I am a women with a desire to write. I am scared to tell you who i am with my voice. But writing it always helps me look powerful.
Feeding The Fear
During this global pandemic I realized a few things. One of them being, how the human race handles stress under pressure and how we treat one another. One can argue that we have the power and right to act accordingly as we live in a society that is constantly telling us that they always know best.. but in the grand scheme of things...do we even know what's best for ourselves? Like many people during these times, I had the opportunity to bunker down with myself for a solid four months. What I came to understand is how I still did not know much about who I was nor was I trying. What I learned is that at a later age, I inherited most of my parents' bad habits and picked up a few along the way. I guess I was waiting for some sort of divine intervention and began praying to God for some handouts, just when I felt I was slipping into a world of chaos.
Uber and the Fight for Fair Pay
During recent months, companies like Uber and Lyft are becoming more and more observed when it comes to the safety and overall well-being of their drivers. As a new resident of Las Vegas, I can say that I have taken both ride share companies. During my time here, I was able to get well aquatinted with the local drivers and what this city has to offer.
SOS: How to Create Your Best Idea
How I find inspiration is simple... I stopped thinking like corporate America and thought more like an artist. Thinking like an artist can help out in almost any scenario you need. For example when executing a plan like an artist you may want to think more outside the box and for those afraid to do so... I think your entry is wide open to continue to exit... but before you’re about to leave let me ask you one thing, if everything is going fine and nothing has changed do you think that things can get better? If the answer is yes then your more than welcome to kick up your legs and sip on something strong for this.
I Love You, My Dear Career
Finding your career path should be the same as dating. Like we've come so far to improve the love department that we are able narrow down what we want in our potential life partner. Finding someone right for you isn't easy—like how they play it in the movies. Of course it's very simple to absorb what you see on TV and implement it to your real life. I guess you can say this is where we always go wrong. We observe what appears to be healthy and loving on the outside that we forget that movies have an end and the characters are portrayed by actors and second the couples we encounter in our everyday life are not going home with us every night. (I swear this ties in about career related things.)