While I don’t believe in the words “always” or “never” in the year 2017, I do believe that LaRae Quy makes some great points in this article. And, fellas, there is a ton we can take from this piece as well. All around good reading but, ladies, this one’s for you.
This morning, I was washing dishes and realized something that I hope changes the course of my life. I was trying to decide on whether or not to go to the gym when I get home from work (I slept in this morning and missed my exercise time) and that is when lightning struck me: … Continue reading The Myth of the Option
Let's talk about the side of America and the American workplace that no one wants to: the misogynistic side. Just as America was built on the brains and backs of black people, it was birthed from the wombs, works, and wisdom of women. Why do we treat those we owe so much to so poorly? Will that forever be an inherent human flaw?
Your pride is important. But know when you need to put it to the side and when you need to say "This is something I won't budge on." You cannot not budge on everything and everything cannot go your way. That is juvenile.
"There's beauty in the struggle." -- J. Cole The other day, I posted about loving a product more than the process it takes to reach said product. Processes are painful. Sometimes they require molding. Sometimes they require pruning. But they always require change. And change that is true and measurable is going to cause pain. … Continue reading Getting the Discipline
Can you change the culture? Certainly. Should the culture be changed? Possibly, but at what cost?
Every day, there is an opportunity to improve. When you stop seeing things that way, you're done growing.