March 19, 2018

Have you ever thought of what motivates you? Why do you shy away from acting? Consider the following as a catalyst for positive motivation.

Hope—The change agent; a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen.

Fear—A form of self-doubt; an unpleasant...

January 5, 2018

In 2008, I accepted a big job and a big move literally across the world. Before the move I was excited, indeed this was the position of my lifetime! The leadership team appeared to be supportive, after all they flew me across the globe for an in-person interview and th...

May 1, 2017


Have you ever just felt sad? Somehow, you just feel sad.  There are thousands of self-help books and seminars that will miraculously make you happy. So, you purchase these books and they sit on a shelf or go partially read.  Indeed, you sign up for the seminar and t...

March 31, 2017

I am  dedicated to “giving back” to my community thru career coaching. I have observed there are an increasing number of students who depart high school without an idea of their career of choice. Oftentimes, these students face frustration and difficulties in college.


March 29, 2017

I often find myself lamenting about the things that should be. You know the images of things that “in a perfect world” I would have. Whenever I find myself on the spiraling downward trip I end up feeling frustrated and angry. My revelation is that I am frustrated and a...

March 1, 2017

The Theme for Black History Month February 2017, “Do We Have a Crisis in Black Education.” This caught my attention as we struggle to find the future African American leaders. I offer, “We Must Redeem the Dream.” What dream you may ask…the dream of Black American succe...

December 7, 2016

They lyrics of Stevie Wonder’s song, “Someday at Christmas there will be no war…” ring loud I my ear.  As I think about the upcoming political event in January, I wonder about the hope of peace and not the hope of war and hate.

During my lifetime I have always looked wi...

October 23, 2016

One day a man was speaking to a group of people. He took out a twenty-dollar bill and he asked the audience, “Would anyone like this twenty dollar bill?” Many hands went up.

He crumpled the twenty-dollar bill and again, he asked, “Would anyone like this twenty dollar bi...

September 26, 2016

One of the most challenging issues for families who are divorcing is dealing with a long-distance move. Co-parenting for “long distance” parents can be taxing for even the most cooperative parents. What happens when one parent remarries, gets a new job, or has to move...

September 26, 2016

I was struggling with a simple act of kindness.  What could I do that would make a difference?  Not a “look at me I am great” act. I wanted to simply be kind, hence the Red Bird Feeder. 

I daily empty the bird seeds from my bird cage into the trash…what a wast...

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