I have always been fascinated with the Book of Ruth, so much so that I created a personal branding workshop based on Ruth’s journey. I’m currently using the information from the workshop to write a book titled The Woman Survives and Thrives. Of course, during this process I am learning even more about her and
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We’re approaching the middle of March, and I’ve been trying to figure out the best way to make selflessness more of a priority in my life. When I started praying about my word for the year and words of the month for 2017, I had no idea how the importance of each one would play
A new week is a new beginning. So, how do we plan for weekly success when we’re up to eyeballs in current, unplanned failures? Reevaluate “If your plate is full, you’re eating too much,” a friend from Europe told me. She used the plate example to make me remember a conversation about how Americans
Life is a journey inhibited by time. When babies come into the world they are called newborns. In a few weeks they become infants, then toddlers, and preschoolers and so one. After kindergarten, those little wide eyed kindergarteners become bright eyed elementary students. Everything is segmented and compartmentalized in ages and stages dictated by time.