2016 has been a roller coaster of a year. As I sit here preparing my last presentations and talks for 2016, I am also tying up loose ends from various projects. I always find myself reflecting at this time of year. I am in awe for all the good that has transpired this year, and am overwhelmed with sadness and disappointment from other events that have taken place in our country and in our world. I wanted to take this time to give you a quick update, let you know what is coming, and to thank you for joining me on A Sista’s Journey.
This will most likely be my last post of 2016. If WordPress sends me one of those “End of Year” wrap-ups, I’ll share any interesting information by amending this post.
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The holiday season is among us and the halls are all decked!
We are continuing our Professionalism mini-series. Why you ask? I’m convinced that we have somehow loss our understanding of common courtesies. These courtesies or personal etiquettes are reflections of ourselves. Most importantly, they reveal our willingness to honor and respect other people.
Our Professionalism 101 course was about the importance of making reservations.
Today, we will focus our attention on two short—yet important—words, “Thank You.”
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The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Self-Discovery
Why I picked up this book:
My dear friend and prayer partner recently mentioned the Enneagram to me, and I was intrigued. Then I received a copy of this book in the mail so I jumped right in.
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