February 10, 2016 Recently I had the honor and privilege to serve as the keynote speaker for Northern Michigan University’s Dr. Martin Luther King annual program. When I was booked for this engagement by the college administrator I immediately became ecstatic. I was excited because this was going to be my opportunity to tell the […]
Keep it Moving!
I was watching television earlier today and heard the phrase “sometimes you just have to keep it moving”! This struck me as rather profound because so many people want to achieve great things in life, but they’re afraid to “keep it moving”.
One of the best attributes of highly successful people is their ability to “keep it moving” after they’ve failed at something. Your partnerships and relationships should be predicated on mutual growth. This simply means that somehow, someway both parties should benefit from the relationship.
So in your life you want to connect with people that are like escalators by always “keeping it moving” and looking to grow and become a better person. No matter who you are or what you have, this principle applies to you!
Nobody wants to stand behind a parked car. If the cars and people you’ve been following are parked, move over into the express lane and “keep it moving”!
Declare that in 2013 your life will not be stagnant this year. Share your thoughts and revelations below to dialogue with others on “keep it moving”.
January 9, 2013 After relaxing a lot and spending valuable time with family over the holidays, thousands of college students have just returned back to campus this week. While the refreshing break was needed, oftentimes it can be difficult for students to get back into the swing of things with their campus activities. As you […]
I just finished reading an article about stress that was published by USA Today. I learned that a total of 2,020 adults 18 and older completed online surveys that gauged their stress levels. This study was conducted for the American Psychological Association to determine America’s stress level. One of the most shocking findings to me […]