To find love with others, you must learn to love yourself.
Here are four simple tips you can take on in your own life to release that heaviness around people who “do you dirty” (whatever that means) and to be able to move on powerfully.
Five simple tips to strengthen your real relationships in the age of social media.
Lessons on how to be your most authentically you.
Love is love, y’all. And don’t we all need a little more love in the world?
Lessons from a remarkable reality TV performance.
I have always been a passionate and an emotional guy – I AM a Pisces after all. But I couldn’t allow myself to share my real feelings or emotions.
If you’ve been following me for any length of time, I’ve been in a conflict with my (now) former landlord. Things went south with that relationship. And not the good kind of south either #rolltide.
We all have brilliance that could blind the world. But we’re so worried about looking good and not looking bad that we hide our brilliances by forcing it.
In today’s article, I want to show you how you can begin to discover your Royal Voice.
For many years, Tiger Woods was the definition of toxic masculinity. The womanizing, the wild partying – he was the definition of toxic masculinity.
Gentlemen, we all need those guys in our lives. Those guys who you can call with issues in your life and who’d pick up the phone regardless of the hour.
Love really does come in time. Keep putting your most authentic self out there. And learn – without any hesitation or reservation – to love yourself first.
The greatest people in the world have hearts of artists. They’re not creating cookie cutter companies or halfway raising their kids.
Your friends can help you out of the deepest holes.
When I look at my life right now, I have to admit that I’ve lost my joy