This past weekend, my fiancé and I decided to go and see the new Taraji P. Henson movie, Acrimony, and I couldn’t help but leave the movie theater feeling a little torn.
While adulthood is a wonderful thing (at times), I’m sure we all can agree that being educated on certain topics could have prevented some mistakes and even helped us achieve a higher level of success that we’re currently at in our lives.
I suggest you google the acronym above to understand what the title of this post really means.
“Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”—Confucius
“Sometimes too late is just in time.”
I think we can all agree that black television has been poppin’ as of lately.
As some of you may or may not know, a few months ago I worked for one of my idols father.
As humans, when we want something in life, we want in now! We want to be rich now, we want our problems to go away now or we want to be successful now, but nothing great happens overnight or without error.
When someone tells you that the only thing you have to do to be successful or fulfill your dreams is to break out of your comfort zone, it sounds easy, right?