If you are anything like me, you are a seeker. A seeker is a person who is searching for something or tries to find or obtain something. I believe that “seeking” is at the core of every person but what separates those who are more successful is their ability to understand fully what they’re trying to obtain and creating a plan for getting there.
This course was created because I was seeking freedom in all areas of life. I wanted freedom in my work life, moments of freedom at home, I desired to feel liberated and I knew that freedom was it.
This course is a reflection of the eight steps I felt I’ve transitioned through and they are ones that you’ll experience in your life as well as you begin to seek greater experiences.
This online course is one that will allow you reflect on yourself, the path you’re on and the one you desire to enter into. This course will activate your faith and your help diminish your fears about your present and future.
So today I invite you to invest in this personal course and add it to your collection of development tools. Don’t forget to get social with me and share your feedback.
Here’s to your growth, transition, and recommitment to incredible you!
What steps can we take today to build our youth for the future? What jobs are we qualifying them for? What relationships are we helping them establish? What goals are we helping them reach? What gaps are we creating bridges for them to cross? There are many facets of youth’s life’s we have yet to reach. Take your gifting and connect with a young person today!
The Obama’s are resting comfortably on their pillows tonight soaking in every last detail of the White House and probably reflecting on a job well done. There are some tonight are at home crying about what tomorrow will bring as we induct a new president in these United States.
However I challenge you not to feel fear, regret, doubts, or anger. I challenge you to get ready. The blessed thing the Obama’s have done is set a BEAUTIFUL example of leadership, class, grace, work, relationship building, servant leadership, and public speaking. They have taught us how to gather people around issues that are important in our communities and neighborhoods and to do the work.
As with any great leader, they’ve created many more leaders. That’s us! We now have to say to ourselves it’s time to do the work. What’s still important to me? What’s still important in my community? What’s still important for advocacy, funding, and conversation?
We’ve been shown the way now it’s up to us to go the way! So tonight I go to bed with a smile on my face because regardless of what goes on in this world, I’m reminded of what I have that can never be taken away and that’s a passion for serving my community and the courage to do so.
Find your passion, find your voice, and let’s get out here and continue to carry the torch for our communities and those who are depending on us!
By now I’m sure you’ve seen the images floating around social media of Atlanta based 4th grade paraprofessional Patrice Brown. The images have struck a controversy in the field of Education of appropriate classroom attire and in social circles the public shaming of black curvaceous women.