We've all had people in our lives who have made a positive impact on us. A parent or grandparent, a sibling who was there for us, or maybe even just a guy who shines shoes for a living? Whoever they are, tell us their story so they can inspire us even more.
TRUDY ANN LATOYA AMA CAMPBELL
Trudy Ann Campbell is a born Jamaican woman whose passion for great achievement is unparalleled and she has this zeal to reach for greater heights in spite of the impediments ahead of her anytime,prime time.She is a care giver,goal setter,goal giver and getter too,family oriented,highly ambitious and helps other... SUBMITTED BY JOSEPH MENSAH ADURead Story
Being there has been my goal and desire toward humanity,children,youth in the very core of catching them young in educational sector. Akwasi Mensah Joseph Adu has been a motivator, teacher, coach to countless students in Nigeria, Ghana, Sub African nations and across the globe who has touched,taught many in... SUBMITTED BY JOSEPH MENSAH ADURead Story
I LEAVE AND SURPRISINGLY RECLAIM MY CONFIDENCE
I tendered my resignation 5 days before the end of 2018. I am worried because there is no other job offer. "Is that the correct decision?"I asked myself every morning.
Tomorrow will be the 3rd weeks, and I can say it's the right decision. During these 3 weeks, I begin to brainstorm on how to replace the loss... SUBMITTED BY LIM ZE JINRead Story
My husband James has been a true blessing to me in so many ways. He has over come some hard opsticals in his life. But through all of my mistakes he has always loved me. He helped me see the light through one of the toughest times in my life. As a mother of two and forced into a hystorectomy. He forgave my... SUBMITTED BY LORI STILESRead Story
THE POWER OF EMOTIONAL GRIT
In the spring of 2016, I had my annual eye exam to get my contact prescription renewed. My eye doctor then recommended that I see a specialist, because I didn’t do as well on one of the tests for a second year in a row. The specialist in turn ran additional tests and took pictures of the backs of my eyes. In... SUBMITTED BY JENNIFER FERNJACKRead Story
SELF- CONFIDENCE SPREADS CONFIDENCE
As a high school student, I see so many different students living so many different lives. I see so much sadness from people with so much potential, and so much goodness. Overtime, I realized that a lot of this comes from a lack of self-love and self-confidence. I began watching endless ted talks about... SUBMITTED BY TIA BJORNSONRead Story
YOU CAN DO IT!
Growing up i remember my weekly "career" announcements. Anchor woman, flight attendant and teacher, among many, many othrrs.
Each week i heard " you can do that. You will be good at that".
That was my mom and dad.
Throughout life, i learned that not everyone believed in me the way my mom and dad believed in... SUBMITTED BY JULIERead Story
This is the third year Sabian Carabello has donated winter coats to Milwaukee students. More than 300 coats have been given out in the first two years of the drive, and he hopes to make the biggest impact yet this year. On Wednesday 50 new coats were dropped off at Unity Charter School. Kudos to Sabian Carabello... SUBMITTED BY SABIAN CARABELLORead Story
About a year after my mother died, a teacher questioned me about who she was. When I finally gave her enough information to identity my mother, the teacher said " Oh! You mean that *kind* woman! " I thought "what a great commentary on a person's life," and resolved to try to live so that could be said about... SUBMITTED BY JOHNNIE (SUSIE) PRATERRead Story
In a ram-shackled house, far from the village, lived a young man who was mentally impaired. He was always seen in the village, working hard to fill his old bag with discarded items and scraps of food. The children of the village sneered at him; the elderly villagers looked down on him and scolded their children... SUBMITTED BY KALIARead Story
STEPPING OUT OF COMFORT ZONE
My name is Ainne Olar,15 years old and I'm in 10th grade of High School. I was born in Philippines and I spent most of my childhood there, then we moved in Canada.
It was my first time moving to another country, so I was a very shy student for a little while back in my school in New Brunswick. New Brunswick... SUBMITTED BY AINNE OLARRead Story
During life time theirs going to be that one time in your life when you feel like telling a lie one your afraid of getting in trouble or two your embarrassed so you hide the truth so you tell a lie it's never okay to tell a lie about something even if it's not important you shouldn't lie because their is always a... SUBMITTED BY ALILIA OLIVERRead Story
I'd like to tell about my friend Hanna who passed away on Tuesday 31st of October, 2017.
I called her HH because I liked to pretend I was a serious writer and would sign all correspondence with her with "TF". But I can hardly talk about serious writers without talking about Hanna. My first proper encounter... SUBMITTED BY TORERA A. FAGBENLERead Story
ADEKUNLE FAGBENLE, ESQ.
Words can hurt, and words can heal. The power of the wordsmith cannot be understated. My Brother Kunle had a potent way with words, and not once did I hear him use them unwisely. Just when I would think I had it all figured out, he would suggest something that surpassed my logic. I am sure I became 17.5x smarter... SUBMITTED BY TORERA A. FAGBENLERead Story
I was having breakfast one morning with my four year granddaughter Charlie in our local Cracker Barrel. A sounthern older lady approached us as she was leaving. She commented on how adorable my granddaughter was. She said, she had been watching our
interaction with each other as we ate out breakfast. We had... SUBMITTED BY LEANDRA STEELERead Story