10 Phrases to Avoid at Work | Leverage Ambition

We have all been there. Stuttering during presentations, getting mixed up with words, and not being able to clearly express yourself verbally are all ways to lose respect at work. Photo by Skylar Kang on Pexels.com Here are 10 phrases to avoid at work to be taken more seriously. Uhh, Umm, like. If you need … Continue reading 10 Phrases to Avoid at Work | Leverage Ambition

5 Reasons Women Leaders Deserve More R-E-S-P-E-C-T | Leverage Ambition

1. Women leadership provides companies with higher returns. It is no surprise that bigger well known publishers like the Washington Post, CNBC, and The World Economic Forum have shown how female leadership on the top lends more profits. How could that be? Joanne Lipman, a former first female editor of the Wall Street Journal notes … Continue reading 5 Reasons Women Leaders Deserve More R-E-S-P-E-C-T | Leverage Ambition

9 Lessons Learned After 9 Years of Marriage

Have Sex Often Having sex in a marriage shows you care for the others needs and brings you closer together. Communicate Obsessively Make sure your significant other knows how you are feeling in all aspects of life. If you are tired, sick, restless, happy, sad, or all of the above, it is good to openly … Continue reading 9 Lessons Learned After 9 Years of Marriage

10 Ways to Have a Long Lasting Marriage

Starting this off by saying no man is perfect. We all have our flaws. We all make mistakes. When we commit to marriage we commit to being one. Marriage is a union arranged by God. The Bible says let no man break it. Matthew 19:4-6 notes in regards to married folks that they are no … Continue reading 10 Ways to Have a Long Lasting Marriage

People Are Not Pawns

If you don't know, now you know. Here are some iron clad quotes about respecting others. Maybe I am different than most, but I do not see people in my life as part of a game. Loyalty fosters radness. We are not pawns in the game of chess called life so we should not, only … Continue reading People Are Not Pawns

Honor Thy Customer, Honor Thyself

We've heard it all before, 'I'm not happy.' When clients are upset, it puts your business at risk. This statement is the first indicator that a client is getting ready to leave and test drive another. But there is hope. And it comes down to your maleable production line, and staying nimble with product engineers … Continue reading Honor Thy Customer, Honor Thyself

Michelle Obama Wins This Week

Winner, winner, chicken dinner. Here's an excerpt of what she posted this week on Instagram: You get used to it, even as a little girl- opening the newspaper, turning on the tv, and hardly ever seeing anybody that looks like you. You train yourself to not get your hopes up. And sometimes it's a battle … Continue reading Michelle Obama Wins This Week

Know Your Master

Anything we see, hear, breathe, and interact with on a base level has the power to influence us. Our growth happens inside our mom's belly, and then with your parents, your family, your peers and your community. As we are indoctrinated into the school system we are taught about our masters outside of our family … Continue reading Know Your Master

6 Signs It’s Time To Say Sayonara to Your Job

How do you know when it's time to quit your job? Everyone has a bad days, but when bad days become bad weeks then months, it's time to find something new. Bosses and employees always deserve second chances, but if there are repeat offenders it's probably time to call it quits. Are you being treated … Continue reading 6 Signs It’s Time To Say Sayonara to Your Job