June 2016 archive

Quit Living In FEAR?

How many times have you foregone doing something because you were scared? Scared of what could potentially happen, scared of who you could potentially become! Take a short moment to think how your current situation could have been so much different had you just took that leap of faith and jumped! Did you know that fear is one of many emotions that prevents us from living in our purpose. It is the unknown that holds people back from taking risk both in business and in finances. Ask yourself this question…Are you operating in a emotional state of fear? If so, QUIT LIVING IN FEAR!!!

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Are you terrified of success?

Success can be absolutely terrifying, especially when you don’t know what lies ahead. When owning a business it can be challenge to continuously elevate your company to a level of success. Challenges come about constantly pushing us into the realm of fear. Fear of failure, fear of the lack of finances to complete a project, fear of not knowing how to do something in particular. FEAR, FEAR, FEAR! Did you know that once you have made up your mind that you are going to operate in fear than things often times don’t work out as expected. Shift your mind to think SUCCESS! There must be a paradigm shift in your thought process. Embrace SUCCESS and all of the challenges that come with it! There will be times where you want to throw in the towel embrace those moments as well. Without bad comes no good so embrace the journey and keep pushing towards your business and finance goals and achievements.

How to Overcome the Fear of Success

Quit Living In FEAR!

Do not allow fear to control your thought process and decision making. Simply evaluate the business opportunity at hand assess all variables, determine if it is worth the risk and then take that leap of faith.

10 Signs Fear Is Running Your Life (and How to Get Back on Track)

Until we meet again beautiful KINGS and QUEENS

KJ

Why Chris Rock was perfect to host The Oscars

 

 

 

Chris Rock in Black Hollywood, The Oscars and Diversity

Chris Rock as the host of The Oscars, tackling #OscarsSoWhite boycott and lack of diversity

Now I know this late according to some people but I’m the type of writer where I can’t write until I have some real to reflect on and have content to back it up.
At the 88th 2016 Academy Awards, Chris Rock hosts The Oscars , (in my opinion) dove right in and found a eloquent and comedic way of addressing the boycott JadaPS(started by Jada Pinkett Smith, in defense of the lack of diversity in award nominees and categories aka the neglect of her actor husband, Will Smith), the lack of diversity in Hollywood and references to hashtag #OscarsSoWhite. Rock was able to get people out of their comfort zones and pay more attention by showing up and hosting the show even though some of his actor comrades would have preferred he not take the job. I mean, can’t you make more if s difference being in the room than not even in the game to start.
Now that I’ve said all of that, my subconscious reminded that Chris Rock had already addressed diversity in filmthe issue of diversity and calling out the African American community a few years back in a HBO special, The Black List. His piece was one of my favorite because it not only make me want to stand up and take accountability for my own legacy but gave me the permission to fail at something but still get back up on my feet and keep going. Jada (as much as I love you), should’ve watched this because it may have been one of his best but you forgot you and your family are in position where if someone said you sucked, you’d still be okay. You are also in a position of power to create your own Black Academy Award Show (if you are ready, solicit my services for branding concepts and marketing).

Take a look at the clip and be reminded to get up and go to work for what you want, get in the room and let’s get to the point where we create our own opportunities and leverage our resources…you will still be awesome if you sucked!!

Leave your comments! Do you think that Chris Rock made the right choice to host?