Rise above the gaslight

An oldie but a goodie. Here is the early start of my journey.

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The Double Edge Sword of Society

The Conformity Behind Stereotyping and Discrimination One of the thing that I mention in my book “The Journey of an Unraveled Road” is that we all become someone’s stereotype, if we haven’t already been a stereotype to someone. Ironically enough the reality is that it is more frequent than we want to admit too. Although…

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Grimm Realism of our Distorted Optimism

An oldie but a goodie on how risk perception and the perceptions of yourselves potential lead us to being part of the problem.

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What We Do Wrong In Change

We all get discouraged in change. However I feel that we never get told the key points we need to be aware of when we attempt change. Where the “progress is progress” can’t be seen, here are some pointers to get you prepared not only for universal positive change, but for your NY resolutions that are around the corner.

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The Self Doubt of Self Preservation

Let’s be real we all have self preserved in one way or another but what are we self preserving. The perception of what we want people to perceive us as? Or the person we really are? Check out this classic from me early blogging days.

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I Am Loyal, Brave, and True

The Disservice We Do To There is no doubt that I borrowed this blog post from Christina Aguilera’s song “Loyal, Brave, and True” and for good reason. Before l get into the post let me just vent about society for a bit. Why do we live in a society of bandwagoning and use individual’s personal…

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It’s Not Always About Reaching the Finish Line

Life isn’t always about crossing the finishing line. It’s only normal for us to fall in the presence of failure. In our society, we use shaming in the presence of failure to make those feel about our short coming. Truth is when you shake it off and jump gracefully from the fall, you get something more valuable to acknowledgement. You get the power of change if you see the silver lining of failure. On the next fall, you may just shake it off and be like….Superstar.

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The Power of Accountability

Accountability is the one thing we all struggle to face. With gaslighting as an enabler, it’s not hard to see why. However, there is a power when you take accountability. It empowers a person to become a better version of themselves. Here are some ways to become a true leaders and the top 10 leaders in the world who were successful in showing this. Who knows, you may have a future Martin Luther King Jr. in your presence and you don”t even know it.

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The Beauty of Imperfection

Entitlement is shown in everything we do in life. Whether it be trying to get ahead in traffic, cutting in a line or even showing an action to someone in the act of degrading all the shows is that we feel more important than the ones that are around us. Entitlement is shown in everything…

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The Grimm Wonderland of Social Norms

Holding myself accountable for the things I did helped me forgive myself. Holding accountable for the actions that resulted to effect from their cause eliminated. Setting boundaries with both my expectations with adding that I also expect those to hold me accountable and as long as open communication that was both safe for all involved…

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