Faith, grit, persistence, perseverance, faith, science, belief, trust and probably a little dash of more faith. Sometimes I can misconstrue what faith actually is to me, but to keep me hopeful and believing, I like to think of a couple questions: Is it too big for God? Is this going to stop God from being … Continue reading Science + Faith
Last week I had the honor to be a panelist at the Creative Coast in Savannah, Georgia at She. Hustles. It's an empowering event bringing together business owners, entrepreneurs, artists, business-woman (and even a few men)....
Seeking success and happiness takes devotion, sacrifice and some mistakes along the way.... check out my story here.
I remember being younger and couldn’t wait to grow up with my grown up plans and for life to be like….. S I K E! Thanks, Life.
Through nature, God is able to teach us, speak to us, and provide for us.
Is it me, or has everyone just popped up with a boo lately? "I don’t remember seeing you last or last month. See, I need to get off social media." Conversations with self. The highlight reel is at again. The more we let God take us over, the more truly ourselves we become - because … Continue reading Build My Life
I’ve done myself the ultimate disservice—giving into doubt and fear based on what I was not seeing. I’ve wasted so much time this year just waiting, existing, being unfulfilled and everything in between. I’ve been in a state of meaninglessness because I couldn’t see. Where’d that get me—absolutely nowhere. Why did I feel this way? Because (seemingly) everyone around me was (seemingly and/or falsely) happy.
Growth doesn’t lie in comfort. Growth isn't painless. Growth is disruptive. Growth will eliminate the immature and your immaturity. Growth will manifest once you leave mediocrity. Complacency will not get you to purpose. Mediocracy can’t get you to an abundant life. Living on purpose, for a purpose will get you to purpose and that’s where your abundance lives.
Destiny will cost you. It will cost time, commitment, perseverance, will, sanity; it will cost YOU. There is nothing about destiny that is supposed to be easy, but there is a reason you won’t get there. It’s you. Your weapon is your will. The most difficult part of walking out purpose and fulfilling your destiny … Continue reading Manifest
Grab a drink. In 2012, there were probably less than ten people in my college that had job offers before graduation; I was one of them. I actually had two, and boy, did I make the wrong decision. Pride and the Come Up. Let’s throw it back to Spring 2010. Actually, let’s go back a … Continue reading Recognize the Trap