It’s easy to focus on problems, but dedicating your energy to finding solutions will yield positive results. We waste too mu ch time focusing on things we can not change.
“It used to be said that God could create anything except an illogical world but the truth is that we could not say of an illogical world what it would look like.” (Tractatus 3.031
GFT Radio Network presents “Why is Gun Violence On The Rise?” TONIGHT @10PM EST on Twitch, YouTube & Facebook Live#JoinTheConversation LIVE as we discuss gun violence, why we think it’s on the rise, how it’s affecting communities across the country, and what can we do as the pandemic ends, to Stop The Violence! YouContinue reading “Gun Violence In America(G.F.T. RADIO)”
GFT Radio Network presents “Finding A Way: Our Podcast Journey” MONDAY at 10PM EST on Twitch, YouTube & Facebook Live#JoinTheConversation LIVE as we discuss our Podcast Journey, from blogging, to audio broadcasts to Live streaming! We discuss the ups and downs, the memories and all the fun! You don’t want to miss it! AllContinue reading “G.F.T. RADIO SHOW:OUR JOURNEY”
GFT Radio presents “Let’s Talk About Adoption” 🚨 TONIGHT at 10PM EST on Twitch, YouTube & Facebook Live🚨 #JoinTheConversation LIVE as we discuss Adoption and Foster Care, the challenges within the system, and is there a shortage of Black Families to adopt Black children! Don’t miss this one! All links in IG bio! We’re onContinue reading “G.F.T. MONDAYS”
Being motion doesn’t mean you are going somewhere. Some of us confuse activity with productivity. You are in action, but what are you accomplishing? Make sure you are not wasting time on distractions. Our time is our most precious commodity. Use it wisely.
Great communication is an integral part of all relationships. In today’s society, I notice most people miss the non-verbal communication cues. Mainly because we do so much of our communication through texts and emails. I learned at a young age that reading body language was very important. A person’s body language will reveal more thanContinue reading “Non-Verbal Communication”