Leadership: Nutritionist Relationships

The art of delegation does not mean as leaders we give co-workers tedious tasks that we do not want to do. Also, it does not mean we give others assignment and control the outcomes. Yes, delegating to others creatively gives us time to work on other projects. A better way of viewing delegation is as permitting leaders to create nutritionist … Read More

Leadership: People Skils

Leading others requires people skills. We need to understand and appreciate that our leadership abilities cause us into the people business. How we interact with others will determine their freedom of choices to follow or not follow our leaderships. WE must be transformative leaders. We allow Christ to continuously mode our characters, personalities, and attitudes. We will continue to walk … Read More

Time Management

As the year and day begins, we are excited about our upcoming adventures, workload, educational courses, and personal accomplishments. As we entered into our weekly activities, nothing goes as schedule and we have missed personal and professional opportunities. Our daily strategic agendas are beginning to become stressful and burdensome. How can we override feelings of anxiety and failure? Flexibility. By … Read More

Delegate

We often hear ourselves or others say I do not have enough time to complete my tasks. If we focus on what we can accomplish, we will never complete every item on our to-do-list. Timothy Ferris stated that “It’s amazing how someone’s IQ seems to double as soon as you give them responsibility and indicate you trust them”. When we … Read More

Protective Circle

Our lifestyles will depend on our selective circle of friends, personal opinions of ourselves, and belief systems. This can be considered our “Protective Circle”. Our “Protective Circle” should provide moral support, constructive criticism, and the freedom to be who we are in Christ. Protective Circle Check List: Friendships-Do our friends love and respect our uniqueness? Are they our cheerleaders during … Read More

What I Am Not

We get tangle up within society’s web of social identity, when we continuously try to dress to impress others, engage in charismatic conversations, and influence others through our entertaining spending habits. This charade can only last for so long. This is not who we really are. Instead of operating from the What I Am Not to get public recognition, let … Read More

A Child Is Born

A child is born. This expression brings joy and a sense of accomplishment to the parent(s). Family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers offers the parent (s) words of encouragement and blessings. Upon taking the child home, the responsibilities, child-caring and raising begins with the parent (s)’ verbal agreement to train, raise, and love the child. The parent (s)’ commitment to raise … Read More

The Christmas Celebration

“Yahoo! Celebration Yahoo! This is your celebration. Celebrate good times, come on! (Let’s celebrate) Celebrate good times, come on! (Let’s celebrate) There’s a party goin’ on right here. A celebration to last throughout the years. So bring your good times and your laughter too. We gonna celebrate your party with you. Come on now, celebration. Let’s all celebrate and have … Read More

Fun Fitness

We all enjoy activities, people, events that revolve within an atmosphere of pleasure, excitement, motivating and fun. Yet, we tend to center our physical fitness activities around, Facebook, twitter, iPhone and email, which tends to limit our physical movements. Instead of engaging in isolating movements, let us encourage and motivate our families, friends, neighbors, and associates to develop or maintain … Read More

After Christmas

The presents have all been unwrapped. Christmas caroling has ceased. Christmas decorations on the trees and throughout our communities will be taken down. We have enjoyed time with family and celebrating Jesus’ birthday. Has the Christmas’ celebration ceased? Of course not, within our hearts and the guidance of the Holy Spirit we feel and continue to hold on to the … Read More