James Baldwin, who wrote about civil rights, was a great source of light, shining out on the world a powerful and urgent message about people, community, and self.
It’s time to begin our mass movie-watching binge and catch up on those Academy Award nominations we’ve missed out on, especially the most empowering ones.
One of the most life altering and encouraging ways to receive inspiration is from a book. Whether it is 10 or 10,000 pages, the lessons are greatly impactful.
Elon Musk’s leadership style has evolved and has been a crucial component in his success by practicing these four leadership strategies.
Donald Glover is to thank for this revitalizing story that lends itself to individual and communal growth towards understanding creativity and what inspires us.
Babe Ruth, the legend of baseball was a man who was not afraid to face fears and break limits. He was honored for his courage and attitude. Although his mother past away when he was a teenage and his father sent him to an orphanage, Ruth never let his surroundings determine his future. "Yesterday's home runs don't win today's games."
The owner of CNN, Ted Turner didn't have an easy road by any means. He was faced with a load of adversity, from an abusive father who eventually committed suicide, being bipolar, and creating a media business in a field filled with big monopolies like CBS and FOX. Find out the inner traits that led him to prevail in a dog eat dog world.
What does it really mean to give something our best effort? Who decides what our best effort is? The truth is, only we know whether we have given our best effort.
When we shift the focus from self to others, we open up the possibility to make a real difference in the life of another, it doesn't matter what our profession is.
George Washington believes "character" is a defining characteristic of an exceptional leader and further describes and reveals the most enviable of all titles.
How is it the elusive search for happiness continues to escape the vast majority of humanity?
Words of wisdom and compassion to help you to recover and gain strength for when life really is terrible.
Martin Luther King Jr., who won the Nobel Peace Prize was an absolute advocate of change, a messenger of love, and an ambassador of human rights.
Entrepreneur and philanthropist AJ Leon talks about the danger of waiting for things to happen.
An inspired Ashton Kutcher left a remarkable message in his award speech at the Teen Choice Awards in 2013. He encouraged the young audience that opportunities are disguised in hard work and being smart is the new sexy, followed by a powerful Steve Jobs quote "everything around you that you call life was made up by people that were no smarter than you."
Matthew McConaughey gave one of the most inspirational speeches of Oscar history at the 2014 Oscar Awards. McConaughey won the prestigious award for Best Actor for starring in "Dallas Buyers Club." When accepting the award, McConaughey thanked three major things God, his family, and his hero (find out who his hero is)
A very popular and compelling commencement speech at Kenyon College on May 21, 2005 where he David Foster Wallace talked about living a compassionate life.