“What you do speaks so loud that I cannot hear what you say.” Ralph Waldo Emerson Of all routines, one of the most serene would have to be the time I spend running. I run inside our village which is very quiet and has a lot of trees and wide roads. But yesterday, while I […]
If you’ve been following the presidential election or just have a social media account of any sort then you have probably heard that we now have a President Donald Trump on American history books. The reactions on my news feed have been mixed so far- some are agitated, others funny, while others hopeless.
How many of you can honestly say that you can put on compassionate hearts, kindness, humility, meekness, and patience with ease? I bet that most of us will honestly say that it’s never easy.
The other night the family went out for milkshakes and tea. Before heading to a coffeeshop, we passed by a close-by Seven-Eleven because I had promised Alexa gummy worms (Yep! I’m the parent that occasionally lets my daughter eat candy. Guilty as charged.)
About seven years ago, I set out to build my own business- a photography collective. I was convinced that it was God’s idea for me to build a business of my own, get rich, start a family and then do a lot of CSR projects. Well I was wrong. Today, I was reading out of […]
One of the biggest misunderstandings about being a leader is that you have to be perfect. Well, if that’s the case then I believe no man is qualified for leadership because everyone’s going to make a mistake at some point. There’s a story in 1 Chronicles Chapter 21 of a time when David failed so […]
Steve Harvey was not a name that a lot of people knew before today. In fact, I don’t think this many people have ever remembered the name of a pageant host ever. As famous as Harvey is right now, I’m not so sure if he or anyone else around thinks that’s a good thing. When […]
If you ask someone who wants to be a leader why they want position, there will always be those who will want leadership because of the perks that come along with it. The pay grade, the office, the power, the exposure.
Last weekend, the world received horrible news. The most romantic place on earth became the most feared one for a couple of hours. By now, we should all have heard how Paris was attacked by terrorists resulting to over a hundred forty casualties.
Habit is a stronger word than we often think. Even the smallest habits account for the biggest results, whether it be success or failure. Of course, since everyone wants to be successful (I don’t think I’ve ever met anyone who wants to be a failure), we must all shoot to have good and healthy habits, […]