You know who you are, you like who you are and you will do everything in your power to improve yourself, which results in self-fulfillment.
This week, I'm sharing Les Brown's third principle which says, "Each of us must take responsibility for our actions, our well-being and the attainment of our maximum potential."
Through the ages, great thinkers have debated the nature of men and women. Are we inherently good or evil?
Each of us can achieve far beyond our horizons and in avenues of life we have never explored.
While there's tension on one hand there's introspection and exploration on the other.
Sunday, June 8 marked the second anniversary of my new radio talk show.
If the only thing you can do is to talk about your dream, yet you never put any action toward its attainment, it isn’t going to happen!
Do we take the time to think about what we're thinking as a pattern, or do we allow our minds to wander? We must control our thinking!
In every situation, you can at least listen, you never know, there could be something you get out of being open minded.
Scripture reminds us how it's more blessed to give than to receive. And it says that when we serve Him, we will become the lender and not the borrower.
Fear is a stumbling block for millions because with it, you won't accomplish anything.
Most of us are incapable of “going it alone.” Whether it’s in our careers, in our personal relationships, or in life, we all need others if we are to achieve the level of success we desire.
In my humble opinion, without health, you cannot create anything. Health is the ultimate gift because with it, everything else is possible.
You cannot achieve anything if you don't have faith and believe. When you walk around thinking negative thoughts, it causes you to have doubts; you feel down, not lifted up and ready to get the job done at all.
My life changed 30 years ago because of a new book that I read.
In life's storms, we run for cover. This is a time to seek His face in surrendered devotion and prayer by shutting yourself off from others.
One of my favorite authors, Wayne Dyer, made this quote famous: "Change the way you look at things, the things you look at change."
We are charged to not be afraid. Fear is faith in reverse. Fear opens the door to our enemy.
Just think, all of us have dreams we wish we were able to obtain, however, most of us don't believe we can.
In his first live public interview since being released from the hospital last week, “Mayor for Life” Ward 8 Council member Marion Barry dispelled rumors that his health is failing so fast that he might not recover during my Radio One talk show last Friday.
With Valentine's Day only a few days away, I thought I would delve into this subject of relationships a bit.
Stop wasting precious time watching TV, or sitting on the couch as if these hours and minutes are spare. We can't get one minute of time back.
If God can become silent on His own Son during the time He hung on the cross; , just think of the time when He is silent in our lives as a time when He is doing His perfect work.
The national holiday to honor the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is approaching, a time when the country, and perhaps the world reflects on what it would be like if we would live in peace around the world, without regard to our race, color or creed.
Romans 8:28 says it this way: "And we know that all things work together for good, to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose."
When we change the way we look at things, the things we look at change. Change your daily habits and practice seeing the future in advance.
Are you living up to the expectations that our Heavenly Father had in mind for you?
Unconditional love is when you love someone, just because of who they are!
Know who you're dealing with, and pray and ask the Lord when you're unsure about who to trust.
Unfortunately, the meaning of Thanksgiving is often lost. However, let me remind each of you what you should do first.
How many times have we heard this scripture "Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you?"
This is a special year; one in which the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People celebrates a century of historic firsts.
Who we are today can be traced directly to our past.
You've got to outsmart the abuser in order to save your life!
According to Domestic Violence Statistics, a national nonprofit organization, domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women — more than car accidents, muggings, and rapes combined. In this column, I share yet another sad story.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
This week, I once again return to a subject that very few people like to discuss.
This is another series on "The Big Secret" — domestic violence — in which I penned a five-part installment earlier this year.
This week, America enters a new phase; we now have affordable health care, thanks to President Barack Obama!
Read, study and learn all you can so that you will know what your options are for health care for you and your family.
None of us are strong in every area. And that’s actually good. If you were good at everything, you wouldn't need the rest of the Body of Christ.
Last week, I shared with you how faith makes the difference. Though I wasn't planning to turn this topic into a series, the Lord directed my steps and inspired me to Google "Stories of Faith."
Nothing happens without absolute faith!
The 50th anniversary of the March on Washington Commemorative Committee has worked diligently to ensure that this historic anniversary march, which will take place Saturday, attracts hundreds of thousands, as it did decades ago.
Don't let another individual put you in a grave before your time.
This week, a colleague suggested the story of Mildred Muhammad, the former wife of the D.C. sniper.
Are You in an Abusive Relationship?
By special request, I've been asked to write a series of columns on the topic of domestic violence. This is a topic close to my heart, as a former victim of both verbal and physical abuse in my previous marriage of 17 years.
There are people we meet in life who enhance our lives, and we're devastated when they leave us. One of my many mentors died June 28, and it seems unreal.
This week's column revolves around my friend and sorority sister the Rev. Dr. Unnia Pettus, who penned the book, "Nobody But God: A Journey of Faith from Tears to Triumph." She's releasing her second book later this year.
For the past few years, it has been one thing after another, one endless night! But better days have finally come, praise God!