Moments of motivation with Emmanuel Aginam

You see that nagging feeling you have about the fact that they don’t respect you, Or your boundaries, Or your choices, Or your own desires (the one you reaaaaaally want but they keep ignoring), Or your voice- the fact that it matters but it doesn’t seem so. That feeling is actually a pointer… That it…

#unmuted – Recreating the Speaker Stage with Altovise Pelzer

The #1 complaint I hear from speakers right now is that they don’t have a stage. Many conferences have been postponed, canceled or converted to a virtual event. This has definitely become a time for a pivot in the speaking industry but did it just start now? For years I’ve talked about Telesummits, podcast interviews,…

Africa: The conversation and the movement

“Poetry is one of the biggest weapons we can use to change the narrative about Africa” ~ Simon Javan Okelo While May 25th is the official Africa Day, I found that with all the rich information shared that day…a day was just not enough. Valuable conversations throughout the 24 hour marathon on Clubhouse shed light…

3 business lessons from a homecoming dance

Would you like to dance? As a mom, I accept the fact that my children believe I know absolutely nothing. It’s one of those truths that hit you like a mortal combat finisher move. It hurts but there is time to come back from it if you hit the right buttons. ☺️ My daughters went…

Kierra Alderman Speaks out About Women Being Locked out of Leadership

“You hit like a girl!” “You run like a girl!”   Statements like these rang out through playgrounds and schools throughout the world. There was inferiority that was attached to being a girl or a woman. That cloud would follow women into the boardroom, the classroom and even into the church. We are seeing small…