soulrevision:

Those who truly grasp the essence of leadership understand that leaders lead from the front, this is the only way we can set the example. 

A true leader shares the same burdens as those they lead & they will never ask you to carry out a task that they are not willing to do themselves. 

Leaders are not above their teams, they are a part of it.

soulrevision:

Those who truly grasp the essence of leadership understand that leaders lead from the front, this is the only way we can set the example.

A true leader shares the same burdens as those they lead & they will never ask you to carry out a task that they are not willing to do themselves.

Leaders are not above their teams, they are a part of it.

(via black-culture)

soulrevision:

bellahugo:

ratchetmelancholy:

White privilege is your history being taught as a core class and mine being taught as an elective. 

please let them know.

Welp

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soulrevision:

"Somewhere along the way, R&B got lost—gatekeepers have recycled sounds and not kept up, musicianship has declined,“ she says. ”I really did want to make one of the greatest R&B albums of this year, but I want to innovate as well."

Classic beauty!

(via black-culture)

writing tip #803:

gr8writingtips:

motivate yourself by only allowing yourself to break down and cry once every four pages

(via ethiopienne)

not-your-xpectations:

Perms are out.. Natural is in.

Afrocentric

Black girls loving ourselves and whichever hair we choose to have is in too. #onthelow

(via black-culture)

iwantmoreinspiration:

"B do you know how rich we are?"
"I do."

iwantmoreinspiration:

"B do you know how rich we are?"

"I do."

(via trillaryclinton)

zoeyandjasper:

Never go on adventures without your trusty sidekick. xoxo Zoey and Jasper

zoeyandjasper:

Never go on adventures without your trusty sidekick. xoxo Zoey and Jasper

(via gthegentleman)

mentalflossr:

The show’s 18 episodes featured snippets of more than 120 songs, including Joan Jett’s “Bad Reputation” in the opening credits. It set the tone for the show, but it wasn’t cheap. Clearing songs by Van Halen, KISS, and The Who—just to name a few—required a lot of paperwork and ate up much of the show’s budget . It also later delayed the DVD release. Fox removed most of the music when it picked up Freaks and Geeks re-runs to avoid paying extra fees.
20 Things You Might Not Have Known About ‘Freaks and Geeks’

mentalflossr:

The show’s 18 episodes featured snippets of more than 120 songs, including Joan Jett’s “Bad Reputation” in the opening credits. It set the tone for the show, but it wasn’t cheap. Clearing songs by Van Halen, KISS, and The Who—just to name a few—required a lot of paperwork and ate up much of the show’s budget . It also later delayed the DVD release. Fox removed most of the music when it picked up Freaks and Geeks re-runs to avoid paying extra fees.

20 Things You Might Not Have Known About ‘Freaks and Geeks’

missauset:

ANY QUESTIONS????

missauset:

ANY QUESTIONS????

(via bitchcraftandwiggatry)

sweetestesthome:

bright office space. must have.Click to check a cool blog!

sweetestesthome:

bright office space. must have.

Click to check a cool blog!

Southern African. Not like from South Africa though, more like from Kenya and Georgia.

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