Plan Your Work and Work Your Plan

I’ve heard successful people say they live by their calendar. If it’s not there, it’s not done. This is the perfect time to get a plan down, develop systems, implement rules and set boundaries. A plan that allows you to take stock on past actions and get clear about what you want moving forward. IContinue reading “Plan Your Work and Work Your Plan”

Day 4 of Kwanzaa

Ujamaa is the day to focus on cooperative economics. It’s a fact that the black community spends $1.2 trillion annually and 2.6 million Blacks own businesses. The principle encourages the importance of spending within the community. Money spent in the community stays in the community and can be used to improve the community. An economicContinue reading “Day 4 of Kwanzaa”

Day 3 of Kwanzaa

Ujima is collective work and responsibility. I sometimes feel like this should have been ‘ubuntu’ instead. Basically, I’m not competing against anyone cause if you win so do I. There is a saying that if you are the smartest in the room, you are in the wrong room. It sounds good but I could neverContinue reading “Day 3 of Kwanzaa”