15 Things To Do By Yourself…

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Spending time alone is one of my absolute pleasures. I’m sure I’m not alone. You may also like to do that as well.  A few years ago I shared that I had some planning to do and decided on a whim to jump into my car and drive to the beach. A few hours later, I had mapped out plans for… Continue reading 15 Things To Do By Yourself…

To Read, To Read, To Build Your Writing Creed. 7 Books On Writing…

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? Photo by Craig Dennis on Pexels.com Every Secret of a Writer’s soul; every experience of his life; every quality of his mind, is written large in his works. ~Virginia Woolf Here are 7 books that will help to strengthen your writing craft: Elements of Style by William Strunk, Jr. Working People Talk About What They do All Day by… Continue reading To Read, To Read, To Build Your Writing Creed. 7 Books On Writing…

Books. Music And Culture Comes Alive With Vibes…

Book signings. New York. Jamaica. Jerk festival. Cultural events and more. A strong-behind-the-scenes supporter of the legendary reggae music matriarch, Miss Pat invited me to all since I too am an author of 9 books on Success and have been with her from the birth of the idea for her own book titled My Reggae Music Journey. In the end I accepted attending her book … Continue reading Books. Music And Culture Comes Alive With Vibes…

HBR’s What Happens When Your Career Becomes Your Identity?

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Is Your Career your identity? What happens when your career becomes your identity? This Happens to so many of us? Here are 3 of the Questions HBR’s contributor Janna Koretz suggest asking yourself. 1. How do you think about your job outside the office? 2. How do you describe yourself? How much of this description is tied to your job,… Continue reading HBR’s What Happens When Your Career Becomes Your Identity?

South Florida Writers Of Color Online Literary Magazine…

Stories, Poetry, Writings and Gleanings inspire prowess Dr. Shelly Cameron Mentors Matter: Memories of My Lifelong Mentor Dr. Ulysses Van Spiva By Ralph Hogges Looking back over my life brings forth memories of my struggles to achieve educational and career opportunities in the White Supremacy’s Deep South and the special person that God put in my life to protect, teach and guide me. His name … Continue reading South Florida Writers Of Color Online Literary Magazine…

Why Writers Write…10 Reasons

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I write because there’s something in me that needs to come out.  I am at peace when I write. Writers write for many different reasons. Some personal, experiential, or environmental. Christine Caldalzo created a pictogram of 10 reasons writers write. Here I share 10: 10 Reasons Writers Write They love to write To express their thoughts To communicate To share experiences… Continue reading Why Writers Write…10 Reasons

What Advice Would You Give To Your Younger Self? 17 Professionals Share…

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If you could give advice to your younger self, what would it be? Life changes. We evolve, make decisions, choose careers, relationships, and enlarge our own space to embrace and create our own circle of influence including nuclear families. Recently I came across the common question about life and pondering the changes you would have made if you had the… Continue reading What Advice Would You Give To Your Younger Self? 17 Professionals Share…

The 25 Challenges Of Writing…

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Writing is a joy. Being a first time publisher is exhilarating! But what’s difficult is some parts of the writing journey. In a Public forum authors were asked what was the hardest part of writing. Many eagerly chimed in with top issues such as marketing and editing. Here I share the top 25: The Hardest Part Of Writing Marketing Building… Continue reading The 25 Challenges Of Writing…

Busy Is Good…

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Busy is good. That’s my favorite response to entrepreneurs who express that they are busy. You see, we have all been there when there is nothing to do. No job. No contract. No financial inflow. What frequently follows is sadness, apathy, boredom, inability to meet financial obligations and the list goes on. For sure that ain’t good for our mental… Continue reading Busy Is Good…