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Strong Enough

You are strong enough for life.

Draw the Line

When you have boundaries, you have predetermined how others are allowed to treat you.

You Are the Boss

To write your own paychecks and to have the freedom to control your time are signs of success. We all like the sound of that, but what we don’t like is the sound of what it takes to be your own boss. We tend to have a twisted view of success. We see the athlete […]

I Am Everything Because of Love

We cannot ensure our safety at school, work, or church. Only love can protect us.

The Comparison Trap

Comparing yourself to others may lead to dissatisfaction and unhappiness.

The Urgency of Now

We are faced with many choices every day. The choices that matter most are the ones that help to make the world a better place and the ones that help to elevate our brothers and sisters. Do not be fooled. Our lives and our needs are intricately connected that what we do on a personal […]

3 Ways to Help Teachers Flourish in the Classroom

Year after year, we see teachers striking around the country – West Virginia, Oklahoma, Arizona, Kentucky, and now Los Angeles, where tens of thousands walked out of the classroom to protest their large class sizes, low salaries, and lack of supporting staff. Right here in Florida, there continues to be a teacher shortage impacting the […]

There Will Never Be a Right Time

Right about now your new year’s resolutions are starting to look less interesting. It’s been two weeks and life is settling in as normal and that burst of energy you felt for change at the end of 2018 is slowing down. One thing is for sure. Time is not slowing down. It stops for no […]

Braving Your World #1

You know how important people are in your cirle of influence. They can either make you or break you. How have you handled people that you can’t seem to get along with no matter what and who you can’t seem to get rid of?

Do You Have a Growth Plan for Your Children?

This morning, my son and I had a heart-to-heart talk about the future. As an eigth grader, he has a lot on his plate. He plays soccer for his middle school and the local competitive league. He made all-county, solo and ensemble program for playing trombone. He is a member of the National Junior Honor […]

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