Tag: women empowerment

Holding People (And Yourself) Accountable In 3 Easy Ways

Holding people accountable might seem easy. It really is not all that easy. Even more challenging is to hold yourself in check. What Is Accountability? Being accountable is almost the same as being responsible. It is just a bit more precise in that. Not only is it a responsibility to get something in particular done … Read More

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Stop Being Tolerated: The ABC To Self Celebrate

Stop. Seems as if we keep telling you to stop doing, accepting or allowing so many things. Today’s Stop Sign was installed by a conversation with Clara Brown, one of the Directors here at Daughters of Sheba Foundation. Celebrate Good Times For almost two decades now, we have heard preachers, politicians and ordinary folk alike … Read More

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Simple Startup Ideas For The Everyday Young Person

Simple. This word is used to mean that the startup ideas highlighted today require no major investments and are ready to go. Read this really cool article by Bob Adams in Business Town. He critiqued people like us for writing about business ideas without having any business acumen. Had a good laugh at that. So … Read More

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Use That Brain Of Yours: Learn Something New!

“Use it or lose it!” Have you ever been told that? Most of us heard that, especially as you get up in age. That phrase rings in my head constantly. Every day that my eyes open, after saying “Thank you for another day,” and whatever else that needs to be said, that is my next thought. … Read More

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Bloom Where You Are Planted!

“Bloom where you are planted.” One blog on the Internet has this to say about the origins of this phrase. The Bishop of Geneva, Saint Francis de Sales (1567-1622) is credited with the quote, ‘bloom where you are planted’. Later Mary Engelbreit made the phrase popular, and countless Biblical references seem to point to various … Read More

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When Are You Going To Stop Delaying?

When are you going to make a move? Have you not waited long enough? How old do you have to be to follow where your passion is waiting to lead you? Yesterday, our latest client Alissa McLeod said in our interview with her that she did not set out to write a book. Neither did … Read More

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Things Fall Apart: The Good, The Bad, And The Awful

Later this afternoon, I will be having a conversation with our latest client, Alissa. She knows a thing or two; more like a thousand about things falling apart. She wrote a book on the topic. Well not exactly, however, for this purpose I will summarise the content as such. For the past week, this book … Read More

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Social Saturday And Soup

Social Saturday is a thing on social media, right up there with selfies. So too is soup – at least in Jamaica once upon a time. How will you spend your day? Saturday Schedule Once upon a time, my Saturday schedule centred around sleeping in, helping to clean the house and soup. The sleeping in … Read More

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