I know a very talented young lady with a vivid imagination for details and storytelling. As far back as I can remember she’s either wanted to act or write books. She’s even taken a class or two in acting and wrote a couple of short and entertaining novels.
Unfortunately, she has yet to grow into her full potential in these areas because most of her time is focused on partying, watching television, scrolling her social media, finding Mr. Right, and working her 9-to-5.
I hold no judgement against this girl because I spent a lot of my youth being that girl too. Continue reading
By: Elayseah Woodard-Hinton
Robert Kiyosaki’s “Rich Dad Poor Dad: What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!” Was one of the first books that introduced me to a “freedom based lifestyle” before this became a coined phrase. Continue reading
This week’s READ OF THE WEEK:
“I Wasn’t Strong Like This When I Started Out: True Stories of Becoming a Nurse” By: Lee Gutkind.
This was the pick of the week because of my recent interview with U.S. Army Veteran, Valeri Kyle, who is currently attending Nursing School. Continue reading
By Elayseah Woodard-Hinton
I genuinely get excited when I see a fellow Veteran take their vision and turn it into reality.
A few weeks ago I did a podcast interview with Isiah Fowler, a U.S. Air Force Veteran turned entrepreneur who speaks passionately about living a life of purpose and success.
Isiah has since launched his website, which is filled with inspiring content, AND he just wrote his first free E-Book called “The 4 Organic Principles of Success.” Continue reading