In addition to today, June 19, 2022, being Father’s Day, it is also Juneteenth. It is now and has always been one of my favorite days to celebrate. For those who don’t know, Juneteenth or June 19th is the day in 1865 when enslaved people in Texas learned they were free as decreed by the Emancipation Proclamation.
Can we please, I implore you, stop talking about or commenting on people’s weight? I am not a tiny chick. I have never been. Like most women (and men), I have struggled with my weight. The struggle is real, whether it was getting rounder at my grandmother’s house during summer vacations or dropping several sizes... Continue Reading →
In one of our sessions, a coaching client shared how she wanted to expand her career to include contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion in her organization. She is a young woman, a mother of two, and a shining star in her company. The focus on racial disparities and the need for social justice in 2020, especially... Continue Reading →