Today’s Featured Blog is: The Power To Shift! — Dream Big, Dream Often


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Permission Seeking – Getting Direction – Making a Difference — Leadership Freak


You’ve been asking permission since you started talking. Can I have a cookie? Can I go outside? Can I watch TV? Now that we’re all big girls and boys, we need to give ourselves permission to make things better. 3 reasons we’re permission seekers: We’re afraid of overstepping. Respect keeps you in your place. What […]

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via This Is What Love Feels Like When It’s With The Right Person — Thought Catalog


Matthew KaneIt’s not all rose petals and kisses that make your foot pop. It’s not all hallelujah choruses and adoring gazes that never end. It’s not at all like society has told us what real love looks like. It’s so much better than that. Because the ‘fairytale’ of love is not real. It’s just a…

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via I’m Not A Bitch Just Because I Like The Way I Look — Thought Catalog


Twenty20 / @kirillvasilevcom If I’m being completely upfront, most of the time I consider myself attractive. Maybe hot in a specific way. In a muted way. In my way. I don’t have big boobs and my hair isn’t blonde. My skin is freckled and far, faaaar from perfect. I’m not sure I even know how…

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via You Cannot Let Your Defeat Define You — Thought Catalog


Erik LucateroYou’re going to fail. No matter how hard you try to be perfect. No matter how much you study and all the effort you put in. No matter your attempts to make everything fall according to plan, and despite the meticulous, step-by-step path you create for yourself, sometimes you’re going to slip. Sometimes you’re…

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via #MondayMotivation: 10 Life Lessons We Can Learn From Maya Angelou — Kim Knight_ The Author


Marguerite Annie Johnson or Maya Angelou was born on the 4th of April 1928 in St. Louis Missouri. She was a poet, memoirist, author, actress, dancer and civil rights activist. Maya’s work includes seven autobiographies, three books of essays, multiple poetry books, movies, plays and TV shows. Her autobiography I Know Why The Caged Bird…

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Beautifully You


Every man/woman/boy/girl deserves to be able to feel beautiful. Beautifully You wants to give woman with mobility challenges the chance to feel beautiful. My friend came up with an idea to help each person with a mobility challenge experience the gratification by designing salon shampoo/salon chair that would be accessible to everyone.

DREAMS Foundation


D.R.E.A.M.S. is an non profit organization that was originally founded by my friend, Shaudell Brooks, to unify students with and without disabilities. Her goal was to inform and raise awareness to the community of our university about disability rights and issues. By doing this she was able to make the college experience more enjoyable and successful for all. It was such a success there, she thought it would be wonderful to make it official and expand and serve different communities across the gulf coast.

via Tracy Morgan explains how he’s living life to the fullest after his scary 2014 bus crash — Rare


Tracy Morgan can cross one thing off his bucket list: the Kentucky Derby. The 48-year-old comedian attended the annual Barnstable Brown Derby Eve Gala on Friday night and intends to go to the derby Saturday. “The horses — they’re great athletes. I wanted to see one before I die,” he said at the gala. “I want to…

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via To the Good People — BayArt


Here’s to the good people of the world: The ones who share what they have with others. The safe men and women who treat people with respect, honoring their boundaries. The man who saw me struggling with my garbage can and took it to the curb for me. My neighbors up the street who have……

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