Archive for February, 2010

Tiger Woods Ordeal

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

In reference to our real men program and what we are trying to achieve, how does this fiasco with arguably the most famous worldwide sportsman fit in? At Real Men Seminars we would like to see men standing firm in their roles with high moral character and integrity. We define a real man as those who (more…)

Increase Your Net Value

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

A very simple way to increase your net value is to expand your personal universe. As one person you have limited things that you can accomplish, but if others are attached to you, your values, your aspirations, your goals, or your dreams, you have that many more pulling from the unlimited resources in the universe, (more…)

Black History Celebration

Thursday, February 11th, 2010

You might wonder, why is it necessary for us to celebrate an entire month and call it Black History Month? As an African American, remembering our Black history wouldn’t seem to be a very happy thing to do. There is a very dark shadow in our history that most would rather forget. Even the memory of such things invokes anger, despair, sadness, or even rage. (more…)

Real Change

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010

What’s it going to take to create real change in society? I can’t speak for the rest of the world, but America is a time bomb waiting to blow up. Our economy is out of whack, our people are out of whack, our entire system is out of whack, and overall… this ship is sinking deeper and deeper. What is (more…)

Diabetes and Your Health

Monday, February 8th, 2010

I just watched an episode of Oprah and was floored with what was disclosed. I was diagnosed with Type II diabetes just over two months ago, so this subject was of great interest to me. My doctor had actually told me everything that the doctors said on the show but, like too many people, I was tempted to (more…)

Who’s Steering Your Ship

Saturday, February 6th, 2010

For years I have relied upon others to make many important decisions that affected my life. When you are a child it is understandable that you would need to rely upon your parents/guardians to make such decisions regarding the operation of your life, but as you age, more of the responsibility should shift toward you. (more…)

What the American People Want

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

Perhaps you have heard this “catch phrase” spoken lately by one or more of your elected political leaders? They claim to speak for the “American People.” That would be believable or somewhat more acceptable if I felt my views or opinions were solicited, but I have never been questioned or consulted about what I (more…)