Don’t be discouraged by your critics. Just because they can’t visualize you achieving success, doesn’t mean it won’t happen for you. Put your brave face on and prove them wrong!
Here’s how it works: Take a photo of yourself or your child doing what you love to do. It could be playing sports, posing on the job or just being funny. Submit your photo before February 5th by clicking here. Share your entry and tell your friends to vote! The photo with the most votes [Read More]
This year marks the first time women can compete in the ski jumping event at the 2014 Winter Olympics. After a long fight, women skiers will finally be able to show off their skills on the slopes alongside the men. I am incredibly excited to see this event. If you’re not familiar with women’s ski [Read More]
Hard work is definitely a big factor in success, but I think this quote highlights something even more important. Opportunity. Being able to recognize good opportunities when they land can be difficult for anyone. If you set goals and know what you want, separating the great opportunities from the mediocre becomes easy.
Love this quote but it raises the question of what do we do with our weaknesses? Ignore them? Weaknesses can be developed or compensated for by putting the right team members in place around you. Your strengths are what you – and only you – do best. The more you focus on and develop your [Read More]
Leah Sykes is on a mission. This 16 year old junior homeschooler from Jacksonville, Florida recently competed for the title of Miss America’s Outstanding Teen and calls her platform “Seeing Beyond Disabilities”. Her mission is working to give those with mental and physical disabilities the same opportunities as those without disabilities. One of Leah’s main goals is [Read More]
My mother, Thelma Barklow, was a pioneer woman who was born in a sod dugout in the Oklahoma prairie in 1911. After her father was killed by a horse, she traveled with her mother and younger brother and sister to her grandfather’s in Texas and back by covered wagon. She was the first in her family [Read More]