Authors Share 13 Ways To Rid Writer’s Block…

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Overcoming writer’s block isn’t always easy, but it helps to keep a pen and paper at the ready for when inspiration strikes. Unknown Many complain of experiencing writer’s block. It refers that time when writers attempt to write and nothing comes. Some complain that it last days, weeks, months. Others say it may even last years. The question came up… Continue reading Authors Share 13 Ways To Rid Writer’s Block…

Break The Routine. Take A Sabbatical…

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Tough Nickel Only it seems to me that once in your life before you die you ought to see a country where they don’t talk in English and don’t even want to. ~Thornton Wilder I ordered a coffee and a little something to eat and savored the warmth and dryness. Somewhere in the background Nat King Cole sang a perky… Continue reading Break The Routine. Take A Sabbatical…

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…

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…

Where’s Your Dream Travel Destination?

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Paris, Santorini, Dubai tops the list! Where do you wish to travel in the next 1-3 years? Which destination tops your list? Do you dream of traveling to enjoy the culture of others near or far? Traveling to learn about other people in distant lands? Like Cavity, in the movie Eat. Pray. Love; Julia Roberts Imagination ran wild when she decided… Continue reading Where’s Your Dream Travel Destination?

Fatherhood On Father’s Day…

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSGThAR5Q8w How Do Dads Do Things Differently? CNN Headline news posed the question to fathers. Tune into my Conversation with Senior IT Expert Daveyton Blake who is a Father, Coach and Community young adult Mentor. Dads of all kinds will be intrigued by the intense truths explored in this interview. Listen in now and share with a dad this Father’s… Continue reading Fatherhood On Father’s Day…

Career Transition: Bezos Minimization Framework…

The first step towards getting somewhere is to decide that you are not going to stay where you are. J.P. Morgan The Regret Minimization Framework is a simple mental model to minimize the number of regrets in the long run. Jeff Bezos after a conversation with his boss asked himself what he would regret more when he was 80 years old: Trying to build something … Continue reading Career Transition: Bezos Minimization Framework…