If you're recently separated, divorced, or even had a recent break-up, understand being alone doesn't have to be a bad thing. It's been since October 2018 for me (currently writing this article July 2019) and it was extremely difficult to be alone at first. The Beginning and the Transition Sleeping alone was nearly impossible for… Continue reading Being Alone Doesn’t Mean Lonely: Learn to Love It
Let's say your husband has left you. Or, your boyfriend. Or, fiance. Whatever he was to you, he left you and your child/children right as you were on your ladder to success. It doesn't matter where on the ladder of success; it could be at the bottom or it could be at the top. Regardless… Continue reading Successful Single Mom: You Can Do It
Walt Disney is my all-time favorite 'famous' leader. If you were to walk around my office, you would see his autographs, photographs of him with his prototypes, and several of his inspiring quotes. Although I am a huge fan of all the Disney classics (The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Cinderella,… Continue reading Walt Disney is Ridiculously Inspirational… A Leader Never Quits!
Today, I am completely turning to a new topic. Well, not completely. This article does pertain significantly to one of the topics I highlight on this blog: leadership. Leadership, taking risks, loving someone else more than your love yourself, being a parent, struggles, getting through the struggles, and always having faith in what is meant… Continue reading A Mother’s Journey to a Miracle at Cleveland Clinic
Hey, guys! As many of my readers know, I have been going through some challenging times lately. In many fields, people encourage you not to mix your personal life with your professional life. In my field, I have discovered through speaking with many CEO's, business professionals, and other leaders, discussing the obstacles you have faced,… Continue reading Looking Straight into the Face of Adversity