Category: leadership

Pearls of Wisdom with Carolyn Gray

Carolyn Gray and I were destined to be friends. She wore pearls and a feather boa and talked of business and etiquette, while I sported wild curly hair with a 4-year-old in tow speaking on communication and marketing.

What I Learned from a Rabbi and How it Helped me Become a Better Parent and Live an Intentional Life

I once read a book by a Rabbi, I forget the name of the book, but in it, he asked a powerful question,”What kind of person do you want to be?” He used this simple question to help his children navigate life and their…

The Unmuted Life: Gerald Hodges

“I felt like if I couldn’t handle not being good at something, then how could I consider myself a successful person” — Gerald Hodges For an inspiring story of success, determination and leadership, look no further than high school student, Gerald Hodges. He is…

Book Review: “The Only Pirate at the Party” by Lindsey Sterling

This article contains affiliate links. The book in review: The Only Pirate at the Party by Lindsey Sterling and Brooke S. Passey Confession time: the primary reason I selected this book to read was because of the title. Really, how could I pass up…

Cultivating The Mind Garden Real Talk Event

Real Talk Taco Tuesday Tuesday, April 24, 2018 6-9 pm Margarita and Peppers Conroe, Texas Click the link for information and to RSVP. http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Are-you-a-dream-chaser-and-change-maker-.html?soid=1124729688899&aid=GC7c0qt6pQg

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