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Leadership: What It Is Not

Leadership: What It Is Not

I recently read an article on leadership written by Kevin Kruse, CEO of LEADx and author of Great Leaders Have No Rules. He defined leadership as a process of social influence, which maximizes the efforts of others toward the achievement of a goal. He pointed out critical aspects of authentic leadership that I couldn’t have agreed with more.

The Whispers of Racism

The Whispers of Racism

Today in America, we are facing horribly disturbing events that have broken the hearts of many families. Things that have been swept under the rug in our nation for centuries are being forced into the limelight. It is my opinion that this is a good thing. The more you...

Shifts

Shifts

Gratitude. It is quite the buzzword these days. I speak on gratitude—a lot. It is one of my foundational practices. It is as essential to me as breath awareness. Why? Much of our human existence is based on obtaining external “happiness,” such as getting the next...

Pre-Teen Muddlin’

Pre-Teen Muddlin’

I’ve had moments as a mother when I figure out that one of my children is older than I’m giving them credit for. You know, when you’ve been pouring the juice for so many years, you forget that eventually, they can and should pour it for themselves. These shifts happen...

Hope For the Future in a Year of Uncertainty

Hope For the Future in a Year of Uncertainty

March of 2020 became the year of uncertainty for most of us, as the Second Quarter of the year brought us chaos, confusion, and sadly loss. We all experienced a heightened level of insecurity, uncertainty, and anxiety. Coupled with racial and gender inequality, we...

A Woman’s Words

A Woman’s Words

A woman's words, vocal expressions, written articulation, and utterances carry weight and the ability to build up or tear down. Her words, your words, my words, our words, there's power in a woman's words. There is the power to impair, destroy, discourage, and shame;...

Feminist I Am Not

Feminist I Am Not

Author: Talethia Edwards First Wave, second wave, third wave or new wave, white or black feminist I am not... You ask why? I say why not? I never learned how my femininity or womanhood could work for me in any place except the bedroom. Told from a child “You should...

Women’s WORDS

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