Monthly Archives: October 2009

Post Production

Whew!  Does anyone have suggestions for how to power through post production? I’d like us to finish as strong as we began.   

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The Price of Passivity and Fear

Passivity and fear are very, very expensive. Continue reading

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Guest Post – Dr. Maulana Karenga

Again, this is a question of how Black people, especially young Black males, live and die in America—i.e.,
devalued and without the appropriate context to grow up in care and security, to develop in dignity, to live and learn in peace, and to imagine and work for a future worthy of respect and support. Continue reading

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Thank you, Suze Orman

One thing that Suze drilled was to stop treating myself like I am on sale. Continue reading

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Are You Relevant?

While you and I have time, we’d better ask if we’re relevant, if our work is relevant, if our contribution is relevant. Before we find ourselves made redundant. Continue reading

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WTH? Noisy neighbors and collective living

I am so over collective living. Continue reading

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Guest Post –

You see I believe that far too many African Americans lack a thorough understanding of how white racism has sophisticatedly evolved and how it now detrimentally still affects their lives. Continue reading

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