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The perfect emotional and spiritual pick-me-up, Deciding to Soar offers advice, encouragement, and straight talk for even the busiest people. Author and life coach SharRon Jamison packs knowledge and honesty into tightly-compact thoughts that will stick with you, each added with further commentary, that will usher you towards a fruitful, uncompromised life that focuses on your happiness and growth, while also honoring God and the relationships that are important to you.
You are courageous! Yes, you are! But if you are facing major decisions in your life, you may not feel as courageous as you really are. How do
So often we downgrade our skills and we belittle our potential because we perceive others as having greater authority or seniority than we have. Just for the record: Title and
Being pretty does not always mean that you are attractive. Attractive means that you are a magnet for change, growth and abundance. Are you attractive? I know you look good
Vision! What do you see for your life? That question is not always easy to answer, especially for some women. It's difficult to answer because, throughout our
I am so FRUSTRATED! How about you? Do you sometimes feel stifled, suffocated and stripped of your life’s meaning? Sometimes I do. feel pressed in, pressed down and
I have learned that I have power. That was a hard lesson for any girl—especially a black girl—to learn, especially one raised in late 1960s and 1970s. It was extremely
Do you live in a box? Do you follow outdated rules that don’t align with your heart? Do you participate in activities that you don’t enjoy just to make
I hate being judged! I also hate when I judge others. Every time I judge somebody it lets me know that I have my own internal work to do because
**I was so honored to be interviewed by Cathy Krafve. Business woman, author, speaker, blogger, minister, and a Friend Maker. Of course, that last one reveals my personal title for SharRon
When I was a young girl, my mother would say, "look at me when I am talking to you." On some level, she knew that grabbing my attention was difficult.
https://youtu.be/kEv1SsuLFjY Our relationships with our mothers affect how we lead, love and live. They also affect how we engage and embrace other women. When you are able to see your
The other day one of my friends mentioned that one of her mentors plagiarized her work. She stole her ideas and changed a few variables and presented the entire project