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Attitude, Reflections, Sharing Art

I honestly couldn’t say this any better myself. DITTO.
Sometimes the things we hold back because of what people will think is ultimately the most selfish thing we could ever do. You owe it to the world to voice your unique perspective. Every time we fear rejection and decide to hold back, we completely block the possibility of blessing another person’s life. Don’t be selfish… take the chance. Bless a life.
Yes, you.

Inspirational Perspective

Since 1986, when Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.‘s birthday was made a federal holiday many of us remember and celebrate his life.

Dr. King has always been a virtual mentor and hero of mine, so I use this time of the year to learn more about his life, his work and his dream.

This past week while reading “Why We Can’t Wait“, a book Dr. King wrote in 1963, I began thinking about his birthday.

Dr. King was born, January 15, 1929.
I did some quick math and realized, that if he had not been killed, he would have been 84 years of age this year.

My initial thoughts about his age took me to a very creative place.
I began to imagine what else Dr. King might have been able to change or influence if his life had been extended.
I began to wonder…

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About Keila Harris

An MBA graduate with an unparalleled ability to keep a team focused on the goal with clear deliverables to produce for specific results. I am a self-starter. I began a nonprofit organization in 2012 called the DBMH Project, Inc. and then authored a book as well. I love the intersection of business and technology and solving problems alongside colleagues dedicated to their work. I like to focus on growth strategies through SMART goals and accountability. I believe power is in the execution of constant learning and open, humble self-improvement. Therefore I read incessantly and expand my network at every opportunity. #PayItForward #SuccessIsTheJourney


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