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Black History Event at the United States Embassy Jamaica

U.S. Embassy Kingston is pleased continue its commitment to science diplomacy and celebrate Black History Month by welcoming Dr. Mae Jemison to Jamaica! Seats for this event are extremely limited - if interested, send an email to KingstonFacebook@state.gov with:  1) Your name as it appears on your government-issued identification 2) Your phone number  3) Your email address
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The U.S. Embassy Kingston in celebration of Black History Month is hosting Dr. Mae Jemison in Jamaica! She is a NASA astronaut, she actually went into orbit aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavor in 1992 and more relevant to Black History month – she was the first African-American female ever admitted into the astronaut training program. Continue reading Black History Event at the United States Embassy Jamaica

Smart People Read Smart Blogs – Be Smart!

Why You Should Read More Blogs (Plus! How to Find the Best Ones)

Most of the people I know treat the internet like a toy. Like the owner of a 2013 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta – the “fastest, most powerful road car” Ferrari has ever built – who never takes it on the highway.

Preview of the 2013-Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, an amazing machine! The fastest, most powerful road car ever created by Ferrari. It (like the internet) deserves to be driven, taken to its full capacity - not left to languish in a garage. | Photo by Motor Trend Magazine

Don’t do that. There is so much more to the internet than Facebook, your local newspaper, Twitter, the a few other usual suspects. The internet presents one of the greatest opportunities for you to broaden your mind, your reach, your influence. The internet can make you rich. You just need to learn to use it. Continue reading Smart People Read Smart Blogs – Be Smart!

Could This Resource Boost Your Appreciation for Prayer?

[dropcap style=”1″ size=”3″]A[/dropcap]fter my mom screamed, “Remember to say your prayers” I would jump over in my bed and repeat my little formula before sleeping.

Photo by babasteve

 “Dear Jesus, thank you for today, thank you for letting me live to see today, for keep me safe throughout the night…bless mommy and daddy, and my brothers and sister. Amen.”

As I grew older and the childhood formula grew dull, I found that whenever I tried to pray my mind would wander wildly, or I’d be so bored I’d fall asleep or I just didn’t know what to say. Continue reading Could This Resource Boost Your Appreciation for Prayer?

VIDEO: Employers Share Their Top Interview Mistakes

I recently share with you After the Top 8 Job Interview Blunders (Plus 3 Ways to Win)! If you have an interview coming up anytime soon – I suggest you read it. You may also want to watch this very brief clip.

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My TOP 6 Plans for the next 6 Months!

Yes, you may find my plans weird. I am fine with that. You may even find a few of them silly. I'm fine with that as well. I know that my family and friends find "weird" many of the things I find "meaningful." Often times when I share my aspirations with friends the only response I get (in addition to some raise eyebrows) is – “why?” 

I, however, am excited and shameless about my life! I mean, cymbals clashing, draw-all-attention-to-my-own-wierdness kind of shamelssnes. Continue reading My TOP 6 Plans for the next 6 Months!