Divine Colors: Being Black in a Shaded, Modern World

One American saying that I like a lot is, “I am sick and tired of being sick and tired!” Whilst I may not use this statement often, I have found myself saying that a lot lately, and I’d like to share a couple of things that make me feel sick and tired. But upon second thought, I realize that this is never a good way to start a conversation or establish a friendship. Instead, I will take you on quick trip to Ghana, to my father’s tribal homeland Oguaa, or Cape Coast, located on the southern part of the country.I [...]

By |2022-06-10T00:42:40+00:00April 28, 2021|Thoughts|Comments Off on Divine Colors: Being Black in a Shaded, Modern World

Eight Steps To Living An Empowered, Joyful Life in 2019

My elders from the Akan tribe of Ghana teach that: “Ka na ka bio yenkyi,” which means that repetition is not taboo! I  have chosen to share last year's message about joyful living again because a lot of us have been through insurmountable challenges this year—in our personal lives, politically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. By grace, we are still here on this planet, and the repetition will allow us to refine or perfect our approach to living joyfully. It is that time of year when we reflect on what we have accomplished so far in life and what we wish it to [...]

By |2022-06-10T01:05:43+00:00December 12, 2018|Women's Empowerment Coaching|Comments Off on Eight Steps To Living An Empowered, Joyful Life in 2019
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