42 posts tagged motivation
Music Motivation- Luke James “Make Love to Me”
This is one sexy ass song. I’ve truly been under a rock. Why didn’t I know who this man is? This song and “I Want You” made my back arch. Owww!
Motivation Monday. I’m just trying to live! #life #growth #motivation #wisdom #quotes
Musical Motivation- Tamar Braxton “Love and War”
I know this song came out a few months ago but I can’t get it out of my head. Its for a good reason though, I love it. I rarely listen to the radio these days because I don’t like the quality of music being produced, even by some of the biggest stars. This song reminds me of a real old school R&B song. You relate to it when you hear it. You want to play it. It evokes a certain emotion, takes you somewhere. That’s what music is suppose to do. Not to mention she, her, Tamar did that on the vocals. She sounds amazing.
When I do fall in love I’ll really blast it. Way to go Tamar.
Musical Motivation- Solange Knowles “Losing You”
This girl clearly walks to the beat of her own drum and it works for her. She is a prime example of what being true to yourself can lead to. The beat is ridiculous and the tone and feel is unlike anything we’ve heard before. Much needed right now, because I’m too bored with the music that’s out there. Check out her True album, its everything.
Can’t leave without mentioning the colorful fashions. Only Solange can rock a orange suit with pumps. Love the curly always. xo
Life on The Corner- Oprah Covers Forbes 400 30th Anniversary Issue
Oprah often says that her life’s work is to be a teacher and to give. Whether its knowledge, a car, a house, or a college education the media powerhouse has been giving for decades. I’ve read that great givers are great getters, I guess we can understand how she’s attained such great wealth. She not only has a great bank account but a great spirit.
The photo for the cover was taken at the Forbes 400 Summit on Philanthropy, “a chance for the world’s most successful people to use their resources and the mindset that built that success to try to solve the world’s most intractable problems.”
Oprah was one of the 12 greatest living philanthropists in the world. They are: Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, Melinda French-Gates, Pete Peterson, Leon Black, Jon Bon Jovi, Marc Benioff, David Rubenstein, Steve Case, Laura Arrillaga-Andressen and Marc Andressen. They all equal $126 billion all in one place with one goal, to change the world.
I can’t wait until the world philanthropist follows my name.