celebrities

Celebrities and other motivational icons who made it to the top, from real actors, athletes and authors who used to be just like you.

  • Maelisha Kahlbaum
    Published about a month ago
    Wear Your Pride

    Wear Your Pride

    “It is my truth and I look damn fine walking in it” says Chyler Leigh in this amazing article that she wrote in honor of Pride month. Chyler is an actress and the Co-Creator of Create Change along with her husband Nathan West. I can’t express how much I respect and admire Chyler for all her work at Create Change to help many communities in the world. The article is packed with emotion and truth from her past and present experiences with topics such as, Labels, Mental Health, Body Image, and her personal and professional growth within the LGBTQ+ community.
  • Briana Jenkins
    Published 2 months ago
    Great Men in the Spotlight

    Great Men in the Spotlight

    Matthew Gray Gubler
  • Jason James
    Published 2 months ago
    TONY HARRIS—FORMER MCDONALD’S ALL-AMERICAN, UT-VOL ALL-AMERICAN, AND NBA DEVELOPMENTAL LEAGUE PLAYER

    TONY HARRIS—FORMER MCDONALD’S ALL-AMERICAN, UT-VOL ALL-AMERICAN, AND NBA DEVELOPMENTAL LEAGUE PLAYER

    Tony Harris former McDonald All-American, UT Vol All-American and NBA developmental league player is now the voice of truth and a real advocate for athletes & consumers
  • Jason James
    Published 2 months ago
    Joshua Bert Gabie

    Joshua Bert Gabie

    The entrepreneurial journey of Joshua Bert Gabie has had its ups and downs. As a child he was always fascinated with making money. Even though he was shy, when he opened up, people often laughed at his antiques and jokes. It was a playful time. Being so driven and bold at a young age his mom always reminded him everything happens at the right time, you have to be patient. As a child he was involved in Acting, Modeling, Boxing, Karate, Bmx racing, Played Bass Guitar, Basketball, Video games, Watched WWE.
  • M. W. Lemongello
    Published 2 months ago
    "Varying Degrees of Lemongello Perspective"

    "Varying Degrees of Lemongello Perspective"

    "Varying Degrees of Lemongello Perspective
  • Dalila Abdelkhalek
    Published 3 months ago
    How Donald Trump helped me overcome my performance anxiety

    How Donald Trump helped me overcome my performance anxiety

    For years I struggled with academical performance anxiety. I’m not talking about feeling nervous before a test or the occasional doubt one might have about their own capabilities. I’m talking about skipping class because I’m worried I’ll get a question I won’t be able to answer, sleeping over 14 hours a day just to avoid thinking and then crying for hours because I feel stuck in a position I’m not qualified for.
  • Gracie Norton
    Published 3 months ago
    I TRIED 5 MORNING ROUTINES OF SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE
  • CJ
    Published 3 months ago
    Little Love, Little Nuts

    Little Love, Little Nuts

    This photo brings me pride and joy. Finally!!! I couldn't take the light lust anymore and decided to try comedy. It was an open mic night at the Boston Soul Cafe on March 14th of this year.
  • Luis Cabrera
    Published 3 months ago
    Woman of Strength
  • Nialah
    Published 3 months ago
    AUGUSTA SAVAGE.

    AUGUSTA SAVAGE.

    A prime creative of the Harlem Renaissance, a flourisher of the black body, an advocate for the people, an inspiration to me; Augusta Savage.
  • Antonia Paquin
    Published 3 months ago
    Arundhati Roy, Love in Action

    Arundhati Roy, Love in Action

    I am deeply inspired by writer and activist Arundhati Roy. She seems to hold one of the keys to actually changing the world, the power to get to the heart of political issues and to the heart of our collective humanness at the same time. She writes about politics, environmental justice, Indigenous rights, nationalism, and social movements, while acknowledging the nuances and intricacies of our human experience, as emotional beings.
  • Amanda Van Kessel
    Published 3 months ago
    Suspend Disbelief

    Suspend Disbelief

    Suspend disbelief, always.