Posts in category "Encouragement"
In your lifetime you will be presented with objectives, tasks, goals, careers and relationships. With some of these you will always be successful. 10 out of 10 you will always hit your mark. You will be able to accomplish some things with little to no effort, even with your eyes closed. However, there are going... Read more »
So you did your best but you guess your best wasn’t good enough? Have you ever approached a situation where you gave it your all and still came up short? Did you believe that the cards were all stacked in your favor and there was no possible way you could fail and yet you did?... Read more »
Lately have you found yourself saying, “I aint a killa’ but don’t push me!” If you are like most you can find things daily that can push you over the edge. Unfortunately, due to older age or your position in the P.T.A. you have to weigh the consequences of pulling your hair back, slapping some... Read more »
While reading the Chicago Redeye last month I ran across a quote from a movie producer. He mentioned why he writes characters ‘off’ even when the audience is fond of them. He stated that in order to stay true to the integrity of the story it was necessary to rid of characters. This led me... Read more »
There was an article in the Chicago Sun-Times on October 5, 2012 entitled “CTA bus driver on disability chauffeured celebrities.” In my opinion the article wasn’t as important as an excerpt that I read. It said, “Ward admitted that he has been driving celebrities…it all began with a chance encounter with Tyler Perry in 1998... Read more »
When you love someone it is your duty and obligation to protect that person at all cost. While many assume that protection only means physically saving your loved one from the big bad wolf, the type of protection that most relationships lack require more mental strength than physical. Consider the following tips. 1. Protect my... Read more »
Roses are red, violets are blue. When you are in need who is there for you? Were you immediately able to name off your ‘go-to girl’; ‘your 5′; your squad; your posse? Or, were you struggling trying to figure out who would you call if stuff hit the fan. In a friendship it is important... Read more »
So you want to be successful huh? Well, if you don’t know by now it is going to take a lot more than just wanting to be successful. You are going to need the following. 1. Positive Attitude – It is important to have a positive attitude because there are going to be days when... Read more »
There are some goals that you created for yourself this year. While you are hopeful that you will meet and even exceed your goals realize that some of your goals might require more work in order to become a reality. Let this blog serve as encouragement for you to not give up–even when you get... Read more »
So, are you staring at the calendar wondering why all of those fantastic things you planned to happen in 2015 haven’t happened yet? After all, it’s almost 14 whole days into the New Year and NOTHING seems to be working out for you. To make matters worse you find out that some of the issues... Read more »
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