You Don't Need Confidence in Yourself to Achieve Goals

Sunday, November 1, 2020

Confidence is a subject that I've addressed before on our blog and during my live sessions in The Dream Builders Lounge. However, since I still get so many questions from clients about how they can achieve their goals while feeling scared and unsure of themselves; I thought it appropriate for me to address confidence again but from a different perspective. This perspective doesn't require you to have faith or confidence in yourself; because sometimes that's nearly impossible if you've given up on your goals in the past or if you've gone through a series of traumatic events in your life. This perspective will help you get started so that you can build up confidence in yourself as you go.

I Had to Cuss Myself Out...

Wednesday, September 30, 2020


Talk yourself into motivation.

This weeks Speak Your Truth is a testament to how hard it is to be the one who says yes. I'm talking about that Then said I, Here [am] I: send me (Isaiah 6:8 MNV), kind of YES.


Sunday, September 6, 2020


Increase your earning potential by expanding your mental capital. Here are my book recommendations for achieving your goals, figuring out your purpose, and getting a deeper relationship with God.

Any guess as to the most efficient way to increase your earning potential...expand your mental capital. We live in a time where information is freely given. Successful entrepreneurs, psychologists, and life coaches have detailed the blueprint to their success within the pages of their latest book; yet Americans between he ages 20-34 spend on average less than 7 minutes a day reading. 

107 Things Women Should Stop Doing If They Want Success

Friday, September 4, 2020

Here is my list of 107 things women should stop doing if they want to reach their full potential. You may be doing a few of these right now.

Self-sabotage - Let me count the many ways that we can block ourselves from accomplishing the goals we've set in our lives. The crazy thing about self-sabotage is that it doesn't have to be anything big. It can be just a limiting belief here or a few days of procrastination there, and before you know it your months off from the deadline you've given yourself.

Check Your Heart Before You Type

Sunday, August 30, 2020
Rampant social media bullying makes me wonder, do people check their heart before they open their mouth. Or, maybe these people's heart is really just wicked and they don't care who they hurt with their words.

After learning about the passing of Chadwick Boseman and then the cyberbullying prior to his death I was sick to my stomach. To be honest I had no idea he had lost weight or that he was battling cancer. And, where others may have known Boseman had lost weight from pictures, they had no idea of his struggles. I keep my exposure to social media at a minimum for this very reason. 

25 "What" Questions For Self-Discovery

Monday, August 24, 2020

Ask yourself these "why" questions to discover who you really are.

From the moment we're born we are told who we are; our parents, extended family members, and society all begin to shape who they want us to be. No wonder depression is most common among 18-25 year-olds, which is a key time in our lives where we try to discover our own identity.