Today’s message is simple: Live your life so well that when your Soul leaves to move on, there’s nothing left but your body! Leave no stone unturned! Utilize all of the gifts you were blessed with! This is how I choose to live the rest of my life! You only get one life. Live it to the full. Choose to #IGNITEyourLife! 🔥
There are so many more empowerment power points to come and the long-awaited book below based on my speaking platform shall come out right on time for your life!
Thanks so much for your patience as the lessons I’ve learned to date in love, life and business are the wonderful reasons for the book’s delayed release!
In the meantime, feel free to set your one-on-one with me to experience your breakthrough success and shift your mindset to one that takes action instead of letting life pass you by! Click this link to takeaction NOW!
So many people have lost so many people. There’s no getting around that fact. I’m here to let you know that you are not alone. I’m here to share with you that your healing is not linear —so don’t expect yourself to not have a moment to cry, to not have a moment to break down, or to not have a moment to get yourself back together again. It’s OK. Conversely, it’s equally OK to not be OK. Without a doubt these are trying times.
On February 1, 1960, four freshmen from North Carolina A&T State University walked downtown and “sat-in” at the whites-only lunch counter at Woolworth’s. They did not leave until it closed that day.
Who were they? Four Black college (NCA&TSU) freshmen, Joseph McNeil, Franklin McCain, Ezell Blair Jr. and David Richmond, sat down at a “whites-only” Woolworth’s lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina, and politely asked for service.
The rest, is OURstory!
Also, on this day in history…
Feb. 1, 1865 – The 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which abolished slavery, was adopted by the 38th Congress.
Feb. 1, 1902 – Langston Hughes, a famous poet, was born this day in Joplin, Mo.
Feb. 1, 1926 – What is now known as Black History Month was first celebrated on this date as Negro History Week by Carter G. Woodson. It became a month long celebration in 1976.
I had the honor of meeting the A&T Four, also known as the Greensboro Four, and did a documentary about them with Dr. Styles for PBS during my Sophomore year in Aggieland. It was a great experience!🔥
A special thank you to our allies who are also a part of OURstory! We appreciate you!
News outlets everywhere continue to report the transition of Hollywood Queen Cicely Tyson. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family, friends and all lives she touched. Enjoy our photos collected from across the Internet—capturing the essence of her majesty!
Her autobiography is already a
National Best Seller!
What’s your greatest memory of her? Feel free to comment and share below!