Today, watching the news and seeing what happens in the world can cause sadness. People are no longer friendly towards one another. We no longer make the time to spread joy to friends and strangers. It doesn't take much to smile when walking past a stranger down the street. Or to call a friend just to say "hi" and see how they are doing. Small gestures can a long way to change the world.
April Cook April Cook, a young entrepreneur and licensed senior cosmetologist, realized her purpose at a young age. She began to practice perfecting her gift and craft, in 2005, while working under her former stylist at Zena’s Day Spa and Salon in Baltimore, MD. Styling hair was always exciting, fun, fulfilling, and rewarding. That’s when April realized that she wanted to own her own salon. She knew it was important to learn business to successfully manage her own, so she obt
Happy Thanksgiving! I am sure as you're reading this, you are preparing for what Thanksgiving means. Its the start of the Holiday Season. Some people thoroughly enjoy being surrounded by the joys of family, food, and football, while the holidays bring feelings of anxiety and nervousness to others. The Holidays, Thanksgiving especially should be a time to reflect on all that you have to be thankful and grateful for. If you are able to read this Wisdom Wednesday Post it is beca
There are days, weeks even, when we are running on E. You know what I'm talking about. The days when you are ready for the weekend because of the rest that you are welcoming, but somehow never get. Your body is quickly running out of gas because you never got the chance to refill. Once you get to this point, you start to wonder if you should perhaps stop moving. You think to yourself "clearly I'm doing too much. I need to let something go." You make the decision to "quit." Wh
I know I've been on the topic of friends a lot lately, whether its the friend who's only there for your future successes, or the friend who's there to break you down. You must understand why. You are solely responsible for the people around you, in your life or in your personal circle. You are responsible for the clean up their drama can cause. I cannot stress enough the importance of knowing who is and who isn't your friend. This goes beyond seeking and reaching success. Thi
"While we are on the topic of the success, be mindful of the people you share your plans with. Not everyone on your team is truly rooting for you. Some are secretly plotting roadblocks to your success or secretly wishing you don't succeed. Be aware of the friend who doesn't rejoice at your accomplishments. Other friends can smell the success brewing within you and act as leeches. They don't want to miss out on your come up. They attach themselves to you when the going is good