• Editorial

    We Brag Different

    Do you journal? If not, you should definitely start. You can use a variety of formats in case you’re not a fan of the traditional pen and paper. Creating a new file on your desktop can help if your hand cramps easily and you’d rather type or there are also journal apps galore to help you find a format that you like best. Now that we’ve eradicated all of the excuses, let’s talk. Lately, I have been amazed by the number of prayers that God has answered on my behalf and the ministries that I lead. What makes the new opportunities even sweeter is the time I get to read…

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    3 Tips to Conference Confidence

    It’s that time of year that we are being inundated with advertisements for conference and retreats and it can be overwhelming to decide which is right for you. I mean, if you name a subject-any subject-there’s an expo, a conference, or a retreat for it, but the question that we have to ask ourselves is will it add value. As someone who loves to attend conferences (and host them), I have to think carefully about where my time and finances are best spent, and I bet the same is true for you. We don’t have time or money to waste so I’ve answered a few questions for you to consider…

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    5 Steps to Burnout Freedom

    It’s Spring, and it just so happens to be that time of the year when we are beginning to feel the burnout of being so disciplined from January until now. Sound familiar? Unless you’ve got a goal that you are staring in the face that is giving you life every time you go to the gym, you probably need a little motivation. With the upcoming release of my newest book Two Dreams and a Goal: The Second Colorfully Candid Diary, I’ve been a little obsessed with the difference between the two. I think Napoleon Hill’s statement sums it up best, “A goal is a dream with a deadline.” If you…

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    Mentoring: The Time is Now

    2017 was the year many of us broke free, made momentum, and defined new trends of success within our families and our spheres of influence. When I look back from this new space I occupy this year, I realize that I’m grateful for the struggles I’ve endured because they’ve led me to appreciate my successes in ways that I never would have if I didn’t have obstacles to overcome. I’m sure you can say the same. Looking around at the women I call friends, I’m amazed at the accomplishments we’ve made. Some graduated as first generation college students. Some kicked addictions. Some stepped out on faith and opened new businesses,…