I created this website to help the upcoming youth learn and improve their lives by sharing my life experiences, stories, and research! I want to spread positivity to help others with mental health, especially during hardships. I have had great results from manifestation and positive affirmations, and I hope you, too, can benefit from these practices.
Kaizen is a Japanese term meaning “change for the better” or “continuous improvement.” I continue to grow every day and live by this principle. My goal with this site is to make a difference and to have an impact on the lives of others by sharing experiences, stories, research, and by creating an environment for others to keep each other accountable for sharing our gratitude and affirmations. Check out and join the Gratitude Forum Page on this site. For the past 2021 years, some things have been better said by others. Click Here to watch a video that can better explain the reason WHY I aspire to make a difference. I want to take a moment to look back at all of the beautiful things life has provided me with to share my life’s experiences, stories, and research with the world.
I can be a nerd about things, but this is where the magic happens. I tend to ask a lot of questions. I had to build the courage to ask questions. I’ve learned that it is not always about asking the questions but also about asking the right questions! So I set out to search for topics and ideas that have improved my experiences, my family, and my community. I want to share those experiences, trials, and errors with you!
I am currently a Community Resource Navigator helping my community by providing them with resources. I enjoy it, and I have a passion for helping others. I feel like I become alive and awakened by how others are moved by what I can provide and do for them.
I was a coach and personal trainer for five years. I’ve coached at the high school and middle school levels. I’ve been told I explain things to people very well. Some of my favorite years of coaching were at the youth YMCA at the 2nd-grade level. Kids at that age look up to adults like they are super hero’s. Click Here to view one college basketball article of mine where I had nine rebounds and five points to help boost my team to an overtime win. I went on to play basketball in a city league where we won serval championships and I developed great relationships and close bonds with guys I’ve played with both in college and in the city league, some of these relationships I still cherish and hold close to this day.
I learn best by seeing or doing. I hope others can find this site useful and inspiring. I want to build a community here on this platform and share our gratitude and spread positive affirmations with others. A goal for this platform is to provide the youth and those in or out of hardships with a platform that they can go to for direction, resources, and knowledge on real-life topics. I’m not here to say what is right or wrong. I am here to share my stories, research, and my experience with you so you can learn from what I have to share.
What others say about me
My team members have told me I am a born leader. Some have said they can see that I genuinely enjoy seeing others succeed. Others would say I am courageous, upbeat, creative, an innovator, an entrepreneur, independent, and a great listener. Click Here to see some of my efforts.
I write these articles for anyone who wants to listen, the youth, fathers, and mothers, and those who want to learn from my mistakes or my research. I will be discussing emotions and feelings in later blogs, so if that scares you, then peace out. Writing is one way I can express myself. Artwork is another. I will be including these as I have a vision and would like to share it with the world. I hope everyone who reads this enjoys it and can take something away from what I have to say.
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One of my favorite places to volunteer is at toys for tots. Watching the kids get excited knowing that they had toys coming to them for Christmas ignites the fire within me. My parents worked hard, and I can remember the good and the lousy holidays. Not every holiday was celebrated or acknowledged at my house. I accepted all my life experiences and took my losses, and treated these moments as a learning moment. By taking my losses as learning moments, I will say this has helped improve my mental health. I learned to change and adapt. I’ve learned to be honest, even if I know the consequences and repercussions of my actions. I am still learning every day, teaching myself new and exciting recipes, learning how to care for my kids physically and mentally. I am still learning to cope and to accept the things I cannot change in life. I have learned to apply the Kaizen principle to my life, and I have seen myself grow into a man. Not just any man but a Father.
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