Have you ever taken the time to think about all of the necessary endings in your life that have encouraged you to grow? Growth can be scary, but the alternative…
Let’s face it.Social media has changed our world. For. Ever. Still, there are a few activities that we need to make sure we take along with us in the future, regardless of what other progressions we make. One of those is networking. Read the blog to find a few suggestions about how to encourage networking at an early age.
As Black History Month comes to a close, I have to admit I’m hopeful about the future, especially with leaders like Yara Shahidi sharing the importance of the vote, and I’m grateful for the young leaders I know who are doing what they can. As mentors and parents, we can learn a lot from the way Yara was raised to influence the young people in our lives. After all, she didn’t get into Harvard, based on her acting skills, as great as they are. How are you encouraging others to influence the world? Let’s look at a few steps we can use today.
It’s Black History Month, one of my favorite months of the year, and this year I'm thinking about those who are changing the course of history in front of our eyes! Have you heard of Marley? The founder of the #1000BlackGirlBooks Movement, youngest person to be named on the Forbes 30 Under 30 List, newest editor for Elle with an ezine of her own? We can learn a lot from Marley, so let's talk a few tips that you can use with your own daughter or mentee which I've learned from watching this young leader from afar!
Tweens and teens have a variety of mentors available to them in teachers, coaches, youth leaders, and older siblings, but in order to maximize those relationships and make the most out of them, you have to help them monitor the relationships! Let's talk about 3 myths that may keep your daughter from maximizing her relationship with her mentor.