The Black Woman: Depressed to Empowered
Depression is particularly common among Black Women. Black Women are supposed to carry their ‘Superwoman masks’ all the time. Admitting you’re depressed is considered weakness. So oftentimes you feel confused, asking yourself ‘Am I just feeling blue or do I really have a serious problem, am I depressed?’
You’ll find answers about depression in this section of my blog. You’ll find solutions to overcoming depression and other self-defeating behaviors in sections, such as self-esteem, motivation, hope, and spirit. If you need consulting on a more personal level, contact me and schedule an empowerment session.
GOAL: 5 Tips for Productive Brainstorming
Tell me and I’ll forget, show me and I may remember, involve me and I’ll understand. ~ Chinese Proverb
One of the most challenging, yet fun, parts of project management is starting the process itself—with team members to define their tasks and assigning responsibilities to those with relevant skills. Continue reading
GOAL: Discovering Your Inner Manager
As a career manager, I’m often asked what skills are needed for successful project management. My answer? Your confidence in pulling off successful projects—every time. That’s how you build a solid reputation, too. Continue reading
GOAL: A Manager Who Problem Solves & Doesn’t Give Up!
Who and what constitute a working definition of project management? YOU!
That’s right. Project management is a guided process that depends on a person taking charge, who is ultimately responsible for the program’s final outcomes. Continue reading
GOAL: How to apply the essentials of project management to enrich your life
Do you notice how you mirror your work activities to every day living?
It’s an undeniable statement of fact that our lives are systemically
intertwined in everything we undertake—whichever way we cut it. Continue reading