You Are so Powerful

Listen as Dr. Nicole explains how to become an advocate for yourself.  Enjoy

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Making Relationships Work!

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Do Ur Life Circles

The “Do Ur Life Success Circles” are 8-week virtual coaching experiences that use proven coaching methods to promote confidential, focused, and sought after goal achievement.

Whether you’re an entrepreneur, stay-at-home mom, business executive, driven professional, careerist in transition, or creative, this coaching program is sure to stretch you beyond your limits, promote valuable aha’s, and engage a journey […]

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The Joy of Living

By Marc Little, The Prodigal Republican

I once found myself in a personal crisis.  It was one of those situations in which I exhausted all of my human resources, but nothing changed. After realizing there was nothing left for me to do, I was forced to give it all to God. I was amazed to see him work once I got out of the way. He performed miracles I could not have even thought to ask him to perform.

I often refer to this crisis as my divine “letting go” moment. It was magical. A bit of a sacrilegious term, I know, but you get the point. Letting go was a fantastic moment I began to trust and surrender. It was a relief many don’t get the chance to experience without that critical turning point, a miraculous transformation.  […]

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Joy is the Harvest After the Rain of Sorrow

By Gladys Quin

Life is filled with trials and tribulations that bring about several different types of emotions. During these trials, we may experience depression, unhappiness, or sorrow. But in the end, once we give it all to God, these trials can foster excitement, happiness, and joy.

It’s during those dark periods in our lives that we get a little lost. We tend to get caught up in negativity and allow it to steal our victory. The cloud of misery distorts our judgment and it becomes difficult to see that joy is waiting for us just around the corner.   […]

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“The Faces of Love”

By Marc Little, the Prodigal Republican

Love is schizophrenic. Love comes in so many different shapes, sizes and colors; understanding its diverse and complex nature seems almost impossible.

Love can be thoughtful and tender like Ronald Reagan’s hand-written love letters to his wife, Nancy, a decade ago. Love letter writing is a dying art. […]

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“A Mother’s Love Endures”

By Denitra Day

Love is an experience, a journey and a lesson many of us are still attempting to understand. It has it’s various forms and shows up in several different ways. Depending on our encounters with others, we form our own ideas about what it means to love and what it should look like. […]

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“Get Your Love into Shape”

By Patricia Merritt

I have found that nothing great comes to me apart from prayer, hard work and intentionality.

Those things I wanted most, I’ve prayed and worked for the hardest – my educational goals, my work goals, my weight loss goals. And as a result, I’ve developed a greater love capacity to love.

I liken my […]

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Patricia Merritt

Patricia Merritt is a consummate communications professional, a veteran journalist and an insightful writer and poet who speaks with an honest, genuine and probing voice that comes from years of hard work, diligence and a commitment to excellence.

Currently, Ms. Merritt is the Assistant to the Director of Marketing & External Affairs at Southern Illinois University […]

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“A Year to Serve”

By Marc T. Little, The Prodigal Republican

Generation Y-ers or Millennials are those born between 1977 and 1994. Often, they are referred to as the “selfish generation” and they make up approximately 25 percent of the U.S. population. Some would even say their selfishness pervades society, though like it or not they are the next generation of influencers and leaders.

Stanton Smith, author of “Decoding Generational Differences,” says with high expectation of others, “their attitudes can be characterized by a decrease in career ambition and more focus on personal pursuits.” Generation-Y kids seem to live their lives with one question in mind: “How can others serve me?” […]

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