Don't Become A Pro-Victim!

Sometimes, there are painfully experiences which loom in the background from our childhood that we have taken into our present and inevitably, the future. Those experiences, hurts, and pains have inevitably become apart of our subconscious, guiding us to behave and believe a certain way. Most times, our former experiences will dictate the type of people that we attract, help, or avoid. But what happens when those former experiences are the constant underlining of why you are a pro-victim? Failing to deal with your issues will cause a huge delay or complete elimination of discernment that you need to remain protected. Trust me. I know. I've been there. Betrayal is the hardest thing to heal fr

COLLABORATION: The Recipe for Success

Do you know someone who is a "I can do this by myself. I don't need help" kind of person? I do. And those type of people are racking their brains trying to meet deadlines, wearing a multitude of hats that are impossible to create proficiency or complete understanding. As a solo business owner, I know the power of collaboration. As a young, newly admitted lawyer, I needed help. I was like a fish out of water. Law school didn't teach me how to run a business and I literally had no idea where to start in terms of setting fees, setting up engagement agreements and more. I asked for help and received it. Since then, I've created valuable relationships with other lawyers and call on them frequentl

Finding Your Purpose

Often, we traverse through life by checking the boxes we think give meaning to our lives. For example, go to college – check; get that job – check; play on that team – check. But what was the purpose behind it? Did you consult with your inner self and ponder what your purpose is in this world? What do I love to do? What am I passionate about? Probably not because most of us get caught up in the hamster wheel of life making others happy instead of creating the track record we want and can be proud of for ourselves. Many people are lost because they have not discovered their purpose. Many people are lost because they are also afraid to live in their purpose. Don’t let that be you. You will con

On Your Mark. Get Set. Go.

In my last post, I spoke to you about the Dreamer. One thing you and I know for sure, is that we will work very hard to realize our dreams. As you grow, mature, and start preparing for the next phase of your life, you have to "get on your mark... get set... and go." You begin the race to the finish line. But the largest problem most of us have is that we've never realized what our finish line would be. Basically, what that looks like. We've worked so hard to make our dreams come true and have somewhat branded ourselves as work-a-holics for the simple pleasure of success, but can't even draw a picture of the finish line beyond our simple dreaming conceptions. Wouldn't it all be in vein withou

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