and complete things that she would start.  ... read more »
Don’t Quit!
December 30, 2021
I believe we all have experienced hearing or using “four-letter words”. These are words that if our parents or grandparents heard us say we would get our mouths washed out with soap. Four-letter words refer to a set of English-language words which are considered profane. ... read more »
Strength, Courage, and Transformation
December 23, 2021
I once read that we will be the same person in five years as we are today except for the people we meet and the books we read. Interesting enough about five years ago I met a young man named Jesse, I met him through his girlfriend (soon to become his wife) Marqueta, someone who had worked with me and my family for many years.  ... read more »
Do You Create, Critique, or Criticize?
December 16, 2021
I was in the event business for many years, and I was fortunate to have been part of wonderful events. One of the ways I was able to grow my business was by asking and accepting feedback.  ... read more »
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