This movement got its start many years ago, as just an idea in my mind. Believe it or not, I simply created Aspire2Higher as a result of several phone conversations with a friend about our goals. I decided that I would have a philosophy that I would live by in my ambitious twenties and IContinue reading “How it started vs How it’s going: The Evolution of A2H”
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Your imagination should be the compass by which you navigate your life. Use it as a guide. Then tap into your creativity to paint what you imagine into existence!
This blog and online community is based on the title of my company, Aspire2Higher. The work of the company has been designed around a set of nouns, characteristics, traits or ,as I call them “elements of success”; the framework describes that these elements, when embodied will equip people to define and create the success theyContinue reading “Self in relation to others”
REMEMBERING OUR WHY! I write tonight in reflection, on the last evening of “BLACK AUGUST” of 2021. For those who aren’t aware, in the black community, we commemorate the historical revolutionary black resistance. More specifically, Black August is rooted in showing solidarity for incarcerated freedom fighters that we have lost. As such, we keep theContinue reading “Concluding Black August in Reflection”
I have been utilizing hip hop as a cultural marker in my work to connect with a diverse student population. Our T-shirts are meant to amplify the voices and experiences of those students.
imagine if every person had a personal VISION, and work connected to their PASSIONS that they could use as an internal compass to navigate not only the world of work but their pursuit of personally defined success. With this internal compass and personal definition of success, people would not need to look outside of themselves to navigate their careers