Try This to Find Your Writer’s Voice

Lot’s of beginning writers and content producers often struggle to find the voice that is right for them. Developing a voice in writing can mean the difference between choppy incomprehensible prose and content that transcends. Writers find that voice in many different ways, often through trial and error. One way that will help you “find…

We Will Remember In Deeds

On days like this, always allude to our higher selves by going out to volunteer a few hours or getting together friends to help a Habitat for Humanity Project.  These are all admirable gestures, but by far we as professionals need to invest more.  Especially where it is really needed in our communities and cities. …

Part 4 : The African Entrepreneur

The economics of business and social policy always happen to creep into my mind whenever I visit a new place.  It was no different in Ghana. I had a great opportunity to talk with everyday folks to find out their take on government, politics, money and business. Most Ghanaians I met, seemed fairly settled on the…

Part 2: Pieces of an Unfinished Diary

While I was in Accra, I attempted to write my thoughts in a diary.  Collecting pieces and impressions just moments or hours after the interaction helped me to capture them in more vivid terms than even a recollection from today.  So, I’ve pieced together little pieces of my Diary–those events I can share! “Ghana is…

Five Reasons Why You’re Awesome

Your ability to do good directly influences the volume of good in our world, making it possible for you to be absolutely awesome every single day.