Daily Dose

#CrisisProvesCharacter: Did the crisis make you a myth buster (DAY 11/30) Historically, as it relates to fatherhood, men have left to fend for himself and that is evident by the lack of financial, housing, or medical-related resources not available on the Federal, state,

#CrisisProvesCharacter: Has crisis made you complacent? (DAY 10/30) To my entrepreneurial mind, I initially looked at the COVID-19 pandemic stay-at-home orders as a blessing to start a new venture…” working remotely with full-time employment, with my family, and I could be in my

#CrisisProvesCharacter: Has your crisis created an opportunity? (DAY 9/30) Going through physical therapy not only challenges your body to relearn its normal functions but trying to recall your daily activities to your doctor and therapist presents their own set of challenges. I have

#CrisisProvesCharacter: Can crisis redirect your purpose? (DAY 8/30) Last week, I had the opportunity to meet this brother from Atlanta. I didn’t know what to expect from the conversation, I just knew that God was ordering my steps. I’m pretty sure what he

#CrisisProvesCharacter: Is crisis bringing the best out of you? (DAY 7/30) Some see crisis and seek shelter while others…as eloquently put by Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, “the ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and

#CrisisProvesCharacter: Is crisis your saving grace? (DAY 6/30) A testament of Chicago grind, I’m honored to know this brother and fortunate to have seen him in action up close. The son of pimp and prostitute, Exavier Pope, now father, husband, lawyer, media personality, and

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