Has your number of weekly/daily thought-provoking conversations decreased greatly since you left undergrad? That doesn’t have to be the case. Let’s work on recreating the think tank that once was college. Continue reading What Are You Talking About?
Put yourself in your opposition’s shoes. While it is important to see where others are coming from, ask if they’re looking at the situation objectively or from a perspective of pride in their ancestors. Continue reading How I’m Going to Close Out February
Getting there, wherever “there” may be, is nowhere near as easy as staying there. You have to remain committed, steadfast, and focused. You have to read, reflect, and take action. Surround yourself with people who are better at what you … Continue reading Make an Effort
On Saturday, I took a walk around the Denver Botanic Gardens and I snapped a certain photograph twice. On my camera, I changed the aperture, a function that determines how much light is let into the lens. The difference is … Continue reading How Much Light Are You Letting In?
If you wouldn’t take a discount from your boss on your pay for a week, why would you ask your entrepreneur friends to? Continue reading Your Discount Is No Good Here
Over the past few days, what have you done to get closer to where you want to be, either professionally, financially, spiritually, or physically? Continue reading Where is Your Time Going?
Women shouldn’t be made to feel objectified in (or out of) the workplace. Black people shouldn’t be made to feel like tokens in a room. Gay people shouldn’t be ostracized in the church. We should all be valued for the … Continue reading An End to Exclusivity