Everything isn’t for everybody. We all have fell victim to over-sharing. We tell people things in hope of understanding but most times all we get is judgement. What I have realized is that most people will never understand me. They can only understand you from their limted perspective. People also tend to put their insecuritiesContinue reading “Stop Sharing”
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If you chase two rabbits, both will escape. —Unknown
Rest easy to one if the greatest college basketball coaches of all-time.
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”
The first rule of holes: When you’re in one, stop digging. —Molly Ivins, ColumnistSome may tell you to never quit, but in certain situations you have to quit. You have to realize when enough is enough. There are instances when you keep going and it makes the situation worse. Know your limits.
According to AP reports Former Major League Home Run King Hank Aaron has passed away today. Just two weeks ago Mr. Aaron made headlines promoting African-Americans to take the new Covid-19 vaccine. Condolences to his family.
Moving forward in the right direction has always been a major focus of mines. The issue I always had with moving forward in the right direction was that most times I used negative energy to push forward. I used failure or people doubting me as motivation. At this stage in my life I choose toContinue reading “Positive Progression”