Recently, I went to a friend's house to celebrate Labor Day and just relax, listen to music and enjoy good food. I arrived with a friend of mine for comfort, since I didn't know anyone else there except for the host. The environment was mainly family of the host so me and my friend (both … Continue reading Do Some Men Actually Like Gold-Diggers?
Feb. 27, 2014 Olympic Medalist. Inspiration. Philanthropist. Native of East St.Louis, Illinois. Jackie Joyner Kersee Kersee has set platforms for young boys and girls to start their path in life. She shows us that persistence, education and determination can get you to the finish line if you want success and happiness! The amazing thing is she … Continue reading In Honor of Maya Angelou | The Greats of St. Louis
Recently I have been looking into world religion and other cultures outside of the United States. With so many people in our society, it is obvious that the values in our family structure has changed. What made me look at our society closer, was merely from observing other countries. Such as, in different countries in … Continue reading Fatherless CEO’s |How Broken Families Affect Our Job Opportunities
I remember as a teenager, my mother would say, "It's a dog eat dog world out there." She would say this when I got old enough to start making goals for my adult life. I don't think that advice was to scare me but to inform me that life isn't easy. As children we are … Continue reading What? You Thank God for That? (Recognizing Blessings In Disguise)