Self Love

A Year End Truth

A Year End Truth

Good People,

We made it! Here's to 2018. I don't know about you, but I felt like this year flew by. I want to thank you all for spending another year with me and the truth. While 2018 came and went like the breeze, it also brought it's fair share of lessons. We've had some great conversations -a favorite being the interview with my god-father, sportscaster and news anchor, Jimmy Myers.

Falling in Love with the Truth

Falling in Love with the Truth

How many of us can say honestly say that we truly love ourselves? As I’ve been reflecting on this year and gearing up for the next, I think about the areas of my personality that have seen immense growth and those parts which require more attention. The growth and potential of both, total up to the sum of Dr. Seku Gathers in this moment, and the work is learning to truly love and appreciate it all.

Truth: You Can Try to Run but You Can't Hide from the Truth

Truth: You Can Try to Run but You Can't Hide from the Truth

Good People, ever tried to run from the reality of a situation? Ever try to deny your calling or purpose? Ever wonder why the desire for something that seems so outrageous and impossible just won't go away? I've been there and, on occasion, still find myself in that space. One thing that's been helpful for me is to tune in to the "thing" that's nagging me - whatever it is. Whether it's a feeling of disconnect or pain or a desire for something else, I set aside time to get still and figure out what's going on.

Truth — It’s OK to Speak Up

Truth — It’s OK to Speak Up

Good People, we’ve come to you with many gems about owning the truth, forging your own path, working hard and the value of “failure.” What about my truth seekers that intellectually know all of this…you get it, it resonates and when comes time to vocalize your dreams, feelings and emotions you’re at a loss of words?

A Hard Working Truth

A Hard Working Truth

Good People, we’ve all heard it, time and time again — “success doesn’t come over night,” “there is no substitute for hard work,” “nothing worth having comes easy.” These quotes have been in existence for decades, some for centuries, and while each are different they are all driving home the same message — hard work, with consistency, equals success.