motivation

via BlackDoctor: Some days, all you can do is think of excuses to skip a workout, even when you know all the reasons why you should workout. Try as you might, you can’t be perfect every day of your life! The next time you start to excuse yourself out of a workout, come back to […]

    Happiness. Zappos believes in delivering it. Coke wants you to open it. Countless books try to help you achieve it. Research demonstrates that you are more productive with it. And yet the truth is that so few people feel it, especially at work. Why? Is it because leaders don’t create “happy” workplaces? Is […]

via EEWMagazine: Whether or not you make formal New Year’s resolutions, you should be resolved to do some things differently in the New Year. No matter how great or poorly things went in 2017, we all have room for improvement. If you want to experience joy and fulfillment, maximize your potential, and impact the world […]

via GetUpMornings: Wha is your first response when you receive good or bad news? Erica Campbellduring her Ericaism speaks on how we handle things when we receive news. She mentioned that sometimes when people receive good news the first thing they say is “stop playing,” which is like having doubt. Sometimes when we receive bad news we are […]

via EEWMagazine: Depression. It’s one of the most taboo subjects in the Christian community, yet with depression affecting more than 19 million Americans each year, 12 million of them being women (According to Mental Health America), I am willing to bet that at least half of them are filling the pews of churches everywhere. You […]

via: praisephilly: We live in a day where social media, the internet, and the simple task of going to and from school or work can all provide exposure to a plethora of issues and life circumstances. It can be easy to gravitate towards what is deemed popular even if it harvests pejorative behavior. With so […]

via getuperica: In this edition of the Ericaism, Erica Campbell talks about being petty. She says that the word “petty” is a French word, which literally means “small thought.” Meaning: being small-minded and immature. For some reason, popular culture has taken the word and taken ownership of it in a positive light, when it really is more of […]

via EEWMagazine: What qualifies a person to be your friend—your real, genuine friend, and not just an acquaintance? A friend is someone who knows you inside and out; they’ll stick with you through your ugly days, and celebrate with you during the good times! They love you, even if at times you may offend them, […]

via EEW Magazine: Kierra Sheard, who comes from a long line of powerful gospel singers, is best known for her Stellar Award-winning vocals. But the 30-year-old daughter of Karen Clark Sheard of the multiple GRAMMY® award-winning Clark Sisters, is quickly becoming known for her transparency online through her blog, Instagram updates, and YouTube videos. Recently, […]

Rev. Run posted an inspirational message on Instagram: source: BCNN1.com

By definition, a distraction is something that turns your attention away from something else, and agitates your mind, and emotions. All the latest news on Donald Trump, investigations into Russian ties, who and what is racist, and Twitter hashtag-driven outrage, are all distractions. A distraction from what, you ask? A distraction from God and your […]

Here are 8 scriptures to keep you motivated when things don’t seem to be coming into fruition: #1 – Luke 1:37- (KJV) “For with God nothing shall be impossible.” When we are challenged by the task we have been divinely assigned to fulfill, we must look through God’s eyes and see that there is no […]