Dr. Eveangel Savage reviews “Gratefully Growing” by Nkechi Ajaeroh

“Gratefully Growing” authored by Nkechi Ajaeroh takes the reader on a journey with a positive school of thought about life. Her compelling stories teach the reader how to see the glass half full instead of half empty no matter the pivotal points in life that shape us all. As a research writer and reviewer, I must admit, Ajaeroh’s work is the epitome of writing excellence.

A process of Association…

Ajaeroh’s writings reminded me of milestones in my life where I could see the relevant application of positive thought as a mom, leader, instructor, wife, and business owner. All of these milestones influenced my growth. For example, the Bible says, “God knows the Continue reading

Girls Trip in New Orleans



Back together again… Jada Pinkett Smith & Queen Latifah in, Girls Tripfilmed in City New Orleans .”

Did you know “Girls Trip” was filmed in New Orleans (NOLA)? Yes, NOLA. NOLA is supercalifragilistic!!!!! Nola is a home away from home for three generations of Savage ladies, home to the Essence Fest, and a girls trip to the stars. It is my REGAL escape if only for some shuga (lol) from my baby girl. Continue reading

Why are you letting your graduate work collect dust?

Have you considered the thousands of dollars and long intense hours it took you to achieve your professional credentials?  After receiving my Ph.D., I realized the only way to shift the paradigm I had to own my stage.  I was super tired of the long hours; a culture that did not fit who I had Continue reading

Resolve conflict in a positive way…



After 30 years in the workforce and working for major corporations and healthcare we must talk about culture.  There is the culture in workforce and culture in entrepreneurship.  It is vital for you not to get derailed by cultures and resolve conflict in an important way

 

Create and maintain a bond even when there is an adversary.  People are people full of emotions and ways of doing things and they do not know they are being used.  So, how do you maintain the bond–model the behavior that you expect from others.   Continue reading