Sumo Challenges, Sushi Bite Solutions

Picture of Koi

As I work on establishing priorities that are fluid and moving one foot in front of the other when working on critical projects I felt the need to go into detail on how I engage large projects by dividing them into reachable goals. Dana Montenegro calls it taking a sumo size challenge and dividing it…

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A Young Mentor & A Village in Kenya

AJ Leon, Raúl Colón, and Tim Washer SXSW 2013

Throughout my life I’ve had multiple life experiences that have granted me the privilege to meet some pretty remarkable people like AJ Leon. Experiences I cheering like the of meeting the  CEO of a Big 4 Accounting Firm and the opportunity to work along with a New York Times Best Selling Author.  I have many more…

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Believing in Yourself

My confidence sometimes tends to go on the overly optimistic side. In the past, people have told me that it could be perceived as being cocky. The first time someone pointed out this issue, I was in the Army Reserves and Drill Sergeant Instructor Deborah Hancock was the one who told me. I had just…

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Make it a Holiday

To many people holidays are not voyages of discovery, but a ritual of reassurance. – Phillip Adams *|FNAME|*, if you celebrate today as a holiday then Happy Mother’s Day. If not, then make sure to enjoy your Sunday as much as I will. To a certain extent I like the concept of Mother’s Day. What I…

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Mistakes Will Happen

Actors on the street doing improv.

“As long as the world is turning and spinning, we’re gonna be dizzy and we’re gonna make mistakes.” — Mel Brooks Recovering from mistakes is something I wish I could get better at, but over time I feel I have gotten better at it. Last week while I was testing out a WordPress Plug-in called…

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