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The REAL Reason for the Season

Christmas is deeply rooted in the story of JESUS Christ, which is the main reason for the season but it is overshadowed by other festivities, Santa and holiday shopping.  Do not get lost in the consumerism and unnecessary spending.  It is more valuable to spend time with family and friends rather than RECEIVING or GIVING gifts. The most […]

5 Attributes of a Leader-Part 1

  1. COURAGEOUS When you look at famous leaders, who championed civil rights, freedom and justice, they all had one thing in common-COURAGE.  This is a very important attribute for leaders because one needs the gumption to stand of for his or her beliefs, face their fears and fight for a worthy cause. Being courageous […]


1. Identify Your JOY Factor Your JOY factor is the things in life that bring you the most happiness.  People who are successful in business created something from what they enjoy doing.  Facebook’s CEO, Mark_Zuckerberg is a great example! Success is deeply rooted in your talents, skills and hobbies. It can also come from learning […]


It’s difficult to stay motivated especially when it seems like you aren’t achieving any of your goals. Here’s a list of tools you can use to stay motivated. What you do everyday matters more than what you do once in a while.-Gretchen Rubin. Perfection requires PRACTICE: A body builder does not go to the gym one […]


Let’s consider the list below: Someone who cares for humanity, Someone willing to sacrifice personal needs and desires for an important causes like child hunger, poverty,  bullying, police brutality, or domestic violence, Advocates against racism, oppression and sexism, People who give more than they take from others, Those who pursue social justice, freedom, peace, equal […]


Model behaviours of those who you believe are HEROS and SHEROS…Even if you do not think you have the strength or courage to: LIBERATE people like Fredrick Douglass, speak WORDS OF WISDOM like Mya Angelo, LEAD an oppressed people like Dr. Martin Luther King  Jr., COMMIT to the civil rights like Correta Scott-King, SERVE the […]

Engineering: A Female Born Role

Engineering is no longer just a man’s world. In our enlightened and innovative society, there are now a lot more young women entering undergraduate and graduate programs in engineering and applied science, as well as becoming professional engineers. However, the numbers are still dismal. An alarming statistic states that “only 5.5% of engineering professionals are […]

It is Cool to be a Role Model and Mentor

Character is doing the right thing when nobody is looking. J.C.Watts. Historically, children were viewed as miniature adults: beings that were fed culture, history academics and sciences. They were born and bred to be mothers and fathers and expected to have families of their own.  Today, we live in a generation where society identifies children […]

Step your Game up in your Job Search

Hello My Fellow Job Seekers! I am pleased to let you know that you’re not alone in this jungle of joblessness and that your search is not in vain. For every resume you sent out and for every cover letter you painstakingly had to tailor for each and every single job; you are one step […]