Mile 31: The right way to engage your leadership

Within the walls of our colleges and universities is a great diverse crowd. In the classroom, psych majors mix with business majors; different ethnic people walk the same halls; in the training room athletes talk with other athletes; in the cafeteria freshmen mingle with seniors. Tomorrow's leaders. All of them have ideas of being "something" … Continue reading Mile 31: The right way to engage your leadership

Mile 31: One reason why you will never lose your dream

The heartbeat of excellence is conviction. The breath between each beat are the dreams of your desires. Have you ever said to yourself when not performing to where you feel you really are, "I know I am better than what I am doing now!" "I am more talented than what my coach/teacher/boss or anyone knows...if … Continue reading Mile 31: One reason why you will never lose your dream

Mile 31: How faith reveals your purpose and place

Faith is the substance of what's hoped for, the evidence of what's not seen. What can you have now that you still can hope for? Or what do you have in evidence but still cannot see? The answer to the riddle is...yourself. Some people believe that Christianity calls everyone to be the same but a … Continue reading Mile 31: How faith reveals your purpose and place

Mile 30: Inspiration and refocusing check-up just for you

I was born in the United States Virgin Islands and am a first generation Caribbean-American. The only reason I bring it up in this blog post on leadership today is because this month is National Caribbean-American Month. Models, Artists, Musicians, Political figures, Activists, Athletes, Educators, Religious leaders, Historians, Comedians, Chefs. We have well known Caribbean-Americans … Continue reading Mile 30: Inspiration and refocusing check-up just for you