Coaching on Interpersonal Development

Wednesday Wedge: boost your confidence by mastering your interpersonal skills. What are interpersonal skills, you may ask? Interpersonal skills are the set of skills we use to interact and communicate with others. Here’s some of the things that I can work with you on. Interpersonal Coaching & Development:This is the practice of Mastering Interpersonal Skills … Continue reading Coaching on Interpersonal Development

In Your Darkest Season

During your darkest season… it can seem as though everyone is living a happy story of success, blessings and peace. Meanwhile you’re in the pits of regrets, sadness, anger, confusion, guilt, fear, and misbelief. You find yourself asking God one too many questions and it feels as thought He’s shut His ears to your cry … Continue reading In Your Darkest Season

Train Your Mind

The mind changes if you’re willing to train it. I used to always beat myself up for what others did to me, feeling guilty and extreme offense towards my persona keeps me in a unhealthy mental prison simultaneously.I would victimize myself by the wrongful choices of others toward me as if their choices were my … Continue reading Train Your Mind

Breaking-Free Friday

Self-Relationship Breaking-Free Friday! It is said and read that a big part of individuals in this world don’t love themselves enough and another part doesn’t feel loved by those who they do life with on a day-to-day basis.This is a causation for a lot of discomfort, emotional and spiritual emptiness, that more often than not … Continue reading Breaking-Free Friday

Your Thoughts Can Lie to You!

What we believe is usually connected with an idea of the truth but is not always the truth. Our thoughts or beliefs are not always the reality simply because they’re connected to our ideas, as valid as they may be. However, I’d like to make something clear from the start of this. This does not … Continue reading Your Thoughts Can Lie to You!

Regulating Our Nervous System

Listen to their stories-live out their success-learn from their struggles is what I say to myself when I talk to my clients or anyone else who shares something hard to swallow. I believe each one of us have what it takes within us to live to Gods Full Given Potential. Unfortunately, though, there are millions … Continue reading Regulating Our Nervous System

What’s on your feed?Curate your social network: manage what you see and would like to feed from!You don’t have to follow who other people follow simply because that’s the latest fad, or what everyone is talking about.Think about what topics, activities and fields you wish you knew more about. Personalities you’d like to know.Is what you’re seeing right now reflecting any of these categories? If the answer is 100%absolutely-YAHSSS, then by all means you own your social media page.If the answer is no…not 100% then it’s time to get to work.Ask yourself the following questions:Do they speak about who you are, bring you peace and clarity?Or do they make you feel unease, question your next steps, and even doubt yourself worth, values, and draw you further away from what you’ve always dreamed of?Find and follow any people, service, or accounts that will enrich your day, your thinking, your work, your perspective, your values, won’t hurt your morals or negatively hinder your perspective of life.So, before you follow a person, or service, check for value as you determine it. Consider not following accounts that will show up in your timeline unless what they share is justifiably interesting to you, or following them is justifiable and worth feeding from.——As we’re getting closer to close a year, I thought I share some tips to clean our feeds.I pray this Tuesday thought is helpful. Grateful for you 🤍