Powerful Black History Quotes

February marks the month when many of us make a concerted effort to learn more about Black History and remind ourselves of the impact that people of African descent have had on the world. A huge part of this impact has been the words these icons have written and spoken. Here are 28 of some Read More

An Attitude of Gratitude

  While getting my haircut last week, I jokingly complained to my barber about how my hairline has slowly receded over the past 10 years. He chuckled a bit and then remarked, “Over the years I’ve lost good customers simply because there’s just no hair to cut. Be grateful you have hair.” I smiled, and Read More

5 Ways to Successfully Manage Your Media

  More data has been produced in the last two years than all of the data produced throughout our documented history. I know that’s hard to believe, but when you consider that we are all living during the Information Age, I suppose that it makes what I just shared a bit more digestible. Just think Read More

5 Life Lessons From Dr. Maya Angelou

  A few weeks ago, I shared a blog post titled, “5 Virtual Mentors That Changed My Life“. I had originally planned to add two more virtual mentors, but the post started getting long. If I had added the two additional mentors, Maya Angelou would have made the list along with Frederick Douglass. Thus, this week’s blog Read More

Dissecting Oprah’s Commencement Speech to Harvard – Radio Show

Have you had the opportunity to hear Oprah’s Commencement Speech at Harvard? If not, this is your chance to check out the highlights and hear the phenomenal conversation I had with listeners who offered their perspectives during the show. If you did listen to Oprah’s speech, in which context did you listen? Did you consider Read More

Capable and average, is capable of more than average!

  All too often I’m baffled at how we place people who are categorized as successful, in an untouchable category.  It is as if the stories of their achievements closely mirror the heroics of Greek Mythology, and our own lives mirror that of a Greek tragedy. We tend to forget that the people we look Read More